March 24, 1960|
St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
|Professional wrestling career|
Brett Hart (also used by Bret Hart)
The Red Knight
|Billed height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Billed weight||221 lb (100 kg)|
|Trained by||Boris Malenko|
- 1 Early life
- 2 Professional wrestling career
- 2.1 Early career (1979–1987)
- 2.2 World Wrestling Federation (1987–1990)
- 2.3 World Championship Wrestling (1990)
- 2.4 Global Wrestling Federation (1991–1993)
- 2.5 Return to WWF
- 2.6 Return to WCW (1997–2000)
- 2.7 Return to the independent circuit (2000–present)
- 3 Popular culture
- 4 Championships and accomplishments
- 5 Singles wins (WWE, GWF, WCW)
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 External links
Professional wrestling career
Early career (1979–1987)
Horowitz trained as a professional wrestler under Boris Malenko in Tampa, Florida for 18 months and debuted in 1979 on the Floridian independent circuit. He went on to work for the World Wide Wrestling Federation, Jim Crockett, Sr.'s NWA Mid-Atlantic promotion, and promotions in Canada and Puerto Rico.
Horowitz eventually joined Championship Wrestling from Florida as Jack Hart. On July 23, 1985 in Tampa, he defeated Mike Graham in a tournament final to win the vacant NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship. He held the title until September 2, 1985, when he lost to Kendall Windham. He remained in CWF for two years, and was managed by heels such as Percy Pringle and Sir Oliver Humperdink.
World Wrestling Federation (1987–1990)
After wrestling in Memphis as "Stretcher" Jack Hart, Horowitz joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1987. Wearing suspenders and a vest with an outline of a handprint on the back, which he patted as a self-congratulatory measure, he spent three years in the WWF as an enhancement talent (primarily against up and coming babyfaces). Horowitz occasionally teamed with another preliminary wrestler, Steve Lombardi ("The Brooklyn Brawler"). Although Horowitz's win years later over BodyDonna Skip was viewed as his first victory, he did have multiple pinfall victories during his first WWF run. The first was in Kitchener, Ontario on July 22, 1987 over Brady Boone. That year he would gain three more victories, pinning Lanny Poffo, David Sammartino, and Jerry Allen. Horowitz also gained multiple wins in tag-team action as he partnered with Steve Lombardi. In one house show event, Horowitz and Lombardi defeated Jerry Allen and Scott Hall in Springfield, Massachusetts on August 23, 1987. They also defeated the team of Lanny Poffo and Scott Casey on January 26, 1988 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The match would later air on an episode of Primetime Wrestling on February 19, 1988.
In 1988, he would register fifteen singles victories, defeating Jerry Allen, DJ Peterson, Jose Luis Rivera, Mike Sharpe, and Lanny Poffo. Horowitz finished his initial WWF run registering fourteen victories in 1989, including an improbable pin over a young Ken Shamrock in Greensboro, North Carolina on July 29. Barry's final match was a loss to Mark Young in Waco, Texas on April 22, 1990, after which he departed for World Championship Wrestling.
World Championship Wrestling (1990)
Horowitz made his debut in WCW a little over a month later at a TV taping on May 23, 1990 at the Georgia Mountains Center in a match with Brian Pillman. He would wrestle in over fifty matches that year, registering one victory (a pinfall of Tommy Angel at a TV taping in October). His only pay-per-view appearance was in a dark match at Halloween Havoc, where he was defeated by Tim Horner. His last appearance came on December 7 at a house show in St. Joseph, Missouri, where he wrestled twice, losing to The Juicer and Sam Houston in subsequent matches.
Global Wrestling Federation (1991–1993)
Horowitz then traveled to Texas, where he worked for the newly formed Global Wrestling Federation. Competing in the light-heavyweight division, Horowitz (billed as Barry "The Winner" Horowitz) won the GWF Light Heavyweight Championship on two occasions within the space of a month in 1992, defeating Jerry Lynn on February 7 and Ben Jordan on February 28 in Dallas, Texas. He remained in the GWF for two years until it declared bankruptcy.
Return to WWF
Jobber to the stars (1991–1995)
Along the way, Horowitz also returned to the WWF in late 1991, where he was once again used to help put talent over. His first match back came on October 21 at a WWF Superstars taping in Fort Wayne, Indiana when he teamed with Brian Costello to face The Bushwhackers. For the remainder of 1991, Horowitz only appeared on televised events and came out on the losing end in matches against Legion of Doom, Greg Valentine, and then Intercontinental Champion Bret Hart. This continued through the first half of 1992, and Horowitz would face and lose to Kerry Von Erich, Owen Hart, Tito Santana, and others at WWF Superstars and WWF Challenge tapings.
On June 5, 1992 in Chicago, Illinois, Horowitz rejoined the house show circuit, substituting for the departed Colonel Mustafa in a series against Kerry Von Erich. He also faced Tito Santana, coming out winless on each occasion. In September he began teaming with Skinner in a house show program against High Energy (Koko B. Ware and Owen Hart). Horowitz would remain winless in his WWF return until September 21, 1992, when he finally secured his first pinfall victory by defeating Brad Holman in a dark match at a WWF Superstars taping in Winnipeg, Manitoba  It would be his only victory of the year.
In Phoenix, Arizona he teamed with Reno Riggins against The Smoking Guns on April 5, 1993 in the WWF debut of The Smoking Gunns. Horowitz would later lose to Riggins in a Wrestling Challenge dark match on June 14 in Columbus, Ohio. On July 5, 1993 he gained his second victory, defeating Phil Apollo at a Monday Night Raw taping, then followed it up two days later by pinning Chuck Williams in a dark match taping at Wrestling Challenge. After several more losses, Horowitz appeared at SummerSlam when he lost to Owen Hart in a dark match. A month later, Horowitz gained another pair of victories in television dark matches, defeating Mike Davis and Scott Taylor. In November Horowitz made his pay-per-view debut under a mask at the 1993 Survivor Series as The Red Knight, teaming with Shawn Michaels (who was substituting for Jerry Lawler) and the Black and Blue Knights to lose to Bret, Owen, Keith, and Bruce Hart. Following the pay-per-view, Horowitz began teaming with his old partner Steve Lombardi as The Red & Black Knights on the house show circuit, losing to Men on a Mission multiple times in December.
Despite his status as a jobber, Horowitz would occasionally wrestle in matches of greater prominence. He was instrumental in starting the feud between reigning tag team champions, The Quebecers, and the “1-2-3” Kid. The Quebecers were set to defend their titles against Horowitz and Reno Riggins but Horowitz brought in the Kid as a last-minute replacement partner. Though the Quebecers prevailed in the match, the Kid would continue to challenge for the tag team titles, albeit with changing partners and without Horowitz. Barry would return to teaming with Reno Riggins during 1994, facing The Smoking Gunns and Men on a Mission on multiple occasions. Despite numerous defeats, Horowitz did gain two victories in 1994 by defeating Ben Jordan and Mark Thomas. He also faced Thurman "Sparky" Plugg in the latter's first WWF match.
Horowitz entered 1995 still mired in the preliminary ranks and lost to Chris Candido in the soon to be BodyDonna Skip's first match. However, Bodydonna Skip was the catalyst for a career turnaround that summer. Horowitz's schedule began to pick up and he wrestled Henry Godwinn, Mantaur, Shawn Michaels, and others. On the March 13, 1995 episode of Monday Night Raw, Horowitz received a shot at Jeff Jarrett's Intercontinental Championship. It was a competitive match, but Horowitz lost via submission to Jarrett's figure-four leg lock. On May 25, 1995 in Manitoba he began a house show series against Skip of the Body Donnas, losing to him all seven times.
Elevation to main roster and teaming with Hakushi (1995–1997)
Finally, on the July 9, 1995 airing of The Action Zone, Horowitz received the first push of his WWF career, beginning with pinning Bodydonna Skip to gain his first win over a WWF star on television, leading to commentator Jim Ross shouting "Horowitz wins! Horowitz wins!" into his microphone in disbelief. Horowitz faced Skip on the August 5 episode of WWF Superstars after the Body Donna said that Horowitz could not last ten minutes in a match. Horowitz avoided a pinfall for the ten minutes, leading to a third televised match between them at SummerSlam 1995. Horowitz won this encounter, gaining his first ever pay-per-view victory. These wins led to Horowitz becoming a popular underdog with WWF fans. During this time, the WWF played up Horowitz's Jewish heritage, introducing a Star of David on his wrestling trunks and making his entrance theme an upbeat version of the Jewish folk song "Hava Nagila". The character was also developed with the portrayal of Horowitz as a stereotypical nerd when not wrestling, showing Horowitz with large glasses, dress shirts buttoned up all the way, and a pocket protector. Horowitz formed a tag team with the newly turned face Hakushi–whom he attempted to Americanize (as shown in a series of vignettes with Horowitz describing American culture and institutions to Hakushi) after beating him in another upset. At the 1995 Survivor Series, they teamed with Bob Holly and Marty Jannetty in a loss to Skip, Rad Radford, Tom Prichard, and The 1-2-3 Kid. A month later at In Your House 5 Horowitz teamed with Hakushi and The Smoking Gunns to defeat The Body Donnas, Yokozuna, and Isaac Yankem in a dark match at the pay-per-view. He closed out the year teaming frequently with Fatu and Hakushi and coming out victorious over Skip, Kama, and Yankem on the house show circuit.
Horowitz appeared in the 1996 Royal Rumble match, as the 25th entrant, where he was eliminated by Owen Hart. However, despite his elevation in the roster, Horowitz quickly returned to a long losing streak, being defeated by Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Duke Droese, and Savio Vega in January and February. He rebounded to defeat Isaac Yankem (Kane) in Hartford, Connecticut on March 15, but then entered another losing streak that would not end until May 28, when he upset Owen Hart after the referee reversed the decision. Horowitz then went on another long streak, falling to Farooq, Goldust, and Salvatore Sincere. His final televised match came on April 7, 1997 when he teamed with Freddie Joe Floyd against The Headbangers on Monday Night Raw. His last WWF match was in Kuwait City, Kuwait on April 12, 1997 against Floyd.
Return to WCW (1997–2000)
Horowitz's contract was not renewed by the WWF in 1997, and he joined World Championship Wrestling in October 1997, wrestling Disco Inferno on WCW Saturday Night. He signed a two-year contract and wrestled primarily on Saturday Night, but also had numerous house show appearances. He sustained losses to Disco Inferno, Wrath, Chris Adams, Alex Wright, Vincent, and others during 1998. He was also part of Bill Goldberg's undefeated streak, losing to him on January 10, 1998 on WCW Saturday Night and later on May 27, 1998 on WCW Thunder - where he had his first and only shot at the WCW United States Championship. On October 20 Horowitz gained his first victory in his WCW return, albeit via disqualification in a match against Barry Darsow at a television taping in Mankato, Minnesota. On November 22, 1998 he made his first pay-per-view appearance, wrestling in the three ring, 60 man battle royal at World War 3.
In early 2000 he began his first feud in WCW after losing to Allan Funk on the March 11 edition of Saturday Night. Funk defeated Horowitz using a handful of tights. A week later on Saturday Night during a match between Fidel Sierra and Funk, Horowitz came out to the ring and distracted Funk, allowing the former Cuban Assassin to win. Horowitz's final WCW appearance came at the last ever taping of Saturday Night on March 29, 2000 in Beaumont, Texas. He faced Jim Duggan and was defeated after Allan Funk came out and interfered.
He then left WCW in 2000 and returned to the independent circuit.
Return to the independent circuit (2000–present)
As of June 2005, Horowitz was working as a nutritionist in Florida, while occasionally wrestling for local independent promotions. He was featured on the (renamed) WWE's website "Where Are They Now?" column on October 22, 2008.
In 2013 he had what appears to have been his last matches, at the DWI 4th Annual Malenko Memorial Cup in Riverview, Florida on June 30 - defeating Kennedy Kendrick, and then winning the Malenko Cup Battle Royal in the Main Event.
Championships and accomplishments
- Border City Wrestling
- Catch Wrestling Association
- Championship Wrestling from Florida
- Continental Wrestling Association
- Definitive Wrestling International
- 2013 Malenko Memorial Cup Winner
- Empire Wrestling Alliance
- EWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- Future of Wrestling
- Global Wrestling Federation
- Independent Association of Wrestling
- IAW Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
- IWA Intercontinental Championship (1 time)
- International Wrestling Association
- IWA United States Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation
- New Breed Pro Wrestling
- NBPW United States Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- South Eastern Championship Wrestling
- SECW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- SECW Television Championship (1 time)
- Other titles
- RISE Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
Singles wins (WWE, GWF, WCW)
|July 23, 1987||Kitchener, Ontario||Coliseum||house show||Brady Boone||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 26, 1987||Nashville, TN||Fairgrounds||house show||David Sammartino||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 27, 1987||Huntsville, AL||Von Braun Civic Center||house show||Sivi Afi||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|December 27, 1987||Washington, DC||Capital Center||house show||Jerry Allen||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|February 21, 1988||Tacoma, WA||Tacoma Dome||house show||SD Jones||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|April 24, 1988||Landover, MD||Fairgrounds||house show||Jose Luis Rivera||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|April 25, 1988||New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||Prime Time Wrestling||Jose Luis Rivera||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 6, 1988||Richfield, OH||Coliseum||house show||Jose Luis Rivera||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 22, 1988||Denver, CO||Auditorium||house show||Scott Casey||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 30, 1988||Bakersfield, CA||Civic Auditorium||house show||Lanny Poffo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 12, 1988||Springfield, MA||Civic Center||house show||Jerry Allen||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 23, 1988||Utica, NY||Memorial auditorium||house show||Jerry Allen||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 24, 1988||Richmond, VA||Coliseum||house show||Jerry Allen||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 23, 1988||Richfield, OH||Coliseum||house show||DJ Peterson||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 24, 1988||Philadelphia, PA||Spectrum||PRISM Network||DJ Peterson||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|November 11, 1988||Albuquerque, NM||Tingley Coliseum||house show||Lanny Poffo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|November 12, 1988||San Bernardino, CA||house show||Lanny Poffo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|December 2, 1988||Providence, RI||Civic Center||house show||Iron Mike Sharpe||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|December 4, 1988||Springfield, MA||house show||Iron Mike Sharpe||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 17, 1989||Calgary, Alberta||Saddledome||house show||Scott Casey||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 19, 1989||Denver, CO||McNichols Arena||house show||Scott Casey||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 23, 1989||Milwaukee, WI||Bradley Center||house show||Scott Casey||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 24, 1989||Erie, PA||Civic Center||house show||Scott Casey||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 12, 1989||Springfield, MA||Civic Center||house show||Mike Reskin||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 13, 1989||Boston, MA||Boston Garden||Prime Time Wrestling||Dusty Wolfe||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 19, 1989||Altoona, PA||Jaffa Mosque||house show||Jeff Bronsky||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 16, 1989||Lafayette, LA||Cajun Dome||house show||Boris Zhukov||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 24, 1989||Chicago, IL||Rosemont Horizon||house show||Blue Blazer||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 26, 1989||Glens Falls, NY||Civic Center||house show||Blue Blazer||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|July 6, 1989||Johnstown, PA||Cambria County War Memorial||house show||Bill Woods||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|July 29, 1989||Greensboro, NC||Coliseum||house show||Ken Shamrock||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|August 1989||Wildwood, NJ||Convention Hall||house show||Jim Powers||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|August 7, 1989||San Bernardino, CA||house show||Louie Spicolli||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 27, 1990||Atlanta, GA||Center Stage Theater||World Championship Wrestling||Tommy Angel||Won by pinfall||WCW|
|February 7, 1992||Dallas, TX||Global Dome||Global Wrestling||Jerry Lynn||Won by pinfall||GWF|
|February 28, 1992||Dallas, TX||Global Dome||Global Wrestling||Ben Jordan||Won by pinfall||GWF|
|March 6, 1992||Dallas, TX||Global Dome||Global Wrestling||Chaz Taylor||Won by pinfall||GWF|
|March 20, 1992||Dallas, TX||Global Dome||Global Wrestling||Eddie Gilbert||Won by DQ||GWF|
|March 20, 1992||Dallas, TX||Global Dome||Global Wrestling||Todd Overblow||Won by pinfall||GWF|
|September 21, 1992||Winnipeg, Manitoba||Arena||WWF Superstars dark match||Brad Holman||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|November 23, 1992||Erie, PA||Civic Center||Wrestling Challenge dark match||John Paul||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|July 5, 1993||New York, NY||Manhattan Center||Monday Night Raw dark match||Phil Apollo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|July 7, 1993||Salisbury, MD||Wicomico Youth & Civic Center||Wrestling Challenge dark match||Chuck Williams||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 28, 1993||Worcester, MA||Memorial Auditorium||WWF Superstars dark match||Mike Davis||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 29, 1993||Portland, ME||Civic Center||Wrestling Challenge dark match||Scott Taylor||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|February 1, 1994||White Plains, NY||Westchester County Civic Center||WWF Superstars dark match||Mark Thomas||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 23, 1994||White Plains, NY||Westchester County Civic Center||WWF Superstars dark match||Ben Jordan||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|April 25, 1995||Des Moines, IA||Veterans Memorial Coliseum||WWF Superstars dark match||Lenny Carlson||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|June 28, 1995||Wilkes-Barre, PA||Wilkes University Marts Center||Wrestling Challenge||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|August 14, 1995||Worcester, MA||Centrum||Action Zone||Hakushi||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|August 27, 1995||Auburn Hills, MI||Palace||SummerSlam 95||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 15, 1995||Montreal, Quebec||Forum||house show||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 17, 1995||Toronto, Ontario||Maple Leaf Garden||house show||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 5, 1995||Boston, MA||Fleet Center||house show||Sir Mo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 6, 1995||New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||house show||Sir Mo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 7, 1995||Providence, RI||Civic Center||house show||Sir Mo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 8, 1995||Halifax, Nova Scotia||Forum||house show||Sir Mo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 9, 1995||St Johns, Newfoundland||house show||Sir Mo||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 25, 1995||Tacoma, WA||house show||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 27, 1995||Vancouver, British Columbia||house show||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 28, 1995||Victoria, British Columbia||house show||Skip||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 6, 1996||Beaumont, TX||Civic Center||house show||Guido Falcone||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 7, 1996||Tyler, TX||Oil Palace||house show||Guido Falcone||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 8, 1996||Houston, TX||Summit||house show||Guido Falcone||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|March 15, 1996||Hartford, CT||Civic Center||house show||Isaac Yankem||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|May 28, 1996||North Charleston, SC||Coliseum||WWF Superstars||Owen Hart||Won by reversed decision||WWE|
|June 24, 1996||Green Bay, WI||Brown County Expo||Monday Night Raw dark match||Tracey Smothers||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 10, 1996||Cape Town, South Africa||Good Hope Centre||house show||Marty Jannetty||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|September 11, 1996||Johannesburg, South Africa||house show||Marty Jannetty||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 22, 1996||Cincinnati, OH||Cincinnati Gardens||WWF Superstars dark match||Mike Diamond||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 28, 1996||London, England||Arena||house show||TL Hopper||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|February 20, 1997||Knoxville, TN||house show||Headbanger Thrasher||Won by pinfall||WWE|
|October 20, 1998||Mankato, MN||WCW Thunder||Barry Darsow||Won by DQ||WCW|
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