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DanTalksRasslin wrote on 05.05.2023:
[4.0] "Horner was a solid enough in-ring worker with little charisma and a slightly smallish build for his era, all of which would see him doing enhancement work when he ventured to the big promotions (WWF and WCW), and he handled that role just fine. In smaller promotions he fared somewhat better, and was able to pick up some TV Title runs in SMW and a number of reigns with the NWA US Junior Heavyweight Title."
Giantfan1980 wrote on 08.04.2023:
[4.0] "Glorified jobber at best and he sucked as a main eventer baby face even by 3rd and 4th rate indy promotion standards. Best at making the true stars look great by getting destroyed. Only time when he was allowed to show any real offense in the WWF was during one of their B or C house shows with the garbage card consisting of jobbers fighting each other or lower mid card guys. Never got past the glass ceiling of the high powered phenoms of Barry Horowitz and Danny Davis."
Conquistador37 wrote on 21.11.2021:
[6.0] "A pleasure to watch in the ring, however he was rather small for the time so his career was sure to go nowhere. Even though his promos were strong, his southern accent was dense and honestly kind of awful. Good run in SMW and a really fun tag team with Brad Armstrong. His enhancement work in the F was quite good, however you didn't see much of him. Hadalotta positives but the negatives are impossible to ignore; 5.75 rounded up."
Caas wrote on 05.04.2020:
[4.0] "Tim Horner was never anything more than serviceable between the ropes. Arguably his biggest success came from Cornette's small Smoky Mountain territory, which, as described by Corny, was due to personal loyalty and feelings of obligation. Horner was a vehement yet utterly incompetent self-promoter, he sucked as a babyface and wasn't that effective as a jobber at higher levels. Horner sounded "uncertain" in every promo that I've ever heard from him. Also, his song is absolute cringe. At the time of writing this, mine is the 15th rating, and that should say it all--barely anybody remembers this guy."
JEK 1991 wrote on 26.02.2020:
[9.0] "One of the best jobbers in the industry. Well known in the Southeast. He also worked in MACW, WWF, WCW and SMW."
krukster wrote on 04.12.2019:
[5.0] "Above average wrestling skills, very little charisma or mic skills. Ranged anywhere from mid card in his NWA/WCW days to lower mid card in WWF run. Good tag team wrestler, and passable singles guy."
RatingsMachine wrote on 10.10.2018:
[6.0] "Tim Horner was the definition of a 'good hand'. He'd give you a solid match and he wouldn't screw anything up. More than a little delusional, however."
A-Double wrote on 05.02.2018:
[5.0] "Zunächst mal: Die Infos unter "Wissenswertes", dass er Teilhaber an SMW war ist falsch. Er war nur Angestellter, bis er schlicht gefeuert wurde. Dabei hat Horner dem Wohlwollen Cornettes wohl seine größte Zeit zu verdanken. Nur durch diese Beziehung konnte er je gepusht werden. Tim Horner war im Ring grundsolide und hat technisch durchaus was drauf gehabt. Aber als Charakter gab es kaum einen, der blasser war. Er stolperte durch Promos, wirkte immer verklemmt und hatte keinen interessanten Look. Im Prinzip ist jemand wie er prädestiniert als Edeljobber. Jemand wie Horrowitz oder der Brooklyn Brawler, der zuverlässig neue Wrestler gut aussehen lässt, aber mangels Charisma nie selbst over geht. Cornette war ein Freund und Horner arbeitete backstage, also bekam er bei SMW einen Push."
Elitemaster wrote on 27.12.2013:
[8.0] "His run in the WWF was successful in 1988 and 1989, he fought against Ted DiBiase in one of those matches and he nearly pinned him, he successfully fought against the likes of Barry Horowitz, Iron Mike Sharpe, and Boris Zkuvo, a great wrestler with an impressive move-set!"
Witchfinder wrote on 20.08.2012:
[6.0] "Tim Horner was a good wrestler back in the day. His last outing was in 2005."
Baptizator wrote on 04.06.2012:
[5.0] "In-Ring Fähigkeiten kann man ihm nicht abstreiten aber seine Fähigkeiten am Mic waren schon sehr begrenzt. Promos wurden teilweise lächerlich durch seine ständigen Verhaspelungen. Keineswegs jemand an dem man sich lange erinnern wird.."
daria wrote on 04.06.2012:
[8.0] "Wer hat hier meinen Kommentar geklaut? Tim Horner war bei SMW einer meiner absoluten Lieblingswrestler, der war ein so typisches face und immer sehr sehr unterhaltsam, unvergessen seine Fehde mit dem Dirty Whirte Boy ..."
Rey2004 wrote on 07.09.2011:
[5.0] "Mid-Card Wrestler welcher nie wirklich groß raus kam. Kaum in Storyline eingebunden."
Fountain of Misinformation wrote on 22.12.2009:
[7.0] "Cooler Techniker aber erneut ein langweiliger Typ, no glitziness!"
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