While this deranged monster was not runaway model material, he was perfect for the world of WWE. Well, perfect for himself,
but the exact opposite for the audiences he terrified and WWE Superstars he encountered.
In 2004, Gene Snitsky
debuted and displayed his sadistic tendencies against the likes of John Cena,
In 2007, he moved to ECW and bludgeoned CM Punk,
Balls Mahoney, Matt Striker
and even Hardcore Holly by breaking his arm.
Snitsky lured in WWE for a few years, but was last seen on Raw. He'd often test his ability to harm anyone he
encountered. Such behavior gave the monster true pleasure.
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Snitsky...in TNA...in 2014
Ezekiel Jackson and Snitsky may not be long for TNA after all.
As reported, the two former WWE Superstars made a surprise appearance at Wednesday night's IMPACT WRESTLING taping at
The Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center in New York City - scheduled airdate July 24, 2014. They appeared as hired goons for Dixie Carter as they joined Ethan Carter III, Rhino and Rockstar Spud in attacking
Bully Ray, Devon and Tommy Dreamer during the Street Fight main event. The following night, with Dixie and King Mo looking
on from the balcony, Jackson and Snitsky wrestled alongside Ethan Carter III and Rhino against Bully Ray,
Devon, Dreamer and Al Snow in an Eight-Man Hardcore War Match - they lost. Now, what happens next is where things get interesting.
Following the match, Dixie headed to the ring with King Mo to meet Rhino, Rockstar Spud and EC3. Jackson and
Snitsky, who are members of "Team Dixie," were not there. This could indicate that they were fired by Dixie in a backstage segment
that was not shown to the audience.
This would not be surprising since it's difficult to forsee either wrestler, several years past their respective
primes, making a long-lasting impact in TNA. Doubt lingers over whether the perpetually injured Jackson can stay healthy -
his body turning on him in recent years was due to his overwhelming muscularity, and he insists on getting bigger.
Plus, TNA, which is notorious for featuring ex-WWE Superstars, never bothered to even give Snitsky a tryout match after leaving
WWE over five years ago. What does that say?
(See More Photos of Ezekiel Jackson and Snitsky's TNA Debut)