Last updated by Sean Sweeny on April 28, 2014
- Dale Edwards worked for Angelo Poffo’s ICW in Lexington, doing pretty much every gig there is to do in the business.
- Early 1970s: Dale Edwards worked for Phil Golden’s All Star Wrestling in Paducah, Kentucky, mainly as a heel manager..
- ~~~Ron Starr gave him the “Crybaby” nickname, which was most likely a copy of George “Crybaby” Cannon..
- “Crybaby” Dale Edwards worked in the early-mid 70’s with a promotion owned by Henry Rogers in Malden, Missouri..
- 1970s/1980s: George Hill was a very well known wrestling photographer and wrestling magazine article writer..
- 1985-’86: Dale Edwards once ran a promotion called Midwest Championship Wrestling based out of Clinton, Iowa.
- 19??: Crybaby Dale Edwards also worked for Dale Mann in Kentucky, running his office for nine months..
- George Hill was well respected as a wrestling historian due to his deep knowledge on 1960’s Florida wrestling..
- ~~~He also had a detailed knowledge of Angelo Poffo’s ICW wrestling and was close friends with other historians..
- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Such as Tom Burke, Chuck Thornton, Diane Divine, and James Melby.
- October 5, 2006: Dale Edwards (Real Name: George Hill) was found dead at the age of 58 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee..
- “Crybaby” Dale Edwards was very close friends with wrestlers Tony Falk, George Weingeroff, and Ronnie Garvin…
- October 13, 2006–United States Wrestling Organization: The show was dedicated to the late Dale “Crybaby” Edwards..