B. Ware was with the WWF from the late 80’s to the mid 90’s. He was sort of a
fan favorite, but never won any championships. He always carried his trusty
bird Frankie to the ring whenever he was about to job to whichever heel the WWF
was trying to push. He got squashed by Yokozuna on the first ever RAW. His few
victories were against people like the Brooklyn
Brawler. He was definitely the token face jobber of his time. He would always
be sent into the Royal Rumble as cannon fodder, and he would always be one of
the first faces eliminated at the Survivor Series. He was sort of like the
Scotty 2 Hotty of his day. Later in his career, he was teamed with Owen Hart as
High Energy. Continuing with the Koko tradition, he was still a jobber, only
now he was part of a tag team. High Energy wore incredibly stupid pants, as
seen above. Bobby Heenan mocked them more times than I can remember. High
energy had very little success, although the fans sort of liked them. In late
1992 the WWF was trying to push the Headshrinkers, so they needed someone for
them to completely demolish at Survivor Series ’92. Guess who they sent in?
High Energy! In March or April of 1994 Vince decided Koko’s days as the WWF’s
#1 jobber were over.
At Survivor Series 1990, Koko became the
first person ever to be Tombstoned by the Undertaker.
In what was possibly the most high-profile
match he ever won, he defeated Kato on a SummerSlam 1991 dark match.
Jobbing to Akeem in December 1988.
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