Road Dogg, whose real name is Brian Girard James, is an American former professional wrestler who competed in several professional wrestling promotions, including the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (WWF/E). Born in 1969 in Georgia, Road Dogg has become one of the most popular characters in the history of professional wrestling. Road Dogg began his wrestling career in the 1990s as a member of the tag team "The New Age Outlaws", alongside Billy Gunn. The tag team had great success and won several tag team titles in the WWF/E. Road Dogg was known for his eccentric personality and his skills on the microphone, capable of engaging audiences with his funny and captivating speeches.
After retiring from active wrestling, Road Dogg continued to work for WWE in various capacities, including serving as a talent writer and producer. He was also a wrestling coach in keeping athletes safe and perfecting their skills in the ring. Road Dogg is considered a legend in the world of professional wrestling and his contributions to the industry are unforgettable.