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Default You got to know when to hold ’em, fold ’em, walk away...when to get your ass kicked!



If you're gonna play the game, boy
You gotta learn to play it right
You've got to know when to hold 'em
Know when to fold 'em
Know when to walk away
And know when to run
You never count your money
When you're sittin' at the table
There'll be time enough for countin'
When the dealin's done
Every gambler knows
That the secret to survivin'
Is knowin' what to throw away
And knowin' what to keep
'Cause every hand's a winner
And every hand's a loser...






This is the unrated and untold story of The Gambler!
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And every hand's got a Wild Card!
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Default The one and the only! The token stealin’, card flingin’, taxi cab ridin’ son of a gun





The one and the only! The token stealin’, card flingin’, taxi cab ridin’ son of a gun - The Gambler!
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Default The Beginning of the Journey



After spending some time jobbing and paying my dues, i finally managed to survive a intense and physical Power Plant tryout in the summer of 1994 and landing a developement deal with WCW.

Down in the Power Plant and in the developement territory Deep South Wrestling there is a bunch of hopefuls looking to make it big.

The motto of the Power Plant is "Pain is temporary, pride is forever." The drop-out rate is 85%. The typical student would train for between six and nine months before graduating.



Van Hammer
We had a douchebag called Van Hammer down there. A ripped muscle boy always being intentionally stiff and taking liberties with his opponents. What an A-hole.


Craig Pittman
"The Pittbull" served in the Marine Corps until the early 1990s and got legitimate amateur wrestling skills. Pittman is one of the toughest fighting men ever to enter the squared-circle and almost made it into the Ultimate Fighting Championship due to Bischoff's lobbying. The Power Plant trainers DeWayne Bruce and Paul Orndorff put me into a tag team with "The Pittbull". Thanks to Pittman having my back that glorified gymrat Van Hammer never tried to pick on me.


Frank Andersson
Frank is a retired amateur wrestler. His amateur wrestling career included Gold medals at the 1973 and 1975 Junior World Championships and as he got older he wrestled at a number of Greco-Roman wrestling World Championships over the years. In 1977, 1979 and 1982 he won the Gold Medal in the 90 kg division. He also took the Silver Medal in 1978 and 1981, The pinnacle of his amateur wrestling career came in 1984 at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles where won a bronze medal in the 90 kg weight division. He was trained for his professional career by Brad Rheingans, and made his debut in 1991. Initially he worked in Japan, wrestling for NJPW. He isn’t someone you’d want to mess with. He’d have you tied up in knots in less than ten seconds.


Bobby Walker
"Hardwork" is a young, vibrant wrestler who prides himself on hard work. He has some legit wrestling and fighting skills and held his ground in a backstage fight with The Nasty Boys. You don't want to mess with someone like Bobby Walker, because he is going to kick you ass.


The Renegade
Another ripped muscle boy. Before landing The Warrior, he was intended to be Sting's "Ultimate Surprise". He is actually quite talented guy and has improved a lot since entering the Power Plant. He is a positive backstage presence and not at all a jerkoff like Van Hammer. After being released by WCW he ended up in Japan, touring with WAR.


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Default Wall of Achievement

The Gambler's

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Default July [1994]

The Gambler's Match History
July, 1994




"If you're gonna play the game, boy, ya gotta learn to play it right."




Frank Andersson defeated The Gambler at WCW Worldwide
Rating 41

This is where it began as Frank Andersson is one of Eric Bischoff's favorites. Bumping in this match to put over Frank earned me a written deal with WCW. Frank Andersson is a major draw in Scandinavia and Bischoff managed to get the Scandinavian broadcaster TV3 to jump ship from WWF to WCW by contracting the talented Swede.


Alex Wright defeated The Gambler at DSW Park Slam
Rating 43

Alex Wright is another of Bischoff's guys. "Das Wunderkind" is receiving a monster push and a undefeated streak as Eric Bischoff has targetted Europe as the next big market to expand into due to the coverage on DSF and the popular European Tours.



Johnny B. Badd defeated The Gambler at WCW Main Event
Rating 60



Arn Anderson & Dustin Rhodes defeated Sgt. Pittman & The Gambler at WCW Saturday Night
Rating 66

This was the highlight of the month. The Arn Anderson-clone against The Original.



Sgt. Pittman & The Gambler defeated Chris Champion & Mark Starr at WCW Worldwide [Pre-Show]
Rating 45


The Armstrongs II (Brian & Brad) defeated Sgt. Pittman & The Gambler at WCW Saturday Night [Pre-Show]
Rating 58


Sgt. Pittman & The Gambler defeated The Cole Twins at WCW Worldwide [Pre-Show]
Rating 46

The Cole Twins push ended during the spring of 1994 and now they are simply jobbers.


The High Rollers defeated The Starr Brothers at WCW Main Event
Rating 41

This is when it happened. The High Rollers defeating Mark Starr and Bobby Starr. The birth of The High Rollers and the push.

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Cool! And who are "the High Rollers"?? (I know I know .... there's the story)
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Default Who the hell do you call a jobber!

Professional wrestling has always had its share of “hidden gems,” those that are skilled in the ring, but for one reason or other don’t fully receive the credit they deserve.

One such hidden gem is “The Hustler” Rip Rogers, an athlete that has spent a long time in the wrestling business. A former bodybuilding champion, Rip has worked for nearly every major promotion in the United States, and journeyed to several different countries, sharing the ring with everyone from Randy Savage to Giant Baba.

Rip Rogers is unanimously praised as a versatile talent that can work any role on a given show. He can guide a rookie through an opening match or work with a main event star further up the card, Rip is always a dependable performer that will get the job done.

It's one of the Greatest Wrestlers on Earth, it's "The Hustler" Rip Rogers!





Together with The Gambler he forms...





The High Rollers

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Default August [1994]

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August, 1994







"If you're gonna play the game, boy, ya gotta learn to play it right."




The High Rollers defeated The Starr Brothers at WCW Main Event
Rating 41

The High Rollers are on a roll and defeats Mark Starr and Bobby Starr. Bobby may be your fairly average jobber with the obligatory mullet, but Mark is actually a decent worker that could go on to have a decent career in the indies.


The High Rollers defeated The Starr Brothers at WCW Saturday Night [Pre-Show]
Rating 47


The Guardian Angel defeated The Gambler at WCW Clash Of The Champions [Pre-Show]
Rating 72

Ray Traylor is a underrated brawler and entertainer. This guy is one of the good guys backstage and deserves a title run.


The High Rollers defeated Chris Champion and Rikki Nelson at WCW Worldwide
Rating 51

Chris Champion once received minor pushes as part of The New Breed and as Yoshi Kwan, but is now pretty much relegated to jobber duty. Rikki Nelson lacks star quality, but will probably go on to become a indy darling. This guy got talent.



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Default September [1994]

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September, 1994







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Badd Booty defeated The High Rollers at WCW Main Event
Rating 63

Oh man what the hell should i say? Johnny B. Badd is one of Dusty's guys, but The Booty Man (Ed Leslie) also known as "The Original Assman"? WTF! Even Eric Bischoff thinks that Leslie sucks. Everyone knows that this snapperhead only gets his push to keep Hulk Hogan happy.


The High Rollers defeated Larry Santo & Bobby Starr at WCW Worldwide [Pre-Show]
Rating 47


The High Rollers defeated Sonny Rogers & Bobby Starr at WCW Main Event [Pre-Show]
Rating 49


The Nasty Boys defeated The High Rollers at WCW Saturday Night
Rating 72

These two a-holes have a reputation for being among the stiffest tag teams in modern wrestling history. They are sloppy as hell and more than a little dangerous. I hope that Ken Shamrock kicks their asses!


The High Rollers defeated Tim Horner & Jim Steele at WCW Worldwide
Rating 51

Hell yes! These two midcarders are a decent pair of scalps.


The High Rollers defeated The Dirty Davis Brothers at WCW Saturday Night [Pre-Show]
Rating 52

Tom Davis is one of the most underrated and underpushed wrestlers of the 90's. He is a major star overseas and a legitimate Sambo and Submission Wrestling champion in Japan. He has even defeated John Tenta in the shoot-style promotion UWFi. His brother "Maniac" Mike Davis is another underrated veteran that deserves better. The Dirty Davis Brothers could be the most underrated tag team ever!


The High Rollers defeated Damon Stryker & Rikki Nelson at WCW Worldwide
Rating 50

Kevin Sullivan was lobbying pretty hard for WCW to hire blue-chipper Damon Stryker, but Eric Bischoff is way to busy listening to Hulk Hogan. Rikki Nelson is also a pretty talented worker, that could go on to achieve good things in the indies.


John Tenta won a Battle Royal at WCW Fall Brawl
Rating 66

They are bringing in John Tenta as the next major monster heel to feed to Hulk Hogan!


Badd Booty defeated The High Rollers at WCW Saturday Night
Rating 66

Oh shit, not again! Damn you Hulk and your talentless friend!


The High Rollers & Sgt. Pittman defeated Chris Champion, Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster at WCW Worldwide
Rating 50

Sgt. Craig Pittman is one of the toughest fighting men ever to enter the squared-circle. Pittman employ the old school type of stiff, brawling wrestling style you seldom see anymore blending stiff moves with effective submission holds. Frankie "Thumper" Lancaster could perhaps be described as the greatest jobber of his era. "The Thumper" is a mainstay on the Southern indy circuit. This underrated and underpushed grappler is one of the most consistent and genuinely talented workers in the business. Chris Champion and Mark Starr are two reliable performers and sellers.


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