Frankie Pryor Boxer Aaron Pryor’s Wife

Frankie Pryor

Frankie Pryor is the loving, caring and beautiful wife of Aaron Pryor, he must be remember as the the legendary World Junior Welterweight Champion and Hall of Famer known by his nickname The Hawk.

Aaron passed away on October 9, 2016 at the age of 60 from a heart disease in Ohio.

To summarize, the carer of the Hawk, we can tell you in the first place that he was born on October 20, 1955 in Cincinnati, Ohio. As an amateur boxer he recorded 204 wins and 16 losses.

He won the National AAU Lightweight Championship in 1973 and 1974 and a silver medal at the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico.

After turning pro on November 11, 1976 he defeated Larry Smith by KO in the second round. At the time, he was under the management of Buddy LaRosa and training with Raymond Cartier.

In summary as a pro he recorded 39 wins (35 by KO), 1 loss. He first retired alongside longtime rival Alexis Arguello from Nicaragua after their final bout in April, 1983. Although, retirement didn’t last long and by May, 1984 he was back. His second retirement came on December 4, 1990.

Frankie Pryor

Aaron Pryor and his wife Frankie lived together for over 25 incredible years; they were blessed with the incredible children. Aaron Jr who like his famous father is a boxer, Antwan Harris and daughter Elizabeth Ann Wagner born in January, 1975.

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Frankie Pryor was born Frankie Lynn Wagner on January 1, 1954. For the most part was of their time together, Frankie Pryor was her husband’s partner.

Ultimately got married on June 5, 2003 at the Courtyard of Champions events amphitheater.

Todd Rouse, Canastota Mayor performed the ceremony, their son Aaron Jr. was best man, while Elizabeth was one of the maids of honor.

Besides Frankie and their children, Aaron Pryor is survived by his three grandsons Adam, Austin and Aaron Pryor III. Accordingly to Frankie, her husband was surrounded by his family when he died early Sunday at their home in Cincinnati.