Alex Wright

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Alexander Wright (born May 17, 1975) is a British-German former professional wrestler and professional wrestling promoter.wikipedia
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Disco Inferno (wrestler)

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He remained a prominent mid-card performer during his seven-year tenure with WCW, including reigns as a one time Cruiserweight Champion, a one time World Television Champion and a one time World Tag Team Champion (with Disco Inferno).
During his six-year tenure with WCW, Gilbertti became a one-time Cruiserweight Champion, a two-time Television Champion and a one-time Tag Team Champion with Alex Wright.

Triple H

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His first feud was with Jean-Paul Levesque, whom he defeated at Starrcade in December in both men's pay-per-view debut.
Lévesque had a brief feud with Alex Wright that ended at Starrcade with Wright pinning him.

New European Championship Wrestling

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He was the owner, founder and CEO of New Sport Entertainment GmbH which is the company that owns New European Championship Wrestling.
Founder is Alex Wright, well known as an international successful wrestler himself and owner of the wrestling training centre "The Wright Stuff - Pro Wrestling School".

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In his early career, Wright went undefeated in matches against several WCW superstars including Bobby Eaton in January 1995 at Clash of the Champions XXX and Paul Roma at SuperBrawl V in February '95.
An infamous match took place at the event in which Alex Wright defeated Paul Roma, during which Roma kicked out of Wright's pinfall attempt where Roma was supposed to lose.

Best of the Super Juniors

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Due to WCW's partnership with New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), Wright participated in NJPW's Best of the Super Juniors and finished third in the tournament.

Eddie Guerrero

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He had several matches against Eddie Guerrero, with a very notable match taking place on The Main Event before Fall Brawl 1995: War Games, which resulted in a draw.
During his first few pay-per-view events, he competed in dark matches against Alex Wright.

Sabu (wrestler)

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In September 1995 on Nitro, Wright wrestled famed ECW wrestler Sabu.
Sabu made his WCW debut on the September 11, 1995 episode of WCW Monday Nitro against Alex Wright.

Brian Pillman

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He started wrestling against fellow cruiserweight and babyface Brian Pillman, whom he defeated in the opening match at The Great American Bash.
Pillman made his return in January 1995, originally to be renamed California Brian (which was scrapped after a week) as a babyface who had moved to California to pursue acting work on Baywatch, with Pillman slowly progressing into a tweener, feuding with wrestlers such as Brad Armstrong, Eddie Guerrero, Alex Wright and Marcus Bagwell by the fall.

Buff Bagwell

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On the July 16 edition of Main Event before Bash at the Beach, Wright teamed up with Marcus Bagwell to face Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck in a losing effort.
Patriot left WCW in May and Bagwell resumed to singles competition while making makeshift tag teams with Jim Duggan, Johnny B. Badd and Alex Wright to regain the World Tag Team Championship but could not regain the titles.

Koji Kanemoto

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Wright represented WCW against NJPW's Koji Kanemoto (for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship even though WCW never announced it as such) but ended up losing the bout to Kanemoto.
Kanemoto was the first man to defend the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship in the United States, a match against Alex Wright at Starrcade '95: World Cup of Wrestling (although World Championship Wrestling did not announce it as such).

Fall Brawl (1995)

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He had several matches against Eddie Guerrero, with a very notable match taking place on The Main Event before Fall Brawl 1995: War Games, which resulted in a draw.
During Main Event Eddy Guerrero made his WCW television debut in a match against Alex Wright.

Chris Jericho

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Wright was then pushed as a heel for the remainder of 1997, which led to his first championship gold: on the July 28 edition of Nitro, he defeated Chris Jericho to win the Cruiserweight Championship.
On August 26, 1996, Jericho made his first appearance with WCW on Monday Nitro against Alex Wright, and on September 15, he appeared at his first pay-per-view show in a match against Chris Benoit at Fall Brawl.

WCW Power Plant

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He signed a contract with Time Warner, the parent company of WCW, and went through more training at the WCW Power Plant.

Slamboree (1995)

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Wright's first loss was to World Television Champion Arn Anderson at Slamboree in May.
The Great Muta then retained the IWGP Heavyweight Championship against Paul Orndorff, and Arn Anderson retained the WCW World Television Championship against Alex Wright, handing Wright his first loss.

Último Dragón

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However, five days later, he defeated Último Dragón on the August 21 Clash of the Champions XXXV to win the World Television Championship.
He then turned face by dropping Onoo as his manager and won back the WCW World Television title from Regal before losing to Alex Wright at Clash of the Champions XXXV.

Bash at the Beach (1995)

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On the July 16 edition of Main Event before Bash at the Beach, Wright teamed up with Marcus Bagwell to face Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck in a losing effort.
During the last match on Main Event, Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck defeated Marcus Bagwell and Alex Wright.

List of WCW World Tag Team Champions

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He remained a prominent mid-card performer during his seven-year tenure with WCW, including reigns as a one time Cruiserweight Champion, a one time World Television Champion and a one time World Tag Team Champion (with Disco Inferno).

Paul Roma

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In his early career, Wright went undefeated in matches against several WCW superstars including Bobby Eaton in January 1995 at Clash of the Champions XXX and Paul Roma at SuperBrawl V in February '95.
Paul Roma was asked to help make WCW newcomer Alex Wright look good at SuperBrawl V.

The Dancing Fools

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Wright would then begin to patch things up with former rival Disco Inferno as they began teaming in 1998 to form a moderately successful tag team called the Dancing Fools, which at times also featured Japanese wrestler Tokyo Magnum in the role of a tag-along who regularly attempted to imitate their dancing styles.
The Dancing Fools were a professional wrestling tag team in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) composed of Disco Inferno and Alex Wright.

Randy Savage

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At World War 3, Wright took part in the first-ever three-ring 60-man battle royal for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship, which was won by Randy Savage.
and then interfered in Flair's match against Alex Wright, attacking Flair and causing Wright to get disqualified, which set up a tournament semi-final match in which the winner would face the winner of the Sting and Meng match for the United States Heavyweight Championship at The Great American Bash.

Dick Slater

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On the July 16 edition of Main Event before Bash at the Beach, Wright teamed up with Marcus Bagwell to face Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck in a losing effort.
At Slamboree, Slater and Earl Robert Eaton defeated Alex Wright and Disco Inferno in a Lethal Lottery match and then defeated Jim Duggan and VK Wallstreet in the second match of the Lethal Lottery to qualify for the Battlebowl battle royal to determine the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at The Great American Bash.

Dave Finlay

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Wright feuded with another fellow European wrestler, Fit Finlay, because he blamed Finlay for ending his father's career.
He then entered a feud with Alex Wright, who was angry at Finlay for having ended the wrestling career of his father, Steve Wright.

Debra Marshall

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Wright feuded with Steve McMichael after McMichael's valet Debra left him and became Wright's valet.
Next, Debra briefly managed Goldberg and Alex Wright.

Halloween Havoc (1997)

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She ordered the feud and in the rivalry, Wright defeated McMichael at Halloween Havoc, with help from Goldberg, who promptly attacked Wright postmatch.
The fourth match pitted Alex Wright against Steve McMichael, with Wright being a replacement for the departed Jeff Jarrett.

Jerry Tuite

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He spoke through an interpreter—Uta Ludendorff—and was accompanied to the ring by a large wrestler known as The Wall.
Tuite debuted in World Championship Wrestling in 1999 as a bodyguard for Berlyn, then later moved to the singles division.