Boston Bad Boy
March 23, 2012 by staff
Boston Bad Boy, Anthony David Magliaro (November 6, 1956-November 13, 1999) was an American professional wrestler and manager, known by the ring name “Boston Bad Boy” Tony Rumble. He competed on the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic independent circuit during the 1980s and 90s.
A longtime veteran of Angelo Savoldi’s International World Class Championship Wrestling, he also was the owner of the New England-based Century Wrestling Alliance and an independent wrestling promoter until his death in 1999.
Although having little prior training, Magliaro was one of the earliest wrestlers to compete for then International Championship Wrestling in 1984. As “Tony Rummell”, he would face Abdullah the Butcher and Bruiser Brody during his rookie year as well as former WWF wrestlers the Tonga Kid and “Superstar” Billy Graham during his singles career. In 1986, he briefly teamed with Rocky Raymond as The Boston Bad Boys who together faced The Midnight Rockers in an interpromotional match with the American Wrestling Association before feuding with “Mr. USA” Tony Atlas as the masked “Dungeon Master” the following year.
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