Rhino (wrestler) life and biography

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Rhino (wrestler) biography

Date of birth : 1975-10-07
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Detroit, Michigan
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2011-04-15
Credited as : Professional Wrestler WWE, TNA championship, WrestleMania XXVII

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Terrance "Terry" Gerin is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Rhino (also spelled Rhyno in WWE). He is best known for his career in Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). He is currently employed by Juggalo Championship Wrestling.

Rhino made his ECW debut in 2000 as part of "The Network". Success came quickly to Rhino in ECW and by the beginning of 2001 he was both the TV Champion and the World Champion. Unfortunately, ECW went out of business shortly after this feat and he was in possession of all the ECW singles titles when the company folded.

Rhyno made his WWE debut in 2001 and again made a quick impact. He quickly won the hardcore title twice and during the Invasion angle became U.S. Champion. Two herniated discs took his career off track as his surgery for this problem kept him off TV from October 2001 until February 2003.

Rhyno wrestled for SmackDown when he returned. His first few months saw him as a partner of Chris Benoit until Rhyno turned on him. He was starting to get lost in the shuffle when he was drafted by RAW in March 2004. After a brief tag team with Tajiri, he was again lost in the shuffle. At a WrestleMania 21 party, he embarrassed himself by getting into a public fight with his wife. He was fired a few days later.

He worked for the WWE one more time as part of their ECW One Night Stand PPV on June 12, 2005. He lost to Sabu at that event. He worked the indys for a few months before joining TNA in July.

He immediately got into a feud with the Hardcore Dream Team of Raven and Sabu. At the Bound for Glory PPV on October 23, 2005, Rhino had the greatest night of his career as he won three matches in one night, including beating Jeff Jarrett to become NWA champion. His title reign lasted less than two weeks.


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