Sabu (wrestler)

Sabu (wrestler)

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Terry Snuka
Terry S.R.
Sabu The Elephant Boy
height=6 ft (183 cm)
weight=220 lb. (100 kg)
birth_date=birth date and age|1964|12|12
birth_place=Lansing, Michigan, United States
billed=Saudi Arabia
Bombay, India
Bombay, Michigan
trainer=The SheikFoley, Mick. Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks (p.273)]

Terry Michael Brunk (December 12 1964) better known by his ring name Sabu, is an American professional wrestler. In Forever Hardcore, Brunk reveals he took his name from actor Sabu Dastagir, of whom his uncle was a fan.

He is best known for his appearances with Eastern Championship Wrestling and other independents including the original Extreme Championship Wrestling throughout the 1990s, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling from 2002 until 2006, and his recent tenure in World Wrestling Entertainment on its ECW brand, which lasted from April 2006 until May 2007.

Professional wrestling career

Training under the Sheik

Brunk was trained by his uncle, Ed Farhat (The Sheik), and was initially trained to be a technical wrestler. He began his wrestling career in the Sheik's promotion, Big Time Wrestling, and was billed as being from Saudi Arabia under the ring name Sabu. He was not billed as Terry Brunk, since it could confuse him with ECW's Terry Funk.

Frontier Martial–Arts Wrestling (1991–1993)

He soon traveled with his uncle to Frontier Martial–Arts Wrestling (FMW), where he received many of the cuts and bruises on his arms and torso for which he became famous. Brunk cleared all rumors that the cuts and bruises were self-induced in a shoot interview with RF Video, confirming that they were a result of numerous hardcore matches he was involved in, including participating in over two dozen no-rope barbed wire death matches. Sabu often competed in Japanese hardcore matches, where he teamed with the Sheik, Tiger Jeet Singh and Horace Boulder. Sabu feuded with the likes of Tarzan Goto and Atsushi Onita in FMW.

Extreme Championship Wrestling (1993–1995)

Brunk revealed in a shoot promo and in the documentary film "Forever Hardcore" that in fact it was not Paul Heyman that brought him into ECW but that he was at the right place at the right time. He was referred by a friend to Tod Gordon.

According to the storyline, Sabu, who at that time often arrived to the ring by his handler 911, was an uncontrollable madman strapped to a gurney and with a Hannibal Lecter-style face mask while trying to break free (he claimed to hate this part of his gimmick as he was normally tired before he started his match). Sabu could only be released from his bonds to wrestle his matches. Sabu also quickly became synonymous with table-breaking at this time; if a table was not destroyed during his match, Sabu would break a table with his own body after the bell had sounded. Sabu could not even look at a table without wanting to destroy it, which sometimes led to 911 having to restrain Sabu during backstage interviews if a table was present.

One of the most notable aspects of Sabu's early career was his refusal to speak, a gimmick that he inherited from The Sheik (who never spoke English in public to protect kayfabe). In his early career, Sabu was billed as being from Saudi Arabia, or Bombay, India (in real life he is a second generation Lebanese-American from Detroit). But in ECW, he was clearly heard to speak in the ring on several occasions and it was fairly common knowledge that Brunk was an American citizen from birth. This led to a joke at kayfabe's expense when Sabu began to be billed as hailing from "Bombay, Michigan".

Early notable feuds

The most significant matches during the early part of Sabu's career in ECW were his three way dance for the ECW Championship at "The Night the Line Was Crossed", against Terry Funk and Shane Douglas, which went to a 1 hour time limit draw and his tag team feud with The Public Enemy in which Sabu and his partner The Tazzmaniac captured the ECW Tag Team Championship in a double tables match.

Another notable event occurred when, after being scheduled for a 3-way dance for the ECW Tag Team titles, Sabu no–showed the event to accept a booking in Japan, which led Paul Heyman to publicly and legitimately fire Sabu at the event. Sabu stated in the "Forever Hardcore" documentary that he had a career wrestling in Japan yet only wrestled once every so often for ECW; thus, he chose Japan over ECW.

World Championship Wrestling (1995)

Sabu made his WCW debut on September 11, 1995 on an edition of "WCW Monday Nitro" against Alex Wright. Sabu won the match, but the decision was reversed when after the match he put Wright through a table. Sabu would continue to wrestle some of the crusierweights in WCW in the early days of the division, including a match against Mr. J.L. at Halloween Havoc. Sabu came out victorious against J.L., and following the match Sabu's uncle Shiek hit J.L. in the face with his trademark fireball. His last match in WCW was against Disco Inferno, which Sabu won. Following his victory, he put Disco on a table on the outside and attempted to flip onto Disco but Disco moved. Sabu hit the table back first, but the table didn't break. In response, Sabu began no selling the table spot and started throwing the table as well as the ring stairs.

It would be shortly after this that Sabu would return to ECW at the November to Remember pay-per-view, where he faced Hack Myers.

Return to ECW (1996–2001)

He eventually returned to ECW the next year, and engaged in matches and feuds with the likes of Rob Van Dam, with whom he later teamed up with and won the ECW Tag Team Championship twice. In the meantime, former tag team partner Tazmaniac (who had shortened his name to "Taz") began to publicly challenge Sabu at every given opportunity, but got no response. After a year of call-outs and insults from Taz, Heyman revealed that he had asked Sabu, as a friend, to ignore Taz's challenge. This standoff culminated in a grudge match at ECW's first pay-per-view, Barely Legal, which Taz won. The two continued to feud on and off for the remainder of Taz's ECW career. Sabu mentioned in a shoot interview with RF Video that he didn't want to work with Taz for this match because he had already wrestled him before and wanted to work with other talent. He also mentioned that Taz calling him out for a year was not planned. Paul Heyman convinced Sabu to wrestle Taz at Barely Legal.

WWF invasion angle

Sabu was later included in the WWF invasion angle, in which ECW wrestlers invaded WWF's "Monday Night Raw" program and held ECW-style matches and angles on the show. One memorable moment occurred at this show when Sabu appeared during Tazz's match and prepared for an aerial move off the "R" in the "RAW" lettered entryway onto Team Tazz members, but instead accidentally fell off the "R". This was not planned which led to Sabu landing on top of Team Tazz members and becoming an inside joke between him and Tazz backstage. This invasion angle also led to a heel turn for Sabu in ECW as he teamed up with Rob Van Dam and their manager Bill Alfonso to promote the virtues of the WWF product over ECW's. Sabu feuded with ECW loyalists Tommy Dreamer and Sandman during this period.

No-Rope Barbed Wire match with Terry Funk

One of Sabu's most infamous matches was the No-Rope Barbed-Wire match with Terry Funk at "Born to be Wired", a match which was promoted as being "too extreme even for ECW" – and with good reason: both men bled profusely. In one of the most memorable moments in ECW history, Sabu attempted the "Air Sabu" corner splash on Terry Funk. Funk moved and Sabu ended up colliding violently into the wire which tore open his biceps. He then asked his manager Bill Alfonso for some tape and after Alfonso went to get some Sabu began to tape the gash up, which was about 10 inches long. To this day, Funk has stated that he has never seen anything like what Sabu did that night. The match ended with both men so badly tangled up together in the barbed wire that it took several ring technicians armed with wire cutters to free them from the predicament (on the DVD "Bloodsport – ECW's Most Violent Matches" released by World Wrestling Entertainment, Paul Heyman said that the match was "so gruesome, I never ever dared to schedule another one like it", and that they never had another Barbed-Wire match in ECW because "no one could top that one – and in good conscience, I never wanted anyone to try").


Brunk racked up an astounding catalogue of injuries during his ECW tenure, including broken ribs, a broken jaw, and famously breaking his neck twice. The first time he broke his neck was during his match with Chris Benoit at 1994 November to Remember event. Benoit threw Sabu, intending that he take a flapjack bump, but Brunk attempted to turn mid-air and take a back body drop bump instead. This incident earned Benoit his nickname "The Canadian Crippler". The other was during a match against Taz in December 1998, when Brunk took a Taz–Plex through a table and landed incorrectly. Brunk was able to recover from the neck injuries and return to wrestling, and he even wore a neck brace in his return match in the United States a month following the injury at Tazz's hands; by Brunk's account, however, he started actively wrestling in Japan on a short tour a little over two weeks after that injury.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2002–2006)

Sabu debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) on July 17 2002, defeating Malice in a ladder match. The next week he faced Ken Shamrock in a ladder match which was declared a No Contest when Malice interfered.

In 2004, Sabu teamed with Raven to defeat Raven's former "Gathering" protégés, CM Punk and Julio Dinero. In March he began feuding with Monty Brown and Abyss, who outnumbered him on several occasions after Raven failed to "watch his back". Eventually Raven challenged Sabu to an empty arena match to be held on June 9, but Sabu refused to wrestle him, claiming that he had promised his uncle, The Sheik, that he would never fight Raven. Raven then waged a campaign against Sabu, disrespecting the memory of his uncle and assaulting Sabu's friend Sonjay Dutt, until Sabu finally broke and attacked him on July 23. Raven defeated Sabu on August 4, and a scheduled return match on August 18 was canceled after Sabu legitimately suffered a serious back injury.

While injured, Brunk contracted a virus and was hospitalized, sidelining him for ten months. On December 12 a benefit show, "A Night of Appreciation for Sabu", was held to raise funds for him. The show was considered a success, raising enough money for Brunk to cover the costs of his medical care and he was able to make a full recovery. In his first match back from the injury, he defeated N8 Mattson. Sabu then appeared at "Hardcore Homecoming", where he defeated Terry Funk and Shane Douglas in a three-way no-ropes barbed wire match, and (two days later) at ECW One Night Stand, where he defeated Rhyno.

Sabu returned to TNA on July 29 2005. At Sacrifice Sabu teamed with his old enemy, and then NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Raven to face Jeff Jarrett and Rhino. Rhino and Jarrett won the match after Rhino gored Raven through a table and pinned him. The match saw Abyss interfering and attacking Sabu, starting a feud between the two of them. They went on to have a match at Unbreakable in September which Abyss won after performing his Black Hole Slam finisher on to a pile of tacks in the ring. Sabu once again found himself squaring off against Rhino and Abyss, as well as Jeff Hardy, during Bound for Glory in the Monster's Ball 2 match. Rhino won the match. On the same night, Sabu competed in a 10-Man Gauntlet Match to decide a number one contender, which he also lost, once again to Rhino.

In late October 2005, Brunk signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment to be a part of its "Legends" program. Sabu continued his feud with Abyss, once again losing to him at Genesis after taking a Black Hole Slam onto a barbed wire steel chair. They met up again, in the promotion's first ever Barbed Wire Massacre at Turning Point. Sabu finally beat Abyss, but following the match wasn't seen on TNA TV for several months.

He made his return at Lockdown on April 28, 2006 in a match against Samoa Joe for Joe's TNA X Division Championship, despite Sabu having a broken forearm. Sabu was defeated in what would turn out to be his final TNA match. Following the match Samoa Joe reported on his MySpace page that Sabu's injuries from Lockdown were more serious than reported. Joe stated that part of Sabu's fingertip was severed, he had a broken arm, and he had been partially scalped at an undisclosed Mexican independent event.

World Wrestling Entertainment (2006–2007)

On April 24 2006, Sabu's official website reported that he signed a one-year contract with World Wrestling Entertainment. This was soon confirmed by, which stated that Sabu would become a part of WWE's ECW brand. At the One Night Stand pay-per-view, Sabu faced Rey Mysterio for the World Heavyweight Championship. At the end of the pay-per-view matchup, Mysterio found himself standing on a ringside table with Sabu flying at him. Sabu caught the champ in a front facelock and nailed him with a DDT which caused both men to crash through the table. At this point, the WWE medical staff rushed to the injured men and declared neither man could continue and ordered the match stopped, resulting in a No Contest in which Mysterio kept his title.

On the June 13 premiere of "ECW on Sci-Fi", Sabu won a 10 man Extreme Battle Royal with the stipulation that the winner face John Cena at Vengeance. Sabu further fueled the feud during the next week's "Raw", when he interfered in a Cena match and performed a "Triple Jump Leg Drop" on him, diving onto Cena and putting him through the announcers' table. Cena defeated Sabu in their "Extreme Lumberjack match" at Vengeance. On July 2, Sabu, traveling with fellow ECW wrestler Rob Van Dam, was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, and nine Vicodin tablets following a traffic stop in Hanging Rock, Ohio.cite web|url=|title=Wrestling stars busted in Hanging Rock|accessdate=2007-05-25] On July 5, announced that Brunk was to be fined $1,000 based on the guidelines of WWE's Wellness Policy.cite news | first = Hicks | last = Brady | title = 2006: The year in wrestling | work = PWI Presents: 2007 Wrestling Almanak and book of facts | publisher = Kappa Publications | id = 2007 Edition | page = 23 | accessdate = 2007-07-11 ] Meanwhile, he defeated Stevie Richards in an Extreme Rules match at "Saturday Night's Main Event". Towards the end of July, Sabu began to talk on camera for himself - instead of using a go between - and demanded a shot at The Big Show's ECW World Championship which Paul Heyman refused to grant him in order to "protect" his champion. Instead he forced him into a match against the returning Kurt Angle to determine a #1 contender. When that match was interrupted by the returning Rob Van Dam another match was signed, Angle vs RVD vs. Sabu, for the number one contendership (Angle then became too injured to compete and was pulled from the match). Sabu beat Rob Van Dam in their ladder match to win a shot at Big Show at SummerSlam, a match which he ended up losing.

At Survivor Series, Sabu teamed up with John Cena, Bobby Lashley, Rob Van Dam and Kane to face the team of The Big Show, Test, Montel Vontavious Porter, Finlay and Umaga. Sabu eliminated Test following a Tornado DDT, but he was later eliminated by Big Show via pinfall after receiving a chokeslam. In the end, Team Cena gained victory. At December to Dismember Sabu was originally to appear in the main event, an extreme elimination chamber match against The Big Show, Test, Rob Van Dam, CM Punk and Bobby Lashley, but was "taken out" and replaced by Hardcore Holly. Sabu made his Royal Rumble debut in the 2007 Royal Rumble where he was eliminated by Kane after receiving a chokeslam over the top rope and through a table.

Sabu joined the ECW Originals along with Rob Van Dam, Tommy Dreamer and The Sandman. The ECW Originals began a feud with the New Breed (Elijah Burke, Kevin Thorn, Marcus Cor Von and Matt Striker). The two teams faced off in a match at WrestleMania 23 in which the ECW Originals won. The ECW after that, there was an ECW Extreme Rules Match between the New Breed and the ECW Originals, which the New Breed won after Elijah Burke did the Elijah Express on Sabu through a table. On March 31 2007 Sabu and Rob Van Dam inducted The Sheik into the WWE Hall of Fame. On May 16, 2007 reported that Sabu has been released from his WWE contract. Behind the scenes, it was said the reason why was that Sabu was getting increaslingly hard to work with, constantly arriving late and having a suspected minor drug problem.

Independent circuit (2007–2008)

Asistencia Asesoría y Administración

On July 13, 2007, it was announced that Sabu would be working in Mexico's AAA promotion in Mexico for their Triplemania 15 event. Sabu came out during the main event and put La Parka through a table, joining forces with the heels X-Pack, Ron "The Truth" Killings, and Konnan. Since then, he has made appearances on their major televised programs on Galavision as a minor part of Konnan's extreme heel stable, La Legion Extranjera.. [ [ WRESTLELAND: Update on AAA's TripleMania Show ] ]

Australasian Wrestling Federation

Sabu has been noted as a member of the AWF roster, where he has so far wrestled three matches during the Wrestlefest 2007 Tour in October. Sabu Defeated Il Cognito at Fairy Meadow, New South Wales on October 5, Steve Ravenous at Cardiff, New South Wales on the October 6 and finally wrestling then-AWF Champion TNT to a no contest due to interference from The Platinum Players at Blacktown, New South Wales on the October 7.

CWA Pro Wrestling

On February 8, 2008, Sabu debuted for CWA Pro Wrestling in Columbia, South Carolina. Teaming with then-CWA Heavyweight Champion Timber, Sabu won the match for his team after he dove off the staging area onto his opponent Phil Shatter, putting him through a table.

May 10, he was scheduled to face the new CWA Heavyweight Champion Raven in Fayetteville, North Carolina but Sabu did not show up due to injuries.

Xtreme Pro Wrestling reunion show

On May 24, 2008, Sabu was supposed to compete for Xtreme Pro Wrestling's reunion show "Cold Day in Hell", where he would have been teaming up with Homeless Jimmy to face Raven and Johnny Webb. Although Sabu did attend the pre-show autograph session, he was barred from competing by special referee Terry Funk due to a back injury. Sabu attempted a "run-in" during the match but began brawling with Funk before entering the ring. Many fans in attendance were aware of Sabu's inability to wrestle prior to the event but praised Sabu for attending the show and participating in the autograph session.

Independent Wrestling Association Mid–South

Sabu was scheduled to face fellow ECW alumni 2 Cold Scorpio at IWA–MS' "Extreme Intentions" event on June 7. However, it was announced on June 1 that Sabu would not be wrestling due to his back injury, although he is still scheduled to make an appearance to sign autographs and take photos with fans.

Return from back injury

Sabu is being advertised in Puerto Rico to make his official return to pro wrestling after his serious back injury that resulted him to miss out most action and scheduled matches this year. He returned to wrestling on September 20, 2008 at the World Wrestling Council's "Septiembre Negro" event where he was defeated by Steve Corino. Sabu was said to have looked terrific in the match, working very hard and mixing crisp mat wrestling with his usual hardcore style. Sabu is soon expected to do a wrestling tour in Ireland in October.


Sabu's wrestling style is unorthodox, consisting mainly of aerial and grapple moves performed with the aid of tables (which he is famous for smashing opponents through) and chairs, which he uses as weapons and as launching pads for some of his more death-defying moves. He is also famous for the invention of his "triple-jump" techniques, which involve jumping from a set-up chair onto the ring ropes and then springing off onto an opponent with a flying attack of some sort.

Sabu is also notorious for continuing to wrestle matches even though he has suffered serious injuries that require medical attention. An example of this was during the "Stairway to Hell" match with The Sandman where Sabu's jawbone was broken when he landed face-first on the steel guardrail outside the ring. Rather than ending the match early, Sabu actually duct-taped his jaw shut and continued to wrestle the match to its scheduled conclusion. During the aforementioned "Born To Be Wired" match with Terry Funk, Sabu legitimately tore open his biceps on the barbed wire. He taped it up on the spot and continued the match. Afterwards, he super-glued himself together to drive to the hospital where it took more than 100 stitches to close the wound. He refused to miss any matches because of that injury.

Sabu's famous signature gesture, dubbed the Magician of Arabia, is pointing to the sky while looking upwards, especially when entering or exiting the ring, or before performing an especially dangerous move (the gesture is often referred to as Sabu pointing to the heavens in tribute to his uncle The Sheik, even though he had been using the gesture many years before Sheik had died). Sabu has stated on camera, during a shoot interview with RF video, that the gesture "don't mean nothin...not really".

In wrestling

*Finishing and signature moves
**"Arabian Facebuster" (Jumping leg drop, driving a steel chair into the face of the opponent)
**"Arabian Skullcrusher" (Jumping leg drop, driving a steel chair into the back of the opponent's head)
**"Atomic Arabian Facebuster" (Diving leg drop or a somersault leg drop, driving a steel chair into the face of the opponent)
**"Atomic Arabian Skullcrusher" (Diving leg drop, sometimes to the back of the opponent's head or a somersault leg drop, driving a steel chair into the back of the opponent's head, often through a table)
**Triple jump moonsault
**Triple jump leg drop
**Camel clutch
**"Triple Jump Arabian Press" (A running start, jumps to a chair, to the top ring rope and then performs a crossbody block to an opponent on the outside of the ring)
**"Triple Jump DDT" (A running start, jumps to a chair, to the top ring rope and then performs a DDT to an opponent through a table)
**"Triple Jump Somersault" (A running start, jumps to a chair, to the top ring rope and then performs a somersault senton to an opponent on the outside of the ring)
**"Air Sabu" (Heel kick to a cornered opponent, with the assistance of a steel chair)
**"Arabian Piledriver" (Scoop slam piledriver)
**"Arabian Press" (Slingshot split-legged moonsault)
**Springboard moonsault to an opponent outside the ring
**Guillotine leg drop
**Slingshot crossbody
**Springboard tornado DDT
**Springboard leg lariat
**Somersault plancha
**Throwing a steel chair at an opponent

*With Rob Van Dam
**Assisted "Air Sabu"
** Diving leg drop / Diving splash combination
**Springboard somersault leg drop (Sabu) / "Rolling Thunder" (Van Dam) combination

*Signature foreign objects
**Steel chair
**Barbed wire or objects wrapped in barbed wire

**The Cuban Assassin
**Paul E. Dangerously
**Bill Alfonso
**Josh Lazie
**Rob Van Dam
**The Sheik
**Tammy Lynn Sytch
**Gideon Wainwright
**The Sandman
**Tommy Dreamer

**"The Suicidal, Homicidal, Genocidal, Death–Defying Maniac"
**"ECW's Evel Knievel"
**"The Arabian Machine of Destruction"
**"The Crazed Kamikaze"
**"The Human Highlight Reel"
**"The Modern Day Kamikaze"
**"The Death Bringer"

*Theme music
**"Huka Blues" – Harry Slash & The Slashtones
**"Little Crazy" – Fight
**"Theme from Jaws" – John Williams

Championships and accomplishments

*Asylum Championship Wrestling
**ACW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Border City Wrestling
**BCW Can-Am Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Eastern Championship Wrestling | Extreme Championship Wrestling
**ECW World Heavyweight Championship ( 2 times)
**ECW World Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Tazz (1) and Rob Van Dam (2)
**ECW World Television Championship (1 time)
**ECW FTW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
**2nd ECW Triple Crown Winner

*Extreme Wrestling Alliance
**EWA Junior Championship (1 time)

*Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling
**FMW World Martial Arts Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Horace Boulder

*Insane Wrestling Federation
**IWF Heavyweight Championship (2 times)

*Juggalo Championship Wrestling
**JCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Main Event Championship Wrestling
**MECW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Motor City Wrestling
**MCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*National Wrestling Alliance
**NWA Independent World Heavyweight Championship (1 time) (First and Only)

*NWA Florida
**NWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*National Wrestling Conference
**NWC Heavyweight Championship (2 times)

*New Japan Pro Wrestling
**IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
**UWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Professional Championship Wrestling
**PCW Television Championship (1 time)

*Pro-Pain Pro Wrestling
**3PW Heavyweight Championship (1 time) [cite web|url= | title=Independent Wrestling Results - October 2002 | accessdate=2008-07-06|]

*Stampede Wrestling
**Stampede Pacific Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Ultimate Championship Wrestling
**UCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*World Wrestling Council
**WWC Hardcore Championship (1 time) (Last)
**WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Xtreme Pro Wrestling
**XPW World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

*Pro Wrestling Illustrated
**PWI ranked him # 5 of the 500 best singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 1995.

*Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
**Readers' Favorite Wrestler (1994)1Only the second of Sabu's ECW Championship reigns are recognized by World Wrestling Entertainment.

Personal life

Brunk is married to a Japanese woman Hitomi, who was given a kayfabed name, Mibu, to match his own. They married on June 22, 1997. [ [ There were two ladies that shot ringside during the matches, Hitomi Brunk and Christine Coons. Both are very nice young ladies. And a trivia note for some of you that may not know, Hitomi is the wife of Terry Brunk aka hardcore wrestling legend Sabu.] ] [ [ Sabu's Wedding] ] Sabu has been in lots of games like Backyard Wrestling 1, The Legends of Wrestling


External links

* [ Official Website]
*imdb name|id=0116318|name=Sabu

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