World Class Championship Wrestling Results:
- 1987 – WCCW: Jeep Swensen defeated Dusty Wolfe & Jeff Raitz (in 47 seconds) in a “2 Minute Handicap Match”..
- May 3, 1987 – WCCW 4th Annual Von Erich Memorial Parade of Champions: Bruiser Brody defeated Jeep Swensen..Other Wrestling Facts:
- Jeep Swenson was at one point managed by legendary professional wrestling manager Gary Hart..
- Jeep Swenson feuded with Moadib (Tony “Ahmed Johnson” Norris) while wrestling in the Dallas-based Global Wrestling Federation…World Championship Wrestling Results:
- March 18, 1996 – WCW Nitro: (As Ultimate Solution) appears along with Z-Gangsta (Zeus), Kevin Sullivan and Ric Flair..
- March 24, 1996 – WCW Uncensored: Ultimate Solution participates in the “Tower of Doom” match against Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage..
- ~~~Teamed with Lex Luger, Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Faces of Fear, Kevin Sullivan & Zeus lost to Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage..Movies And Television:
- Jeep Swensen was in an early Jackie Chan film called “The Big Brawl”, along with Ox Baker & Hard Boiled Haggerty…
- Jeep Swensen also appeared in Hulk Hogan‘s 1989 movie “No Holds Barred” as an opponent for Zeus..
- Jeep Swensen starred with Adam Sandler, James Caan & Damon Wayans in the movie “Bulletproof”..
- Jeep Swensen was in the film “Batman & Robin”, where he portrayed Uma Thurman’s sidekick “Bane”..
- Jeep Swensen starred in the movie “The Bad Pack” along with fellow pro-wrestler “Rowdy” Roddy Piper..
- Jeep Swensen appeared on two episodes of Chuck Norris’ hit television show “Walker, Texas Ranger”..
- ~~~Excluding “Bulletproof”, every other movie Jeep was in, featured another pro-wrestler..Personal Facts:
- Jeep Swensen got his nickname “Jeep” from his dad (a military man) who was known as “Tank”..
- ~~~His Dad’s logic was that every tank needed a jeep, so he began calling him “Jeep”..
- Jeep’s daughter’s name is Kayleigh; and his wife (at the time of his death) is named Erin..
- August 18, 1997: Jeep Swensen died (of heart failure) at UCLA Medical Center; He was 40 years old..
- ~”Hollywood” Hulk Hogan and actor James Caan both delivered eulogies at his funeral..
- The November 1997 Issue of ‘Max Muscle Magazine’ featured a tribute to Jeep Swenson..
- The February 1998 Issue of ‘Musclemag International’ featured a tribute to Jeep Swenson..