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The Crusher (Wrestling) - TV Tropes

Reginald Lisowski (July 11, 1926 – October 22, 2005) was an American Professional Wrestler from Milwaukee, WI as The Crusher. He is best known for his work in the Midwest, particularly for the AWA, from the 1950s until he retired in the 1980s. He is especially known for …

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Reginald Lisowski, born and raised in South Milwaukee, was a professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, The Crusher (sometimes Crusher Lisowski to distinguish him from other Crushers.)

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MOUNT PLEASANT — Just when the legacy of Reggie "Da Crusher" Lisowski was about to be counted out, Chris Smith, Mount Pleasant's village attorney, entered the ring and saved it.

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Da Crusher This is a fundraising campaign to create and install a life-sized (or larger than life) bronze statute of Reggie “‘Da Crusher†Lisowski in his hometown of South Milwaukee, WI.

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Oct 22, 2005· Lisowski continued to have tag team success throughout the remainder of the 1950s, often paired with his wrestling "brother" Stan Lisowski. By 1959, he was being billed as "Crusher" Lisowski, which legend came from a promoter's off-hand comment that he "just crushes everybody." Until early 1965, Crusher was a heel (hated bad guy) in the AWA.

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Mar 27, 2019· Reggie "Da Crusher" Lisowski. Casting a bronze statue of Da Crusher. Like a wrestler taunting a crowd, the sculpture being crafted knows how to tease a room full of people.

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Reginald Lisowski Ring names The Crusher Reggie Lisowski Crusher Lisowski Crusher Machine Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Weight 252 lb (113 kg) Born July 11, 1926(1926-07-11 ) Birth Place South Milwaukee, Wisconsin Died October 22, 2005 (aged 79) Billed …

The Crusher Statue Unveiling At 'CrusherFest' In South ...

Late pro wrestling legend Reggie "Da Crusher" Lisowski has been immortalized by the city of Milwaukee. This past week, the unveiling of a statue in honor of the late pro wrestling legend who had a historic career that spanned over five decades across 40 years, was unveiled at the special two-day CrusherFest festivities in South Milwaukee.

Crusher - OWW - Online World of Wrestling

October 22, 2005: Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski passed away at the age of 79.. November 11, 2005–Wisconsin Organized Wrestling: Bobby Heenan did a Q&A and told stories about The Crusher.. ~~~At the end of the show, all the wrestlers came out to the …

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Oct 28, 2005· The obituary for wrestler Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski, which ran Oct. 28, gave an incorrect first name for a wrestling authority quoted in the story. He is …

The Crusher (wrestler) - Wikipedia

May 27, 2018· The Crusher Death – Brain Tumor 1926-2005 (Age 79) Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski was one of wrestling's true working-class heroes, a tough guy who drank beer, smoked cigars, and kicked ass wherever he went.

'Da Crusher' statue unveiled in South Milwaukee - wisn.com

Jun 09, 2019· It now stands at 11th and Milwaukee Avenues in South Milwaukee.Da Crusher, whose real name is Reggie Lisowski, died in 2005. The statue was part of a months-long campaign to raise money, and keep ...

The Crusher - wrestlingmuseum.com

The Crusher By Steve Slagle Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski was one of the toughest and most popular personalities in wrestling during the second half of the 20 th century, battering and bruising his helpless opponents to the delight of his legions of working-class fans for over twenty years. He first established a reputation as one of the elite brawlers in the sport during the late 1950's and ...

The Crusher (wrestler) - Wikipedia

Reginald Lisowski (July 11, 1926 – October 22, 2005) was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, The Crusher (sometimes Crusher Lisowski to distinguish him from other Crushers, such as Crusher Blackwell).In his obituary, The Washington Post described him as "a professional wrestler whose blue-collar bona fides made him beloved among working class fans for 40 …

The Crusher (wrestler) - Wikipedia

In seguito, Lisowski dichiarò di aver fatto più soldi in questo modo che in tutti gli anni passati nella federazione di Verne Gagne. Nel 1986 lottò sporadicamente nel tag team The Machines con il nome di Crusher Machine. L'ultimo incontro di The Crusher ebbe luogo nel corso di un house show della WWF svoltosi ad Omaha il 15

Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski (1926-2005) - Find A Grave ...

Oct 22, 2005· Lisowski was inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame with his most famous tag-team partner, the late Dick "The Bruiser" Afflis. The pair collected five American Wrestling Association world tag titles. The Crusher, paired with other wrestlers, won three more. He also won the AWA's world heavyweight title three times.

A statue of The Crusher in the wrestler's beloved South ...

Feb 02, 2018· Crusher's daughter, Dawn Lisowski of Cudahy, agrees that a busy spot in the heart of South Milwaukee would be best. She would like to see her …

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Feb 01, 2019· Da Bronze Crusher may not have the same ring to it as The Bronze Fonz, but it's happening thanks to the City Attorney of South Milwaukee, …

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Oct 23, 2005· In another commercial, The Crusher bent a tire in half. "Not many people can do that," David Lisowski said. The Crusher teamed up with William "Dick The Bruiser" Afflis and won a number of tag-team titles. Lisowski also participated in what people said was the first cage match ever, in which The Crusher took on Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon.

Bronze Crusher statue revealed at Crusherfest - jsonline.com

Jun 08, 2019· South Milwaukee Mayor Erik Brooks (left) and Larry Lisowski pose with the bronze statue of Reggie "Da Crusher" Lisowski at Crusherfest on June 8 in South Milwaukee. Larry Lisowski is Da Crusher's son.

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The Crusher earned his body with hard work. (The beer belly later in his career was well earned too!) In 1959, Lisowski made the transformation to Da Crusher, and his catchphrase became "How 'bout ...

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Jun 19, 2019· Lisowski died of a brain tumour at the age of 79. [Read the Washington Post's Obituary: Reggie "The Crusher" Lisowski Dies] Organizers and city officials anticipated approximately 5,000 people to join in the celebration of "The Wrestler Who Made Milwaukee Famous."

Crusher in Pittsburgh | Steel Belt Wrestling

Crusher Lisowski liked to say he was the man who made Milwaukee famous. But for a brief time in the early 1960s, he did his damndest to put Pittsburgh wrestling on the map, as well.

The Crusher's legacy lives on - OnMilwaukee

Feb 08, 2009· Lisowski's sons, Larry and David, wrestled at South Milwaukee High School. His opponents always wanted to beat "the Crusher's son," and he was a fixture at those matches, cheering his sons on from ...

5 Things You Didn't Know About Da Crusher, Milwaukee's ...

Reginald Lisowski, better known as The Crusher, was a beer-guzzling, cigar-smoking, blond-locked, proud Polish-American who became one of the faces of professional wrestling in the days before Hulk Hogan or John Cena. 1) Remembered in Bronze.

Remembering 'The Crusher': Group wants to honor South ...

The Crusher!'" said one of his daughters, Dawn Lisowski. "But we called him dad." His real name was Reginald Lisowski. He was a bricklayer from South Milwaukee and a true family man. He was ...