Church Fire
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Katsopoulos (L), with his partner Stampede in 1992, carrying unidentified tag titles

Ring name(s) "The Grapplin' Greek" George Katsopoulous

"Beef Jerky" George Gershing
Church Fire

Billed height 6 ft. 4 in. (1.93m)
Billed weight 500 lbs. (226.7kg)
Born June 29, 1957 (age 52)
Springfield, Massachusetts
Billed from Boston, Massachusetts
Debut April 29, 1977

George Katsopoulos, chiefly known as Church Fire, was a professional wrestler in PGA and one-half of the tag team Unusual Disasters. Recently he has served as mentor to the stable Enhanced. On the September 23, 2009 edition of PGA Primetime Wednesday! he suffered a "career-ending injury" at the hands of a Helm Konrad powerbomb. The scripted injury allowed Church Fire, a PGA road agent, several months' time off after a grueling schedule in getting the relaunched PGA off the ground, during which he embarked on a fitness program that saw him lose a significant amount of weight. Church Fire returned to PGA programming on the February 18, 2010 One-Year-Anniversary edition of Prime Time Wednesday.

Church Fire's vanEdit


Church Fire's old Ford van.

Church Fire's van is what the members of Enhanced ride in from show to show. Since Church Fire's hospitalization and the destruction of parts of the van during the Pierre Kirby vs Stevens N. Stevens match at Cargado Completamente the members of the stable have found alternate modes of travel. The van recently reappeared on PGA, attempting to run over King Falcon. The driver, presumably hired by Rusty Cooledge, remains unknown.

In wrestlingEdit

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