Walter Killer Kowaski has been a part of my life for about 35 years. Starting at age 4 seeing my mother go nuts and watching her whip a cake mix she was working on hit the ceiling,as Walter was teaching Bruno a thing or two on TV.
At age 18, having him come into my restaurant asking me if I wanted to become a pro wrestler. At the time all I could do is LOL .
Then one day I walked into the boy's club in Boston. I walked up to the 5th floor gym to see the man that men feared. A man, who just by looking at him you needed to respect. Only to find out he was a gentle giant.
Walter took his students under his wing, as if they were his own kids. His teaching go's past the square circle. He was a man that any one would be honored to have as a father. He was loving but firm. He would be there for any one over and above the call of duty. And you always knew if he said something, know matter if you liked it or not. What he said was the truth.
Each one of his student has a little killer DNA . In my case not only did he make me an IWF champion he made me a better father, spouse and friend . He helped me with keeping the faith in myself, man kind and a higher power.
Walter ''Killer'' Kowalski you will be missed and never forgotten
LOVE , TRUST AND REPECT