Dallas Morning News – July 15, 1999
By Cody Monk
Even in death, Frank Goodish didn’t follow the beaten path.
It was 11 years ago this week that Goodish, better known as Bruiser Brody, was stabbed while in the shower at Bayoman Stadium in San Juan. He died a day later.
Jose Gonzales was charged with the murder but acquitted later when witnesses refused to testify.
The motive behind Brody’s death remains a mystery. To those who knew him well, however, the way he died was not surprising. Continue reading
The Miami News – April 8, 1976
Dusty Rhodes beat Terry Funk in a Texas bull rope match last night in the main event of the professional wrestling matches at Miami-Dade Community College North. Continue reading
Posted in 1976
Tagged Abe Jacobs, Ali Pasha, Bill Dromo, Billy Robinson, Bob Orton, Bob Orton Jr., Bruiser Brody, Dusty Rhodes, Frank Goodish, Jeff Ports, Jerry Brisco, Missouri Mauler, Pak Song, Rocky Smith, Terry Funk, The Assassin, Tom Jones
Orlando Sentinel – June 6, 1985
By Creig Ewing
Wildwood High School will play host to a National Wrestling Alliance professional wrestling card tonight at 8 in the school gym. The featured match is between Chief Wahoo McDaniel and Bruiser Brody. Also on the card are Hector Guerrero vs. Wild Bill Irwin and a tag-team match pitting Jesse Barr and Rick Rude against Bugsy McGraw and Tiger Conway Jr. Tickets are $7 for ringside seats and $5 for general admission. They are available at the school office and the door. Proceeds will benefit the school basketball program.
Beaver County Times – July 25, 2002
1. The Undertaker
2. Rob Van Dam
3. Brock Lesnar
4. Kurt Angle
5. Jamie Noble
6. Eddie Guerrero
8. Booker T
9. Ken Shamrock, NWA-TNA
10. Jeff Hardy
Look for: Eric Bischoff to recruit many “Smackdown!” superstars and feud with some of his old WCW wrestlers. Continue reading
Posted in 2002
Tagged Al Madril, Bill Goldberg, Black Bart, Booker T, Brian Adias, Brock Lesnar, Bruiser Brody, Eddie Guerrero, Eric Bischoff, Jamie Noble, Jeff Hardy, Jesse Ventura, Johnny the Bull, Ken Shamrock, Kevin Nash, Kevin Von Erich, Kurt Angle, NWA-TNA, Rick Steiner, Rob Van Dam, Shawn Michaels, Test, The Fantastics, Tommy Rogers, Triple H, Undertaker, WWE
D Magazine – March, 1981
By Mike Shropshire
You wake up a couple of hours before dawn, feeling drained and strung out from the savage dream which seemed as if it wouldn’t end. Continue reading
Posted in 1981
Tagged Bruiser Brody, Chief Billy White Cloud, David Von Erich, Fritz Von Erich, Gary Hart, Gino Hernandez, Great Kabuki, Jose Lothario, Kerry Von Erich, Raul Castro, Steve Miller, Tim Brooks