Utica Daily Press – September 26, 1963
Wrestling Promoter Pedro Martinez will present midget wrestlers in a special feature to the Hans Schmidt – The Beast clash in Utica Memorial Auditorium Saturday Night.
The pint-size matman, Lord Littlebrook, and Bull Brummelt, at 99 pounds the “heaviest” of the midgets in present day wrestling, have been signed. Continue reading
Globe & Mail – September 24, 1965
By Steve York
They call it all-in wrestling in Britain and a look at the ending of the main bout at Maple Leaf Gardens last night showed why. There was Gene Kiniski…
What? The result? Oh, that was a draw between Whipper Watson and Kiniski. The 11 o’clock curfew halted the one-fall match for the British Empire heavyweight championship at 30:32 and referee Tiger Tasker ruled the outcome a draw. That meant Watson retained the title. Continue reading
Toledo Blade – December 10, 1959
Bobo Brazil and Lord Layton won the final two falls in their tag team match to defeat Fritz and Waldo Von Erich in the headliner on the professional wrestling card last night before about 1,800 fans in the Sports Arena.
In other bouts, Mike Valentino defeated Lee Henning in 14 minutes, Don Lewin and Roughhouse Haggerty battled to a 20 minutes draw and Ilio DiPalo bested Chief Cheweke in 16 minutes.