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Eddie Morrow & Jerry Morrow
Real name: Edward Ethefier & Gerald Ethefier
Jerry had the longer career, spanning the 70s, 80s, and 90s, although
Eddie was initially the bigger star. Wrestled from coast-to-coast in Canada,
as well as in Puerto Rico, Japan, and Australia.
Eddie defeated Gene Kiniski for the Hawaiian
version of the North American title in 1971. He lost the belt back after
a 2-week reign.
Jerry was a regular with Stampede Wrestling in the 80s, and remained
in Calgary to become the first champion for Fred May's short-lived
CNWA in 1990.
As a team:
- 3-time Stampede International tag champions, 1975-76
- Canadian tag champions (Vancouver), 1977
- NWA North American champion (Hawaii), 1971
- Stampede North American champion, 1976
- Stampede International tag champion, with Gama Singh, 1976
- Commonwealth champion (New Zealand), as Jack Claybourne, 1978
- Stampede International tag champion, with George Welles, 1978
- 2-time Stampede International tag champion, with Cuban Assassin, 1988
- WWC Caribbean tag champion (Puerto Rico), with Cuban Assassin, 1989