September 6, 1993 – RAW: The Quebecers (Jacques and Pierre) defeated Duane Gill and Barry Hardy.
September 13, 1993: The Quebecers defeated The Steiner Brothers by disqualification to win the WWF Tag Team titles.
~~~The Quebecers stated that the match would be fought under “Canadian” rules, so the titles changed hands!
September 27, 1993 – RAW: The Quebecers defeated The 1-2-3 Kid and Barry Horowitz to retain the Tag Team titles.
January 10, 1994 – RAW: Marty Jannetty and 1-2-3 Kid defeated The Quebecers for the WWF Tag Team titles.
January 17, 1994 – RAW: The Quebecers defeated Marty Jannetty and 1-2-3 Kid to recapture the WWF Tag Team titles.
January 22, 1994 – Royal Rumble: The Quebecers defeated Bret and Owen Hart to retain their titles.
February 21, 1994 – RAW: Razor Ramon and The 1-2-3 Kid defeated The Quebecers by Disqualification.
March 20, 1994 – Wrestlemania X: Men on a Mission beat The Quebecers by count out (no title change).
March 21, 1994 – RAW: The Quebecers defeated The Bushwhackers.
March 29, 1994: Men on a Mission defeated The Quebecers to win the WWF Tag Team titles.
March 31, 1994: The Quebecers defeated Men on a Mission to recapture the WWF Tag Team titles.
April 11, 1994 – RAW: The Quebecers defeated Men on a Mission (Mabel and Mo).
May 2, 1994 – RAW: The Quebecers defeated The Headshrinkers (Fatu and Samu).
June 25, 1994: The Headshrinkers defeated The Quebecers during a house show at the Montreal Forum
~~~After the match, Pierre Ouellet and Johnny Polo (aka Raven) turned on Jacques Rougeau.
~~~Raymond Rougeau then ran down to the ring to save his brother – reuniting the Rougeaus.
October 21, 1994 – Jacques Rougeau Retirement Show: Jacques Rougeau defeated Pierre Oulette in the main event.
World Championship Wrestling – Amazing French Canadians:
Jacques Rougeau left the business, but came back with WCW with Ouelette as the “Amazing French Canadians”.
~~~they were managed by Col. Robert Parker (who began dressing in a French Foreign Legion uniform).
September 9, 1996 – Nitro: The Nasty Boys (Knobbs and Sags) defeated The Amazing French Canadians
September 21, 1996 – Saturday Night: Amazing French Canadians defeated Scott and Steve Armstrong
October 28, 1996 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadians vs. High Voltage ended in a No-Contest
November 11, 1996 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadians vs. Harlem Heat ended in a No Contest
November 18, 1996 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadians beat The American Males
November 23, 1996 – Saturday Night: The Amazing French Canadians defeated Mark Starr and Casey Thompson
November 24, 1996 – WCW World War III: Harlem Heat defeated The Amazing French Canadians
~~~Stipulation was that if Harlem Heat won then Sister Sherri would get 3 minutes with Parker
December 2, 1996 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadians defeated The Renegade and Joe Gomez
December 23, 1996 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadians defeated Public Enemy by disqualification
December 30, 1996 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadiens defeated Public Enemy
January 6, 1997 – Nitro: Harlem Heat defeated The Amazing French Canadiens
January 20, 1997 – Nitro: Lord Steve Regal defeated Jacques Rogeau in a singles match.
January 21, 1997 – Clash of the Champions: Steiner Brothers defeated The Amazing French Canadians
January 27, 1997 – Nitro: Arn Anderson (final match) and Mongo McMichael beat the Amazing French Canadians.
February 1, 1997 – Saturday Night: The Amazing French-Canadians defeated High Voltage
February 17, 1997 – Nitro: Public Enemy defeated The Amazing French Canadiens
March 1, 1997 – Saturday Night: Public Enemy defeated The Amazing French-Canadians by Disqualification
March 10, 1997 – Nitro: Lex Luger and The Giant and The Steiners beat Greg Valentine and Roadblock and The AFC
March 24, 1997 – Nitro: The Steiner Brothers defeated The Amazing French Canadians
March 31, 1997 – Nitro: The Amazing French Canadians defeated Jeff Jarrett and Steve McMichael
May 24, 1997 – Saturday Night: The Steiner Brothers defeated The Amazing French Canadians
June 16, 1997 – Nitro: Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) defeated The Amazing French Canadians
1997 – WCW: Jacques Rougeau defeated Hulk Hogan with a clean pin on a WCW card in Montreal.
World Wrestling Federation – The Quebecers:
1998: The Quebecers (Jacques Rougeau and Pierre Ouelette) were both rehired.
February 15, 1998 – No Way Out: The Godwinn Cousins defeated The Quebecers
March 29, 1998 – Wrestlemania XIV: The Quebecers competed in a Tag-Team Battle Royal which was won by the LOD 2000.
World Championship Wrestling – Team Canada:
Jacques Rougeau was briefly a member of WCW’s Team Canada, with Lance Storm, Carl Ouelette and Elix Skipper.
August 13, 2000 – WCW New Blood Rising: Lance Storm defeated Mike Awesome.
~~~The legendary Jacques Rougeau was the guest referee and kept adding stipulations in Storm’s favor.
~~~Afterwards, Jacques Rougeau knocked out Mike Awesome and celebrated with Lance Storm and Bret “Hitman” Hart.
Jacques Rougeau opened a wrestling school in Montreal and also runs a very success wrestling promotion.
September 28, 2003: Jacques Rougeau Jr., 43, announced that he will be undergoing open heart surgery in January.
July 15, 2004: Jacques Rougeau pinned Kamala at halftime of the Montreal Alouettes football game before 20,000 fans.
~~~The Alouettes mascot, Touche (actually local indy wrestler Sexxxy Eddy), pinned Kim Chee (wrestler Eric Mastrocola).
July 7, 2005: Jim Duggan defeated Kurrgan with Jacques Rougeau as referee at halftime of a CFL game in Montreal.
Jacques Rougeau Jr.
June 13, 1960
Moved to Rowdon, Quebec
Height and Weight
6'3" 234 lbs
1977 (Montreal) August 1985 (WWF)
The Flying Elbow (Montreal)
The Quebec Crab (Boston crab)
Carotid Control Technique
Chokeslam to running opponent
Terry Taylor (Tennessee)
The Garvin Brothers
The Dream Team
The Dream Team II
The Killer Bees
The Hart Foundation
The British Bulldogs
The Big Bossman
Men on a Mission
The Steiner Brothers
123 Kid/Marty Jannetty
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