James Williams is a retired American professional wrestler. (DQ) Jimmy Garvin: GWF Heavyweight Championship: WCW SuperBrawl IV Feb 20th 1994: Johnny B. Badd: def. (1986-1987), Feuds with The Midnight Express, Ric Flair, and Kevin Sullivan (1987-1988), GWF North American Heavyweight Championship, NWA Tri-State - Mid-South Wrestling Association, Mid-South Louisiana Heavyweight Championship. He is best known by his ring name "Gorgeous" Jimmy "Jam" Garvin and as a member of the legendary Fabulous Freebirds. Before the promotion folded, Garvin was scheduled to feud with Chris Adams over the GWF North American Heavyweight Championship. In February 1991, they added two managers, Big Daddy Dink & Diamond Dallas Page. Steve Regal (born August 25, 1951) is an American retired professional wrestler. Precious & Jimmy Garvin - Autographed Photo All Merchandise is owned by this wrestler, promotion or media organization All t-shirts unless otherwise noted are 100% preshrunk cotton Born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Regal started wrestling in 1977 and later achieved his biggest success in the American Wrestling Association (AWA) during the mid-1980s. The following is a collection of images featuring Jimmy Garvin. He is best known by his ring name “Gorgeous” Jimmy “Jam” Garvin and as a member of the legendary Fabulous Freebirds. You can help Pro Wrestling Wiki by expanding it. His final match was a loss the following day to Tito Santana and Pedro Morales at Wrestling Challenge, after which he left the promotion.[7]. Garvin and Adams would revive their feud ten years later in the Global Wrestling Federation, but the promotion went out of business before that angle got off the ground. In 1986, he joined Jim Crockett Promotions and made his debut on May 17 at a house show in Baltimore, MD where he fought Denny Brown to a draw for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship. During this time, the couples competed in mixed tag-team matches. Jonathan Anthony Wisniski (born September 20, 1951) is an American Garvin spoke on a number of subjects, including the often contentious relationship between Sunshine, Precious and Missy Hyatt, as well as his own experiences as a manager. They were victorious over Sullivan's team but the feud between Jimmy and Sullivan was not quite yet over. For the English wrestler formerly known as Steve Regal, see, NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship, NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship, NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship, World Wrestling Association (Indianapolis), https://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=3968&page=4, "N.W.A. Rotunda pinned Jimmy to retain the title. Through June and July Regal continued to face Brown for the title on the Great American Bash house show summer tour; on the final night of the series he defeated Brown to win the NWA Junior Heavyweight Championship in front of 12,000 at the Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta, GA on August 2. [5] During his title defenses, Garvin often became distracted by Precious and flaunted his good looks to impress her. He defeated Jerry Allen on October 22 in Richfield, OH and won a dark match at a WWF Superstars taping on October 28; these would be his last wins. He is 67 years old and is a Libra. James Williams (born September 25, 1952) is an American retired professional wrestler, better known by his ring name "Gorgeous" Jimmy "Jam" Garvin. In September 1988, Garvin left to sell a broken leg that he had gotten from Sullivan and Mike Rotunda. In 1987, Jimmy's "brother" Ron (Jimmy's real-life stepfather), was in a feud with Jim Cornette and his stable. Adams and Stella Mae continued to compete in mixed tag team matches against Garvin and Precious until they defeated them in a "Loser Leaves Town" cage match in July 1984. He sent her gifts and this provided a dramatic buildup for a big cage match between Flair and Jimmy during the 1987 Great American Bash stop in Greensboro, North Carolina for Flair's NWA World Title. He soon took the name "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin and was given two "brothers", Terry and Ron Garvin, whom he briefly managed.