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Wrestling Gold: Before They Were Famous (2002)

James E. Cornette and Dave Meltzer comment on Smoky Mountain Wrestling matches from 1992-1994 featuring Chris Jericho, D-Lo Brown, Road Dogg Jesse Jammes, Lance Storm, Kane, Chris Candido and others before they became famous.
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Himself (archive footage)
Bob Caudle ...
Himself (archive footage)
Bryan E. Clark II ...
The Nightstalker (archive footage)
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D-Lo Brown (archive footage)
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Himself - Commentator
Bill DeMott ...
Crash the Terminator (archive footage)
David Ferrier ...
Jimmy Del Ray (archive footage)
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Cactus Jack (archive footage)
Robert Gibson ...
Himself (archive footage)
Eddie Gilbert ...
Himself (archive footage)
Brian Harris ...
Brian Lee (archive footage)
Don Harris ...
Don Bruise (archive footage)
Ron Harris ...
Ron Bruise (archive footage)
Brian Hildebrand ...
Dr. Mark Curtis - Referee (archive footage)
Tim Horner ...
Himself (archive footage)
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James E. Cornette and Dave Meltzer comment on Smoky Mountain Wrestling matches from 1992-1994 featuring Chris Jericho, D-Lo Brown, Road Dogg Jesse Jammes, Lance Storm, Kane, Chris Candido and others before they became famous.

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12 March 2002 (USA)  »

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The Eddie Gilbert/Unabomb-Rock N Roll Express match was Eddie Gilbert's last match in the mainland United States. He left SMW after to work in Puerto Rico and died there on February 18, 1995. See more »

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References WWE Tough Enough (2001) See more »

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