Jack Barton Adkisson Sr., better known by his ring name Fritz Von Erich, was an American professional wrestler, wrestling promoter, and the patriarch of the Von Erich family. He was also the owner of the World Class Championship Wrestling territory.
|Birth name:||Jack Barton Adkisson|
|Born:||August 16, 1929, Jewett, Texas, U.S.|
|Died:||September 10, 1997, Dallas, Texas, U.S.|
|Cause of death:||Brain and lung cancer|
|Ring name(s):||Fritz Von Erich, Tetsu no Tsume (Iron Claw), Jack Adkisson|
|Billed from:||Denton, Texas|
|Trained by:||Stu Hart|
|IMDb:||Fritz Von Erich’s IMDb|
About Fritz Von Erich
Texas wrestling icon who was a 13-time NWA American Heavyweight Champion in his WWE Hall of Fame career.
He played a season for the Dallas Texans after playing college football at Southern Methodist University.
He became a member of the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame, Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame and St. Louis Wrestling Hall of Fame.
He fathered a generation of future wrestlers: Kerry, David, Kevin, Mike and Kris Von Erich.
He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame with his son David Von Erich in 2009.
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- Von Erich family – The Von Erich family is a professional wrestling family. Its actual surname is “Adkisson,” but every member who has been in the wrestling business has used the ring name “Von Erich,” after the family patriarch, Fritz Von Erich.
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