Scott D’Amore

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Title History

 

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Career Highlights

In The Beginning:

  • June 14, 1992: Scott D’Amore had his first match against Otis Apollo in Amherstburg, Ontario..
  • June 1993-1996: Scott D’Amore worked for World Championship Wrestling as TV talent jobbing to many big stars..
  • ~~~Scott D’Amore had to leave World Championship Wrestling becuase his work visa was never put in place..
  • ~~~Scott D’Amore did a lot of jobs for WCW stars but did score an upset victory over Diamond Dallas Page..
  • Scott D’Amore travelled to Japan to work for the WAR promotion..
  • September-October 1995: Scott D’Amore was working in Germany for the World Cup of Wrestling promotion..
  • Late 1995: Scott Hunter (aka D’Amore) formed a tag team with a hockey gimmick with Dave Clark called Gross Misconduct..
  • 1997: Scott D’Amore started using a golfing gimmick and started wrestling as Chip Birdy..
  • Early 1998: Scott D’Amore had a tryout match with Extreme Championship Wrestling..Border City Wrestling:
  • Scott D’Amore ran and operated Border City Wrestling out of Windsor, Ontario..
  • December 20, 1996–Border City Wrestling: Scott D’Amore defeated Johnny Swinger.
  • January 23, 2002–Border City Wrestling: Johnny Swinger defeated Scott D’Amore to retain the BCW Cam-Am Heavyweight Title.NWA: Total Nonstop Action:
  • 2004: Scott D’Amore debuted in NWA Total Nonstop Action as the manager of Team Canada (in the America’s Cup Series)..
  • ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Scott D’Amore also had backstage duties as a Road Agent for Total Nonstop Action..
  • June 23, 2004 – NWA^TNA: Jerry Lynn defeated Scott D’Amore in a 10-minute match that went about 9½-minutes too long..
  • August 25, 2004 – TNA PPV: Team Canada (Scott D’Amore & Johnny Devine & Eric Young) defeated 3-Live Krew..
  • August 27, 2004 – TNA Impact: Dusty Rhodes shows up in the front row, and gets attacked by Scott D’Amore and ejected again..
  • September 3, 2004 – TNA Impact: Scott D’Amore w/Team Canada defeated Chasyn Rance..
  • September 8, 2004 – TNA PPV: Dusty Rhodes defeated Scott D’Amore with Vince Russo as the special guest referee..
  • February 20, 2005–Vince Russo’s GLORY Wrestling: Scott D’Amore & Scott Hudson were announcers for this PPV taping..
  • April 15, 2005–Border City Wrestling: Scott D’Amore & Sean Waltman defeated Joe Doring & A-1 (Shane Douglas refereed)
  • November 13, 2005 – TNA Genesis: Christian Cage debuted and Scott D’Amore immediately offered him a spot in Team Canada..
  • ~~~Christian Cage reappeared at the end of the night with the Team Canada shirt on and shook Scott D’Amore’s hand!
  • ~~~Christian Cage then turned and gave Scott D’Amore the Unprettier and ripped off the shit revealing a TNA shirt!
  • December 17, 2005 – TNA Impact: Jeff Jarrett formed an alliance with AMW, Abyss & James Mitchell, Team Canada & Monty Brown!
  • December 31, 2005 – TNA Impact: Rhino defeated A-1 w/Scott D’Amore (Abyss attacked Rhino after the match!)..
  • ~~~Abyss finished Rhino off with a Black Hole Slam (Father James Mitchell & Scott D’Amore then shook hands)..
  • May 14, 2006 – TNA Sacrifice: Bobby Roode defeated Rhino with help from Coach Scott D’Amore..
  • June 18, 2006 – TNA Slammiversary: Rhino defeated Bobby Roode & Scott D’Amore in a Handicap match..
  • July 13, 2006 – TNA iMPACT: Team 3-D & Rhino & Jay Lethal defeated Team Canada (as a result, Team Canada forced to dispand)..
  • July 16, 2006 – TNA Victory Road: Scott D’Amore wished each member of Team Canada well — but ignored “Showtime” Eric Young..
  • December 13, 2006–Prime Time Wrestling: Robert Roode beat Abyss and Scott D’Amore (3-WAY) with Shane Douglas as referee
  • February 25, 2007–Dory Funk’s BANG: Lady Kimberly & Miss Vicki defeated The Claw & Gail Kim with Scott D’Amore as the referee
  • May 27, 2007–Dory Funk’s BANG: Johnny Magnum & Chris “The Giant” Carnage defeated Blain Rage & Scott D’Amore
  • December 9, 2007–Prime Time Wrestling: 2 Tuff Tony defeated Scott D’Amore in Belleville, Michigan..
  • December 21, 2007–Juggalo Championshit Wrestling: Jimmy Jacobs w/Scott D’Amore defeated Zach Gowen …
  • January 25, 2008–JCW: Corporal Robinson beat Tryton Steel w/Scott D’Amore to retain the JCW World Heavyweight title..
  • August 9, 2009 JCW Bloodymania III: Ken Shamrock defeated Jimmy Jacobs w/ Scott D’Amore (Dan Severn was guest referee).
  • November 13, 2009 Border City Wrestling: Scott D’Amore & Petey Williams defeated Joe Doering & Tyson Dux..
  • ~~~with spcial guest referee Kurt Angle (Jake O’Reilly & Jon Bolen interfered until Rhino came out and took care of them).Mike Aldren wrote (On February 2010): Scott D’Amore has left the company again. The office had asked him to relocate to Nashville several times, but that wasn’t something he wanted to do. He said he was proud of his time with TNA both infront and behind the camera and is rooting for them to succeed. He was most recently an agent for the Knockouts division but missed the last set of television tapings due to shoulder surgery. He announced that his Border City Wrestling group, based out of Windsor, Ontario, will be merging with Toronto’s BSE Pro Wrestling, run by Jason Brown, to become Maximum Pro Wrestling. The new company is planning to run live event tours, pay-per-view, and DVD releases as well as develop a new television series.