Bad News Brown



Height: 6'2"

Weight: 255 lbs

Real Name: Allen Coage

DOB: 10/22/1943

DOD: 3/06/2007

Hometown: Calgary, Alberta (Billed from Harlem, New York)

Other Names: Buffalo Allen Coage, Bad News Allen

Wrestler Since: 1977

Finishing Maneuver: Ghetto Blaster

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #186(1992), #99(1991)

Official Website: http://www.fortunecity.com/olympia/christie/29/

Other Related Websites:
Bad News Brown - Obsessed With Wrestling Bio
Bad News Brown - Wikipedia Bio
Bad News Brown - Slam! Hall of Fame Bio

History: (Under Construction)

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (12 - 29, 2 DCOs)
- NJPW Sumo Hall (July 17, '80) = Bad News Coage & Bret Hart were beaten by Riki Choshu & Kengo Kimura.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 2, '80) = Bad News Coage lost, via DQ, to Strong Kobayashi.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (November 3, '80) = Bad News Allen & Willem Ruska fell to Stan Hansen & Hulk Hogan.
- NJPW 1st Annual MSG Tag League (November/December '80) = Bad News Allen & Willem Ruska competed in the league, which was won by Bob Backlund & Antonio Inoki.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (December 10, '80) = Bad News Coage was beaten by Strong Kobayashi.
- NJPW 2nd Annual MSG Tag League (November/December '81) = Bad News Allen & Pat Patterson competed in the league, which was won by Rene Goulet & Andre the Giant.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (December 8, '81) = Bad News Coage fell to Seiji Sakaguchi.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February 7, '84) = Bad News Allen lost to Antonio Inoki.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 2, '84) = Bad News Allen & Rick Oliver fell to Kengo Kimura & Seiji Sakaguchi.
- NJPW Pakistan Show (August 15, '84) = Bad News Allen was pinned by Antonio Inoki.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (April 18, '85) = Bad News Brown & Gestapo were beaten by Anoaro Antisanoe & Shunji Takano.
- NWA Hawaii Polynesian Hot Summer Night (August 3, '85) = Bad News Allen lost the Polynesian Title to Lars Anderson.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 5, '86) = Bad News Allen won, via DQ, over Umanosuke Ueda.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (April 27, '87) = Bad News Allen & Ray Candy took down Darryl Peterson & Seiji Sakaguchi.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 2, '87) = Bad News Allen & Johnny Smith lost to Tatsutoshi Goto & Keiji Mutoh.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (October 25, '87) = Bad News Allen lost, via DQ, to Yoshiaki Fujiwara.
- WWF Wrestlemania IV (March 27, '88) = Bad News Brown won a "Battle Royal".
- WWF Wrestlefest '88 (July 31) = Bad News Brown took down Bret Hart.
- WWF Summerslam '88 (August 29) = Bad News Brown pinned Ken Patera.
- WWF Survivor Series '88 (November 24) = Bad News Brown, Ron Bass, Danny Davis, Greg Valentine, & the Honkytonk Man fought in an "Elimination" Match against Brutus Beefcake, Jim Brunzell, Sam Houston, the Blue Blazer, & the Ultimate Warrior. Brown was counted out. The Warrior was the sole 'survivor'.
- WWF Royal Rumble '89 (January 15) = Bad News Brown competed in the Rumble, which was won by Big John Studd.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #20 (February 16, '89) = Bad News Brown was pinned by Hulk Hogan.
- WWF Wrestlemania V (April 2, '89) = Bad News Brown fought to a Double Count-Out with Jim Duggan.
- WWF King of the Ring Tournament '89 (October 14) = Bad News Brown lost in the first round to the eventual winner, Tito Santana.
- WWF Survivor Series '89 (November 23) = Bad News Brown, Rick Martel, the Big Boss Man, & the Honkytonk Man fought in an "Elimination" Match against Brutus Beefcake, Dusty Rhodes, Tito Santana, & the Red Rooster. Brown was counted out. Beefcake & Rhodes 'survived'.
- WWF Royal Rumble '90 (January 21) = Bad News Brown competed in the Rumble, which was won by Hulk Hogan.
- WWF Wrestlemania VI (April 1, '90) = Bad News Brown fought to a Double Countout with Roddy Piper.
- WWF Summerslam '90 (August 27) = Bad News Brown lost, via DQ, to Jake Roberts.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (November 1, '90) = Bad News Allen & Larry Cameron were beaten by Kengo Kimura & Osamu Kido.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (December 13, '90) = Bad News Allen & Bam Bam Bigelow fell to Masa Chono & Keiji Mutoh.
- GWF Tag-Team Title Tournament (July '91) = Bad News Brown & Nick Busich beat Terry Daniels & the Patriot, then lost to the Youngbloods. Steve Simpson & Chris Walker won the tournament.
- GWF North American Heavyweight Title Tournament (August '91) = Bad News Brown won over El Azteca, then fell to Austin Idol. The Patriot won the tournament.
- UWFI Sumo Hall (December 20, '92) = Bad News Allen defeated Yuko Miyato.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (May 6, '93) = Bad News Allen forced Yoshihiro Takayama to submit.
- UWFI Sumo Hall (July 18, '93) = Bad News Allen beat Yoshihiro Takayama.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (August 13, '93) = Bad News Allen fell to Masahito Kakihara.
- UWFI Shootfighting (October 4, '93) = Bad News Allen was forced to submit to Kazuo Yamazaki.
- UWFI Jungo Stadium (December 5, '93) = Bad News Allen won over Kazushi Sakuraba.
- UWFI Shootfighting II (April 13, '94) = Bad News Allen was beaten by Kiyoshi Tamura.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (August 18, '94) = Bad News Allen defeated Hiromitsu Kanehara.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (January 16, '95) = Bad News Allen lost to Tatsuo Nakano.

Title Summary:
- Pan American Games Gold Medalist (67)
- Pan American Games Gold Medalist(2) (75)
- Olympic Bronze Medalist, Judo - HW (76)
- Los Angeles World Television Champion (78)
- NWA Americas Tag-Team Champion w/ Leroy Brown (8/04/79 - 8/31/79)
- NWA Americas Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Victor Rivera (79 - 10/26/79)
- NWA Americas Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Victor Rivera (11/02/79 - 12/15/79)
- Calgary Stampede North American Heavyweight Champion (9/03/82 - 10/17/82)
- Calgary Stampede North American Heavyweight Champion(2) (6/83 - 12/23/83)
- Calgary Stampede North American Heavyweight Champion(3) (4/23/84 - 6/18/84)
- NWA Polynesian Pacific Heavyweight Champion (5/25/85 - 8/03/85)
- Calgary Stampede North American Heavyweight Champion(4) (5/13/86 - 6/20/86)
- NWA Florida Bahamas Champion (12/16/86 - 87)
- NWA Florida Heavywight Champion (1/20/87 - 2/24/87)
- NWA Florida Southern Heavyweight Champion (1/31/87 - 2/18/87)
- ICW Heavyweight Champion (91)
- IWA Heavyweight Champion (96)
- Tokyo International Tag-Team Champion (97)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 0 1st RUs, 0 2nd RUs, 1 3rd RU)
- 1990 Match of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Royal Rumble)