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Frenchy Martin Biography
Jean Gagné (July 19, 1947 – October 21, 2016) was a French–Canadian professional wrestler and manager, best known under the ring name Frenchy Martin. During his World Wrestling Federation heyday in the 1980s as the manager of Canadian wrestler Dino Bravo, he was known for his trademark sign that read “USA is not OK”. Gagné, however, began his career in Canada, primarily in Stampede Wrestling, and Puerto Rico’s World Wrestling Council. In 1990, Gagné left the WWF and retired from professional wrestling. According to Astrologers, zodiac sign is Cancer
Jean Gagné began his career in 1971 in Quebec and in Stu Hart’s Stampede Wrestling. In June 1977, Gagné, under the name Frenchy Martin, won the IW North American Heavyweight Championship in Trans-Canada Wrestling. In July, he lost the title to Leo Burke.
In Stampede Wrestling in February 1976, he held the Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship under the name Don Gagné. In October 1977, Gagné, still wrestling under the name Don Gagné, won the Stampede North American Heavyweight Championship in a tournament final after the former champion Dan Kroffat retired and vacated the title. In January, however, he lost the title to old rival Leo Burke. Gagné defeated Burke for the Stampede Championship in November 1979 but lost it to Mr. Sekigawa in December.
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Frenchy Martin Net Worth
Frenchy Martin is one of the richest Wrestler & listed on most popular Wrestler. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Frenchy Martin net worth is approximately $1 Million - $3 Million.
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|Net Worth||$1 Million - $3 Million|
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Meanwhile, Jean Gagné also wrestled in Puerto Rico’s World Wrestling Council under his own name, and in the first half of 1978, he and partner Huracán Castillo traded the WWC World Tag Team Championship with the tag team of Invader I and José Rivera, holding the title once. He also held the WWC Caribbean Heavyweight Championship and the WWC North American Tag Team Championship, the latter he held four times; one of the times was with Michel Martel as part of a tag team called The Mercenaries. While in Puerto Rico, he wrestled Ric Flair in a match to a 60-minute time limit draw. Gagné also wrestled under the name Mad Dog Martin in Australasia and the South Pacific during the mid to-late 1970s. On September 28, 1978, he won the NWA British Empire/Commonwealth Championship from Steve Rickard and defended the title for several months before dropping it to Leo Burke the following year.
In 1980, under the name Masked Cyclops, Gagné won the NWA Pacific International Championship from Tor Kamata, but he lost it later that year to Siva Afi.
Frenchy Martin HeightFrenchy Martin's height 188 cm weight 111 kg & body measurements will update soon.
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In Montreal’s Lutte Internationale in January 1984, Gagné won the Canadian International Tag Team Championship with partner Pierre Lefebvre from the team of Gino Brito and Tony Parisi, but lost them in a rematch on February 20. In June, Gagné and Lefebvre won the title back, but lost it to Raymond Rougeau and Jacques Rougeau Jr. in the beginning of July.
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Martin debuted in the WWF in October 1986. Initially a full-time wrestler, he would primarily be used as an enhancement talent, losing the majority of his matches. In August 1987, he began to be the host of a WWF’s skit “Le Studio” (presented only in Canada, during Superstars of Wrestling); during the segment, he would interview his guests and translate their answers in French, using the opportunity to mock the faces and praise the heels. Martin began managing Dino Bravo in late 1987. During his alliance with Bravo, Martin regularly carried a sign down to ringside that read “USA is not OK”. In March 1988, he managed Bravo at WrestleMania IV in a match against Don Muraco. During a rematch at SummerSlam in August, Martin distracted Bravo’s opponent Muraco to allow Bravo to get the victory. In October at the King of the Ring, Martin managed Bravo in a loss over Jim Duggan in a flag match. He also appeared at Bravo’s side at Saturday Night’s Main Event XVII at the end of October for Bravo’s match against Ken Patera. On Thanksgiving night, he also appeared at Survivor Series.
Facts & Trivia
Ranked on the list of most popular Wrestler. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Canada. Frenchy Martin celebrates birthday on July 19 of every year.
Later, Martin appeared as an occasional enhancement talent on weekly WWF television broadcasts, reviving his initial role with the company when he joined the WWF in 1986. By mid-1990, Gagné retired and eventually became head booker for the IWA in Puerto Rico. Until his death he continued to make guest appearances for indie shows across Canada and the US.
Martin also managed Jos LeDuc in 1988, but LeDuc’s run in the WWF was short and he made very few appearances on television.
At the Royal Rumble in January 1989, Bravo, accompanied by Martin, teamed with The Fabulous Rougeaus (Jacques and Raymond) but lost a two out of three falls match against Jim Duggan and The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart). At WrestleMania V in April 1989, after Bravo’s match with Ron Garvin, Martin attacked Garvin, and as a result, Garvin performed his signature maneuver, the “Garvin Stomp” on him. Bravo replaced Martin in favor of Jimmy Hart in April 1989.
At the International Wrestling 2000 card at the Centre Pierre Charbonneau, Gagné as Frenchy Martin managed Richard Charland in the semi-main event against King Kong Bundy.You may read full biography about Frenchy Martin from Wikipedia.