Billy Jack Haynes
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Billy Jack Haynes

Professional Wrestler
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Born Jul 10, 1953

William Albert Haynes, III is a retired American professional wrestler better known as Billy Jack Haynes.

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CHILDHOOD

1953 Birth Born on July 10, 1953.

THIRTIES

1984 30 Years Old He feuded heavily with Rip Oliver until 1984, when he had a run in Championship Wrestling from Florida and then had a brief run in World Class Championship Wrestling in 1985. … Read More
1986 33 Years Old In 1986, Haynes went to the World Wrestling Federation and feuded with Randy Savage over the Intercontinental Championship and then with Hercules Hernandez over who was stronger, more muscular, and who had a better version of the full nelson (their mutual finishing maneuver). … Read More
1988 35 Years Old Haynes went back to Oregon in 1988 and wrestled in their independents, including forming his own promotion, Oregon Wrestling Federation. … Read More
1991 38 Years Old Soon after The Great American Bash, he was fired in July 1991, due to a pay dispute. … Read More

FORTIES

1995 42 Years Old He showed up next in the United States Wrestling Association in 1995 and retired in early 1996.

LATE ADULTHOOD

2013 60 Years Old On March 16, 2013, Haynes was hospitalized because he was suffering from an aortic aneurysm, and liver and kidney issues. In October 2014, the Portland Tribune reported that Haynes filed a lawsuit in federal court against WWE, alleging "egregious mistreatment of its wrestlers for its own benefit, as well as its concealment and denial of medical research and evidence concerning traumatic brain injuries suffered by WWE wrestlers." … Read More
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