Perry Saturn



Height: 5'10"

Weight: 234 lbs

Real Name: Perry Satullo

DOB: 10/25/1966

Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts

Other Names: Iron Horseman (Boston), Perry Saturn (ECW, WCW)

Wrestler Since: 1989

Finishing Maneuvers: Death Valley Driver, Rings of Saturn (submission hold), Top Rope Elbow Drop

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #105(2003), #135(2002), #66(2001), #63(2000), #47(1999), #59(1998), #122(1997), #81(1996)

Official Website: http://www.perrysaturn.com/

Other Related Websites:
The Eliminators - Rollercoaster Bio
Perry Saturn - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Perry Saturn - Wikipedia Bio

History: Perry Saturn, a former Army Ranger, has always been a strange wrestler. He first started into wrestling by training at Killer Kowalski's academy. From 1988 - 1994, Saturn worked hard in the New England area, building his skills in various independant wrestling federations, including Kowalski's IWF. It was here where Saturn scored his first gold, winning the Light Heavyweight Championship. He also scored the Tag-Team Titles there with Terra Rizing (Hunter Hearst Helmsley). During this time, Saturn also spent 3 weeks in New Japan Pro Wrestling, getting a different perspective on the wrestling business.

In 1993, Saturn appeared in the USWA, eventually teaming up with John Kronus. This formed the Eliminators, one of the most dangerous tag-teams in wrestling for a time. In April '94, there was a tournament for the vacant tag-team titles. The Eliminators did well, but lost in the finals to Brian Christopher & Eddie Gilbert. The Eliminators continued to persue the gold, though, and a few weeks later, defeated the duo to get the belts. They held the titles for a month before losing them to PG-13. Saturn then spent some time overseas, wrestling for WAR and continuing to grow in his abilities. As he improved, Saturn renewed his ties with Kronus, and eventually the duo headed into Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in 1995.

The Eliminators eventually took control of ECW's tag-team division, and won the ECW Tag-Team Titles from Mikey Whipwreck & Cactus Jack in February '96. For the next 6 months, no one could take down the Eliminators. Finally, the Gangstas, New Jack & Mustafa, took the team down in August, causing a raging feud between the two teams. In December, the Eliminators won in a big rematch, regaining their tag belts. The Gangstas & the Eliminators continued to feud into 1997, with a new team entering the battles: The Dudley Boys. In March '97, those damn Dudleys took the belts from the Eliminators, but Saturn & Kronus came back a month later, winning the titles for the third time at ECW Barely Legal. After another two month reign, the Dudleys won the belts back, and Saturn left ECW soon thereafter.

Saturn came to WCW shortly before ECW regular Raven did in 1997. Soon after Raven appeared, Saturn joined the Flock and helped to terrorize various members of WCW. But Saturn was not without ambitions, winning the WCW TV Title at one point from the Disco Inferno. This made Saturn one of two, counting Raven, who had won gold while with the Flock. He would hold the title for one month, before Disco won it back in December '97. This marked Saturn as an actual contender, distancing him somewhat from the rest of the Flock members.

Saturn's problems with the Flock began early in 1998. After a feud between him and Hammer broke out, the two fought in a "Loser Leaves The Flock" match. Although Saturn lost the match, Raven decided to eliminate Hammer instead. Soon after, Saturn and Raven had a falling out. With Saturn claiming he had never joined the Flock, saying instead that he was Raven's friend, things deteriorated quickly. Soon Saturn and Raven were resorting to fights and name-calling, and Saturn was out of the Flock.

Saturn then had major feuds with Raven and the Flock, as well as Kanyon. He lost a match to Lodi, due to interference from Kanyon, and had to obey Lodi's orders until Fall Brawl '98. At Fall Brawl, Saturn proved his skills by defeating Raven despite interference from Lodi and Kanyon, thus freeing the Flock members from Raven's control. At the next Nitro, Saturn told the Flock members that they could leave. Saturn then went on to have a small feud with Eddie Guerrero and the LWO, who reminded him of the Flock. Saturn then joined Kaz Hayashi against Ernest "The Cat" Miller and Sonny Onoo.

Saturn's feud against Miller cost him many Nitro and Thunder matches due to Miller's interference. Saturn, however, continued to challenge Miller, and the two met at Starrcade '98, where, after Sonny Ono's interference backfired, Saturn took out Miller. After this match, Saturn began another feud with Chris Jericho, which culminated in a "Loser Wears A Dress" match at Souled Out '99. Due to referee Scott Dickinson, and his bias against Saturn, Jericho pulled off the win, making Saturn have to wear a dress for a time in WCW. This seemed not to discourage Saturn too much, as he would face Jericho twice more at the next few PPVs. Although Saturn could have won the freedom to stop wearing the dresses, he instead DDV'ed Dickinson as well as Jericho, then left the ring, losing via Countout. At the next PPV, Saturn ended the feud, winning a Dog Collar match over Jericho. Saturn would later compete in the March '99 US Title Tournament, but he was eliminated in the first round by Booker T.

In late March '99, Saturn came out to Raven's aid against Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko, the tag-team champs. Although the two former Flock members were unable to get the victory, they did reunite, apparently putting the past behind them. Raven & Saturn continued to fight against Benoit & Malenko, costing them the tag-team titles. The two teams met at the next PPV, Spring Stampede '99, which saw the Horsemen winning thanks to Arn Anderson's interference. Saturn and Raven returned at Slamboree to defeat both the Horsemen members and Rey Misterio & Kidman, thanks partially to interference from Kanyon. This made Saturn & Raven the WCW Tag-Team Champions, the highest ranked belt that Saturn's earned in WCW.

In June '99, Raven was injured by Diamond Dallas Page and Bam-Bam Bigelow, making Saturn have to fight the two alone for the tag-team gold. Saturn put up a good fight, and hung on until Kanyon could run down to be his partner. However, Kanyon dropped from one punch, and DDP and Bam-Bam won the titles. Saturn, undeterred, got Chris Benoit as his partner. The two won the titles from DDP and Bigelow. As Kanyon came down to celebrate, he attacked both men, showing his alligance with DDP and Bigelow. Flair then declared that the titles still belonged to the champions. Saturn and Benoit came back the next week to defeat Page and Bigelow, but then lost the titles a few days later at the Great American Bash to DDP and Kanyon, with some assistance from Bigelow. Saturn and Benoit continued to team up against the Triad, however, continuing the feud.

At Bash at the Beach '99, Saturn and Benoit met up again with the Triad for the tag titles. But the three-on-two combination was just too much, as Saturn was hit with a Diamond Cutter-Ashbury Park combination and pinned. Saturn and Benoit refused to be discouraged, though. They joined with Shane Douglas and Dean Malenko, calling themselves the Revolution. This formed one of the most powerful stables since the Four Horsemen came on the scene. In August, they feuded with the Rednecks, another stable in WCW. Saturn, Malenko, and Douglas later defeated them at Road Wild '99, due to Saturn hitting the DVD on Bobby Duncum, Jr.

In the next month, Saturn and the rest of the Revolution continued to have run-ins with Sid Vicious and Rick Steiner, so Saturn was signed to face Steiner for the TV Title. Despite using the DVD, though, Saturn was defeated at Fall Brawl, as Steiner retained the belt (for one night, before losing to Benoit). The Revolution then moved on, as Saturn, Malenko, & an injured Douglas began feuding with the Filthy Animals. Problems were also there between the Revolution and Benoit, as Benoit later left the group to be the friend of Bret Hart. At Halloween Havoc '99, the Revolution formally signed off on Benoit, with Malenko attacking him and costing him the TV Title. Also that night, Saturn took on Filthy Animals member Eddie Guerrero. The match went to a DQ loss for Saturn, when Ric Flair interfered, knocking out Guerrero with a tire iron. For the next few months, Benoit and the Revolution would have an on-again, off-again feud.

After Halloween Havoc, it was announced that there would be a World Title Tournament, due to the fact that Sting had been stripped for striking an official. Saturn paired off against Guerrero again in the first round, and managed to get past him, with a little help from the Revolution. Saturn then fought Bret Hart, and with both Benoit & the Filthy Animals helping to keep the Revolution at bay, Hart was able to get the victory, putting Saturn in the Sharpshooter. Things continued to grow between the Filthy Animals & the remaining members of the Revolution, and the two groups met up at Mayhem '99 in an Elimination match. Saturn & Malenko were joined by their hefty lady friend, Asya, while Guerrero & Kidman brought in Kidman's girlfriend, Torrie Wilson. The Revolution managed the first pin after friction became apparent between the Filthy Animals. When Guerrero & Kidman began arguing over who should help Torrie (who had apparently twisted her ankle), Kidman was easy pickings for a roll-up from Malenko. Guerrero then went on a tear, basically fighting on his own against the Revolution forces. He managed to eliminate Malenko and Asya, fighting hard. But Saturn proved to be too much, getting on the Rings of Saturn to force Guerrero to submit. Less than a minute later, Torrie was quickly taken out, making Saturn the sole survivor.

The Revolution soon turned even darker, saying that they didn't need the fans of the United States. They believed that they were better than the country that they wrestled in. When they attempted to burn a U.S. flag, though, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan quickly came to the defense. Saturn and the rest were too much for Duggan, though, almost always beating him down by sheer numbers. At Starrcade, a match was signed between the group and Duggan. If Duggan won, the Revolution would take on Duggan's janitorial duties. If the Revolution came out on top, Duggan would have to forsake the U.S.A. At Starrcade, Duggan brought the Varsity Club with him to fight his adversaries. But the Club quickly turned on Duggan, leaving him behind, and Saturn and the rest easily took out the Hacksaw.

At the next Nitro, Duggan refused to badmouth America, earning him another beating from the Revolution. This brought out the Filthy Animals, returning from where they had gone, and bringing back the feud between the two groups. The Revolution quickly went after Kidman, seeing him as the leader of the group. At Souled Out '00, Kidman was signed in multiple matches, after the Revolution took out his ally, Konnan. After he got past Malenko in a "Catch As Catch Can" match, he was signed to face Saturn in a "Bunkhouse Brawl". After blocking a Powerbomb attempt, Kidman got the pin and the victory. This would be Saturn's last WCW Pay-Per-View. Shortly thereafter, Saturn, Benoit, Malenko, and Guerrero walked out of WCW as a group.

At a WWF Raw show in February '00, the Radicalz appeared, looking to get jobs with the WWF. After a lot of hard work (and help from Cactus Jack), the Radicalz were finally given contracts. As soon as they got employed, though, they turned on Cactus Jack and began a partial team-up with Degeneration-X and "Commissioner" Hunter Hearst Helmsley. They quickly became despised by the fans, as Saturn, Benoit, Malenko, and an injured Guerrero broke every rule to win matches. At No Way Out '00, Saturn, Benoit, and Malenko took on Rakishi and Too Cool. But Malenko was taken out by the Rakishi Driver and pinned, as the Radicals lost their first ppv. Soon after, Benoit would leave the group to wrestle on his own, while Saturn and the rest continued their battles with Too Cool. This soon involved Chyna, the 9th wonder of the world, as she teamed with Too Cool to take on Saturn, Malenko and Guerrero at the next pay-per-view, Wrestlemania 2000. Once again, the Radicals lost, as Guerrero was hit by a Drop Sleeper by Chyna and pinned. This caused a small break-up between the members of the Radicalz, as each moved on to do their own things.

While his other partners wrestled in different divisions, Saturn moved into the Hardcore ranks, where the champion, Crash Holly, had instituted a 24/7 rule. He claimed that he would wrestle anyone, anytime, anywhere. Of course, this meant lots of sneak attacks. At a regular show, a brawl broke out between many of the Hardcore members. At one point, Saturn managed to take down Crash, getting the pin and the WWF Hardcore Title. This didn't last long, as Tazz came after Saturn and took the belt on the same night. This was followed by Crash taking out Tazz to regain his title. Saturn, after having the gold for a very short period, wanted another shot at it, and entered the 6-Man Hardcore Brawl at Backlash '00 against the Hardcore Champion Crash, his brother Hardcore Holly, Tazz, and the Hardy Boyz. After Saturn knocked out Tazz with a stop sign, he, Hardcore, and the Hardys destroyed each other, while Crash made the one arm pin on the downed Tazz, retaining his title.

Things then heated up between the former Radicalz, as Saturn and Malenko started feuding between each other due to Malenko's interference in Saturn's matches. When Guerrero, now partnered with his "mamacita", Chyna, tried to get involved, Saturn and Malenko then turned on him. The three men decided to meet in a Triangle match at Judgement Day '00, in a bout for Guerrero's European Title. At first, it seemed that Saturn & Malenko were working together on Guerrero. This changed quickly when Saturn attacked Malenko, breaking up the partnership. The match featured Saturn & Malenko surprisingly using each other's submission holds on each other, as Saturn put Malenko in the Texas Cloverleaf, followed by Malenko latching on the Rings of Saturn. Guerrero broke up the holds both times. The match was decided partially by Chyna, who tripped up Malenko, allowing Guerrero to hit him with a lead pipe (which was hidden in some roses). Guerrero got the pin, keeping the European Title.

Saturn's next move was in the King of the Ring Tournament. In the first round, he managed to take out D'Von Dudley, a big win in its own right. But Saturn then lost in the Qualifying Round to Bull Bucannon, which kept him out of the pay-per-view. Saturn then continued his feud with Eddie Guerrero and Chyna, getting Terri on his side. The two men fought at Fully Loaded, with a lot of interference from Chyna & Terri, both against each other and the men in the match. At one point, Saturn put Chyna through a table, basically eliminating her from the fight. This allowed Terri to get a low blow on Guerrero, allowing Saturn to get a flying elbow drop and win the match, gaining the WWF European Title for the first time. Saturn then stayed with Terri as she began feuding with the Kat and her escort, Al Snow. At Summerslam '00, Terri faced off against the Kat, with Saturn and Snow on the outside. Saturn interfered when he could, trying to help his lady Terri get the win. But Snow proved the deciding factor, knocking out first Saturn then Terri with "Head", helping the Kat give the "Stinkface" to Terri for the win.

A few days after the PPV, Saturn lost the European Title to Snow. He and Snow would continue to feud in the coming weeks, leading into the Hardcore Division, where both have been known to travel. At Unforgiven '00, Saturn and Snow were two of the participants in the Hardcore Battle Royal, where for 10 minutes, the title could change hands after every pinfall. The other participants were the current champ Steve Blackman, Crash Holly, Sho Funaki, and Test. Early on in the fight, Crash pinned Blackman to get the belt. Saturn then took out Crash and pinned him seconds later, becoming the Hardcore Champion for the second time. His second reign lasted almost as long as the first, as he was pinned by Blackman 5 minutes later. Blackman then held off the other competitors for the final minute, keeping the belt after the PPV. Saturn was then quiet for a few weeks, not wrestling much, and not appearing at No Mercy '00.

After No Mercy, when Chris Benoit was battling the Roaddogg in a match, Dean Malenko surprisingly came out and aided him, causing interference to get Benoit the win. It seemed that Benoit & Malenko had reformed their alliance. A few days later, Benoit & Malenko fought against HHH & the Roaddogg in a tag match. Saturn then appeared, rejoining his former partners and helping them again take down their opposition. Eddie Guerrero would later come back as well, uniting the Radicalz once again. This started a major war between the Radicalz and the reformed Degeneration-X. During the feud, the Radicalz struck a bond with Triple H, becoming his "gang". At the Survivor Series '00, the Radicalz and Degeneration-X brought out an old tradition, fighting in an Elimination match. Saturn, Benoit, Guerrero, and Malenko met up with Chyna, "The One" Billy Gunn, K-Kwik, and the Roaddogg. Chyna was quickly taken out by her former ally Guerrero, who knocked her cold with the Intercontinental Title. D-X struck back soon enough, with Gunn taking care of Guerrero with a modified sleeper/slam. The Radicalz worked harder as a team, though, with Benoit eliminating K-Kwik and Saturn putting the Dogg out. Gunn tried to fight back, eliminating Malenko with the Fameasser. But Saturn and Benoit were too strong, getting rid of Gunn using (illegal) teamwork. Saturn and Benoit "survived", getting the Radicalz the victory.

Saturn slipped back into the Hardcore division for a while, having a short feud with Steve Blackman, the Hardcore Champion. Blackman defeated Saturn at Rebellion '00, though, and Saturn then returned to the Radicalz, as they began a feud with the Hardy Boys and their manager/valet, Lita. After repeated encounters, the two groups got together at Armageddon 2000, in another Elimination match. This time it was the Radicalz sans Benoit vs. Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, and Lita. The shots went back and forth, and Guerrero was the first to go, feeling the Twist of Fate from Lita followed by the Swanton Bomb from Jeff Hardy. Saturn got revenge for his partner, though, eliminating Jeff less than a minute later. Saturn then tagged in and out with Malenko, doing a lot of double-teaming on Matt Hardy. But Hardy turned things around and took out Saturn with his Twist of Fate, making it two-on-one against Malenko. Malenko worked through it, however, first eliminating Matt, then forcing Lita to submit, becoming the sole 'survivor' of the bout.

Saturn's next endeavor, going into 2001, became the Royal Rumble. He entered the event fairly early on, and fought for a short time. Unfortunately, Saturn was one of the men destroyed by Kane, who came in and emptied the ring. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin went on to win the Rumble. Saturn stayed with the Radicalz while they continued their feud with the Hardy Boys & Lita. But problems again arose between the members, as Benoit and Guerrero had a falling out. Saturn & Malenko stuck with Guerrero, aiding him in his fights. This became the majority of Saturn's airtime, as he has not been in a pay-per-view match since the Rumble. He did made himself more 'visible', however, bleaching his mustache a bright yellow.

At Wrestlemania XVII, Saturn came to the ring with Eddie Guerrero, who fought against the European Champion, Test. Saturn helped out as much as he could, getting in various cheap shots throughout the match. At the end of the fight, while Malenko kept the ref distracted, Saturn tossed Guerrero the European belt. Guerrero knocked out Test and got the pin, getting the victory and the gold. The next night, the Radicalz came to the ring and taunted Test, believing that he was alone. However, Test brought out the Acolytes with him, starting a 6-man Tag match that was eventually won by his group, after a big boot to the face of Saturn. The Radicalz continued to feud with Test, who soon brought in allies in the form of "The One" Billy Gunn & Raven. In a 6-man tag match at the 4/16 Raw, the faces got the win, after Raven hit the Evenflow on Guerrero.

The week before Backlash '01, Saturn came out alongside Eddie Guerrero in his European Title defense against Matt Hardy. During the fight, Saturn was knocked to the outside by Jeff Hardy, injuring his arm on the steps. Matt Hardy then defeated Guerrero for the title. Saturn's arm injury was minor, as he wrestled the next week at the England PPV, Insurrextion, teaming with Malenko to defeat Hardcore & Crash Holly. This made them eligible for the Tag-Team Turmoil bout at Judgement Day, back in the States. Saturn & Malenko were one of the first teams out, facing off against the aPa (Farooq & Bradshaw). The winner of the match would get a tag-team title shot on Raw. The Radicalz fought hard, but in the end, Farooq took out Saturn with a spinebuster and got the victory, making them the first team eliminated in the match.

On Raw, the Radicalz sought retribution, facing off against the aPa once again. Unfortunately, the match went about the same way, despite Terri flashing the aPa, as the former Acolytes took out Saturn with a violent double-gutwrench powerbomb. Afterwards, medics checked on Saturn, who seemed really out of it. On Smackdown, Malenko faced off in singles competition against Raven, getting the victory after Saturn hit Raven with a neckbreaker. After the match, Raven got retribution, dropping Saturn on the chair with his DDT. Once again, Saturn was badly out of it, talking strangely later in the night. Saturn's concussion continued to get worse as the weeks went on, as he would say unusual statements during interview segments. During a "Bra and Panties" match between Terri & Trish Stratus, Saturn came out in a trenchcoat, dropping it to show that he, too, was wearing a bra and panties. Terri quickly got him backstage, though, covering him with the trenchcoat again.

At the next Smackdown, Saturn teamed up with Dean Malenko to face the Dudleys. During the match, while Malenko was trying to fight off both Dudleyz in the ring, Saturn found a pair of Dudley glasses. He put them on, then climbed the turnbuckle and called for the "Wazzzuup" maneuver. The Dudleyz obliged him, holding Malenko's legs so that Saturn could headbutt him low. Saturn then hit D'von Dudley's chest and said "Get the Muffins!" Instead, Saturn was attacked and dropped with the 3-D, losing the match for his team. With Saturn's mental capacity decreasing by the day, it's unknown how much longer he can remain a stable wrestler. After another head shot from Steve Blackman on the next Raw, Malenko & Terri pleaded with Commissioner Regal to give Saturn Smackdown off. Regal agreed, after Saturn told him that "the British fought dragons". However, the day off didn't help, as Saturn only managed to intrigue Malenko's date during their dining at a restaurant. This angered Terri, who tried to hit the woman with a pan, and instead hit Saturn instead.

Recently, Saturn has been appearing with a mop he found during a match-up, using it as his own personal ally along with Terri and Dean. He also has been caught trying to use other wrestlers' maneuvers, including an attempt of Scotty Too Hotty's W-O-R-M on his own partner. Dean stopped him, throwing him out of the ring, but then was knocked out and hit by the W-O-R-M anyway. Saturn later painted a face on the mop ala "Castaway". He was also approached by Paul Heyman about rejoining ECW and getting 'help', but replied by saying "snasages", then "you're welcome", his new catch-phrase.

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Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (43 - 48, 2 NCs, 1 Draw)
- USWA Tag Title Tournament (April '94) = The Eliminators (Saturn & John Kronus) beat Spellbinder & Jeff Gaylord and the Moondogs before losing in the finals to Brian Christopher & Eddie Gilbert.
- USWA Title Tournament (October '94) = Saturn defeated Jeff Gaylord, then lost to Buddy Landel. Tommy Rich won the tournament.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July '95) = The Eliminators & Hector Garza lost to Mil Mascaras, Bob Backlund & Jimmy Snuka.
- ECW Gangstas Paradise (September 16, '95) = The Eliminators & Jason Knight took down Taz & the Steiner Brothers.
- ECW November To Remember '95 (November 18) = The Eliminators were beaten by the Pitbulls.
- ECW December to Dismember '95 (December 9) = The Eliminators defeated the Pitbulls. Later that night, the Eliminators, the Heavenly Bodies, Stevie Richards, & Raven lost an "Ultimate Jeopardy Steel Cage" Match to the Pitbulls, The Public Enemy, & Tommy Dreamer.
- ECW Holiday Hell '95 (December 29) = The Eliminators took down the Pitbulls.
- ECW House Party '96 (January 5) = The Eliminators fell to Rey Mysterio Jr & 911.
- ECW Cyberslam '96 (February 17, '96) = The Eliminators & Stevie Richards lost a "Triple Dog Collar" Match to Francine & the Pitbulls.
- ECW Big Ass Extreme Bash (March 8, '96) = The Eliminators kept the ECW World Tag-Team Titles, beating the Pitbulls.
- ECW Big Ass Extreme Bash (March 9, '96) = The Eliminators stayed the ECW Tag Champs, defeating Buh Buh Ray Dudley & Hack Myers.
- ECW A Matter of Respect '96 (May 11) = The Eliminators & Brian Lee fell to Tommy Dreamer & the Gangstas.
- ECW Fight the Power (June 1, '96) = The Eliminators defended the ECW World Tag straps, winning over the Gangstas.
- ECW Hardcore Heaven '96 (June 22) = The Eliminators retained the ECW Tag Belts after fighting to a No-Contest with The Gangstas.
- ECW Heat Wave '96 (July 13) = The Eliminators stayed the ECW Tag-Team Champions, beating Mikey Whipwreck & Sabu.
- ECW The Doctor Is In (August 3, '96) = The Eliminators lost the ECW Tag-Team Titles to the Gangstas in a "Four Way Dance". The other participants were the Samoan Gangsta Party and the Harris Brothers.
- ECW Natural Born Killaz (August 24, '96) = The Eliminators lost a "Steel Cage" Match to the ECW Tag Champs, the Gangstas.
- ECW Unlucky Lottery (September 13, '96) = Saturn fell to Pitbull #2.
- ECW When Worlds Collide II (September 14, '96) = The Eliminators & Brian Lee defeated Tommy Dreamer, Terry Gordy, & Steve Williams.
- ECW Ultimate Jeopardy '96 (October 5) = The Eliminators lost to the ECW Tag-Team Champions, the Gangstas.
- ECW High Incident (October 26, '96) = The Eliminators took down Terry Gordy & Steve Williams.
- ECW November To Remember '96 (November 16, '96) = The Eliminators fought Sabu and Rob Van Dam to a draw. Later in the night, the two tag-teams lost a "Tag Triangle" Match to the ECW Tag Champs The Gangstas.
- ECW Holiday Hell '96 (December 7) = Saturn was pinned by Sabu.
- ECW House Party '97 (January 11) = The Eliminators retained the ECW Tag-Team straps, beating D-Von Dudley & Axl Rotten.
- ECW Winter Blowout '97 (January 31) = The Eliminators kept the ECW Tag Titles, winning over Chris Candido & Brian Lee.
- ECW Crossing The Line Again (February 1, '97) = The Eliminators defended the ECW Tag belts, defeating Rob Van Dam & Sabu.
- ECW Cyberslam '97 (February 21) = The Eliminators retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, once again taking down Rob Van Dam & Sabu.
- ECW Cyberslam '97 (February 22) = The Eliminators kept the ECW Tag-Team straps, winning a "Tables & Ladders" Match over Rob Van Dam & Sabu.
- ECW Mountain Top Madness (February 28, '97) = The Eliminators stayed the ECW Tag Champs, beating the Pitbulls.
- ECW Hostile City Showdown '97 (March 15) = The Eliminators lost the ECW Tag Titles to the Dudley Boyz.
- ECW Barely Legal '97 (April 13) = The Eliminators defeated the Dudley Boyz to win back the ECW Tag Titles.
- ECW Chapter 2 (May 10, '97) = The Eliminators kept the ECW Tag-Team Titles, beating PG-13.
- ECW Wrestlepalooza '97 (June 7) = The Eliminators retained the ECW Tag straps, beating the Dudley Boyz.
- WCW World War III '97 = Perry Saturn retained the WCW TV Title by defeating the Disco Inferno.
- WCW Starrcade '97 = Saturn forced Chris Benoit to submit in a "No DQ" Match.
- WCW Boston Brawl (January '98) = Saturn and Raven lost to the Steiner Brothers.
- WCW Spring Stampede '98 = Saturn was beaten by Bill Goldberg.
- WCW Slamboree '98 = Saturn again lost to Goldberg, who defended his WCW US Belt.
- WCW Great American Bash '98 = Saturn was pinned by Kanyon.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '98 = In a "No-Disqualification" Match, Saturn lost to Raven.
- WCW Road Wild '98 = Saturn defeated Raven and Kanyon in a "Triple Threat" Match.
- WCW Fall Brawl '98 = Saturn managed to win over Raven, thus freeing the Flock.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '98 = Saturn destroyed Lodi.
- WCW World War III '98 = Saturn and Kaz Hayashi lost to "The Cat" Ernest Miller and Sonny Onoo. Later in the night, Saturn competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Kevin Nash.
- WCW Starrcade '98 = Saturn defeated Ernest "The Cat" Miller.
- WCW Souled Out '99 = Saturn was defeated by Chris Jericho in the "Loser Wears A Dress" Match.
- WCW Superbrawl IX ('99) = Saturn DDV'ed both Chris Jericho and referee Scott Dickinson, then left the ring, losing via Countout.
- WCW Uncensored '99 = Saturn defeated Chris Jericho in a Dog-Collar match, hitting two DVD's.
- WCW Spring Stampede '99 = Saturn and Raven lost to Chris Benoit & Dean Malenko, after Arn Anderson's interference.
- WCW Slamboree '99 = Saturn & Raven, with help from Kanyon, defeated Rey Misterio Jr & Kidman (the former champs) and Benoit & Malenko, becoming the Tag-Team Champs.
- WCW Great American Bash '99 = Saturn and Chris Benoit lost the tag-team titles to Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon.
- WCW Bash at the Beach '99 = Saturn and Benoit again lost to the Triad in a tag-team match, as Saturn was hit by a Diamond Cutter-Ashbury Park combination.
- WCW Road Wild '99 = Saturn, Dean Malenko and Shane Douglas defeated Curt Hennig, Barry Windham, and Bobby Duncum Jr.
- WCW Fall Brawl '99 = Saturn was beaten by the Television Champ, Rick Steiner.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '99 = Saturn lost, via DQ, to Eddie Guerrero.
- WCW Mayhem '99 = Saturn, Dean Malenko & Asya fought an Elimination match with Eddie Guerrero, Billy Kidman, and Torrie Wilson. Saturn was the sole 'survivor'.
- WCW Starrcade '99 = Saturn, Dean Malenko, Shane Douglas & Asya defeated Jim Duggan, Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda & Rick Steiner.
- WCW Souled Out '00 = Saturn lost a "Bunkhouse" match to Billy Kidman.
- WWF No Way Out '00 = Saturn, Dean Malenko & Chris Benoit were defeated by Rakishi & Too Cool.
- WWF Wrestlemania '00 = Saturn, Eddie Guerrero, and Dean Malenko lost to Chyna and Too Cool.
- 3rd Annual Brian Pillman Memorial Show (May '00) = Saturn & Dean Malenko lost to Eddie Guerrero & D'Lo Brown.
- WWF Backlash '00 = Saturn was involved in a 6-Man Hardcore Title match, which was won by the Hardcore Champion Crash Holly. The others involved were Tazz, Hardcore Holly & the Hardy Boys.
- WWF Insurrection '00 (England) = Saturn & Dean Malenko were beaten by Too Cool.
- WWF Judgement Day '00 = Saturn lost a Triangle European Title match to Eddie Guerrero. Dean Malenko was the other participant.
- WWF Fully Loaded '00 = Saturn defeated Eddie Guerrero to win the European Championship.
- WWF Unforgiven '00 = Saturn was involved in a Hardcore Title Battle Royal with Steve Blackman, Crash Holly, Sho Funaki, Al Snow, and Test. Saturn pinned Holly to win Hardcore Title, then was pinned by Blackman, who left with the title.
- WWF Survivor Series '00 = Saturn, Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero fought in an Elimination match with Chyna, Billy Gunn, K-Kwik and the Roaddogg. Saturn and Benoit were the 'survivors'.
- WWF Rebellion '00 = Saturn lost to the Hardcore Champion Steve Blackman.
- WWF Armageddon '00 = Saturn, Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero fought in an Elimination match with Lita and the Hardy Boyz. Saturn was eliminated by Matt Hardy. Malenko was the sole 'survivor'.
- WWF Royal Rumble '01 = Saturn competed in the Royal Rumble match, which was won by "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
- WWF Insurrextion '01 (May 5) = Saturn & Dean Malenko defeated Crash & Hardcore Holly.
- WWF Judgement Day '01 = Saturn & Dean Malenko competed in the Tag-Team Turmoil match, which was won by Chris Jericho & Chris Benoit.
- OVW "The Last Dance" (June 27, '01) = Saturn & Dean Malenko fell to the OVW Southern Tag-Team Champs, Brock Lesner & Brian Keck (subbing for Shelton Benjamin).
- WWF Unforgiven '01 = Saturn defeated Raven.
- WWF Survivor Series '01 = Saturn competed in an "Immunity Battle Royal", which was won by Test.
- WWF Royal Rumble '02 = Saturn competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Hunter Hearst Helmsley.
- WWA Retribution (December 6, '02) = Saturn lost a "No Disqualification Triangle" Match to Sabu. Simon Diamond was the other participant.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February 16, '03) = Saturn & Josh Barnett fell to Yuji Nagata & Blue Wolf.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #37, March 26, '03) = Saturn, the Sandman & the New Church won a "Sadistic Madness" Match over Christopher Daniels, Elix Skipper & the Harris Brothers.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #38, April 2, '03) = Saturn, New Jack & the Sandman defeated Christopher Daniels & the Harris Brothers.
- USPW Elks Lodge Show (April 5, '03) = Saturn fell to Mahoney.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #39, April 9, '03) = Saturn took down Mike Barton.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #40, April 16, '03) = Saturn lost, via DQ, to Mike Awesome.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #41, April 23, '03) = Saturn, New Jack & the Sandman won a "Baseball Bat, Barbed Wire, Tables & Ladders" Match over Mike Awesome & the New Church.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #42, April 30, '03) = Saturn & Justin Credible won a "Four-Way Tag" Match over America's Most Wanted, the Harris Brothers and the New Church.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #43, May 7, '03) = Saturn competed in the "Anarchy in the Asylum" Battle Royal, which was won by Glen Gilbertti.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #44, May 14, '03) = Saturn was pinned by Glen Gilbertti.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #49, June 18, '03) = Saturn fought to a No-Contest with Kenzo Suzuki.

Title Summary:
- IWF Light Heavyweight Champion (??/??/??)
- IWF Tag-Team Champion w/ Terra Rizing (??/??/??)
- USWA Tag-Team Champion w/ John Kronos (5/02/94 - 6/13/94)
- ECW World Tag-Team Champion w/ John Kronos (2/03/96 - 8/03/96)
- ECW World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ John Kronos (12/20/96 - 3/15/97)
- ECW World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ John Kronos (4/13/97 - 6/20/97)
- WCW World Television Champion (11/03/97 - 12/08/97)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion w/ Raven (5/09/99 - 5/31/99)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Chris Benoit (6/10/99 - 6/13/99)
- WWF Hardcore Champion (4/11/00)
- WWF European Heavyweight Champion (7/23/00 - 8/31/00)
- WWF Hardcore Champion(2) (9/24/00)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 1 1st RU, 1 2nd RU, 0 3rd RUs)
- 1996 Tag-Team of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Eliminators)
- 1997 Most Inspirational Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up