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Johnny Graham

Johnny Graham


Hometown:  Seattle, WA
Height:  5'-8"
Weight:  225 lbs
Years Pro:  22

This 22 year ring veteran is a fan favorite among East Coast fans. Johnny Graham was trained in Honolulu, Hawaii, in 1987 by Lars Anderson. He has wrestled regularly in Hawaii, the Northwest, Canada, the South Pacific, and the Northeast. In 1988 Graham hosted the World Pacific Wrestling television show, and in 1992 he co-hosted a weekly wrestling talk show in Tacoma Washington called Ringside Ticket.

Graham has wrestled such names as Tony Atlas, The Barbarian, Tom Brandi, King Kong Bundy, Demolition Ax, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Hugh Morrus, Rikishi, Tito Santana, Nikolai Volkoff, Larry Zbysko, and Graham has formed tag teams with The American Patriot and Playboy Buddy Rose. Championships held by Graham include the PWE Tag Team Championship with his son Jey Graham, ACW Light Heavyweight, and MEWF Tag Team Championships, along with several regional belts.

Graham was listed in the highly proclaimed novel, "Wrestling's Most Wanted". His out standing finish,"The Graham Cracker", was listed among one of the top ten finishes in wrestling history. Graham has also been listed in the highly respected Pro Wrestling Illustrated top 500 list six out of seven years in the late 1990's reaching a high of #246 in 1996. In 1997 Graham failed to make the list when he suffered a hip injury that kept him out of the ring as a wrestler for nearly a year. Promoters took advantage of this misfortune and assigned him as a special troubleshooting referee. His stronghold for the rules kept not only the rulebreakers in line but also the scientific wrestlers alike.

"You get out of wrestling what you put into it," stated Graham, "You keep learning all the time. The day you say 'I'm a star' is the day your career is over." When asked about his goals he stated, " I've done more in the wrestling game than I ever dreamed I would do. What I enjoy now is working with the younger guys trying to break into the business."