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Overview (2)

Nickname The Mauler
Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Paul Lazenby is known for his work on Deadpool 2 (2018), Riverdale (2017) and The Predator (2018). He was previously married to Marianna Komlos.

Spouse (1)

Marianna Komlos (20 September 2004 - 26 September 2004) ( her death)

Trivia (20)

NFC Canadian mixed martial arts champion.
Undisputed Canadian Muay Thai kickboxing champion.
In 1997, with no prior combat sports experience, he became the first Canadian to fight in Japan's "Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling" MMA organization. One month after his debut he became the only Canadian to fight Pancrase champion Masakatsu Funaki.
3rd place, Canadian Strongman Championships.
Silver medal, Canadian Junior Powerlifting Championships (Canadian record 601 lb. deadlift).
One of the primary figures in the campaign to re-legalize the sport of Mixed Martial Arts in Vancouver during its ban between 2007 and 2009.
Played one of Stone Cold Steve Austin's opponents in the underground fighting movie "Damage", suffered a broken nose during filming.
Stunt double for former WWE wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin for the movies "The Stranger", "Hunt to Kill", "Tactical Force", "Recoil", "Maximum Conviction" and "The Package".
Husband of the late WWE wrestler Marianna Komlos aka "Mrs. Cleavage".
Stunt coordinator for the "EA Sports UFC" and "EA Sports MMA" video games.
Trained at Calgary's Hart Brothers Pro Wrestling Camp by Lance Storm and Chris Jericho.
First heavyweight fighter in history to hold Canadian titles in MMA and muay Thai at the same time.
Certified as a professional MMA judge by Big John McCarthy's C.O.M.M.A.N.D. organization.
Only Canadian to fight in UFC champion Guy Mezger's World Pankration Championships.
Author of the "When We Were Bouncers" book series, which details the craziest on-the-job stories of former bouncers who went on to fame and fortune.
A founding director of the Mixed Martial Arts Association of British Columbia (MMABC).
Former student of Pan-Am judo champion/5x Canadian judo champion/1976 Olympian Wayne Erdman.
Spent six months training with the Canadian Armed Forces' Royal Canadian Regiment as an infantry soldier.
Co-host of the "Killing the Town" podcast with IMPACT Wrestling Executive VP/New Japan Pro Wrestling commentator Don Callis.
Was a Professional Wrestler.

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