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Mark Kyle

TV Actor from United States of America

Mark Kyle is a semi-retired American professional wrestler, known by his ring name Killer Kyle, who has competed in Southeastern independent wrestling promotions including Music City Wrestling, Southern States Wrestling, Smoky Mountain Wrestling as well as brief stints in Total Nonstop Action, World Championship Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation. In 1993, he also appeared for the Japanese promotion W*ING. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Mark Kyle made his professional debut for Continental Championship Wrestling as Pvt. Mark Kyle. His earliest match was against Danny Davis on May 28, 1988. He began wrestling for Jim Crockett Promotions within two years. On January 16, 1990, he made his first WCW appearance at the Center Stage Theatre in Atlanta where he and Rick Fargo lost to The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson). He also received matches against NWA World Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers (Rick & Scott Steiner) with Brad Batten on January 31 and Ned Brady on February 17. He also teamed with Jerry Rose and Bob Cook in a 6-man tag team match against Mike Rotunda, Norman the Lunatic and Abdullah the Butcher at the Georgia Mountains Center in Gainesville,  ( Wikipedia article )

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Place of birth
Atlanta
Nationality
United States of America

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