Managers

Strangler Lewis

His name is almost synonymous with the sport of Professional Wrestling. He is one of the early superstars who helped to build the sport and he began a legacy which is looked upon fondly today. Take a look at the career of the great Ed Lewis.

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Freddie Blassie

Perhaps the most hated villain of all time, Classy Freddie Blassie made being a heel an art-form. Look at the man who ridiculed wrestling fans as “pencil-necked geeks” and won championships across the country.

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Sherry Martel

She has served as a wrestler, a manager and a valet and has been one of the most well known women in the sport of Professional Wrestling over the last 20 years.

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Bobby Heenan

Bobby Heenan

When you think of great wrestling managers, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan has to be one of the first wrestling mentors that comes to mind. His unique ability to infuriate, and at the same time, thoroughly entertain the audience made him one of the most hated men in the history of the AWA, the NWA and the WWF — and as a result, also one of the most successful. Whether managing any of his various World champions, World Tag Team Champions, or any number of regional and secondary champions, Heenan was always at the top of whatever promotion he worked for — constantly at the center of controversy, stirring up trouble.

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Grand Wizard

He was one of the most colorful wrestling managers in history, taking on not one but two different highly successful characters and representing some of the most accomplished professional wrestlers in the business.

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Lou Albano

He started out as a tough, wrestling performer, moved on to a role as a successful rule-breaking manager and finally became a fan favorite.

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