Strongman pushes for bombing victims

On April 12, 2014, in Latest News, by The News Staff

bowser_webJerry Bowser, also known as the “Boston Brawler” from his professional wrestling days, will carry, in a wheelbarrow, 2,350 pounds 900 feet across Ball Square in order to raise money for two friends of his who each lost a leg during last year’s Boston Marathon bombing. It will cost each man $1.4 million to get and maintain a prosthetic leg through the age of 70. He will begin the power push at 2 p.m. Saturday April 19.

This event is for Boston Marathon victims and will recognize MIT Police Officer Sean Collier who made the ultimate sacrifice.

 

8 Responses to “Strongman pushes for bombing victims”

  1. cambridgeyuppie says:

    I get the spirit, but not the implementation: to help his friends who lost a leg, he will bust his back? Cannot you do something else?

  2. Courtney O'Keefe says:

    Awesome! Good luck!

  3. gregtowne says:

    Cambridge yuppie, he’s a former wrestler known in the ring as the boston brawler. wrestling as you know is entertainment and schtick. this happens to be his. google him he’s done this before for charity. lighten up

  4. Billy Walters says:

    Sideshow circus act; and a showoff. Get over yourself buddy!

  5. cambridgeyuppie says:

    OKAY guys, you convinced me! I did not know that was his thing (not into wrestling, more like chess :) .

  6. Huh? says:

    Good cause…cool stunt

  7. kenny sheehan says:

    Awesome Job Jerry!!! Another event for a good cause. You are a true American hero and class act. My best always. Kenny

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