Robert Harold Brown (October 16, 1938 – February 5, 1997), better known by his ring name "Bulldog" Bob Brown, was a Canadian professional wrestler. He was born in Shoal Lake, Manitoba. He died in Kansas City, Missouri.

Bob Brown was given the nickname "Bulldog" in grade school, and it stuck with him his entire life. He was a police officer before becoming a professional wrestler.


From 1969-1974 Brown wrestled for NWA All Star Wrestling in Vancouver and formed tag teams with Gene Kiniski and John Quinn. He also wrestled in the promotion in the early 1980s with Al Tomko and Buzz Tyler as his tag team partners.

Brown wrestled for NWA Central States were he won the Central States heavyweight and tag team titles. He often worked as booker for the Central States and several other promotions.

Brown wrestled for Stampede Wrestling were he won the International Tag Team title. He also was a color commentator for the promotion's TV show.

In 1996, Brown retired from wrestling after a massive heart attack. On February 5, 1997, Brown died at the age of 57 in Kansas City.

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

  • AGPW North American Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Great Pogo Langie (1), Rick Valentine (1), and Tokyo Chono (1)
  • MWC Heavyweight Championship (7 times)
  • MWC Tag Team Championship (4 times) - with John DePaulo (1), Bill Kochen (2), and Lorne Corlett (1)

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