Some of these wrestlers or gimmicks are so forgettable that I bet you don't even know who are they are! You might know them for under names but definitely not the ones you will see below.
So yes, let's get right on to the list and see the pro wrestlers that everyone has forgotten about or have no clue who they are!
Peggy Lee Leather
After splitting up with Richter, Peggy Lee became a heel and challenged her former partner for the Women's Title but failed to capture it. After leaving WWF she went to multiple promotions such as AWA,Powerful Women of Wrestling,Ladies Wrestling Association, and Women of Wrestling.
She also went by the names of Lady X and The Thug. She still wrestles in the indies every now and then.
Anyway Kwee Wee was mainly used as a mid-carder and jobber. He had forgettable feuds with the likes of Prince Iaukea,Elix Skipper,and the Natural Born Thrillers. Later on when Kwee Wee was released from WCW he went to World Wrestling All-Stars for a short time as "The Funkster" a parody of Hulk Hogan, it was also terrible.
Later on he would wrestle for other companies like TNA and AJPW where he would still portray gay gimmicks. He currently wrestles for Lucha Libre USA as "Chi Chi" a parody of Lady Gaga. Poor guy.
So yeah, Ice Train started off as a singles wrestler but would later find minimum success with a partnership with Scott Norton known as "Fire and Ice." They feuded with various tag-teams such as The Steiner Bros and Rock and Roll Express but never captured the tag-team gold.
After Fire and Ice split up and had a short feud together, Ice Train was managed by Teddy Long for a few more months before being re-packaged as M.I. Smooth bodyguard of the faction "The New Blood."
When WCW was bought out by WWF he retired.
But did you know that this Mexican wonder had a short stint in WWE back in 2005 where he was known as "Super Porky." He competed in SmackDown's junior division that only lasted for a few months. He actually never got to wrestle on-air and was only seen on backstage segments for comedic purposes.
When the Junior Division was folded, Super Porky was fired and went back to Mexico and became a much bigger and respected superstar.
When both of those companies went out, Chilly Willy wrestled for a bit in WWE as a jobber. He also wrestled in OVW, WWE's developmental territory at the time. He currently wrestles on various indie promotions that no one has probably heard of...
This time we got a man called Super Invader, a supposedly "Oriental Masked Assassin" whatever that means. He was also managed by the legendary Harley Race, but WHY?!
Super Invader got a massive push from WCW and they thought he would be the next big heel as he got to feud with the likes of Sting! His biggest match was an 8 Man Elimination Tag-Team Match where Super Invader teamed up with Jake "The Snake" Roberts,Rick Rude,and Vader and took on Sting,Steiner Brothers,and Nikita Koloff. Surprisingly the heels managed to win this one but Super Invader was eliminated early.
Super Invader had a few more matches after that 8 Man Tag on Clash of the Champions but later left the company. So who is the guy behind the mask you may ask? It's the late Hercules Hernandez.
"Pistol" Pez Whatley
He would also wrestle for companies such as Florida Championship Wrestling,Southeast Championship Wrestling in Alabama,and UWFi in Japan. Whatley also wrestled for WWF as a jobber.
After retiring from wrestling, Whatley became a trainer in WCW Power Plant. In 2005 he sadly passed away due to a heart attack.
The match was against the Hall of Famer; Bobo Brazil for the U.S. Championship. I don't know anything else about this guy other than he was a jobber around the 70's until probably early 80's, hell I don't even know if he's still alive or dead, although I do hope he's doing fine.
Also one thing is for sure that he is not related to Eddie & Doug Gilbert.
If you're talking about the Attitude Era, Just Joe is probably not a name that will pop out of your mind. His gimmick? Being a jobber, but Barry Horowitz did a better job on that one. He does have a few wins up his sleeve where he defeated Gangrel and Essa Rios, that must've probably felt like a WWE Championship victory for the guy!
He later had a short tag-team run with Sho Funaki but mainly got squashed by other bigger teams like The Dudleys, hell even Too Cool managed to beat them!
After being released in WWF, he went on to the indies and changed his name to "Joe E. Legend" he actually has a significant different look now as you can see here.
Like Just Joe, Key is one of the forgotten stars of the Attitude Era. He first appeared in a tag-team match between Droz and Prince Albert vs The Godfather and Val Venis. Key attacked the latter and helped Droz & Albert win and thus a trio of them was created.
It was short lived though as they would disband later on. Key would be then involved in a weird storyline where he would "hypnotize" Road Warrior Hawk and then help Droz join The Road Warriors. It's hard to explain, just look it up for yourself.
Key did not last long in the company, he only lasted for a few months if I'm not mistaken. He could've easily been a member of The Brood or even a hardcore champion contender.
Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion (The Patriots)
Anyway Firebreaker Chip is obviously a firefighter while Todd Champion is a soldier that returned from the deserts. Their one of two feuds were against The Fabulous Freebirds, in which they won the USA Tag-Team Championships.
Later on they would be beaten by Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers for the belt.
After the team disbanded, Chip (real name Curtis Thompson) became a bodybuilder and wrestled briefly for Jim Cornette's Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Todd Champion on the other hand continued to wrestle in Japan until retiring in 2000.
Rad Radford is a man who is wants to join The Bodydonnas but he has a "lame physique" so they won't allow him. But because he kept on insisting, Radford became a "Bodydonna-in-training." This lasted for a couple of months before he was kicked out of the group because they just gave up on him.
He would continue to wrestle for a few more months under this gimmick but was mainly used as a jobber. Spicolli was later fired by the WWF because of his drug problems. He would later wrestle for ECW and WCW until sadly passing away in 1998.
After retiring from becoming a bodybuilder he was recruited by WCW. He first went by the ring name "Big Bad John" but would later be re-packaged as Maxx Muscle, the heel bodyguard of DDP.
Maxx would help DDP cheat to win matches, but as always in wrestling cliches Maxx turned on DDP and joined the Dungeon of Doom. He would have a short feud with DDP, DDP won all of their encounters.
After that he would have his final match against a jobber named Roger Boone before leaving the company. After leaving WCW, Maxx didn't wrestle for two years until returning for Maryland Championship Wrestling. He would wrestle for a couple more years before retiring in 2000.
In 1994 he began training to become a wrestler, then in '95 he made his wrestling debut as "Mr. World Class" in USWA in an 8 Man Tag-Team Match. After that he took a 1 year hiatus from wrestling before returning this time in WCW where he loss to Big Bubba (aka Big Boss Man.) He took another hiatus to focus on bobsled and made his return on WCW Saturday Night where he defeated Lenny Lane.
He then appeared at World War 3 (his only wrestling PPV appearance) in a battle royal for the World Heavyweight Championship but loss after being eliminated by Kevin Nash. He would continue to wrestle sporadically in WCW for the rest of 1999 before ultimately retiring in wrestling.
He is now part of a ministry group in Dallas,Texas.
Super Giant Ninja
The man who actually played this gimmick is also the one who played the infamous "The Yeti" which is Ron Reis. When The Yeti went flop, WCW gave Ron Reis another gimmick and this is it; Super Giant Ninja.
This weird cartoonish gimmick only lasted for 3 matches! First as a participant in a battle royal in World War 3 1995, in a match against Barry Houston in which he won for WCW Prime,and a US Championship match against One Man Gang in which the ninja loss.
After this gimmick was scrapped, Reis stayed for WCW for a few more years and would be re-packaged as different names such as "Big Ron Studd" and "Reese." After WCW went out of business he wrestled for different indie promotions, most notably in Japan and in Vince Russo's Christian-oriented promotion; Glory Wrestling.
Super Giant Ninja may never go to the Hall of Fame, but in the Hall of Shame? He's definitely up there with the likes of Gobbledy Gooker and The Shockmaster!
(P.S. he's not related to Super Invader!)
If you know more forgettable wrestlers or gimmicks leave them down in the comments below.
Also just a quick update that MWC will be taking a little hiatus for a while because of very busy schedule. But don't worry we won't be taking a one year hiatus like what Chip Minton does! Peace.