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Guys who had two runs in WWF and WCW

Scott,

I'm trying to come up a list of guys who had two separate runs in the WWF and two runs in WCW (counting the NWA too).

Meaning guys who jumped from promotion A to promotion B, then back to A, and finally back to B again.

So far I've come up with Bulldog, Jarrett, Sid, Flair, Rude, and Ricky Steamboat but I'm sure I'm missing a ton of guys who jumped around like that.

Do any others come to mind?

Thanks.


I'm totally blanking on other ones for some reason.  Waltman went WWF to WCW to WWF and probably would have jumped back if WCW hadn't died before he had a chance.  Jim Ross, I suppose, would count.  

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  1. Scott Steiner

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  2. With some ECW breaks in between, Shane Douglas.

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  3. Steven/William Regal

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  4. With an ECW break in between, Bam Bam Bigelow.

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  5. Hall and Nash

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  6. How would Jim Ross count? NWA/WCW then to WWF/WWE...


    Bret Hart would be WWF to WCW back to WWE...

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  7. Yep...NWA/WCW then to the WWF back to WCW then back to WWE...

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  8. Terry Funk I think would qualify...I think 3 times?

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  9. Funk:


    NWA
    WWF mid-80s
    WCW
    WWF late 90s
    WCW 2000


    ... unless I'm missing a WWF run, he's at 2.5.

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  10. Dustin Rhodes too

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  11. Not 100% sure on this one... dates?

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  12. do you count his One Night Stand stuff from 2006? Not sure if I would, but I guess that could technically make 3.

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  13. Fired from WCW for making Goldberg look bad, joins WWF in 1998, wrestles on RAW, is too fat so they fire him, returns to WCW, leaves again, wrestles dynamite match with Benoit at Pillman show, rehired by WWF, renamed "William."

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  14. Perhaps he meant Schiavone? But even then he didn't come back to the WWF again (though I wish he had).

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  15. WCW - Real Man's Man - WCW - WWF again

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  16. Jake Roberts:


    Mid-Atlantic
    WWF
    WCW
    WWF

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  17. Mike Rotunda

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  18. Barry Windham!

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  19. Roddy Piper, of course.

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  20. Regal was already hired because of the Pillman show. Had nothing to do with him getting his job back

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  21. Moot point.

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  22. Terry Taylor.

    Rooster
    Computerized Man
    Terrific
    Quick WCW Stint in '93

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  23. Yea, but it's a common wrestling myth that should be debunked.

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  24. Jim Neidhart

    Hart Foundation
    Quick WCW stint in '03 (oh, that Bill Watts)
    Hart Foundation 2.0
    WCW post-Montreal

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  25. Davey Boy Smith!


    WWF
    WCW... in '93!
    WWF (Caveman/Heel Turn/Harts)
    WCW post-Montreal

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  26. Got the first two backwards.

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  27. WCW (1989 he was one of the jobbers in an exhibition with Steamboat)
    WWF (1990)
    WCW (1991-1995)
    WWF (95-99)
    WCW (99-2001)
    WWF (2002-2006?)

    There's probably some bouncing he did between WWF and TNA, Too.

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  28. He was a dynamic dude in 1989 before he was in WWF in 1990.

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  29. This is a stretch and a bit of a technicality, but... Mick Foley

    Jack Foley
    First WCW run
    Second WCW run
    WWF

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  30. Jim Neidhart --

    WWF (80s-91)
    WCW (briefly in 93)
    WWF (94, 96, 97 off and on)
    WCW (98)

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  31. Beat you to it.

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  32. Ah, yes. But you're still missing a WCW.

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  33. I could have sworn that second WCW was missing first time I saw this.

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  34. Raven -

    WCW (as Scotty Flamingo)
    WWF (as Johnny Polo)
    WCW
    WWF

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  35. WWE round 2 was pretty sad for both but it still counts.

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  36. The Barbarian

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  37. I believe Barry Windham started out in Mid-Atlantic in 1980 or 1981, so his track record reads as follows:

    NWA
    WWF
    NWA
    WWF
    WCW
    WWF
    WCW

    I am pretty sure he holds the record for the most jumps.

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  38. Oh, and if you count his work as a road agent, add one more jump to the WWF.

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  39. Matt Borne


    Mid-Atlantic
    WWF
    WCW as Big Josh
    DOINK!

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  40. Barry Horowitz PUT GUYS OVER in the WWF and WCW on two separate occasions at each fed

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  41. Spivey, Dan (American Eagle NWA, Spivey WWF, Varsity Club/Skyscrapers WCW, Waylon Mercy WWF)

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