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Brad Armstrong


Also known as BA, Arachnaman, Badstreet, Buzzkill

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# Award Category Year Placement
1 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 2007 284.
2 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1998 288.
3 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1997 288.
4 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1996 160.
5 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1995 238.
6 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1994 153.
7 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1993 95.
8 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1992 63.
9 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1991 105.
10 PWI 500 Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1991 238.
11 Most Underrated Wrestling Observer Newsletter 1987 1.
12 Rookie Of The Year Pro Wrestling Illustrated 1982 1.
13 Rookie Of The Year Wrestling Observer Newsletter 1981 1.
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ShooterMcShoot wrote on 25.08.2016:
[7.0] "Ask any of the guys from that period, and they'd tell you that Brad Armstrong was one of the best workers in the industry. He could have a good match with anyone and he was fantastic at making others look good. It's really a shame that he didn't have the skills to cut a great promo because if he had, Brad would've been one of the biggest stars in the history of the industry."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 09.05.2016:
[10.0] "Frankly I love me some Brad Armstrong. Unfortunately he never got a chance to have an extended major run but basically anywhere he pops up he is doing great work. He's not only athletic and technically strong, he's extremely versatile, one of those workers who can make just about anybody look good. Maybe that's why he was asked to put others over so often? Anyway you look at it, this is a guy who persevered through many lousy gimmicks and continued to excel whenever given the chance."
Guvcon1 wrote on 11.03.2016:
[8.0] "Very underrated / under-utilised wrestler who was tremendous at putting a match together with a wide variety of opponents. Capable of carrying severely less able opponents, and put someone like a Bobby Eaton or Barry Windham on with him and you've got a cracker."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 03.12.2015:
[7.0] "Brad was undoubtedly the best of the Armstrong brothers from an in-ring standpoint, and an excellent technician by any account. What truly held him back was his lack of charisma (interestingly, people who knew him described him as a cut-up backstage; it just never translated to in front of the camera), as well as WCW's insistence on saddling him with numerous silly gimmicks. Had he been blessed both with his own wrestling ability and his brother Brian (Road Dogg)'s mic skill, Brad may well have been a top wrestler in WCW. As it was, he turned in a respectable career as a secondary wrestler marked by numerous strong in-ring performances, and saw some championship gold including two reigns as SMW Heavyweight Champion and reigns as WCW Light Heavyweight Champion and WCW World Six Man Tag Champion."
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: 6.04
Average in 2016: 7.75
Average in 2015: 6.67
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: 5.80

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