American professional wrestler and a former Royal marines workout pdf States Marine. He is currently signed to the WWE where he works as a producer.
The Roadie from 1994 to 1995 and as “Road Dogg” Jesse James from 1996 to 2001. James from 2002 to 2009, and has also made appearances for several other promotions such as Smoky Mountain Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling, the United States Wrestling Association, the Catch Wrestling Association, and World Wrestling All-Stars. James has held numerous championships over the course of his three-decade career.
Additionally, James found success in singles competition by becoming a one time Intercontinental Champion and a one time Hardcore Champion. World Tag Team Champion with Konnan and Ron Killings under the Freebird Rule as the 3Live Kru. James also twice competed for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship on pay-per-view.
Bob wrestled, as did his brothers Scott, Brad, and Steve. James, under the ring name Brian Armstrong, made his professional wrestling debut on December 1, 1986, where he defeated Kevin Sullivan in a match for NWA Southeast Championship Wrestling. Following this, James put his wrestling career on hold in order to enlist in the United States Marine Corps in 1987 before wrestling another match in 1991 after serving a tour of duty, where he wrestled and lost to Terrance Taylor on July 7, 1991 during the final night of World Championship Wrestling’s The Great American Bash house show tour. After completing another tour of duty, James made his debut for Smoky Mountain Wrestling on November 20, 1992 under a mask as The Dark Secret, where he lost to Tracy Smothers.
As The Dark Secret, James was relegated to jobbing, as he would lose continuously in both singles and tag team matches throughout the rest of 1992 and into 1993. Following another tour of duty, James returned to SMW five months later on July 2, where he lost to Bobby Blaze.
On July 19, James, now using his Brian Armstrong ring name, defeated Killer Kyle in a dark match. Following this, James would alternate between the Brian Armstrong and The Dark Secret ring names, where he would find success in singles and tag team matches under the former and continue to job under the latter. In addition to SMW, James would resume wrestling for World Championship Wrestling under his Brian Armstrong ring name, as he made his return to the promotion on the November 30 episode of Saturday Night in a losing effort to Steve Austin. Beginning in 1994, James would begin to wrestle more frequently for WCW, including a championship match against promotion’s World Television Champion Lord Steven Regal which he lost.