Milwaukee-native Chris Multerer wrestled for more than two decades, starting in 1978, on professional circuits around the United States. Chris' wrestling career spanned from the Fall of 1978 to February of 2003. Chris wrestled for Verne Gagne and Wally Karbo in the American Wrestling Association, based in Minneapolis, from 1979-1989. For Dick the Bruiser and Wilbur Snyder in 1979 and 1981, at the International Amphitheater in Chicago. For Pat O'Connor in St.Louis, 1979. For Bob Geigel in Kansas City MO, 1979. In the Mid-South territory, for Cowboy Bill Watts in Louisiana and Mississippi, 1980. In the WWF, once in 1984, against Jesse Ventura, then from 1987-1989. Chris also wrestled years after the territories folded, for independent promoters, at fireman's picnics, county fairs, and high schools, until 2003. As a “job man,” Multerer made the superstars of wrestling, such as Mad Dog Vachon and Hulk Hogan, shine. In cities around the country, thousands of screaming fans cheered when their favorite wrestlers pinned and punished Multerer in a variety of painful ways. He has run a professional training camp, and supervised the wrestling choreography in the play Luchadora!