1. Bruno Sammartino made his studio wrestling debut in 1959 where he fought out Dmitri Grabowski in just 19 seconds.
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13. In 1986 Bruno Sammartino competed in a 20-man battle royal at WrestleMania 2 in at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago.
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14. Bruno Sammartino headlined cards that filled both the third and current Madison Square Gardens on a monthly basis.
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16. Bruno Sammartino found out that his suspension was due to his skipping a match he was booked for in Baltimore.
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24. Bruno Sammartino was the longest reigning WWE Champion in history, an unmatched box-office attraction and an inspiration to a generation of kids who grew up admiring The Italian Superman.
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27. Bruno Sammartino was born on October 6, 1935 in Italy.
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32. In the late 1960s, Bruno Sammartino was involved in a fight with former Pennsylvania Athletic Commissioner Joe Cimino.
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35. Bruno Sammartino worked several WCW events in a minor analysis role in the early 1990s, as well as a brief run doing color commentary with Jim Ross on Saturday Night in 1992.
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38. In 1986, Bruno Sammartino competed in a 20-man battle royal at WrestleMania 2 at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago.
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39. Bruno Sammartino would eventually get the upper hand in the feud, by defeating Piper in a steel cage match at the Boston Garden.
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48. In his autobiography, Bruno Sammartino states that he believed McMahon set him up, by double-booking him and not informing him of his match in Baltimore, as a way of punishment.
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