My “pal Sal” put it all together (and thanks to Rob Russen as well) and DDP and ME were the hosts. What a great memory … Read more.
I recently announced that after a lot of discussion with Bruno Sammartino he has agreed to start taking appearance requests. We don’t expect that Bruno will be making many appearances but we are open to the discussion at this time…
By “The Big Cheese” Sal Corrente Read more.
It’s time I expressed MY true feelings … Read more.
Bruno Sammartino Among the Many Wrestling
Legends to Appear at Deaf Wrestlefest on April 29
Bushwhacker Luke, Dominic DeNucci and One-Legged Superstar Zach Gowan
also Slated to Appear at Western PA School for the Deaf Fundraiser Read more.
By “The Big Cheese” Sal Corrente
WrestleReunion Founder Read more.
On January 18, 1971 the world was stunned when WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino lost the title to Ivan Koloff at Madison Square Garden. Amazingly though Sammartino saw this as a God-send. He had held the title since May 1963 after thrashing “Nature Boy” Buddy Rogers in just 61 seconds at MSG (the “old” MSG where the ’71 match was at the “new” MSG) and needed a break to spend time with his family and to let his body heal. This interview was just a few months after the title loss — during his return to MSG — and I was there with my tape recorder and got this exclusive interview! Read more.
“All rumors about Bruno Sammartino passing away are false…” Read more.
When Bruno Sammartino announced his retirement from personal appearances outside of the Pittsburgh area, I was not happy about it, but I accepted it. Since we started running WrestleReunion events, I could always count on Bruno to appear for us. When he announced he was retiring from traveling, I asked him to do one more appearance … Read more.