Honky Tonk Man

Honky Tonk Man may refer to:

  • The Honky Tonk Man, ring name of professional wrestler Roy Wayne Farris
  • Honkytonk Man, 1982 American film starring Clint Eastwood
  • Honky Tonk Man (album), 1975 album by country singer Steve Young
  • "Honky Tonk Man" (song), 1956 country song by Johnny Horton

Other articles related to "man, honky tonk man":

Cyber Sunday (2008) - Event
... In the end, Miz, who was not the legal man in the ring, kicked Shad's knee behind the referee's back and Morrison delivered the Moonlight Drive to Shad for the pinfall ... The fourth match was between Santino Marella and The Honky Tonk Man for the Intercontinental Championship ... Honky Tonk Man was voted as Marella's challenger by the fans over Roddy Piper and Goldust ...
Road Dogg - Professional Wrestling Career - Return To The WWF (1996–2001) - The New Age Outlaws
... wrestler until beginning a feud with The Honky Tonk Man ... After denying Honky Tonk Man's offer at becoming his manager by attacking him with his own guitar, James also began feuding with Honky Tonk Man's protégé Rockabilly. 1997 led Rockabilly to accept James' offer after subsequently attacking Honky Tonk Man with his own guitar to cement their alliance ...
Monty Sopp - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (1993–2004) - The New Age Outlaws and D-Generation X (1997–1998)
... Rockabilly, and became the protégé of The Honky Tonk Man ... Gunn agreed and smashed a guitar over the Honky Tonk Man's head to solidify their new alliance ... a heel tag team, Gunn turning on the Honky Tonk Man actually got a cheer from the live crowd ...
Editions - 1987 Slammy Awards
... Frankie Damian Matilda Woman of the Year The Honky Tonk Man and Jimmy Hart Miss Elizabeth Sherri Martel The Fabulous Moolah Dolly Parton Yoko Ono Best ... Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth Jim Duggan Junkyard Dog One Man Gang Jimmy Hart George Steele Song of the Year Jesse Ventura and Gene Okerlund No winner (envelope eaten by Sika) Vince McMahon (performed "Stand ... Ware The Honky Tonk Man Jimmy Hart (performed "Girls in Cars") Best Group N/A One Man Gang Humanitarian of the Year N/A Ted DiBiase Best Head N/A Gene Okerlund and Bam Bam Bigelow ...

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