Crusher is a brutish boxer a professional wrestler. His outward brutish appearance defines his character as a common lout. In The Looney Tunes Show episode "Jailbird and Jailbunny", as an inmate serving a sentence, his behavior stems from anger issues.
He also appeared in a Tiny Toon Adventures episode, featuring two songs by They Might Be Giants: "Particle Man" as a wrestler and "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" as a henchman.
Crusher also had a cameo role in "Carrotblanca" as a doorman, and appeared in an episode of The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries titled "Rasslin' Rhapsody". He also appeared in two episodes of Duck Dodgers, voiced by John DiMaggio. Crusher appeared in the web show "Fast Food" on looneytunes.com.
In the 2003 film Looney Tunes Back in Action, The Crusher makes a cameo as one of the judges on DJ's stunt performance. He even appears in the video game based on it.
Crusher was a boss character in the Super NES video game Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage. During the fight, various Warner Brothers characters are in the audience, with Pepé Le Pew waving a pennant which reads "Crusher".
Crusher also made a cameo appearance in the New Looney Tunes episode "To Be the Flea, You Gotta Beat the Flea" and also appeared in "Dorlock Vice". He also made a cameo in the Looney Tunes Cartoons short "Happy Birthday Bugs Bunny!"
- Real-life wrestler Reginald Lisowski would later start using this exact ring name in the late 1950s and would keep it for the remainder of his career. The American Wrestling Association, where Lisowski often wrestled, used a masked competitor called The Masked Terror, like Bugs Bunny's wrestling persona when he wrestled The Crusher in "Bunny Hugged", from 1963 and 1964