Jerry Grey (July 9, 1963) is a retired American professional wrestler.


Jerry Grey started off his career a regular Mid South Wrestling, Championship Wrestling from Florida and Jim Crockett Promotions television shows, occasionally scoring wins including major upsets over Ric Flair and Brickhouse Brown.

Jerry Grey was a star on the rise and claimed his first major regional title but upsetting Tyree Pride on March 1, 1984 in a televised match. From there on Jerry was on the way up. Moving to the Pacific Northwest he formed a tag team with Tom Prichard and they became the Northwest Tag team champions.

After a brief run in the Mid South, Jerry then moved to Memphis wrestling and served as the "spiritual adviser" and "guru" for Bill Dundee and Dutch Mantell. Mega Maharishi (same name as the Ed Wiskowski persona) would stay in Memphis for a couple of months before moving on.

Returning to Florida he formed a tag team with Bob Cook, as the masked Mighty Yankees, and won the Florida tag team titles from Mike Graham and Steve Keirn on September 8, 1987.

When Championship Wrestling from Florida folded, Grey became a promoter, and promoted shows all over the Southeast.

In wrestling

  • Finishing and signature moves
    • Stunner
    • Superplex
    • Powerslam
  • Nicknames
    • "Golden Boy"

Championships and accomplishments

External links

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