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Ronald Harris (October 23, 1961) is an American Professional wrestler who is best known for his time in the World Wrestling Federation under his ring name 8-ball. He has a twin brother Don Harris who formed a tag team in WWF in 1995 called The Blu Brothers

Early life

Ron Harris was born in Florida. In the 1980s, worked as a police officer in West Palm Beach, Florida until moving to Tennessee to form a tag team with his brother.

Professional wrestling career

Early career (1988-1992)

Harris debuted in the Continental Wrestling Association in 1988 as The Bruise Brothers along with Don, where they became two-time World Tag Team Champions. When the CWA became the United States Wrestling Association in 1989, the Bruise Brothers remained in the promotion. Don and Ron won five more Tag Team Championships, with Don winning two additional USWA World Tag Team Championships with Brian Lee and Ron winning an additional USWA World Tag Team Championship with Jimmy Harris (no relation) as "Beauty and The Beast". The Harris Brothers made a final appearance with the USWA in 1996 as "The Grimm Brothers".

In 1991, the Bruise Brothers debuted in the Oregon-based National Wrestling Alliance Pacific Northwest promotion, where they became six-time Tag Team Champions. Don Harris was also part of the last match in that promotion's television show, defeating Jon Rambo

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

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