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Wrestling By The Numbers: Accie ‘D’Lo Brown’ Connor‏



TNA Wrestling has announced the release of their head road agent and producer Accie ‘D’Lo Brown’ Connor. The 42-year-old Burlington New Jersey native was signed by TNA in September of 2009 and over the past 4-years had also worked for the company in talent relations, talent development and occasionally as an in-ring performer. This was Connor’s second stint with the organization as he performed as an active wrestler from March of 2003 until July of 2004 becoming a former 1-Time TNA Tag-Team Champion with partner Gran Apollo. Connor was asked by TNA management to restructure his deal but after agreeing to the new terms was still released on July 17th.

Accie Conner is a 19-year veteran of professional wrestling who first debuted in 1994 after having been trained by Larry Sharpe, Al Snow and Jim Cornette. Performing under his real name he wrestled against Earthquake in his very first match which aired on WWE Superstars. Connor went on to compete for a couple of months for the World Wrestling Association before being signed by Smokey Mountain Wresting in September of 1994. In SMW he became known as D’Lo Brown and was the head of security for the popular tag-team The Gangstas. In August of 1995 New Jack and Mustafa Saed signed with Extreme Championship Wrestling and D’Lo Brown signed a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment.

After first signing with the WWE he was assigned to their developmental territory the Heartland Wrestling Association where he remained for a couple years while also making apperances on WWE television as an enhancement talent. D’Lo Brown became a regular fixed on WWE programming in 1997 as he was introduced as a member of the popular Nation Of Domination faction. Over the next 6-years with the WWE Brown would form multiple tag-teams and become a former 1-Time WWE Intercontinental Champion and 4-Time WWE European Champion. He was released from his contract in February of 2003.

After his release A.C. Connor would spend a little over a year with TNA Wrestling from 2003-2004 before joining All Japan Pro Wrestling for 2-years from 2005-2007. During this time he also competed for numerous organizations in the United Kingdom. He would resign with the WWE in June of 2008 only to be released 6-months later in what the company described as a cost cutting measure at the time. In the year 2009 Brown went on to compete with Ring Of Honor Wrestling, Pro Wrestling NOAH and multiple independent organizations before resigning with Dixie Carter’s TNA Wrestling.

Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Accie ‘D’Lo Brown’ Conner by the numbers…

TNA Wrestling:

* 41 Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 8 Main Event Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 4 Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

* 2 Main Event Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

World Wrestling Entertainment:

* 27 Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 2 Main Event Matches on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 5 Matches Managed on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 80 Matches on WWE Raw.

* 2 Main Event Matches on WWE Raw.

* 20 Matches on WWE Smackdown.

* 66 Matches ( 3rd Most All-Time ) on WWE Heat. (First Match: August 2nd 1998 Vs Ken Shamrock Last Match: January 12th 2003 Vs Maven)

* 20 Main Event Matches ( 7th Most All-Time ) on WWE Heat. (First Main Event Match: September 6th 1998 Vs Val Venis Last Main Event Match: December 8th 2002 With Christopher Nowinski Vs Al Snow & Maven)

* 26 Matches on WWE Shotgun Saturday Night.

* 3 Main Event Matches on WWE Shotgun Saturday Night.

* 7 Matches on WWE Superstars.

* 1 Match on WWE Wrestling Challenge.

* 39 Matches on WWE Jakked.

* 8 Main Event Matches on WWE Jakked.

All Japan Pro Wrestling:

* 5 Matches on AJPW Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Matches on AJPW Road To Rebirth Reverse 2003.

* 1 Main Event Match on AJPW Road To Rebirth Reverse 2003.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Real World Tag League 2003.

* 2 Matches on AJPW New Year Giant Series 2004.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Excite Series 2004.

* 1 Main Event Match on AJPW Excite Series 2004.

* 5 Matches on AJPW Hold Out Tour 2004.

* 2 Matches on AJPW Crossover 2004.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Summer Impact Tour 2004.

* 2 Matches on AJPW Keiji Mutoh 20th Anniversary Tour 2004.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Real World Tag League 2004.

* 3 Matches on AJPW New Year Shining Series 2004.

* 2 Matches on AJPW RO&D RO&D Festival Booya The World.

* 2 Main Event Matches on AJPW RO&D RO&D Festival Booya The World.

* 1 Match on AJPW 2005 Flashing Tour.

* 2 Matches on AJPW 2005 Shining Series.

* 4 Matches on AJPW Real World Tag League 2005.

* 3 Matches on AJPW New Year Shining Series 2006.

* 2 Matches on AJPW Excite Series 2006.

* 1 Main Event Match on AJPW Excite Series 2006.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Hold Out Tour 2006.

* 1 Main Event Match on AJPW Hold Out Tour 2006.

* 4 Matches on AJPW Champion Carnival 2006.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Rise Up Tour 2006.

* 7 Matches on AJPW Summer Action Series 2006.

* 2 Matches on AJPW 2006 Flashing Tour.

* 1 Main Event Match on AJPW 2006 Flashing Tour.

* 4 Matches on AJPW 2006 Shining Series.

* 2 Main Event Matches on AJPW 2006 Shining Series.

* 3 Matches on AJPW Real World Tag League 2006.

* 3 Matches on AJPW New Year Shining Series 2007.

* 2 Main Event Matches on AJPW New Year Shining Series 2007.

* 1 Match on AJPW Wrestle Kingdom In Tokyo Dome.

Pro Wrestling NOAH:

* 2 Matches on NOAH Northern Navigation 2007.

* 1 Main Event Match on NOAH Northern Navigation 2007.

* 1 Match on NOAH Navigation.

* 1 Main Event Match on NOAH Navigation.

* 3 Matches on NOAH Autumn Navigation 2007.

* 2 Matches on NOAH Global Tag League 2008.

* 5 Matches on NOAH Global Tag League 2009.

Ring Of Honor Wrestling:

* 1 Match on ROH Pay-Per-View.

* 6 Matches on ROH On Sinclair Broadcasting / HDNet.

* 1 Main Event Match on ROH On Sinclair Broadcasting / HDNet.

* 9 Matches on ROH Home Video Releases.

* 1 Main Event Match on ROH Home Video Releases.

Smokey Mountain Wrestling:

*11 Matches on SMW Television.

* 4 Main Event Matches on SMW Television.

Ohio Valley Wrestling:

* 1 Match on OVW Television.



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