PG-13 (professional wrestling)

PG-13 (Professional Wrestling)

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PG-13 was the tag team of J.C. Ice and Wolfie D who worked for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and United States Wrestling Association (USWA). PG-13 briefly competed in Puerto Rico for the World Wrestling Council (WWC) in 1995 , W*ING in Japan, Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in 1997 and World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 2000. They were members of the original incarnation of the Nation of Domination in the USWA.

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In the United States Wrestling Association in the early 1990s, Jamie Dundee turned on his father and became J.C. Ice, a white rapper. Dundee formed a tag team known as PG-13 with Wolfie D. PG-13 dominated the USWA tag team division throughout the mid-1990s, winning the USWA Tag Team Championship on fifteen occasions. After losing to Bill Dundee, PG-13 were obliged to leave the USWA. They returned shortly thereafter under masks as The Cyberpunks, with Dundee known as "Ice" and Wolfie D known as "Fire". After some time, The Cyberpunks unmasked and reverted to being PG-13.

In a September 1995 TV taping of Monday Night Raw, PG-13 appeared with the World Wrestling Federation, appearing in two broadcasts - the latter against tag team champions The Smoking Gunns .They then re-appeared at Survivor Series 1996 as members of the Nation of Domination. Later that year, PG-13 appeared with Extreme Championship Wrestling, where they became known for goading the audience and their opponents....
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