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World Wrestling Federation (1993–1995)
Extreme Championship Wrestling (2000–2001)
After leaving the WWF, DeVito joined Extreme Championship Wrestling as a part of a stable called "Da Baldies" with Angel, Vito "The Skull" Lograsso, P.N. News, Vic Grimes and Redd Dogg. The most notable feud for "Da Baldies" was against New Jack. After ECW declared bankruptcy in April 2001, DeVito began wrestling on the independent circuit, most prominently for Ring of Honor.
Ring of Honor (2002–2005)
On April 27, 2002, DeVito formed a tag team with his long time friend Loc known as "The Carnage Crew". The Carnage Crew was later expanded to include Masada, and then again to include Justin Credible. Credible left ROH in 2004, while Masada turned heel by betraying DeVito and Loc on May 22, 2004.
DeVito and Loc feuded with Special K, then with Dan Maff and B.J. Whitmer. After Maff left ROH, they began feuding with Whitmer and his new partner, Jimmy Jacobs. The Carnage Crew defeated Whitmer and Jacobs for the ROH Tag Team Championship on July 9, 2005, but lost it back to Whitmer and Jacobs on July 23.
World Wrestling Entertainment (2006)
On June 20, DeVito appeared on ECW on Sci Fi as Macho Libre, a reference to Nacho Libre starring Jack Black. DeVito cut a promo imitating "Macho Man" Randy Savage and was then interrupted by The Sandman, who made quick work of the overweight luchadore to get the pinfall.
On July 4, DeVito appeared again on ECW on Sci Fi as a fan imitating a preacher telling the other fans in attendance and at home that if you watched ECW, you were a sinner and are going to hell. After cutting the promo, he revealed he was in fact not a priest but just used the gimmick to get his word out. The Sandman came out and attacked him again, leading him to run away into the crowd.
Defiant Pro Wrestling (2006–present)
After his cameos on the ECW brand, DeVito joined Defiant Pro Wrestling and has praticipated in several number one contenders matches for the DPW Heavyweight Championship as well teaming with Slyck Wagner Brown in a losing effort for the DPW Tag Team Championship.
- Finishing moves
- Bronx Bomb (Sitout side slam spinebuster)
- Signature moves
- With HC Loc
- Finishing tag team moves
- Carnage Driver (Spike piledriver)
- Signature tag team moves
- Carnage–Plex (Belly to back suplex by DeVito into a swinging neckbreaker by Loc)
- Sitout crucifix powerbomb / Neckbreaker combination
Championships and accomplishments
- ACW Great American Championship (1 time)
- CCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- ESW Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- NBW Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Big Guido
- NBW Television Championship (1 time)
- NBW United States Championship (1 time)
- NEW Television Championship (1 time)