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Wrestler Eddie Graham

 

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The Eddie Graham Biography

Edward Gossett was born January 15th 1930 in Chattanooga, Tennessee and died January 21st 1985.  Eddie Graham was a professional wrestler, promoter and booker best known in the WCW (NWA) and the WWF (CWC).

Eddie Graham is a 4 time NWA United States Tag Team Champion with Jerry Graham, 2 time NWA Southern Tag Team Championship with Roy Welch, 1 time NWA World Tag Team Champion with Sam Steamboat, 1 time NWA Texas Tag Team Champion with Johnny Valentine, 3 time NWA Southwest Tag Team Champion with Art Nelson, NWA Hall of Famer since 2006 and WWE Hall of Famer since 2008.

In his wrestling career, he feuded with top wrestlers such as Pepper Gomez, Fabulous Kangaroos, the Bastien Brothers, Mark Lewin, Don Curtis, Antonino Rocca, Miguel Pérez, Red and Lou Bastien, Professor Boris Malenko, Mike Graham, Killer Khan, Mr. Hito and Kazuo Sakurada till retiring.


Eddie Graham Biography


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Did you know?

  • Eddie Graham was trained by Cowboy Luttrell
  • He fought under ring names such as Eddie Gossett, Roy Rogers and Eddie Graham
  • Eddie Graham is the father of wrestler Mike Graham
  • Eddie Gram is brothers with Nature Boy Buddy Rogers
  • Eddie was President of the NWA for 2 years in the late 70s but stepped down due to health problems
  • Eddie Graham killed himself in 1985 dealing with a alcohol problem
  • Graham had a 75 pound steel window fall on his head while in the locker room in 1968 leaving him with 300 stitches and 15 months out of commission

 


 

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