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Michael Santoni Jr. is an Italian American professional wrestler best known under the ring name of Big Guido. Santoni wrestled as an enforcer for The Full Blooded Italians in Extreme Championship Wrestling in the last 1990s. He was also a part of the team's reunion in World Wrestling Entertainment in 2005 and 2006. In addition, he has worked for Puerto Rico's International Wrestling Association and Empire State Wrestling.

Professional wrestling career

World Wrestling Federation

In 1991 and 1992, Santoni made a few appearances for the World Wrestling Federation as a jobber under the ring name Mike Fury. He lost to such stars at The British Bulldog, The Warlord, Tito Santana, and Bret Hart.

Full Blooded Italians

Santoni first joined the Full Blooded Italians in the original ECW at Heatwave 1996, introduced as Little Guido's "little" brother, Big Guido. He accompanied the stable members to the ring, and sporadically fought actual matches.

Santoni reappeared on World Wrestling Entertainment's ECW brand's One Night Stand on June 12, 2005 accompanying the Full Blooded Italians to the ring. Santoni then reappeared on ECW on June 11, 2006 during ECW One Night Stand alongside Tony Mamaluke and Little Guido. On the June 13 edition of ECW, Big Guido took part in the hardcore battle royal and was eliminated by The Big Show, but helped Sabu eliminate Big Show.

International Wrestling Association

In 2002, Santoni, under the ring name Primo Carnera won the International Wrestling Association's World Heavyweight Championship after the title was previously held up.He lost the title the same day to Savio Vega.

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments


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