Marcus "Buff" Bagwell

Height: 6'1"

Weight: 240 lbs

Real Name: Mark Bagwell

DOB: 1/10/1970

Hometown: Marietta, Georgia

Other Names: The Handsome Stranger(GWF), Marcus Bagwell(WCW)

Wrestler Since: 1990

Finishing Maneuver: The Blockbuster

Other Related Websites:
nWo - Rollercoaster Bio
Buff Bagwell - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Buff Bagwell - Wikipedia Bio

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #324(2004), #188(2003), #163(2002), #150(2001), #85(2000), #66(1999), #174(1998), #89(1997), #124(1996), #97(1995), #93(1994), #104(1993), #77(1992), #255(1991)

History: Marcus "Buff" Bagwell made his name as a tag-team specialist, but proved his own skills as well many times. After wrestling some in the Global Wrestling Federation, Bagwell came to WCW in 1992 as a Sting-wannabe. This look did not last long. Bagwell soon teamed up with Too Cold Scorpio, and the two managed to win the WCW Tag Team Titles from the Nasty Boys in 1993. However, the Nasty Boys quickly regained their titles, and 2 Cold Scorpio and Bagwell split up soon afterwards.

Bagwell then teamed up with the Masked Patriot and formed the Stars and Stripes, which won the Tag Team Titles on two separate occasions near the end of 1994. The two continued the long feud Bagwell and Scorpio had had with Paul Roma and Paul Orndorff (Pretty Wonderful). When the Patriot left WCW, Bagwell moved to another tag team partner, Scotty Riggs, to form The American Males. Again, Bagwell took his team all the way, winning the Tag Team titles for the fourth time and for the third year in a row, defeating Harlem Heat in September of 1995. A few weeks later, Harlem Heat regained their titles, and Bagwell showed that he was ready for yet another new team, when he blindsided Riggs and joined the nWo as one of their first recruits. This was when the "Buff" was born.

After a brief period of wrestling in Japan, Bagwell returned to WCW stronger than ever. As a member of nWo, Bagwell had feuds with his ex-partner Riggs, Lex Luger, and Scott Steiner, among others. He paired regularly with Scott "Flash" Norton as the tag team of Vicious & Delicious. One of these tag-team matches, unfortunately, had drastic consequences. In a match against Ric Steiner and Lex Luger on April 17th, 1998, Bagwell was dropped with Steiner from the top turnbuckle in a variation of the Bulldog. He landed badly, severely injuring his neck. The next 30 minutes of the wrestling event were spent moving him onto a stretcher and taking him to the hospital.

Bagwell later had major surgery, having several vertebrae repaired. Bagwell then began appearing at WCW events during the summer of '98, in a wheelchair. He thanked the fans for their support of him, and seemed to be turning a new leaf, leaving the nWo. On July 21st, though, Bagwell showed that his colors were still black and white. Tricking Rick Steiner by coming out in the wheelchair, Bagwell claimed to forgive Rick for injuring him. The two went for a hug, but it allowed Bagwell to hold Rick until Scottie Steiner, Rick's brother, came in with a steel chair, attacking the Dog-Faced Gremlin. Bagwell then joined in, showing that he didn't need the wheelchair. Bagwell began coming out as Big Poppa Pump's sidekick, aiding him when necessary. At one point, it appeared that Bagwell and Scott Steiner had broken apart, mainly due to the influence of Bagwell's mother, "Judge" Judy Bagwell. On a Nitro, Bagwell defended his mother, and was dropped, neckfirst, on the top rope for his actions. Yet again, however, this turned out to be a trick, as Buff betrayed Rick Steiner at Halloween Havoc '98. This did not stop Rick from winning the Tag-Team Belts from Scott Steiner and the Giant, however.

In January '99, Bagwell came out with Scott Steiner, Lex Luger, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hollywood Hogan as the new nWo. Bagwell continued his role of lending a hand in Steiner's matches. In March '99, Bagwell announced to the world that he had been declared fit to wrestle again. A week or so later, at Uncensored, Buff accidentally hit Steiner with a chair, allowing Booker T to pin him and earn the WCW TV Title. Steiner blamed Buff for his loss, and the two argued during a Nitro. When Buff tried to smooth things out, Steiner dropped him with a Suplex then put him in the Steiner Recliner, ending their relationship.

Buff Bagwell then began coming out with new entrance music, wrestling as he did of old, using his Blockbuster to put down many foes. Buff then challenged Steiner for a match for the US Title at Slamboree '99. But, shockingly, Rick Steiner rejoined his brother, helping Scott retain the title over Buff after a chair shot and the Steiner Recliner. Bagwell then took a few weeks to reconsider his position in WCW.

In June '99, Buff began challenging the more established stars of WCW, saying that it was time for guys like Ric Flair to pass the torch. Flair disagreed, saying that he would never pass the torch to someone like Bagwell. Bagwell then pleaded his case to the Commissioner, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, who said that if Piper defeated Flair at the Great American Bash, Bagwell would get "the ball". Bagwell agreed, which got Disco Inferno on his case. Bagwell quickly dispatched with Disco at the PPV. However, Flair won via DQ over Piper when Bagwell interfered, breaking up the Figure Four Leglock. Piper, due to this, joined with Flair against Bagwell and the youth movement, becoming the Vice-President for a time. Piper later challenged Bagwell to a Boxing Match, which Bagwell accepted after Piper's attack kept him from winning the US Title from David Flair.

At Bash at the Beach, Buff met up with Piper in the Boxing Match, which was refereed by Mills Lane. Although Piper had the advantage through the first couple of rounds, Bagwell roared back, and got the pin with the Buff Blockbuster, which Lane decided to allow. However, after besting Piper, Bagwell's push fell back slightly, as he began a major feud with Ernest "The Cat" Miller. Since Miller used his "ruby" slipper on Bagwell to beat him at one point, Bagwell came back with an astonishing accurate impersonation of Miller, right down to the bald black head. The two met at Road Wild '99, and Bagwell got the roll-up pinfall for the victory, after Sonny Onoo accidentally hit Miller. Bagwell then dropped from the main scene, wrestling sparsely while recuperating from some injuries. He had a quick feud with Beryln, where the two were supposed to fight at Fall Brawl '00. However, Bagwell arrived late at the arena, and Berlyn instead wrestled, and defeated, Jim Duggan. Bagwell would wrestle Berlyn at the next Nitro instead, where he lost due to interference from Beryln's bodyguard.

Bagwell's next major feud occured in November, when he challenged Curt Hennig in a Retirement match at Mayhem. Bagwell came out the winner in that bout, ending Hennig's career, at least temporarily. The Buff One then began a run against Diamond Dallas Page. The two men eventually came to a fight at Souled Out, where Buff got the knockout and another victory. Bagwell continued his angle with Page for a few more weeks, with a link being possible between Bagwell and Kimberly Page causing much anger on the side of DDP. But the feud between the two men would die away, as Russo and Bischoff made their return to WCW to form the New Blood. Bagwell quickly became one of their members, fighting against Page and the rest of the Millionaire's Club.

Bagwell soon became paired with the Franchise Shane Douglas, becoming the tag-team force of the New Blood. The duo went into the tournament at Spring Stampede 2000, and got past Big T and Stevie Ray (the new Harlem Heat) to face Team Package in the finals. With some help from the New Blood, Bagwell and Douglas won the vacated tag-team titles over Flair and Luger, making the Buff One a 5-time WCW tag-team title holder with his fourth partner. Bagwell and Douglas would defend the belts occassionally for the next month, being a hard team to defeat, despite other teams' best efforts. Bagwell also renewed his feud with Luger, while Douglas fought Flair, at Slamboree '00. During the match-up, Miss Elizabeth interfered with a bat swing, enabling Luger to get the rack and force Bagwell to submit. Although Bagwell took the loss, he and Douglas were still the Tag-Team Champions. This would soon come to an end in a surprising fashion, however.

In May '00, Bagwell was arrested for assault, after punching a WCW crew member. Allegations of racial comments from Bagwell caused WCW to suspend Buff for 30 days, as well as causing much disdain on the man. Soon after, Shane Douglas, with the Wall subbing for Bagwell, lost the tag-team titles to Kronik. Bagwell served his time over the next month, then reappeared on the Nitro after the Great American Bash '00, joining Douglas in a tag-team fight against Kronic. Despite Buff getting the Buff Blockbuster, the duo lost the Contenders bout to Kronic. Douglas immediately blamed Buff, knocking him out from behind and breaking up the former tag champs.

Bagwell, after a brief feud with Kidman that netted him Kidman's girlfriend, Torrie Wilson, then came after Douglas. The two former partners faced at Bash at the Beach 2000, fighting both in and out of the ring. During the match, Torrie came to the ring, seemingly to distract Douglas. However, she turned on Bagwell, allowing Douglas to get his Pittsburgh Plunge. Bagwell managed to kick out, though, and nearly got the Buff Blockbuster, but Torrie once again interfered, allowing Douglas to slam Buff down with an Inverted Stunner and get the victory. Buff's troubles got worse in the next month, as he began to be assaulted by "Positively" Kanyon, the master of the sneak-attack. Kanyon also started going after Buff's mother Judy, giving her a few shots as well. After the feud built up, Kanyon & Buff met in a "Judy Bagwell on a Pole" match (Judy was actually on a forklift). During the match, after Kanyon had hit his Kanyon Kutter, David Arquette (actor) surprisingly came to ringside, apparently to help Buff. Instead, though, he turned on Buff, making it 2-on-1. But Buff stayed strong, and managed to hit a Double Blockbuster on both men, pinning Kanyon and winning the match. Bagwell then disappeared from the scene for a time (along with his mother).

In August and September '00, an angle began with David Flair & his girl Miss Hancock. Miss Hancock was found to be pregnant, and Flair began accusing almost everyone of being the father. He finally came to one major possibility: Buff Bagwell. Bagwell refused to admit to being the father, though, leading to many confrontations between the two. At one point, Bagwell came out and gave a long, heart-felt interview to Flair, apparently admitting to 'being' with Miss Hancock. However, he changed the ending, completely fooling the youngster, which led to another brawl. Finally, the two were signed to face each other at Halloween Havoc '00 in a "DNA First Blood" match. Flair came to the ring with a DNA Sampling Kit, intent on testing Bagwell's blood to see if he truly was the father. Bagwell basically dominated the match, despite the use of foreign objects by Flair. Buff first hit Flair with a chair to open him up, then landed the Blockbuster. When the ref saw Flair's bloody face, the match was ended, and Bagwell got the victory. The night wasn't a total success for Buff, though, as Lex Luger came out and attacked him, bloodying his mouth enough to allow Flair to get a sample. It was later proven that Buff wasn't the father.

In the next month, Buff began a small feud with "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett, meeting him at WCW Mayhem in November '00. Early in the night, Bagwell tried to take away one of Jarrett's main weapons, destroying his guitars. Unfortunately, he missed one, and during the battle, Jarrett used it, breaking it over Buff's head and allowing for the easy pin. Bagwell got some revenge on Jarrett in the next few days, then seemed to be on the side of Bill Goldberg, as Goldberg feuded with Buff's nemesis, Lex Luger. Bagwell also took some time to be an interviewer, getting the scoop from different wrestlers. At Starrcade '00, Bagwell was interviewing the Sarge (Powerplant instructor) when Luger attacked him, since the Sarge was Goldberg's friend and teacher. Bagwell chased Luger away. During the No Holds Barred match between Goldberg & Luger, the Sarge came out to aid his pupil, but Bagwell stopped him, telling him that it wouldn't be safe for him. Buff also saved the referee, pulling him out of Luger's grasp so that Goldberg could go for his spear without injuring the man. Bagwell then climbed the turnbuckle to seemingly try to hit his Blockbuster on Luger. Instead, he hit Goldberg with it. Buff then fought with the Sarge, while Goldberg recovered and took out Luger with the Jackhammer. As Goldberg celebrated his victory, Bagwell entered the ring and hit him with a chair, shockingly joining with Luger against him.

Buff and Luger became a powerhouse tag-team known as Totally Buff, being a part of the Ric Flair faction (also known as the Magnificent Seven). They continued their feud with Goldberg & the Sarge for the next few weeks, trying to cause Goldberg to lose, which would then end his WCW career. During the month, Totally Buff broke the Sarge's arm. The two forces met at Starrcade '00, in a heated battle. Totally Buff mauled the Sarge, but when he made the tag to Goldberg, Bagwell & Luger found themselves completely outmatched. However, Totally Buff put a plan into action, when Buff went to the outside and began threatening a fan (whom Goldberg had given an autograph to earlier). When Goldberg came to make the save, the 'fan' sprayed mace into his face. This left Goldberg blind and defenseless, and Totally Buff capitalized, with Buff hitting the Blockbuster on Goldberg right off of Luger's shoulders. Bagwell then pinned Goldberg, winning the match and ending Goldberg's career.

Totally Buff made one other appearance at Starrcade, interfering in the World Tag-Team Titles match. Bagwell & Luger had been proclaimed the #1 Contenders to the titles, so they decided to aid Chuck Palumbo & Sean O'Haire defeat the champions Diamond Dallas Page & Kevin Nash (the InSiders). After a brief feud with the InSiders, Totally Buff focused on the tag-team titles, putting their experience against the two young wrestlers' energy. It proved to be a very one-sided contest at WCW Greed, though, as Palumbo & O'Haire dominated, winning in less than a minute. Bagwell then would not appear as a major player for the final weeks of the Turner-ran WCW, staying away during the Season Finale.

On the first WWF Raw is War broadcast of July '01, Buff Bagwell made his first appearance, getting a WCW World Title shot against Booker T in the first-ever WCW match on WWF television. Buff also came off like a heel, reacting heavily when WCW Owner Shane McMahon told him good luck. Buff replied that he relies on skill, which was why he would walk out with the Heavyweight strap. In the main event, the WCW logos flashed, and both Buff & Booker T came out to go at it. Buff fought hard, although Booker T seemed to have the edge near the end, hitting his Axe Kick. Kurt Angle and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin then charged the ring, assaulting Booker T. Surprisingly, Buff joined in, with the three superstars destroying the WCW Champion. But after Booker T was thrown out of the arena and into the street, Austin and Angle ignored Buff's gloating, then beat him up as well, sending him the same direction as Booker T. A few days later, Bagwell was part of the WCW crew that ambushed the Undertaker, then brutally beat Shane McMahon and Booker T, placing Buff on the heel group. However, shortly thereafter, Bagwell left WCW, clearing his contract out.

For the next few months, Bagwell wrestled on the independent circuit. He would soon join up with the WWAS, an Australian federation which had gathered in many of the former WCW wrestlers. Bagwell wrestled at the October PPV in the WWAS Heavyweight Title tournament, being placed into the first-round Battle Royal with wrestlers like Jerry Lawler and Stevie Ray. Bagwell managed to win out, tossing out the final competitors to advance to the next round, where he faced an old rival in Jeff Jarrett. In a "tits, whips, and buff" match, Bagwell fell, unable to take down Jarrett. Still, Bagwell is making his presence known in the fledgling organization, and is helping it gain name-recognition to wrestlers everywhere.

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (51 - 45)
- GWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament (July '91) = The Handsome Stranger defeated Butch Blackheart and Rip Roberts, but lost to the Lightning Kid, who went on to win the tournament.
- GWF Tag-Team Title Tournament (July '91) = The Handsome Stranger and Steve Dane were defeated by Scott Anthony and Rip Rogers. Steve Simpson & Chris Walker won the tournament.
- GWF North American Title Tournament (August '91) = The Handsome Stranger lost to Al Perez. The Patriot won the tournament.
- GWF Television Title Tournament (October '91) = The Handsome Stranger defeated Mike Davis, then lost to Eddie Gibert in the finals.
- WCW Starrcade '91 = Marcus Bagwell and Jimmy Garvin defeated Michael Hayes and Tracey Smothers. Later, Bagwell competed in the Battle Bowl, which was won by Sting.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XVIII (January '92) = Bagwell and Flyin' Brian Pillman defeated Tracey Smothers and Terry Taylor.
- WCW WrestleWar '92 = Bagwell was beaten by Scotty Flamingo.
- WCW Superbrawl II ('92) = Marcus Bagwell pinned Terry Taylor.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XIX (June 16, '92) = Bagwell and Tom Zenk were defeated by Steve Austin and "Ravishing" Rick Rude.
- WCW Beach Brawl '92 (June 20, '92) = Bagwell was defeated by Greg "The Hammer" Valentine.
- WCW Great American Bash '92 = Marcus Bagwell lost to the Super Invader in a dark match.
- WCW Superbrawl III ('93) = Marcus Bagwell and Erik Watts lost to Steve Austin and Brian Pillman.
- WCW Slamboree '93 = Marcus Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio defeated Chris Benoit and Bobby Eaton.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXIII (June '93) = Bagwell lost to Steve Regal.
- WCW Beach Brawl '93 (July '93) = Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio defeated Tex Slashinger and Shanghai Pierce.
- WCW Fall Brawl '93 = Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio beat Paul Orndorff and the Equalizer.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '93 = Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio lost the WCW Tag Titles to the Nasty Boys.
- WCW BattleBowl (November '93) = Bagwell and Tex Slashinger were beaten by Shanghai Pierce and "Ravishing" Rick Rude.
- WCW Starrcade '93 = Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio lost to Pretty Wonderful.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXVI (January '94) = Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio defeated Pretty Wonderful.
- WCW Fall Brawl '94 = Stars And Stripes (Bagwell and the Patriot) lost to then-WCW Tag-Team Champions Pretty Wonderful.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '94 = Stars and Stripes lost the WCW Tag Titles to Pretty Wonderful.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXIX (November '94) = Stars and Stripes took back the WCW Tag Belts from Pretty Wonderful.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXX (January '95) = Stars and Stripes were beaten by the WCW Tag Champs Harlem Heat.
- WCW Superbrawl V ('95) = Stars and Stripes defeated Romeo Valentino and Dino Cassanova in a dark match.
- WCW Uncensored '95 = Stars and Stripes beat Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck in a dark match.
- WCW Great American Bash '95 = Bagwell and Alex Wright lost to Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck in a dark match.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXI (August '95) = Bagwell lost to Flyin' Brian Pillman in a dark match.
- WCW Fall Brawl '95 = The American Males (Bagwell and Scotty Riggs) defeated the Nasty Boys in a dark match.
- WCW World War III '95 = Marcus competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by "Macho Man" Randy Savage.
- WCW Starrcade '95 = The American Males defeated Bobby Eaton and Steve Regal in a dark match.
- WCW Slamboree '96 = The American Males beat Shark and Maxx in a dark match.
- WCW Great American Bash '96 = Marcus Bagwell was defeated by Diamond Dallas Page.
- NJPW Japan/US All-Star Tournament (September 19-23, '96) = Bagwell lost in the first round to Shinya Hashimoto. Kensuke Sasaki eventually won the Tournament.
- WCW World War III '96 = Bagwell competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by the Giant.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '97 = "Buff" beat Scotty Riggs.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February '97) = Bagwell, Scott Norton & Masa Chono defeated Riki Choshu, Kensuke Sasaki & Tadao Yasuda.
- WCW Superbrawl VII ('97) = Buff lost via DQ to Diamond Dallas Page.
- WCW Uncensored '97 = Buff defeated Scotty Riggs in a "strap" match.
- NJPW Strong Style Evolution (May '97) = Vicious and Delicious (Bagwell and Scott "Flash" Norton) defeated Lex Luger and the Giant.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 2, '97) = Bagwell lost to Kensuki Sasaki, eliminating him from the 1997 G-1 Climax Tournament.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 3, '97) = Bagwell & Hiro Saito took down Michiyoshi Ohara & Tatsutoshi Goto.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (September '97) = Bagwell & the nWo Sting beat Tadao Yasuda & Takayuki Iizuka.
- WCW Road Wild '97 = Vicious and Delicious lost to Harlem Heat.
- WCW Fall Brawl '97 = Bagwell, teamed with Kevin Nash, Syxx, and Konnan, defeated Ric Flair, Chris Benoit, Steve "Mongo" McMichael, and Curt Henning in a War Games match.
- WCW World War III '97 = Bagwell competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Scott Hall.
- WCW Starrcade '97 = "Buff" managed to win over Lex Luger.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '98 = Vicious and Delicious, with Konnan, lost to Ray Traylor and the Steiner Brothers in a 6-Man Tag Match.
- WCW Spring Stampede '98 = Bagwell and Scottie Steiner lost to Lex Luger and Rick Steiner.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '98 = Bagwell betrayed his partner Rick Steiner, but this did not stop Rick from winning the WCW Tag-Team Titles from Scott Steiner and the Giant.
- WCW Slamboree '99 = Bagwell, after interference from Rick Steiner, was defeated by Scott Steiner, who retained the US Title.
- WCW Great American Bash '99 = Bagwell used the Buff Blockbuster to take down the Disco Inferno.
- WCW Bash at the Beach '99 = Bagwell fought in a Boxing Match with "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, with Mills Lane refereeing. Bagwell won with the Buff Blockbuster.
- WCW Road Wild '99 = Bagwell defeated Ernest "The Cat" Miller, in part by accidental interference from Sonny Onoo.
- WCW Mayhem (November '99) = Bagwell won a Retirement match over Curt Hennig.
- WCW Souled Out '00 = Bagwell KO'ed Diamond Dallas Page to get the victory.
- WCW Spring Stampede '00 = Bagwell and Shane Douglas teammed up to defeat the "new" Harlem Heat, then went on to take down Team Package to win the vacated Tag-Team Titles.
- WCW Slamboree '00 = Bagwell was forced to submit to the Total Package Lex Luger.
- WCW Bash at the Beach '00 = Bagwell was beaten by Shane Douglas.
- WCW New Blood Rising (August '00) = Bagwell won over Kanyon.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '00 = Bagwell defeated David Flair in a "First Blood" match.
- WCW Mayhem '00 = Bagwell was pinned by Jeff Jarrett.
- WCW Sin (January '01) = Totally Buff (Bagwell & Lex Luger) defeated Bill Goldberg & the Sarge in a "No DQ" match (which ended Goldberg's career).
- WCW Superbrawl: Revenge ('01) = Totally Buff won a Handicap match over Bryan Adams.
- WCW Greed (March '01) = Totally Buff lost to the WCW Tag-Team Champions Sean O'Haire & Chuck Palumbo.
- WWAS Sydney Superdome (October 26, '01) = In the WWAS Heavyweight Title Tournament, Bagwell won the First-Round Battle Royal, then was beaten by Jeff Jarrett in a "Tits, Whips & Buff" match. Jarrett went on to win the tournament.
- RCW Knoxville Show (January 12, '02) = Bagwell won the RCW Heavyweight Title, beating Big Money Marcus.
- RCW Knoxville Show (January 25, '02) = Bagwell defeated 8 Ball Jones. Due to Bagwell winning, Terry Landel's head was shaved.
- EWF Houston Show (February 9, '02) = Bagwell took down Chaz Taylor.
- WWA "The Eruption" (April 13, '02) = Bagwell & Stevie Ray fell to Brian Christopher & Ernest Miller.
- Earthquake Ferris 2002 Annual Show (April 19, '02) = Bagwell beat Jason Styles.
- MACW Conway Show (May 11, '02) = Bagwell won, via DQ, over Rikki Nelson.
- USPW Nashville Show (June 1, '02) = Bagwell fell to Brian Christopher.
- NWA-TNA Huntsville PPV (Show #1, June 19, '02) = Bagwell competed in the Gauntlet For The Gold match, which was won by Ken Shamrock.
- UCW Yanceyville Show (June 29, '02) = Bagwell beat Frank Parker.
- NWA-TNA Nashville PPV (Show #3, July 3, '02) = Bagwell & Apolo fell to Lenny Lane & Bruce.
- IWC Canonsburg Show (August 17, '02) = Bagwell defeated Jimmy Vegas.
- RCW Knoxville Show (September 15, '02) = Bagwell lost the RCW Heavyweight Title to Stan Lee.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #12, September 18, '02) = Bagwell competed in a "Tag-Team Battle Royal", which was won by Chris Harris & Brian Lee.
- PCW Reunion Show (October 19, '02) = Bagwell & Disco Inferno defeated Scotty Riggs & Ray Lloyd.
- WWA Retribution (December 6, '02) = Bagwell & Johnny Swinger defeated Norman Smiley & Malice.
- LAW Norfolk Show (January 24, '03) = Bagwell won over Norman Smiley.
- LAW Emporia Show (January 25, '03) = Bagwell was beaten by BG James.
- Jimmy Hart's All-Star Wrestling (February 10, '03) = Bagwell beat Horace Hogan.
- WLW Eldon Show (February 22, '03) = Bagwell won over Bull Schmitt.
- NACW Shelby Show (March 2, '03) = Bagwell & Ricky Morton won the NACW Tag Titles from Scott Powers & Christopher Steel. Later that night, Bagwell & Morton won, via DQ, over Jimmy Cicero & Perry James.
- MCW (Maryland) Glen Burnie Show (March 9, '03) = Bagwell lost to Doug Delicious.
- WPW Lincoln City Show (April 26, '03) = Bagwell defeated the Disco Inferno.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #43, May 7, '03) = Bagwell competed in the "Anarchy in the Asylum" Battle Royal, which was won by Glen Gilbertti.
- World Wrestling Legends PPV (March 5, '06) = Bagwell fell to Scott Steiner.

Title Summary:
- GAW Television Champion (??/??/??)
- GAW Tag-Team Champion (??/??/??)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion w/ 2 Cold Scorpio (10/4/1993 - 10/24/1993)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ The Patriot (9/25/1994 - 10/23/1994)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ The Patriot (11/16/1994 - 12/8/1994)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(4) w/ Stevie Riggs (9/18/1995 - 9/27/1995)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(5) w/ Shane Douglas (4/16/2000 - 5/15/2000)
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion (12/14/2001 - ??)
- RCW Heavyweight Champion (1/12/2002 - 9/15/2002)
- NACW Tag-Team Champion w/ Ricky Morton (3/02/2003 - ??)
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion(2) (3/17/2006 - ??)
- AWA World Tag-Team Champion w/ the Patriot (6/13/2007)
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champion w/ Rikki Nelson (5/02/2009 - 1/16/2010)
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Rikki Nelson (5/01/2010 - 9/18/2010)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 1 1st RU, 0 2nd RUs, 0 3rd RUs)
- 1999 Comeback of the Year, 1st Runner-Up