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Sandy Scott

Sandy Scott

(1934 – 2010)

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Sandy Scott

Sandy Scott
(1934 – 2010)

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Sandy Scott

(1934 – 2010)
About Sandy
This is a tribute to Angus Mackay Scott. He was better known by his ring name Sandy Scott and was a Canadian professional wrestler. He worked with his older brother George from the 1950s until the 1970s as The Flying Scotts in North American regional promotions including the National Wrestling Alliance, particularly the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic territories, as well as successful stints in the American Wrestling Association, Maple Leaf Wrestling and Stampede Wrestling
Sandy Scott was born in Hamilton, Ontario and growing up, he enjoyed football, wrestling at the YMCA and bodybuilding with Mike Sharpe.
His older brother George helped Sandy break into the wrestling business in 1954. They began teaming in
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Stampede Wrestling, winning the NWA Canadian Tag Team Championship in 1954. After a brief stint in Maple Leaf Gardens in 1955, The Flying Scotts, as they were known, became one of the top tag teams in the Toronto and Buffalo areas during the late 1950s. Defeating Chris and John Tolos for the Stampede International Tag Team Championship in 1958, they would feud with Butcher and Mad Dog Vachon the following year.
The duo returned to the Carolinas during the 1960s before eventually regained the Stampede International Tag Team Championship in 1963. They also won the AWA World Tag Team Championship in Indiana and, while in Australia during the late 1960s, won the IWA World Tag Team Championship three times between
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1966 and 1968.
While in Stampede Wrestling in 1954, they became one of the most popular tag teams in Western Canada during their six-year stay in the promotion. At one event, in which they were featured in the main event against The Miller Brothers (Bill and Ed Miller), promoters were forced to turn away 6,000 at a Stampede Wrestling event before splitting up.
In 1991, he helped found Smoky Mountain Wrestling with Jim Cornette, Tim Horner, and Stan Lane.
After retiring from professional wrestling, he settled in Roanoke, Virginia with his wife. He had two sons and a daughter. Sandy Scott passed away on March 11th, 2010. This is a memorial dedicated to his life and his career in wrestling. May he rest
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in peace.
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Sandy Scott

This is a tribute to Angus Mackay Scott. He was better known by his ring name Sandy Scott and was a Canadian professional wrestler. He worked with his older brother George from the 1950s until the 1970s as The Flying Scotts in North American regional promotions including the National Wrestling Alliance, particularly the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic territories, as well as successful stints in the American Wrestling Association, Maple Leaf Wrestling and Stampede Wrestling
Sandy Scott was born in Hamilton, Ontario and growing up, he enjoyed football, wrestling at the YMCA and bodybuilding with Mike Sharpe.
His older brother George helped Sandy break into the wrestling business in 1954. They began teaming in...

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Rest in peace Sandy
I first met Sandy at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Sandy
My fondest memory of Sandy was ****
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Sandy inspired me to ****
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