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Inferno started making a push in the cruiserweight division by the mid He began a feud with Cruiserweight Champion Dean Malenko and unsuccessfully challenged him for the title at Bash at the Beach.
At World War 3 , he participated in the three ring, 60 man battle royal with the winner receiving a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship.
Inferno was injured in early and he took some time off before returning in September. His injury was mentioned after Disco refused to lose to Jacquelyn because she was a woman.
He then feuded with Alex Wright, who began dancing before his entrance to mock Disco. The two became arch-dancing-rivals.
He lost to Jacqueline at Halloween Havoc. Disco lost to Saturn in a rematch at World War 3 before finally regaining the title from Saturn in a rematch on December 8 edition of Nitro for his second Television title.
Four weeks later, he dropped the title to Booker T. After having two reigns as Television Champion, Disco once again became a jobber and a mid-carder in the cruiserweight division.
He patched up things with former rival Alex Wright, thus turning into a villain in the process and the duo formed a tag team of dancers known as Dancing Fools.
The team was used for comedy relief and often danced before their entrance. They were also joined by fellow dancer Tokyo Magnum. At Bash at the Beach , Inferno lost a match to Konnan.
After not getting any success, Inferno and Wright split and began focusing on their singles careers again.
Inferno started a feud with Juventud Guerrera and defeated him at Halloween Havoc to become the number one contender to the Cruiserweight Championship.
He earned his title shot later that night against champion Billy Kidman but lost the match. At World War 3, he participated in the three ring, man battle royal with the winner getting a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship at Starrcade , but the battle royal was won by Kevin Nash.
Inferno became allied with, and eventually joined the nWo Wolfpac. He was joined by a new ally Tony Marinara. Disco aligned with Mamalukes and became an enforcer for the duo.
Honestly Glenn you're disrespecting those who've died. By trying to get accurate information? If you hear someone tests positive, exactly how do you interpret that?
I get you're bored I really do. What are the symptoms? It also mutates so…. Gilbertti later said that the nWo storyline and working with Hall was the highlight of his career.
Disco reunited with both former rival and tag team partner, Alex Wright as The Boogie Knights , both becoming face. At Halloween Havoc , they challenged for the World Tag Team Championship in a triangle match but ended up losing the match.
General Rection substituted for Disqo and then won the tag titles for Disqo and Wright. He ended up splitting from Wright and forming a brief partnership with Mike Sanders.
Disco's last appearance with WCW came on the March 19, second to last edition of Nitro where he spoke about his new partnership with Sanders and lost a match to Jason Jett.
Friday Afternoon". He later threw one of the fruits off the top of the steel cage before the main event. During his time with the WWA, Disco continued his humorous gimmick both in and out of the ring.
He faced Brian Christopher most nights on the tour, mostly ending in defeat. During these shows he introduced a new finishing move, the Village People's Elbow.
This was a mock of the Rock's people's elbow and involved Disco wearing a hardhat and doing the YMCA dance before dropping the elbow.
Also at these shows he joined Jeremy Borash on commentary in the second half of the shows, claiming that he was there as the crowd had not shown him respect earlier in the show.
During this show he issued an open challenge for anyone to face him, as he had no opponent to face. He sat at ringside commentating in his usual style until he was beaten down by the returning Scott Steiner.
He tried to intervene on a celebration dance off by Brian Christopher and Ernest Miller. During this tour, which included the Retribution PPV, he mostly worked on commentary and ring announcing duties.
On the July 31, , weekly TNA pay-per-view , Disco Inferno debuted his weekly talk segment entitled Jive Talkin'  after announcing that he would be hosting a talk show the previous week.
On October 18, edition of Impact! He returned later in the show, losing in a squash match to Abyss. On November 2, , Gilbertti was released from his contract with TNA, with them citing budgetary cuts as the reason.
Anderson 's Scorpion Sitdown interview segment, where he was asked by Anderson to bury Sting. He refused and got beat down by Anderson until Sting came to his aid.
Gilbertti appeared on the Thanksgiving episode of Impact Wrestling. Gilbertti had a plan to impress Scarlett Bordeaux. Gilbertti was pinned by Fallah Bahh after a Bonzai Drop.
Since Gilbertti was pinned in the match, he was forced to wear the Turkey suit. Gilbertti made his return on February 22, where he was shown backstage trying to find the management office.
On the March 1 episode, Gilbertti showed up to start his new job with management role with Impact, while Tommy Dreamer told him to find the Anthem owl.
On the March 8 episode, while searching for Don Callis ringside to discuss his Impact management role, Gilbertti had a confrontation with Scarlett Bordeaux.
A match is booked between the two. On March 15, Gilbertti beat Kikutaro as he prepared for Bordeaux. On the March 22 episode, Gilbertti was shown at a bar "preparing" for his match with Bordeaux.
On March 29, Scarlett Bordeaux beat Gilbertti in an intergender match. Later in the night, he was shown backstage being made fun of by Alisha Edwards and Kiera Hogan for losing to Bordeaux.
Gilbertti returned on the May 17 episode and spoke negatively about women's wrestling. While serving as a guest commentator for a women's battle royal, Gilbertti entered the match and won by eliminating Tessa Blanchard.
On the May 24 episode, Gilbertti held an "exhibition" with Ashley Vox. He was confronted by Blanchard after badmouthing women's wrestling. On May 31, Blanchard beat Gilbertti in an inter-gender match.
Gilbertti returned on February 25, and formed a partnership with Johnny Swinger after Willie Mack said he would no longer be a tag team with Swinger.
The following week, Gilbertti and Swinger lost to the Deaners. Gilbertti quit the team with Swinger after the match. In , Gilbertti went back to working the independent circuit in Georgia and Minnesota.
Since he has worked as a trainer for Future Stars of Wrestling in Las Vegas and sometimes appears on the company's independent shows. He defeated Mr.
The two lost to Raven and Tommy Dreamer. Gilbertti is currently one of the hosts of a podcast called Keepin it with Konnan.
He has been with the show since it debuted on Podcast One in In Vince Russo's book Rope Opera , Russo says when he was close to re-signing as head writer of the WWE creative team in mid, he requested that Gilbertti be brought in with him; according to Russo, word got around about Gilbertti's booking to the point that Vince McMahon questioned Russo's decision about bringing in Gilbertti due to legitimate concerns about Gilbertti's ideas, and referenced the "martian invasion" angle to him.
Gilbertti had a brief stint on the creative team in TNA in late to early , when Russo brought him in. Post-WCW, during interviews and columns he had written, Gilbertti had been known to be very vocal about his preference of the entertainment aspect over the athletic component of professional wrestling.
In September , Kayfabe Commentaries, who produces DVDs of wrestler interviews, released "Guest Booker with Glenn Gilbertti" where Gilbertti talked about his wrestling philosophy as well as his joke ideas such as the martian invasion, the Invisible Man, and "Bill Ding: The Evil Architect"; when asked what his favorite story or character he booked, Gilbertti said the booking of Lance Storm in WCW where Storm was pushed week after week to the point where he held three titles at the same time.
On that same Guest Booker interview, Gilbertti elaborated on his philosophy on booking professional wrestling:.
The book that has been written on wrestling is in the ego of the minds of the people that have done it before us, the ones that have booked previously and have been successful.
They think they wrote the book because they did things that proved successful. That doesn't mean that's the only thing you have to do You can call [pro wrestling] a male soap-opera, good vs evil played out on theater, but in this day and age, in the era of ratings, wrestling is a three-hour block of television that you have freedom to put whatever you want on it to get people to watch the show.
Gilbertti was not interviewed for the show.