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Also known as Wall, Sgt. A-WOL, Gigantes, Hellraiser, Jerry Tuite, Snuff

Birthplace: Ocean Grove, New Jersey, USA
Obit: 06.12.2003 (at the age of 36)
Cause of death: Herzstillstand
Gender: male
Height: 6' 8" (203 cm)
Weight: 321 lbs (146 kg)
Background in sports: Basketball
Alter egos: Gigantes
Jerry Tuite
Sgt. A-WOL
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Tag Team Wrestler
Beginning of in-ring career: 1994
End of in-ring career: 05.12.2003
Wrestling style: Brawler, Powerhouse
Trainer: Mike Sharpe
Trademark holds: Choke Slam, Big Boot
The Wall (WCW, 1999) Sgt. A-WOL (WCW, 2000) Malice (NWA TNA, 2002)
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
JMTheBadOne wrote on 24.09.2015:
[4.0] "Unfortunately for Jerry Tuite (who was best known by his WCW namesake, The Wall), he didn't live long enough to establish himself as anything other than a top-level enforcer whose size and toughness made him ideal to accompany cowardly heels to the ring. Though he cut his teeth in the WCW's Power Plant (as well as independent promotions and ECW, ) The Wall made his largest mark as Alex Wright's enforcer (when the latter wrestled under his Berlyn gimmick. ) Once that union came to an end, The Wall went on a singles run (which was fruitless) until being repackaged as Sgt. A. W. O. L. as part of The Misfits In Action faction (which, again, was fruitless for The Wall. ) Following his WCW run (which concluded when the company was acquired by WWE), The Wall signed a developmental deal with the WWE, which culminated in a dark match loss against Bubba Ray Dudley. Tuite then made his TNA debut as Malice as well as his All Japan debute as Gigantes. While on tour with All Japan, Tuite died in his hotel room due to a heart attack."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 30.05.2015:
[4.0] ""That's the Wall up there, brother! " With that gimmick, Wall had a cool look with the shirt, tie and sunglasses, and worked as a silent heel either on his own or a bodyguard character. Standing in the wind on top of the building as he silently pointed to Hogan and signaled for the chokeslam was a cool visual, even if Hogan's reaction was goofy. That "cool factor" seemed to disappear when he did other characters like Sgt. A-WOL and Malice. In the ring he had a pretty standard big-guy skill set. Would likely never have made it to the main event, but could be a solid midcard monster."
Lecter wrote on 06.06.2013:
[2.0] "Often the worst part of dying-days-WCW. Bad, limited promo, bad limited, worker."

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Average Rating: 4.54
Average in 2016: 4.00
Average in 2015: 4.80
Average in 2014: 6.00
Average in 2013: 3.50
Average in 2011: 5.00
Average in 2010: 2.00
Average in 2009: 4.00
Average in 2008: 4.88
Average in 2007: 4.86

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