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Wrestling legend passes away


King Curtis Iaukea, a legend in Hawaiian wrestling and a huge star in the 60s and 70s, passed away today in Honolulu. We have no other details other that he passed away at home with his wife and two daughters.

Iaukea, a 300-pounder who was a football star at the University of California, headlined virtually everywhere in the world during his long career as a headliner, known for feuding in particular with Mark Lewin in a number of circuits and being in bloody matches.

He was a mentor to many in wrestling and was considered to be among the best interviews in the history of the business.

Iaukea, 73, had been ill for several months.

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4 Responses

  1. Kyle Christie says:


  2. Dr J Sinnful says:

    If i believe correctly he was also the Kevin Sullivan’s father in WCW’s DUNGEON OF DOOM.

  3. Saint Savage says:

    I believe you are right. Also managed Kamala & Sika in the WWF in the 80’s.

  4. Larry Bigby says:

    father pf prince Iaukea and a great talker. one of the better talkers in the old days. a true legend.

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