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  Jim Neidhart
Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart / Jim 'the Anvil' Neidhart
Summerslam (1988) (V) (as Jim 'the Anvil' Neidhart)....
Wrestlemania 2 (1986) (V) (as Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart)....
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 WWE: Superstars > Where Are They Now? > Catching up with Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart
Intensity is an attribute that many Superstars go their whole careers attempting to perfect in the ring, but for this former WWE Superstar, it was a trademark all his own, although he is quick to point out his beginning in the business was extreme enough.
After all his time in the territories, Neidhart and others in the sports-entertainment world began to see changes in the industry, and that is when he made the biggest decision of his career.
Jim “The AnvilNeidhart then became a mainstay with WWE in the ’80s, one-half of the legendary Hart Foundation with Bret “Hit Man” Hart.
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  Profile   (Site not responding. Last check: )
- Neidhart and Butch Reed defeated Magnum T.A and Jim Duggan in Shreveport, LA on October 12, 1983 for the NWA Mid South Tag team title.
- The Hart Foundation (Neidhart and Bret Hart), managed by Jimmy Hart, defeated the British Bulldogs for the WWF Tag Team title on January 26, 1987 in Tampa, FL.
- At Wrestlemania IV, Neidhart and Hart ditched "The Mouth of the South" and became babyfaces.
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 Wrestling Encyclopedia
In 1986, Neidhart made his WWF debut teaming with Bret Hart to form the Hart Foundation.
After Hart became a singles wrestler in 1992, Neidhart disappeared from the national spotlight until he returned once again to a prominent role in 1996 as part of the Hart Foundation with Bret Hart, Owen, The British Bulldog, and Brian Pillman.
In 1998, Neidhart was released from WCW and for years before his retirement wrestled in various independent promotions.
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 Jim Neidhart - Definition, explanation
In early 2005, Neidhart and his wife Ellie were accused of stealing $1010,000 of valuables from businessman John McCann.
Neidhart continues to wrestle on the Canadian independent circuit, and is pursuing a career in real estate.
Neidhart is a fan of the Calgary Flames, and owns a jersey signed by Theo Fleury.
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 Neidhart, Jim Wrestleinfo
Neidhart wrestled in Championship Wrestling from Florida (CWF) where he teamed with Krusher Kruschev winning the U.S. Tag Team championship and the fans hatred for becoming a Communist sympathizer with the hated Krushchev.
Neidhart had previously lost a televised match to Jerry "The King" Lawler under questionable circumstances (Lawler had struck Neidhart with a steel chair when the referee was down) and he was protesting his loss by sitting in the ring.
Neidhart left the WWF for a couple years before resurfacing at the 1994 King of the Ring.
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 Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart
Neidhart was later inducted to the official Stampede Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Neidhart and Hart came back in August 1990 to beat Demolition for their 2nd title reign, which lasted almost 7 months before losing to the Nasty Boys.
Neidhart has continued to wrestle in the independent circuit, though, and finished off a tour in the UK in 2001, fighting in Hammerlock Wrestling.
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 Pro Wrestling Insider - Pro Wrestling News Inside & Out
Neidhart stood in the aisle, and appeared to be thinking of leaving, while Roberts made more "poses" with the snake.
Bundy and Neidhart accidentally collided, then went to the floor to regroup and confer, while Yokozuna was in the ring, and Roberts was lying on the floor, eventually getting back into the ring.
Neidhart hit Roberts with a chair twice, while Yokozuna and Bundy stood on the apron in opposite corners.
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 James Neidhart Photos - James Neidhart News - James Neidhart Information
James Neidhart better known as Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart is a former American professional wrestler and was one half of the Hart Foundation with Bret "The Hitman" Hart.
Jim Neihart is a three-time WWE World Tag Team Championship, all reigns were with Bret Hart.
Jim's biggest claim to fame is his team of the Hart Foundation with Bret Hart.
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 News | TimesDaily.com | TimesDaily | Florence, Alabama (AL)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Once Neidhart found out his ring rat was going to be out of town, he stiffed the promotion the $500 airfare ticket (money he claimed that he was going to send to Butch, but neither Butch or Luke ever saw the money he stole).
In early 2005, Neidhart and his wife Ellie were accused in a lawsuit of stealing almost $10,000 in valuables from businessman John McCann.
Neidhart, an avid fisherman, can often be found fly-casting in the lakes and streams of Alberta.
www.timesdaily.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Jim_Neidhart   (687 words)

  
 The Hart Foundation Biography
He then suggested to WWE (then WWF) management that he would much prefer to be tag teamed with Jim Neidhart and Jimmy Hart to form a heel stable known as The Hart Foundation (which came from the fact that they all had the last name Hart in their names).
The uniqueness in the team was Jim and Bret's respective wrestling styles- Unlike where most tag teams are similar in ability, Neidhart was more of a brawler/ power wrestler, whereas Bret on the other hand was a sound and polished technician who used ring psychology to his advantage.
Neidhart and Smith left the WWF for WCW where they followed Bret, whereas Owen remained in the WWF, feeling that he may have been sued for breach of contract should he have left.
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 Warned.net - Wrestling Profile of Jim The Anvil Neidhart
Jim later reunited with Bret in 1997 as part of his stable of Canadian sympathizers who feuded with DX.
Jim Neidhart continues to wrestle on the Canadian independent circuit, and is pursuing a career in real estate.
Neidhart is a fan of the Calgary Flames, and owns several jerseys, including one signed by Theo Fleury.
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 foundationinterview1   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Former tag team champions, Hart and Neidhart are utterly ruthless and often cruel.
Neidhart, in particular, seems to delight in hurting opponents.
Neidhart is massive and strong as a bull.
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 Bret Hart Tribute
The match ended with Neidhart attacking Diesel, causing Bret to be disqualified, after his attack Neidhart deserted Bret and left him to the wolves.
Owen and Bret also had a Lumberjack match, where Neidhart was one of the lumberjacks, during the match he sneaked up on Bret and knocked him down, Owen then quickly pinned Bret, and thought that he had won the World Title, but a second referee made his way down and the decision was overturned.
When Jim Neidhart made his WCW debut, Ric Flair ignited the feud further when he used the figure four around the ring post, a move which Bret has used during 1997.
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 MySpace.com - JIM "THE ANVIL" NEIDHART - 51 - Male - Calgary Alberta, CA - www.myspace.com/jimtheanvilneidhart
Jim Neidhart was initially brought in as a singles wrestler, managed by Mr.
Jim Neidhart formed one of the greatest tag teams of all time with Bret Hart known as the Hart Foundation managed by Jimmy Hart..
Jim Neidhart formed a short-lived tag team with Owen Hart known as the New Foundation..
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 Obsessed With Wrestling
Jim Neidhart was initially brought in as a singles wrestler, managed by Mr.
Jim Neidhart formed one of the greatest tag teams of all time with Bret Hart known as the Hart Foundation managed by Jimmy Hart..
Jim Neidhart formed a short-lived tag team with Owen Hart known as the New Foundation..
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 Inferno Hour 2
Jim Neidhart rolls onto Roadie connecting with a knee.
Jim Neidhart uses a cradle suplex on Roadie.
Jim Neidhart bounces Roadie off the ropes and hits him with a backdrop.
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 PowerWrestling.com - Pro Wrestling News, Profiles, Results & More!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jim Neidhart is led to the ring by Owen Hart, and he will be in the corner of Jim for this contest.
Jim Neidhart goes from the second rope and misses a move and the British Bulldog fires away on Jim Neidhart with a number of clotheslines.
Jim says that Yokozuna is the only man who beat the Undertaker in his own match, and topped him in his own game.
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 Monday Hour 2
Jim Neidhart knees Fury and rolls back to his feet.
Jim Neidhart picks up Fury and front slams him on the.
Jim Neidhart executes the German suplex on Fury.
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 OAFE - WWF: The Hart Foundation review
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart got his nickname from the improbable sport of anvil tossing.
Neidhart is the same height as his partner, and has at the same joints.
Bret was in Series 1, Jimmy was in 7 and Neidhart was in a previous three-pack.
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 Warned.net - Wrestling Profile of The Hart Foundation
The Hart Foundation consisted of Jim The Avil Neidhart and Bret The Hitman Hart.
He was allowed to turn heel, and was partnered up with Jim Neidhart and Jimmy Hart to form the Hart Foundation.
Jim Neidhart, during this time formed a new tag team with Bret's younger brother Owen Hart.
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 -- Rajah.com -- Former WWE Star & Wife Accused Of $10,000 Robbery
Wrestling legend Jim (the Anvil) Neidhart and a daughter of grappling icon Stu Hart have been accused of pilfering jewelry from a city businessman's home.
Neither Neidhart could be reached for comment and calls to Ellie's lawyer were not returned.
A statement of defence by Jim Neidhart disputing the unproven allegations has not yet been filed.
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 Jim Neidhart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Henry (Jim) Neidhart (born August 2, 1956), is a professional wrestler, best known for his appearances in the 1980s and 1990s in the World Wrestling Federation as Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
Hart was also instrumental in ending the team's second championship reign at WrestleMania VII when he led the Nasty Boys to the titles against his former team.
His daughter, Nattie Neidhart, is also a wrestler.
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 Jim Hart | Find celebrity information and more at ActorTracker.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
1967 Topps #220 Jim Hart PSA 8 NM-MT
Hook by Jim V. Hart, Malia Scotch Marmo, Nick Castle...
1969 TOPPS BASEBALL JIM HART #555 PSA 8 NM/MT
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 The Outbreak Flashback Part 2
Hillbilly Jim is next, and he starts to trade blows with Jim Neidhart, and then throws him over the top and to the floor.
Jim Duggan is able to throw out Nikolai Volkov, and then the One Man Gang throws Hillbilly Jim.
Vince gives kudos to "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan the winner, and Jesse is still impressed with Bret Hart (who stayed in the longest) and Danny Davis, for how long he stayed in.
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 Shoot with Jim Neidhart
Jim Niedhart has been wrestling for over 23 years and in this very first shoot interview Jim discusses his entire wrestling career.
Jim takes us down memory lane as we talk about about Calgary and how he wound up in Stu Harts Dungeon.
Jim also tells us all about his stays in the other promotions like Mid South, Memphis and Florida.
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 Jim Neidhart at AllExperts
James Henry (Jim) Neidhart (born February 8, 1956 in Tampa, Florida, United States of America), is a professional wrestler, best known for his appearances in the 1980s and 1990s in the World Wrestling Federation as Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
They were managed by "The Mouth Of The South" Jimmy Hart, who led them to their first Tag Team Championship while interfering to effectively end their second championship reign at WrestleMania VII.
Neidhart, an avid fisherman, can often can be found fly-casting in the lakes and streams of Alberta.
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 WrestleView.com - Jim Neidhart FAQ
There was an angle in 1997 where Jim Neidhart joined D-Generation X for a short period of time, could you tell me exactly what happened because I missed it and never found out what did happen?
Shortly after the 97' screwjob, Neidhart was put into a storyline where he joined D-Generation X on Monday Night RAW.
As he was officially announced as the new member of D-X and raising his arms with other members, Chyna low blowed him from behind and D-X beat him down.
www.wrestleview.com /info/faq/jimneidhart.shtml   (135 words)

  
 CANOE -- SLAM! Sports - Wrestling - Neidhart still has it at 44
Back in his WWF glory days as one-half of the world tag-team champion Hart Foundation, Jim (The Anvil) Neidhart figured he would hang up his pink wrestling tights long before he turned 40.
Neidhart is slated to face PCW heavyweight champion "Outlaw" Adam Knight in a title match.
In January, Neidhart is set to start shooting on a version of the Fear Factor game show in England.
slam.canoe.ca /Slam/Wrestling/2004/12/16/785542-sun.html   (352 words)

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