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  Jacques Rougeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jacques Rougeau (born June 13, 1960) is a French-Canadien professional wrestler from Saint-Sulpice, Quebec, best known for his appearances in the 1980s and 1990s with the World Wrestling Federation under his own name, and as The Mountie.
The Rougeau family as a whole has been very involved in professional wrestling; Jacques is the younger brother of Raymond Rougeau, the son of Jacques Rougeau, Sr.
Jacques and Raymond upset The Hart Foundation for the titles at the Montreal Forum on August 10, 1987 but the championship was later returned since the challengers won the match after using Jimmy Hart's megaphone as a weapon.
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 PAGE OF FAME: Raymond & Jacques Rougeau
Jacques began wrestling around 1980 and was successful in the Southern U.S., particularly in Tennessee (where he had a major feud with Terry Taylor) and in Alabama, where traded the Southeastern title with fellow Quebec wrestler Jos LeDuc.
Raymond and Jacques were tag champs for the Bravo/Brito promotion in Montreal in the 80s before joining the WWF in 1985.
Rayond and Jacques were declared the new tag champions after defeating the Hart Foundation in Montreal in August 1987, but the decision was overturned.
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 Interview Highlights: Jacques Rougeau describes backstage fights with Dynamite Kid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jacques and his brother Raymond were together with The Bulldogs across from him and Vince was in the middle.
Jacques said he felt something was up and knew Dynamite might try to drop him onto the cement floor on his head as he came off the ropes.
Jacques said that Vince made the offer to make the match a 20 minute broadway, to which Jacques responded shocked, asking why they would do it with The Bulldogs who were jobbers in his eyes at that time.
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 Pro Wrestling Insider - Pro Wrestling News Inside & Out
Jacques remembers vividly traveling from Memphis, TN (where he first was an "All-American Boy") to south of the border in Mexico and the great experiences he had there.
Jacques especially looks back at their legendary "Jailhouse Match" from SummerSlam '91 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, and feels that is one of the most-entertaining matches in the history of professional wrestling.
Jacques was very candid in saying "no," simply because he has not followed the current product in several years, and again, is focusing on his own personal projects.
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 PAGE OF FAME: Johnny & Jacques Rougeau
Jacques started wrestling in the mid-50s, and first won the International title in 1971 by defeating Abdullah the Butcher.
A star in Quebec, but when he travelled through the NWF territory in the 70s, he often worked low on the card, although he was always presented as a main eventer (and did win their world title).
Jacques is the father of Raymond and Jacques Jr.
www.garywill.com /wrestling/canada/rougeau.htm   (414 words)

When Jacques Rougeau stopped teaming with brother Raymond in the WWF and assumed the gimmick of the Mountie, it was probably a no-brainer attempt to cartoon-ize his Canadian heritage into something marketable.
Rougeau would hold his only WWF singles title as the Mountie - the Intercontinental strap - in January 1992.
When Jacques Rougeau formed The Quebecers tag team with Pierre (Carl) Oulette in 1993, their ring attire was similar to the Mountie's getup.
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 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jacques Rougeau's father is Jacques Rougeau Sr, and brothers are Raymond & Armand, -- Also Johnny Rougeau (Uncle)..
Jacques Rougeau returned to the WWF as one half of the Quebecers with Pierre Ouelette..
Jacques Rougeau was briefly a member of WCW's Team Canada, with Lance Storm, Carl Ouelette & Elix Skipper..
www.obsessedwithwrestling.com /profiles/j/jacques-rougeau.html   (1442 words)

 SLAM! Wrestling - Jacques Rougeau Jr. chat
Jacques, Throughout your career, one of the trademarks you and Pierre did was "Sing" the Canadian National Anthem, did you ever feel uncomfortable when singing it and did you by ever feel like you were disgracing Canada?
Jacques : Raymond is still an announcer for the WWF in French in Europe.
Jacques : When you are put in a position to be a champion, you actually have the job of bringing the belts everywhere you go.
www.canoe.ca /SlamWrestlingChats/may1_rougeau.html   (2207 words)

 Jacques Rougeau
The Rougeaus were eliminated by the Hart Foundation.
Jacques was eliminated by Luger, who was the 'sole survivor'.
Later on, Rougeau competed in the "WWIII Three-Ring Battle Royal", which was won by the Giant.
www.accelerator3359.com /Wrestling/bios/rougeau.html   (888 words)

 SLAM! Wrestling Canadian Hall of Fame: The Rougeau Family
Jacques was the reason the Rougeaus disappeared from the WWF scene in 1989, wanting time off.
Rougeau's promotion proved that Montreal and the Molson Centre are no one's domain and that its citizens are fans of all quality wrestling.
 Jacques Rougeau Jr's Lutte International 2000 has never stopped believing in itself and with a goal of producing family oriented shows, last night's card was no different.
www.canoe.ca /SlamWrestlingRougeaus/home.html   (2108 words)

 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Raymond Rougeau's father is Jacque Rougeau Sr, and brothers are Jacques Jr & Armand -- Also Johnny Rougeau (Uncle)..
Raymond Rougeau was given a big push because his father was the lead face in the promotion..
Raymond Rougeau formed a very successful tag team with his brother, Jacques known as the Rougeau Brothers..
www.obsessedwithwrestling.com /profiles/r/raymond-rougeau.html   (1227 words)

 Wrestling Observer - headlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jacques tagged with his brother Raymond for four years in the WWF -- first as babyfaces for two.
Jacques found great fun in hunting for these souvenirs, but the schedule was grueling, with at least three weeks a month spent on the road.
Rougeau was elated to learn that Bret Hart would be dropping the Intercontinental belt to him that night, but McMahon was quick to quell his excitement.
www.wrestlingobserver.com /wo/news/headlines/default.asp?aID=10414   (1533 words)

Jacques si sposta a Memphis, Tennesee, dove assume il nome di Jerry Roberts, e nel mese di Novembre del 1982 batte Jerry Lawler, conquistando il suo primo AWA Memphis Southern championship.
Jacques rimane per due anni fuori dai circuiti e rientra nella WWF nel 1991 con la gimmick di The Mountie, il ranger canadese che "prende sempre il suo uomo".
Jacques, dopo pochi altri mesi di combattimenti in giro per il mondo decide che è abbastanza, e annuncia la sua intenzione di ritirarsi.
www.tuttowrestling.com /mountie.html   (1758 words)

 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Rougeaus were extremely popular on the Montreal circuit, due in part to their father Jacques Rougeau Sr.
The Rougeau Brothers feuded extensively with the Garvin Brothers -- Jimmy & Ron while wrestling in Montreal..
Jacques later became "The Mountie" and Raymond became a WWF French announcer..
www.obsessedwithwrestling.com /profiles/r/rougeau-brothers.html   (1188 words)

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Jacques¹ shows are always a success, but they are a success in a vacuum.
Jacques Rougeau Jr., in other words, was the King Log of Quebec Indy Wrestling.
Jacques Rougeau Jr., the man who had praised Beef Wellington and Kid Kamikaze to his students for keeping their commitment to him before leaving, was now actively encouraging his students to abandon their professional obligations.
www.declarationofindependents.net /doi/pages/specialsubmits/quebec.html   (2938 words)

 Jacques rougeau sr - Please support The History of WWE by clicking the link below. For   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jean Brassard, Raymond Rougeau, and Jacques Rougeau Sr.
The Rougeau family is surely after the Harts of Calgary the best know wrestling family in Canada.
The Bushwhackers defeated Jacques and Raymond Rougeau (w/ Jimmy Hart) at 13:35 Eddie Guerrero pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr.
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 Raymond Rougeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Raymond Rougeau began training with his father, Jacques Rougeau, Sr.
They formed a tag team and were initially faces, but in 1988 they turned heel and became The Fabulous Rougeaus, a pair of French Canadians who (insincerely) claimed to love America.
Rougeau now owns income management properties, and has been active in city council politics since 2002; he was initially elected with 72% of the vote, was re-elected unopposed, and will hold his office until 2010.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Raymond_Rougeau   (328 words)

 I.W.A. International Heavyweight Title (Montreal)
X/Tarzan Zorra 71/06/21 Montreal, QC Abdullah the Butcher [3] 71/10 Carlos Rocha 72/01 The Sheik [2] 72/05 Jacques Rougeau [2] 72/07 Montreal, QC Johnny Valentine 72/10 Jacques Rougeau [3] 73/01 * Awarded when Valentine no-shows the rematch.
Dick Taylor 73 Jacques Rougeau [4] 73 * Awarded when Taylor no-shows the rematch.
Jacques Rougeau [5] 74 * Promotions closes in 75.
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Summer 1985 was marked by one of the most popular rivalries ever done as the Rougeau Brothers and the Garvin Brothers took on each other at two memorable dates at the Montreal Forum.
Rougeau's story was at least special : in order to accept his fate, he wrote an excellent biography (edited by Québecor).
A member of the Rougeau Family, Armand, saw his career broken when he was victim of a severe back injury in 1986 and was forced to retire from the sport.
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 The W -- When King Log Became King Stork: Jacques Rougeau Jr. & Quebec Indy Wrestling
Well, given that the fans at FLQ accused Jacques of being a pedophile, called him "Jacques le Cock" and chanted "Shut the FUCK up!" odds are pretty good that Jacques is warming up his dancing shoes.
And if Jacques had just announced in August that his students were going to wrestle in FLQ, he wouldn't be getting the flack he is getting now.
I was going for a be careful what you wish for vibe because for years people were begging Jacques to let his students actually wrestle, and they finally got their wish only to have it yanked away from them.
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 Wrestling Observer - headlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jacques mentioned that he has had to change his lifestyle significantly over
Jacques broke into the business in 1977, when he saw his professional debut,
Jacques remembers vividly traveling from Memphis, TN (where he first was an "All-American Boy") to south of the border in Mexico
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 jacques rougeau - search results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
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 Ring of Honor Discussion Forum - Profile/History on Kevin Steen
The problem was that as one of Rougeau’s students, Kevin almost never wrestled, performing only during one of Jacques’ rare “Gala Famille” that happened two, three times a year at most.
So people’s enthusiasm for Kevin’s skills were tempered by the fact that you almost never got to see him display his skills… and when you did you were watching a match that for all you knew had been practiced on for six months, so it had better be good.
In the wake of PCO’s departure, Jacques Rougeau Jr.
www.rohwrestling.com /MessageBoard/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=7506   (4708 words)

 Ted DiBiase vs Jacques Rougeau - Death Valley Driver Video Review Message Board
Hell, we don't even get Jacques trademark "whine like a little girl" reactions when he gets hit.
The match is o.k, but Rougeau's strikes are god awful.
Rougeau does get some neat offense in but there are just too many dull points to justify a high mark from me. I never even believed remotely for a second that DiBiase was in danger of losing and saw the finish coming a mile away.
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 Jacques Rougeau Interview: Talks his wrestling school, & WrestleMania
It was almost too easy." Regarding his feud/working with The Rockers, Jacques described how both teams tried their hardest to impress Vince McMahon, even going so far as to suggest more of their epic 60-minute tag team matches -- which they did on eight separate occassions.
Jacques loved pulling ribs on Vince, even going 1 hour & 16 minutes with Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty at Madison Square Garden.
His goal is to get more people talking about independent wrestling north of the border again, and to be able to have famiilies take their children to his shows -- and not have to worry about wondering if it's the right decision/if it's safe to go to a pro wrestling event.
www.wrestleview.com /news2006/1141597617.shtml   (1615 words)

 Update/Postscript to story from TWO newsletter - Talk Wrestling Online
Tank, Rougeau's Lutte Familiale champion, finally snapped under the pressure and showed up at the CWA show as he had originally committed to do.
The main event, which was supposed to be Jacques Rougeau Jr.
Eric Mastrocola is also being changed as Jacques' health doesn't permit him wrestling in the main event so instead he and his brother Ray will wrestle as a tag team against Eric and a partner that hasn't been announced yet.
www.talkwrestlingonline.com /forum/showthread.php?t=9471   (565 words)

 Rhyno comments on heading to TNA, Jacques Rougeau and CFL, & more
Rhyno isn't expected to be the only new talent debuting that night for the company as well.
Eric Mallette sent word that during a CFL game on Friday night, Jacques Rougeau ran his annual halftime wrestling show for the crowd in attendance.
Eric Mastrocola defeated Serge Demers before the game, while Jim Duggan defeated Kurrgan with Jacques Rougeau as the special guest referee.
www.wrestleview.com /news2005/1121023003.shtml   (202 words)

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