High-risk moves don't always pay off, as Superstars like Jeff Hardy and Triple H find out in this edition of WWE Fury.06/23/2017 - 14:00
Mr. McMahon reveals the one ingredient that made him a success: Ruthless Aggression. He demands to see that trait from the Raw roster.06/13/2017 - 16:45
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Every Superstar needs to always keep his or her wits about them - even when they head to the ring. Here are the 10 most infamous instances of Superstars getting ambushed as they make their entrance.06/23/2017 - 14:15
Fatigue sets in fast when WWE tryout attendees tackle one of the WWE Performance Center's greatest tests of endurance, the "Baldo bag" drill.06/23/2017 - 15:15
Finn Bálor recaps his memorable journey and multitude of activities while visiting Japan and Singapore to promote WWE's Live Events in those territories.06/23/2017 - 13:30
World Tag Team Champion
That was the call of Tugboat, one of the largest and most powerful men to ever compete in WWE. Dressed like an old-school sailor, the big man joined forces with Hulk Hogan in the early '90s and helped The Hulkster battle the devious team of Earthquake and Dino Bravo.
It wasn't long before Tugboat had a change of heart, however. In 1991, the powerhouse began calling himself Typhoon and joined up with Earthquake to form The Natural Disasters. Together, the two giants were a dominating duo and had many memorable battles with teams like Legion of Doom and Money, Inc. In 1992, the behemoths won the World Tag Team Championships and held the titles for three months. Soon after losing the gold, Typhoon would disappear from WWE.
In 2001, Tugboat made his return in the memorable Gimmick Battle Royal at WrestleMania X-Seven. While the big man hasn't been seen since, he did take the time to talk to WWE.com for a Where Are They Now? feature in 2007, which you can read here.