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Road Dogg

Road Dogg
James in 2007.
Birth name Brian Girard James
Born (1969-05-20) May 20, 1969 [1]
United States[2]
Residence Jay, Florida, United States[2]
Children 3
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) B.G. James[2]
Brian Armstrong[2]
The Dark Secret[2]
Jesse James[2]
Jesse James Armstrong[3]
Road Dogg[2]
The Roadie[2]
The Real Double J[2]
Billed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[4]
Billed weight 241 lb (109 kg)[4]
Billed from Marietta, Georgia[4]
Trained by Bob Armstrong[3]
Brad Armstrong[3]
Paul Orndorff[3]
Debut 1986[5][6]

Brian Girard "B.G." James[7][8][9] (born May 20, 1969)[1] is an American professional wrestler and former United States Marine, currently signed to the WWE as a producer[10][11] and occasional wrestler.

James is best known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) as The Roadie from 1994 to 1995 and as "The Road Dogg" Jesse James or simply (The) Road Dogg from 1996 to 2001. He is also known for his appearances with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling as B.G. James from 2002 to 2009, and has also made appearances for several other promotions such as Smoky Mountain Wrestling,[5] World Championship Wrestling,[5] the United States Wrestling Association, the Catch Wrestling Association, and World Wrestling All-Stars.

James has held numerous championships over the course of his career. In the WWF/E, he found his greatest success as a tag team wrestler and is a six time Tag Team Champion, having won the WWF Tag Team Championship five times and the WWE Tag Team Championship once with Billy Gunn as The New Age Outlaws (who became part of D-Generation X). Additionally, James found success in singles competition by becoming a one time Intercontinental Champion and a one time Hardcore Champion.[4] Following his departure from the WWF, James became the inaugural World Wrestling All-Stars (WWA) World Heavyweight Champion before once again finding success as a tag team wrestler in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he was a two time National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World Tag Team Champion with Konnan and Ron Killings under the Freebird Rule as the 3Live Kru.

James is a second generation wrestler; his father Bob[5] wrestled, as did his brothers Scott, Brad, and Steve.


  • Professional wrestling career 1
    • Early career (1986, 1991–1994) 1.1
    • World Wrestling Federation 1.2
      • Alliance with Jeff Jarrett 1.2.1
      • The New Age Outlaws and departure 1.2.2
    • Total Nonstop Action Wrestling 1.3
      • The 3Live Kru (2002–2005) 1.3.1
      • The James Gang/Voodoo Kin Mafia (2006–2008) 1.3.2
      • Sporadic appearances and departure (2008–2009) 1.3.3
    • Independent circuit (2009–2011) 1.4
    • Return to WWE 1.5
      • Sporadic appearances and producer (2011–2013) 1.5.1
      • WWE Tag Team Champion and The Authority (2014) 1.5.2
      • Return to sporadic appearances (2015–present) 1.5.3
  • Personal life 2
  • In wrestling 3
  • Championships and accomplishments 4
  • Notes 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Professional wrestling career

Early career (1986, 1991–1994)

James, under the ring name Brian Armstrong, made his professional wrestling debut on December 1, 1986, where he defeated Kevin Sullivan in a match for NWA Southeast Championship Wrestling.[6] Following this, James put his wrestling career on hold in order to enlist in the United States Marine Corps in 1987 before wrestling another match in 1991 after serving a tour of duty, where he wrestled and lost to Terrance Taylor on July 7, 1991 during the final night of World Championship Wrestling's The Great American Bash house show tour.[5][6] After completing another tour of duty, James made his debut for Smoky Mountain Wrestling on November 20, 1992 under a mask as The Dark Secret, where he lost to Tracy Smothers.[6] As The Dark Secret, James was relegated to jobbing, as he would lose continuously in both singles and tag team matches throughout the rest of 1992 and into 1993.[6]

Following another tour of duty, James returned to SMW five months later on July 2, where he lost to Bobby Blaze.[6] On July 19, James, now using his Brian Armstrong ring name, defeated Killer Kyle in a dark match.[6] Following this, James would alternate between the Brian Armstrong and The Dark Secret ring names, where he would find success in singles and tag team matches under the former and continue to job under the latter.[6] In addition to SMW, James would resume wrestling for World Championship Wrestling under his Brian Armstrong ring name, as he made his return to the promotion on the November 30 episode of Saturday Night in a losing effort to Steve Austin.[6] Beginning in 1994, James would begin to wrestle more frequently for WCW, including a championship match against promotion's World Television Champion Lord Steven Regal which he lost.[6] Following a tag team match where he, as The Dark Secret, and Killer Kyle lost to The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) on April 4, James left SMW and began competing solely for WCW as Brian Armstrong.[6] However, he would find little success, as his only victories were in tag team dark matches where he teamed with his brother Brad while he, along with his brothers, were relegated to being jobbers on television, with the most notable example being a rematch with Lord Steven Regal for the World Television Championship on the August 10 episode of Saturday Night.[6] James wrestled his final match for WCW on the December 17 episode of WorldWide, as he and his brothers Brad and Scott lost a six-man tag team match to The Three Faces of Fear (Kevin Sullivan, The Butcher, and Avalanche).[6]

World Wrestling Federation

Alliance with Jeff Jarrett

After defeating Barry Hardy in a dark match on the August 16, 1994 episode of WWF Wrestling Challenge, James signed with the World Wrestling Federation towards the end of 1994.[12] He was billed as The Roadie, an assistant to "Double J" Jeff Jarrett, a would-be country singer.[12] He wrestled on several pay-per-views and television shows, but most of his first WWF tenure was spent accompanying Jarrett and interfering in his matches. In early 1995, Jarrett released the song "With My Baby Tonight", which Jarrett claimed he had sung himself. The planned angle was to reveal that it was The Roadie, not Jarrett, who had really performed the vocals on this song, sparking a feud between the two wrestlers.[12] Before this revelation could take place, James and Jarrett suddenly left the WWF following the second In Your House pay-per-view on July 23, 1995.[2]

After leaving the WWF, James joined the United States Wrestling Association under the ring name Jesse James Armstrong alongside Jarrett, where he won its Heavyweight, Television, and World Tag Team Championships before losing a Loser Leaves Town Match to Jarrett.[12]

The New Age Outlaws and departure

Road Dogg and Tori in the ring during the King of the Ring pay-per-view on 2000.
The New Age Outlaws ("The Road Dogg" Jesse James (left) and "Badd Ass" Billy Gunn) in 1999.

James, without Jarrett, returned to the WWF in 1996 under the ring name Jesse James, where he revealed himself as "The Real Double J" and the true singer of "With My Baby Tonight".[12] He languished as an undercard singles wrestler until beginning a feud with The Honky Tonk Man.[2] After denying Honky Tonk Man's offer at becoming his manager by attacking him with his own guitar, James also began feuding with Honky Tonk Man's protégé Rockabilly.[2] After trading wins against each other on television and pay-per-view, James, now referring to himself as "The Road Dogg" Jesse James (or simply The Road Dogg) suggested to Rockabilly that they form a tag team in order to end their unsuccessful runs as singles competitors.[2][12] A change in creative direction in the WWF in late 1997 led Rockabilly to accept James' offer after subsequently attacking Honky Tonk Man with his own guitar to cement their alliance.[2] Soon after, Rockabilly reverted to his Billy Gunn ring name, dyed his hair back to its original blond color, and adopted the nickname "Badd Ass" while Road Dogg began to grow out and braid his hair. In addition to these aesthetic changes, their mannerisms became consistently more controversial and antisocial, with the team ultimately becoming known as the New Age Outlaws following their victory over the Legion of Doom for their first Tag Team Championship. The Outlaws would continue to feud with the Legion of Doom and later the short-lived tag team of Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie before joining D-Generation X the night after WrestleMania XIV.[12]

The Outlaws amassed five Tag Team Championship reigns and managed to become singles champions while still together, with Road Dogg and Gunn each winning the Hardcore Championship once in 1998 and 1999, respectively, while Road Dogg would also go on to win the Intercontinental Championship in 1999.[13][14] The team came to an end when Gunn was legitimately injured in early 2000 and, to explain the absence needed for his recovery, Gunn was expelled from DX due to losing his temper. James then teamed with fellow DX member X-Pac throughout the summer of 2000, but failed to regain any championship success.[12] The team eventually split, with Road Dogg and X-Pac subsequently feuding with each other before the entirety of DX fell apart. Road Dogg then formed a tag team with newcomer K-Kwik, and competed in his last televised match on December 18.[15] He was then indefinitely suspended, and later released from his contract, due to personal problems.[12] On March 26, 2001, James arrived at the final WCW Monday Nitro taping in Panama City, Florida in order to negotiate a return to World Championship Wrestling, only to find out that the promotion had been purchased by the WWF, thus ruling out both companies as employment options.[16]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

The 3Live Kru (2002–2005)

After making appearances on the independent circuit, most prominently with the short-lived World Wrestling All-Stars (WWA) promotion, James debuted for the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling promotion on September 18, 2002 wrestling as B.G. James, as the Road Dogg gimmick was owned by WWE. He was initially a heel and one of the founding members of Vince Russo's Sports Entertainment Xtreme faction.[12]

In 2003, James formed the stable known as the 3Live Kru alongside Konnan and Ron Killings.[17][18] The stable was popular from the outset and, as a nod to James' and Killings' brief tag team in the World Wrestling Federation, they sang their own entrance music as they approached the ring. In addition to popularity, the Kru found championship success as well, as Killings won his second and final NWA World Heavyweight Championship as a member while all three men held the NWA World Tag Team Championship twice under the Freebird Rule.[12]

Tension arose when James' former partner Billy Gunn joined TNA as The New Age Outlaw (later shortened to The Outlaw) in 2005.[19] The Outlaw repeatedly courted James, seeking to split the Kru and recreate the New Age Outlaws. When The Outlaw began feuding with the Kru, James repeatedly found his loyalties divided, unwilling to fight either his former or current tag team partners. For a time, James stopped appearing with the Kru but did not align himself with The Outlaw, who had by then changed his name to Kip James as a "tribute" to James' father. At Sacrifice, he reasserted his allegiance with 3Live Kru as the special guest referee in a match between the other members of 3LK and the team of Kip James and Monty Brown.[20] Kip tried to warm up to 3LK again in the lead-up to Bound for Glory by saving James several times from Team Canada. At Bound for Glory, he offered his protective services to them against Team Canada to neutralize Scott D'Amore. When they lost, Kip came down to the ring, appearing ready to hit Konnan with a steel chair since he originally vetoed Kip's offer.[21] Kip instead saved Konnan from Team Canada, thus proving his original intentions.[21]

On the November 26 episode of Impact!, James brought Kip and the 3LK to the ring and asked Killings and Konnan to give Kip a yes/no vote to be accepted into the group.[22] After James got heated with Konnan, both gave Kip yes votes and the 4Live Kru was born.[22] The 4Live Kru was short lived as Konnan, still apparently upset at Kip's induction into the Kru, hit both James and Kip over the head with a steel chair at Turning Point.[23] Konnan, still wanting Killings to be his "family", tried talking with Killings. Killings told Konnan that he was done with the Kru and wanted to leave it all behind him.

The James Gang/Voodoo Kin Mafia (2006–2008)

After the incident, James and Kip regrouped, reformed their old tag team as The James Gang, and feuded with Konnan's new stable, The Latin American Xchange (LAX), which he formed with Homicide and Apolo. Apolo was sent home from Against All Odds after complaining about being used as a jobber and was quickly replaced by a relative unknown named Machete.

On a subsequent edition of Impact!, James' real life father "Bullet" Bob Armstrong informed The James Gang that he was sick of the shenanigans of LAX and how they always used strength in numbers to their advantage. He informed them that he was going to see Larry Zbyszko to have himself added to the Destination X match as their partner, effectively making it a three-man tag team. "Bullet" was in fact added to the team and, they won the match at Destination X.[24] The following month, an arm wrestling match was booked between Armstrong and Konnan, where the losing team would get hit ten times with a leather whip. Armstrong prevailed with the victory, resulting in LAX being whipped several times upon trying to scramble out of the cage for survival.

Following their feud with LAX, James and Kip began feuding with Team 3D.[12] The two teams cut promos arguing over their long-term histories with past promotions such as World Wrestling Entertainment and Extreme Championship Wrestling.[12] The rivalry came to a head at Sacrifice when The James Gang beat Team 3D using a lead pipe.[25] The James Gang and Team 3D feuded throughout the summer. They were scheduled for a number one contendership match at Hard Justice but, due to a fire, the match was canceled. The match was rescheduled for Impact!, which the Gang lost.

On the November 2, 2006 edition of Impact!, Kip and James announced that they were going to quit TNA.[26] While attempting to speak about it, their microphones were cut off.[26] When the show returned, the announcers speculated that they may have been frustrated due to the influx of new talent entering TNA. It was later reported that the segment was a worked shoot that Vince Russo had written in order to renew interest upon their eventual return.[27]

On the November 16 airing of Impact!, The James Gang announced that they would now be known as Voodoo Kin Mafia (VKM) (a pun on the name Vincent Kennedy McMahon). They spent their airtime bashing McMahon and both members of D-Generation X, using their real names: Paul Levesque and Michael Hickenbottom. After calling Triple H "Triple Hollywood" and Shawn Michaels "Shawn Kiss-My-Bottom", VKM claimed they were declaring war on DX and Vincent Kennedy McMahon. On the November 23 airing of Impact!, they drove around searching for their targets, but they ended up arriving at a Target store. At the end of the episode, VKM argued, and Kip pointed straight ahead to the WWE World Headquarters, which prompted James to respond, "We're back!" In 2006, as acknowledged by TNA's website, VKM accepted The Hardys' open challenge to a match at December to Dismember. WWE never acknowledged their acceptance, however. Over the following weeks, VKM aired several more videos bashing DX and Vince McMahon. They also made a $1,000,000 challenge to DX as announced on the TNA website. They declared "victory" at Final Resolution, after receiving no answer from WWE.[28] In early 2007, however, James said in a shoot interview along with his tag team partner Kip that he would jump back to WWE if he could get out of his TNA contract and get a WWE offer.[29]

On August 4, James returned to the Boston-based Millennium Wrestling Federation's Soul Survivor IV wrestling event and fanfest.[30] James worked for the promotion when it opened in 2001, but no-showed a benefit for Superstar Billy Graham in 2002 due to his drug and personal issues. MWF subsequently brought the legitimate situation into a storyline.[31] Despite this, James teamed with Beau Douglas to win the promotion's Tag Team Championship from the Canadian Superstars (J-Busta and Dave Cole). During a pre-event question and answer session, James went into his hatred of Jim Ross and his feelings that WWE ruins families and lives. James and Douglas lost the title back to the Canadians on October 27, 2007 at a Special Olympics fundraiser in Salem, Massachusetts.[32] After five years of bad blood, James made peace with the MWF's promoter Dan Mirade for sabotaging the Graham benefit and agreed to return in the future.

At Turning Point, James won one of the cases in the Feast or Fired match, which was later revealed to contain a contract for a World Tag Team Championship match.[33] Instead of teaming with Kip, he chose his father "Bullet" Bob Armstrong to be his tag team partner. B.G. and Bullet Bob lost their title match against A.J. Styles and Tomko in the opening match of Against All Odds.[34] He and Kip had turned face but on the February 21, 2008 edition of Impact!, Kip turned on James and Armstrong by hitting them both with a crutch, turning heel in the process. At Lockdown, he finally defeated Kip in a six-sides of steel match.[35]

Sporadic appearances and departure (2008–2009)

At Final Resolution, James returned to TNA television for the first time in months and participated in the Feast or Fired Match, which was won by Curry Man, Homicide, Hernandez, and Jay Lethal.[36] James was also seen on Impact! two weeks later as he was trying to hold back Jeff Jarrett from fighting Kurt Angle. The week afterwards, he was punched by Angle while he and Jarrett were fighting.[37] On the January 8, 2009 edition of Impact!, James faced off against Angle, but lost via submission due to Angle's ankle lock.[38]

On September 15, 2009, James was released from his TNA contract.[39]

Independent circuit (2009–2011)

Upon leaving TNA, James returned to the independent circuit and resumed using his Jesse James ring name. On January 30, 2010, he teamed with Dysfunction to defeat Mason Quinn and J-Ca$h, who substituted for Quinn's tag team partner Dave Demone, to the All-Star Championship Wrestling Tag Team Championship for the first time.[40] On May 1, James lost his half of the title when Dysfunction picked Quinn as his new partner when Dysfunction and Quinn scored a double pin against each other during a title defense.[40] On April 19, James resumed using his Road Dogg name and reformed the New Age Outlaws with Billy Gunn to compete in the Canadian Wrestling's Elite promotion.[41]

On May 28 James appeared at One Pro Wrestling's event The Last Stand, where he teamed with Kevin Nash in an unsuccessful attempt at winning the Tag Team Championship.[42]

Return to WWE

Sporadic appearances and producer (2011–2013)

On April 2, 2011, James returned to WWE for the first time in over a decade to induct his father "Bullet" Bob Armstrong into the company's Hall of Fame class of 2011.[43] Several months later, James announced on October 11 via his Facebook account that he re-signed with WWE as an agent, and would return to the company in his new role on October 23 at the Vengeance pay-per-view.[44] After a ten-year-long absence, James returned to WWE television on the December 12 episode of Raw under his Road Dogg ring name to present CM Punk with the Slammy Award for "Pipe Bomb" of the Year.[10]

On January 29, 2012, Road Dogg entered the Royal Rumble match as the twenty-third entrant and lasted nearly five minutes before being eliminated by Wade Barrett.[4][45] Following this, he began hosting the and YouTube web series Are You Serious? alongside Josh Mathews.[46] On July 23, Road Dogg reunited with Billy Gunn, Sean Waltman, Shawn Michaels and Triple H to reform D-Generation X for one night only on the 1000th episode of Raw.[47] On the December 17 episode of Raw, he and Billy Gunn appeared together as the New Age Outlaws and presented the Slammy Award for Comeback of the Year to Jerry Lawler.[48]

On the March 4, 2013 episode of Raw, Road Dogg and Billy Gunn made their in-ring return as the New Age Outlaws with a victory over Primo and Epico.[49] A week later, the New Age Outlaws competed against Team Rhodes Scholars, but the match was rendered a no contest after Brock Lesnar interrupted and performed an F-5 to both Outlaws as part of his ongoing feud with Triple H.[50] On the December 9 episode of Raw, the New Age Outlaws appeared to present the Slammy Award for LOL Moment of the Year.[51]

WWE Tag Team Champion and The Authority (2014)

On the January 6, 2014 episode of Raw, the New Age Outlaws saved CM Punk from an assault by The Shield and later stood in Punk's corner during his match against Roman Reigns.[52] Later that week on SmackDown, they teamed alongside Punk to face The Shield in a six-man tag team match, although they were defeated after Gunn was pinned by Reigns.[53] On the January 13 episode of Raw, the New Age Outlaws and Punk faced The Shield in a rematch before abandoning Punk as he was about to tag them, turning both Outlaws heel in the process for the first time in over a decade.[54] Later that week on SmackDown, the New Age Outlaws defeated the Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a non-title match.[55] On January 26 at the Royal Rumble kickoff show, the New Age Outlaws defeated Rhodes and Goldust to win their first WWE Tag Team Championship and sixth tag team title in WWE overall.[56] They held the title until the March 3 episode of Raw, where they were defeated by The Usos.[57] After losing the title, the Outlaws allied with Kane as part of The Authority to face The Shield at Wrestlemania XXX, but they were defeated in quick fashion.[58] Since then, James has resumed his role as a producer while Gunn resumed his role as a trainer in NXT.

Return to sporadic appearances (2015–present)

On the January 19, 2015 episode of Raw, The New Age Outlaws returned alongside The Acolytes Protection Agency and the New World Order to confront and ultimately drive off The Ascension after they had been disrespecting tag teams from the past.[59] Six days later, Road Dogg and Gunn challenged The Ascension at the Royal Rumble, but were defeated.[60]

Personal life

Like his father, James served in the United States Marine Corps. His tenure lasted from 1987 to 1993 and he fought in Operation Desert Storm in 1991, where he was a platoon sergeant in command of thirty-three Marines.[2][10] James is married and the couple have three children.[61]

James admits to having had problems with drugs and alcohol throughout his life.[62] In high school, he began smoking marijuana and later painkillers during his time in D-Generation X.[62] After being suspended and then released from the WWF, he successfully underwent rehabilitation to straighten out his life.[62]

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
    • "B-Jizzle"[66]
    • "The Real Double J"[2]
    • "The Road Dogg"[2]
    • "The Trailer Park Gangsta"[66]

Championships and accomplishments

  • All-Star Championship Wrestling
    • ACW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Dysfunction[40]
  • Coastal Carolina Wrestling Alliance/Carolina Wrestling Federation
    • CCWA/CWF World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[2][82]
  • TWA Powerhouse
    • TWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Billy Gunn[90]

1James defended the championship with either Konnan or Killings under the Freebird Rule.


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