While all the wrestlers on this site were more or less failures, Damian here had without a doubt what was one of the most lackluster, brief pushes you can find. He didn’t get into even one feud. It remains unseen whether it was due to the fact that he was supposedly from “the darkest reaches of your mind”, or that he used a knee drop as a finisher. Anyway his gimmick, if you could call it that, was that he was crazy. He heard voices and talked to himself a lot. His only pay-per-view was the 1993 Royal Rumble, where he was thrown out by Carlos Colon. He has the distinct of honor of main-eventing the first Monday Night RAW against the Undertaker. Like most other nights in Damian’s life, he jobbed, got in his cab, and went back to whatever motel room he was sharing with two other jobbers.
- Defeating Jim Brunzell on a RAW in what was surely a ***** classic.
- Well, considering he spent the first 4 or 5 months of his career jobbing and spent the last 4 or 5 beating jobbers on superstars, you can pretty much take your pick.