Jack Taylor (Canadian Wrestler)
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Jack Taylor Canadian Wrestler
Jack Taylor Born 1887 Ontario, Canada Died May 19, 1956 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Billed height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm) Billed weight 212 lb (15 st 2 lb; 96 kg) Debut 1911 Retired 1942
Jack Taylor (1887 - May 19, 1956) was a Canadian successful amateur and professional wrestler. Considered to be Canada's first great wrestling superstar in his time he was the childhood idol of wrestling icon  Stu Hart  and trained  Toots Mondt.
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( October 2018)
Championships and accomplishments
Canadian Heavyweight Championship  
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