Tim Woods

Born Jul 28, 1934

George Burrell "Tim" Woodin was an American former professional wrestler. He was best known under his ring name Mr. Wrestling.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Tim Woods.


1934 Birth Born on July 28, 1934.


1975 40 Years Old Woodin was involved in the same 1975 plane crash that involved pilot Joseph Michael Farkas (he ended up in a coma and died the next year), wrestling legend Johnny Valentine (broke his back and bone fragments inpacted into his spinal cord, which ended his career), wrestler Bob Bruggers (broke his back and had a steel rod put in; Bruggers could have made a comeback, but he decided to retire), future legend Ric Flair (broke his back, but recovered and returned to wrestling), and Jim Crockett Promotions' announcer David Crockett. … Read More
1983 48 Years Old Woodin eventually returned to wrestling and had his final match on September 17, 1983, where he lost to Mr. Wrestling II.


2002 68 Years Old On November 30, 2002, Woods died from a heart attack at his home in Charlotte, North Carolina at the age of 68. … Read More
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