|Born||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Retired||23 November 1937|
George Walker was a Canadian professional wrestler. Walker had his roots in amateur wrestling and was the runner-up at the 1911 Inter-Empire Championships, after losing to Britain's Stanley Vivian Bacon.
He was the first person to hold the NWA British Empire/Commonwealth Championship (New Zealand version) in 1929 after claiming it upon arrival in New Zealand.
After his retirement, he sold a fitness guide book by mail order titled 'How to become a first-class wrestler and develop your body'.
Championships and accomplishments
- Dominion Wrestling Union
- NWA New Zealand
- Realms of Sport. Vancouver Daily World (July 6, 1911), Vancouver, Page 14. Retrieved 2018-03-24.
- "GEORGE WALKER- CHAMPION WRESTLER AND ALICE WALKER". rootsweb. Retrieved 18 February 2016.
- "British Empire/Commonwealth Heavyweight Title (New Zealand)". The Great Hisa's Puroresu Dojo. Wrestling-Titles.com. 2003. Retrieved 2016-02-18.
- Puroresu Dojo (2003). "New Zealand Heavyweight Title". Pro-Wrestling Title Histories: New Zealand. Wrestling-Titles.com.
- ""You Can be a First Class Wrestler"". The Press. 4 November 1939. Retrieved 18 February 2016.
- GB Team (2001). "New Zealand Heavyweight Title (inactive)" (in German). WrestlingData.com.
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