Sid Vicious

Height: 6'9"

Weight: 313 lbs

Real Name: Sid Eudy

DOB: 7/04/1960

Hometown: West Memphis, Arkansas

Other Names: Lord Humongous (CWF, CWA), Vicious Warrior (NJPW), Sycho Sid (ECW, WWF), Sid Justice (WWF)

Wrestler Since: 1987

Finishing Maneuvers: Powerbomb

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #18(2000), #63(1999), #230(1998), #50(1997), #40(1996), #34(1995), #143(1994), #25(1993), #16(1991)

Other Related Websites:
The Four Horsemen - Rollercoaster Bio
Sid Vicious - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Sid Vicious - Wikipedia Bio

History: For years, Sid Eudy has been one of the most feared wrestlers in the game, becoming one of only a few wrestlers to have competed in all three major organizations at or near the top of the ladder. Although one of the powerhouses in wrestling history, Sid still lacks the respect of the fans. But true wrestling followers know the great skills of this man.

Sid enetered the wrestling business after meeting with "Macho Man" Randy Savage, who saw the man's potential. After some training, Sid began his career in the CWF, where he wrestled as Lord Humongous. He wrestled well, earning the World Title there. He went on to the CWA in '88, and again worked his way to the top, defeating Brian Lee for the CWA Heavyweight Title. He held the belt for a month before losing to Wendall Cooley. Soon after, Sid decided to head to the big time, and went to WCW. He became Sid Vicious, a man feared for the way he could destroy his opponents. Sid first teamed with Vader, calling themselves the Masters of the Powerbomb. This team was short-lived, and Vicious soon teamed up with Dan Spivey instead, to create the Skyscrapers, a very dangerous tag-team. The duo fought together against many opponents over the next few years, including winning the King of the Hill tournament at the Great American Bash '89. Sid also started becoming known as a good heel singles wrestler, feuding with El Gigante, Sting, and others. Still, big wins over major wrestlers were few and far between, until Sid became involved in the biggest stable in the industry.

At Halloween Havoc '90, Sid Vicious was slated to face the NWA champion, Sting, in the main event. Through the event, Sting seemed to have the advantage, eventually chasing Sid backstage, while the Four Horsemen, who were feuding with Sting, came to the ring. When "Sting" and Sid returned to the ring from backstage, Sid apparently pinned the champion to win the title. However, a few minutes later, the real Sting ran to the ring, showing that the "Sting" who had been pinned was actually Barry Windham. Sting then pinned Sid to retain his title. Still, Sid's name was now intertwined with the Four Horsemen, as he officially came to be with them. Sid would stay a member of the Horsemen for the next few months, wrestling with them in the first Fall Brawl Wargames match, before leaving WCW. He went for most of '91 to different organizations, including the CWA once again, where he won the Texas Heavyweight Title from Tom Pritchard (once again known as Lord Humongous). Only a week later, Pritchard reclaimed the title, and Sid left again.

Sid next appeared in the WWF as Sid Justice, and at first was thought of as an honorable wrestler. He seemed to befriend Hogan, and aided him occassionally. But when Hogan eliminated Justice from the Royal Rumble '92 (from the outside), Sid began a major feud with him. At Wrestlemania VIII, they met in the main event, with Hogan winning via DQ when Sid couldn't control his rage. This was Justice's big moment in the WWF for the time being, as he soon departed them and again wrestled in smaller organizations for a time. Justice soon returned to "Vicious-ness" in WCW.

Sid Vicious joined up with Big Van Vader once again, and the two fought with various partners against Sting and his factions. The two groups met at consecutive PPVs, with Sting's faction normally coming out on top. Sid Vicious was still gaining ground in the world of wrestling, though, until an ugly incident in October '93. It was soon after the Halloween Havoc PPV, where Sid had lost to Sting. By all reports, Sid went to Arn Anderson's hotel room one night, to settle an 'argument.' Unfortunately, a pair of scissors were nearby. Both men suffered multiple stab wounds in the battle, although Arn's wounds far exceeded Sid's (20 to 4). Sid was quickly dropped from WCW, his career forever tarnished. This brawl showed that "Vicious" was a very good nickname for the 6'9" monster.

Sid, for the next two years, went around trying to continue to work in the business he had made his career. He wrestled in the USWA, where he became the Unified World Heavyweight champion there in July '94 when Jerry Lawler vacated the belt. Sid would hold the title until February '95, when Lawler reclaimed his gold (something he held over 20 times). In early '95, Sycho Sid came back to the WWF, given his chance to redeem himself. He faced many wrestlers, from Diesal to Henry Godwinn to Vader, earning the respect of the fans. He slowly climbed the ladder in '96, becoming a contender for the World Title. He also wrestled briefly in the USWA one more time, beating Lawler for the Heavyweight Title, only to lose it back to him a few days later. Sid then started concentrating mainly on the WWF.

At the Survivor Series in '96, Sid realized the big time, defeating Shawn Michaels to become the WWF Heavyweight Champion of the World. He would defend the belt for the next few months, against men like Bret Hart and the Undertaker, before Michaels won the belt back at the Royal Rumble. Sid, undeterred, waited as Michaels became injured, forfeiting the title. Bret Hart won the belt at the Final Four contest, defeating Steve Austin, Vader, and the Undertaker. The next night, Sid took down Hart to become a 2-time WWF champ. At Wrestlemania XIII, though, the Undertaker took Sid down, taking the World Title. A month or so later, Sid ventured away from the WWF to once again travel the path of the wrestling organizations.

In January '99 in Extreme Championship Wrestling, John Kronus, slowly becoming more and more unstable, attacked referee Jeff Jones savagely. At the next PPV, Guilty As Charged, Jones came out and told Kronus that he would pay for the attack, then brought out Sid Vicious, who had been heavily announced for the show as someone who had 'tore through' the other federations. Vicious promptly destroyed Kronus, winning in just over a minute with a Powerbomb. Despite some great matches against the like of Justin Credible, Sid didn't stay with ECW long. In June '99, Sid Vicious surprisingly reappeared in WCW, the organization that had been the sight of his biggest blackmark. He attacked Kevin Nash, the reigning Heavyweight Champion, at the Great American Bash '99, causing the DQ and saving "Macho Man" Randy Savage. Sid and Savage then teamed together against Nash, who brought Sting into the mix. Although there was some doubt as to whose side Sting was on, the four went into the next PPV, Bash at the Beach '99, with the World Title on the line for whoever got the pinfall victory. Savage pinned Nash, allowing him to become the champ (at least for one night), while Sid got the win.

Strangely, over the next few weeks, Sid joined with Nash, his nemesis, along with Rick Steiner. The three teamed together against Sting, Hulk Hogan (who won the title from Savage), and Bill Goldberg. The two groups clashed continuously, moving into Road Wild '99. At the PPV, Sid faced off 1-on-1 with Sting, and shocked the world by defeating the Franchise cleanly after a Chokeslam. Sid used this momentum to move forward in his quest to become the Millenium Man of WCW, attacking many wrestlers during their matches and counting them as a victory for himself. He, with Rick Steiner, continued to challenge Bill Goldberg, saying that his win-loss record would soon be the same as Da Man's. This got him into a feud with Chris Benoit, who currently held the United States Title. They finally set up a match at Fall Brawl '99, with Sid dodging Benoit's Flying Headbutt in the end, then powerbombing him for the victory, and the US Title, Sid's first WCW Title reign.

Now with gold around his waist, Sid's feud with Bill Goldberg got even larger. With the Outsiders (Nash & Scott Hall) aiding him, Sid routinely triple-teamed Goldberg, as well as squashing two wrestlers at a time to raise his "winning streak". They finally met at Halloween Havoc, in a brutal battle between the two that started backstage. As they came out, with Sid already bleeding, the Outsiders interfered, double-teaming Goldberg to allow Sid to get back into it. But Sid continued to bleed, eventually getting his face covered in blood when Goldberg retook control. Finally, the refs couldn't take any more, and called the match due to excessive bleeding. Thus, Sid lost the match, and Goldberg took the US Title.

The next night, it was announced that the WCW World Title was vacant, and that there would be a Tournament set up. In the first round, Goldberg faced off against an injured Bret Hart. With the aid of Vicious & the Outsiders, Goldberg lost the match, as Hart made the pin, unaware of the sneak attack. Later in the tournament, however, Vicious was set against Scott Hall, and lost due to interference from Goldberg. The fuel was again burning between them, as neither one made it past the first round of the tournament because of the other. Sid & the Outsiders stayed aligned, though, against Goldberg and his new ally, Hart, causing numerous brawls between the two groups. In one fight, it was a Four Corners match for the vacated US Title, between Vicious, Goldberg, Hart, & Scott Hall. Thanks to Kevin Nash (the referee), Hall got the win and the belt. Goldberg & Vicious continued to go at it, leading up to the next PPV, where the two men signed to fight in an "I Quit" match. At Mayhem, the battle went back and forth for a few minutes, then Goldberg took control, eventually forcing Sid to pass out in a Cobra Clutch maneuver. Once again, Da Man had defeated Vicious.

Surprisingly enough, not long after the battle at Mayhem, Vicious began allying himself with Goldberg, breaking off from the Outsiders, who had replaced him with Jeff Jarrett. The two groups feuded, with Bret Hart & Chris Benoit forming a third unit. Vicious focused his energies on Nash, since both were known for their ring-rattling powerbombs. At Starrcade '99, they fought in a Powerbomb match, with the winner being the one who could powerbomb the other behemoth. Nearing the end of the match, the referee was accidentally ko'ed. Soon after, Sid powerbombed Nash, but the ref, out cold, missed it. Jarrett then came to the ring and knocked out Vicious with his guitar. Nash then attempted the powerbomb, couldn't manage it, and then went and woke the referee, saying that he DID powerbomb him. The ref, still stunned and hurting, awarded the win to Nash, and for the third straight pay-per-view, Sid took the loss. He later competed in the World Tag-Team Title Tournament, drawing the Wall as his partner. They lost in the first round, though, to Scott Steiner & Kevin Nash.

In the beginning of '00, an injury to Bret Hart vacated the World Heavyweight Title. Two men were finally picked to contend for the gold at Souled Out: Chris Benoit & Sid Vicious. The two had been allies for a few weeks, teaming against Jeff Jarrett & the Outsiders, but the ties quickly broke down when the World Title went on the line. It wasn't helped that Arn Anderson, Benoit's ally in the IV Horsemen (and the man that Sid had stabbed repeatedly once upon a time) became the referee for the fight. As the two fought for the biggest belt in the company, the locker room emptied, with many stars watching the battle from a better vantage point. Throughout the fight, Benoit worked over Sid's knee, hammering it with dropkicks, stair-shots, a figure-four, and more. In the end, Sid's Chokeslam only got him a 2 count, since Benoit was in the ropes. As Vicious argued with Anderson about the call, Benoit came from behind, getting the Crippler Crossface and making Vicious submit, winning the World Title. However, the next night, it was announced that since Vicious was actually on the ropes as well when the Crossface was applied, the decision was reversed (when in actuality it was because of Benoit leaving the company for the WWF).

With the belt still up in the air, Vicious continued to feud with Kevin Nash, who, after beating Terry Funk at Souled Out, was now the Commissioner of WCW. Nash put Vicious into a singles battle against Jeff Jarrett to "qualify" for the shot at the belt, while also outlawing Vicious' powerbomb. Vicious, though, came through, taking out Don Harris (who subbed for Jarrett) to get to the title match against Nash himself. With the powerbomb still outlawed, Nash using his power against him, & the nWo forces fighting him, things looked bad for Vicious. But he turned it around, stealing Jarrett's guitar from him and knocking out Nash for the victory, becoming the WCW World Heavyweight Champion for the first time. This was a milestone for Vicious, who became one of only a few wrestlers to win both the WWF & WCW World Titles during their careers.

At the next show, though, "Commissioner" Nash again used his power, stripping Vicious because he pinned Don Harris instead of Jarrett at the last show. Nash then made himself the World Champion. Vicious, of course, disagreed with Nash, and a Steel Cage match was set up for later that night, with Vicious facing a double-team of Nash & Ron Harris. Vicious came through, though, winning despite the double-team, and again walked out with the WCW World Title. Vicious continued to fight against the nWo, even as they began to disperse, feuding among themselves. This led to both Scott Hall & Jeff Jarrett being named the #1 Contenders to Vicious' title. After Jarrett took out Nash, he took over the Commissionership, and used the Harris Boys to help him get the edge. At Superbrawl X, the three faced off, with a number of referees coming through the match and getting taken out. The Harris Brothers were also at ringside, aiding Jarrett against Vicious & Hall. Things looked bleak when Jarrett's personal referee, Mark Johnson, came out and took over. But "Rowdy" Roddy Piper then appeared, wearing a ref's uniform, and took out Johnson, then made the count when Vicious Powerbombed Jarrett, keeping the belt around Sid's waist.

Jarrett, furious at what happened, continued to come after Vicious and his World Title for the next month, with repeated battles between the two. Jarrett was still the "Commissioner", which meant a lot of problems for Vicious. Vicious, though, began to get aid from the returning Hulk Hogan. At Uncensored '00, Vicious & Jarrett had their rematch for the World Title. During the bout, the assigned ref was taken out by Jarrett, and Mark Johnson again came out to give Jarrett the edge. But before Johnson could give the win to Jarrett, Hogan came out and stopped the count. He then beat on Jarrett enough to allow Vicious to get the win and keep the title. However, after the match, Jarrett, the Harris Brothers, & Scott Steiner beat on the two wrestlers. Vicious, though, continued to hold the World Title, at least for another few weeks.

In April '00, Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo took over WCW, immediately vacating every title, including the World belt. Vicious confronted Russo about it, but threats towards his job forced him to drop the belt. Vicious immediately became part of the Millionaire's Club, a formation between the older, more experienced wrestlers. They faced Bischoff & Russo's New Blood, the younger athletes who had not been given the push they thought they deserved. The New Blood's first move was to put the Millionaire's Club against each other in the World Title tournament, while their man, the Chosen One Jeff Jarrett, was given a bye. Vicious faced Sting in the first round, and after interference from the New Blood, Sting got the win and moved on, while Vicious fell out of the World Title picture. He later vanished from sight altogether for the next year.

In November '00, Scott Steiner, the WCW World Champion, was gloating along with his allies after putting Booker T out of action, the same as he had done to Sting. During the celebration, though, Ric Flair brought out Steiner's next opponent: Sid Vicious. Vicious & Steiner brutally fought for the next few weeks leading up to Starrcade '00. At the PPV, they went at it for the World Title. During the battle, Steiner put his submission hold, the Steiner Recliner, on Vicious, but Sid made it to the ropes. Later on, Steiner's valet, Midajah, tried to interfere, but hit Steiner by mistake. The same thing happened when Jeff Jarrett made an appearance, but Jarrett stopped the referee from making the count afterwards. In the end, after all the interference, Steiner got the Recliner back on to make Vicious pass out, losing the match.

For the next month, Vicious continued to go after Steiner & Jarrett, getting some aid from the CEO of WCW, Ric Flair. Flair brought in a 'mystery man', who launched attacks on Steiner, Jarrett, & the rest of his crew. It was eventually signed for there to be a Four-Way World Title fight at WCW Sin, the PPV in January '01, between Vicious, Steiner(c), Jarrett, and the mystery man. During the night, Flair announced that he never said when the mystery man would enter the match. This made the fight start with just the three, putting the double-team against Sid. Vicious came back, however, to attack both men. However, when he leaped off the turnbuckle at one point, Vicious landed horribly, getting a compound fracture in his leg which basically ended the match, as the "mystery man" ran down to kick Sid in the head so that Steiner could pin him. The masked man was then revealed as Road Warrior Animal.

The horrible injury put Sid Vicious out of wrestling for a very long time, as he did not return during the Turner-run WCW era. He is supposedly still recovering, healing up his leg and trying to learn how to walk once again. At this point in time, we'll just have to see if Sid Vicious ever returns to the ring.

Pay-Per-View Summary: (29 - 31, 1 NC, 1 DDQ)
- NWA Mid-South Superdome Extravaganza (November '85) = Lord Humongous lost, via DQ, to Jake Roberts.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February '89) = Vicious Warrior was forced to submit by the IWGP Champ, Tatsumi Fujinami.
- WCW Great American Bash '89 = The Skyscrapers (Sid Vicious and Dan Spivey) won the "Two-Ring King of the Hill Battle Royal", which also involved Eddie Gilbert, Terry Gordy, Scott Hall, Bill Irwin, Brian Pillman, Ranger Ross, Mike Rotunda, Ron Simmons, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, and Kevin Sullivan. Later that night, the Skyscrapers defeated Johnny Ace and Shane Douglas.
- WCW Clash of the Champions VIII (Sept '89) = Sid Vicious easily beat Ranger Ross.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '89 = The Skyscrapers lost, via DQ, to the Road Warriors.
- WCW Clash of the Champions IX (Nov '89) = The Skyscrapers were defeated, via DQ, by the Steiner Brothers.
- WCW Great American Bash '90 = Sid Vicious, Arn Anderson, and Barry Windham lost, via DQ, to El Gigante, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff and the Junkyard Dog.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XI (June '90) = Sid Vicious was quickly pinned by Lex Luger.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '90 = Sid Vicious was defeated by the NWA World Champ, Sting, despite the "Horsemen Hoax".
- WCW Clash of the Champions XIII (Nov '90) = Sid Vicious beat the Nightstalker.
- WCW Starrcade '90 = The Skyscrapers took down the Big Cat and the Motorcity Madman.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XIV (Jan '91) = Sid Vicious defeated Joey Maggs in little time.
- WCW Wrestlewar '91 (Feb) = The Four Horsemen (Vicious, Ric Flair, Barry Windham, and Larry Zbysko) won a Wargames match over Sting, Flyin' Brian Pillman and the Steiner Brothers.
- WCW Superbrawl '91 = Sid Vicious was beaten in a Stretcher match by El Gigante.
- WWF King of the Ring Tournament (September 7, '91) = Sid Justice defeated the Warlord, then fought to a Double Disqualification with the Undertaker. Bret Hart won the tournament.
- WWF Royal Rumble '92 = Sid Justice competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Ric Flair (who got the WWF World Title).
- WWF Saturday Night's Main Event #30 (Feb '92) = Sid Justice and Hulk Hogan won, via DQ, over the Undertaker and Ric Flair.
- WWF Wrestlemania VIII ('92) = Sid Justice lost to Hulk Hogan via DQ.
- WWF UK Rampage '92 (April '92) = Sid Justice won, via Countout, over the Undertaker.
- WCW Slamboree '93 = Sid Vicious easily defeated Van Hammer.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXIII (June '93) = Sid Vicious, Vader, and "Ravishing" Rick Rude defeated Sting, Dustin Rhodes, and Davey Boy Smith.
- WCW Beach Blast (July '93) = Sid Vicious and Big Van Vader lost to Sting and Davey Boy Smith.
- WCW Fall Brawl '93 = Sid Vicious, Vader, and Harlem Heat lost the War Games match to Sting, Davey Boy Smith, Dustin Rhodes and the Shockmaster.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '93 = Sid Vicious was defeated by Sting.
- UWF (Abrams) Blackjack Brawl (September '94) = Sid Vicious lost, via DQ, to the UWF Champion Steve Williams.
- WWF In Your House (May '95) = Sycho Sid was beaten, via DQ, by the WWF Heavyweight champ, Diesal.
- WWF King of the Ring '95 = Sycho Sid and Tatanka were beaten by Diesal and Bam-Bam Bigelow.
- WWF In Your House 2 (July '95) = Sycho Sid lost to the WWF champion Diesal in a Lumberjack match.
- WWF In Your House 3 (Sept '95) = Sycho Sid pinned Henry Godwinn.
- WWF In Your House 4 (Oct '95) = Sycho Sid, in a dark match, lost to Henry Godwinn.
- WWF Survivor Series '95 = Sycho Sid, Shawn Michaels, Davey Boy Smith, and Ahmed Johnson faced Razor Ramon, Yokozuna, Owen Hart, and Dean Douglas in an "Elimination Match". Sid was eliminated by Ramon. The rest of his team 'survived'.
- WWF In Your House 5 (Dec '95) = Sycho Sid and the 1-2-3 Kid lost to Razor Ramon and Marty Jannetty.
- WWF Summerslam '96 = Sycho Sid defeated Davey Boy Smith.
- WWF IYH: International Incident (July '96) = Sycho Sid Shawn Michaels, and Ahmed Johnson were defeated by Vader, Owen Hart, and Davey Boy Smith.
- WWF Xperience (August '96) = Sycho Sid beat Vader in a Lumberjack match.
- WWF I-C Title Tournament (Aug - Sept '96) = Sycho Sid defeated HHH, but lost to Farooq. Marc Mero won the tournament.
- WWF IYH: Mind Games (Sept '96) = In a dark match, Sycho Sid defeated Vader.
- WWF IYH: Buried Alive (Oct '96) = Sycho Sid, this time for the cameras, took down Vader.
- WWF Survivor Series '96 = Sycho Sid beat Shawn Michaels to win the WWF Heavyweight belt.
- WWF IYH: It's Time (Dec '96) = Sycho Sid retained the Heavyweight Title, beating Bret Hart.
- WWF Royal Rumble '97 = Sycho Sid lost the WWF Heavyweight Title to Shawn Michaels.
- WWF Wrestlemania XIII ('97) = Sycho Sid was defeated by the Undertaker, losing the Heavyweight Title.
- WWF Kuwaiti Cup Tournament '97 (April) = Sycho Sid lost in the 1st round to Freddie Joe Floyd. Tiger Ali Singh won the tournament.
- WWF King of the Ring '97 = Sycho Sid and the Legion of Doom were beaten by Owen Hart, Jim Neidhart and Davey Boy Smith.
- 3rd Annual Eddie Gilbert Memorial Brawl (Feb '98) = Sid Vicious defeated King Kong Bundy.
- ECW House Party '99 (Jan '99) = Sid defeated Skull von Krush.
- ECW Hardcore Heaven '99 = Sid Vicious and Justin Credible fought to a No-Contest.
- WCW Bash at the Beach '99 = Sid Vicious and "Macho Man" Randy Savage won over Kevin Nash and Sting. Since Savage made the pin on Nash, he became the World Heavyweight Champ.
- WCW Road Wild '99 = Sid Vicious pinned Sting for the win.
- WCW Fall Brawl '99 = Sid Vicious defeated Chris Benoit to win the United States Championship.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '99 = Sid Vicious was knocked out by Bill Goldberg.
- WCW Mayhem '99 = Sid Vicious lost an "I Quit" match to Bill Goldberg.
- WCW Starrcade '99 = Sid Vicious was beaten in a Powerbomb Match by Kevin Nash.
- WCW Souled Out '00 = Sid Vicious was forced to submit to Chris Benoit, who won the World Title. The result was later reversed due to Benoit leaving the federation.
- WCW Superbrawl X ('00) = Sid Vicious retained the WCW World Title, beating Scott Hall & Jeff Jarrett in a Triangle Match.
- WCW Uncensored '00 = Sid Vicious defeated Jeff Jarrett to stay the World Heavyweight Champion.
- WCW Starrcade '00 = Sid Vicious lost, via TKO, to the World Champion Scott Steiner.
- WCW Sin (January '01) = Sid Vicious was beaten by Scott Steiner, who retained his World Title in a Four Way match. Jeff Jarrett & Road Warrior Animal were the other participants.

Title Summary:
- NWA Southeastern Champion (12/25/87 - 88)
- Alabama Continental Tag-Team Champion w/ Shane Douglas (7/18/88 - 88)
- CWF Heavyweight Champion (??/??/??)
- CWA Heavyweight Champion (12/10/88 - 1/09/89)
- CWA Tag-Team Champion w/ Shane Douglas (??/??/??)
- CWA Texas Heavyweight Champion (8/12/91 - 8/19/91)
- USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion (7/16/94 - 2/06/95)
- USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion(2) (8/30/96 - 9/02/96)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion (11/17/96 - 1/19/97)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion(2) (2/17/97 - 3/23/97)
- NWA Wildside (Georgia) Heavyweight Champion (2/25/99 - 4/15/99)
- NWA N.E.W. Champion (??/??/??)
- WCW United States Heavyweight Champion (9/12/99 - 10/24/99)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion (1/24/00 - 1/25/00)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(2) (1/25/00 - 4/00)

PWI Achievement Awards: (1 win, 0 1st RUs, 4 2nd RUs, 0 3rd RUs)
- 1991 Most Inspirational Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up
- 1991 Most Popular Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up
- 1992 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Royal Rumble)
- 1996 Comeback of the Year
- 1996 Most Popular Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up