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Terry Taylor
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    (August 12, 1955- )
    Birth name is Paul W. Taylor III
    Wrestled as Red Rooster, Terrance Taylor,
    The Taylor Made Man, Dr. Feel Good
    Titles held include NWA National TV Champ (1980)
    NWA World Jr Heavyweight Champ (1981)
    Two-time Southern Heavyweight Champ (1982 & 1983)
    Two-time Mid-South TV Champ (1984 & 1985)
    Two-time AWA International Heavyweight Champ (1984 & 1985)
    Mid-South North American Heavyweight Champ (1985)
    NWA National Heavyweight Champ (1985)
    Two-time Universal TV Champ (1986 & 1987)
    Two-time Universal Tag Team Champ (w/Jim Duggan, 1986 & w/Chris Adams, 1987)
    Texas Heavyweight Champ (1988)
    World Class Tag Team Champ (w/Iceman Parsons, 1988)
    NWA US Tag Team Champ (w/Greg Valentine, 1992)
    BCW Can-Am Tag Team Champ (w/Cyrus, 2001)
    Upper Management work includes Booker for WCW (1995 - 1999)
    Writer, Producer, Scout, Development, Commentator for WWF (1999)
    Writer & Producer for WCW (1999 - 2001)
    Road Agent for WWE (2002 - 2003)
    Trains wrestlers at NWA-TNA
    Awards include PWI Rookie of the Year (1980)
    He is most famed for being the 'Red Rooster.'
    The 'Red Rooster' is a dismal creation of the WWF(E). Taylor would strut around like a bird, and the crown of his head was styled into a mohawk and dyed red to resemble that of a rooster's.
    He was considered for the 'Mr. Perfect' character that eventually went to Curt Hennig.
    He thrived in various federations before he came to the gimmick-heavy WWF in the late 80s.
    Vince McMahon thought he looked like a school teacher, so he didn't market Taylor very well.
    He had 11 knee surgeries.
    He doesn't want to publish his wrestling memoirs because he fears his wife would 'kill him.'
    Since he thought Taylor was 'too old,' Eric Bischoff fired him from wrestling in the WCW (1994).
    He officially 'retired' from performing in 1995, but he wrestled on and off ever since.
    He competed in his high school and college wrestling teams.
    As a 'pro' wrestler he mixed his styles and was competent as a brawler, a technical wizard and a high flyer.
    He would wrestle when injured.
    He performed equally well as a face (good guy) or a heel (bad guy).
    His wholesome good looks made him popular among female fans.
    He chose the name 'Terry' in honor of his favorite wrestler, Terry Funk.
    His wrestling career was not always lucrative.
    When he didn't make enough money, his wife had to work two jobs to support their family.
    He was rehired by the WCW as a booker for Monday Nitro (1995).
    He is very grateful about working in wrestling for over 20 years and says that the business owes him nothing.
    He majored in economics at Clemson University.

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