In the course of his career, Brisco wrestled for several National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) member promotions and won dozens of championships. Although, in the course of his career, he was largely overshadowed by his elder brother, former NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jack Brisco, he, along with his friend Pat Patterson, achieved a degree of fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s as the onscreen "stooge" of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.
Gerald Brisco grew up with five siblings and an absent father in Oklahoma. He followed his brother, the legendary Jack Brisco, into sport wrestling, and was eventually awarded an athletics scholarship to Oklahoma State after winning two AAU tournaments.
During the spring break of 1968, Brisco was in Missouri with Jack, and was asked to substitute for his brother's injured tag team partner despite his lack of professional training. After Brisco contracted hepatitis and injured his knee, he decided to drop out of college and become a full-time professional wrestler.
- Finishing moves
- Figure four leglock
- Signature moves
- Multiple suplex variations
- Belly to back
- Double underhook
- Sleeper hold
Championships and accomplishments
- Other honoree (1996)
- NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- NWA Florida Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- NWA Florida Tag Team Championship (8 times) - with Jack Brisco
- NWA Florida Television Championship (1 time)
- NWA United States Tag Team Championship (Florida version) (5 times) - with Jack Brisco
- NWA North American Tag Team Championship (Florida version) (2 times) - with Jack Brisco
- NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Florida version) (3 times)
- NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- NWA Georgia Tag Team Championship (5 times) - with Bob Backlund (1), Jack Brisco (2), Ole Anderson (1), and Rocky Johnson
- NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship (Northern Division) ([[NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- NWA Southeastern Heavyweight Championship (Georgia version) (1 time)
- PWI ranked him # 54 of the 100 best tag teams during the "PWI Years" with Jack Brisco in 2003.
- World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly World Wrestling Federation)