Jeff Van Kamp
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|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Lord Humongous|
|Billed from||Gulf Breeze, Florida|
Jeff VanCamp, Sr. is former professional wrestler, who wrestled as Lord Humongous in 1984. He wrestled mainly in the South and was managed by Ron Fuller. He feuded with Fuller over the NWA Alabama Heavyweight Championship.
He beat Jody Hamilton (owner of Deep South Wrestling) to win the NWA Southeast Continental Heavyweight Championship.
VanCamp, Sr. currently lives in the beach side community of Tiger Point, between Gulf Breeze & Navarre, with his wife Bridgette, whom he met while playing football for the University of Louisville. They have two children, Jeff and Brandon, both of whom have had successful football careers at the collegiate level. He currently works as a Deputy Sheriff for Escambia County and had an unsuccessful bid for Sheriff of neighboring Santa Rosa County.
Championships and accomplishments
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