Wrestler

Jody Hamilton (Wrestler)

Jody Hamilton- Biography

Jody Hamilton was an American professional wrestler, promoter, and trainer. He was also known as The Masked Assassins, The Flame, Mighty Bolo, and many other names. His debut was in 1955, and he retired in 1988. On May 22, 1994, he was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame at The Civic Centre in Pennsylvania. He was trained by Michael DiBiase, Sonny Myers, and Nick Roberts.

What is the Net Worth of Jody Hamilton? Salary, Earnings

Jody Hamilton has made a lot of money as a wrestler. He has appeared in several wrestling events, including WWE, and has been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. According to sources, his net worth is estimated to be over $7 million. Sponsorship and appearances at events were two more ways he utilized to get money.

Jody Hamilton- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Jody Hamilton was born on August 28, 1938, in St. Joseph, Missouri, USA. His parents’ personal information has been kept confidential and out of the public eye. He had a brother named Larry Hamilton, also known as The Missouri Mauler.

Jody has not disclosed any information about his education. But when he was a teenager, he began wrestling in numerous cities with his brother. He has kept the circumstances of the situation quiet and has begun training as a wrestler.

Quick Facts

Real Name Joseph Nicholas Zwaduk
Birth Date August 28, 1938
Age 82 Years
Died August 3, 2021
Birth Place St. Joseph, Missouri, USA
Nationality American
Profession Professional Wrestler
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Libra

Jody Hamilton- Relationship, Married Life

Jody Hamilton has not disclosed any information about his wife or girlfriend. He has a wrestling referee son named Nick Patrick. His son has worked as a referee for Georgia Championship Wrestling, WCW, and WWE. The father and son have spent a lot of quality time together.

Jody Hamilton- Professional Career

Jody Hamilton began his career by working for Gust Karras Promotions, a professional wrestling promotion based in Kansas City, Missouri. By 1957, he had joined forces with his brother and was working as a full-time professional. He has wrestled in Central States Wrestling, Championship Wrestling from Florida, Continental Wrestling Association, Deep South Wrestling, and Georgia Championship Wrestling.

As a wrestler, he intended to wrestle as “Iron Russia,” but when he arrived in Atlanta, his ideas altered and he became “The Assassin.” He was also seen wrestling at NWA All-Star Wrestling, NWA Hollywood Wrestling, NWA Mid America, NWA Tri-State, Southeastern Championship Wrestling, World Championship, and Wrestling in Australia.

Controversy

In April 2009, he filed a lawsuit against WWE in Fulton County. Deep South Wrestling was terminated because of their working arrangement with his promotion, according to the lawsuit. His counsel contended that terminating the agreement without providing 90 days’ notice was a fraud. It also says that WWE illegally entered the Deep South building in McDonough. He also had two wrestlers who were witnesses to the contract and confirmed his claim that JohnLaurinaitis made a threatening assertion. They reached an out-of-court settlement on January 22nd, 2010. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

Cause of Death

At the age of 82, he died on August 3, 2021, under hospice care, which focuses on the palliation of a terminally ill patient’s discomfort as well as catering to their emotional and spiritual needs at the end of life. Fans are mourning and paying tribute to him. Nick, his son, announced the news on his social media site.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Height in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in Centimeters – 185 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 120 kg  –  in Pounds –  265 lbs
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Black
Body Type Average

Social Media Details

Jody Hamilton does not have an official presence on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok

Trivia

  • In late 1961, he was joined with Tom Renesto as Assassins, but the partnership terminated when Renesto removed the mask.
  • He also broke his lumbar vertebrae in 1988.
  • Under a gold and black mask, he joined forces with Hercules Hernandez in the Mid South.
  • He withdrew from the golden mask in the mid-1980s and took on a new ring identity known as The Flame.
  • He and his son were significantly involved in producing Rampage Pro Wrestling, the company’s weekly television show on a local FOX station.
  • In Atlanta, Georgia, he established The Power Plant, an official World Championship Wrestling training facility.

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