Gino Brito was right in the middle of a whole lot of pro wrestling history. His father and uncle both wrestled. His father promoted shows, but also booked the midgets around the world. In the WWWF, Brito was a tag team champion as Louis Cerdan. Later, Brito ran his own promotion, International Wrestling, and his own son, Gino Brito Jr., wrestled.
GINO BRITO STORIES
- Jan. 16, 2005: Gino Brito honoured at inaugural MWO show
- Oct. 22, 2004: Gino Brito returns to the ring
- Nov. 5, 2003: CPW celebrates in style
- July 16, 2003: Brito’s CPW trying to grow
- May 18, 1999: Gino Brito’s career meant family, Italian Connections and midgets
- Gino Brito Sr. Career Record
STORIES WHERE GINO BRITO IS QUOTED
- Dec. 8, 2021: ‘World’s meanest wrestler’ Blackjack Lanza dies
- Oct. 26, 2019: Fernand Fréchette was both a Scorpion and a Green Hornet
- Oct. 13, 2019: Wrestler, actor Giant Gustave dies at age 58
- Apr. 18, 2018: ‘You could sense Bruno was loved by the people’
- Feb. 7, 2017: George ‘The Animal’ Steele dies
- Dec. 24, 2015: 30 years later: The car crash that killed Tyler, Lefebvre and Desbois
- Jan. 4, 2014: Luigi Macera, dead at 88, was ‘smooth like a cat’
- May 30, 2015: Third DVD release brings Montreal territory back to life
- Jan. 17, 2015: Quebec old-school DVDs are ‘tres bon’!
GINO BRITO JR.