By Ryan Clark | March 25, 2009
Pro wrestler Steve Dunn dead of surgery complications in Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Professional wrestler Steve Dunn, who competed with various tag team partners across the country during his career, is dead in Nashville at age 48.
Dunn, whose real name was Steven Lyle Doll, wrestled with the World Wrestling Federation, World Championship Wrestling, the United States Wrestling Association and Pacific Northwest Wrestling.
According to an obituary published Wednesday in The Tennessean, he was part of tag teams Well Dunn, the Southern Rockers and the Volz.
He died Sunday of complications from surgeries.
Survivors include his wife, parents and a sister. Funeral services will be Thursday in Nashville.
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