Marvin Lambert, a brawler-style independent wrestler known for competing in “death matches,” passed away Thursday. Details concerning his death remain scarce, but according to F4WOnline.com, he committed suicide. He was 34-years-old.
Lambert, who hailed from Cleveland, Ohio, and was trained by Toby Klein, locally broke into the professional wrestling business in 2000 before expanding to IWA Mid-South. In 2005, he joined Combat Zone Wrestling, where he competed off-and-on through last year. In the promotion, he was a two-time CZW Iron Man Champion and a two-time CZW Ultraviolent Underground Champion. He held both the Iron Man Championship and the Ultraviolent Underground Championship simultaneously.
More details on his career are available here.
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