|Ring Names|| "Precious" Paul Ellering|
Mr. Dot Com
The Body Doc
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Born||August 22 1953|
|Resides||Grey Eagle, Minnesota|
|Billed||Chicago, Illinois (WWF)|
|Trained by||Verne Gagne|
|MAGAZINE COVERS||EVENT HISTORY||TOYS||IMAGES|
Success with the Road Warriors
Ellering is best known for managing the The Road Warriors, also known as the Legion of Doom from 1983 until 1997 during their stints in the American Wrestling Association, the National Wrestling Alliance, New Japan Pro Wrestling, and the World Wrestling Federation in 1992. In the early 80s Ellering formed a wrestling stable in Georgia Championship Wrestling named after The Legion of Doom comics of the Saturday morning cartoon Super Friends. Though the other wrestlers faded off as he focused his attentions exclusively on the dominating Warriors Ellering continued to refer to himself and his team by the Legion moniker, especially while in the WWE where "The Road Warriors" name was not recognised. Throughout 1998 he managed the Disciples of Apocalypse, who were then feuding with the Legion of Doom; according to Ellering and Animal on the Road Warriors DVD, Ellering had a hard time working with another team against Hawk and Animal, and had difficulty ripping on his former team on the microphone.
Although primarily a manager, Ellering has stepped between the ropes as a competitor, notably at the 1987 NWA Great American Bash in which he joined the Road Warriors, Nikita Koloff, and Dusty Rhodes to face The Four Horsemen and their manager James J. Dillon in the first ever War Games. Ellering would also face Teddy Long in a 'Hair vs. Hair' match at the WCW Capitol Combat event in 1990.
- Wrestlers managed
Championships and accomplishments
- IWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Terry Latham