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About John Tenta
John Tenta started his career as a sumo fighter after moving to Japan in the 1980s. A member of the Sadogatake stable, he won three championships during his time in the sport. He retired from the game in 1986 and turned his attention to professional wrestling.
The Canadian wrestler began his career under the All-Japan Pro Wrestling promotion in a tag team match against Goro Tsurumi and Rusher Kimura. He gained global recognition in 1989 when he was signed by WWF. He made his debut later that year under the stage name ‘Earthquake Evans’.
Under the promotion, he formed a great partnership with Typhoon and was collectively known as ‘The Natural Disasters’. They won the WWF Tag Team Championship in 1992. He also wrestled under the World Championship Wrestling promotion before announcing his retirement in 2004.
John Tenta bore his father’s name. He had three kids with Josephine Tenta.
After his education at North Surrey Secondary, he joined Louisiana State University.
He suffered from bladder cancer which caused his death in 2006.
At birth, he weighed eleven pounds, three ounces. He played football during his time in college.
He gained lots of admirers for his numerous encounters with Hulk Hogan.
Tenta wrestled under some ring names such as Golga, and Avalanche
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F.A.Q. about John Tenta
When is his birthday?
John Tenta's birthday is on June 22, 1963.
In how many days is his birthday?
John's birthday is in 269 days
How old was John when he died?
He was 42 years old.
When did he die?
He died in June 7, 2006.
How old would he be today?
John Tenta would be 60 years old if he was alive today.
Where was John from?
He was born in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.
What was John Tenta's height?
He was 6′ 7″ (2.01m) tall.