Having wrestled with the likes of Dick the Bruiser, The Sheik, Verne Gagne and Pat O'Connor, Vic Orlandino likes to refer to himself as a former "punching bag for the stars." Vic started wrestling in the early '70s as Vic Eagles, but was better known as Chuck Cell to fans in the Midwest. Vic was featured in issue #39 of "Whatever Happened to ...?"
Books You'll Never See On Amazon.com
"1001 Wrestling Holds"
by Bruno Sammartino
"Establishing Your Identity"
"The Championship Years"
"My Favorite Gimmick Matches"
"Making It On Your Own"
"Removing Unwanted Body Hair"
"I Was a Spy for the KGB"
"How to Treat a Lady"
Two-Volume Book Sets Found on Amazon.com
Wrestlers Cheated by Nick Gulas
Aliases of Mike Shaw
Stretched by Danny Hodge
What's Wrong with the WWF
Family Trees of the Harts, Armstrongs, Welchs, and Fullers
History of Failed Independent Promotions
Moose Cholak's Favorite Midwest Smorgasbords
Lou Thesz' Career Record
Victims of the Sheik's Fireballs
Abdullah the Butcher's Guide to Breaking Rules
What a Booker Will Never Say to Lou Thesz
"We want you to go under the hood tonight."
"For the finish, you use brass knucks on O'Connor."
"You're in a mixed tag with Moolah and Sky Low Low."
"Buddy Rogers and you are teaming up against ..."
"After you K.O. the ref ..."
"How about a little color in your match?"
"Don't hurt the bear."
"You don't mind putting Rocca over, do you?"
"There's a $1000 bonus in your pay envelope."
"The check is in the mail."
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