|Birth name||Clifford Fraser|
October 10, 1957 |
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada
|Residence||Stellarton, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|Family||Stacia Fraser (mother)|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Farmer Brooks|
|Trained by||Billy Watson|
Clifford Fraser (born October 10, 1957) is a Canadian retired professional wrestler, known as the midget wrestler Farmer Brooks, and was a major participant in Grand Prix Wrestling throughout the 1980s and a longtime rival of Sky Low Low. Before attaining world wide status, Farmer Brooks wrestled with different organizations.
Professional wrestling career
Clifford Fraser moved to Toronto when he was growing up. He later dropped out of school and trained to become a professional wrestler under Whipper Billy Watson. He also was a member of Earl Sullivan's Sully's Gym, another wrestling program. During his career, his most prolonged rivalry was with Sky Low Low. He retired in 1992 when Grand Prix Wrestling closed.
His mother's name is Stacia Fraser. He is married to Kim Hutt and has four children: Andrew, Leanna, Blair, and Shelby. He now lives in Stellarton Nova Scotia.
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