Dick The Bruiser William Fritz Afflis (June 27, – November 10, ) was an American professional wrestler and football player, better known by his ring name, Dick the Bruiser. Born. Mar 26, · On Dick Afflis, a teammate and fellow lineman in who was more famous for his pro wrestling career as "Dick The Bruiser:" "He was one of them that .
Jan 04, · Dick the Bruiser was a natural heel with his gravely voice, burly body, and ability to administer and receive tremendous amounts of punishment. Unfortunately, the Bruiser’s temper and lack of restraint got him into trouble from time to time. One such incident occurred in Capitol Wrestling (the precursor to the WWWF) at Madison Square Garden. Dick Afflis, Actor: The Escapist. Dick Afflis was born on June 27, in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA as William Richard Afflis. He was an actor, known for The Escapist (), Wrestling at the Chase () and SuperClash '85 (). He died on November 10, in Tampa, Florida, USA.
Bruiser Afflis, Dick Afflis, Dick the Bruiser: Familiy Ties: Dick the Bruiser was the father of Karl Afflis and the former father-in-law of Spike Huber. Trainer Was trained by Joe Pazandak and Verne Gagne. Students: Trained Prince Pullins and Princess Jasmine. Finisher: Diving Knee Drop: Tag Teams: Annihilation Inc with Bruno Sammartino (as. Dick suffered a massive heart attack on November 10, following a daily workout as he was training for a comeback in the ring at the age of I had the opportunity to know Dick the Bruiser both in and out of the ring. He was a man that demanded respect and gave back that same respect if .
John Michael Carney (born April 20, ) is a former American football xbreast.xyz was signed by the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent in He played college football at Notre Dame.. Carney was also a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Rams, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, and New York Giants. Nov 19, · Dick the Bruiser was a legitimate star, and Indianapolis loved him. Former late-night talk-show host David Letterman, who was from Indianapolis, .