The Brooklyn Daily Eagle – March 7, 1928
Renato Gardini and Fred Meyers wrestled for 40 minutes at the New Ridgewood Grove last night with neither having any perceptible advantage. Then Meyers suddenly surprised Gardini by grabbing him by the scruff of the neck and hurling him sidewise across the ring.
Gardini arose, scowling, and met Meyers’ attack by encircling his arms about the body of the Jewish champion. Meyers was lifted over Gardini’s head and thrown to the mat. The bout was to have been to a finish.Continue reading