Big Boss Man

Big Boss Man may refer to:

  • Big Boss Man (band), a British jazz/funk band
  • "Big Boss Man" (song), a blues song made famous by Jimmy Reed
  • Big Boss Man (album), an album by The Kentucky Headhunters
  • Ray Traylor, a professional wrestler

Other articles related to "big boss man, boss, man, big":

Big Boss Man (band) - Winner
... Big Boss Man released their second album, Winner, in April 2005 ... French vocals in the song Tu as Gache Mon Talent Ma Cherie - in true Big Boss Man style, the only lyrics are those in the title of the song ... To promote Winner, Big Boss Man embarked on a 12 date tour of France in the spring ...
The Union (professional Wrestling) - History
... Slaughter and his personal enforcer The Big Boss Man to help him quell the rebellious actions of Stone Cold Steve Austin ... was officially formed on November 16, 1998 when Shane and Vince McMahon along with The Big Boss Man, Commissioner Slaughter, and Pat Patterson and Gerald ... members The Rock, Ken Shamrock, and The Big Boss Man holding the WWE Title, the Intercontinental Title, and the Hardcore Title respectively ...
Boss - Other Uses
... Boss, Missouri Boss (architecture), a protruding stone, often decoratively carved The hub of a propeller The Boss (roller coaster), a wooden roller coaster at Six Flags St ... Louis Shield boss, the domed metal centre to a shield A series of modified Ford engines used for NASCAR racing, including Ford Boss 302 engine Boss 351 Boss 429 "Boss of The Plains", nickname of the Stetson ...
Royal Rumble (1992) - Results - Royal Rumble Entrances and Eliminations
11 Hercules 09 ... !9 The Texas Tornado 08 !8 Flair 10 ... Repo Man 06 !6 Big Boss Man 11 ... Greg Valentine 05 !5 Repo Man 12 ... Nikolai Volkoff 04 !4 Repo Man 13 ... Big ...

Famous quotes containing the words man, big and/or boss:

    Man differs more from Man, than Man from Beast.
    John Wilmot, 2d Earl Of Rochester (1647–1680)

    Poor Faulkner. Does he really think big emotions come from big words? He thinks I don’t know the ten-dollar words. I know them all right. But there are older and simpler and better words, and those are the ones I use.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)

    When the boss isn’t strict, the workers aren’t busy.
    Chinese proverb.