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Kevin Eck is an American professional wrestling manager and referee and former writer for World Wrestling Entertainment. He is currently signed to Maryland Championship Wrestling as a manager of The Ecktourage.

History

Maryland Championship Wrestling

In 2014, after being released by WWE, Eck debuted in Maryland Championship Wrestling.

In July 2015, Eck was a guest on the final episode of Piper’s Pit, filmed before the death of Roddy Piper. On the episode, Eck demanded that Piper apologize for an incident that took place on a previous Piper's Pit that allegedly led to the release of Eck from WWE. After Piper refused, he was confronted by Dirty Money and Eric Chapel, who were the bodyguards for Eck known collectively as The Ecktourage before being rescued by The Hell Cats.

In October 2015, the Ecktourage captured the MCW Tag Team Championship for the second time, defeating Lio Rush in a handicap match after Patrick Clark no-showed the event.

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