Emil Klank

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Emil Klank (June 19, 1876 - June 27, 1940) was a wrestler, trainer, and manager that flourished in the 1910s.

Biography[edit]

He was born on June 19, 1876, in Chicago, Illinois and in 1918 was working as a policeman in Chicago.[1] He was the trainer for brothers Silent Rowan and Mike Rowan, and later was wrestler Frank Gotch's manager.[2] He died on June 27, 1940, in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ World War I draft registration
  2. ^ "Emil Klank". Tacoma Daily News. November 1, 1911.