Frenchy Martin, Canadian professional wrestler and manager, Died at 66

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Jean Gagné was born on May 25, 1950, and died on October 21, 2016.

He was a French Canadian professional wrestler and manager.

Jean was best known under the ring name Frenchy Martin.

While he was at the World Wrestling Federation heyday in the 1980s as the manager of Canadian wrestler Dino Bravo, he was known for his trademark sign that read “USA is not OK”. Gagné, however, began his career in Canada, primarily in Stampede Wrestling, and Puerto Rico’s World Wrestling Council.

During 1990, Gagné left the WWF and retired from professional wrestling.

Jean Gagné has a son and a nephew who have wrestled, Jean Gagne Jr. and George Martel.

Smith Hart announced that Gagne was inflicted with bladder cancer and has been moved to hospice care, on September 8, 2016,

He died after nearly a year of bladder cancer.

Frenchy Martin passed away at 66 years old.

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