Diamond Dallas Page



Real Name - Page Falkenburg
Birthdate - 4/5/56
6'5" 260 lbs. - Pleasant Point, NJ

Aliases - none

Athletic background - Basketball (High School)

Teachers - ??? (Power Plant)

Professional background - AWA, Florida, WCW(`91-`01), WWF(`01-)

Groups - New Jersey Triad, Millionares' Club, The Alliance

Career Highlights -
- Has the first big program of his career a very good midcard feud with Johnny B. Badd
- Returns to WCW at Slamboree `96 and wins the Battle Bowl to become Lord of the Ring
- Has the biggest match of his career teaming with Karl Malone to wrestle Hulk Hogan & Dennis Rodman
- Wins his first of two WCW World heavyweight titles from Ric Flair
- Shows up in the WWF as the Stalker of the Undertaker's wife

Finisher(s) -
- Diamondcutter
x Diamond Dream (Jumping DDT)

Favorites -
- Spinning Lariat
- Swinging Neckbreaker
- Short Shoulder Block
- Lariat
- Punch

Ringwork Rating -
move set - 8
science - 0
aerial - 2
power - 7
strikes - 6

Intangible Rating -
entertainment - 9
selling - 7
bumping - 9
carrying - 6
heat - 7
legacy - 4

Serious Injuries - Knee (Required Surgery)

Place in History - One of the most interesting characters in modern wrestling, DDP went from being a scumbag manager to a big cheese in WCW in 10 years, all while in his late 30s and early 40s. He worked very hard on his ringwork and had a good mind for the business end as well. Page was able to make connections with people like Dusty Rhodes and Eric Bischoff that kept him around and eventually allowed him to take a top spot in WCW. Once there, Page was able to keep his spot very well with programs that worked well...usually. After WCW was bought out, he was one of the few wrestlers with a big contract, who passed up the cash for WWF fame. In the year he spent as part of the active roster, Page's style clashed with others and the run can be considered a failure. However Page remains an example of how positive thinking, hard work and the right friends can make you a huge superstar in the wrestling business.