Davey Boy Smith
British professional wrestler
Davey Boy Smith
David "Davey Boy" Smith was a British professional wrestler, also known as (The) British Bulldog, who was born in Golborne in North West England, United Kingdom. Smith is known for his appearances with Stampede Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
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William “Bill” Goslinga
Hometown Source - almost 5 years
Funeral services for William Goslinga, age 55, were Sunday, May 13 at the Christian Reformed Church of Pease, in Pease, Minn., with Rev. Dave Smit officiating. William "Bill" Goslinga William Goslinga was born on May 21,1956 in Princeton, Minnesota, the youngest child of Ted and Angeline (Brinks) Goslinga. Bill graduated from Milaca High School in 1975. He farmed on the home place until his father’s death in 1984. Bill was united in marriage to Kay Jaworski on July 5, 1984 in Estes Park, Colorado. They made their home in Milaca, Minnesota until 1987, when they moved to the farm where Bill was born and raised, and where his heart always remained. Bill worked in construction to make a living but farming was his life, and a good life it was, raising his family on a farm with pigs and cows, ducks and geese, goats and chickens, and always a faithful dog. He loved people, and was grateful for old friends and new. Bill was a loving husband and father, and his family was everything to ...
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New WWE Tag Team Debuting?, News On British Bulldog's Daughter
Wrestling News Source - almost 5 years
Rumors are abound that since NXT talent Titus O'Neil and Darren Young have been moved to WWE's SmackDown brand as a tag team, a new team from Florida Championship Wrestling may make their debut on this week's edition of WWE NXT. Georgia Smith, the daughter of the late British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith, has written an article recently for Fighting Spirit Magazine which spotlights her father. The magazine will be released soon for those interested in reading the article.
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Sex For Optimal Health
Personal Liberty Digest - almost 5 years
Many folks misunderstand the health benefits of sex. Intimate sexual experiences lie at the very center of health and happiness. I have discovered that sexual energy fuels my creative abilities. If you can shake off repressive beliefs about sex, you can access its powerful physical and emotional health benefits. Sex And Social Rules What did your parents teach you about sex? What is society teaching you now? Certainly, it is a gift for us to enjoy. I believe the best circumstances for sex are in a loving, committed relationship. In this case we call it “making love.” However, depending on your age and your own social rules of “rightness” or “wrongness” about sex in our society, I’ll bet you have some discomfort or hidden fears about sex or perhaps even condemn others for their proclivities. Also, I think it is rather humorous that my local church leaders have created the role of “anti-pornography expert.” The more we fight anything the more we empower it. Although I do not promot ...
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Cageside Fave Five: If God doesn't save the queen, these British wrestlers can
Cageside Seats - almost 5 years
Sometimes I wish I was born in England. For one, I'd have a dope accent American girls would go goo goo gaga over and for two, my obsession with footy wouldn't seem strange. England also has a rich tradition in professional wrestling dating all the way back to the 19th century. Since then, they've produced a ton of excellent talent but none have held a world title in WWE, the pinnacle of the industry. What follows is a list of my favorite wrestlers from across the pond, from current day to the past. Think you can guess who made the list? If you know anything about me, you should be able to guess who sits in the number one spot. Full list after the jump. Honorable mention: Layla Why? Because she's insanely gorgeous, what's why. 5. Wade Barrett The newest addition to the list, Wade Barrett is the latest British hope for an English world champion. Having debuted in WWE with the first season of NXT, he looked ready to storm the main event thanks to the Nexus ...
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Estimated Deaths Attributable to Social Factors in the United States - Medscape
Google News - over 5 years
Thomas AJ, Eberly LE, Davey Smith G, Neaton JD. ZIP-code-based versus tract-based income measures as long-term risk-adjusted mortality predictors. Am J Epidemiol. 2006;164(6):586–590. Turra CM, Goldman N. Socioeconomic differences in mortality among US
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醫二三事/墓碑密碼 - 聯合新聞網
Google News - over 5 years
英國布里斯托大學(University of Bristol)社會流行病學教授達偉─史密斯(George Davey-Smith)就是這樣一個「好奇寶寶」。當他還在為「有錢有勢的人活得比較久,還是窮鄉僻壤的窮人活得長壽?」傷腦筋時,到一趟墓仔埔居然就給他琢磨出一篇大論文來。
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Gomes combined with Flores direct People beyond Yellows 3-1 - MMA Nation
Google News - over 5 years
by chouchouly on Aug 24, 2011 10:47 PM PDT Davey Smith isnt looking forward to the particular involved with The nike jordan Zimmermanns weather.That Miami People owner offers you was pleased with your boyfriend's right-handers return as a result of
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Cubs 3B Aramis Ramirez will be a tardy the mark considering back muscle spasms. - Baseball Nation
Google News - over 5 years
In her remain get started on, Wang gave up half dozen is, pair earned, for a number of innings with the Braves, but nonetheless , Nationals owner Davey Smith was pushed. Within the season come out with Wang was first labeled pertaining to various owns
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Google News - over 5 years
Lewis SJ, Araya R, Leary S, Davey Smith G, Ness A. Folic acid supplementation during pregnancy may protect against depression 21 months after pregnancy, an effect modified by MTHFR C677T genotype. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
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Are Cholesterol Medications Really Just A Scam? - Huffington Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Taylor F, Ward K, Moore TH, Burke M, Davey Smith G, Casas JP, Ebrahim S. "C-reactive protein concentration and the vascular benefits of statin therapy: an analysis of 20536 patients in the Heart Protection Study." Lancet. 2011 Feb 5;377(9764):469-76
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'Low Response drinking' the Biggest risk factor in Alcoholic binges - Medical Daily
Google News - over 5 years
... Matthew Hickman, John Macleod, Glyn Lewis, Luisa Zuccolo, Laura L. Miller, and George Davey-Smith of the MRC Centre for Causal Analyses in Translational Epidemiology in the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol;
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Response to alcohol, peers, expectancies, and coping all contribute to ... - EurekAlert (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... Matthew Hickman, John Macleod, Glyn Lewis, Luisa Zuccolo, Laura L. Miller, and George Davey-Smith of the MRC Centre for Causal Analyses in Translational Epidemiology in the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol;
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Ex-Wasp out to sting Crofters into action - Burton Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
He joins a coaching team that also includes former Nottingham and Sale player Tom Barlow and ex-Hinckley man Mick Davey. Smith said: “As well as joining as a coach, Nick will be pulling on a Burton shirt to add some much-needed power to the Burton pack
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Tornado stirs funds for Ringgold athletics - Chattanooga Times Free Press
Google News - almost 6 years
Nearly $2500 came from a musical benefit at the Rhythm & Brews club in Chattanooga, an event organized by former football player Davey Smith, who was coached by Akins during his tenure at Boyd-Buchanan High School. Akins has been touched by the
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Donations Pour In For Ringgold Middle and High School Athletic Program Relief Fund - WDEF News 12
Google News - almost 6 years
Add around $2200 from a benefit concert by Davey Smith and the Honkey Tonkers and the schools' atheletic fund now holds more than $97000 dollars. All the support means a lot to students. Whitney Hood, Cheerleading Coach, It's been great for our girls
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State A tennis: Corvallis piles up points - The Missoulian
Google News - almost 6 years
Lengyel and Walczynski, the latter of whom won a state title with Decker last season, later advanced to the semifinal round with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Polson's Justin Evertz and Will Davey. Smith and Allsop lost a close one in their bid for a semifinal
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WRCBtv.com | Chattanooga News, Weather & SportsBenefit and auction held to ... - WRCB-TV
Google News - almost 6 years
Local artists Davey Smith, Channing Wilson, Nathan Farrow, and Dave Kennedy performed. Big Daddy Kyle, of US 101, says it the electric cowboy was the perfect place for this benefit. "It's not odd because of the feel good spirit of Chattanooga...real
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Chattanooga's Live Music Scene – Joe The Show - The Chattanoogan
Google News - almost 6 years
Bob's Pick-O-The-Week is the tornado benefit show at Rhythm &Brews, starring Nathan Farrow, Channing Wilson, Arlo Gilliam, and Davey Smith. It's tonight. Yep, tonight, Thursday, May 12. The event proceeds go to help Ringgold High School
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Davey Boy Smith
    THIRTIES
  • 2002
    Age 39
    Smith died on May 18, 2002 after suffering a heart attack while on vacation in Invermere, British Columbia with his girlfriend, Bruce Hart's estranged wife Andrea Redding.
    More Details Hide Details An autopsy revealed that past anabolic steroid use may have played a part in his death, but no certain reason was found. It is apparent that stress, serious injuries, and the use of drugs took its toll on the wrestler. Bruce Hart claimed "Davey paid the price with steroid cocktails and human-growth hormones." Two funeral services were held, one by Andrea and the other by the Hart family. Bret Hart attended both. He is buried in his home town of Golborne. Citations Bibliography
  • 2000
    Age 37
    Andrea Redding who was his girlfriend from 2000 to his death has stated that she and Smith were planning to get married shortly before his passing.
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    In early 2000, Diana divorced Smith, with Smith being given shared custody of their children.
    More Details Hide Details At the same time, he entered a drug rehabilitation clinic at the behest and expense of Vince McMahon due to his problems with prescription painkillers and morphine since his back injury he suffered in WCW. He was released from the company shortly thereafter.
    On May 6, 2000 in London, Smith defeated Crash Holly for the Hardcore Championship.
    More Details Hide Details Holly regained the title from Smith in New Haven, Connecticut on the May 11 episode of SmackDown! Smith's last televised match with the WWF was on Sunday Night HeAT some weeks later, when he burst into Eddie Guerrero and Chyna's locker room, accusing Guerrero (who was the European Champion at the time) of not treating the belt with the respect it deserved. This led to a title match on HeAT, in which both men were disqualified. Before his death, Smith had been training with the intent of resuming his career, and had wrestled in three tag team matches with his son, Harry "D.H." Smith the previous weekend. Smith and his wife Diana had two children, Harry (born August 2, 1985) and Georgia (born September 26, 1987).
  • 1999
    Age 36
    Smith returned to the WWF in September 1999 following the death of Owen Hart in an in-ring accident.
    More Details Hide Details In keeping with the company's new "Attitude era", Smith began wrestling in jeans instead of his usual Union Flag-adorned tights and his theme music was changed from "Rule, Britannia! " to a remix of that particular theme, and later to generic rock music (complete with the sounds of a dog barking as the song began) that WWE used for most of its talent at the time. On the September 7 episode of SmackDown! in Albany, New York, Smith defeated the Big Boss Man for the WWF Hardcore Championship. Smith forfeited the title later that evening, giving the belt back to Al Snow, because Boss Man had previously (kayfabe) dog-napped Snow's dog Pepper to win the title from him, and driving him insane in the process. Smith then began pursuing the WWF Championship, eventually turning heel and beginning a feud with The Rock. Smith headlined Unforgiven as part of a six-man WWF Championship Match that was won by Triple H. On October 2, Smith returned to England as a heel at Rebellion. He lost to The Rock at No Mercy.
  • 1998
    Age 35
    He suffered another injury on September 13, 1998 at Fall Brawl during his match with Neidhart against The Dancing Fools, Disco Inferno and Alex Wright.
    More Details Hide Details While taking a bump, Smith landed awkwardly on a trapdoor that had been set in the ring to enable The Warrior to make a dramatic entrance in the night's main event. The result was a spinal infection that nearly paralyzed Smith, hospitalizing him for six months. While recuperating, Smith received a FedEx informing him that his WCW contract had been terminated.
    Smith suffered a knee injury in April 1998 that sidelined him for a month.
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  • 1997
    Age 34
    He held the title for seven months before losing the title to Shawn Michaels at One Night Only on September 20, 1997.
    More Details Hide Details Hart and Smith later joined forces with Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart, and Brian Pillman to form a new form of the Hart Foundation, a heel faction which feuded with Stone Cold Steve Austin and other American wrestlers. This created an interesting rift between American fans, where the Hart Foundation were vilified, and Canadian fans, who revered the Hart Foundation. Smith and Owen dropped the World Tag Team Titles to Austin and Michaels, and lost the final match in a tournament for the vacant Tag Team Titles to Austin and Dude Love. Smith then started a feud with Ken Shamrock for the European Title, and eventually lost the European Title to Shawn Michaels at the British Pay-per-view event One Night Only. Smith was booked in the main event to defend the belt against Michaels. However, Michaels convinced Vince McMahon that he should win, as it would create build-up not only for his impending rematch with Bret Hart, but also for a rematch against Smith at the next British pay-per-view. Smith reluctantly agreed, and fans at the event, who gave Smith an ovation, voiced their displeasure by viciously booing Michaels and littering the ring with garbage. This marks the only time Smith lost on a WWF card in the United Kingdom. After the 1997 Survivor Series which became famous for the Montreal Screwjob in which Vince McMahon screwed over Bret Hart and had him lose the WWF title to Michaels (who was also in on it) despite Hart not actually submitting when Michaels had him in a Sharpshooter, Smith, along with Bret Hart and Neidhart, left the WWF for WCW.
    In 1997, the WWF created the WWF European Championship, and Smith became the first ever holder of the title, winning a tournament which culminated in him defeating his own tag team partner, Owen Hart, in the finals.
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  • 1996
    Age 33
    In 1996, after Shawn Michaels became World Champion, Smith was put in a feud with the new champion.
    More Details Hide Details The feud was supposedly based on Smith's wife, Diana, accusing Michaels of hitting on her, which angered Smith and made him determined to take the Title from Michaels. The two main-evented the In Your House 8: Beware of Dog pay-per-view, and their match ended in a draw, leading to a rematch at the 1996 King of the Ring pay-per-view. Michaels ended up successfully defending the title. Afterwards, Smith formed a tag team with his brother-in-law, Owen Hart, and the two soon won the World Tag Team Titles from The Smokin' Gunns. The team defended their titles against teams such as Doug Furnas and Phil LaFon, Vader and Mankind, and The Legion of Doom.
    Smith entered the 1996 Royal Rumble where he made it to the final four before being eliminated by Shawn Michaels.
    More Details Hide Details At In Your House 6 he lost to Yokozuna by disqualification after Vader interfered. At WrestleMania XII he teamed with Vader and Owen Hart to defeat Yokozuna, Ahmed Johnson, and Jake "The Snake" Roberts. At In Your House 7 in April, Smith and (Owen) Hart defeated Johnson and Roberts after Smith forced Roberts to submit.
  • 1994
    Age 31
    Smith appeared at the 1994 Survivor Series in a 10-man elimination match.
    More Details Hide Details His partners were WWF Intercontinental Champion Razor Ramon, 1-2-3 Kid, and The Headshrinkers. They faced WWF World Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels and Diesel, Owen Hart, Jeff Jarrett, and Jim Neidhart. Smith was eventually counted out. After entering the Royal Rumble as the second entrant, Smith and Shawn Michaels were the final two at the end. Smith tossed Michaels over the ropes and celebrated on the second turnbuckle. However, only one of Michaels feet hit the floor and he was able to reenter the ring and eliminate Smith from behind. Soon after, Smith began teaming with Lex Luger as the Allied Powers. The team wasn't much of a success and only wrestled on two pay-per-views as a tag team. The first came at WrestleMania XI where they defeated The Blu Brothers. The second came at In Your House 2 where they lost to WWF World Tag Team Champions Owen Hart and Yokozuna in July. Afterward the team briefly began feuding with Men on a Mission. On an August episode of Monday Night Raw, the Allied Powers were supposed to face Men on a Mission but Luger (kayfabe) no-showed the match; Smith found a replacement in then-WWF champion Diesel. During the match Smith unexpectedly attacked Diesel and turned heel, helping Men on a Mission beat up Diesel and aligning himself with Jim Cornette's stable with Owen Hart and Yokozuna, who had been his adversaries just a month earlier.
    Smith returned to the WWF at SummerSlam 1994, where he immediately became involved in an ongoing family feud between Bret Hart and his brother, Owen Hart.
    More Details Hide Details Smith teamed up with Bret against Owen and Jim Neidhart in a series of tag team matches.
  • 1993
    Age 30
    In 1993, he was reportedly involved in an altercation with a man at a bar who was making advances towards his wife.
    More Details Hide Details As a result of the altercation (and the ensuing legal issues that followed), WCW released him from his contract. His final pay-per-view appearance for WCW came at the Battlebowl pay-per-view. He was teamed with Kole in the first round of the Lethal Lottery; they lost to Road Warrior Hawk and Rip Rogers. He worked for some independents in Great Britain before returning to the WWF.
    Smith had a stint with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1993, engaging in feuds with Sid Vicious and Big Van Vader, whom he challenged for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship at Slamboree 1993, and formed a mildly successful alliance with Sting.
    More Details Hide Details He was officially billed as Davey Boy Smith, as the WWF had trademarked the "British Bulldog" name, although he and announcers continued to use it as an unofficial nickname.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1992
    Age 29
    In December, at In Your House 5 from Hershey, Pennsylvania, Smith was granted a title shot against new WWF Champion Bret Hart in a rematch from their SummerSlam 1992 match.
    More Details Hide Details They had another critically acclaimed match yet Hart won this time. A notable incident from this match was that Hart bled during the match, which was controversial because WWF outlawed bleeding at the time.
    Smith again headlined the WWF's European tours at European Rampage again winning a 15-man battle royal by eliminating The Mountie in München, Germany on April 14, 1992 and defeated Irwin R. Schyster in Sheffield, England on April 19, 1992.
    More Details Hide Details In 1992, due to this newfound popularity, the WWF decided to hold its annual SummerSlam pay-per-view in Wembley Stadium in London. The show was main-evented by Smith (led to the ring by the then British, Commonwealth & European Heavyweight Boxing champion Lennox Lewis) and Bret Hart in a match for Hart's WWF Intercontinental Championship. On August 29, at SummerSlam, in front of 80,355 of his countrymen, Smith won the Intercontinental title in a match which is regarded by many wrestling experts as the finest in his career. Shortly thereafter, Smith lost the title to Shawn Michaels on the November 8 edition of Saturday Night's Main Event and was later released by the WWF. Originally, the WWF were going to have Bret Hart drop the IC title to Michaels prior to SummerSlam, but when it was decided to hold the PPV in London they decided to have Smith win the title from Hart at the PPV and later have him drop the belt to Michaels. The reason for Smith's release was that he and The Ultimate Warrior were receiving shipments of Human Growth Hormone from a pharmacy in England. The Warrior was released as well.
    After entering as the first man in the 1992 Royal Rumble, he eliminated "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, Jerry Sags, and Haku before being eliminated by Ric Flair.
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    He defeated Bret Hart for the WWF Intercontinental Championship in the main event of SummerSlam 1992 at London's original Wembley Stadium; he also has the distinction of being the inaugural WWF European Champion, and to have held the title on the sole occasion where a match for that title headlined a pay-per-view event, at One Night Only in 1997.
    More Details Hide Details Prior to finding singles success, Smith achieved stardom as one half of The British Bulldogs tag team, alongside the Dynamite Kid. Smith was born in Golborne, where he grew up with his father Sid, mother Joyce, his brother, Terrence and sisters, Joanne and Tracy. Joyce was the sister of Bill Billington, the father of Tom Billington, also known as the Dynamite Kid, who was Smith's frequent tag-team partner. Davey Boy Smith started competing on ITV's World of Sport when he was only 15, wrestling under the name Young David with his slightly older cousin Tom Billington (Dynamite Kid). He was then spotted by Bruce Hart scouting talent in the UK and traveled to Canada to wrestle for Stu Hart with his cousin. Stu Hart and Roy Wood trained Smith further in his "Dungeon" and Smith became a key wrestler in Hart's promotion, Stampede Wrestling.
  • 1991
    Age 28
    Smith was a fairly popular wrestler in the United States, but was a huge attraction to fans in the United Kingdom, due in part to the WWF becoming a ratings hit on Sky Sports, as well as the promotion touring the country holding supercards such as UK Rampage which saw Smith defeat The Warlord at the London Arena in March 1991 and the Battle Royal at the Albert Hall in which Smith won a 20-man battle royal by eliminating Typhoon on October 3, 1991.
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  • 1989
    Age 26
    On July 4, 1989, Smith, along with fellow wrestlers Chris Benoit, Ross Hart, and Jason the Terrible, was involved in a serious automobile accident.
    More Details Hide Details Smith, who was not wearing a seatbelt at the time, needed 135 stitches after slamming his head through the windshield and being thrown 25 feet onto the pavement. He recovered, and the Bulldogs continued teaming in All Japan against teams such as Joe and Dean Malenko, Kenta Kobashi and Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, and The Nasty Boys. Personal problems began to surface between Smith and Billington, and Smith later left All Japan to return to the WWF. Smith was pushed as the same character from the British Bulldogs original WWF run, but this time as a singles star under the name The British Bulldog (Smith had trademarked the name during his earlier tag team run in the WWF, thus preventing his former partner Tom Billington from using the name). Over the next two years, Smith was a mid-carder, feuding with the likes of The Warlord and Mr. Perfect.
  • 1984
    Age 21
    On 7 February 1984, a three-way, one-night tournament was held, and Dynamite Kid won the tournament by defeating Smith via count-out, and the Cobra by pinfall.
    More Details Hide Details After the tournament, Smith and Dynamite Kid formed a tag team in both New Japan and in Stampede Wrestling known as the British Bulldogs. In 1984, the Bulldogs made a shocking move by jumping to New Japan's rival, All Japan Pro Wrestling just before the start of All Japan's annual Tag Team tournament. The Bulldogs made a nice showing in the tournament, which drew the interest of the World Wrestling Federation. The Bulldogs, along with Smith's brothers-in-law Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart were brought in to World Wrestling Federation (WWF) after Vince McMahon bought out Stampede Wrestling. At first, the Bulldogs were able to tour both WWF and All Japan, but eventually McMahon gained exclusive rights to the Bulldogs. While in the WWF, the Bulldogs began a long running feud with Hart and Neidhart, who were now known as The Hart Foundation.
    While training with Hart, Smith met Stu and Helen Hart's youngest daughter Diana, whom he married in 1984.
    More Details Hide Details One of their two children, Harry, is also a professional wrestler. Smith found success as both a singles and tag competitor, holding every major title in the WWF except the WWF World Heavyweight Championship; he won titles within the promotion in three decades, from the 1980s to the 2000s. Never a world champion, Smith nevertheless headlined multiple pay-per-view events in the WWF and WCW, in which he challenged for the WWF- and WCW World Heavyweight championships.
  • 1983
    Age 20
    In 1983, Smith debuted in New Japan Pro Wrestling where he became involved in a three-way feud with Dynamite Kid and The Cobra (George Takano) over the NWA Junior Heavyweight Title.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1982
    Age 19
    During his time in Stampede, Smith began a feud with the Dynamite Kid, and on 9 July 1982, he Smith won his first title when he defeated the Dynamite Kid for the Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight title.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1962
    Born
    Born on November 27, 1962.
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