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
Long Island Star-Journal – June 8, 1960
Bruno Sammartino defeated Antonio the Great in the pro wrestling feature at Sunnyside Garden last night. Red and Lou Bastien, U.S. tag team champions, won over Lou Albano and Swede Hansen. Continue reading
Posted in 1960
Tagged Antonio the Great, Bruno Sammartino, Eugenio Marin, Fritz Meller, Fritz Wallick, Lou Albano, Lou Bastien, Miguel Torres, Moose Cholak, Pampero Firpo, Red Bastien, Swede Hansen, Sweet Daddy Siki, Tony Martinelli
Orlando Sentinel – July 15, 2001
By Ric Russo
ESPN Classic Professional Wrestling Features Footage From The Heydays Of The Rough-and-tumble Giants.
Are you a fan of “old-school” professional wrestling?
Do you yearn for the days when grapplers with monikers such as Killer Kowalski, Moose Cholak, Gorgeous George and Andre the Giant ruled the ring? Continue reading
Warsaw Times-Union – April 3, 1964
A tag team championship wrestling match sponsored by the North Webster Lions club is scheduled to be held Friday evening, April 10 at 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Continue reading