Blackjack Mulligan



Height: 6'9"

Weight: 340 lbs

Real Name: Robert Windham

DOB: Unknown

Hometown: Sweetwater, Texas

Other Names: Bob Windham(IWA), Jack Mulligan, the Texan(NWA), Big Machine(WWF)

Wrestler Since: 1960s

Finishing Maneuver: Dreaded Claw Hold

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: None

History: (Under Construction)

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (9 - 9, 1 DCO, 1 NC)
- AWA Soldier's Field (September 1, '72) = The Blackjacks (Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza) lost a "Steel Cage" Match to Crusher & Bruiser.
- IWE 5th World Series (February/March '73) = Blackjack Mulligan lost in the semi-finals to the eventual winner, Rusher Kimura.
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Crockett Cadillac Cup '76 (March 19) = Blackjack Mulligan competed in the tournament, which was won by Wahoo McDaniel.
- AWA Chicago Stadium (June 25, '76) = The Blackjacks were beaten by Crusher & Bruiser.
- AWA Comiskey Park (August 27, '76) = The Blackjacks retained the AWA World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Steel Cage" Match over Crusher & Bruiser.
- NWA World Tag Team Title Tournament (April 23, '78) = Blackjack Mulligan & Stan Hansen defeated Johnny Weaver & Mr. Wrestling, then fell to Ken Patera & the Masked Superstar. Paul Jones & Ricky Steamboat won the tournament.
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Title Tournament (January/March '80) = Blackjack Mulligan won over an unknown wrestler in the qualifying round, then beat Ox Baker and Swede Hanson before losing in the finals to the Masked Superstar.
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Television Title Tournament (April '81) = Blackjack Mulligan took down Swede Hanson, then fell to Jimmy Snuka. Sweet Ebony Diamond won the tournament.
- NWA Florida Lords of the Ring (June 30, '84) = Blackjack Mulligan won a "Hangman's Noose" Match over Kevin Sullivan.
- NWA Florida Battle of the Belts II (February 14, '86) = Blackjack Mulligan & the Road Warriors fought to a Double Countout with Kevin Sullivan, Mark Lewin, & Maya Singh.
- WWF The Big Event (August 28, '86) = Big Machine, Super Machine, & Lou Albano lost, via DQ, to Bobby Heenan, King Kong Bundy, & Big John Studd.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #9 (December 14, '86) = Blackjack Mulligan pinned Jimmy Jack Funk.
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #10 (February 21, '87) = Blackjack Mulligan competed in a "Battle Royal", which was won by Hercules.
- WCCW 5th Cotton Bowl Extravaganza (October 15, '88) = Blackjack Mulligan & Bill Irwin took down Jimmy Jack Funk & Black Bart.
- WCW Slamboree '93 (May 23) = Blackjack Mulligan, Jim Brunzell, & Wahoo McDaniel fought to a No-Contest with Don Muraco, Dick Murdoch, & Jimmy Snuka.

Title Summary:
- NWA(Detroit) World Heavyweight Champion (??/??/??)
- IWF Heavyweight Champion (??/??/??)
- IWA World Tag-Team Champion w/ Larry Hennig (11/19/1970 - 12/12/1970)
- NWA(WCCW) Texas Heavyweight Champion (5/04/1973 - 5/18/1973)
- NWA(WCCW) American Tag-Team Champion w/ Blackjack Lanza (1973 - 7/22/1974)
- NWA(WCCW) American Heavyweight Champion (3/19/1974 - 4/18/1974)
- NWA(WCCW) American Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Blackjack Lanza (1974 - 9/23/1974)
- Amarillo International Heavyweight Champion (1/1975 - 1/22/1975)
- NWA(WCCW) Texas Tag-Team Champion w/ Blackjack Lanza (1975)
- NWA Florida Tag-Team Champion w. Dusty Rhodes (1975)
- WWWF World Tag-Team Champion w/ Blackjack Lanza (8/26/1975 - 11/18/1975)
- NWA United States Heavyweight Champion (3/13/1976 - 10/16/1976)
- NWA United States Heavyweight Champion(2) (11/28/1976 - 12/09/1976)
- NWA United States Heavyweight Champion(3) (12/15/1976 - 7/07/1977)
- NWA United States Heavyweight Champion(4) (1/01/1978 - 3/19/1978)
- NWA Western States Tag-Team Champion w/ Dick Murdoch (11/1978 - 11/30/1978)
- Amarillo International Heavyweight Champion(2) (5/07/1979 - 7/04/1979)
- NWA World (Mid-Atlantic) Tag-Team Champion w/ Ric Flair (8/08/1979 - 8/22/1979)
- NWA Florida Brass Knuckles Champion (9/1983 - 1/1984)
- NWA Florida Brass Knuckles Champion(2) (5/05/1984 - 11/1984)

PWI Achievement Awards: (1 win, 2 1st RUs, 0 2nd RUs, 0 3rd RUs)
- 1978 Match of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Mulligan vs. Ric Flair)
- 1978 Most Inspirational Wrestler
- 1982 Most Hated Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up