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Barry Horowitz was born on March 24, 1960 and is an American professional wrestler, best known for his stint putting others over in the World Wrestling Federation.
After wrestling in Memphis as "Stretcher" Jack Hart, Horowitz joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1987. He spent two years in the WWF before suffering a neck injury which left him sidelinded for ten months. After he had recuperated, Horowitz traveled to Texas, where he worked for the newly-formed Global Wrestling Federation. Competing in the light-heavyweight division, Horowitz (billed as Barry "The Winner" Horowitz) won the GWF Light Heavyweight Championship on two occasions within the space of a month in 1992, defeating Jerry Lynn on February 7 and Ben Jordan on February 28 in Dallas, Texas. He remained in the GWF for two years until it declared bankruptcy. Horowitz also wrestled as a jobber in early 1992 for Smoky Mountain Wrestling.
Horowitz competed under a wrestling mask at WWF's 1993 Survivor Series as "The Red Knight", teaming with Shawn Michaels and the Black and Blue Knights to lose to Bret, Owen, Keith, and Bruce Hart. In 1995 he joined the WWF on a regular basis, and was given the gimmick of a career jobber who never won matches. Wearing suspenders, and a vest with an outline of a handprint on the back in the ring, and patting himself on the back as a self-congratulatory measure, Horowitz kayfabe shocked play-by-play commentator Jim Ross by pinning Bodydonna Skip in 1995, provoking Ross to shout "Horowitz wins!" into his microphone in disbelief. Horowitz faced the vengeful Skip in a match at SummerSlam 1995, which he also won. Following his victory, Horowitz formed a tag team with the newly turned face Hakushi (who he also beat in a match that no one expected him to win), who he attempted to Americanize. His short-lived, new-found success also earned him a spot in the 1996 Royal Rumble match, at the number 25 position, where he was eliminated by Owen Hart. During this time WWE played up Barry's Jewish heritage, including giving him as an entrance theme a rock version of the Jewish folk Song "Hava Nagila"
Horowitz's contract was not renewed by the WWF in 1997, and he joined World Championship Wrestling in 1998, signing a two year contract. Horowitz wrestled primarily on WCW Saturday Night before leaving WCW in 2000 and returning to the independent circuit. As of June 2005, he was working as a nutritionist in Florida while occasionally wrestling for local independent promotions. On October 22, 2008 Barry Horowitz was featured on Where are they now? on WWE.com.
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