Friday, February 2, 2018

Fun Fact Friday: Bull Bronson

Bull Bronson
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
@kevinhunsperger & @my123cents on Twitter

There aren't many guys bigger than Bull Bronson in the world of professional wrestling. It's safe to say he's the biggest and maybe the meanest of the guys on the Stride Pro Wrestling roster, although I'd like to see what Roger Matheus thinks of that statement...

Bull vs. Farmer
Courtesy: Jason Wilkey
I first met Bull in 2011 as a part of All American Pro Wrestling. In AAPW, Bull was the definition of a monster heel. He battled fan favorites like Farmer Billy Hills, the Mississippi Madman and eventually won the Pro Wrestling Collision championship from Heath Hatton. Now Bull is a part of the Stride Pro Wrestling roster and hearing the cheers from the fans. I wanted to share more about this veteran of the ring, so here are a few fun facts about Bull Bronson.

1. He is technically a second generation wrestler. His mom was a pro mud wrestler in the 1980s. She was known as Killer Anita. 

2. Ring of Honor and TNA star Jay Lethal taught Bull how to throw dropkicks. That's an impressive feat for a man who is north of 400 pounds.

3. One time Bull broke his chest in half but was back in the ring within four months.

Bull has his sights set on Stride Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion Jay Spade. The two will battle Saturday night in the multipurpose gym on the campus of John A. Logan College in Carterville. Bell time is 6:30 p.m.

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