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Brad Armstrong

Deceased

Also known as BA, Arachnaman, Badstreet, Buzzkill

Birthplace: Marietta, Georgia, USA
Obit: 01.11.2012 (at the age of 50)
Gender: male
Height: 6' 0" (183 cm)
Weight: 233 lbs (106 kg)
Relatives in wrestling: Bob Armstrong (Vater), Brian Armstrong (Bruder), Scott Armstrong (Bruder), Steve Armstrong (Bruder)
Alter egos: Arachnaman
Badstreet
Brad Armstrong
    a.k.a.  BA
Buzzkill
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Tag Team Wrestler
Road Agent (2007 - 2008)
Color Commentator (2006 - 2007)
Beginning of in-ring career: 07.1980
Wrestling style: Techniker
Trainer: Bob Armstrong
Nickname(s): "The Candyman"
Trademark holds: Russian Legsweep, Swinging Neckbreaker
Brad Armstrong (Independent, 1981) Brad Armstrong (Independent, 1986) Brad Armstrong (NWA, 1988) Badstreet (WCW, 1991) Brad Armstrong (NJPW, 1992) Brad Armstrong (WCW, 1992) BA (WCW, 1999) Brad Armstrong (Independent, 2003) Brad Armstrong (WWE, 2006)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
JMTheBadOne wrote on 04.06.2015:
[6.0] "Brad Armstrong had a rather strong pedigree for a wrestler and managed to set himself apart from the rest when he wrestled for the NWA territories through the 80s. His perseverance was rewarded by reigns with the WCW Light Heavyweight and Six-Man tag belts, as well as tours of Japan. When he came back stateside, though, the WCW was nWo'ed out, which saw him reduced to jobbing status. Regardless, he stuck with wrestling (training after he retired from in-ring duty) before his untimely passing due to a heart attack."
The5thHorseman wrote on 09.01.2015:
[8.0] "Very solid worker, better in ring than any of his brothers but not given much of a chance to get over."
Boris The Menace wrote on 21.07.2013:
[7.0] "Brad was the most talented in his family, highly underrated."

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Average Rating: 5.85
Average in 2015: 6.75
Average in 2014: 7.00
Average in 2013: 7.00
Average in 2012: 5.50
Average in 2011: 4.50
Average in 2010: 5.00
Average in 2009: 8.00
Average in 2008: 5.80
Average in 2007: 5.81

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