The Machines (professional wrestling)
On a house show in St. Paul, Minnesota the Machines even got the help of Crusher Machine, pinning John Studd to gain the victory for his team. On October 28, The Machines wrestled their last match under that gimmick, a loss to Bundy and Studd. This also marked the last appearance as a manager in the WWF for Lou Albano for several years.
Reginald Lisowski | Pro Wrestling | Fandom
Officially Crusher''s last match was for the WWF in 1988, but Crusher still found himself involved in wrestling throughout the 1990s. World Championship Wrestling (WCW) elected him to their Hall of Fame in 1994, and in 1998 he made an appearance alongside Maurice Vachon at WWF''s Over the Edge PPV held in Milwaukee.
Professional Wrestling | George "the Animal" Steele
The Biography of George "The Animal" Steele Burt Ruby, the wrestling promoter in Michigan during the 50''s, 60''s and 70''s, was the mentor of George The Animal Steele.Burt was the mentor of many super stars including The Sheik, Killer Kowalski, Bobo Brazil, Abdula The Butcher, Leaping Larry Chene, Ricky The Crusher Cortez and Igor.
Dick the Bruiser
William Fritz Afflis (June 27, 1929 – November 10, 1991) was an American professional wrestler and football player, better known by his ring name, Dick the Bruiser.He was a fifteen-time world champion in professional wrestling, having held the AWA World Heavyweight Championship, the WWA World Heavyweight Championship (Indianapolis version) thirteen times and the WWA World Heavyweight ...
The World''s Elephants Can''t Wait | Stories | WWF
· WWF''s Jan Vertefeuille at the ivory crush in New York City''s Times Square. An emotional undertaking I watched as people wiped tears from their eyes viewing the piles of carved ivory ready to go in the crusher in the Square.
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Crusher Verdu (w/ Lou Albano) defeated F World Champion Bruno Sammartino at 22:43 when referee Edward Gersh stopped the bout as a result of a gash over Sammartino''s eye F @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - July 10, 1970 (20,982; sell out; new attendance record) Little Beaver & Jamaica Kid defeated Billy the Kid & Frenchy Lamont
Remembering the Past: ''Big O'' Bob Orton Sr. was ''wrestler ...
· Inevitably, The Crusher''s forceful personality, which emerged through his famous tough-guy TV promos, prompted a move to singles'' status. And it decidedly paid off in his favor.
WWF House Show (Aug 3, 87'') | Pro Wrestling | Fandom
The WWF House Show is a House show produced by the World Wrestling Federation on August 3, 1987 at the Winnipeg Arena in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match. Bob Orton Jr. defeated Steve Lombardi Brutus Beefcake defeated Greg Valentine (w/Johnny V) via DQ Kamala defeated Outback Jack Baron von Raschke defeated The Magnificent Muraco via DQ …
5 Things You Didn''t Know About Da Crusher, Milwaukee''s ...
· Before the WWE created a national audience for single wrestling events, most promotions were regionally based. There was the WWF, Maple Leaf Wrestling, WWA, the Japan Pro Wrestling Alliance and dozens of smaller promoters in the business. The Crusher worked for seemingly all of them, collecting 29 titles in his career. Crusher was a lifelong ...
The Crusher cuts up Mad Dog Vachon
· January 27 1971, AWA All Star Wrestling. Crusher Lisowski saves Édouard Carpentier from Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon and Paul "The Butcher" Vachon and puts the d...
The Crusher''s legacy lives on
· Crusher was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame in 1994 and occasionally worked on WWF pay-per-view shows, including a well-known 1998 event in Milwaukee, where he got into a ringside scuffle with ...
The Crusher (wrestler)
· October 1986 - Two of wrestling''s greatest performers join forces for one night only to take on Bobby Heenan''s team of Big John Studd and King Kong Bundy at ...
Crossing Enemy Lines: The WWF''s ''Minnesota Massacre'' in ...
· The WWF held their first show in Bloomington, Minnesota at the famed Met Center. A week prior to the WWF event, the AWA did a show at the Met Center. It featured an AWA world title match between the champion Nick Bockwinkel against the challenger of the Crusher. The AWA show garnered an attendance of over 8,000 fans.
WWF Over the Edge 5/31/1998 – Wrestling Recaps
· The highlight of the match is Paul Bearer waddling around with Vader''s mask on after the finish. Other than that, Kane continues on up the WWF ladder and is elevated into major storylines next month. Grade: 2 *** WWF honors Mad Dog Vachon and The Crusher, two former AWA legends. Crusher gets a huge pop, as he''s a Milwaukee native.
The Crusher interview
· From 1978 Roger Kent interviews Crusher Lisowski
WWF Wrestling November 1989
Classic WWF Superstars of Wrestling & Wrestling Challenge with a slight twist of Prime Time Wrestling taking the best bits of all shows creating 1 huge story...
AWA All-Star Wrestling (TV Series 1972–1990)
AWA All-Star Wrestling: With Scott Hall, Reginald Lisowski, Curt Hennig, Gene Okerlund. Syndicated series featuring wrestling matches as promoted by the American Wrestling Association (AWA).
John Anthony Tenta Jr. (June 22, 1963 – June 7, 2006) was a Canadian professional wrestler and sumo wrestler best known for his work in the World Wrestling Federation as Earthquake, though initially known as Canadian Earthquake.After a promising start to his sumo career, using the name Kototenzan, Tenta switched to professional wrestling and became a high-profile star for the WWF, feuding ...
AWA All-Star Wrestling (TV Series 1972–1990)
AWA All-Star Wrestling (TV Series 1972–1990) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
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· On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 6, 1984, Verne Gagne''s American Wrestling Association held a televised House Show at the Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena in Green Bay, Wisconsin. On this show The Crusher & Baron Von Raschke won the prestigious AWA World Tag Team Championship from "The Sheiks" Jerry Blackwell & Ken Patera.
The Fattest Wrestlers in History | Bleacher Report ...
· Crusher Blackwell. 8 of 21. ... Well, it''s the Big Show. In the later part of his career, Big Show is wrestling better than he had since first coming to WCW and challenging Hulk Hogan for the ...
Top 15 Worst Wrestlers of the ''70s | TheSportster
· 14 George Gulas. via wrestlingnewscenter.blogspot . George Gulas got over, more over than he should have, but hey it''s the ''70s. You can''t talk about wrestling in the ''70s if you don''t mention the name Gulas. George was the son of National Wrestling Alliance Mid America region promoter Nick Gulas.
WWE Power Rankings: The 25 Greatest Superstars of the ''60s ...
· The Baron enjoyed a great career with the F in the ''60s and in the ''70s as one of the top heels. He was a master user of foreign objects and one of the best ever to sell opponents'' moves.
THE CRUSHER REGGIE LISOWSKI PASSED AWAY | WrestlingFigs
The AWA, beginning to lose ground to the WWF, began a youth movement and abandoned its most beloved performer. Ironically, the WWF was more than happy to use The Crusher on their shows, especially in cities where the fans were familiar with him from his AWA days. The Crusher wrestled for the WWF sparingly for several years, finally competing in ...
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WWF World Tag Team Title: Davey Boy Smith & The Crusher [Replacement for The Dynamite Kid] (c) defeat The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart) WWF House Show - House Show @ Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois, USA
WWF House Show (Mar 16, 87'' ) | Pro Wrestling | Fandom
The WWF House Show is a House show produced by the World Wrestling Federation on March 16, 1987 at the McNichols Arena in Denver, Colorado. (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.Jim Duggan defeated Iron Mike Sharpe Tom Zenk defeated Greg Valentine via DQ Rick Martel fought Brutus Beefcake to a time-limit draw King Kong Bundy defeated Billy Jack Haynes via count …
WWF Federation title defeating The Big Show (January 3, 2000 - RAW); WWF Federation title defeating The Rock (May 21, 2000 - Judgment Day); WWF Intercontinental title defeating Chris Jericho (April 5, 2001 - Smackdown!);
Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon | WWE
Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon: Bio. One of the most unorthodox characters in sports-entertainment history, Mad Dog Vachon terrorized opponents, officials and fans for four decades and made a lasting mark as a brutal competitor and a true original. Born in a working class district of Montreal in 1929, Maurice Vachon was a standout grappler from a ...
History | WWF
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. (WWF)—the U.S. appeal—became the second national organization to be formed in 1961. The giant panda becomes the logo for WWF. h. Launch of WWF at the Royal Society of Arts, London, September 28, 1961. From left to right: Peter Scott, Lord Hurcomb holding a panda, Julian Huxley and Jean Baer.
WWF Superstars (TV Series 1986–1999)
WWF Superstars: With Vince McMahon, Bret Hart, Ted DiBiase, Shawn Michaels. Syndicated series featuring the stars of the World Wrestling Federation. Featuring wrestling matches, interviews and updates on ongoing feuds and upcoming events.
The Crusher''s legacy lives on
· Crusher was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame in 1994 and occasionally worked on WWF pay-per-view shows, including a well-known 1998 event in …
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The Crusher (wrestler)
The Crusher''s last match was at a WWF house show in Omaha on February 15, 1988. He replaced Billy Jack Haynes to team with Ken Patera and face Demolition, who were disqualified when Mr. Fuji tripped Crusher with a cane about three minutes in.
AWA American Wrestling Association (1967
The Crusher vs. Hard Boiled Haggerty . when Haggerty hit Crusher with an announcer''s microphone stand outside the ring Mad Dog Vachon vs. Luke Brown 2/3 Dutch Savage vs. Rene Goulet . in 14:00 Al Tomko vs. Great Dane (sub Big K) in 12:00 Bob Tuck vs. Cry Baby Wilf Caron in 19:00. 2/17/68 – Perryville Pat O''Connor vs. Big K. 2/17/68 – St ...
AWA American Wrestling Association (1971
If Crusher vs.s Lanza in 20 minutes, he gets 5 minutes with Bobby Heenan The Crusher vs. Blackjack Lanza . in 13:00 then Bobby Heenan vs. The Crusher . when Crusher & Lanza started brawling Hercules Cortez vs. Lars Anderson Red Bastien vs. Larry Hennig . Bull Bullinski vs. Butcher Vachon Nick Bockwinkel vs. Bob Tuck Bob Jones vs. Dave Muir
Spike Huber, who had a short WWF stint in ''84, is Dick the ...
· Written by bostongardenbalcony Posted in WWF personalities Tagged with Crusher, Dick the Bruiser, Spike Huber 17 comments. May 26, 2019 - 2:19 pm Ray Man. I loved Spike. I remember when he was a tag team with Paul Christy Until Paul turned against him. I think that was the late 70s early 80s He was dubbed Hercules Huber later on Bob Luce wrestling. which at the time was all star …
The Machines | Pro Wrestling | Fandom
The Machines were a professional wrestling stable that performed in the World Wrestling Federation in 1986 and 1987. The team consisted of well-known WWF wrestlers working under masks which strongly resembled that worn by Super Strong Machine (Japanese wrestler Junji Hirata) in New Japan Pro Wrestling at the time. The gimmick was very much tongue-in-cheek, as the identities of the masked …
The Man Who Made Milwaukee Famous · MPL
Everybody loved The Crusher and his ''100 Megaton Biceps''. When Vince McMahon started to gobble up the old wrestling territories with the rise of the WWF, The Crusher stayed in the Midwest. Eventually he''d work some matches in Milwaukee and Minnesota for the WWF, but the Crusher didn''t really ever take the national stage.
The one, the only, Da Crusher remembered
· Of all the grapplers who participated in the "grunt and groan" show, there was no one more colorful than Milwaukee''s own Reggie "Da Crusher" Lisowski, who …
A Moment in Time: Lou Thesz Wins a WWF Battle Royal | Ring ...
· However, the WWF show in New Jersey on Monday 16 November 1987 did feature a memorable moment: namely wrestling legend Lou Thesz winning a battle royal. That''s the focus of this latest ''A Moment in Time'' piece. Aloysius Martin Thesz, known to the world of wrestling as Lou Thesz, is one of the most respected performers in the history of ...
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