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    1983-present. John Tumminello, better known as Johnny Rod (* December 8, 1957) is an American bass guitar and guitar player. He is best known as a former bassist of the American Heavy metal band W.A.S.P. . Tumminello grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. According to his own statements, he started performing at the age of 11. [1]

  2. › superstars › johnnyrodzJohnny Rodz | WWE

    Rodz spent nearly two decades in WWE, from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s. He also worked in California during that time, where he was billed as "Arabian Wildman" Java Ruuk. In WWE, however, Rodz gained the reputation for taking on just about any opponent who stepped in his path.

  3. Apr 13, 2016 · The boxer he mentions is a guy who, about 20 years ago, was foolish enough to suggest that wrestling was “phony” to Rodz’s face. The boxer took a jab at the old man, and Rodz quickly blocked ...

  4. Johnny Rodz Born: 05/16/1938 in New York City, New York Birthname: John Rodriguez Height & Weight: 5'8", 230 Ib Titles Won: WWF Hall of Fame (Class of 1996) He has previously worked as a wrestler under the ring name Johnny Rodz. He was part of the World Wide Wrestling Federation from its early years, appearing on cards as far back as 1965.

  5. Real Name John Rodriguez Ring Names Johnny Rodz ( December 21, 1992 - Present) Medic II ( July 7, 1990 - December 20, 1992) Johnny Rodz ( January 1, 1964 - July 6, 1990) Java Ruuk ( January 6, 1976 - September 21, 1978) Height 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) Weight 230 lbs (104 kg) Born May 16, 1941 (age 81) Birth Place New York City, New York Billed From

  6. Jul 19, 2019 · One such wrestler is Johnny Rodz, who wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation (and the WWWF, the pre-WWF WWE) from 1965 through about 1985. In WWF, Rodz played the role of what is diplomatically called “enhancement talent,” but more commonly referred to as a “jobber.”

  7. Brett1980 wrote on 23.01.2021: [ 5.0] "The unpredictable Johnny Rodz who predictably always loses. Has got a good reputation as a trainer which bumps him up a point." JEK 1991 wrote on 27.02.2020: [ 10.0] "He seems fine as a wrestler. What I give him credit for is how hard he worked in being a jobber during his career.

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