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Big Boss Man movelist 
for WWF Wrestlemania 2000
by Gruel
Version 1.0
Latest Update: January 21, 2000

FAQ Contents:

I. Intro

II. Mini-Big Boss Man Bio and Tidbits

III. Other US wrestling games that Big Boss Man appeared in

IV. The Moves

V. Credits/Copywright Info


I. Intro

	Hey, It's me Gruel. I'm here this time to deliver the movelist for 
Big Boss Man. Hope you enjoy the list and find it very useful. It seems 
that other WM 2000 Movelists by different authors(Undrtkr & The Game) 
seem to be using the exact format for the "other US wrestling games that 
(Wrestle name here) appeared in." I don't mind other authors using it, 
just give me credit for using that layout because I originated it, just 
like the layout I used for wrestlers bio's that I started in my WEF 
Attitude Game Boy Color FAQ.                                                 


II. Mini-Big Boss Man Bio & Tidbits

	Real Name: Ray Traylor
	Former identities, names, nicknames: Big Boss Man(WWF, 1988-1993, 
	1998-Current), The Boss(WCW, 1993-1994), Guardian Angel(WCW, 
	1994-1995), Big Bubba Rogers(WCW, 1995-1997), Ray Traylor(WCW, 
	Major Titles Held: WWF Tag Title with Ken Shamrock, WWF Hardcore
	Former Ring Escorts: Slick(WWF, 1988-1989), Vincent(WCW, 1996-
	1997), Prince Alber(WWF, 1999)

		Ray Traylor started in the WWF in about 1988 with Slick as
	his manager, in 1989 Slick turned on him and the Boss Man turned 
	into a good guy. His most memorable match in his first stint in
	the WWF was at Summerslam where he beat Mr. Perfect where the 
	loser spends the night in jail. He also faced Hulk Hogan for the
	World Title in a Cage match, but lost. He finished up his first
	stint in the WWF in 1993, and went on over to WCW, billed as 
	"The Boss," but that character resembled the Big Boss Man name
	to much and a lawsuit was filed and he change his name to 
	"The Guardian Angel." Later on Guardian Angel changed his name
	to Big Bubba Rogers, and later it dropped to just Big Bubba, he
	joined the faction, the Dungeon of Doom, and was the first person
	to do the job to a new WCW wrestler named Glacier. If you remember
	back in 1996, WCW had a whole bunch of vignettes for a group 
	called, Blood Runs Colled, and Bubba challenged Glacier to unveal
	himself and wrestle him, Glacier wrestled bubba a while later, and
	loss in under a minute. 

		Later on Bubba left the Dungeon of Doom and joined the NWO
	later on in 1996. He always came out with Vincent. His career went
	nowhere in the NWO, and Hulk Hogan ended up kicking him out of the 
	group in September 1997. He came back a week later and appeared 
	as his real name, Ray Traylor. He teamed with the Steiners for 
	some matches, but once the Steiners broke up in Feburary 1998,
	Traylor slowly disappeared off the WCW scene, and got fired from
	WCW in about April or May 1998. 

		He came back with the WWF in September 1998, when he jumped
	Steve Austin during a match, as a masked man, after the beating
	he unmasked himself and it the Boss Man was back. He was no longer
	the police-uniformed good guy Boss Man, but now Black jump suited,
	bad guy. He was the first wrestler to join the Corporation with 
	Vince McMahon the leader of the faction. He made his return match
	to the WWF at the Survivor Series in 1998 when he lost to Steve
	Austin by DQ after using his nightstick. He won his first WWF 
	gold by beating Manking in a ladder match for the new Hardcore 
	title on November 30, 1998, but lost it shortly thereafter on
	December 15, 1998 to Road Dogg. He also won the tag title in
	December with Ken Shamrock, and held onto it for a month and
	a half until losing it to Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett in Janauary
	1999. Boss Man was in the sub main event at Wrestlemania 15, where
	he lost to the Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match, and 
	afterwords, the Brood just about hanged him to death! 

		The Boss Man won the Hardcore Title a second time at 
	Fully Loaded in July from Al Snow, but lost it back to him
	a month later at Summerslam, but regained it 2 days later 
	at a Smackdown taping to win the belt for a 3rd time, but lost
	in September to the returning British Bulldog. He became the
	first 4-time Hardcore Champ, when he won the belt from Al Snow
	in a triple threat match between him, Snow, and the Big Show
	on October 12, 1999 taping of Smackdown. At this time he teamed
	with Prince Albert to help him terrorize the Big Show, by making
	fun of the Big Show's dad. Boss Man was in the sub-main event
	at the Armageddon PPV, losing to the Big Show in a World Title 
	match. A few weeks later, things boiled down between Boss Man
	and Albert, and the team broke up, and Albert caused Boss Man
	to lose his Hardcore Title to Test recently in January 2000, 
	that was the longest the Bossman held onto the Hardcore Title,
	which was for 3 months. Things look more promising for the 
	Boss Man's future for the WWF and maybe he'll win more greater
	WWF gold in the future. 


III. Other US wrestling games that Big Boss Man appeared in
WWF Games
WWF Superstars(Arcade)
WWF Wrestlefest(Arcade)
WWF Wrestlemania Challenge(NES)
WWF Attitude(N64, PSX, Dreamcast, GBC)
WWF Wrestlemania 2000(N64, GBC)


IV. The Moves

ï Standing
Body Punch - B (Tap)
Elbow Strike - D-Pad + B (Tap)
Front Kick (Short) - B (Tap)
Front Kick (Long) - D-Pad + B (Tap)
Overhand Punch - B (Hold)
Bossman Uppercut - D-Pad + B (Hold)
Big Dropkick - A + B

ï Front Grapple
(Weak)    Eye Rake - A
          Strong Headbutt - A + Left/Right
          Knee Lift - A + Up
             Scoop Slam - A + Down
             Arm Wrench/Elbow Smash - B
          Spinning Neck Breaker - B + Left/Right
          Suplex - B + Up
          Piledriver - B + Down
(Strong)  Headlock With Punch - A
          Double Underhook Suplex - A + Left/Right
          Snake Eyes - A + Up
          Small Package - A + Down 
          Manhattan Drop - B
          Rib Breaker - B + Left/Right
          Double Handed Lifting Chokehold - B + Up
          Jumping Piledriver - B + Down
(Special) Bearhug - Analogue Stick (Tap)

ï Rear Grapple
(Weak)    Back Drop - A
          Forearm Smash - B
(Strong)  Sideslam - A
          Bulldog - B
(Special) Reverse Suplex - Analogue Stick (Tap)

ï Opponent On Mat
(Face Up)   Face Stretch - A (Near Head)
            Knee Smash - A (Near Feet)
            Knee Drop - B
(Face Down) Sitting Reverse Armbar - A (Near Head)
            Knee Stomp - A (Near Feet)
            Elbow Drop - B
(Sitting)   Sleeper Hold - A
            Hammer Blow - B
(Kneeling)  Camel Clutch - A
            Hammer Blow - B

ï Opponent In Turnbuckle
Body Punch - B
Front Kick - D-Pad + B
Running Body Avalanche - D-Pad + C Down + B
Running Back Elbow Smash - D-Pad + C Down + A + B
(Front, Weak)   Top Rope Eye Rake - A
                10 Punch - B
(Front, Strong) Shoulder Thrusts - A
                Knee Strikes - B
(Back, Weak)    Forearm Smash - A/B
(Back, Strong)  Super Back Drop - A/B

ï After Irish Whip On Opponent
Counter Kick - B
(Weak)    Shoulder Back Toss - A (Tap)
          Monkey Toss - A (Hold)
(Strong)  Spine Buster - A (Tap)
          Powerslam - A (Hold)
(Special) Bossman Slam - Analogue Stick (Tap)

ï Running At Opponent
Running Shoulder Block - C Down + B
Running Back Elbow Smash - C Down + A + B
Jumping Back Elbow Attack - C Down + D-Pad + B
Running Clothesline - C Down + A + B + D-Pad

ï On Turnbuckle (High Risk Manoeuvres)
(Standing) Double Axe Handle - A/B
(On Mat)   Body Splash - A/B

ï Defensive Pose Strike (hold R as you rise from the mat)
Low Blow - R (hold), B
Evasive Roll - R (hold), L


V. Credits/Copywright Info

THQ/Jakks/AKI/Asmik - For making another helluva game!

This movelist copywright by "Gruel" Dale Kulas, 1999
Not one soul shall use this movelist unless with written permission
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