1. Bob Orton Jr currently works as a performer and co-owner of Tennessee Mountain Wrestling in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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2. Bob Orton Jr challenged Tito Santana for the AWF Championship, with AWF commissioner Jim Brunzell as the special referee for the match, but Orton lost the match after a flying forearm smash from Santana.
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5. Bob Orton Jr is best known by his time in the WWF apart from the WWF, Orton wrestled for several promotions in the United States, Japan, and other countries.
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9. Bob Orton Jr made an appearance on the November 15, 2010 episode of WWE Raw as the show went old school, with appearances from past WWE wrestlers, announcers and other on-air personalities.
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11. Bob Orton Jr participated in a non-televised dark match at the event when he turned on Barry and aligned himself with "The Empire" consisting of Matt Riviera and "Golden Boy" Greg Anthony.
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15. Bob Orton Jr was scheduled to make an appearance for a WWF show in Madison Square Garden in 1990, but that was cancelled.
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17. At WrestleMania 2, Bob Orton Jr was introduced as "Ace in Comedy and Funnyman" by guest ring announcer Joan Rivers, who misread the card.
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18. Bob Orton Jr took part in the 1985 King of the Ring tournament on July 8 he fought Paul Orndorff to a double disqualification.
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20. Bob Orton Jr would engage in a bitter feud with Jimmy Snuka through 1985 and 1986.
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23. Bob Orton Jr has wrestled for several promotions in the United States, Japan, and other countries.
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