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Overview (4)

Born in West Memphis, Arkansas, USA
Birth NameSidney Ray Eudy
Nicknames "Psycho" Sid Vicious
The Millennium Man
Height 6' 6¾" (2 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sid Eudy was born on December 16, 1960 in West Memphis, Arkansas, USA as Sidney Ray Eudy. He is an actor, known for WCW Monday Nitro (1995), Eastern Championship Wrestling (1993) and WCW Worldwide Wrestling (1975). He has been married to Sabrina Paige since December 30, 1983. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Sabrina Paige (30 December 1983 - present) (2 children)

Trade Mark (4)

Black leather vest
Finishing move: Vicious Crossface (Arm Trap Crossface)
Finishing move: Chokeslam
Finishing move: Release Powerbomb

Trivia (20)

Professional wrestler.
Former WWE and WCW World Champion.
Former member of the Four Horsemen.
Two sons (named Frank and Gunnar)
Sid liked playing softball, and would quite often put his softball league ahead of wrestling in terms of importance. He had taken mysterious leaves of absence in order to play softball on more than one occasion.
Annouced that he is retiring from wrestling due to a severely broken leg suffered during his tenure with WCW.
Notable Title Wins Include: NWA Southern Heavyweight title (Northern version); Alabama Continental Tag Team titles; CWF Heavyweight title (2); CWA Tag Team titles; CWA Heavyweight title; USWA Unified World Heavyweight title (2); WWF title (2); NWA Wildside Heavyweight title; NWA N.E.W. title; WCW United States Heavyweight title; WCW World Heavyweight title (2).
On June 12, 2004, Internet Wrestling Syndicate in Montreal featured Pierre Ouellette & his Mystery Partner, Sid Vicious winning a tag team Royal Rumble. This was Sid Vicious' first match since snapping his leg during a WCW Pay Per View. It was an unadvertised match.
Former WCW United States Heavyweight Champion.
For most of his career he went by Sid Vicious as a heel (or bad guy) wrestler and Sid Justice as a babyface (or good guy) wrestler.
Sid, wife Sabrina and their children own a house in Eastern Arkansas.
Sid debuted as Lord Humongous in the CWF and CWA promotions.
Sid captured the CWF title from Dan Davis on Christmas Day 1987.
Formed a tag team with Dan Spivey in 1989 upon his debut in WCW. The team was brought together by former Referee turned Manager, Teddy Long, they were called The Skyscrapers. In November, Sid suffered a punctured lung due to a broken rib during their match against The Steiner Brothers at Clash of the Champions IX. He was replaced by "Mean" Mark Callous. A year later the original team reunited for one night at Starrcade 1990.
Joined Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Corporation in April 1995. He remained a member throughout the rest of the year.
Sid was fired from his second WCW tenure in 1993 after a hotel room fight, during a tour in the United Kingdom, on October 27th, where Sid stabbed Arn Anderson with a pair of scissors 20 times in the chest and stomach, and was stabbed four times himself. Several wrestlers threatened to walk out because of him after this incident. Sid was suppose to challenge Vader for the World Championship at Starrcade in December 1993, before Ric Flair took his place.
Was in Extreme Championship Wrestling for a short time from January until May of 1999.
Has been managed by: Teddy Long, Ole Anderson, Oliver Humperdink, Harvey Whippleman, Col. Robert Parker and Ted DiBiase.
Suffered a possibly career-ending injury (a double compound fracture of the tibia and fibula in his left leg) at WCW Sin 2001. [January 2001]
Residing in Columbus, Indiana. Working as commissioner of Hoosier Pro Wrestling (HPW). Even though he is somewhat active, his activity is limited due to his still-injured leg. [June 2002]

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