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Wrestler: Demolition Ax
Real Name: Bill Eadie
Birthday: December 27, 1947
Hometown: Originally Brownsville, PA
Moved to Georgia
Marital Status:
Height & Weight: 6'3" - 291 lbs
Trained by: Geeto Mongol (Tony Newberry)
Debut: 1973
Previous Gimmicks: Bolo Mongol
Masked Superstar
Super Machine (WWF)
Axe (WWF)
Axis The Demolisher (Indys)
Demilition Ax (Indys)
Finishing Move: Decapitation Elbow
Favorite Moves: Double Ax Hammer

Masked Superstar
Notable Feuds:

Gene Anderson
Jimmy Snuka
Ray Stevens
Andre The Giant (WWWF)

Notable Feuds:

Powers of Pain
Strike Force

  • Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Steve O. (August 12, 1981);
  • National Heavyweight title defeating Tommy Rich (August 29, 1981);
  • Georgia Heavyweight title ();
  • Georgia Heavyweight title ();
  • Georgia Heavyweight title ();
  • WWF Tag Team titles w/Smash defeating Strike Force (March 27, 1988 at Wrestlemania 4);
  • WWF Tag Team titles w/Smash defeating Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard (October 2, 1989 on SNME);
  • WWF Tag Team titles w/Smash defeating Andre The Giant & Haku (April 1, 1990 at Wrestlemania 6);

  • In The Beginning
  • Bill Eadie attended West Virginia University on a football and track scholarship..
  • ~~~He only played football his sophomore year at WVU, choosing instead to concentrate on track..
  • 1974: Bill Eadie debuted as "Bolo Mongol" of the Mongols along with his trainer Geeto Mongol in the Pittsburgh territory..

    The Georgia Territory
  • 1970s: Bill Eadie ended up in the old Georgia territory under his most famous persona of the Masked Superstar..
  • August 12, 1981: Masked Superstar defeated Steve O. for the (Georgia) National Heavyweight title..
  • August 29, 1981: Bill Eadie unified the Georgia title with the National Heavyweight title, when he defeated Tommy Rich..

    World Wrestling Federation - The Masked Superstar
  • 1985: Bill Eadie headed up north to the World Wrestling Federation using the Masked Superstar gimmick..

    World Wrestling Federation - The Machines
  • Bill Eadie appeared under a mask as "Super Machine" in the group known as The Machines, along with Giant & Big Machine..

    World Wrestling Federation - Demolition
  • Bill Eadie and a man named Randy Culley created the Demolition tag team gimmick, Ax (Bill Eadie) and Smash (Randy Culley)..
  • ~~~After a few matches, Randy Culley left the WWF due to a contract dispute, and Barry Darsow replaced him as Smash!
  • Demolition, Ax & Smash, were paired with manager, Mr. Fuji but were initially seen as a cheap Road Warrior knock off..
  • Wrestlemania IV: Demolition defeated Strike Force (Tito Santana & Rick Martel) to win the WWF Tag Team Titles..
  • Demolition feuded with teams like The Bulldogs, and The Harts but their toughest test came when the Powers of Pain appeared..
  • July 29, 1989 - Saturday Night's Main Event: The Brain Busters defeated Demolition to win the WWF Tag Team titles..
  • Demolition defeated The Brain Busters three months later to recapture the WWF Tag team Titles..
  • December 13, 1989: The Collosal Connection (Andre & Haku) defeated Demolition to capture the WWF Tag Team titles!
  • Wrestlemania VI: Demilition defeated The Collosal Connection to recapture the WWF Tag Team titles..
  • Demolition began to take on a new attitude and added a third member, Crush, played by Brian Adams..
  • ~~~This was actually due to health problems Eadie was suffering from so he could take a less-active roll in the team..
  • The Road Warriors finally entered the WWF and feuded with Demolition..
  • The Road Warriors & Ultimate Warrior faced the Demolition trio on numerous house shows..
  • Ax developed some back problems and eventually took a managers roll while Smash & Crush defended the titles..
  • SummerSlam 1990: The Hart Foundation defeated Demolition (Smash & Crush) for the WWF Tag Team Titles..
  • Bill Eadie left the WWF, and filed a lawsuit with Randy Culley, claiming that they owned the Demolition name, and gimmick..

  • Bill Eadie opened up his own training facility in Georgia..
  • Bill Eadie was on the independent scene as Axis The Demolisher.
  • The lawsuit against the WWF finally came to a close in 2000, in which it was ruled that the WWF owned all rights..
  • ~~~Eadie still competes under the gimmick today, he received no money from the WWF, and was told to shut down his website..
  • Bill Eadie tried to sell one of his WWF tag team titles for $12,000..
  • Bill Eadie is a former school teacher..
  • December 13, 2003--NWA Bluegrass: Jimmy Valiant defeated The Masked Superstar..
  • May 14, 2004--NACW TV Taping: Tim Horner defeated The Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie)..
  • July 24, 2004--National All-Star Wrestling: George South Sr & Jimmy Valiant b The Masked Superstar & The Assassin (Bruiser Graham)..
  • October 2, 2004--Exodus Wrestling Alliance: Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie) defeated George South Sr..
  • October 30, 2004--U of Virginia Children's Medical Center Benefit Show: Bugsy McGraw beat Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie)..
  • November 6, 2004--Carolina Championship Wrestling: The Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie) beat Mr. #1 George South..
  • January 18, 2005--Southern Championship Wrestling: Honky Tonk Man defeated Demolition Ax..
  • January 29, 2005 - WrestleReunion: The Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie) defeated The Grappler..
  • February 19, 2005--Exodus Wrestling: The Masked Superstar defeated The Barbarian..
  • February 26, 2005--ACPW: The Stro defeated Demolition Ax (Bill Eadie)...
  • March 18, 2005--UCW: Demolition Ax & The Barbarian beat Buff Bagwell & The Shooter in a hardcore rules match..
  • March 26, 2005--Southern Wrestling Alliance: Tracy Smothers defeated Demolition Ax..
  • April 9, 2005--Carolina Championship Wrestling: Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie) defeated George South Jr..
  • April 15, 2005--Superstars Of Wrestling: Demolition Ax defeated Bunkhouse Buck..
  • August 2005: Bill Eadie was named to the Board of Directors for Dave Nelson's upstart WWWA promotion..
  • ~~~WWWA is promising a major Cable TV deal, monthly pay per views, all with a family-friendly orientation..
  • August 27, 2005--WrestleReunion: There was a huge eight man tag team match futuring some of the past & present wrestlers..
  • ~~~Dusty Rhodes/Blue Meanie/Tom Prichard/DLo Brown defeated Steve Corino/Andrew Martin/Evil Clown/Masked Superstar..
  • October 4, 2005--Exodus Wrestling Alliance: The Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie) defeated Jason Jones..
  • November 19, 2005--CCW Tribute to Starrcade: The Masked Superstar defeated The Barbarian w/Jimmy Hart..
  • February 18, 2006--New Generation Wrestling: The Masked Superstar defeated Psycho Simpson..
  • February 26, 2006--EWA: The Masked Superstar defeated George South Jr. ..
  • March 4, 2006--Southern Championship Wrestling: Ricky Morton defeated Demolition Ax by Disqualification..
  • April 29, 2006--TNT Pro Wrestling: Buff Bagwell & The Patriot (Tommy Gunn) defeated The Barbian & Demolition Ax....
  • May 4, 2006--Carolina Classic Wrestling: Demolition Ax defeated Jay Eagle by DQ...
  • May 5, 2006--Birchfield Promotions: Masked Superstar defeated George South Sr. with Jimmy Valiant as referee...
  • May 6, 2006--NCWA: Ricky Morton defeated Demolition Ax...
  • May 13, 2006-NWA Virginia (Martinsville, Virginia): The Masked Superstars defeated Doink & Stan Lee in a Tag match..
  • ~~~This was the Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie) teaming with Preston Quinn (Brandon Bailey) as the Masked Superstar II..
  • May 18, 2006--All Out Mayhem: Demolition Ax defeated King Kong Bundy ....
  • May 19, 2006--World of Hurt Wrestling: Scott Campeone defeated Demolition Ax by DQ..
  • May 26, 2006--Pro Wrestling Legends: Demolition Ax defeated Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake...
  • June 10, 2006--Southern Championship Wrestling: Demolition Ax defeated Larry Zbyszko...
  • June 17, 2006--Carolina Classic Wrestling: The Masked Superstar defeated George South Sr...
  • July 7, 2006--Alabama Wrestling Federation: Doink & The Commandos beat Demolition Ax & Chad Cheetum & Tony Sweatt..
  • July 22, 2006--Revolutionary Championship Wrestling: Demolition Axe & Tank Runyon beat Judas Thorn & Ricochet
  • August 4, 2006--CWA: The Masked Superstar defeated George South Jr. .....
  • October 7, 2006--WCWA: Ricky Morton & Demolition Ax defeated Demolition 6000....
  • November 10, 2006--Far North Wrestling: The Gentlemans Club defeated Demolition Ax & Nitro..
  • November 20, 2006--Exodus Wrestling: George South Sr. beat The Masked Superstar in a Cage match to win the EWA Title
  • November 25, 2006--AWA World-1 Pro-Wrestling: Demolition Axe defeated Glacier (Ray Lloyd)..
  • December 8, 2006--Great Lakes Championship Wrestling: Demolition Ax defeated Derek St. Holmes in Milwaukee..
  • December 9, 2006--Great Lakes Championship Wrestling: Demolition Ax defeated Dysfunction in Grafton, Wisconsin..
  • January 14, 2007--AWA World 1 South: Demolition Ax & Scott Davis beat Glacier & Ricky Landell w/Big Bank Barfield
  • February 3, 2007--Alternative Championship Wrestling: The Barbarian & Masked Superstar beat Bam & Jack Spade
  • February 10, 2007--CIW: Demolition Ax & The Mauler defeated Pat Tanaka & Azure in Adrian, Michigan ..

    John Proulx wrote: Eadie's first WWF appearances were not as one of the machines. In fact, he did appear in WWF in the early '80s as the Masked Superstar. One of my earliest memories of the WWF is of the Masked Superstar taking on Eddie Gilbert (at the time, Gilbert was either teaming with Curt Hennig, which would make it sometime around 1981-82) and putting a clawhold on Gilbert's head. I remember Gilbert bleeding, and the WWF put a big red "X" over the screen to protect us youngsters from the horrible sight. This was, to my knowledge, Gilbert's last appearance in the WWF..

    Dave Barton wrote (In Response to John Proulx's comments): This is incorrect. As the Superstar, he did face a young Eddie Gilbert in the WWF around 1982-1983, but the angle is all wrong. It was Blackjack Mulligan who would use the Claw, drawing blood on his opponents, requiring the large red "X" on the screen. Superstar delivered his WWF finisher, the neckbreaker, to Gilbert on the concrete floor "breaking Eddie Gilbert's neck", as a means of sending a message to WWF Champ Bob Backlund (as Backlund was Gilbert's "mentor" at that time). Superstar was pencilled in to defeat Backlund for the WWF Title, but a number of circumstances changed the plan, leading to Iron Sheik winning the belt instead. Either way, the plan was to have an interim champion just to put the belt on Hulk Hogan.