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Ox Baker (1934–2014)

Douglas Baker, better known by his moniker "Ox" was one of the meanest, vicious, hated and ugliest wrestlers ever. Bald, with a hairy chest, arms and back, Baker would deliberately grow his mustache long and curl his eyebrows up to gain a more "evil" look. It paid off as Baker was jeered and hated by wrestling fans all over. Known for his "love" of... See full bio »

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 2017 Pinwheel (completed)
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 1985 Blood Circus
Russian Wrestler
 1980 Battle Creek Brawl
Fighter (uncredited)
 1957 Stampede Wrestling (TV Series) (1957)
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6' 5" (1.96 m)
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Author of several cookbooks. See more »

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Signature wrestling move: The Heartpunch. Long black mustache, and eyebrows curled up.

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Ox Baker famous??? HA serenity_angel01
i met ox in a hot tub in LA matthew87
Doug 'Ox' Baker's heart, good as gold !!! northeastconsulting
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