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Brent Campbell wrote (2012): In 1970, Crusher had a decent main event run in the WWWF against Bruno Sammartino. He even won his first MSG match withBruno, due to a blood stoppage. In fact, one of their first matches was one of thefirst legit wrestling sell-outs in Madison Square Garden for nearly 5years. (Part of this was due to WWWF finally obtaining a time slot for their weekly TV show in the NYC market)

From Wikipedia’s Lou Albano page: Albano’s first high-profile protege was Oscar “Crusher” Verdu. Albanoemphasized Verdu’s physique and insisted that he had never been taken off his feet during a match. The result was a Madison Square Garden sellout when Verdufaced Sammartino in June 1970, the first for the company in five years and athen-record gate for a wrestling event in that arena. The record lasted only a month, when a rematch brought in over $85,000in ticket receipts

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After playing fullback in high school, Lisowski served in the Army, picking up some wrestling skills while stationed in Germany. After returning home, he furthered his wrestling training, making his professional debut in 1949

Lisowski got his first break when promoter Fred Kohler hired him for his wrestling program on the Dumont Network. Television had launched a Golden Age of Wrestling in the early 1950’s, which allowed Lisowski to gain national exposure as a heel. By the time the national wrestling craze ended, Lisowski had established himself as a star

Lisowski was paired with his storyline cousin Dick the Bruiser, forming a tag team more akin to a force of nature. The destructive duo gained notoriety in Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association (AWA) where they held the AWA World Tag Team Championship five times. The duo also held the tag team titles six times in Dick the Bruiser’s promotion, the World Wrestling Association. While they began working as heels, the fans eventually embraced them, even though neither man changed their style of wrestling

The Crusher and Bruiser battled some of the AWA’s toughest heels including the roughneck team of Larry “The Ax” Hennig and Harley Race, Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel, the Vachon Brothers (“Mad Dog” and “Butcher”), and the Texas Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdoch)

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The Crusher was no stranger to singles success either. The man who became known as “The Wrestler Who Made Milwaukee Famous” held the AWA World Heavyweight Championship three times, the AWA Brass Knuckles Championship, and other singles titles as well. Perhaps more important, he held the hearts of the wrestling fans in the Midwest, a man the fans could relate to as one of their own, who knew the value of a hard day’s work and the satisfaction of simple things in life such as a cold beer and a good cigar

Indeed, Da Crusher boasted his physical training – the Washington Post noted Crusher would train “by running along the Lake Michigan waterfront with a keg of beer on each shoulder, building his stamina to polka all night with the local ‘Polish dollies.’” Despite his unorthodox training, Da Crusher boasted tremendous strength with fellow wrestler Verne Gagne noting the 6’ 260-pound Lisowski could bench press nearly 600 pounds

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Benjamin Edward Drew wrote (2010): I’ve been in contact with one of Crusher Verdu’s daughters. She told me that he moved to Germany in 1982, and that he died “six or eight” years ago. She also didn’t know anything about his name being “Ricardo Ferrara,” that she had only known “Oscar Verdu,” but she did confirm that he was born in Barcelona. She did not indicate whether or not the death certificate indicated a cause of death, only that neither she, nor his sister still living in Spain at the time, were ever able to find out why

Brent Campbell wrote (2012): In 1970, Crusher had a decent main event run in the WWWF against Bruno Sammartino. He even won his first MSG match withBruno, due to a blood stoppage. In fact, one of their first matches was one of thefirst legit wrestling sell-outs in Madison Square Garden for nearly 5years. (Part of this was due to WWWF finally obtaining a time slot for their weekly TV show in the NYC market)

From Wikipedia’s Lou Albano page: Albano’s first high-profile protege was Oscar “Crusher” Verdu. Albanoemphasized Verdu’s physique and insisted that he had never been taken off his feet during a match. The result was a Madison Square Garden sellout when Verdufaced Sammartino in June 1970, the first for the company in five years and athen-record gate for a wrestling event in that arena. The record lasted only a month, when a rematch brought in over $85,000in ticket receipts

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