Billy Jack Haynes
American professional wrestler
Billy Jack Haynes
William Albert Haynes, III is a retired American professional wrestler better known as Billy Jack Haynes.
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Clinical Care Options/inPractice® Adds Bill Haines As Vice President, Marketing
Yahoo News - over 4 years
RESTON, Va., July 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Clinical Care Options (CCO), a world leader in interactive medical education and clinical decision support, is pleased to announce the addition of W. William Haines to its senior management team as Vice President, Marketing. Bill will lead the company's strategic initiative to expand the reach of inPractice®, its successful clinical decision support resource, and will enhance efforts supporting the company's comprehensive continuing education programs. ...
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Patricia Rust: Relaxing in a Charming Corner Of Austria (PHOTOS)
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
My friends Wendy and Roger, who live outside of London and have more animals than the London Zoo, have a new acquisition aside from their new puppy, Poppy. It is a lantern clock from 1720 by Mark Hawkins which came from Bury St. Edmunds. It was made right where they live and here's the rub: It only has an hour hand. That's how it was designed and built. No minute hand. Turns out that minutes didn't used to matter all that much, which gives one pause. How do you get back to a world that doesn't spend its days counting seconds? Go to Austria. Delightful is the word that comes to mind. Travel Charme at Achensee and Puria Spa, on the immense and clear emerald green Lake Achensee, sits in the Tyrolian Mountains of Austria and getting there takes some doing. Once you're there, it is worth it. How about having a spa to yourself? It's worth a little extra travel to be in the cleanest air eating the freshest of foods when you know that the farmer down the road has ...
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Community calendar - Mount Airy News
Google News - over 5 years
For more information or to be a sponsor, call Billy Haynes at 409-4757 or David Culler at (214) 662-9778. • Toast and Jam will be held from 5 to 7 pm in the museum courtyard with good wine and music. Shelton Vineyards is the featured winery and Classic
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Veggie man Jay Maynard connects chefs with local, seasonal fare - Charleston City Paper
Google News - over 5 years
Maynard works with Shawn Thackeray of Thackeray Farms and Billy Haynes of Blackbird Farms, both of whom grew up together on Wadmalaw Island. Maynard sells and delivers produce from both farms to local restaurants. He also retails their products at the
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National Briefing | Northwest: Oregon: Bridge Collapses
NYTimes - over 13 years
A historic covered bridge collapsed, injuring a man and his 5-year-old twin grandsons as they walked across it, the authorities said. The man, Billy Haynes, 56, of Wimer, and the boys, Cleo and Mickey Harvey, were hurt when the bridge, built in 1892, crumpled on Sunday afternoon in Wimer, a small southern Oregon town. Sgt. Marty Clark said it was
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Billy Jack Haynes
    FIFTIES
  • 2013
    Age 59
    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."
    More Details Hide Details Haynes also seeks for the court to grant class action status for hundreds of former wrestlers and to force WWE to establish a medical trust fund to pay for wrestlers who suffer from injuries that took place in a WWE ring. Former WWE stars Vito Lograsso and Adam Mercer filed a class action lawsuit against WWE in January 2015 while being represented by the same lawyer as Haynes, Konstantine Kyros. In March 2016, the suit was dismissed by Judge Vanessa Lynne Bryant.
  • FORTIES
  • 1995
    Age 41
    He showed up next in the United States Wrestling Association in 1995 and retired in early 1996.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 37
    Soon after The Great American Bash, he was fired in July 1991, due to a pay dispute.
    More Details Hide Details At the time he was fired, he suffered a severe knee injury. After a year and a half of rehabbing, he went back to Portland, where he was a heel this time and feuded with top babyface Steve Doll.
  • 1988
    Age 34
    Haynes went back to Oregon in 1988 and wrestled in their independents, including forming his own promotion, Oregon Wrestling Federation.
    More Details Hide Details In the early 1990s he did several shows for Herb Abrams' Universal Wrestling Federation, where they built up another strongman feud between Haynes and Ken Patera. Haynes returned to the major promotions when he appeared under a mask in World Championship Wrestling as Black Blood in Kevin Sullivan's stable.
  • 1986
    Age 32
    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).
    More Details Hide Details Their feud in the WWF peaked with what was dubbed "The Battle of the Full Nelsons" at WrestleMania III, where the two men battled to a double count-out. After the bell, Hercules' manager Bobby Heenan kneed Haynes in the back while he had Hercules in a full nelson out on the floor. Haynes chased Heenan into the ring where Hercules blindsided him with his trademark chain, hitting Haynes multiple times and (Kayfabe) cutting his forehead (in reality, Haynes had bladed himself with a small razor hidden in the tapes around his wrists after the first hit. He was actually seen on camera taking the razor out of his wrist tapes while chasing Heenan around the ring). In the months to follow, the two had a series of "chain matches," where they were attached at the wrist by a foot long chain which could also be used as a weapon during the match. Haynes later teamed with fellow Oregon native Ken Patera who had returned to the WWF. Haynes saved Patera from a beating at the hands of Hercules and Harley Race after Patera's return match. The pair would later feud with Demolition after a television match where Demolition left Haynes, Patera, and Brady Boone (who played Haynes' cousin) beaten and lying in the ring.
  • 1984
    Age 30
    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.
    More Details Hide Details Due to internal conflict between Fritz Von Erich and Billy, he was written out of the organization, jobbing to Rip Oliver in a storyline where Rip bloodies and injured Billy. He rarely stayed put in any federation that he went to. During that time he face off against the debuting Shawn Michaels. He started splitting his time between Portland Wrestling and CWF and wrestled with partner Wahoo McDaniel in the National Wrestling Alliance's Jim Crockett Promotions where they feuded with Ole and Arn Anderson. He had just begun a feud with The Barbarian over who was the strongest man in the territory when he abruptly left the company after a confrontation with Jim Crockett in his office which became physical.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1953
    Born
    Born on July 10, 1953.
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