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Martin hopes to fire up WCHS wrestling
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If new Warren County High School wrestling coach Stephen Martin ever wants to turn up the heat on his team, all he’ll need to do is break out his old routine in the ring.Martin, also known as Lord Frost in his professional wrestling career, has brought his 20-year background to Pioneer wrestling as he took over the program from longtime coach Matt Turner over the offseason.Martin is a blast from the past for the Pioneers as he returns for the 20th year of the program’s history. Martin was on the original team in 1992-93 and he made history during his two-year wrestling career in Warren County.Martin was the first wrestler from Warren County to qualify for the state tournament, as he and Bo Ramsey both went to the state in 1994. Martin punched his ticket in the heavyweight division 10 minutes before Ramsey and forever linked his name to the program.While Martin has a prolific background in high school wrestling, his 17-year career as Lord Frost in professional wrestling has piqued the interest of his team.Martin was best known for his entrance, where he breathes fire on his way to the ring.