Joseph Raymond "Toots" Mondt is an American professional wrestler and promoter who revolutionized the wrestling industry in the early 1920s and co-promoter of the Worldwide Wrestling Federation. Some of the stars Mondt helped create from the 1920s to the 1960s include Wayne Munn, Jim Londos, Antonino Rocca, Bruno Sammartino, Stu Hart, and Cowboy Bill Watts.
|Birth name||Joseph Raymond Mondt|
|Born||Jan 18, 1894, Garden Grove, Iowa|
|Died||Jun 11, 1976, St. Louis, Missouri|
|Ring name(s)||Toots Mondt|
|Trained by||Martin Burns|
Revolutionary wrestling icon who co-promoted the World Wide Wrestling Federation, which later became the WWE.
He began wrestling when he was 18, in carnival style wrestling matches.
He was inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2008.
His father, Frank Mondt, was a farmer.
He is credited with helping Bill Watts reach wrestling fame.
- Professional wrestling promoters
- Museum and museum of professional wrestling
- WWE Hall of Fame
Latest information about Toots Mondt updated on June 14 2021.