Jacques Rougeau

Born Jun 13, 1960

Jacques Rougeau Jr. is a retired French-Canadian professional wrestler best known for his appearances in the 1980s and 1990s with the World Wrestling Federation under his own name, and as The Mountie. Rougeau has held fifteen championships during his career. Among other accolades, he is a former Intercontinental Champion and three-time World Tag Team Champion in the WWF.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Jacques Rougeau.


1960 Birth Born on June 13, 1960.


1977 17 Years Old Jacques Rougeau began his career in 1977, working in Stu Hart's Calgary, Alberta based Stampede Wrestling promotion.


1985 25 Years Old In the 1980s he began wrestling in the United States, achieving success in Alabama and Tennessee, and in 1985 he and Ray were signed by the World Wrestling Federation.
1986 26 Years Old Jacques along with Raymond Rougeau made his WWF debut in February 1986 during a tour of Australia. … Read More
1987 27 Years Old Jacques and Raymond upset The Hart Foundation for the titles at the Montreal Forum on August 10, 1987 but the championship was returned three days later since the challengers won the match after using Jimmy Hart's megaphone as a weapon. … Read More


1990 30 Years Old Ray Rougeau retired in early 1990, and Jacques departed the Federation for a year before returning as The Mountie, once again a client of manager Jimmy Hart. … Read More
The Mountie made his in-ring debut in January 1991.
1992 32 Years Old 1 More Event
The Mountie's greatest achievement as a singles wrestler came when he won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship in an upset over Bret Hart on January 17, 1992. In the storyline, Hart was suffering from the flu (Hart was actually going through contract negotiations). The Mountie lost the title just two days later to Rowdy Roddy Piper at the 1992 Royal Rumble, in what was the shortest Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship reign in history for several years. … Read More
1994 34 Years Old 1 More Event
The Quebecers broke up at a house show held at the Montreal Forum on June 25, 1994. … Read More
1996 36 Years Old Beginning on September 9, 1996, Rougeau and Ouellet went on to team again as The Amazing French Canadians in World Championship Wrestling.
1997 37 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1997, Jacques joined a select few when he cleanly defeated Hollywood Hogan in a singles match at the Molson Centre in Montreal. … Read More
1998 38 Years Old In 1998, Rougeau returned to the WWF for a final run teaming once again with Pierre Ouellet in an updated version of The Quebecers. … Read More


2000 40 Years Old Rougeau and Ouellet briefly reunited in WCW in 2000 in Lance Storm's Team Canada. … Read More
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