Well Dunn, also known as the Southern Rockers, was a professional wrestling tag team that competed in several promotions in the United States. The team was composed of Timothy Smith and Steve Doll, and the team name "Well Dunn" was a play on the term "well done". Accordingly, Smith wrestled as "Timothy Well" and Doll as "Steven Dunn". Smith and Doll held championships in Pacific Northwest Wrestling (PNW), the United States Wrestling Association (USWA), the World Wrestling Council (WWC), and Music City Wrestling (MCW).
They are best known, however, for competing in the World Wrestling Federation from 1993 to 1995. In the WWF, Well Dunn faced the promotion's top tag teams and were contenders for the WWF Tag Team Championship. They had a feud with The Bushwhackers that lasted for most of Well Dunn's tenure with the company. The team split up in 1995 but reunited briefly in 1998. During this reunion, Doll attacked King and the team disbanded permanently. Doll died from complications related to a blood clot in 2009.
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