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Also known as Curly Bill, Luscious Brown, Mike Jones, Mr. Jones, Soul Train Jones, Vincent, nWo Vincent, Shane, Black Virgil

Current gimmick: Virgil
Promotion: Freelancer
Age: 54 years
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 2" (188 cm)
Weight: 240 lbs (109 kg)
Background in sports: Ringen
Alter egos: Curly Bill
Luscious Brown
Mike Jones
    a.k.a.  Mr. Jones
Soul Train Jones
    a.k.a.  nWo Vincent
    a.k.a.  Shane
    a.k.a.  Black Virgil
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Manager (1987 - 1999)
Beginning of in-ring career: 1985
Wrestling style: Allrounder
Trainer: Afa & Larry Sharpe
Trademark holds: Grapevine Takedown
Virgil (WWF, 1987) Virgil (WWF, 1990) Virgil (WWF, 1991) Virgil (WWF, 1992) Virgil (WWF, 1993) Vincent (WCW, 1997) Curly Bill (WCW, 1999) Virgil (Independent, 2006) Virgil (WWE, 2010)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 04.05.2016:
[6.0] "Virgil was a bit player but he played his role perfectly well, and was involved in one of the hottest angles of '91 no less. He wasn't a main event level talent but then again he was never asked to be. I won't penalize him for playing his role, which he always did just fine."
Casswish Deathidy wrote on 26.04.2016:
[0.0] "A truly magnificent worker. With such accomplishments as being the Million Dollar Man's "bodyguard", competing in few WrestleManias, his unforgettable brief involvement in the 1992 Royal Rumble, and a recent appearance on The Art of Wrestling with Professional Wrestler Colt Cabana, Virgil truly was a wrestling superstar."
DoktaC4ibby wrote on 20.02.2016:
[5.0] "Sloppy in ring, not only is he not very good/limited in the ring, he almost always jobs out so he takes the stakes out of everything. He's a scumbag of a person hustling autographs and harassing people. But I'll give him a 5/10 because I've gotten at least 5 points worth of laughs from his stupid adventures as a traveling merchant and his stupid Twitter."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 13.06.2015:
[4.0] "After having some minor accomplishments in the AWA's regional territories, Virgil's major league career peaked when he found his niche as a bodyguard/enforcer (albeit a cowardly one) for both the WWE's Million Dollar Man and the nWo. Though he had a run with the Million Dollar Championship, the belt wasn't sanctioned and therefore not formally contested."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 24.05.2015:
[4.0] "Of course everyone most remembers Virgil as Ted DiBiase's bodyguard, which was a good role for him as a wrestler with a mainly power-based style and somewhat lacking charisma. The storyline leading to his eventual break from DiBiase and babyface turn was quite well done, but perhaps his lack of personality was the biggest factor in his push being short-lived. He later went to WCW and, under the name Vincent, became a member of the NWO during its hottest period, albeit as essentially the group's designated jobber. Has become somewhat of a hard-luck story in recent years after the circulation of the infamous "Lonely Virgil" photo and reports of him selling autographs in the subway, but I at least like to think he might be playing it up a bit as a "gimmick" after seeing the meme's popularity. Whatever else is said, we still remember him after all these years, so he must've done something right."
Doctor Rags wrote on 23.04.2015:
[3.0] "Poor Virgil. The dude was mediocrity personified and he now lives as a street hustler in dank subway tunnels infested with piss-stinking rats and cockroaches broad and indestructible enough to pass for Japanese heavyweights. He was fine as Ted Dibiase's lackey and... that's about it. He doesn't so much deserve your ire as your raging indifference. I suggest he join the thieves guild - nobody would ever see him coming or remember he was there."
Phenomenal91 wrote on 13.03.2015:
[3.0] "Not much of a manager/bodyguard. He didn't represent or defend Ted Dibiase or the NWO. And his ring name was always chosen based on who in the other company his employer wanted to take a dig at (Dusty Rhodes in WWE, The McMahons in WCW). Strange."
wweFan Finland99 wrote on 08.11.2013:
[4.0] "Okay well virgil was horrible in the ring with his 5 move moveset. He had no charisma or promo-skills. but i will always remember him for being Ted Dibiases servant and that was a good gimmick but after all that things kind of blew and he became boring."
JustinJDMarineau wrote on 12.12.2012:
[6.0] "I don't think Virgil is as bad as everybody thinks he is. Sure he may not be the best worker, and yes he may have been made to look like a complete joke when he was in WCW, but I think there are some positives about Virgil and they all stem from his time in WWF in the late 80's and the early 90's. He may have lacked charisma a little bit, but I would say that he cuts some pretty good to decent promos in WWF when he was a face. But more important than all of that, any time he was paired up with Ted DiBiase whether it was with him or against him, it was the best thing that ever happened to Virgil in his career because when he was with DiBiase, he did great in his role being the bodyguard for him and I always thought they were a great pairing, and when he turned face and was against DiBiase, every time they faced off in the ring, Virgil had good agility and he had enough abilities for Ted to make him look like a better performer than he was and that says a lot!"

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Average Rating: 3.21
Average in 2016: 3.73
Average in 2015: 2.88
Average in 2014: 2.63
Average in 2013: 2.50
Average in 2012: 3.00
Average in 2011: 3.83
Average in 2010: 4.00
Average in 2009: 3.17
Average in 2008: 4.25
Average in 2007: 2.77

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