Boss Man

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Survivor Series (1998) - Event - Quarter Finals
... Big Boss Man came to the ring as Shamrock moved from a chin lock into his ankle lock ... Rock dynamically swung around Shamrock's body to secure a DDT attempt and as Boss Man distracted the referee, punched Shamrock in the crotch ... Boss Man tried to interfere again, slyly throwing a night stick to Shamrock as the referee was distracted ...
St. Valentine's Day Massacre: In Your House - Event
... The second match began with Big Boss Man gaining an advantage by delivering a low blow to Mideon ... a chair but hit it against the ring post after which Mideon countered by biting Boss Man's fingers ... Inside the ring Boss Man dominated Mideon, throwing him round and jumping on him, using the ropes to choke him and jump on him ...
Survivor Series (1999) - Event - Preliminary Matches
... The next match was a Handicap Survivor Series match pitting Big Boss Man, Prince Albert, Mideon, and Viscera against The Big Show ... Due to The Big Show having eliminated all of Big Boss Man's teammates within a minute, Boss Man chose not to wrestle The Big Show and left the ring and ... As a result, The Big Show won the match and ran after Boss Man to the backstage ...
Royal Rumble (1989) - Event
... This made Roberts the first man to participate in two Royal Rumble events ... The Honky Tonk Man entered at #11 ... One half of The Twin Towers, The Big Boss Man entered at #22 ...
Survivor Series (1988) - Results - Survivor Series Elimination Matches
... Four Leglock 1229 6A Brutus Beefcake None Count Out 1544 6B Honky Tonk Man None Count Out 7 ... Ron Bass Ultimate Warrior Pinfall after Double Axe Handle 8 ... Greg Valentine Ultimate Warrior ... Ware Big Boss Man Pinfall after a Boss Man Slam 4 ... Hercules Ted DiBiase Pinfall with a Schoolboy after distraction by Virgil 5 ... Ted DiBiase Randy Savage Pinfall with a ...

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