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Fred Ottman

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Real Name Fred Ottman
Weight and Height 384 lbs. (174 kg) at 6'3'' (1.91 m)
Birthplace Miami, Florida (United States of America)
Date of Birth 10th August 1956 (age 64)
Debut 1984
 

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Alias Big Bubba, Big Fred, Big Steel Man, Bubba the Belt Collector, Fred Ottman, Hercules Haggerty, The Shockmaster, Siegfried, Siegfried the Giant, Tugboat, Tugboat Thomas, Typhoon, U.S. Steel
Familiy Ties Fred Ottman is the uncle of Cody and the brother-in-law of Dusty Rhodes.
Trainer Was trained by Boris Malenko.
Finisher Big Splash
Trademark Moves Bearhug Slam and Corner Splash
Tag Teams Downtown Connection with Goliath (as Big Bubba)
Natural Disasters [2] with Earthquake (as Typhoon)
Managed by Managed by Sir Oliver Humperdink (as "Fred Ottman"). Managed by Jimmy Hart (as "Typhoon").
Hair Match Lost as Big Bubba by Jerry Lawler (1986/11/23)
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- Fred Alex Ottman is an American retired professional wrestler.
- Worked for the
World Wrestling Federation from 1989 to 1994 under the ring names Tugboat and Typhoon.
- As Tugboat, he played a key ally of Hulk Hogan
- As Typhoon, he turned heel to form Natural Disasters [2] with Earthquake and held the WWF World Tag Team Titles.
- In 1993, he debuted as The Shockmaster in World Championship Wrestling and immediately fell over, losing his mask on live television while his teammates broke character and laughed. This botch hurt his career in the short term but is now generally regarded as the worst debut in wrestling history, notoriety he capitalized upon after his in-ring retirement.
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