A park in Ross Township is going to be renamed after Pittsburgh icon and legendary wrestler Bruno Sammartino.
- A park near the longtime home of Bruno Sammartino will be named in his memory. The legendary wrestler lived in Ross Township for 58 years, including during his record-breaking run as world heavyweight champion. This Friday, Sammartino's family and Ross Township leaders will gather at Sangree Park. It will be renamed Bruno Sammartino Park, and a new sign will be unveiled with the name. That ceremony will happen at 1 o'clock on Friday.