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Half Pint Brawlers BLOG

The Brawlers Call Out BP's Chairman

The Brawlers Call Out BP's Chairman
Posted June 18, 2010 at 2:07PM | By MariShapiro | Views: 301

BP's chairman said he looks out for the "little people," well, the Half Pint Brawlers found themselves a BP gas station recently and are sending out a little message.

Half the Size, Double the Insanity

Half the Size, Double the Insanity
Posted May 19, 2010 at 11:01AM | By MariShapiro | Views: 171

They dress up as strippers, wrestle around in lube with hot chicks, and substitute for bowling balls - the guys of Half Pint Brawlers have got the life - and we're about to come along for the ride.

ABOUT Half Pint Brawlers

Half Pint Brawlers chronicles the often-absurd yet astonishing and wild adventures of one of the most extraordinary performance groups in the country. These self-proclaimed hardcore little person wrestlers, led by their gregarious owner, Puppet "The Psycho Dwarf," entertain crowds in venues all across the U.S. with their unique brand of wrestling prowess. Along the way, Puppet deals with issues surrounding little person wrestling events while at the same time, keeping his rambunctious wrestlers in line. The series will be seen through the eyes of these extreme little people, "The Brawlers," as they travel the underground wrestling circuit filling bars, clubs and arenas ranging from 500-5,000 fans. The show will not only focus on their actions in the ring, but their wild lifestyles outside the ring, filled with chaotic parties and over-zealous groupies.