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Steve (Crusher) Casey, 78 A Boston Favorite Classic Wrestling

Aug 25, 2014 Boston Globe January 12, 1987 By Edgar J. Driscoll Jr.Steve (Crusher) Casey of Cohasset, former heavyweight wrestling champion of the world and retired owner of a Back Bay cafe, died In 1968, Mr. Casey was critically wounded and one of his patrons killed when three armed men held up the bar.

Steve Casey Wikipedia

In 1935, Steve and his brother Paddy Casey joined the British Amateur Wrestling Team. Steve Casey debuted as a professional wrestler on 3 March 1936 by beating the Irish Canadian Heavyweight Champion Paul Duveen in a nontitle match. In October 1936, Boston promoter Paul Bowser brought Casey to the United 

Dorchester Illustration no. 2194 Crusher Casey Dorchester

May 31, 2015 Casey arrived in East Boston in 1936 from County Kerry, Ireland. Casey made history at the Boston Garden on February 11, 1938. He defeated Lou Thesz in a twoofthreefalls match to capture the AWA World Heavyweight Title. Casey opened a Boston bar in 1949 named Crusher Casey's. In 1968, three 

Remembering "The Toughest Family On Earth" : "Crusher Casey

Mar 29, 2012 The Crusher Casey Challenge Race" the name peals formidably, and rightfully so for a family the Boston Globe once called "the toughest family on earth. The challenge was resonant of former heavyweight champ John L. Sullivan's boast that he "could lick any man in the bar" the Caseys' mother, 

Dorchester Illustration no. 2194 Crusher Casey Dorchester

May 31, 2015 Casey arrived in East Boston in 1936 from County Kerry, Ireland. Casey made history at the Boston Garden on February 11, 1938. He defeated Lou Thesz in a twoofthreefalls match to capture the AWA World Heavyweight Title. Casey opened a Boston bar in 1949 named Crusher Casey's. In 1968, three 

Casey's Bar and Restaurant 34 Photos & 49 Reviews Bars 1742

49 reviews of Casey's Bar and Restaurant "Hubby and I checked out Casey's for lunch recently after buying a Groupon. Although I grew up in the area and have driven by the place too many times to count I never even noticed it which is why I'm a

The Dream Team from Sneem The Irish Times

Sep 14, 2013 The triumphant Caseys in their single sculls (from left): Tom, Jim and Steve on the Charles River, Boston, Massachusetts. From: The Legendary And the brother who scaled the final summit was Steve, or as he was known in a sport where nicknames were obligatory, "Crusher Casey". For several years 

Crusher Casey: Was he Ireland's greatest sportsman? Independent

May 17, 2000 On another occasion when six intruders broke into his Boston bar, Crusher Casey's, Steve took a bullet in the back defending his patrons. ``They caught the three guys and gave them nine months. I had to spend a year in hospital, but I'm still alive. Irishmen never die until they're dead.'' Not content with his 

Remembering "The Toughest Family On Earth" : "Crusher Casey

Mar 29, 2012 The Crusher Casey Challenge Race" the name peals formidably, and rightfully so for a family the Boston Globe once called "the toughest family on earth. The challenge was resonant of former heavyweight champ John L. Sullivan's boast that he "could lick any man in the bar" the Caseys' mother, 

In city's wrestling prime, no holds were barred The Boston Globe

Sep 26, 2004 Bowser sold tickets by promoting wrestlers like pro football player Gus Sonnenburg, "Crusher" Steve Casey, who Goldberg said owned the "Crusher Casey's" bar in South Boston, and a 20yearold Irish solider named Danno O'Mahoney, who newspaper accounts said appealed mainly to South Boston's 

Riverside Boat Club » Crusher Casey History

Apr 14, 2013 Tom is said to have gone on to win every race he entered. As for Crusher, it is testimony to his popularity on both sides of the Atlantic that his statue stands today in Sneen, while in this country his bars, Casey's in Boston and Casey's Too in Hull, were favorite watering holes for locals, Irish immigrants and 

'Hear The Boat Sing': The Legendary Casey Brothers

Oct 10, 2013 Steve, known as 'Crusher' Casey, became the supreme wrestler in the world and for a decade no one could match him. his statue stands today in his hometown, while in this country his bars, Casey's on Huntington Avenue near Boston Symphony Hall and Casey's Too in Hull, were favorite watering holes 

Steve (Crusher) Casey, 78 A Boston Favorite Classic Wrestling

Aug 25, 2014 Boston Globe January 12, 1987 By Edgar J. Driscoll Jr.Steve (Crusher) Casey of Cohasset, former heavyweight wrestling champion of the world and retired owner of a Back Bay cafe, died In 1968, Mr. Casey was critically wounded and one of his patrons killed when three armed men held up the bar.

Steve Casey Online World of Wrestling

December 14, 1936: Steve Casey defeated Mike Mazurki in New York City in front of 3,500. July 26, 1937: Steve Casey vs. Marvin Westenberg at the Municipal Stadium in Syracuse, New York. February 11, 1938: Steve "Crusher" Casey defeated Lou Thesz to win the NWA World title and the AWA Boston World title.. August 

In city's wrestling prime, no holds were barred The Boston Globe

Sep 26, 2004 Bowser sold tickets by promoting wrestlers like pro football player Gus Sonnenburg, "Crusher" Steve Casey, who Goldberg said owned the "Crusher Casey's" bar in South Boston, and a 20yearold Irish solider named Danno O'Mahoney, who newspaper accounts said appealed mainly to South Boston's 

Casey's Bar and Restaurant 34 Photos & 49 Reviews Bars 1742

49 reviews of Casey's Bar and Restaurant "Hubby and I checked out Casey's for lunch recently after buying a Groupon. Although I grew up in the area and have driven by the place too many times to count I never even noticed it which is why I'm a

memoriespage2 Paragon Park Memories

No, not the famous Pilgrim carrying vessel, this one was one used to carry passengers from Boston to Nantasket and had long since been retired and was now used as a nightclub. It sat on land just to the left Coming up we would go past Anastos' corner, turn left past Crusher Casey's liquor store. ( yes WRESTLING fans 

Riverside Boat Club » Crusher Casey History

Apr 14, 2013 Tom is said to have gone on to win every race he entered. As for Crusher, it is testimony to his popularity on both sides of the Atlantic that his statue stands today in Sneen, while in this country his bars, Casey's in Boston and Casey's Too in Hull, were favorite watering holes for locals, Irish immigrants and 

Caseys Tavern Irish pub Somerville MA

Casey's 173 Broadway Somerville, MA 02145 (617) 6255195. Fun, friendly atmosphere. Entertainment every Friday & Saturday evening. Wide variety of beers on tap. Delicious casual dining. Keno. Website by Community Communiions, Inc.

'Hear The Boat Sing': The Legendary Casey Brothers

Oct 10, 2013 Steve, known as 'Crusher' Casey, became the supreme wrestler in the world and for a decade no one could match him. his statue stands today in his hometown, while in this country his bars, Casey's on Huntington Avenue near Boston Symphony Hall and Casey's Too in Hull, were favorite watering holes