Matt Osborne

Matt Osborne

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Matt Osborne

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Matthew "Matt" Wade Osborne (born July 27, 1957) is an American semi-retired professional wrestler. Osborne is a second generation wrestler, being son of "Tough" Tony Borne, but he is best known as the first wrestler to portray the character of Doink the Clown, which he still uses to this day.

Professional wrestling career

Independent circuit

Under the ring name Matt Bourne, Osborne debuted on December 6, 1978 and began wrestling for many independent promotions, most prominently for Portland Wrestling, Mid-South Wrestling, where he was allied with Ted DiBiase and Jim Duggan as a member of the "Rat Pack" faction. While performing on the indies, Osborne competed against Ricky Steamboat at the first WrestleMania in Madison Square Garden.

World Class Championship Wrestling (1986–1987)

In early 1986, Borne joined World Class Championship Wrestling. Upon debuting for WCCW, Borne teamed with Buzz Sawyer to win a one-day tournament to crown new World Tag Team Champions. He would also win the Texas Heavyweight Championship and defended the title at the Christmas Star Wars event against The Iron Sheik.

World Championship Wrestling (1991–1992)

In 1991, Osborne signed with World Championship Wrestling and debuted as Big Josh, an outdoorsman...
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