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Steve Lombardi

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Also known as Abe Schwartz, Boston Brawler, Brooklyn Brawler, Doink, Kim Chee, MVP, Black Knight

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# Manager Gimmick Promotion(s) Years
1 Bobby Heenan Brooklyn Brawler WWF 1989
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JMTheBadOne wrote on 29.11.2015:
[5.0] "It's rare that someone could be notable for being a loveable loser, but that basically describes what The Brooklyn Brawler's legacy remains in the annals of wrestling. The man known to his parents as Steve Lombardi broke into wrestling under his real name in the early 1980's, where he worked as a preliminary talent. Towards the end of the 1980's, Lombardi managed to break onto television as The Brooklyn Brawler; though he would find himself earning victories at the house show level, he was most often squashed on WWE Superstars and WWE Wrestling Challenge; which all but assured he'd never be on a PPV. Yet despite never winning on television while working under a variety of losing gimmicks (such as Kim Chee, MVP/Abe Schwartz, The Black Knight, and Doink), Brawler remained one of the most steady hands on the WWE roster and was afforded the opportunity to win at the indie level (even earning championships with BCW and regional NWA promotions. ) In TLC 2012, Brawler managed to secure his first PPV victory. Brawler gets a 4 for his accomplishments, with a +1 earned for his long-standing work as a producer for the WWE."

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Average Rating: 6.71
Average in 2016: 9.00
Average in 2015: 6.85
Average in 2014: 6.00
Average in 2013: 5.33
Average in 2012: 9.00
Average in 2011: 8.20
Average in 2010: 6.25
Average in 2009: 6.86
Average in 2008: 6.35
Average in 2007: 6.71

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