Bryan Clark

Jan 8, 2010 - by Steve Gerweck

bryan clark

Real name: Bryan Clark
Height: 6’6″
Weight: 292 lbs.
Date of birth: March 14, 1964
From: Harrisburg, PA
Pro Debut: 1991
Trained by: Ox Baker
Finishing move: Meltdown
Audio: Clark interviewed on the Gerweck Report Hotline


– Clark entered Jim Cornette’s Smoky Mountain Wrestling promotion as the Night Stalker.
– On November 29, 1992, the Night Stalker defeated Robbie Eagle (formerly known as the Maestro in WCW).
– The Night Stalker won the SMW Beat the Champ title on February 8, 1993.
– Clark entered the World Wrestling Federation as Adam Bomb. Johnny Polo served as his manager.
– Before the 1994 Summerslam PPV in Chicago, Adam Bomb defeated Kwang in a dark match.
– Clark left the WWF and entered World Championship Wrestling as Wrath. Wrath used the Meltdown as his finishing maneuver.
– Wrath interfered in the Glacier-Mortis match at the 1997 Slamboree in Charlotte, NC.
– At Bash at the Beach 1997, Mortis (Kanyon) and Wrath defeated Glacier and Ernest Miller.
– Mortis and Wrath beat Meng and the Barbarian at the 1997 Fall Brawl.
– Wrath defeated Meng at the 1998 Halloween Havoc in Las Vegas, NV.
– Clark and Brian Adams signed multi-year contracts with WCW, and were repackaged as Kronic.
– On the May 15, 2000 episode of the “Nitro,” Kronic defeated Shane Douglas and the Wall (subbing for a suspended Buff Bagwell) for the WCW World Tag Team title.
– At Bash at the Beach ’00 in Daytona Beach, FL, Kronic relieved Sean Stasiak and Chuck Palumbo of the World Tag Team title.
– At the German PPV “Millennium Final,” Kronic defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. and Billy Kidman.
– In August 2001, Kronic signed with the WWF.
– On the September 4, 2001 edition of “Smackdown” in Toronto, Kronic made their WWF debuts by attacking the Undertaker.
– On the September 17, 2001 episode of “Raw,” Kronic caused the Undertaker and Kane to drop the WWF World Tag Team title to the Dudley Boyz. Later on the show, Kronic and Steven Richards became member’s of the Alliance.
– After their dismal performance at the Unforgiven PPV, Kronic was assigned to the WWF farm system. As a result, Clark and the WWF parted ways.
– On February 24, 2002, Kronic reunited and defeated Native Blood at the WWA PPV “Revolution” in Las Vegas, NV.
– On July 17, 2002, Kronic defeated Keiji Mutoh and Taiyo Kea in Osaka, Japan to capture the All Japan Double Tag Team title.

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