398. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker

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398. Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker

In terms of training, Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker is easily in the top twenty-five ever, but in regards to in-ring accomplishments, we realize that is a stretch to put him on here even if we were the extend this list to 2,000. 

Saying all of that, this is not how we look at things and first off anyone who lasted as long as he did in WCW (a decade) is phenomenal.  We look at Parker as an equivalent of Johnny Rodz, who for years in the WWE hardly ever won but taught a lot of wrestlers on the job and coincidentally would later be a very successful trainer.  With that analogy, this isn’t out of the question.

The Bullet Points

  • Other Aliases:

    DeWayne Bruce (Real Name)

    Jack Boot

    Braun the Leprechaun


  • Billed From: The State Patrol
  • Why they will get in: He did train Bill Goldberg and others.
  • Why they won't get in: This is a major stretch for someone who never trained in the WWE.
  • Five Greatest Matches/Moments:
    1. Along with Lt. James Earl Wright and the Big Cat, they had a PPV match where they challenged The Junkyard Dog, Ricky Morton and Tommy Rich for the WCW Six Man Tag Team Titles 2/22/91.
    2. Wrestled in the Starrcade Lethal Lottery with Cactus Jack as his tag team partner in a loss against Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat and Todd Champion 12/29/91.
    3. Along with Lt. James Earl Wright defeated the Joe and Dean Malenko in All-Japan 2/27/92.
    4. Lost with Lt. James Earl Wright in a WCW Tag Team Title shot against Harlem Heat on WCW Saturday Night 10/25/95
    5. Teamed with Bill Goldberg in a PPV loss to Lex Luger and Buff Bagwell at WCW Sin 1/14/01.

Should Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker be in the Hall of Fame?

Definitely put him in! - 0%
Maybe, but others deserve it first. - 50%
Probably not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. - 0%
No opinion. - 0%
No way! - 50%
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