|Bulldog Bob Brown|
|Birth name||Robert Harold Brown|
|Born||October 16, 1938|
Shoal Lake, Manitoba, Canada
|Died||February 5, 1997 (aged 58)|
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
|Family||David Brown (son)|
Doug Brown (brother)
Kerry Brown (nephew)
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Bob Brown|
|Billed height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Billed weight||227 lb (103 kg)|
|Billed from||Kansas City, Missouri|
|Trained by||Verne Gagne|
Robert Harold Brown (October 16, 1938 – February 5, 1997) was a Canadian professional wrestler, better known by his ring name "Bulldog" Bob Brown.
Brown was born in Shoal Lake, Manitoba, but grew up in the St. James-Assiniboia area of Winnipeg. He was given the nickname "Bulldog" in grade school. Brown worked as a police officer before becoming a professional wrestler.
Having worked as a policeman in Manitoba, Brown also played hockey. He started wrestling in 1962 in Manitoba and eventually worked in New Brunswick and Alberta as a smart alec heel. In interviews he often argued about the events that had happened by turning the facts around. From 1969–1974 and in the early 1980s, Brown wrestled for NWA All Star Wrestling in Vancouver and formed tag teams with Gene Kiniski and John Quinn. In New Brunswick in the mid 1970s he fought Leo Burke and Stephen Petitpas. He also made appearances in Kansas City and St. Louis against Harley Race, Bruiser Brody and Marty Jannetty.
Brown wrestled for NWA Central States where he won the Central States heavyweight and tag team titles. He often worked as booker for the Central States and several other promotions.
Brown wrestled for Stampede Wrestling where he won the Stampede International Tag Team Championship, alongside Kerry Brown, who was billed as Brown's son, but was actually his nephew. The pair defeated Chris Benoit and Biff Wellington for the championship on June 9, 1989. That same year, Brown began working as the color commentator for Stampede's television show, alongside Ed Whalen. Brown retired from wrestling after a 37-year career in 1994, following a heart attack. He worked briefly for WWF as a referee.
Brown's brother Doug is a wrestling promoter, and his son David worked as a professional wrestling referee under the name David Puttnam. Brown was the uncle of Kerry Brown, who was a professional wrestler.
In 1996, Brown suffered a heart attack, and was pronounced dead twice before being revived. This caused him to retire from in-ring competition. Following his retirement, he worked as a security guard (along with Rufus R. Jones - another professional wrestler) at a horse and dog racing track in Kansas City, Kansas and the formally named Flamingo Casino, now known as Isle of Capri Casino in Kansas City, Missouri until his death on February 5, 1997.