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February 23, 1997–Superbrawl: Hugh Morris defeated Joe Gomez in a dark match. Although best known for his time in World Championship Wrestling during the late 1990s, he also has had successful stints in international promotions including New Japan Pro Wrestling and the World Wrestling Council.

Several days later, he would lose to Steve McMichael at Bash at the Beach in Daytona Beach, Florida on July 7. In December, he began teaming regularly with The Renegade and, appearing on Monday Nitro during the next several weeks facing the Amazing French Canadians (Jacques and Pierre) and High Voltage (Robbie Rage and Kenny Kaos), he and The Renegade would also appear on WCW Saturday Night where they lost to Jim Powers and Bobby Walker on January 11, 1997. Johnny Gomez, Charlotte Flair could be out of action until 2021. Joe Gomez Rock and …

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Ring names During the next two days, they would also lose matches to Jim Powers and Bobby Walker on WCW Pro and Konnan and Hugh Morrus on Monday Nitro. Gomez competed on the independent circuit from 1991 to 1996. On November 24 in Norfolk, Virginia, he participated in the 3-ring 60-man battle royal at World War 3 and was eliminated by The Giant.

In September 1990, Gomez began wrestling in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as "Alan Iron Eagle" substituting for Terry Taylor at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois on September 30.

Later that year, he would also try his luck in the newly created Cruiserweight Division losing to Juventud Guerrera at Monday Nitro on September 9, 1996. He has remained semi-active in the Southeastern independent circuit competing in Florida Championship Wrestling, Maximum Pro Wrestling and NWA Florida.

During the next two days, they would also lose matches to Jim Powers and Bobby Walker on WCW Pro and Konnan and Hugh Morrus on Monday Nitro. April 17, 1999–Saturday Night: Joe Gomez defeated The Gambler. December 14, 1996–Saturday Night: Joe Gomez and The Renegade defeated High Voltage.

Following Graham's retirement later that year, he would be replaced by Hurricane Walker although they would soon lose the titles to Sgt.

Rock and Mark Starr on September 13, 1990. Debut He is best known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in the 1990s. Joe Gomez may refer to: Joe Gomez (wrestler) (born 1973), American professional wrestler Joe Gomez (footballer) (born 1997), English footballer This disambiguation page … July 13, 1996–Saturday Night: Dick Slater and Mike Enos defeated Joe Gomez and Todd Morton. February 24, 1997–WCW Monday NITRO: Hugh Morris defeated Joe Gomez.

Several days later, he would lose to Steve McMichael at Bash at the Beach '96 in Daytona Beach, Florida on July 7. Tampa, Florida In a rematch against Harlem Heat on March 15, they were disqualified when Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) attacked Harlem Heat during the match. Joe Gomez (born July 2, 1973) is an American retired professional wrestler.

January 11, 1997–Saturday Night: Bobby Walker and Jim Powers defeated Joe Gomez and The Renegade. [2] Following Graham's retirement later that year, he would be replaced by Hurricane Walker although they would soon lose the titles to Sgt.

September 9, 1996–WCW Monday NITRO: Juventud Guerrera defeated Joe Gomez. Buddy Lee Parker and Sgt. Presumably splitting up shortly after, Gomez appeared in a singles match two days later defeating Mark Starr in a dark match on WCW Saturday Night and, on Monday Nitro days later, he was attacked by his former tag team partner while attempting to come to the defense of Chris Jericho who was being attacked by "Lord" Steven Regal after losing to Jericho.

[9] In December, he began teaming regularly with The Renegade and, appearing on Monday Nitro during the next several weeks facing the Amazing French Canadians (Jacques and Pierre)[10] and High Voltage (Robbie Rage and Kenny Kaos),[11] he and The Renegade would also appear on WCW Saturday Night where they lost to Jim Powers and Bobby Walker on January 11, 1997. After losing to Harlem Heat at Clash of the Champions XXXIV in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on January 21, he and The Renegade split up for a time as Gomez would appear in dark matches facing Kevin Sullivan and Lasertron on Monday Nitro during the next few weeks. After Debra McMichael was heard screaming after entering the locker room of The Four Horsemen, Gomez attempted to help and was ambushed by Arn Anderson and Ric Flair who put Gomez in a figure-four leglock. 264 lb (120 kg) June 14, 1997–Saturday Night: Konnan defeated Joe Gomez. He would later engage in a short-lived feud with the Dungeon of Doom teaming with Alex Wright and Jim Powers in a 6-man tag team match to defeat The Leprechaun, Hugh Morrus and The Taskmaster via disqualification on Monday Nitro on July 22, 1996.

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