Late 1993 – WCW Saturday Night: Paul Orndorff and Steve Austin defeated Arn Anderson and Paul Roma.
~~~Roma then adopted Erik Watts as a partner to do battle against Paul Orndorff and Steve Austin.
~~~This time, Roma blatantly turned against Watts and announced a new partnership – with Paul Orndorff!
~~~ “Pretty” Paul Roma and Paul “Mr Wonderful” Orndorff became known as “Pretty Wonderful”, managed by the Assassin.
December 27, 1993 – Starrcade: Pretty Wonderful w/The Assassin defeated Marcus Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio.
January 27, 1994 – The Clash: Marcus Bagwell and Too Cold Scorpio defeated Pretty Wonderful w/The Assassin.
World Championship Wrestling – Pretty Wonderful II:
May 1994: Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma reunited but without Assassin as their manager.
May 22, 1994 – Slamboree: Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff and Paul Roma) defeated Brad and Brian Armstrong in a dark match.
Summer 1994: Pretty Wonderful attacked Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan (Tag Champs) using Dave Sullivan’s crutch.
July 17, 1994 – Bash at the Beach: Pretty Wonderful defeated Cactus Jack and Kevin Sullivan to win the Tag Team titles!
August 28, 1994 – The Clash: The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) defeated Pretty Wonderful in a Non Title match.
September 18, 1994 – Fall Brawl: Pretty Wonderful defeated Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot to retain the Tag Team titles.
September 25, 1994 – WCW: Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot defeated Pretty Wonderful to win the Tag Team titles..
October 23, 1994 – Halloween Havoc: Pretty Wonderful defeated Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot to recapture the Tag Team titles!
November 16, 1994 – The Clash: Marcus Bagwell and The Patriot defeated Pretty Wonderful to win the Tag Team titles.
~~~The matched ended with two simultaneous pinfalls, but was match was awarded to Stars and Stripes.
February 19, 1995 – Superbrawl V: Alex Wright defeated Paul Roma.
~~~Roma was fired from WCW after his performance in a match with Alex Wright.
~~~Roma no-sold Wright’s offense, mocked his dance and generally went out of his way to make Wright look bad.
~~~Wright won with a flukey rollup, Roma kicked out of it, but the ref counted three anyway.
In The Meantime:
Paul Roma was religated to the independant wrestling scene after that.
1997: Rumors circulate that Paul and his brother Alex were trying to get into the WWF, but nothing ever happened.
2006: Paul Roma resurfaced and was named the “commissioner” of Connecticut Championship Wrestling.
February 25, 2006 – Conneticut Championship Wrestling: Paul Roma and Paul Orndorff (aka Pretty Wonderful) had a public reunion.
July 8, 2006 – IAW Clash at the Cove 8: Paul Roma defeated Brian Costello in a Chain match to win the IWA Heavyweight title.
David Magowan (Northern Ireland) wrote in: I wanted to personally send you some details about Paul Roma’s boxing career. Roma’s overall record in boxing was 3 fights, 2 wins, 2 ko’s, 1 loss, 0 draws. His first fight was a defeat to Jerry Arentzen (his last ever win as he went on to lose 16 of his last 17 fight, the other was a no-contest), then his 2 wins came against Norman Fortini on April 1st 1992 (1st round knockout) and against Norman Shink on May 22nd 1992 (2nd round TKO), both fighters were debutants and were their only fights. The date of Roma first fight was March 6th 1992. I hope this information is useful to you. The following source comes from http://www.boxrec.com/boxer_display.php?boxer_id=054015
April 29, 1960
Kensington, New York
Height and Weight
5'11" 235 lbs
Glory "Pretty" Paul Roma
Top Rope Elbow Drop Top Rope Splash
Missile Drop Kick Snap Power Slam Sunset Flip
The Hart Foundation Jim Powers The Brooklyn Brawler Too Cold Scorpio Marcus Bagwell The Patriot
Fitness model and WWE “Diva of the Decade” Trish Stratus
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