Lawrence J. Simon, better known by the ring name, Boris Malenko, was an American professional wrestler and professional wrestling trainer. He is best known for his appearances with Championship Wrestling from Florida and Big Time Wrestling in the 1960s and 1970s as a Russian heel. He is the father of professional wrestlers Joe Malenko and Dean Malenko.
|Birth name:||Lawrence J. Simon|
|Born:||Jun 28, 1933, Newark, New Jersey, United States|
|Died:||Sept 1, 1994, Tampa, Florida, United States|
|Cause of death:||Leukemia|
|Family:||Joe Malenko (son), Dean Malenko (son)|
|Ring name(s):||Boris Malenko, Crusher Duggan, Larry Simon, Laurence Malenko, The Great Malenko, The Masked Muscovite, Mr. Jacksonville, Mr. Miami, Otto Von Krupp|
|Billed from:||Moscow, Soviet Union, (as Boris Malenko), Germany, (as Otto Von Krupp)|
About Boris Malenko
Most known for his time in NWA and AWA, he was an AWA World Tag Team Champion.
He made his professional debut in 1957.
He served as the inspiration for the fourth Insane Clown Posse album, titled “The Great Milenko.”
His sons, Joe and Dean, also wrestled professionally.
After retirement he opened up a gym where he trained wrestlers such as Gangrel.
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