August 13, 1930 (age 85) Hendersonville, Tennessee (
Jeff Jarrett (grandson) Jerry Jarrett (son-in-law)
Eddie Marlin Frankenstein Mummy
Jeff Jarrett, Jerry Jarrett, Jr., Jennifer Jarrett, Jason Jarrett
Jerlyn Jarrett, Jaclyn Jarrett, Joslyn Jarrett
Tommy Gilbert, Tojo Yamamoto, Lance Russell, Jerry Jarrett, Bill Dundee
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Edward "Eddie" Marlin is a retired American professional wrestler. He is best known as the General Manager for Continental Wrestling Association. He is the father-in-law of wrestler/promoter Jerry Jarrett and the grandfather of wrestler Jeff Jarrett.
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- Eddie marlin vs tommy gilbert cowboy boot match 4 4 88 classic memphis wrestling
- Early career
- Continental Wrestling Association
- After wrestling
- Championships and accomplishments
Eddie marlin vs tommy gilbert cowboy boot match 4 4 88 classic memphis wrestling
Eddie Marlin teamed with Tommy Gilbert throughout the southeast, winning gold on several occasions.
Continental Wrestling Association
Eddie Marlin was the on-screen General Manager of Continental Wrestling Association throughout the 1980s. He was "hired" by CWA Owner Jerry Jarrett to run the company. He worked primarily as a good guy, often sticking up for the faces. He often butted heads with the "Head Booker" of CWA, Tom Renesto, who tended to favor the heels.
In early 1988, Eddie Marlin was involved in a feud with former tag team partner Tommy Gilbert that resulted in the former friends wrestling in a Cowboy Boot Match. It began when Gilbert's son, Doug, interrupted Marlin who was being interviewed by Lance Russell, and accused Marlin of showing favoritism towards Jerry Lawler. As Marlin argued against Doug Gilbert, Tommy Gilbert attacked him from behind. Then, the Gilberts proceeded to drag Marlin to the ring, where Tommy Gilbert busted Marlin open with a cowboy boot. In the following weeks, Marlin challenged his former partner to a Cowboy Boot Match, where the winner would be the first one to remove the opponent's cowboy boots. Eddie Marlin would go on to win that match, and defeat his former friend.
Marlin worked a few more years as General Manager after CWA was combined with WCCW to become USWA. He also continued to wrestle a few times in Dallas at the famous Sportatorium.
In 2001, Eddie Marlin took part in the “Clash of the Legends ” in Memphis that also had Jerry Lawler, Brian Christopher, Sputnik Monroe, Tracy Smothers, Tommy Rogers, Lord Humongous ( Emory Hale ), Jimmy Hart, The Moondogs, The Bushwhackers, and referee Jerry Calhoun.