terry james gordy

Terry James Gordy is an American professional wrestler who was a member of the Fabulous Freebirds. He was also known as Bam and he worked for the International Wrestling Association of Japan (IWAJ) promotion. He was born on August 24, 1954 in Detroit, Michigan. His father is Berry Gordy Jr., who is an American businessman, and his mother is Hazel Gordy. Ray is the son of Berry and Mary Gordy, who were a recording artist and film producer. Their son, Ray Gordy, is also a wrestler, and he was a member of the WWE as “Jesse” and “Slam Master J”. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.

Gordy is related to Tamara Lynn Tressler and Primo Gordy, and he is the son of Smokey Robinson. He debuted in professional wrestling on television at the In Your House pay-per-view in 1992. His first match was against the Undertaker, and he interfered in the match. However, he was buried and defeated him in a whipping match by Mankind. He was married to Hazel Joy For several years, and in 2003 they had a son.

In the mid-1950s, Gordy was a real estate broker in Las Animas, CO, and he was a former city commissioner. After the death of his brother, he returned to professional wrestling and won the UWF Heavyweight Championship. He later became part of the fabulous Freebirds and also competed in All Japan Pro Wrestling as Richard Slinger. In 1992, he and Williams won the WCW World Tag Team title and went on to feud with The Undertaker and his son, Richard Slinger.

In the World Wrestling Federation, Gordy was a member of the Fabulous Freebirds. He later joined the WWF as The Executioner and was managed by Paul Bearer. He often wore a mask and a long axe to fight his opponents and often appeared with his family members. The two were married for seven years. During this time, Terry James was divorced from his wife, Grace Easton.

Before retiring from the WWE, Gordy wrestled for many years in the NWA. He was a member of the Freebirds in WCCW, but his real name is Terry James Gordy. He had several championships and worked with the Smokey Mountain Wrestling in his later years. He and his wife were married in 1953 and had one daughter. Despite the fact that he was not a famous wrestler, he was a respected member of his hometown.

After his successful career in the NWA, Gordy retired from the IWF in 1994. In 1994, he teamed with Uriel Jones to win the WCW tag team titles. Eventually, his WWE career ended and he starred in the WWF. He was replaced by Jimi Hennessy in the same match, and the team’s success brought him a championship.

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