I think the time has come; and it's long over due that someone, well anyone, rise to the occasion and make the statement that Hornswoggle is, without a shadow of a doubt, the greatest little person wrestler in WWE history. Back then, you had the likes of Little Beaver and countless others. Who can forget that mixed tag match at Wrestlemania Three between King Kong Bundy and his midget team of Lord Littlebrook and Little Tokyo against Hillbilly Jim and his team of The Haiti Kid and Little Beaver, which might actually be the funniest and, probably, dirtiest midget wrestling names of all time. After Wrestlemania Three it seemed midgets in wrestling had reached a peak in popularity. Then the 90s came and Doink the Clown introduced Dink. I even recall an event where there were 10 Dinks, or something. That was one that Bret saw from his home following his departure from WWE.
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Midget wrestling is professional wrestling involving dwarves or people of short stature. In the following couple of decades, more wrestlers became prominent in North America, including foreign wrestlers like Japan's Little Tokyo. The attraction was very popular in wrestling promotions from the s into the s.
Tiny the Terrible is an American wrestler, dwarf , actor and politician who is probably best known for being the subject of A Man Among Giants , a documentary film directed by Rod Webber. The film documents Tunstall's misadventures during his run for Mayor of Pawtucket, Rhode Island in And yet, with the undying tenacity of the man, there is something bizarrely endearing about Tunstall. After the completion of the A Man Among Giants , Tiny was arrested for making threats to public officials. The film's director Rod Webber bailed Tunstall out of jail, and Tunstall was subsequently committed to a mental hospital.