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{{Infobox Wrestler
| name=Conrad Efraim
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| name=Conrad Efraim <br>[[File:WWE HOF 2013.png|150px]]<br>Class of 2019
| image = [[Image:SD Jones Full.png|200px]]
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| image = [[File:SD Jones Full.png|200px]]
| names = Special Delivery Jones<br/>Roosevelt Jones <br/>S.D. Jones
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| names = Special Delivery Jones<br/>Roosevelt Jones <br/>'''S. D. Jones'''
 
| height = 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
 
| height = 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
 
| weight = 260 lbs (120 kg)
 
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| retired = [[1991]]
 
| retired = [[1991]]
 
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'''Conrad Efraim''' (March 30, [[1945]] - October 26, [[2008]]) was a former [[professional wrestling|professional wrestler]] best known as '''Special Delivery Jones''' from his time in the [[World Wrestling Entertainment|WWF]].
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'''Conrad Efraim''' (March 30, [[1945]] - [[October 26]], [[2008]]) was a [[professional wrestling|professional wrestler]] best known as '''Special Delivery Jones''' from his time in the [[World Wrestling Entertainment|WWF]].
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==Career==
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Efraim got his wrestling career started in [[Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling]]. There he would be known as Roosevelt Jones and tag with his fictitious cousin Rufus R. Jones.
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Efraim left Mid-Atlantic for California where he would tag with Porkchop Cash and Tom Jones. Together he won three NWA America Tag Team Championships.
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He would wrestle in the WWF as a babyface, but usually ended up on the losing side. He faced King Kong Bundy where he would lose quickly in exactly nine seconds. He tagged with Tony Atlas and Andre the Giant during his career.
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He would appear in the WWF Music Video for "Land of a Thousand Dances" and would get an action figure of himself in the Wrestling Superstars toy line.
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In 2006, he inducted his former tag team partner Tony Atlas into the WWE Hall of Fame.
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Efraim passed away on October 26, 2008 from a stroke.
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On April 7, 2019, he was inducted into the legacy wing of the [[WWE Hall of Fame]].
   
 
==Wrestling facts==
 
==Wrestling facts==
*'''Signature moves'''
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*'''Finishing moves'''
:*Head Butt
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**Head Butt
   
 
*'''Nicknames'''
 
*'''Nicknames'''
:*Philadelphia's Favorite Son
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**Philadelphia's Favorite Son
   
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
 
==Championships and accomplishments==
 
*'''[[World Wrestling Association (Los Angeles)|World Wrestling Association]]'''
 
*'''[[World Wrestling Association (Los Angeles)|World Wrestling Association]]'''
:*[[NWA Americas Tag Team Championship]] ([[NWA Americas Tag Team Championship#Title history|3 times]]) - with [[Porkchop Cash]] (1) and [[Tom Jones]] (2)
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**[[NWA Americas Tag Team Championship]] ([[NWA Americas Tag Team Championship#Title history|3 times]]) with [[Porkchop Cash]] (1) and [[Tom Jones]] (2)
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*'''[[Universal Superstars of America]]'''
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**[[USA Tag Team Championship]] (1 Time) with [[Tony Atlas]]
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*'''[[World Wrestling Entertainment]]'''
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**[[WWE Hall Of Fame]] (Class of 2019)
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[/Event history|SD Jones' event history]]
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*[[SD Jones/Event history|SD Jones' event history]]
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[[File:Cm logo.jpg|50px]] [http://cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=1497&gimmick=SD+Jones Conrad Efraim Profile on CAGEMATCH]
 
*[[File:Cm logo.jpg|50px]] [http://cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=1497&gimmick=SD+Jones Conrad Efraim Profile on CAGEMATCH]
 
*[[File:Owow logo.jpg|50px]] [http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/s/s-d-jones.html Conrad Efraim Profile on Online World of Wrestling]
 
*[[File:Owow logo.jpg|50px]] [http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/s/s-d-jones.html Conrad Efraim Profile on Online World of Wrestling]
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[[Category:American wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:American wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:Wrestlers who have died]]
 
[[Category:Wrestlers who have died]]
[[Category:World Wrestling Entertainment alumni|Efraim, Conrad]]
 
[[Category:2008 deaths]]
 
 
[[Category:1945 births]]
 
[[Category:1945 births]]
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[[Category:2008 deaths]]
 
[[Category:1971 debuts]]
 
[[Category:1971 debuts]]
[[Category:Tri-State Wrestling Alliance alumni]]
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[[Category:1991 retirements]]
[[Category:New Japan Pro Wrestling alumni]]
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[[Category:Jim Crockett Promotions alumni]]
[[Category:National Wrestling Alliance alumni]]
 
 
[[Category:Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling alumni]]
 
[[Category:Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling alumni]]
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[[Category:National Wrestling Alliance alumni]]
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[[Category:New Japan Pro Wrestling alumni]]
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[[Category:NWA Hollywood Wrestling alumni]]
 
[[Category:NWA Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling alumni]]
 
[[Category:NWA Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling alumni]]
[[Category:1991 retirements]]
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[[Category:Tri-State Wrestling Alliance alumni]]
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[[Category:Universal Wrestling Federation (Herb Abrams) alumni]]
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[[Category:World Wide Wrestling Alliance alumni]]
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[[Category:World Wrestling Entertainment alumni]]
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[[Category:Male wrestlers]]
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[[Category:WWE Hall of Fame inductees]]
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[[Category:WWE Hall of Fame Legacy Inductee]]

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Conrad Efraim (March 30, 1945 - October 26, 2008) was a professional wrestler best known as Special Delivery Jones from his time in the WWF.

CareerEdit

Efraim got his wrestling career started in Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling. There he would be known as Roosevelt Jones and tag with his fictitious cousin Rufus R. Jones.

Efraim left Mid-Atlantic for California where he would tag with Porkchop Cash and Tom Jones. Together he won three NWA America Tag Team Championships.

He would wrestle in the WWF as a babyface, but usually ended up on the losing side. He faced King Kong Bundy where he would lose quickly in exactly nine seconds. He tagged with Tony Atlas and Andre the Giant during his career.

He would appear in the WWF Music Video for "Land of a Thousand Dances" and would get an action figure of himself in the Wrestling Superstars toy line.

In 2006, he inducted his former tag team partner Tony Atlas into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Efraim passed away on October 26, 2008 from a stroke.

On April 7, 2019, he was inducted into the legacy wing of the WWE Hall of Fame.

Wrestling factsEdit

  • Finishing moves
    • Head Butt
  • Nicknames
    • Philadelphia's Favorite Son

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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