28 Facts About Bryan Clark


Bryan Emmett Clark was born on March 14,1964 and is an American retired professional wrestler.


Bryan Clark is best known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation and All Japan Pro Wrestling under the ring names The Nightstalker, Adam Bomb and Wrath and under his own name.


Bryan Clark is a former WCW World Tag Team Champion and AJPW World Tag Team Champion.


Bryan Clark appeared at live AWA house and television events, mainly in the mid-west area of The United States.


Ten days later Bryan Clark faced Sid Vicious at Clash of the Champions XIII: Thanksgiving Thunder and was defeated.


Bryan Clark then formed an alliance with The Big Cat and was scheduled to team with him against Vicious and Dan Spivey at Starrcade.


Bryan Clark would be absent from WCW until October 1991, when he made an appearance as a masked "ghoul" at Halloween Havoc.

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Bryan Clark moved to Herb Abrams' Universal Wrestling Federation, making his first appearance on June 19,1992, at a TV taping in Spartanburg, SC.


Bryan Clark had three matches, defeating Johnny Kid and Jake Steele while losing by disqualification to Death Row 3260.


Bryan Clark joined Smoky Mountain Wrestling in October 1992 and made his debut on a show in Knoxville, TN, losing to SMW Champion Brian Lee by countout.


Bryan Clark later defeated Tracy Smothers to become the promotion's second-ever "Beat The Champ" Television Champion on February 2,1993.


Bryan Clark lost the title to Tim Horner six days later.


On March 8,1993, Bryan Clark received a tryout match for the World Wrestling Federation, wrestling Reno Riggins at a WWF Superstars taping in North Charleston, South Carolina as The Nightstalker.


Bryan Clark had another tryout match the following night at a WWF Wrestling Challenge taping, defeating Ricky Nelson.


In May 1993, Bryan Clark debuted as Adam Bomb, the newest client of Johnny Polo.


Bryan Clark's team went on to lose the match, though he was the last remaining wrestler for his team before being pinned by Jannetty after a roll-up.


Bryan Clark was one of nine wrestlers who helped Yokozuna beat Undertaker during a Casket match.


At Uncensored 1997, Bryan Clark rejoined WCW as Wrath, a helmeted martial artist who, along with Mortis, battled Glacier and Ernest Miller.


The angle continued until 1998 when Bryan Clark suffered an injury.


Bryan Clark tore his ACL in a match against Jerry Flynn on April 15,1999, and spent a year recuperating.


Bryan Clark returned to the ring in April 2000, now using his real name.


Bryan Clark formed a tag team with Brian Adams known as KroniK, and both became members of the New Blood.


KroniK was sidelined when Bryan Clark needed stitches for a wound from a chair shot while Adams was hospitalized with appendicitis.


Shortly afterwards, both Adams and Bryan Clark retired due to injuries.


In February 2006, Bryan Clark had surgery on his lower back for injuries sustained during his career.

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Bryan Clark owns the Trademarks to the KroniK, Adam Bomb and Wrath gimmicks during his time in WCW, WWE and the WWF.


In July 2016, Bryan Clark was named part of a class action lawsuit filed against WWE which alleged that wrestlers incurred traumatic brain injuries during their tenure and that the company concealed the risks of injury.


In February 2020, Bryan Clark was arrested in Arizona on five felony charges relating to alleged acts between January and April 2019.