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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2007) Al Poling Ring name(s) 911[1] Al McGill Al the Sledgehammer[1] Big Al[1] Tombstone[1] Billed height 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)[1] Billed weight 300 lb (140 kg)[1] Born November 27[1] New York City, New York[1] Resides Jackson, New Jersey Trained by Larry Sharpe[1] Debut 1994[1] Al Poling[1] is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, 911.[1] Contents 1 Professional wrestling career 2 In wrestling 3 Championships and accomplishments 4 References 5 External links Professional wrestling career He achieved his greatest national exposure in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in the mid-1990s. He debuted in ECW as a "handler" to Sabu.[1] Later his gimmick was as an enforcer of the "extreme" attitude, and he was named 911 and joined Paul Heyman's Dangerous Alliance stable with Sabu and Tazmaniac.[1] Whenever something happened at an ECW event that the fans found to be not extreme (examples include the appearance of Santa Claus and the bWo doing a lengthy impression of the rock group KISS), 911 would run out and chokeslam the offenders. In ECW, 911 was known for chokeslamming Bill Alfonso during the near-end of the ECW World Tag Team Championship match between the Pitbulls and the champions Raven and Stevie Richards after Alfonso "allowed" the chokeslam in favor of Big Dick Dudley against Tommy Dreamer. Poling briefly wrestled in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as Big Al and Tombstone. In 1994, Poling won the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Rookie of the Year award. In 1998, Poling returned to ECW at UltraClash in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as 911, chokeslamming Bill Wiles. Poling was then accompanied by manager Judge Jeff Jones, who proclaimed Poling to be the true giant of professional wrestling. They were then interrupted by Spike Dudley and had an impromptu match, which Poling lost in under a minute. Throughout the late 1990s, 911 appeared with the New Jersey based Jersey All Pro Wrestling promotion, winning the JAPW Heavyweight Championship on two occasions. He was last seen at Hardcore Homecoming in 2005, where he chokeslammed both Danny Doring and Roadkill.[1] He wrestled at New York Wrestling League in 2008. 911 returned to wrestling in September 2009 working for Full Impact Pro. In wrestling Finishing moves Chokeslam[1] Signature moves Choke[1] Feint leg drop transitioned into a high impact elbow drop Kick[1] Punch[1] Scoop slam Shove[1] Managers Bill Alfonso Paul E. Dangerously[1] Tammy Lynn Sytch[1] Wrestlers managed Sabu[1] Championships and accomplishments All American Wrestling Alliance AAWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time) Jersey All Pro Wrestling JAPW Heavyweight Championship (2 times) New Jack City Wrestling Heavyweight Championship (2 times) NWA New Jersey NWA New Jersey Heavyweight Championship (2 times) NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship (New Jersey version) (1 time) Pro Wrestling Illustrated Rookie of the Year (1994) References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "911's OWOW profile". Online World of Wrestling. http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/a/911.html. Retrieved 2009-11-14.  911 at Accelerator3359.com 911 at Bodyslamming.com 911 at Cagematch.net 911 at Online World of Wrestling The NWA World Light Heavyweight Title at Wrestling-Titles.com External links Professional wrestling portal 911 at the Internet Movie Database Persondata Name Poling, Al Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth New York City, New York Date of death Place of death