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Mike Davis

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Real Name Michael Joe Davis
Weight and Height 235 lbs. (107 kg) at 6'3'' (1.91 m)
Birthplace Tampa, Florida (United States of America)
Date of Birth 2nd November 1956
Debut 1977
Date of Death 25th December 2001
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Dannomyte4
2014/07/16 16:57
Awarded 5 points
I had a lot of fun watching Mike wrestle at the Sportatorium in Dallas with the GWF and watching his recorded matches with the WWC. Great work ethic in the ring and was always a professional.
Joeymccraw33
2014/07/16 16:25
Edited: 2014/07/16 17:30
Awarded 5 points
Mike was always having so much fun out there. whether it be as a face, making people fall in love with his goofiness, or during a heel turn, making them scream and throw things. and he sure liked getting the younger talent over. that was always his goal, if his opponent didn't get over in their gimmick, he always took it to heart. man that guy could work.

Following his storied days of battling it out around Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama, with Tommy Lane as the Rock N Roll RPM’s and holding many Tag Team Championships, surviving legendary fueds, including the rock n roll express, Michael Joe Davis, spent his last days in Granbury, TX (located just outside Fort Worth Texas). In the latter part of his career, Davis worked out of the historical Sportatorium in Dallas and donned the moniker MANIAC, doing what he could to help bring along countless numbers of green yet talented athletes. Davis’ main contribution to the GWF and to Wrestling Entertainment was his preparation of future stars, several of which have held various titles in more mainstream brands.

After WCCW, GWF brought a small rise back to the nostalgic Sportatorium. Davis has been in more GWF matches than any other wrestler on their respective roster. After about 6 years, GWF lost its spark due to mismanagement and inability to get and keep regular syndicated TV coverage which led to the eventual permanent closure of the historic Sportatorium.

Following the folding of the GWF, Davis dove into several different start-up promotions, doing what he could to help, advise, lend experienced points of view, and doing what he truly enjoyed about the business, teaching, helping build gimmicks, and being the experienced In-ring worker to give nervous kids some comfort in exploring their in-ring abilities. He loved the business and will be missed by many in the wrestling world. Plenty of todays superstars knew him, respected him, and in one way or another, owe him for helping push their career up to the level it is now. -Great Wrestler, Better Man!


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