Dale Veasey

Wrestler, Person

1960 –

64

Who is Dale Veasey?

Todd Dale Veasey is a retired American professional wrestler, better known by his ringnames Dale Veasey and Lt. James Earl Wright, who competed in North American regional promotions including the Mid-South region and the National Wrestling Alliance, particularly the Georgia and Florida territories, as well as brief stints in the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling, most notably as one half of the tag team State Patrol with Buddy Lee Parker during the 1990s.

He would also have a successful career teaming with Bob Brown in international promotions including Stampede Wrestling and the World Wrestling Council.

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Born
May 20, 1960
Orlando
Also known as
  • Todd Dale Veasey
  • Lt. James Earl Wright
  • The Hunter
  • The Alaskan Hunter
  • Lt. James Earl
  • James Earl
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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