At the same time, there has been a long debate about who the worst Horseman member of all time was. Let's face it, even the greatest groups of all-time feature a weak link once in a while, and the Horsemen were not exempt from that. Over time, while some felt certain members were less deserving than others, the two that seem to top everyone's list are "Pretty" Paul Roma and Steve "Mongo" McMichael. Dubbed "The Horseshit of the Apocalpse" by many (okay, just me), Roma and Mongo have unquestionably become the worst two members of the groups history.
However, there can only be one truly worst of the worst, and with this column, I hope to answer that question once and for all. I will take a look at each wrestler in a variety of categories, covering the issues that are most important in pro wrestling, with each wrestler earning one point for every category they are not considered the worst in. The wrestler at the end with the least amount of points will be declared the official-well, at least in my book-"Worst Horseman in History". And now, let the games begin.
MONGO: Before his time with the group, McMichael had no experience. Aside from a one-off as a Lumberjack for Lawrence Taylor at Wrestlemania XI, he wrestled one match against Flair and Arn Anderson with fellow football player Kevin Greene as his partner. During the match, McMichael's then-wife Debra came out and handed him a briefcase full of money, money that the Horsemen offered him to join the group. He immediately took it and cost his team the match after cracking Greene over the head with the case.
Despite the fact that Roma was mostly a jobber prior to his induction, at least he was a wrestler. McMichael only became a wrestler after joining this group, and his total lack of experience showed throughout his career.