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Scotty Williams

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Real Name Edgar Lewis Williams
Weight and Height 175 lbs. (79 kg) at 6'0'' (1.83 m)
Birthplace Los Angeles, California (United States of America)
Date of Birth 26th October 1913
Debut 1933
Date of Death 23rd March 2008

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Alias Eddie Gideon, Eddie Williams, Edgar Gideon, Ed Williams, Masked Red Marvel, Scotty Williams, The Silver Star
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Managed Promotion Virginia Wrestling Association
- Edgar L. "Scotty" Williams was born October 26, 1913, the second child of Curtice Eugene and Mary Gertrude (Gideon) Williams
- was a World War II U.S. Army veteran in the medical corps during the European campaign including service during the Battle of the Bulge
- After the war ended he was an athletic coach and sports trainer in Europe and helped manage a football game held in Nuremberg Stadium in Germany with an attendance of over 64,000
- After serving his country in World War II, Edgar lead a colorful life as a professional wrestler
- His wrestling career spanned from 1933 to 1968
- He won several titles such as the
Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title
- He wrestled in Europe, Mexico, Cuba, Canada, and the U.S.
- His experiences in the ring earned him induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in 1999
- After his retirement, he worked as a wood artist, including many grandfather clocks and other beautiful woodworking projects
- He passed away on Sunday, March 23, 2008.
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