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Bray Wyatt (1987 - 2023). Windham Rotunda. Pro wrestler/sports entertainer. RIP.

"One of the most talented and creative sports entertainers of all time..in the pro wrestling category, with a focus on character development and creativity leading to and exploring rabbit holes the wild and wacky world of wrestling had not previously explored. He did it his way. Follow The Buzzards". - Greg Tingle, Media Man



Terry Funk, wrestling and entertainment legend passed away

Oh no. Terry Funk was absolutely one of the greatest professional wrestlers and sports entertainers of all time. A hell of a good actor also ('Roadhouse') etc..Former NWA champion, drew huge money in the U.S (Hulk Hogan etc), added more credibility to the WCW (with a great Ric Flair rivalry), legendary appearances and business in Japan, kept ECW going in its early days and was a stand out performer in wrestling for over four decades I understand. It may be closer to fifty years including on what one includes. Wrestled just about everyone, everywhere.. Has always been neck and neck with Harley Race for our GOAT. A hell of a great bloke we understand to boot. Words grapple to express the loss to the world of wrestling and larger sports and entertainment world. Thanks for the memories, enjoyment and action you gave the world. RIP legend.



Bruno Sammartino, pro wrestling original legend dead at 82, by Greg Tingle - 19th April 2018


Bruno Sammartino is dead.

For me, I learnt of this just hours ago having fired up coffee and computer at 6.30am, ready for another day in the competitive world of news media, tech and promotions. All over my sportsfeeds and Google alerts: Bruno is dead. I kept double checking in case it was a hoax - unfortunately it was not. Sammartino was one of my favorites, from when my late father introduced me to the mat game the mid 1970's. My respect and interest in Sammartino is such that I've made this my first news article of the day. The rest will have to wait. As some wrestling fans will remember the slogan, Bruno is Uno (number 1).

For many, he represented all that was good in sports and entertainment, and he was a shining example of what was the American Dream.

Through a series of miracles and sheer determination he escaped war torn Italy to build a new life in America.

Sammartino life and times amazing and fit for a movie

His life was so amazing that its worthy of a movie, if not a world class documentary, following the success of recent releases on other pro wrestling greats such as the late Andre The Giant, and 'Nature Boy' Ric Flair. Fortunately Mr. Flair is very much still with us and is alive and well, and as some wrestling insider may know Flair and the late Sammartino were able to patch things up over the last number of years after an apparent misunderstanding or lack of respect matter backstage. Sammartino, Flair and their contemporaries soon found out that many of pro wrestling real fights were out of the ring, be it with promoters, injuries, and just separating the fact from the fiction, and moving away from their in ring personal to get on with their real life - something many wrestlers have struggled with and was a contributing factor in the early passing away of wrestlers in the 80s and 90s. By necessity, the pro wrestling industry cleaned itself up and leading promoter Vince McMahon, top brass of the WWE, implemented the WWE Wellness Policy. This initiative has been credited to saving many lives. The WWE also works closely with wrestlers to help them achieve success after their in-ring careers are over, thus enabling a sustainable career for many when injures catches up with them. Sammartino never had a personal issue with drugs or alcohol, but did speak out about the once widespread issue in the industry. Mr. Flair, a current living legend of pro wrestling, was known to over indulge in vice for much of his career, and was able to survive a life threatening operation in his bowl region last year that was the result of years of over doing alcohol consumption. Flair's story 'Nature Boy' was released early this year by HBO.

Sammartino champion in and out of the ring

An Italian immigrant who was World Wide Wrestling Federation champion for a record 11 years in the 1960s and '70s, long before the promotion admitted that its matches were scripted and largely choreographed entertainment shows, died this past Wednesday at the age 82.

His death was announced on the WWE website, the promotion also known as World Wrestling Entertainment, the rebrand of the World Wide Wrestling Federation. No other details were provided, but a family friend and former wrestling announcer, Christopher Cruise, told media group The Associated Press that Sammartino had been hospitalized for two months. Sammartino lived in Pittsburgh, which is where he was billed from wrestling ring introductions.

He wrestled in Australia, Spain, Mexico, Canada and Japan, and often drew gates of 20,000 at New York's Madison Square Garden, where he had more than 200 matches.

Sammartino was not like most in pro wrestling. He was a soft-spoken and let his actions in the ring do most of his talking. Numerous media report he was a connoisseur of grand opera, in particularly Verdi. As an amateur athlete, he bench-pressed 565 pounds, he was an average size: under 6 feet tall and a trim 260 pounds, with bulging muscles. He was dwarfed by big men in the industry such as Gorilla Monsoon, Haystacks Calhoun, Killer Kowalski and Andre The Giant.

Sammartino never disputed that professional wrestling matches were fixed. But he hesitated at suggestions that he had ever taken a fall and said his injuries were proofs of his honesty.

“I would be a fool to tell you that there was no fixing,” he told The Washington Post in 1980 as his career wound down. “You ask if wrestling is for real? Well, I think my own body answers that question. I have broken more bones than any of the others — my neck, my collarbone, both arms, wrists, knuckles, all of my ribs, my back. A hairline fracture of the kneecap. My jaw has been wired and rewired. It’s incredible to think people would fake that.”

In 1989, Vince McMahon, the owner of WWE, acknowledged for the first time that its matches were not contests, only entertainment shows featuring story lines, scripts and sometimes high risk choreography. The admission was made to avoid taxes and licensing fees imposed by state athletic commissions.

Bruno Leopoldo Francesco Sammartino was born on Oct. 6, 1935, in central Italy, in the town of Pizzoferrato. He was the youngest of seven children of Alfonso and Emilia Sammartino. Four siblings did not survive childhood, such was the testing environment that the Sammartino's were born into.

In 1959, Sammartino signed a $250-a-week contract with Capitol Pro Wrestling, owned by Mr. McMahon and Joseph Mondt, and wrestled in Pennsylvania, New York and other U.S. states. Mr. McMahon and Mr. Mondt later formed the World Wide Wrestling Federation and awarded its heavyweight title to “Nature Boy” Buddy Rogers in April 1963.

A month later, Sammartino faced Rogers at Madison Square Garden for the title. Rogers was originally supposed to win. But in a story often told in wrestling circles, Sammartino wises up Rogers with a newsflash and reality check in the ring.

“We can do this the easy way, or the hard way,” Sammartino said. He defeated Rogers in 48 seconds, launching his championship career.

After his second reign came to an end in 1977, he wrestled on tours of duty. He retired in 1981 from full-time professional wrestling, although he later appeared in exhibition matches. A few of Sammartino's last matches were with Hercules, The Honky Tonk Man, Randy 'Macho Man' Savage and in-ring loud mouth 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper.

In 2013, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame to much fanfare. He had previously declined induction several times, dissatisfied with what he called lurid story lines, over-the-top theatrics and drug and steroid abuse by professional wrestlers. Around a year prior to induction he built a relationship and good line of communication with WWE executive Triple H, son-in-law to Mr. McMahon, and upon close investigation Sammartino was able to be satisfied that the company has changed for the better, both in-ring and behind the scenes.

Sammartino for many was regarded as a real life hero and what a pro wrestler or other sports champion should be. He had strong morals, was a true gentleman, and when it was time for action he went about it in a no nonsense way. A brawler, and with technical know how. A giant of the sports world who never forgot his roots and the legions of fans who helped keep him at the top of the game for the majority of his amazing career.

It is expected that the WWE will celebrate his life in upcoming television programming, as well as expand on his profile via the WWE Network and company website.

Sammartino's passing is worldwide news, and we with his family, friends and fellow fans well with the news of this legends death. Sammartino's legend lives on.


Bob Backlund; A true champion in and out of the professional wrestling ring

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by Greg Tingle

It's easy to respect a great wrestler - amateur, professional or both, and Mr. Backlund fits the bill. More than that, by all accounts he is a champion of a man and a real life role model.

Bob Backlund is an American retired professional wrestler with a formidable in-ring career spanning over 30 years.

The all round champion is best known for his campaigns in the World Wide Wrestling Federation/World Wrestling Federation (WWWF/WWF, later known as World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE), where he is a two-time WWWF/WWF Heavyweight Champion/WWF World Heavyweight Champion (Backlund's first reign is the second-longest reign in the title history, behind Bruno Sammartino's first), as well as being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013.

We're been a wrestling fan since 5 years of age, and Backlund fan since we first watched that infamous match against The Iron Sheik at Madison Square Garden. The match that took place on December 26, 1983 and was broadcast on Channel Nine's 'Wide World Of Sports' about one year later.

Backlund's style made me believe. It made me believe that pro wrestlers were tough, and that amateur wrestlers could take on and beat any other form of combat fighter. Since about age 10 I knew that professional wrestling was as much about show business as sport, but Backlund and a few contemporaries such as Harley Race, Terry Funk, Dory Funk Jr and Antonio Inoki brought a new and substantial credibility to the mat game. Of course later on the "monsters: such as Hulk Hogan dominated the landscape, and brought the business of pro wrestling - especially the WWE, to new financial levels and the marketing and media machine went into full on overdrive.

Why does Mr. Backlund get significant coverage via the Media Man Group websites? A number of reasons. We enjoy covering people and events of substance. Our history lays in journalism and media sales, long before we fully grasped for the media agency - sports agency world was all about. Mr Backlund is a real living legend of processional wrestling, in a rime when we have already lost quite a few. I also had the enjoyment and experience of watching some of Backlund's matches with my late father, 'Tricky' Ricky Tingle, who is the person who got me interested in the mat game in the beginning. Dad used to drive trucks on the Sydney Waterfront with the likes of George Barnes aka 'The Balmain' Tiger, who also wrestled a few times a month. George was a very good wrestler / worker, with a bit of a mean streak, and he took a lot of big bumps some of which remind me of the way Shawn Michaels used to bounce all over the ring. Back to Barnes, we even saw Barnes get dropped on his head at Manly-Warringah Leagues Club (Northern Beaches of Sydney) No doubt Barnes is still paying the price to this day.

To me, Backlund represents hard work, dedication, healthy living, love of one's country and respect.

He later crossed over (pun intended) to a more "sports entertainment" style, by being a good guy, made him a bad guy aka villain, in the eyes of many fans. Part of him straight laced good guy (but heel to fans) was due to him preaching about morals and making fans recite the names of the American presidents. I guess that will work with most pro wrestling fans in America.

There's so much that could be written about this great man, but right at the moment, I don't have the time to write the thousands of words he's due. The good news is that Backlund does have a book which you can find out more about on his website.

We don't interview that many pro wrestlers these days, as we have a lot on just running our company and focussing on our core business (advertising - media sales), project management and media campaigns, but this is one interesting and newsworthy individual, and I think it's worth an approach. He would be in good company with his contemporaries such as Harley Race and Killer Kowalski. Mr Backlund is already in some of the same articles, mainly about greatness and respect in wrestling and combat sports, so anything else would be a bonus. I also love Backlund's never say die attitude and message about hard work and respect, also echoed by my late father, and these principals have served me well in my career and overall life.

When real life role models are becoming increasingly more difficult to find, we've been delighted to shine a light on this great man today. Public thank you Mr. Bob Backlund for all of which you have given to the great sport of professional wrestling over the years. Anything you ever got out of it was earned. As wrestling fans sometimes chant, you deserve it.





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Weirdest WWE Wrestling Attires

What were they thinking? Apparently, not much. Wrestling has so many great stars and so many fans are drawn by the great talent and entertainment. However, some wrestling stars have weird dress sense. In fact, some of the costumes that have been worn inside the rind have been downright ridiculous and wacky. Here are some of the top 5 weird costumes to look at when you take a break from online casino gaming.

John Cena

Now, I don't really have a problem with Cena's look per se, but it's pretty bad as a wrestling gear. He's a grown man who wears Jorts and too many sweatbands. His attire makes him look like a ten-year-old. When you make fun of the "jorts" you have on, that's a problem.

Max Moon

This wrestler actually spent a whole eight months in this disgusting costume. Covered with circuitry and a pyrotechnic gun during his approach to the ring, the attire was just terrible, we must say. It was too colorful to take the character seriously. Frankly, it was a very expensive but cheap-looking attire.

The Rock

Seriously, what were the costume designers thinking? It seemed like all they did was put a piece of cloth on this man and let him go into the ring. To make everything worse, he had knee pads that were ridiculously bulky. This look marked him out in the eye of many of the WWF fans, including best USA high roller casinos fans.


We get it; he was supposed to be this almighty powerful Oz from the Emerald City. Guess it explains his all lime green tights. But, was it necessary to come to the ring in an old man rubber mask too? We really think that this is one of those ugliest wrestling attires to have ever been made. Whoever made this outfit deserved to be fired!