Chris Hamrick (born 1966) is a retired American professional wrestler. He wrestles extensively as an journeyman independent wrestler but has worked for such notable promotions and companies including World Wrestling Federation (WWF/now WWE), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW) and National Wrestling Alliance (NWA).


Pro Wrestling Federation (1993-1994)

Hamrick trained under Ricky Morton before making his in-ring debut in 1992 for the Pro Wrestling Federation (PWF). He regularly wrestled for PWF until March 1994 when he got a regular job with the World Wrestling Federation.

World Wrestling Federation (1994)

On March 21, Hamrick began his WWF tenure by wrestling Tatanka. While he was used primarily as an enhancement wrestler, Hamrick did wrestle one title match for the Intercontinental Championship, losing to the champion Razor Ramon. Hamrick wrestled his last WWF match on November 9 in a tag match against the Smoking Gunns.

Smoky Mountain Wrestling (1994)

Hamrick began wrestling for SMW in April of that year, facing title holder Bruiser Bedlam for the SMW Beat The Champ Television Championship.

Extreme Championship Wrestling (2000-2001)

On May 20, Hamrick wrestled his first ECW match. Over the next two years he wrestled numerous matches with sparse victories.

Independent Circuit (2001-Present)

After ECW, Hamrick returned to the independent circuit, wrestling for many different promotions across the Northeast and Southern United States.

Personal life

Hamrick has a brother named Jeff who is also a professional wrestler.

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
    • Confederate Currency
    • High Flyin'
    • Southern Comfort

Championships and accomplishments

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