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Overview (3)

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Nickname "Mean" Mike Enos
Height 6' 3" (1.91 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Mike Enos spent all of his wrestling years as a low-card wrestler, never really getting the chance to leave his mark in the sport. His first big break was when he joined the WWF in 1991 as one half of the "Beverly Brothers" as Blake Beverly, along with partner Wayne Bloom,. who wrestled as Beau Beverly. They stayed in the WWF for over a year, wrestling in several of the WWF's major Pay Per View events, such as Survivor Series 1991 and 1992, as well as receiving a WWF Tag Team Title shot at Summerslam 1992 against the Natural Disasters.

After leaving the ranks of the WWF in 1993, Enos resurfaced several years later in WCW. He would here be known as "Mean" Mike Enos, wrestling mainly on WCW's weekend wrestling show, WCW Saturday Night. He occasionally appeared on WCW's prime time show, WCW Monday Nitro, as well as a few of their monthly Pay Per View events. His most notable match in WCW was his match with Chris Benoit at Souled Out in January of 1999. Enos actually dominated a good portion of the match before finally succumbing to Benoit's Crippler Crossface. Enos was gone by the end of the year, only to be seen occasionally in independent promotions around the country.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Adam Lyerly

Trivia (4)

Professional wrestler
Held the AWA World Tag-Team Titles w/ Wayne Bloom (10/01/89 - 8/11/90). In 1989, He was one half of the PWI Rookie of the Year (Enos & Wayne Bloom).
Resides in Ashland, Kentucky [2008].
Lives in a small community just North of Tampa, Florida. Runs a painting business. [July 2008]

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