12 Facts About Road Dogg


Road Dogg twice competed for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship on pay-per-view.

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Road Dogg was billed as The Roadie, an assistant to "Double J" Jeff Jarrett, a would-be country singer.

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Road Dogg wrestled on several pay-per-views and television shows, but most of his first WWF tenure was spent accompanying Jarrett and interfering in his matches.

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Road Dogg languished as an undercard singles wrestler until beginning a feud with The Honky Tonk Man.

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Road Dogg was then indefinitely suspended, and later released from his contract in January 2001, due to personal problems.

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Road Dogg was initially a heel and one of the founding members of Vince Russo's Sports Entertainment Xtreme faction.

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Road Dogg informed them that he was going to see Larry Zbyszko to have himself added to the Destination X match as their partner, effectively making it a three-man tag team.

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On January 29,2012, Road Dogg entered the Royal Rumble match as the twenty-third entrant and lasted nearly five minutes before being eliminated by Wade Barrett.

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Road Dogg was appointed as Senior Vice President of Live Events on August 22,2022, replacing Jeff Jarrett.

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Road Dogg's tenure lasted from 1987 to 1993 and he fought in Operation Desert Storm in 1991, where he was a platoon sergeant in command of thirty-three Marines.

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Road Dogg began taking painkillers during his time in D-Generation X After being suspended and then released from the WWF, he successfully underwent rehabilitation.

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Road Dogg saw his kidney specialist and had a stress test done, and had been taking medications for high blood pressure.

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