||"Hustler" Rip Rogers
||February 14, 1955
||Divorced from Miss Brenda Britton
|Height & Weight:
||6'0" - 230 lbs
||The Disco Kid (Tennessee)
Mark Sciarra (WWA)
"Wildfire" Tommy Rich
[Rip Rogers Gallery]
ICW United States Tag Team titles w/Ricky Starr ();
ICW United States Tag Team titles w/Pez Whatley ();
ICW Tag Team titles (2);
MWA World Heavyweight title;
NWA Southeastern Heavyweight title;
NWA National Tag Team titles w/Ted Oates;
NWA Central States Television title;
CWA Mid-America Heavyweight title;
International Championship Wrestling World Tag Team titles (May 1982);
NWA United States Junior Heavyweight title (November 11, 1983);
NWA United States Junior Heavyweight title (March 5, 1984);
NWA Mid-America Heavyweight title (May 19, 1986);
Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling International Heavyweight title (July 14, 1988);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) Caribbean Heavyweight title (May 14, 1989)
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team title (May 17, 1989);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team title ();
Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling International Heavyweight title (1990);
OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) Heavyweight title (3);
OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) Southern Tag Team titles w/Dave the Rave (2);
OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) Southern Tag Team titles w/Jason Lee (1);
1975: Rip Rogers & Gary Royal were the "Convertible Blondes" in Angelo Poffo's ICW and the later added Pez Whatley..
1978: Rip Rogers worked for Nick Gulas in Tennesseee using the name "The Disco Kid"..
1984: Rip Rogers formed a tag team with Ted Oates known as the "Hollywood Blondes" for Jim Crockett Promotions..
Rip Rogers worked for Global Wrestling Federation in a group called the Cartel -- along with Cactus Jack & Scott Anthony..
1988-90: Rip Rogers worked with a successful homosexual gimmick in Giant Baba's All Japan Pro Wrestling..
1997: Rip Rogers formed a tag team with Jason Lee known as the "Suicide Blondes" in Ohio Valley Wrestling in Kentucky..
Rip Rogers was named the head trainer at the Ohio Valley Wrestling training facility - developmental league for the WWE..
March 2004: Rip Rogers was given his release from the WWE as head trainer for WWE developmental talent..