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Slaughter retained the title by getting himself disqualified.
In early 1993, he was involved in a feud with the then near 600 pound Yokozuna, who was the number one contender to the WWF Championship. Fuji was bad mouthing America and Duggan challenged his protégé to a match.
During this time, Duggan was known by two in-ring aliases: in the United States as "Big" Jim Duggan and in Hawaii as The Convict, a masked wrestler.
After wrestling for a Birmingham, Alabama-based promotion, Duggan began wrestling in a promotion based in San Antonio, Texas where he adopted his well-known "Hacksaw" nickname.
On the February 6 edition of Superstars, Duggan won the match after knocking Yokozuna down completely, but then was manhandled by the much bigger Yokozuna after the match and fell victim to four Banzai Drops, sidelining Duggan for about four months.
Duggan eventually returned to television and started a feud with then-Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels, challenging him for the title on the May 3 edition of Monday Night Raw.
At Survivor Series, he captained a team dubbed "The 4x4's" against Savage's team, "The King's Court". He began a short feud with WWF World Heavyweight Champion Sgt.
Duggan then teamed up with Terry Taylor and won the UWF World Tag Team Championship for the second time.
The Rats also feuded with stars such as Reed, Magnum T. After Di Biase aligned himself with Skandor Akbar, Duggan refused to go along with him and became a face for the first time in his career.