Jason Arhndt is an American retired professional wrestler. He is best known for his appearances with WWE under the ring name Joey Abs as part of the Mean Street Posse. Arhndt began his career as a member of Matt and Jeff Hardy's Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts (OMEGA) in Cameron, North Carolina. Arhndt also made some appearances as enhancement talent using his real name on WWE Monday Night Raw in 1994 and 1995. In 1996, he became the first victim to receive the Stunner from Stone Cold Steve Austin on an episode of Superstars. Later that year, teaming with Eddie Jackie, they scored an upset win against Steve Austin, pinning him after he was clotheslined by Davey Boy Smith. On August 2, 1997, he was defeated by Jeff Hardy to crown the first OMEGA New Frontiers Champion. WWE (1999-2001) In early 1999, he joined WWE as Joey Abs. He made his WWE debut on the June 21, 1999 episode of Raw is War. He was a part of the Mean Street Posse, a heel stable, with Pete Gas and Rodney, clad in sweater vests, loafers, and dress pants. Although Gas and Rodney were childhood friends of Shane McMahon, Abs had a legitimate wrestling background.They started off as a group from Greenwich, Connecticut of about ten people in early 1999, but then as the year went on the stable whittled its way down to three members. The group was closely allied with McMahon, often helping him defend the WWE European Championship throughout early 1999. At WrestleMania 2000, each member won the WWE Hardcore Championship for a short while. All three Posse members were briefly signed to the WWE developmental territory of Memphis Championship Wrestling (MCW). In MCW in June 2000, Abs won the MCW Southern Heavyweight Championship from Lord Steven Regal. He, however, lost the title to K-Krush on August 19. Abs was released from the WWE in early 2001 and retired in the same year.