BOBBY FULTON COMEDY
Name
Bobby Fulton
Real Name
James Hine
Date of Birth
October 4, 1960
Place of Birth
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Hometown
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Debut
1977
Rock
After conquering the world of professional wrestling and Hollywood, the Rock has earned himself the right to live his life as he pleases. One of the things that the former WWE champion always wanted to try was stand up comedy. He pleasantly surprised some people at the Hollywood Improv this week when he showed up unannounced and did a quick routine. No word yet on whether or not the Rock plans to keep doing shows.
November 18, 2014
Mick Foley
It looks like the relationship between Mick Foley and WWE has greatly improved. The former world heavyweight champion eagerly announced to his fans that he will be doing a special one man comedy show in Brooklyn for the WWE Network later on this month. The two sides have long discussed the possibility of doing such a deal, but the company never pulled the trigger. The belief was that there were those within who were upset with comments that Foley had been making about WWE.
November 13, 2014
Dean Ambrose
"A lot of people talk about the attitude era being so great but a lot of it was terrible crap, sex jokes and over-the-top terrible bad comedy. It was Jerry Springer-like. They made a joke about a woman's breasts. Hilarious, but where's the wrestling? I look back on a lot of stuff now, and I'm like where's the wrestling? It's just a lot of crappy jokes." - Dean Ambrose discusses his disdain for a popular WWE era
October 10, 2014
Rock
The movie roles keep coming in for the Rock. The former WWE star revealed through social media that he will be starring in the big screen version of Baywatch. Reports are saying that the movie will not be based directly on the characters on the television show and will involve a lot more comedy. Minor roles are being written for David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson, should they decide to accept the parts.
October 3, 2014
Mick Foley
While he may not be on great terms with WWE officials, Mick Foley apparently is still on very good terms with a lot of the performers. A handful of them, including Road Dogg, took the time and made the effort to go watch his comedy show in Ventura. The venue is approximately 90 minutes away from the Staples Center, where Summerslam 2014 will be held.
August 16, 2014
CM Punk
Showing that some friendships extend beyond the business, Undertaker and his wife Michelle McCool recently attended a comedy show featuring Mick Foley. The longtime WWE couple wanted to show support for their old friend. The two of them even went backstage to catch up with Foley for a bit. Several wrestlers in the industry, including CM Punk recently, have made the effort to go watch Foley tell jokes.
July 14, 2014
Adam Rose
Rumors are floating around right now that Adam Rose is expected to replace Santino Marella as the comedy routine on Monday Night Raw and Smackdown. However, those reporting on the speculation are failing to remember that Damien Sandow actually owns that role in WWE at the moment. Management is still not sold on Rose, so the chances of him being moved above Sandow isn't very high at the moment.
July 11, 2014
Colt Cabana
"Comedy wrestling is not easy. Santino Marella is one of my favorite wrestlers to watch. sad he's leaving the ring, but happy he made me smile." - Colt Cabana on Santino Marella being forced to retire from WWE due to another neck injury
July 7, 2014
Chris Jericho
Those who are eagerly awaiting his return to WWE may be disappointed to find out that Chris Jericho has signed on for a new project with Comedy Central. He will be starring in a digital series called Team Tiger Awesome, where he will be portraying a loose cannon detective. The comedic aspect of the show is that Jericho and his partner will share their feelings to kill time during long stakeouts.
June 10, 2014
Elijah Burke
A picture of Elijah Burke recently visiting WWE legend Mick Foley during one of his comedy shows in Jacksonville.
June 2, 2014
Eric Young
A video of Eric Young and Abyss fighting one another in a Monster's Ball match on Impact Wrestling. This was done by TNA to give the world heavyweight champion some more credibility and to get fans to buy that he is not just a comedy gimmick.
April 21, 2014
Mark Henry
There is a new comedy out in theaters called Haunted House 2, which stars Marlon Wayans, and Mark Henry has a role in the film. He plays a "big buff black inmate". Wayans interviewed with WWE recently, and the actor joked about hiring Henry to be "big bluff black henchman". Henry has expressed interest in doing more movies.
April 20, 2014
Mick Foley
There are rumors floating around right now that Mick Foley is looking into the possibility of signing a contract with Ring of Honor. The hardcore legend is apparently a free agent now that his contract with WWE has expired. Foley was also recently spotted at a comedy show wearing a ROH tee shirt. No word yet on whether or not the company has interest in signing him.
April 12, 2014
Vince McMahon
The Shorty Awards were handed out this week to companies that best handled their social media and social networking campaigns. Vince McMahon and company were able to take home three of those awards, including one for best YouTube channel. WWE was able to beat out Bleacher Report, MTV, VH1, Nike, Visa and Comedy Central for these awards.
April 8, 2014
Diamond Dallas Page
The latest wrestler to jump on the stand up comedy bandwagon is Diamond Dallas Page. He is currently doing shows throughout Europe. DDP joins guys like Mick Foley, Jim Ross, Dolph Ziggler and William Regal in making the jump from the wrestling ring to the stage. He is still hoping to induct Jake Roberts into the hall of fame at Wrestlemania 30.
March 5, 2014
Mick Foley
Jenifer Bloodsworth used to be a writer for WWE, but she is now doing stand up comedy. Fortunately for her, she has a good friend with name value in Mick Foley. The two of them have decided to start working together. Bloodsworth is now the opening act on the tour for Foley, who has been consistently booking himself all over the country.
February 19, 2014
Mick Foley
"I tend not to get hecklers. I tend to get over-exuberant wrestling fans. Fans who don't always understand that they shouldn't shout out the endings to my stories. Because, if they're fans, they already know how the stories end. Those people enjoy it, but it's frustrating they don't let me finish the stories. Fortunately, I'm experienced entertaining on Friday and Saturday nights, when some people are drunker than usual. But if that happens, I just stand back and let the club handle it. I don't fear a heckler. I don't take pride in shredding them apart, but I'm not afraid either. We're supposed to be having laughs... I take honor in the act of entertaining people who laid down their money." - Mick Foley talking about wrestling fans ruining his comedy shows
February 14, 2014
Chris Jericho
Since he walked out of WWE, CM Punk was forced to cancel an appearance on @midnight, a show on Comedy Central. The host issued a statement in support of Punk, and has decided to call up another wrestler to take his place. Chris Jericho will now be appearing on the show. He is scheduled for the March 3rd episode.
February 12, 2014
Mick Foley
Since he is quite ambitious and wants to see his comedy career really taking off, Mick Foley booked himself a lot of shows in the early part of 2014. He also scheduled those events in northern cities, where the weather is really bad right now. The WWE legend posted this status update on Twitter to make fun of himself.
February 11, 2014
CM Punk
Even though CM Punk dropped out on an appearance on his show, Chris Hardwick has no hard feelings and is actually defending the WWE star. He stated that Punk was a friend and that he did not make the decision to cancel lightly. The very understanding Hardwick is the host of @midnight on Comedy Central.
February 10, 2014
Bobby Fulton
While most fans have probably never even heard of him, Bobby Fulton did get a brief stint in WWE. It was during the summer of 1997 when he was given tryout matches against Tommy Rogers, whom he teamed with as the Fantastics. He stated that Jim Cornette used them to convince Vince McMahon to start a light heavyweight division.
February 8, 2014
Bobby Fulton

Former WWE star Nikolai Volkov and former NWA star Bobby Fulton were forced to wrestle on a mat at an independent wrestling show in a small town in Ohio recently, as promoters were unable to secure a ring for them to work on.

November 17, 2013
Bobby Fulton
While he is more known for his partnership with Tommy Rogers, Bobby Fulton decided to use the Fantastics name when he teamed up with his brother, Jackie Fulton. The two of them defeated Stan Lane and Tom Prichard in Johnson City, Tennessee to capture the Smoky Mountain tag team championship.
August 8, 1992