||June 21, 1961
||Fuquay Varina, North Carolina
|Height & Weight:
|| 5'11" - 225 lbs
Mark Curtis (Brian Hildebrand)
||1978 (in other roles)
1981 (as a manager)
|| Greg "Punk Rock" Mason
Shah of Grog
The Hardyz & Venom (WWF cliq)
Southern States "Manager of the Year" (1996);
SCW "Manager of the Year" (1996);
1981: Greg Mosorjak debuted in West Virginia Championship Wrestling as Greg "Punk Rock" Mason..
August 19, 1994: Changed gimmick to "Count Grog"; debuted gimmick at Carolina Beach, NC for ACW..
January 7, 1995: Count Grog led Boris Dragoff to winning the very First SCW title in a 1 night Tournament!
December 9, 1995 - Souther States Wrestling: "Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant beat Count Grog in a 5-minute challenge..
January 3, 1997: Count Grog was chosen as Southern States "Manager of the Year"..
November 22, 1997: Count Grog was chosen as SCW "Manager of the Year"..
June 7, 1998 - ICW: Skinhead #1 chose Count Grog as his partner and given one half of the ICW tag titles..
~~~They lost the tag titles that night when Heartbreak Express pinned Grog to win the belts in Yanceyville, NC..
November 29, 1998: Count Grog defeated midget Sweetie Pop in a Challenge match in Raleigh, NC..
December 5, 1998: Count Grog led Christin York to victory in winning the Omega Jr. Heavyweight title..
~~~Christian York defeated Joey Matthews and Caprice Coleman and Shannon Moore in a 4-WAY to win the title..
November 29, 1999: Count Grog led Shane Helms to the SCW title over Otto Schwanz in Raleigh, NC..
February 22, 2001: Count Grog defeated Anthony Overdrive for SCW Brass Knuckles title..
~~~Count Grog was later pinned in same match by Justin Drive to lose title right away..
October 25, 2001: Count Grog pinned Justin Drive to win SCW Hardcore Title in Raleigh, NC..
November 18, 2001: Count Grog managed Major DeBeers to the SCW title and retired from wrestling in Carrboro, NC..
March 1, 2002: Count Grog came out of retirement in Louisburg, NC..
November 20, 2004: Count Grog led Otto Schwanz to the SCW title over CW Anderson..
~~~The SCW promotion closed its doors and Count Grog went back into temporary retirement..
May 7, 2005: Count Grog came out of retirement to appear on Mark Curtis Memorial show in Johnson City, TN..