I met Billy Two Rivers (Kaientaronkwen) in the Sixties in our shop at 78 Abbey Street, Bangor, when he travelled throughout the UK as a wrestler. He went on to become a leader of the Kahnawake Mohawk Nation and played a prominent role in the Oka Crisis. He maintained friendships in Ulster, as a result of which I and my wife were provided with Indian headgear at our wedding, in appreciation of my own Wisdom Keeper status among the Lakota…..see also Billy in Wikapaedia.
Billy Two Rivers – Wikipedia (Mohawk name Kaientaronkwen)
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Billy Two Rivers (Mohawk name Kaientaronkwen), born May 5, 1935, is a retired Canadian professional wrestler. He began wrestling professionally in 1953 and competed until 1977. During his career, he wrestled in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and Canada. After retiring from wrestling, he became a leader of the Mohawk nation on the Kahnawake reservation. He played a major role in blockading the Honoré Mercier Bridge during the 1990 Oka Crisis. He has also appeared in several movies.