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The Full Blooded Italians

The Full Blooded Italians

Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke celebrate a victory in Philadelphia’s ECW Arena.

Stable

Members
See below

Name(s)
The Full Blooded Italians
The F.B.I.

Former
member(s)
Salvatore Bellomo
Tommy Rich
Davey Piezono
Mabel
J.T. Smith
Big Guido
Ulf Herman
One Man Gang
Chuck Palumbo
Johnny Stamboli
Vito
Trinity
Nunzio
Tracy Smothers

Debut
1996

Promotions
ECW
WWE
NWE
JAPW
TNA
HoH

The Full Blooded Italians (or F.B.I.) are a professional wrestling stable and tag team that wrestled for Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in the late 1990s and for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) during the mid-2000s.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Extreme Championship Wrestling
1.2 World Wrestling Entertainment

1.2.1 SmackDown!
1.2.2 ECW

1.3 Independent circuit
1.4 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

2 Incarnations
3 In wrestling
4 Championships and accomplishments
5 See also
6 References

History[edit]
Extreme Championship Wrestling[edit]
The original Full Blooded Italians began in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in 1996 as a comedy stable that placed African American wrestler J.T. Smith with Italian wrestler “Big” Val Puccio, eventually adding two wrestlers from the Southern United States, Tracy Smothers and Tommy Rich, and one more Italian, Little Guido.[1] Guido has been involved in every ECW and/or WWE incarnation of the F.B.I.[2] The running gag of the group was that most of the wrestlers were obviously not of Italian descent, but they often claimed to be and acted in stereotypical Italian American ways, including none-too-subtle Mafia references, constant hand gestures, and praising famous Italian figures such as Frank Sinatra and Rocky Balboa. During their ECW run, the crowd would regularly chant “Where’s my pizza?” at the group. The group would routinely come out to a techno remix of “Stayin’ Alive” and challenge their opponents to dance-offs.
The group imploded when Smothers and Rich departed the company, leaving Sal E. Graziano to manage Little Guido on his own. The group became less of a comedy act and more of a serious tandem until Tony Mamaluke was added to the duo in early 2000. Together, managed by Graziano, the group feuded with Mikey Whipwreck and Yoshihiro Tajiri, a team led by The Sinister Minister, over the ECW World Tag Team Championship. The group vied for number one contendership of the title in the company’s dying months.
World Wrestling Entertainment[edit]
SmackDown![edit]
After a beating at the hands of R