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Maurice Tillet's Wrestling Trunks
Maurice Tillet's Trunks

Origin

Maurice Tillet

Type

Wrestling Trunks

Effects

Gives the wearer amazing strength and strikes intimidation into their foes

Downsides

Overuse will cause the user to suffer acromegaly (increased growth hormone production), and eventually a deadly heart attack

Activation

Wearing the trunks

Collected by

Agent Brady Brown

Section

Olympia-776BC

Aisle

998-7710

Shelf

22201-3369-227

Date of Collection

Mar.10.2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

Maurice Tillet (October 23, 1903 – September 4, 1954) was a Russian-born French professional wrestler known as The French Angel. Tillet was a leading box office draw in the early 1940s and was twice recognized world heavyweight champion by the American Wrestling Association run by Paul Bowser in Boston.

TodayEdit

These trunks were found by an amateur wrestler in Boston that began to win many times. He began to suffer from acromegaly and, one week later, a massive heart attack. These trunks, found with the letters "MT/FA" stitched into the inner waistband, were snagged by Agent Brady Brown after the wrestler's funeral, which the trunks were on his body. Using the USS Eldridge Barometer, he mangeged to slip of the corpe's trunks and put on a similar set from a store, 5 minutes away, and escape with the trunks.

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