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Lord Littlebrook

Name: - Lord Littlebrook

Height: - 4' 4" (132cm)

Weight: - 108lb (49kg)

From: - England

Born: - January 3, 1929

Trained by: - Jack Britton, Bert Ruby

Debut: - 1949

Retired: - 1997

Died: - September 9, 2016

Toured Australia: - 1961, 1971, 1972, 1974

Originally began working as a circus performer in his native England at age 14. Was touring US in 1949 with the circus  when it closed down. Was convinced by a friend to take up wrestling, and debuted in 1949, losing to Irish Jackie.

Quickly became one of the top midget wrestlers in the world, along with Little Beaver and Sky Low Low. Based himself in St. Joseph, Missouri, opening a wrestling school. Some graduates include Col. de Beers, Butch Reed and Betty Niccoli.

Featured in AWA from 1979-86, sometimes starring in angles including Lord Alfred Hayes. Appeared in the 6-man mixed tag match at Wrestlemania 3, teaming with King Kong Bundy and Little Tokyo against Hillbilly Jim, Little Beaver and the Haiti Kid. Was later seen in WWF, accompanying "King" Harley Race to the ring. Managed the Royal Family (Jack Victory and Rip Morgan) in WCW in the late 80s.

Had two wrester sons - Beautiful Bobby Dean and Kato.

Titles held: - (NWA) World Midget title, (ASWA) World Midget title.

Lord Littlebrook v Cowboy Lang, WWF 1986