Conrad Efraim, known as S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones to wrestling fans in the Northeast in the '70s and '80s, died yesterday at 63 after suffering a stroke, according to pwinsider.com. I grew up watching Jones, who was one of the top WWWF and WWF enhancement performers (or preliminary wrestlers, as they were called back in the day). Despite a less than sterling win-loss record, Jones was popular because he got in a lot of offense against the top heels and he projected a happy-go-lucky personality.
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