Memphis Wrestling TV Host Corey Maclin Dead at 43, Dies In Car Accident In Mississippi

Corey Maclin Radio, TV, Wrestling Personality Dies In Car Accident

Corey Maclin, 43, the voice and television host of Memphis Wrestling, radio and a former sportscaster and TV personality died on Tuesday in a car accident.

Maclin was pronounced dead on the scene after his car swerved and rolled into oncoming traffic throwing him from the vehicle as he drove southbound on I-55 just south of Sardis around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 30.

Maclin who began his career first hosting programs at around the age of 13 years-old at local churches, venues and by participating in the community, moved on to become a sought-after personality who ended up working as an on-air radio personality for KFTH 107.1, which led to him being promoted and working as program/news director at WLOK at the age of 18, the youngest in Memphis.

As he continued his growth, Corey Maclin became a renowned voice for Memphis radio, TV commercials and a sports anchor for ABC24 now Local24, and later moved on to politics while still promoting wrestling and working with the likes of Jerry King Lawler.

Corey Maclin leaves behind a wife, Carmela Maclin, and their six children.

R.I.P Corey Maclin: A happy, bubbly person and jokester who will truly be missed. Our condolences go out to his family.

  
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