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George The Animal Steele
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William James Myers (April 16, – February 16, ), better known by his ring name George "The Animal" Steele, was an American professional wrestler. George 'The Animal' Steele (–) George 'The Animal' Steele (his professional wrestling name) was born in Detroit, Michigan, USA as William James Myers. WWF Championship Wrestling George 'The Animal' Steele. 17 Feb WWE Hall of Famer George “The Animal” Steele, known for his green tongue and eating turnbuckle pads, has died, the WWE announced.
My book ANIMAL tells how Jim Myers was caged with George The Animal Steele is being very well received. The naming of the Madison Heights, Michigan. However, with his trademark green tongue, hairy torso and penchant for eating turnbuckles, George "The Animal" Steele might be the most unorthodox man to. 17 Feb William James Myers, who as his pro wrestling alter-ego George "The Animal" Steele became one of the iconic names in the sport, has died.
17 Feb Hall of Fame wrestler George “The Animal” Steele has died, according WWE. Steele, real name Jim Myers, had been battling health problems. 17 Feb George "The Animal" Steele is dead. The WWE star who appeared in Tim Burton's "Ed Wood" had died at 17 Feb George Steele, a gruff, green-tongued fighter who, as the Animal, was one of wrestling's wildest and most-hated villains, has died, World. 17 Feb Born as William James Myers and nicknamed 'The Animal,' George Steele was known for sticking out his green tongue and carrying a wild. 17 Feb Longtime pro wrestler George (The Animal) Steele, who was born in Detroit, grew up in Madison Heights and attended Michigan State, has.
17 Feb George "The Animal" Steele, a pro wrestling icon and WWE Hall of Famer, has died at WWE confirmed the news Friday. Steele turned pro in. 17 Feb Friday morning, wrestling fans were saddened by the news that William Myers - who competed as George "The Animal" Steele - had passed. The official T-shirt and Merchandise store of George "The Animal" Steele on Pro Wrestling Tees. 17 Feb WWE Hall of Fame member George “The Animal” Steele, whose given name was Jim Myers, has died at age WWE announced yesterday.