Bruise Brothers

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  • The Bruise Brothers avenged their loss one week later by regaining the championship.
  • The title reign lasted eight days, as the team dropped the championship to the Bruise Brothers on June 20.
  • The following table lists the Bruise Brothers members' sack totals during their Chargers career.
  • The trio, along with Leroy Jones formed a defensive frontline that was locally nicknamed the Bruise Brothers.
  • The group was locally nicknamed the "Bruise Brothers".
  • The Bruise Brothers remained in SMW until early 1994, participating in hardcore matches such as Street Fights and steel cage matches.
  • The Bruise Brothers were a group of American football players who played on the defensive line for the San Diego Chargers in the National Football League (NFL).
  • The Bruise Brothers went on to participate in some of the first ECW hardcore matches, and feuded with Shane Douglas.
  • It was in the USWA that Lee first teamed with his real life cousins, Ron and Don Harris, then known as the Bruise Brothers.
  • Cash soon formed a tag team with Troy Graham (who wrestled as "Dream Machine") known as The Bruise Brothers.
  • The foursome was locally nicknamed the Bruise Brothers.
  • The All-Filipino saw the team finally jelling, with the emergence of the "Bruise Brothers" combination of Villamin and Relosa.
  • They eventually left the WWF and returned to ECW in 1996 as the Bruise Brothers, competing once more in the tag division, and briefly joining Raven's Nest.
  • Chicago is home of the Chicago Bruise Brothers, a men's roller derby league which is affiliated with the Men's Roller Derby Association (MRDA).
  • On February 5, the ECW Tag Team Championships were held-up after a controversial ending to a match between the Bruise Brothers and the incumbents, Kevin Sullivan and The Tazmaniac.
  • On a Monday night game against Buffalo in 1981, Glenn at strong safety and Lyle at free safety ganged up to put some heavy hits on the Bills' players, prompting a Miami sportswriter to dub them "The Bruise Brothers."
  • Nearly a year later he returned to Philadelphia to make a one-time appearance in Eastern Championship Wrestling, due in part to Axl Rotten, teaming with "The Extreme Shah" Hack Meyers in his ECW debut against The Bruise Brothers (Don and Ron Bruise) at the ECW Arena.
  • Teaming-up with the famed Bruise Brothers tandem of Elpidio Villamin and Ricardo Relosa, Adornado helped the Coffee Kings to two runner-up finishes even as he was already showing signs of slowing down.
  • In 1983 and 1984, the team participated in a series of matches against The Galaxians, the Bruise Brothers, and the team of Lanny Poffo and Randy Savage.
  • Ranged against the likes of Alaska's Bruise Brothers Ricky Relosa and Yoyoy Villamin, the Cezar-King combo more than held their own against the rising and younger pair of Relosa and Villamin.