Everything You Should Know About WWE Superstar Randy Colley AKA Moondog Rex Who Passed Away at 69 – Unknown Facts, Career, Net Worth, Relationships, Family Details Revealed!,


Randy Colley popularly known as Moondog Rex is the WWE world passed away at the age of 69 on the 14th of December 2019. Randy Colley joined the World Wrestling Federation (now known as WWE) in 1981 and gained fame with his WWF Tag Team championship alongside Moondog King. He was part of the tag team called Moondog.

Ringnames of Randy Colley AKA Moondog Rex

Colley was popularly known by the following names during his professional wrestling career:-
Moondog Hawkins
Moondog Rex
The Nightmare
Detroit Demolition
Deadeye Dick
Randy the Mountaineer

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Rex Debut

Randy made his Demolition debut with ‘Smash’ in January 1987.

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Rex Birthplace

Randy Colley was born in Alexander City in the State of Alabama, United Status.

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Date of Birth

Randy Colley’s date of birth is the 2nd of May 1950.

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Height and Weight.

Randy Colley’s height is 6 feet and 4 inches. Randy weighs around 290 lbs or 132 kilograms.

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Rex Career

Randy’s major career achievements were between 1981-1987 in the WWF. He had a WWF Title shot against Hulk Hogan in 1984 which was one his major career achievements. He made is debut as the ‘Original Demolition Smash’ in 1987 and was replaced by Barry Darsow. Colley was then a part of ‘The Shadows’ alongside Jose Luis Rivera.

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Rex Net Worth

Randy Colley’s net worth is estimated around $1.5 million dollars.

Randy Colley AKA Moondog Family and Relationships

Randy Colley was married to Melanie Auster in July 1997.

Randy Colley was previously married to Nancy March between 1976 to 1990 and they had four children.

Unknown Facts About Randy Colley AKA Moondog

  • Randy Colley was the witness against Vince McMahon during his steroid distribution trial in 1994.
  • Randy Colley was pitted against Wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan for the WWF champion title in 1984.
  • Randy Colley won the Tag Team championship once.



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