He made 2nd team All-American at Miami University (Ohio) after walking on.
Even though he is deceased he still holds records in Miami State, Ohio, for his accomplishments in football.
Brian use to date Terri Runnels while he was working in WCW.
Has worked in Stampede Wrestling, World Champion Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment.
He was real life best friends with Steve Williams. [Stone Cold Steve Austin]
Brian has a Pillman Hall of Fame in his basement. It holds all his football awards.
He has a total of five children. Two of which are from a previous relationship, two of which are his wifes from a previous relationship and one he had with his current wife up until he passed away.
He is known as a pioneer when it comes to ariel type arsenal.
It was noted in his DVD [Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon] that during his high school football career, before every game he would get physically sick.
Before getting into wrestling Brian first started playing hockey. He later reverted to football hoping he'd get a college scholarship.
It took over 40 surgeries until Brian defeated throat cancer.
Brian's longest stay in the hospital during his fight with throat cancer [polyps] was six months. He was given the nickname King of Pediatrics because he was so well known by all the hospital personal.
When Brian was two he spent his first of many visits at the Childrens Hospital in Cincinnati. This was when the polyps were first discovered in his throat.
Sister Angie was thirteen when Brian was born. She states in the DVD: Brian Pillman: Loose Cannon that "Brian was not expected,not expected at all."
Brian was born in a Jewish hospital.
He has two sisters Angie [oldest] and Linda [second oldest].
Brain was the youngest of three children.
His father died when Brian was just two months old, of arteriosclerotic heart disease.
Brian Pillman: Nothing comes between me and my Calvin Kleins, except of course... your wife!
Brian Pillman: I'm going to rape, pillage, and plunder this entire Federation!
Brian Pillman: Do unto others, and enjoy it!
Brian Pillman: How do you feel about being a member of the wretched refugee, a city paralyzed with fear?