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Tony Halme


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Tony Halme

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Halme was very athletic from a young age, and with his brother, actively played sports such as handball, football and ice hockey. At the age of 16, Tony Halme finally left his childhood home and moved in with his uncle. He had worked, among other things, as a fishmonger, gatekeeper, glass cutter, singer, page, stuntman, TV and radio presenter, and coach. Halme had been fascinated by moving to the United States since she saw Martin Scorsese’s film Taxi Driver at the age of 12.
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Halme was subsequently hospitalized, as he had only days before been in a boxing match and was using prescription painkillers, but his blood had additionally contained trace amounts of amphetamines, while a police search of his House of Parliament office turned up illegal steroids. In early March 2006, Halme was involuntarily committed to a mental hospital, reportedly due to delirium caused by excessive alcohol use. In December 2009, Halme told a newspaper that he was suffering from impairment of his short-term memory and had trouble remembering anything, but was still trying to write a book on his political career.

Awards & Accolades

  • Catch Wrestling Association: CWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • New Japan Pro-Wrestling: IWGP Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Norton
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated: PWI ranked him #145 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 1993

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