|Birth name||Scott Schnurr|
|Born||November 10, 1978|
Kelowna, British Columbia
Christina Von Eerie (m. 2017)
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Scotty Mac|
|Billed height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Billed weight||191 lb (87 kg) or 201 lb (91 kg)|
|Billed from||Kelowna, British Columbia|
|Trained by||House of Pain|
|Debut||December 26, 2000|
Scott Schnurr, best known by his ring name Scotty Mac, is a Canadian professional wrestler. He is best known for working for Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling/Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling, as well as several independent promotions in Canada and the United States.
Scotty Mac is one of ECCW's most decorated wrestlers, having won multiple titles on many occasions. He is currently an owner of ECCW.
Professional wrestling career
Scotty Mac started training in professional wrestling in 1999 when he trained with Rob Gillespie in Can-Am Wrestling which is based in Alberta. Scotty did not wrestle while training in Can-Am. He would move on to Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling's House of Pain where he trained under the tutelage of Chance Beckett and Michelle Starr.
Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
Scotty debuted in professional wrestling for NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling on December 26, 2000 against Chance Beckett. Not only was Beckett his trainer, but Scotty's cast for a broken wrist was removed just two days prior to the match. Less than two years after his debut, a three-month feud with Black Dragon culminated with Scotty winning the ECCW Heavyweight Championship in a steel cage match. Scotty Mac is now part owner of ECCW
Scotty won the 2003 Pacific Cup tournament, winning matches against Beckett, Tony Kozina, and Black Dragon before defeating Bryan Danielson in the finals. Scotty returned to the finals in 2007, but lost the three-way match to Kyle O'Reilly. Kozina was the third participant.
Scotty made appearances for Portland Wrestling between 2004-2005. His appearances include defeating Moondog Moretti in a chain match, and winning the tag titles with Aaron Idol as the team of New Attitude.
World Wrestling Entertainment
In 2005, after only four years in wrestling, Scotty got a three-day tryout with World Wrestling Entertainment. A contract was not signed as a result.
All Star Wrestling
Scotty Mac wrestled for ASW on September 15, 2007 in Comox, British Columbia in a "No Holds Barred match" handicapped match alongside Ice and Antwong, losing to the team of The Cremator and Sgt. Kaos.
After a year of being followed by cameras in 2009, Scotty was one of the main stars of the acclaimed documentary This Wrestling Life, which follows him and trainees KC Spinelli, Travis Sparx, and Bill Taylor through their beginnings in the wrestling business. The film also shows Scotty's desire to wrestle at the highest levels.
Championships and accomplishments
- Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
- ECCW Hardcore Championship (2 time)
- The Michael Sweetser Excellence Award
- NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
- NWA/ECCW Heavyweight Championship (5 times)
- ECCW Pacific Cup Tournament (2003)
- NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
- ECCW Tag Team Championship (8 times) - with Havoc (1), DK Roc (2), Dropkick Murphy (2), Michael Sweetser (1), Jamie Diaz (1), Christina Von Eerie (1)
- Prairie Wrestling Alliance
- PWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- Portland Wrestling
- PW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- PW Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Aaron Idol
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Other Championships
- BCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
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- "Scotty Mac: ECCW's franchise player". CANOE Slam! Sports Wrestling. Retrieved 2010-09-14.
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- "Slam! Wrestling News/Rumours". Slam! Sports. Canadian Online Explorer. Archived from the original on 2017-07-18. Retrieved 2017-07-18.
- "NWA Pacific Northwest Junior Heavyweight Championship title history". Puroresu Dojo. Retrieved 2010-09-16.
- "Pro Wrestling Illustrated Top 500 - 2005". Wrestling Information Archive. Archived from the original on 2007-06-16. Retrieved 2010-09-15.