Wild Bull Curry definitely changed the face of wrestling. His wild antics added an edge and air of mischief that made fans either love him or hate him. Either way, you knew who the Bull was. He was dangerous, unpredictable, larger than life…
Flying Fred, the Bull’s son, wrote a book about him (The Walking Riot) and is currently working on writing his autobiography. What’s special about Flying Fred’s books is that they are full of wrestling history that you can’t get anywhere else, only insiders know about wrestling as a business, wrestling and the changes through time, etc.
Stay tuned to learn more about the new book and where you can buy it.
I was surprised to find out how many vintage videos YouTube has of the Bull. Enjoy! and By the way, I will be posting pictures of the recent book signing where Flying Fred introduced “The Walking Riot” book based on his father’s stories and career. Stay tuned…
Come show support for your favorite wrestlers!
Saturday May 16, 2015
Vendor Fair opens at 9 a.m.
308 North Cornie Avenue
Johnstown, NY 12095-1095
Wrestling fans, a book signing event is scheduled at a New England Wrestling Hall of Fame induction ceremony held at, New England Fan Fest, Convention Center, 12 Exchange St., Providence, RI. Starting at 9:00am – All Day Event…….June 27, 2015
About the Book…
The Walking Riot, a biography on Pro Wrestling Legend, Wild Bull Curry is on the market. This is a must read story. This book is a fact filled, in depth look at the God Father of Hard Core Wrestling.
Fifty years of the Bull’s wrestling career is well documented in a book written by his son, Flying Fred, (1972 Pro Wrestling Illustrated, most popular wrestler in the world). The Bull’s story was put together from scrap books collected by his wife, Anna, from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Flying Fred said growing up in the wrestling business and also wrestling for many years helped him collect the additional information needed to complete this book. The five years it took to write “The Walking Riot”, was well worth it. The “Bull” would have it no other way.
Wild Bull Curry had a face that you would never forget. He played a villain in the wrestling world and he was a true protector as a police officer in the streets of Hartford, CT. Wild Bull Curry was fierce and strong.
His son Flying Fred Curry loves him very much and just published a book about the Bull called The Walking Riot. Their official website is up and running. This blog will keep wrestling fans and anyone following the Curry family posted with updates on upcoming events and never before seen or rare photos/wrestling programs and articles of Flying Fred and Wild Bull.
We will also be adding updates on Nick Curry who is following in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps and pursuing a wrestling career!