Mike Sharpe who was a Canadian professional wrestler was widely known as “Iron” Mike Sharpe. He was the native of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He came into this world on 28th October of the year 95. Recently, on 17th January of 2016, Mike died when he was at the age of 64. He was a tall guy with the towering height of six feet and four inches that is 1.93 m. his weight has been recorded as 282 lbs. although he is known professionally by the name Mike Sharpe, as a child, he was named as Michael Sharpe.
Sharpe comes from the family legacy of wrestling. His father and his uncle were successful tag team in 1950s, recognized as the champions from San Francisco to Japan. He was grown up in California but later, moved his father back to the Canada while he was a teenager. During his high school time, Mike dabbles in the boxing as well as weight lifting before choosing to follow in the footsteps of his father. In the year 1983, he entered to the World Wrestling Federation where he would spend rest of his in-ring career intil his retirement in the year 1995. Throughout the mid 1980s and 1990s, he was a regular of the WWF programming.
Sharpe is described in at least the three books by the former wrestling personalities Hulk Hogan, Dynamite Kid and Gary Michael Capepette as well as by the long time WWF wrestler and commentator Gorilla Monsoon as having shown the characteristics of obsessive-compulsive disorder as evidenced by the preoccupation with cleanliness which caused him to spend hours washing his hands or to shower at arenas and meticulously folding and refolding his clothing. Besides that, more details about his bio, his wife, family and other activities can also be accessed from different sources and he was also active in Twitter and Instagram.