The Thugs

The Thugs

Infobox Wrestling team
article_name=The Thugs
type=T
members="The Dirty White Boy" Tony Anthony
Tracy Smothers
names=The Thugs
heights=Tony Anthony:cite web |url=http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/t/tony-anthony.html|title=Tony Anthony's OWW Profile |accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Online World of Wrestling]
height|ft=5|in=10
Tracy Smothers:cite web |url=http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/t/tracy-smothers.html|title=Tracy Smothers' OWW Profile |accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Online World of Wrestling]
height|ft=6|in=2
weights=convert|470|lb|kg|abbr=on|lk=on
debut=March 23, 1995
disbanded=November 26, 1995
promotions=SMW|

The Thugs was a professional wrestling tag team that consisted of "The Dirty White Boy" Tony Anthony and Tracy Smothers. The team wrestled in Smoky Mountain Wrestling. It debuted on March 23, 1995 and existed until SMW's final show held on November 26, 1995.

History

moky Mountain Wrestling (1995)

Feud with The Gangstas

The Thugs was a tag team that consisted of "The Dirty White Boy" Tony Anthony and Tracy Smothers. The duo first wrestled as a tag team on March 23, 1995 where Dirty White Boy acted as Smothers' partner in a tag team match against The Gangstas (New Jack and Mustafa Saed) during Smothers' feud with Gangstas. In those days, Boo Bradley was the partner of Tracy Smothers but Dirty White Boy would occasionally team with Smothers against Gangstas. Dirty White Boy and Smothers went on to lose the match.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995a.html#032395|title=SMW results - March 23, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] The next day, on March 24, Dirty White Boy replaced Boo Bradley in a tag team match where Smothers and Bradley took on The Gangstas but just got pinned.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995a.html#032495|title=SMW results - March 24, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] Dirty White Boy and Tracy Smothers would not team up together for two shows in March because Smothers and Bradley feuded with Gangstas while Dirty White Boy feuded with Buddy Landel.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995a.html#032595|title=SMW results - March 25, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995a.html#033195|title=SMW results - March 31, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments]

Smothers was not having a proper partner to beat The Gangstas so he occasionally teamed up with Bob Armstrong,cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#040695|title=SMW results - April 6, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#040895|title=Fright Night results|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] WWF's The Undertakercite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#040795|title=Bluegrass Brawl III results|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] and Dirty White Boy.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#040195|title=SMW results - April 1, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#040495|title=SMW results - April 4, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] Dirty White Boy and Tracy Smothers became a permanent tag team on April 13 television taping of SMW defeating Larry Santo and The Wolfman. Later in the night, they also defeated Gangstas when Anthony pinned New Jack.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#041395|title=SMW results - April 13, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] Dirty White Boy and Smothers called themselves as The Thugs. The Thugs were a tag team that competed in main events of SMW shows as well as the SMW Tag Team Champions The Dynamic Duo (Al Snow and Unabomb). The Thugs went on to defeat Gangstas in a street fight on April 15.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#041595|title=SMW results - April 15, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] After the street fight, they defeated Gangstas in several normal matches.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#042095|title=SMW results - April 20, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#042195|title=SMW results - April 21, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#042895|title=SMW results - April 28, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#042995|title=SMW results - April 29, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#050495|title=SMW results - May 4, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#050595|title=SMW results - May 5, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#051195|title=SMW results - May 11, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#051295|title=SMW results - May 12, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#051395|title=SMW results - May 13, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#052595|title=SMW results - May 25, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#052695|title=SMW results - May 26, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] They faced Gangstas in two more street fightscite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#042295|title=SMW results - April 22, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#052095|title=Charlotte Memories results|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] and a double chain match.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#050695|title=SMW results - May 6, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] The feud ended in a 6-man tag team match on May 27 when they lost to Gangstas and D'Lo Brown while Thugs teamed with Boo Bradley.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#052795|title=SMW results - May 27, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-21 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments]

Feud with New Jack and D'Lo Brown

In June 1995, Both wrestlers focused once again on singles careers as Dirty White Boy had a singles feud with New Jack.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#060195|title=SMW results - June 1, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#060295|title=SMW results - June 2, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#060395|title=SMW results - June 3, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#060995|title=SMW results - June 9, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] After these four shows, Tracy Smothers returned on June 10 show and then the Thugs defeated New Jack and his partner D'Lo Brown.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#061095|title=SMW results - June 10, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] On June 12 television tapings of SMW, they defeated D'Lo Brown and his new partner Killer Kyle. The same night, they also defeated D'Lo Brown in another match with another partner, Larry Santo. The feud would end afterwards.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#061295|title=SMW results - June 12, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments]

Feud with The Headbangers

On June 15, the Thugs defeated The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) in a tag team match cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#061595|title=SMW results - June 15, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] which culminated in a long feud between the two teams. On June 16 show, they defeated PG-13 (JC Ice and Wolfie D) and new rivals The Headbangers in a triple threat elimination tag team match.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#061695|title=SMW results - June 16, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] On the next four shows, they went on to receive four straight victories over The Headbangers in tag team matches.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#061795|title=SMW results - June 17, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#062295|title=SMW results - June 22, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#062395|title=SMW results - June 23, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#062495|title=SMW results - June 24, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] On June 29, Dirty White Boy defeated Thrasher in a singles match. Later in the night, Tracy Smothers defeated Mosh in a singles match.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#062995|title=SMW results - June 29, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] On June 30, they teamed with Boo Bradley and defeated The Headbangers and Killer Kyle in a six-man tag team match.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995b.html#063095|title=SMW results - June 30, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] The Thugs were more successful than The Headbangers in this feud.

After defeating the Headbangers on July 1,cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#070195|title=SMW results - July 1, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] they defeated The Headbangers in a match on July 4 to become #1 contenders to the SMW Tag Team Championship.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#070495|title=SMW results - July 4, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] On July 6 television tapings of SMW, they defeated The Dynamic Duo to win the SMW Tag Team Championship.cite web |url=http://www.wrestling-titles.com/us/tn/knoxville/smw/smw-t.html|title=Smoky Mountain Wrestling Tag Team Title|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Great Hisa's Puroresu Dojo] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/smwtitles.html#tag|title=SMW Tag Team Title|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#070695|title=SMW results - July 6, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] The same night, they made their first title defense which was against their rivals the Headbangers. They lost the match by getting disqualified thus retained their titles. They defeated the Headbangers in a non-titlecite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#070795|title=SMW results - July 7, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] and title match.cite web |url=http://www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#070895a|title=SMW results - July 8, 1995|accessdate=2007-10-22 |publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments] They had several defenses against Headbangers in the following weeks.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#071595|title=Summer Blast 1995 results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10]

Feud with Dynamic Duo

The Thugs had begun a feud with the Dynamic Duo after defeating them for the SMW Tag Team Championship. However, the feud restarted in July after Thugs had successful title defenses against Dynamic Duocite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#072195|title=SMW results - July 21, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#072295|title=SMW results - July 22, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] before they lost the titles to The Heavenly Bodies (Tom Prichard and Jimmy Del Ray) on "Superbowl of Wrestling".cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#080495|title=Superbowl of Wrestling results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] A week later, they participated in a Four Corners Elimination match for the titles and along with the Thugs and the Headbangers, they challenged Heavenly Bodies for the titles but Heavenly Bodies retained the titles.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#081195|title=SMW results - August 11, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] At "Fire on the Mountain 1995: Night of the Dream Matches", they defeated Dynamic Duo in a loser leaves SMW match where the loser was forced to leave SMW.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#081295|title=Fire of the Mountain 1995: Night of the Dream Matches results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10]

Feud with Heavenly Bodies

After they lost the SMW Tag Team Championship to Heavenly Bodies, The Thugs started a program with Prichard and Del Rey. On August 12, they got a shot at the SMW Tag Team Championship against Heavenly Bodies. The champions intentionally got themselves disqualified to retain the titles. On August 13, they participated in Carolina Cup Tag Tournament where they defeated Tommy Rich & The Punisher in the first round, The Headbangers in the semifinals and SMW Tag Team Champions Heavenly Bodies in the finals.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#081395|title=SMW results - August 13, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] As a result of winning the tournament, they earned a shot at the titles against Heavenly Bodies on September 1 but the champions disqualified themselves to retain the belts.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090195|title=SMW results - September 1, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] They got many future shots against Heavenly Bodies later that month.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090295a|title=SMW results - September 2, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090495|title=SMW results - September 4, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090595|title=SMW results - September 5, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090795|title=SMW results - September 7, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090895|title=SMW results - September 8, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#090995|title=SMW results - September 9, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#091495|title=SMW results - September 14, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#091595|title=SMW results - September 15, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#091695|title=SMW results - September 16, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995c.html#092295|title=SMW results - September 22, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#100795|title=SMW results - October 7, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#101995|title=SMW results - October 19, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#102095|title=Halloween Scream 1995 results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#102795|title=Halloween Scream 1995 results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#102895|title=Halloween Scream 1995 results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#110995|title=SMW results - November 9, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#111095|title=SMW results - November 10, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#111195|title=SMW results - November 11, 1995|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10] They participated in the final SMW show on SMW on November 26 teaming with Ricky Morton against Heavenly Bodies and Robert Gibson.cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/1995d.html#112695|title=Thanksgiving Thunder 1995 results|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10]

References

Championships and accomplishments

* Smoky Mountain Wrestling:* SMW Tag Team Championship (1 time):* Carolina Cup Tag Team Tournament [cite web|url=http:www.prowrestlinghistory.com/smw/results/tournaments.html#carolina|title=Carolina Cup Tag Team Tournament|publisher=Wrestling Supercards and Tournaments|accessdate=2008-05-10]


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