Statement from Kronus’ Family


Jon “Kronus” Caiazzo’s sister, Gina, sent along this statement today…

Statement by family of John Kronus

This was written to help clear any unanswered or misleading info that related to Kronus’s life and passing so that any questions about Jon (our son, fiancee’, brother, and uncle,) would be posted and answered correctly.

Jon was a father to his nine year old son named Gage. He was 38 years old. He was 6’3″ and weighed 300lbs.

He passed away on July 18th, 2007. He was born in Everett, Massachusetts January 13, 1969. His last name is spelled Caiazzo, pronunced (kih-ahtz-so). His son Gage, was his life. He talked to him everyday and saw his son as much as he could. He wished it was more. He was engaged to be married this year to his long time fiancee, Brandy, a true soul mate. Jon also had 3 stepchildren, Dillon, Kaya, and Mason, who he loved very much. He passed away peacefully in his sleep.

He had an enlarged heart, known to be capable of stopping at anytime. Our family has a long history of heart problems. His untimely death came as an extreme shock to our family. We will miss the way he made us laugh, the funny things he said, the stupid things he did (lol), his famous bismarque dance, his BBQ cooking (his signature steak tips he grilled anytime of the day but his favorite time to cook was 2 a.m.), and his bubbly personality that entertained us at family gatherings. He loved being a wrestler. His athletic ability was far beyond that of a regular athlete. Up until this year he could still do a full
split to the floor (ouch).

When his son was born, he was motivated to continue wrestling, to provide Gage with everything he needed. He was well known in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for his outgoing personality as well as within the wrestling circle. His wrestling family has been a great comfort in being there for us. We realize how important Jon was to them.

He will be greatly missed by his family,friends,and fans. But we’re happy to know that when God took him, his father was there and greeted him above.

If you have any questions you can email us at or We’d love to hear any good memories or stories people have of him, that we can put together as part of a memory book for his son.

He will be waked at Rocco Funeral Home in Everett, Massachusetts on Wednesday July 25th from 4pm to 8pm. The funeral will be Thursday July 26th at 9am. In Lieu of flowers, the family
request donations to assist in the burial.

Jenn Caiazzo P.O. Box 408 Tilton NH, 03276.

Matthew Michaels is editor emeritus of Pulse Wrestling, and has been since the site launched.