Sandy Scott

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Title History

 

  • NWA (Calgary) Canadian Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating ????? & ????? (1954);
  • NWA (Calgary) Canadian Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Chico Garcia & Roberto Pico (July 23, 1954);
  • NWA (Mid Atlantic) Southern Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Jim Austeri & Ali Bey (March 18, 1957);
  • NWA (Mid Atlantic) Southern Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating ????? & ????? (July 1957);
  • NWA (Calgary) Canadian Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Ivan Kalmikoff & Karol Kalmikoff (1958);
  • Stampede International Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Chris Tolos & John Tolos (November 1, 1958);
  • Stampede International Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Maurice Vachon & Paul Vachon (February 5, 1959);
  • NWA (Calgary) Canadian Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Maurice Vachon & Paul Vachon (February 26, 1959);
  • Stampede International Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Maurice Vachon & Paul Vachon (May 1, 1959);
  • Stampede International Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating ??????? & ??????? (?????);
  • NWA (Central States) World Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Ernie Dusek & Emil Dusek (May 13, 1960);
  • AWA (Indiana) World Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Art Neilson & Stan Neilson (March 6, 1962);
  • Stampede International Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Art Neilson & Stan Neilson (December 20, 1963);
  • AWA (Indiana) World Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Mike Gallagher & Doc Gallagher (March 24, 1964);
  • NWA International Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating The Fabulous Kangaroos (?????);
  • IWA (Australia) World Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard (October 22, 1966);
  • IWA (Australia) World Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Ray Stevens & Art Nelson (December 1966);
  • IWA (Australia) World Tag Team titles w/George Scott defeating Assassin #1 & Assassin #2 (October 11, 1968);

 

Career Highlights

 

  • Sandy Scott formed a tag team with his brother George Scott known as the “Flying Scotts”..
  • Sandy Scott was inducted into the Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Hall of Heroes in 2008..
  • March 11, 2010: Angus “Sandy” Scott passed away at the age of 75 following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer…
  • ~~~He is survived by his brother George, and his wife Sandra, daughter Tracy and grandson Coleton.

    Mike Aldren wrote (March 11, 2010): Angus “Sandy” Scott passed away this morning following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 75 and his family had just moved him to a nursing home earlier this week. Scott broke into the business in 1954, when older brother George brought him into the Calgary territory to work for Stu Hart. From the 1950s until the 1970s, Scott and George competed as The Flying Scotts tag team and as singles wrestlers in regional promotions across the country including the National Wrestling Alliance, particularly the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic territories, as well as successful stints in the American Wrestling Association, Maple Leaf Wrestling and Stampede Wrestling. In the 1980s, Scott became a key front office executive for Jim Crockett Promotions, booking towns and venues, and for the most part keeping a lucrative business thriving during it’s glory years. As well as influence and responsibility behind the scenes, Scott was also a prominent on air personality, and was involved in some of the biggest Crockett angles of the 1980s. He also worked for World Championship Wrestling when Ted Turner’s company took over JCP, and was one of the driving forces behind Jim Cornette’s Smoky Mountain Wrestling during the early 1990s.

 


Dave Meltzer wrote (March 11, 2010): Sandy Scott (Angus Scott), who was part of the tag team The Flying Scott Brothers, and later remained for years as a promoter and agent with Jim Crockett Promotions, briefly for World Championship Wrestling and later Smoky Mountain Wrestling, passed away this morning at the age of 75. Scott had been suffering from pancreatic cancer for some time and had taken a turn for the worst several days ago. The Scott Brothers started teaming in 1954, and were regular partners through the early 70s when both phased out of wrestling and began working in the front office. The two had a falling out and didn’t speak for years.