Killer Karl Krupp

Birthdate: May 13, 1934
Death: August 24, 1995
Debut: 1954
Retirement: 1988
Cause of Death: Heart Attack
Famous Matches and Storylines:  Killer Karl Krupp's most notable visit to Japan was for the New Japan World Leagues from 1974 to 1976. In 1974, Karl Krupp came in third place in the tournament, only being defeated by Antonio Inoki and Seiji Sakaguchi. In 1975 he came in 2nd place as he lost to Antonio Inoki in the finals, and in 1976 Karl Krupp came in 3rd place.
Major Titles Held:  AWA Southern Tag Team Championship, WWC North American Heavyweight Championship, and the NWA International Tag Team Championship
Other Notes:  Karl Krupp also wrestled in the AWA and in Memphis. Using an "evil German" gimmick first in 1972, he continued using it until his retirement in 1988. He originally wrestled under the name Dutch Momberg.

Signature Moves:
- Big Boot
- Eye Claw

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