GCW Georgia Championship Wrestling (1970 – 1978)

January 2, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Kane and the Spoiler (01) . > Joe Scarpa vs. Chati Yokuchi > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Don Curtis & Doug Gilbert (01) > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Paul DeMarco & Buddy Colt > Homer O.
..Dell vs. Leo Garibaldi > El Mongol vs. Nick Bockwinkel / Notes: It was reported that this card was near a sellout crowd. Gilbert was
billed as a mystery partner to Curtis for the match against the Assassins. O’Dell managed DeMarco and Colt. Leo Garibaldi, Eddie
Smith, and Corsica Jean were credited as being referees for this card. It was announced that Les Wolff would be wrestling in Atlanta
soon.

January 3, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Georgia Television Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Joe Scarpa* for the title / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Scarpa had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Assassin
#2 (01) on November 22, 1969, in Atlanta.

January 6, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Vincent Lopez and the Spoiler (01) . > Bill Kane vs. Greg Peterson > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello vs. Rita
Boucher > Doug Gilbert (01) & Roberto Soto & Cyclone Soto vs. Paul DeMarco & Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell
managed DeMarco and Colt.

January 8, 1970 (Thursday) – Americus, GA – Sumter County Fairgrounds (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Kane & Vincent Lopez vs. Roberto Soto & Cyclone Soto > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello vs. Rita Boucher >
Joe Scarpa vs. Assassin #1 (01)

January 9, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Spoiler (01) vs. Chati Yokuchi > Les Wolff vs. Cyclone Soto > Bill Kane vs. Roberto Soto > Joe Scarpa & El Mongol
and Paul DeMarco & Buddy Colt . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01))* vs. Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Doug Gilbert (01)*
by disqualification; Gilbert retained the title / Notes: The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they,
along with Bockwinkel, went vs. Gilbert and then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller in a special six-man tag team match against
the title on the line on December 19, 1969, in Atlanta. Gilbert had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
DeMarco on November 28, 1969, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed DeMarco and Colt. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would
defend the NWA World Heavyweight Title against DeMarco on January 16, 1970. DeMarco had been claiming he was the real champion
since October 10, 1969, after a reversed decision returned the belt to Funk following their match. It was reported that the only way O.
..Dell would agree for DeMarco to wrestle Funk was that if he would be introduced as a “World Title claimant… During the
Bockwinkel-Gilbert match, Scarpa charged the ring and attacked Bockwinkel, bringing the match to an end. The program for this card
featured a photo of Gilbert with his wife and three children.

January 10, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Vincent Lopez > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Les Wolff
over Chati Yokuchi / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

January 10, 1970 (Saturday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Nick Bockwinkel vs. Roberto Soto > Joe Scarpa vs. Bill Kane > Paul DeMarco vs. the Spoiler (01) / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed DeMarco. This was for the locally televised “Columbus Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Jim Koger and
broadcast live on WTVM Channel 9.

January 13, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Greg Peterson vs. Salvadore Dominguez > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Vincent Lopez & Bill Kane > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Doug Gilbert (01)* vs. Paul DeMarco for the title > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt vs.
Roberto Soto & Cyclone Soto* for the title / Notes: Gilbert had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
DeMarco on November 28, 1969, in Atlanta. The Sotos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the
Super Assailants (Super Assailant #1 and Super Assailant #2) and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01))
September 16, 1969, in Macon. O’Dell managed DeMarco and Colt.

January 14, 1970 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Salvadore Dominguez > Buddy Colt vs. Cyclone Soto two falls to none > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres two falls to none / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

January 16, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Buddy Colt vs. Cyclone Soto at 11:00 > Les Wolff vs. the Spoiler (01) at 9:00 > Ramon Torres vs. Bill Kane at 11:00 > Ray
Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. the Blue Demons (Blue Demon #1 & Blue Demon #2) at 3:00 > Joe Scarpa & El Mongol & the Eliminator (01)
over Nick Bockwinkel & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) at 20:00 > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory
Funk, Jr.,* vs. Paul DeMarco . for the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed DeMarco and Colt. After the
Scarpa/Mongol/Eliminator-Bockwinkel/Assassins match, the Eliminator removed his mask voluntarily to reveal his identity as Doug
Gilbert (01). Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969,
in Tampa, FL. It was announced that Bob Nandor, Bobo Johnson, and Billy the Kid (01) would be wrestling in Atlanta on January 23, 1970.

January 17, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Nick
Bockwinkel vs. Bob Nandor > Les Wolff and Assassin #1 (01) . > Bill Kane versus Alberto Torres / Notes: This was taped
for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

January 20, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jim Wilson and Bill Kane . > Bob Nandor vs. Vincent Lopez > Women’s Southern Title Match: Toni Rose* vs. Donna
Christianello for the title > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Doug
Gilbert (01) vs. Paul DeMarco / Notes: It is unclear at this time how Rose came to be recognized as Women’s Southern Champion.
There were two referees for the DeMarco-Gilbert match, during which, Homer O’Dell was handcuffed to Leon Ogle. O’Dell
managed DeMarco.

January 23, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Wolff vs. Bill Kane > Midget Match: Bobo Johnson vs. Billy the Kid (01) > Paul DeMarco & Buddy Colt vs. Bob Nandor
& El Mongol > One-Night Tournament: Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) to advance; the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. the Torres’ to advance; and the Assassins vs. Yokuchi & Fuji for the tournament >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Doug Gilbert (01)* and Nick Bockwinkel went to a draw; Gilbert retained the title / Notes: Gilbert had
been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. DeMarco on November 28, 1969, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell
managed DeMarco and Colt. It was reported that the purse for the tournament was $1,000.

January 24, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Vincent Lopez versus Jim Wilson > Paul DeMarco vs. Les Wolff > Buddy Colt vs. Salvadore Dominguez / Notes: This was taped for the
“Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

January 27, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Spoiler (01) vs. Fuji (02) > El Mongol vs. Chati Yokuchi > Les Wolff and Bill Kane . > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match:
Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins
retained the title / Notes: It is unclear as to how the Assassins came to be recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last
reference we have shows Bob Eisenburg and Bob Morrow going vs. Luke Graham and Al Galento for the title on December 25,
1963, in Columbus.

January 28, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Vincent Lopez vs. the Spoiler (01) > Bill Kane vs. Corsica Jean > Joe Scarpa & Doug Gilbert (01) & El
Mongol vs. Paul DeMarco & Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Nick Bockwinkel
by disqualification for the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene
Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. O’Dell managed DeMarco and Colt.

January 30, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Wolff versus Buddy Colt > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Bill Kane & Vincent Lopez > Joe Scarpa & El Mongol vs.
Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Nick Bockwinkel vs. the Spoiler (01) > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
& Assassin #2 (01)) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Paul DeMarco . for the title > Dory
Funk, Jr., vs. Homer O’Dell / Notes: O’Dell managed DeMarco and Colt. For the Funk, Jr.-O’Dell match to take place, Funk
had to defeat DeMarco. DeMarco left the ring following his loss to Funk, which was caused when O’Dell interfered, angering
DeMarco for ending his chance at Funk’s title, leaving O’Dell to fend for himself. Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. It was reported that the Gunkel/Fuller-
Assassins match would be the final appearance of Gunkel and Fuller as a team, as they wanted to focus on singles competition.

January 31, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Fuller vs. Bill Kane > Georgia Television Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* and Joe Scarpa went to a draw; Bockwinkel retained the
title > Assassin #2 (01) and El Mongol . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Scarpa on January 3, 1970, in
Atlanta. It was reported that the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) had purchased the contract of Paul DeMarco
from Homer O’Dell, and were willing to allow DeMarco out of the contract and become a free agent if he agreed to pay them a fee to
do so.

February 3, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Kane vs. the Spoiler (01) > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Fran Gravette > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Chati Yokuchi
& Fuji (02) > Paul DeMarco and El Mongol went to a draw

February 6, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Wolff vs. Bill Kane > Women’s Match: Fran Gravette vs. Vicky Williams > Ray Gunkel vs. Fuji (02) > Buddy Colt
over the Spoiler (01) > Doug Gilbert (01) & Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Paul DeMarco & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) . > Nick Bockwinkel vs. El Mongol / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Leo Garibaldi was
credited as being a referee for this card.

February 7, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Colt vs. Ramon Torres > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Salvadore Dominguez > El Mongol vs. Assassin #1 (01) . /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

February 10, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Duke Savage vs. Salvadore Dominguez > Jim Wilson vs. Bill Kane > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres for
the title / Notes: The Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions since January 27, 1970. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt.

February 12, 1970 (Thursday) – Dublin, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Toni
Rose versus Vicky Williams > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres versus Bill Kane & Buddy Colt > Paul DeMarco versus El Mongol / Notes:
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

February 13, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Buddy Colt vs. Cisco Grimaldo at 2:00 > Ray Gunkel vs. Bill Kane at 2:00 > Les Wolff & El Mongol vs. the Blue Demons
(Blue Demon #1 & Blue Demon #2) at 9:00 > Georgia Television Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* and Joe Scarpa . at 45:00;
Bockwinkel retained the title > Doug Gilbert (01) & Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Paul DeMarco & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01)) at 21:00 / Notes: Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Scarpa on
January 3, 1970, in Atlanta. Man Mountain Mike was the special referee for the Gilbert/Torres-DeMarco/Assassins match. Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt. The program for this card featured a photo of Mongol with Hank Aaron. It was announced that Wilbur Snyder
would be wrestling in Atlanta on February 20, 1970.

February 14, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Nick
Bockwinkel vs. Bill Kane > Les Wolff vs. Duke Savage > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Jim Wilson > Alberto Torres and Buddy Colt went to a
draw / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed
Colt.

February 17, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Leon Ogle vs. Jack Vansky > Greg Peterson vs. Duke Savage > Paul DeMarco vs. Doug Gilbert (01) > Southeastern Tag Team Title
Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* to
win the title / Notes: For the match against the Torres’, the Assassins were required to wear different colored wrestling tights. The
Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions since January 27, 1970.

February 18, 1970 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Jack Vansky at 21:00 > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Chati Yokuchi and Fuji (02)
two falls to none > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Buddy Colt two falls to none / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

February 20, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Wolff and Fuji (02) . at 15:00 > Buddy Fuller vs. Buddy Colt . at 6:00 > Ray Gunkel vs.
Chati Yokuchi . at 5:00 > Joe Scarpa vs. Paul DeMarco at 16:00 > Nick Bockwinkel vs. Wilbur Snyder at 23:00 >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* by
disqualification; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia
Tag Team Champions since they, along with Bockwinkel, went vs. Gilbert and then champions Gunkel and Fuller in a special six-man
tag team match against the title on the line on December 19, 1969, in Atlanta. The Assassins had vowed that if they lost the title to Gilbert
and Mongol, they would unmask in the ring following the match. The Assassins had initially been declared winners of the match, but
when they attacked their opponents following the bell, the decision was reversed. Gilbert was reportedly injured during the chaos. The
Snyder-Bockwinkel match ended when both men collided in the middle of the ring, and Snyder’s hand landed across the chest of
Bockwinkel, giving him the win when the referee counted to three. Leo Garibaldi and Eddie Smith were credited as being referees for this
card. The program for this card featured an advertisement for Maria’s Restaurant of Mexican Food, owned by Mongol, located at 4300
Buford Highway. It says if you were to go and mention the ad, you would receive a free 8×10 autographed photo of Mongol, and that the
lunch specials were $0.99.

February 21, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Nick
Bockwinkel vs. Bob Armstrong > Les Wolff & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by
disqualification > Buddy Colt vs. Tim Geohagen / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted
by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It was announced that Jones was contemplating vacating the Georgia Heavyweight Title,
as champion Doug Gilbert (01) was injured and was out of action indefinitely.

February 24, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Leon Ogle vs. Jack Vansky > Jim Wilson vs. Alex Perez > Joe Scarpa & Greg Peterson vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > El Mongol vs.
Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

February 27, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Alex Perez versus Greg Peterson > Les Wolff versus Oki Shikina > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt . > Alberto
Torres & Ramon Torres vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Wilbur Snyder vs. Nick Bockwinkel / Notes:
The Snyder-Bockwinkel match was originally supposed to be the latter challenging Doug Gilbert (01) for the Georgia Heavyweight Title,
but with the champion injured, Snyder challenged Bockwinkel to a rematch. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben was
credited as being a referee for this card. The program for this card mentioned that fans had started a petition to have the Assassins
removed as Georgia Tag Team Champions because of their actions in injuring Gilbert on February 20, 1970. It urged fans to add their
names to the list.

February 28, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Colt vs. Greg Peterson > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Fuji (02) > El Mongol vs. Alex Perez > Les Wolff and Assassin #1 (01) went to a
draw / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed
Colt. It was announced that the Georgia Heavyweight Title had been vacated due to injuries to Doug Gilbert (01), and that an ongoing
tournament would begin on the March 6, 1970, card.

March 3, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro
Valdez and Oki Shikina . > Salvadore Dominguez vs. Pancho Rosario . > Southeastern Tag Team Title
Match: Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres* vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) for the title > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: The Torres.
.. had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) on February 17, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

March 5, 1970 (Thursday) – Swainsboro, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Greg Peterson vs. Oki
Shikina > Salvadore Dominguez vs. Pancho Rosario > Ramon Torres vs. Paul DeMarco . / Notes: It is unclear as to
what venue was the site of this card.

March 6, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Greg Peterson & Jim Wilson versus Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Les Wolff vs. Alex
Perez to advance; Nick Bockwinkel vs. Ramon Torres to advance; Paul DeMarco vs. Pedro Valdez to advance; Alberto Torres vs.
Assassin #2 (01) to advance; and Buddy Colt versus El Mongol . / Notes: The tournament was to determine a
champion for the title that had been vacated on February 28, 1970, due to injuries to Doug Gilbert (01), and was advertised to conclude
on March 13, 1970. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Leo Garibaldi and Eddie Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

March 7, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt vs. Pedro Valdez > Georgia Television Title Match: El Mongol vs. Nick Bockwinkel* for the title > the Assassins (01) (Assassin
#1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral. Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Joe Scarpa on
January 3, 1970, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

March 10, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Greg
Peterson and Alex Perez . > Women’s Tag Team Match: Marilyn Bender & Mary Lou Witt vs. Panama Franco & Lovely
Louise > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres* vs. the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) for the title / Notes: The Torres’ had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on February 17, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

March 13, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: the Black Venus versus the Congo Cat > Ray Gunkel vs. Alex Perez > Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt
over Leo Garibaldi & El Mongol > Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Assassin #1 (01) vs. Alberto Torres to advance; Paul DeMarco
over Les Wolff to advance; Buddy Fuller vs. Chris Markoff to advance; Joe Scarpa vs. Nick Bockwinkel . to advance;
Scarpa vs. Fuller by coin toss to advance; Assassin #1 (01) vs. DeMarco to advance; and Assassin #1 (01) vs. Scarpa for the title /
Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. The tournament was to determine was champion for the title that had been vacated on February
28, 1970, due to injuries to Doug Gilbert (01), and began on March 6, 1970. In a strange twist during the Scarpa-Assassin #1 match,
Scarpa had applied the sleeper on his opponent, but Assassin #1 ended up on top of Scarpa and the referee counted Scarpa’s
shoulders down. Charlie Harben and Leo Garibaldi were credited as being referees for this card. The program for this card featured a
photo of Gilbert in a neck brace.

March 14, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les
Wolff vs. Fuji (02) > Buddy Fuller vs. Assassin #1 (01) . > El Mongol vs. Oki Shikina > Alex Perez vs. Greg Peterson
/ Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller
joined Capral to announce they would be reuniting to challenge the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) for the
Georgia Tag Team Title on March 20, 1970.

March 17, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Pancho Rosario > Women’s Match: the Black Venus vs. the Congo Cat > Boxing Match: Greg Peterson vs. Alex
Perez > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Joe Scarpa & El Mongol vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt* for the title / Notes: O’Dell
managed Colt. O’Dell and Colt had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Roberto Soto and Cyclone
Soto on January 13, 1970, in Macon.

March 19, 1970 (Thursday) – Valdosta, GA – Mathis City Auditorium (Promoter – Unknown) > Kevin Sullivan versus the Masked
Purple Bandit > Gene Anderson & Lars Anderson versus Charlie Cook & Ronnie Hill

March 20, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Wolff vs. Alex Perez > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Greg Peterson & Pedro Valdez > Women’s Tag Team Match:
Bobbie Peterson & Marilyn Bender vs. Panama Franco & Lovely Louise > Joe Scarpa vs. Paul DeMarco > Georgia Television Title
Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. El Mongol* for the title > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: Peterson substituted for Mary Lou Witt to team with Bender in the
match against Franco and Louise. Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Bockwinkel on March
7, 1970, in Atlanta. Doug Gilbert (01) managed Gunkel and Fuller. Gilbert had begun rehabilitation for a possible return to the ring despite
doctors saying he may never wrestle again. Charlie Harben and Leo Garibaldi were credited as being referees for this card. The program
for this card reported that NWA President Sam Muchnick had a meeting in Atlanta with Jones to discuss the petition that had been
submitted requesting the Assassins be suspended and stripped of the Georgia Tag Team Title. A decision would be forthcoming after
an investigation. It also featured letters reportedly written to Jones from Dory Funk, Jr., Jim Crockett, and Jules Strongbow, denouncing
the Assassins and showing support for his campaign for their suspension. However, since Gunkel and Fuller won the title from them on
this card, it became moot.

March 21, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Joe
Scarpa vs. Alex Perez > Alberto Torres vs. Assassin #2 (01) . > Buddy Colt vs. Pedro Valdez / Notes: This was taped
for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. O’Dell told Capral he
would have a surprise partner teaming with Colt against Greg Peterson and Tim Geohagen on March 27, 1970.

March 24, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Pancho Rosario > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Greg Peterson & Pedro Valdez > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Joe
Scarpa & El Mongol* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . for the title / Notes: Scarpa
and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Homer O’Dell and Buddy Colt on March 17,
1970, in Macon.

March 27, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Pancho Rosario > Les Wolff vs. Pedro Valdez > Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt vs. Greg Peterson & Tim
Geohagen > Fuji (02) versus El Mongol > Joe Scarpa vs. Paul DeMarco > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller*
over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) for the title / Notes: O’Dell, who managed Colt, was supposed
to unveil a mystery partner for the match against Peterson and Geohagen, but O’Dell wrestled instead. Doug Gilbert (01) was the
special referee for the Gunkel/Fuller-Assassins match. Gunkel and Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since
they went vs. the Assassins on March 20, 1970, in Atlanta. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. The program
for this card makes a reference that Jones was the presiding Vice President of the NWA at the time. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr.,
would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

March 28, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug
Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Les Wolff and Buddy Colt . > Alberto Torres vs. Assassin #2 (01)
by disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt.

March 31, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Dromo and Karl Von Stroheim . > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller > Macon Tag Team Title Match:
Joe Scarpa & El Mongol* vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt for the title / Notes: Scarpa and Mongol had been the reigning Macon
Tag Team Champions since they went vs. O’Dell and Colt on March 17, 1970, in Macon. O’Dell managed Colt.

April 3, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo & Greg Peterson vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Paul DeMarco vs. Les Wolff > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres
over Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim > Nick Bockwinkel vs. Joe Scarpa . > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.
Von Stroheim was billed as a mystery partner to Colt for the match against the Torres’, but it is unclear as to whether he was the
same mystery partner who did not appear on March 27, 1970. El Medico accompanied the Assassins to the ring for their match against
Gilbert and Mongol. At one point during the bout, the Assassins left the ring upset that their opponents seemed intent with removing their
masks, but they were met on stage by Jones, who reportedly threatened to suspend them if they did not return to the ring. After some
heated conversation, they did as instructed to avoid being banned. Medico interfered in the match, bringing it to an end. Leo Garibaldi
was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta on April 10, 1970.

April 4, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Assassin
#1 (01) vs. Pedro Valdez > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Jim Wilson > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. El Medico . / Notes: This was
taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

April 7, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Oki
Shikina vs. Cousin Alfred > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Robert Fuller & Tim Geohagen > Joe Scarpa & Bill Dromo & El Mongol vs.
Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

April 10, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Professor Kimura vs. Les Wolff at 12:00 > Buddy Fuller vs. Chati Yokuchi at 1:00 > Ray Gunkel vs. Fuji (02) at 1:00 > Joe
Scarpa vs. Paul DeMarco . at 13:00 > Doug Gilbert (01) & Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. El Medico & the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* and Nick Bockwinkel went
to a draw; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that the
Challenger (01) would be wrestling in Atlanta on April 17, 1970. There was an announcement in the program for this card that effective
May 1, 1970, that all ticket prices would be increased by $0.50, using the high quality of talent as justification. This would raise reserved
seats to $3.50, general admission to $2.50, and children to $1.50.

April 11, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les
Wolff and El Medico . > El Mongol vs. Oki Shikina > Georgia Television Title Match: Assassin #2 (01) vs. Nick
Bockwinkel* for the title / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.
Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Mongol on March 20, 1970, in Atlanta.

April 14, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro
Valdez and Oki Shikina . > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Paul DeMarco & Professor Kimura > Bill Dromo vs. Karl
Von Stroheim > Joe Scarpa vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

April 17, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Les Wolff vs. Oki Shikina > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Pedro Valdez > Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura vs. Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres
> El Mongol & the Challenger (01) vs. El Medico & Assassin #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Assassin
#1 (01)* for the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Kimura and Von Stroheim. The Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) were caught switching places by photographers and fans during the Assassin #1-Bockwinkel match, but the referee
missed it. However, the move backfired as Bockwinkel still managed to get the win. Assassin #1 had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Joe Scarpa in a tournament final on March 13, 1970. Charlie Harben and Leo Garibaldi were
credited as being referees for this card.

April 18, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt & Professor Kimura vs. Joe Scarpa & Les Wolff > the Challenger (01) vs. El Medico > Paul DeMarco vs. Jim Wilson / Notes: This
was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. The Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) joined Capral to refute allegations of pulling a switch during the Bockwinkel-Assassin #1 match on April 17, 1970. After
being shown photographic proof, both Assassins denied the extra man in the ring was either of them, opening themselves up to Capral
asking them was there actually a third Assassin. The masked men, clearly upset, stormed out of the studio. Homer O’Dell managed
Colt and Kimura.

April 21, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Oki Shikina > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Jim Wilson > Women’s Match: Toni Rose vs. Vicky Williams > Bill Dromo vs.
Buddy Colt > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres* vs. Paul DeMarco & Nick Bockwinkel for the
title / Notes: The Torres’ had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) on February 17, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

April 23, 1970 (Thursday) – Cochran, GA – Cochran High School Gymnasium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Toni Rose versus Vicky Williams > Jim Wilson & Ramon Torres versus Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) >
Alberto Torres versus Paul DeMarco

April 24, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Chati Yokuchi vs. Jim Wilson > Bob Armstrong and Fuji (02) . > Bill Dromo vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Buddy Colt vs.
Professor Kimura . > El Mongol vs. the Challenger (01) > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Nick Bockwinkel > Joe Scarpa vs.
Paul DeMarco / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. For the Scarpa-DeMarco match, the winner had to force the
other to submit to the sleeper hold. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 25, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Challenger (01) vs. Oki Shikina > Alberto Torres vs. Professor Kimura . > Nick Bockwinkel vs. El Medico / Notes:
This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

April 28, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro
Valdez and El Medico . > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Joe Scarpa vs. Professor
Kimura > Buddy Colt vs. Bill Dromo / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

April 29, 1970 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez vs. Oki Shikina > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura two falls to none >
Doug Gilbert (01) & the Challenger (01) vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) two falls to none / Notes: Homer
O’Dell managed Colt and Kimura.

May 1, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Challenger (01) vs. Bob Armstrong > Ramon Torres vs. El Medico > Alberto Torres and Rocket Monroe .
> Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Professor Kimura > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt . > Nick
Bockwinkel & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt, Kimura, and Von Stroheim. Following the Gunkel/Fuller-Von Stroheim/Kimura match, the Von Stroheim and
Kimura almost came to blows as Von Stroheim felt Kimura lost the match, but O’Dell calmed the situation. They remained in the ring
as Colt made his way to the ring for his match against Mongol. Mongol was awarded the win . when the other three
interfered and began attacking him in a four-on-one battle, yet Mongol still managed to clear the ring and send his enemies running. Leo
Garibaldi and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. It was announced that Paul DeMarco and Joe Scarpa would
wrestle each other in an amateur match on May 8, 1970, and that Dory Funk, Jr., and Bill Miller would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

May 2, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug
Gilbert (01) & the Challenger (01) vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Nick Bockwinkel vs. Jim Wilson > Assassin #2 (01) vs. El Medico /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

May 5, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro
Valdez and Oki Shikina . > Women’s Tag Team Match: Donna Christianello & Bobbie Peterson vs. Rita Boucher &
Vicky Williams > Jim Wilson & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Professor Kimura > Joe Scarpa vs. Buddy Colt > Joe Scarpa
over Homer O’Dell / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt, Kimura, and Von Stroheim.

May 8, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Tim Geohagen > Derrell Cochran vs. Jim Wilson > Buddy Fuller vs. El Medico > Amateur Match:
Joe Scarpa vs. Paul DeMarco > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura > Tornado Tag Team Match: the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Nick Bockwinkel & Doug Gilbert (01) / Notes: Cochran replaced Ramon
Torres in the match against Wilson, and Fuller replaced Alberto Torres in the match against Medico, as the Torres’ replaced Fuller
and substituted for Ray Gunkel in the match against Colt and Kimura. Following the Scarpa-DeMarco match, DeMarco told Scarpa and
the crowd that he wanted to bury the hatchet and offered his hand to Scarpa. As Scarpa reluctantly gave in, DeMarco surprised him and
applied the sleeper until Scarpa was unconscious, but didn’t release his grasp until Gilbert charged the ring and chased him away.
The individual from the Assassins-Bockwinkel/Gilbert match who scored the fall was to face the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on
the May 15, 1970, card. Assassin #2 scored the pin when he took advantage of Bockwinkel after Bockwinkel had accidentally collided
with Gilbert during an attempted double team maneuver. Bockwinkel attacked Gilbert afterwards as revenge, obviously blaming him for
the loss. Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Kimura, and Von Stroheim. Leo Garibaldi, Eddie Smith, and Charlie Smith were credited as
being referees for this card. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta on May 15, 1970. There was an
announcement in the program for this card “paid for.. by Jack Crawford, promising “I shall return!..

May 9, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Nick
Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Bill Dromo > Buddy Colt vs. Pedro Valdez / Notes:
This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

May 12, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen and Chati Yokuchi . > Professor Kimura vs. Cousin Alfred > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Joe Scarpa & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: O.
..Dell managed Colt and Kimura.

May 15, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Bad Boy Hines > Ramon Torres vs. George Harris > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. Chati Yokuchi &
Fuji (02) > Assassin #1 (01) and the Challenger (01) . > Nick Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco vs. Joe Scarpa & Doug Gilbert
(01) . > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Assassin #2 (01) for the title / Notes: Funk, Jr.,
had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. During
the Funk, Jr.-Assassin #2 match, Assassin #1 attempted to replace his partner. It was reported an NWA official was in attendance and
reported it back to NWA President Sam Muchnick, leading to a suspension the next week of both of the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
and Assassin #2 (01)). Leo Garibaldi and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

May 16, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Challenger (01) vs. George Harris > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Professor Kimura > Assassin #1 (01)
over Bad Boy Hines / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Following the
Torres-Von Stroheim/Kimura match, Kimura and Von Stroheim nearly came to blows. Homer O’Dell managed Kimura and Von
Stroheim.

May 19, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. George Harris > Fuji (02) vs. Pedro Valdez > El Mongol vs. Chati Yokuchi > Joe Scarpa & Leon Ogle & Doug Gilbert
(01) vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt and Kimura.

May 22, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Tim Geohagen versus Jack Vansky > Bill Dromo vs. Oki Shikina > Professor Kimura versus El Mongol > Bill Miller and Doug Gilbert
(01) . at 20:00 > Alberto Torres & Leo Garibaldi vs. Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim . > Joe Scarpa vs.
Paul DeMarco at 20:00 / Notes: Garibaldi substituted for Ramon Torres to team with Alberto Torres in the match against Colt and Von
Stroheim. Colt and Von Stroheim were also replacements, as the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) were
suspended by the NWA for a multitude of infractions vs. recent months. It was reported that the final straw that led the NWA to suspend
them from all NWA promotions throughout the “Continental USA, Hawaii, Canada, and in most of South America.. happened when
they attempted to pull a switch against Dory Funk, Jr., on May 15, 1970. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. The program
for this card credited Bill Evans (02) as the ringside photographer for matches in Atlanta.

May 23, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Miller
over Pedro Valdez > Paul DeMarco & Nick Bockwinkel vs. Alberto Torres & Doug Gilbert (01) > Professor Kimura vs. Jack Vansky /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell joined Capral to
announce he had fired Kimura. Jones joined Capral to announce that since the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01))
had been suspended, and Assassin #2 was the reigning Georgia Television Champion, he was declaring the title vacant and had set a
match for May 29, 1970, between Bockwinkel and Joe Scarpa to determine a new champion.

May 26, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro
Valdez vs. Dale Jones > Alberto Torres vs. Fuji (02) > Bob Armstrong and Chati Yokuchi . > Leon Ogle & Doug Gilbert
(01) vs. Homer O’Dell & Karl Von Stroheim > Professor Kimura vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt and Von
Stroheim.

May 29, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Pedro Valdez vs. Chati Yokuchi > Bob Armstrong & the Challenger (01) vs. Randy Tyler & Rip Tyler > Georgia Television Title Match:
Nick Bockwinkel and Joe Scarpa . > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Professor Kimura > Leo Garibaldi & El Mongol vs.
Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt > No Time Limit Match: Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Bill Miller / Notes: This card was initially scheduled to take
place at the Lakewood Speedway, but it was moved to the Sports Arena due to inclement weather. O’Dell managed Colt and Von
Stroheim. Following the Garibaldi/Mongol-O’Dell/Colt match, Kimura charged the ring and attacked the latter two men. The
Bockwinkel-Scarpa match was to determine a champion for the vacant title, but because of the finish, the title remained vacant pending a
rematch set for June 5, 1970. Assassin #2 (01) had previously been the champion, but the title was declared vacant on May 23, 1970, as
he had been suspended. Tim Geohagen was the special referee for the match. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this
card.

May 30, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Alberto
Torres vs. George Harris > Nick Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco and Doug Gilbert (01) & the Challenger (01) . > Buddy Colt
over Dale Jones / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt.

June 2, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron
Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Oki Shikina > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond Lil > Karl Von
Stroheim vs. Professor Kimura > Leon Ogle vs. Homer O’Dell > Paul DeMarco and Doug Gilbert (01) . / Notes: It
was reported that 4,000 were in attendance for this card. Homer O’Dell managed Von Stroheim.

June 3, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Alberto Torres vs. Bill Kane > Cisco Grimaldo & the Challenger (01) vs. Oki Shikina & Professor Kimura > Paul DeMarco
versus Joe Scarpa > Bill Dromo vs. Buddy Colt . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

June 4, 1970 (Thursday) – Macon, GA – WCWB Studios (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Leon Ogle
over Oki Shikina > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Paul DeMarco vs. Cisco Grimaldo / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Macon Championship Wrestling.. program, hosted by Don McGouirk and Ralph Freed, which could be seen every Saturday on
WCWB Channel 41 at 1:00 PM. Homer O’Dell managed Von Stroheim.

June 5, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Buddy Colt vs. Professor Kimura > Doug Gilbert (01) and El Mongol went
to a . > Paul DeMarco vs. the Challenger (01) > Georgia Television Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Joe Scarpa for the title >
Lights Out Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Tim Geohagen . > Lights Out Match: Leo Garibaldi vs. Buddy Colt / Notes:
DeMarco won his match when he turned the Challenger’s mask around, and taking advantage of his temporary lack of vision. The
Bockwinkel-Scarpa match was a rematch from May 29, 1970. It was to determine a champion for the vacant title, but because of the finish
on May 29, 1970, the title remained vacant pending a rematch set for June 5, 1970. Assassin #2 (01) had previously been the champion,
but the title was declared vacant on May 23, 1970, as he had been suspended. During Bockwinkel’s match against Geohagen,
Scarpa charged the ring and attacked Bockwinkel, bringing the match to an end. It was announced that the Gladiator (01) would be
wrestling in Atlanta on June 12, 1970.

June 6, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Challenger (01) vs. Paul DeMarco / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

June 9, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron Fuller
over Oki Shikina > Mixed Women’s Tag Team Match: Vicky Williams & Darling Dagmar vs. Rita Boucher & Diamond Lil > Leon Ogle
& El Mongol vs. Homer O’Dell & Karl Von Stroheim > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Paul DeMarco / Notes: O’Dell managed Von
Stroheim.

June 12, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong and Professor Kimura . > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar versus Diamond Lil >
Joe Scarpa & Alberto Torres vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. the Gladiator (01) > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs.
Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* vs. El Mongol for the title /
Notes: It was reported that when Bockwinkel forced Mongol to submit with the figure four leglock, that it was the first time Mongol had ever
conceded a match. Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #1 (01) on April 17,
1970. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. It was announced that the Missouri Mauler and the Challenger (01) would be
wrestling in Atlanta on June 19, 1970, card, and the Challenger would unmask in order to participate in a tournament to determine a
challenger to wrestle the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on June 26, 1970. The program for this card reports that there were fans
who were persistently alleging that the Gladiator and the Missouri Mauler were actually the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) under different masks.

June 13, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Challenger (01) vs. the Gladiator (01) > Buddy Colt vs. Professor Kimura > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. Nick Bockwinkel & Paul
DeMarco / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt. During the Gilbert/Mongol-Bockwinkel/DeMarco match, Mongol turned the tables on Bockwinkel and forced him to submit
to his own version of the figure four leglock.

June 16, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron
Fuller & Robert Fuller and Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) . > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs. Sharon Joyce >
Macon Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim vs. Joe Scarpa & El Mongol* for the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell
was handcuffed to Leon Ogle during the Colt/Von Stroheim-Scarpa/Mongol match. Scarpa and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they went vs. O’Dell and Colt on March 17, 1970, in Macon. O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

June 19, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Leo Garibaldi & Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim > One-Night
Tournament: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Joe Scarpa to advance; Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Alberto Torres by referee decision to advance; Bobby
Shane vs. Paul DeMarco by referee decision to advance; the Missouri Mauler vs. El Mongol . to advance; Bockwinkel
over Gilbert to advance; Shane vs. the Mauler . to advance; and Bockwinkel vs. Shane for the tournament / Notes:
O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. As promised, the Challenger (01) unmasked prior to his match against DeMarco, revealing
his identity as Bobby Shane. The tournament was to determine a challenger to wrestle the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on June
26, 1970. It was reported that the purse for the tournament was $3,000. Charlie Smith and Eddie Smith were credited as being referees
for this card.

June 20, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Alberto
Torres vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim . > El Mongol vs. Nick
Bockwinkel . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

June 23, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Leon Ogle
over Cisco Grimaldo > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello vs. Paula Kaye > Karl Von Stroheim and Doug Gilbert (01) went to a
draw > Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* vs. Joe Scarpa to
retain the title / Notes: Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #1 (01) on April
17, 1970. Homer O’Dell managed Von Stroheim.

June 26, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Alberto Torres vs. Chuck Riley > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello versus Rita Boucher > Joe Scarpa versus Louie
Tillet > Leo Garibaldi & Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim > Paul DeMarco versus
Bobby Shane > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Nick Bockwinkel for the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been
the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. O’Dell
managed Colt and Von Stroheim. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that there would be a
tournament for the Georgia Tag Team Title on July 3, 1970. It is unclear as to how the title became vacant. The last reference we have
shows that Gunkel and Fuller, who had won the title when they went vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) on
March 27, 1970, in Atlanta, were still recognized as champions in the program for the card on May 1, 1970.

June 27, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Buddy Colt > Paul DeMarco vs. Bobby Shane > Paul DeMarco vs. El Mongol by referee decision / Notes: This was taped
for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

June 30, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron Fuller
and Fuji (02) . > Rocket Monroe vs. Billy Spears at 5:00 > Doug Gilbert (01) & Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Chati
Yokuchi & Fuji (02) & Professor Kimura > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol vs. Nick Bockwinkel* . ;
Bockwinkel retained the title / Notes: Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #1
(01) on April 17, 1970.

July 3, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Nick Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco by
referee decision to advance; Rocket Monroe & Rip Tyler vs. Bob Armstrong & Alberto Torres to advance; Ray Gunkel & Robert Fuller vs.
the Invaders (Invader #1 & Invader #2) to advance; Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt vs. Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Sr., . to
advance; Shane & Gilbert vs. Monroe & Tyler to advance; O’Dell & Colt vs. Gunkel & Fuller to advance; and Shane & Gilbert vs. O.
..Dell & Colt for the title / Notes: It was reported that the purse for the tournament was $3,000. In addition, the winning team was to
be presented with new belts, replacing the trophy that had previously been used to represent the champions. It is unclear as to how the
title became vacant. The last reference we have shows that Gunkel and Buddy Fuller, who had won the title when they vs. the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) on March 27, 1970, in Atlanta, were still recognized as champions in the program for the
card on May 1, 1970. O’Dell managed Colt. It was announced that Bockwinkel would defend the Georgia Heavyweight Title against
DeMarco on July 10, 1970.

July 4, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Shane and Nick Bockwinkel . > Paul DeMarco vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Rocket Monroe & Rip Tyler vs. the Invaders
(Invader #1 & Invader #2) / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O.
..Dell managed Von Stroheim.

July 7, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Bob Armstrong and Rocket Monroe . > Bill Dromo & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Fuji (02) &
Karl Von Stroheim > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* vs. El Mongol for the title / Notes: Bockwinkel had been
the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #1 (01) on April 17, 1970. Homer O’Dell managed Von
Stroheim.

July 10, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Cisco Grimaldo vs. Billy Spears > Ray Gunkel vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Bill Dromo & Alberto Torres vs. Rocket Monroe & Rip Tyler >
Handicap Match: Buddy Fuller vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* versus Paul
DeMarco ended in a no contest; Bockwinkel retained the title / Notes: During the Fuller-O’Dell/Colt match, Fuller had O’Dell in a
toehold attempting to force him to submit, and Colt ran in the ring and attacked Fuller. Robert Fuller came to the ring to help, but not
before Von Stroheim came to the ring and turned the tables. O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. Bockwinkel had been the
reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #1 (01) on April 17, 1970. Charlie Smith was credited as being a
referee for this card. It was announced that the NWA had lifted the suspension of the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2
(01)), under the condition that they wear different masks and tights to the ring.
July 11, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Rocket Monroe & Rip Tyler > Paul DeMarco vs. Billy Spears > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Sabu Singh /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

July 14, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong and Sabu Singh . > Alberto Torres vs. Professor Kimura > Cyclone Soto vs. Chati Yokuchi > Macon Tag Team
Title Match: Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim* versus Bill Dromo & El Mongol ended in a no contest; Colt & Von Stroheim retained the title /
Notes: Colt and Von Stroheim had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Mongol and Joe Scarpa on June
16, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

July 17, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Sabu Singh > Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Professor Kimura & Fuji (02) > Ray Gunkel vs. El
Lobo (05) > Robert Fuller & Buddy Fuller vs. Homer O’Dell & Karl Von Stroheim > Buddy Colt vs. Leo Garibaldi > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Paul DeMarco vs. Nick Bockwinkel* . for the title / Notes:
Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #1 (01) on April 17, 1970. O’Dell,
who managed Colt and Von Stroheim, was barred from ringside during the Colt-Garibaldi match.

July 18, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Nick
Bockwinkel vs. Fuji (02) > Bobby Shane and Buddy Colt . > Robert Fuller vs. Sabu Singh / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

July 21, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rocket
Monroe and Cyclone Soto . > Sabu Singh vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Derrell Cochran vs. Billy Spears > Derrell Cochran &
Cyclone Soto & Sabu Singh vs. Billy Spears & Cisco Grimaldo & Rocket Monroe > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo & El Mongol
over Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim* . ; Colt & Von Stroheim retained the title / Notes: Colt and Von Stroheim had been
the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Mongol and Joe Scarpa on June 16, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

July 22, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Sabu Singh > Women’s Match: Barbara Owens versus Rita Boucher > Columbus Heavyweight
Title Tournament: Rocket Monroe versus Cyclone Soto; Alberto Torres versus Assassin #2 (01); Bill Dromo versus Assassin #1 (01); and
Paul DeMarco versus Nick Bockwinkel / Notes: It appears as though the tournament may have been the origin of the Columbus
Heavyweight Title. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Columbus on August 12, 1970. The program for this card
mentions that “Columbus Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Jim Koger, could be seen live on WTVM Channel 9 on Saturdays
at 1:00 PM.

July 24, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Cyclone Soto > Ray Gunkel & El Mongol vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Karl Von Stroheim > Buddy Colt vs.
Tim Geohagen at 12:00 > Homer O’Dell vs. Leo Garibaldi > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Paul DeMarco*
to win the title at 33:00 > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01)* versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
& Assassin #2 (01)) ended in a no contest; Shane & Gilbert retained the title / Notes: DeMarco had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Bockwinkel on July 17, 1970, in Atlanta. Shane and Gilbert had been the reigning Georgia
Tag Team Champions since they went vs. O’Dell and Colt in a tournament final on July 3, 1970, in Atlanta. O’Dell managed
Colt and Von Stroheim. Charlie Smith and Eddie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. The program for this card makes a
reference that Bill Evans (02) is still the ringside photographer for Atlanta matches. It was reported that Dory Funk, Jr., and Danny Hodge
would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

July 25, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Shane vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Robert Fuller and Paul DeMarco . > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01)) vs. Alberto Torres & El Mongol / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Von Stroheim.

July 28, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women.
..s Match: Sharon Joyce vs. Rita Boucher > Sabu Singh vs. Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong and Derrell Cochran . >
Nick Bockwinkel and Doug Gilbert (01) . > Bill Dromo vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Leon Ogle
was credited as being a referee for this card. This is the first Macon program we have that mentions details on the “Macon
Championship Wrestling.. program, which could be seen every Saturday on WCWB Channel 41 at 1:00 PM, hosted by Don McGouirk
and Ralph Freed. It also credits some office members, with Choo-Choo Lynn recognized as Assistant Promoter to Fred Ward and
Gordon Price as Ring Announcer. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta on August 11, 1970.

July 31, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller versus Karl Von Stroheim > Paul DeMarco versus Bill Dromo > Buddy Colt versus Buddy Fuller > NWA World
Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Danny Hodge* vs. Bobby Shane for the title > Ray Gunkel & El Mongol versus the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* vs. Doug Gilbert (01) for the title /
Notes: Hodge had been the reigning NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion since May 1965. Bockwinkel had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. DeMarco on July 24, 1970, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von
Stroheim. It was announced that Tim Tyler, Skandor Akbar, and Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Ron and Robert Fuller
participated in an autograph session for fans.

August 1, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt vs. Robert Fuller . > Doug Gilbert (01) and Assassin #1 (01) . > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Sabu Singh /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

August 4, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert
Fuller & Tim Geohagen vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Rocket Monroe > One-Night Tournament: Buddy Colt vs. Doug Gilbert (01) to advance;
Bill Dromo vs. Nick Bockwinkel to advance; and Colt vs. Dromo for the tournament / Notes: The tournament was to determine a
challenger to wrestle the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on August 11, 1970. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

August 7, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Tim Geohagen > Alberto Torres vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Homer O.
..Dell & Karl Von Stroheim > Bobby Shane vs. Rocket Monroe > Ray Gunkel & Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. Charlie Smith and Eddie
Smith were credited as being referees for this card. Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

August 8, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert
Fuller vs. Rocket Monroe > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane > Buddy Colt vs. Pepe Gomez / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

August 11, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert
Fuller versus Tim Tyler > Alberto Torres versus Rocket Monroe > Bill Dromo versus Black Gordman > Terry Funk versus Karl Von
Stroheim > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* versus Buddy Colt / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von
Stroheim.

August 14, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Fuller vs. Tim Tyler > Robert Fuller vs. Homer O’Dell > Ray Gunkel vs. Bob Kaiser > Buddy Fuller vs. Hoss
Strickland > Bobby Shane versus Buddy Colt ended in a double countout > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))
over Bill Dromo & Alberto Torres > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* and Nick Bockwinkel went to a draw; Funk, Jr.,
retained the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on
February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. The program
for this card featured an article written by Gene Gordon about Jones that also appeared in the September 1970 issue of Wrestling Revue
magazine. Shane participated in an autograph session for fans.

August 15, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron
Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Georgia Television Title Match: Bobby Shane vs. Nick Bockwinkel* for the title > Assassin #1 (01) vs.
Sabu Singh / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Bockwinkel had been
the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Joe Scarpa on June 5, 1970, in Atlanta.

August 18, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Midget
Match: Lord Littlebrook vs. Little Crusher > Leon Ogle vs. Hoss Strickland > Skandor Akbar vs. Sabu Singh > Macon Tag Team Title
Match: Bill Dromo & Alberto Torres vs. Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim* for the title / Notes: Ogle substituted for Bob Armstrong in the
match against Strickland. Colt and Von Stroheim had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Joe Scarpa
and El Mongol on June 16, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

August 21, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Midget Match: Lord Littlebrook versus Little Crusher > Ray Gunkel vs. Mike Paidousis > Buddy Fuller & Ron Fuller & Robert
Fuller vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* vs. El Mongol by
disqualification for the title > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01)* versus the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) ended in a no contest; Shane & Gilbert retained the title / Notes: Crusher participated in an
autograph session for fans. Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Paul DeMarco on July
24, 1970, in Atlanta. Shane and Gilbert had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. O’Dell and Colt in
a tournament final on July 3, 1970, in Atlanta. O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee
for this card.

August 22, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug
Gilbert (01) vs. Nick Bockwinkel . > Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Karl Von Stroheim > Buddy Colt
over Alberto Torres / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

August 22, 1970 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Fuller versus Cisco Grimaldo > Robert Fuller versus Tim Tyler > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol versus the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Nick Bockwinkel versus Alberto Torres / Notes: This was the debut card at this venue, a
renovated barn on Buddy Fuller’s property.

August 25, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Cisco Grimaldo at 10:00 > El Mongol vs. Tim Tyler at 8:00 > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs.
Vivian Vachon for the title > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar vs. Bill Dromo & Alberto Torres* for the
title / Notes: Dromo and Torres had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Colt and Karl Von Stroheim on
August 18, 1970, in Macon. Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September
18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar.

August 27, 1970 (Thursday) – Americus, GA – Sumter County Fairgrounds (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Leon Ogle vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Skandor Akbar vs. Roy Lee Welch > Bill Dromo vs. Nick Bockwinkel / Notes: Homer
O’Dell managed Akbar and Von Stroheim.

August 28, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Pepe Gomez > Robert Fuller versus Sabu Singh > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. Tim Tyler &
Skandor Akbar > Bill Dromo vs. Alberto Torres > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01)) vs. Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01)* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* vs. Buddy Colt for
the title / Notes: Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Paul DeMarco on July 24, 1970, in
Atlanta. Shane and Gilbert had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Colt and Homer O’Dell in a
tournament final on July 3, 1970, in Atlanta. O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar. Shane and Gilbert participated in an autograph session
for fans.

August 29, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt vs. Roy Lee Welch > Nick Bockwinkel and El Mongol . > Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Hoss Strickland & Oki Shikina
/ Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

August 29, 1970 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but no information has been found. Toni Rose and Vivian Vachon were advertised.

September 1, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Battle
Royal featuring Skandor Akbar, Bob Armstrong, Nick Bockwinkel, Buddy Colt, Bill Dromo, Robert Fuller, Homer O’Dell, Doug Gilbert
(01), Oki Shikina, Karl Von Stroheim, and Roy Lee Welch > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Oki Shikina > Robert Fuller vs. Roy Lee Welch >
Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Buddy Colt > Bill Dromo and Nick Bockwinkel . > Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar / Notes: It is
unclear as to the reason or the result for the battle royal. O’Dell managed Colt, Akbar, and Von Stroheim.

September 4, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Oki Shikina > Bill Dromo versus Doug Gilbert (01) > Bobby Shane vs. the
Red Demon (02) > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller & El Mongol vs. Skandor Akbar & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt vs. Nick Bockwinkel* for the title / Notes: Bockwinkel had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Paul DeMarco on July 24, 1970, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and
Akbar. Charlie Smith and Eddie Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

September 5, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller > Ray Gunkel vs. Tim Tyler > Bobby Shane
versus Buddy Colt . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

September 8, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt vs. Bad Boy Hines > El Mongol vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Leon Ogle vs. Oki Shikina > Tim Geohagen and Cisco Grimaldo went to
a . > Bill Dromo & Bad Boy Hines & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar & Karl Von Stroheim . / Notes:
Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Akbar, and Von Stroheim.

September 11, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo vs. Oki Shikina > Sabu Singh vs. Bobby Brunell > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Skandor Akbar > El Mongol vs. Karl
Von Stroheim > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller . > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Bobby Shane for the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Akbar, and Von
Stroheim. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in
Atlanta. Singh participated in an autograph session for fans.

September 12, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. the Red Demon (02) > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Buddy Colt . > Skandor Akbar vs. Kevin Sullivan / Notes:
This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Akbar.

September 15, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Robert Fuller vs. Karl Von Stroheim . > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar
over Diamond Lil > Tim Geohagen & Robert Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Karl Von Stroheim . > Macon Tag Team Title
Match: Bill Dromo & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar* . ; Colt & Akbar retained the title / Notes: Colt & Akbar
had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Alberto Torres on August 25, 1970, in Macon.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Akbar, and Von Stroheim.

September 18, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Cisco Grimaldo > Sabu Singh versus Skandor Akbar > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Karl Von Stroheim >
Bobby Shane vs. Oki Shikina > Ray Gunkel vs. the Cougar (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt* by
disqualification; Colt retained the title > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Sr. /
Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick
Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Mongol participated in an
autograph session for fans.

September 19, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Assassin #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane > Buddy Colt vs. Pepe Gomez > Ron Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

September 19, 1970 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Kevin Sullivan versus Cisco Grimaldo > Tim Geohagen versus Skandor Akbar > Bill Dromo & Doug Gilbert
(01) & El Mongol versus Buddy Colt & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed
Colt and Akbar.

September 22, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Sabu Singh and Tim Tyler . at 15:00 > Women’s Match: Sharon Joyce vs. Fran Gravette > Tim Geohagen vs. Karl
Von Stroheim > Bill Dromo & Choo-Choo Lynn & El Mongol vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt, Akbar, and Von Stroheim.

September 25, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus the Cougar (01) > Kevin Sullivan versus Pepe Gomez > Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota vs. El Mongol &
Sabu Singh > Ray Gunkel vs. Skandor Akbar > Paul DeMarco vs. Buddy Colt . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bobby
Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: The Assassins had
been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Shane and Gilbert on August 28, 1970, in Atlanta. Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. It was reported that Freddie Blassie would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon. It was also reported that Jones was negotiating for future dates with the Sheik. DeMarco participated in an
autograph session for fans.

September 26, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota vs. Bill Dromo & Pepe Gomez > Buddy Colt vs. Sabu Singh > Paul DeMarco vs. Tim Tyler / Notes: This
was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It was reported
that the Georgia Tag Team Title was being held up due to an appeal filed by the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)).
They claim that when they lost the title to Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) on September 25, 1970, saying that the amateur wrestling
headgear their opponents wore during the match had them at an unfair advantage, as they alleged that the helmets may have been
greased up prior to the match. Jones said he and the championship committee would investigate and make a ruling at a later date.

September 29, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Battle Royal featuring Skandor Akbar, Bob Armstrong, Buddy Colt, Paul DeMarco, Pepe Gomez, Cisco Grimaldo, Choo-Choo Lynn, El
Mongol, Homer O’Dell, Bobby Shane, Kevin Sullivan, and Tim Tyler > Kevin Sullivan vs. Cisco Grimaldo at 8:54 > Choo-Choo Lynn
over Tim Tyler at 5:41 > Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar . at 11:17 > Homer O’Dell vs. Pepe Gomez > Bobby
Shane and Paul DeMarco . at 20:00 > Buddy Colt versus El Mongol . / Notes: It is unclear as to the
reason or the result for the battle royal. O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar.

September 30, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tim Tyler vs. Corsica Jean > Eduardo DeLynch and Karl Von Stroheim . > Kevin Sullivan vs.
Cisco Grimaldo > Bill Dromo & Bobby Shane vs. Paul DeMarco & Buddy Colt > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.*, vs.
Assassin #2 (01) two falls to one for the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. It was reported that
DeMarco refused to take tags from Colt in the match against Dromo and Shane. Following the match, Shane challenged Colt to put up
his Georgia Heavyweight Title in a future match. Leon Ogle was credited as being a referee on this card.

October 2, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota vs. Bob Armstrong & Tim Geohagen > Bill Dromo vs. Karl
Von Stroheim > Ray Gunkel & Bobby Shane & El Mongol vs. Paul DeMarco & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))
> Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Freddie Blassie at 18:00 for the title / Notes: Fuller substituted for El Medico in
the match against Grimaldo. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in Atlanta. The program for this card shows that “Atlanta TV
Wrestling.., hosted by Ed Capral, has moved to a new time slot on Channel 11 each Saturday from 4:00 to 5:00 PM. It was reported
that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta on October 9, 1970. Shane participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 3, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Shane vs. Cisco Grimaldo > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Eduardo DeLynch & El Mongol > Paul
DeMarco vs. Karl Von Stroheim / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.
Homer O’Dell managed Von Stroheim.

October 3, 1970 (Saturday) Notes: The “Columbus Championship Wrestling.. program moved from WTVM Channel 9 to WRBL
Channel 3 on this date, with Jim Carlisle as the new host, replacing Jim Koger of WTVM. It was reported that when WTVM moved to a
new location, the feed from the Columbus Sports Arena was not strong enough, so Fred Ward and Ralph Freed negotiated a deal with
WRBL to carry the matches. Carlisle, who had no prior experience with the wrestling business, had also worked with WTVM previously,
and at one time during the late 1960s hosted the highest rated local program in Columbus. Dubbed “Blast Off with V-Man..,
Carlisle, working as the title character, the show had a science fiction theme, with the V-Man urging “peace to the universe…

October 6, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim Tyler
and Pepe Gomez . > Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar . > Bobby Shane & Kevin Sullivan vs. Mr. Ito (01)
& the Great Ota > No Time Limit Match: El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: It was reported the purse for the Mongol-Colt match was
$1,500. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar.

October 7, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller and Mr. Ito (01) . > Eduardo DeLynch vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Skandor Akbar &
Kubla Khan vs. Bob Armstrong & Kevin Sullivan > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Bobby Shane two falls to none to
retain the title > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo* and Paul DeMarco . at one fall each / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed Akbar. Armstrong was in Shane’s corner for his match against Colt. The Dromo-DeMarco match was called a
draw in the third fall when referees Charlie Smith and Leon Ogle disagreed on which man re-entered the ring first on a ten count as they
both entered just as the count reached ten. As a result, the Columbus Heavyweight Title was held up pending a rematch on October 14,
1970. It is unclear as to how Dromo came to be recognized as champion. The last reference we have shows tournament matches on
July 22, 1970, in Columbus in what appears to have been a process to name the inaugural champion, but no results have been found.
Further, there is a note in the program for this card that Dromo had won the title in a tournament in September 1970, so it is unclear if the
July matches began a tournament that wasn’t completed until sometime in September.

October 8, 1970 (Thursday) – Lumpkin, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Shane versus
Skandor Akbar > Bill Dromo versus Karl Von Stroheim > Assassin #2 (01) versus El Mongol / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Akbar
and Von Stroheim. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

October 9, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo and Skandor Akbar . > Bobby Shane vs. El Lobo (05) > Bobo Brazil & El Mongol vs. Mr. Ito (01) &
the Great Ota > Paul DeMarco vs. Butcher Vachon > Ray Gunkel & Wilbur Snyder versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Akbar.

October 10, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Kubla Khan vs. Pepe Gomez > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by
disqualification > Paul DeMarco vs. the Red Demon (02) / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan. It was announced that there would be a round robin tournament held for
the vacant Georgia Tag Team Title on October 16, 1970. The title had been held up on September 26, 1970, following a September 25,
1970, match between then champions Gilbert and Bobby Shane and the Assassins. Shane and Gilbert had been declared the winners,
but the Assassins claimed that the headgear worn by the champions created an unfair advantage.

October 13, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Shane vs. Skandor Akbar . > Robert Fuller and the Great Ota . at 17:00 > Mr. Ito (01) vs. Kevin Sullivan >
Bob Armstrong and Paul DeMarco . > Bill Dromo & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes:
O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar.

October 14, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Tyler versus Eduardo DeLynch > Karl Von Stroheim versus Sabu Singh > Bob Armstrong & Bobby Shane versus Buddy
Colt & Skandor Akbar > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo versus Paul DeMarco / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt,
Von Stroheim, and Akbar. The Columbus Heavyweight Title had been held up following a . between champion Dromo and DeMarco
on October 7, 1970.

October 16, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cisco Grimaldo versus Sabu Singh > Eduardo DeLynch versus Kubla Khan > Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar > El
Mongol vs. the Red Demon (02) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin
#2 (01)) vs. Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) to advance; and the Assassins vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota for the title > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* and Paul DeMarco went to a draw; Colt retained the title / Notes: The Georgia Heavyweight Title had
been held up on September 26, 1970, following a September 25, 1970, match between champions Shane and Gilbert and the
Assassins. Shane and Gilbert had been declared the winners, but the Assassins claimed that the headgear worn by the champions
created an unfair advantage. It had been declared vacant on October 10, 1970, with this tournament created to determine new
champions. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Akbar. Colt had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in Atlanta. Eddie Smith was credited as being a
referee for this card.

October 17, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Kubla Khan vs. Pepe Gomez > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by
disqualification > Paul DeMarco vs. the Red Demon (02) / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

October 20, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Eduardo DeLynch vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Skandor Akbar vs. Tim Geohagen > Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Paul DeMarco
over Bob Armstrong > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Bobby Shane / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed Akbar and Von Stroheim. The program for this card noted that Gordon Price was the ring announcer for the Macon
office matches.

October 23, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller and Skandor Akbar . > Bill Dromo vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Kubla Khan vs. Sabu Singh > Ray
Gunkel & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Bobby Shane for
the title > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Paul DeMarco & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* by
disqualification; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been
the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in Atlanta. The Assassins had
been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Ito and Ota in a tournament final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. It
was announced that Argentina Apollo would be wrestling in Atlanta on October 30, 1970. Dromo participated in an autograph session for
fans.

October 24, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Karl Von Stroheim > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bobby Shane & Sabu Singh > Kubla
Khan vs. Vince Gironda / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack
Crawford managed Khan.

October 27, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Shane vs. John Furr > Bob Armstrong & Eduardo DeLynch vs. Skandor Akbar & Kubla Khan . > Bill Dromo vs.
Assassin #1 (01) > Paul DeMarco vs. Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan.

October 30, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Grabmire and Jesse James (02) . > Bobby Shane vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Mr. Ito
(01) > El Mongol vs. the Great Ota > Paul DeMarco vs. Skandor Akbar > Buddy Colt vs. Argentina Apollo > Tornado Tag Team Match:
Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Sr., vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

October 31, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Kubla Khan vs. Kevin Sullivan > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol and Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota . > Jesse James (02) vs.
Tim Tyler . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack
Crawford managed Khan.

November 3, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen vs. Kevin Sullivan > Skandor Akbar vs. Eduardo DeLynch > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota >
Paul DeMarco vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

November 6, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota vs. Bill Dromo & Sabu Singh > Bobby Shane and Jesse James (02) . > Ray
Gunkel versus Jim Grabmire > Buddy Colt and Doug Gilbert (01) . > Paul DeMarco & Bobo Brazil & El Mongol vs. Skandor
Akbar & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was credited
as being a referee for this card. DeMarco participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 7, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Kubla Khan vs. Sabu Singh > Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) went to
a . > Jesse James (02) vs. the Red Demon (02) / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

November 10, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pepe
Gomez vs. Sabu Singh at 15:00 > Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota vs. Bob Armstrong & Eduardo DeLynch > Bill Dromo vs. Skandor Akbar
by disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* and Paul DeMarco went to a draw; Colt retained the title / Notes:
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on
September 4, 1970, in Atlanta.

November 13, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jesse James (02) vs. Eduardo DeLynch > Bill Dromo & El Mongol vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Paul DeMarco vs. the
Red Demon (02) > Ray Gunkel & Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Skandor Akbar & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Freddie Blassie vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained the title / Notes:
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on
September 4, 1970, in Atlanta. Blassie participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 14, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jesse James (02) vs. the Great Ota . > Ray Gunkel vs. Skandor Akbar > Kubla Khan vs. Pepe Gomez > Paul
DeMarco and Assassin #2 (01) . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by
Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

November 17, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Robert Fuller and the Great Ota . > Tim Tyler vs. Sabu Singh > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Robert Fuller vs. Skandor
Akbar & Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Paul DeMarco vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained
the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick
Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in Atlanta.

November 18, 1970 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tim Tyler and Pepe Gomez . > the Great Ota vs. Jesse James (02) > El Mongol vs. Mr. Ito
(01) > Bill Dromo vs. Skandor Akbar > Paul DeMarco & Bob Armstrong vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt . / Notes:
O’Dell managed Colt.

November 20, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen vs. Sabu Singh > Robert Fuller and Jesse James (02) . > Midget Match: Little Bruiser versus
Cowboy Lang > El Mongol vs. Skandor Akbar > Paul DeMarco vs. Kubla Khan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* and Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) went to a draw; the Assassins retained the title > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Gunkel vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan.
The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Mr. Ito (01) and the Great Ota in a tournament
final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since
he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on September 4, 1970, in Atlanta.

November 21, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bobby Shane vs. Kubla Khan . > Doug Gilbert (01) and Mr. Ito (01) . > Robert Fuller vs. the Red Demon
(02) / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

November 24, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Cowboy Lang vs. Little Bruiser > the Great Ota vs. Kevin Sullivan > Tim Tyler and Robert Fuller . > Macon
Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Bob Armstrong & Paul DeMarco vs. Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar* for the title >
Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Homer O’Dell / Notes: Colt and Akbar had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went
over Bill Dromo and Alberto Torres on August 25, 1970, in Macon. O’Dell managed Colt.

November 27, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pepe Gomez vs. Sabu Singh > Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Skandor Akbar & the Cougar (01) > Bill Dromo and
Paul DeMarco . > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates > El Mongol
over Kubla Khan > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Gunkel vs. Buddy Colt* for the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on
September 4, 1970, in Atlanta.

November 28, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Colt vs. Dick Steinborn > Jerry Oates vs. the Great Ota . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. O’Dell told Capral that he was filing an
appeal to uphold the decision in which Colt lost the Georgia Heavyweight Title to Ray Gunkel on November 27, 1970.

December 1, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Robert Fuller vs. Tim Tyler > Luke Graham vs. Jesse James (02) > El Mongol vs. Assassin #2 (01) > Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Homer
O’Dell > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Paul DeMarco* vs. Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar for the title / Notes:
Armstrong and DeMarco had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Colt and Akbar on November 24,
1970, in Macon. O’Dell managed Colt.

December 4, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong and Skandor Akbar . > Tim Geohagen vs. Jesse James (02) > Bobby Shane vs. Luke
Graham > Paul DeMarco & Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. Kubla Khan & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) >
Handicap Match: Ray Gunkel vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan. O’Dell managed Colt.

December 5, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Luke Graham vs. Pepe Gomez > Georgia Television Title Match: Bobby Shane* vs. Kubla Khan . for the title >
Doug Gilbert (01) & Sabu Singh vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral. Shane had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on
August 15, 1970, in Atlanta. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

December 8, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Kevin
Sullivan vs. Tim Tyler > Kubla Khan vs. Robert Fuller > Women’s Match: Sharon Joyce vs. Donna Christianello > Paul DeMarco
over Luke Graham > Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Jack Crawford
managed Khan.

December 10, 1970 (Thursday) – Milledgeville, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Skandor Akbar vs.
Sabu Singh > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: It is unclear as to
what venue was the site of this card.

December 11, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota vs. Bob Armstrong & Sabu Singh > Skandor Akbar vs. Jesse James (02) > Bill Dromo and
Luke Graham . > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt . > Paul DeMarco vs. Kubla Khan . >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) to
retain the title / Notes: The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Ito and Ota in a
tournament final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

December 15, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Kubla Khan > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond Lil at 7:40 > Tim Tyler and Pepe Gomez went to a
draw at 15:00 > Luke Graham vs. Doug Gilbert (01) > Title versus Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))
over Bob Armstrong & Paul DeMarco / Notes: In the Armstrong/DeMarco-Assassins match, the Assassins retained the Georgia Tag
Team Title and won the Macon Tag Team Title. The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went
over Mr. Ito (01) and the Great Ota in a tournament final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. Armstrong and DeMarco had been the reigning
Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Buddy Colt and Skandor Akbar on November 24, 1970, in Macon. Jack Crawford
managed Khan.

December 18, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo vs. the Cougar (01) > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar versus Diamond Lil > Luke Graham &
Skandor Akbar versus Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) . > Paul DeMarco and Buddy Colt . > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Handicap Match: El Mongol vs. Jack Crawford
& Kubla Khan / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Crawford managed Khan. Charlie Harben and Eddie Smith were credited as
being referees for this card. It was announced that Ray Gunkel and Freddie Blassie would wrestle Colt and O’Dell on December 26,
1970. DeMarco participated in an autograph session for fans.

December 19, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ray Gunkel vs. the Cougar (01) > Georgia Television Title Match: Luke Graham vs. Bobby Shane* for the title > El Mongol vs. Mr.
Ito (01) . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Shane
had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel on August 15, 1970, in Atlanta.

December 22, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Griffin vs. Tim Tyler > Paul DeMarco and Luke Graham . at 15:00 > Kubla Khan & Skandor Akbar vs. Bill Dromo &
Doug Gilbert (01) > Freddie Blassie & Bob Armstrong & Paul DeMarco vs. Luke Graham & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan.

December 25, 1970 (Friday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but no information has been found.

December 26 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Griffin vs. Jerry Oates > Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) and Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota . > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Chief Little Eagle & El Mongol > Luke Graham vs. Dick Steinborn > Ray
Gunkel & Freddie Blassie vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben and Charlie Smith
were credited as being referees for this card.

December 29, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Great Ota vs. Bob Boyer > Bill Dromo and Doug Gilbert (01) . > Luke Graham vs. Chief Little Eagle > Macon Tag Team
Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Bob Armstrong & Freddie Blassie for the title / Notes:
The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Paul DeMarco on December
15, 1970, in Macon.
January 1, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Griffin versus Silento Rodriguez > Skandor Akbar vs. Chief Little Eagle > Michel Dubois vs. Doug Gilbert (01) > Jack
Dalton (02) & Jim Dalton vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Bobby Shane and Luke Graham . > Ray Gunkel & Freddie
Blassie & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Charlie Harben and Charlie
Smith were credited as being referees for this card. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It was announced that the appeal filed by O.
..Dell to uphold the decision in which Colt lost the Georgia Heavyweight Title to Gunkel on November 27, 1970, and the investigation
led Jones to declare the title vacant. According to the program for this card, “Atlanta TV Wrestling.., hosted by Ed Capral, has
moved back to Channel 11’s time slot of 10:30 to 11:30 PM on Saturday nights, though it is still taping in the afternoon. Little Eagle
participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 2, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Griffin and Michel Dubois . > Bobby Shane vs. Buddy Colt . > Jack Dalton (02) & Jim Dalton vs. Mr. Ito
(01) & the Great Ota / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt.

January 2, 1971 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) Notes: Although we have no detailed information about this card at this time, it was reported that the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) injured Chief Little Eagle.

January 5, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Skandor
Akbar vs. Doug Gilbert (01) > Kubla Khan vs. Bob Griffin > Paul DeMarco and Luke Graham . > Bob Armstrong & El
Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan.

January 8, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Griffin vs. Skandor Akbar > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Doug Gilbert (01) & Silento Rodriguez > Luke Graham
versus El Mongol . > Kubla Khan vs. Bobby Shane > Buddy Colt and Paul DeMarco . > Ray Gunkel &
Buddy Fuller vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Dubois and Castillo were being billed as European
Tag Team Champions. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith and Leo Garibaldi were credited
as being referees for this card. It was announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Gilbert participated in an autograph
session for fans.

January 9, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Kubla
Khan vs. Jim Dalton . > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo and Bobby Shane & Doug Gilbert (01) . / Notes:
This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

January 12, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Skandor Akbar and Bob Griffin . at 15:00 > Kubla Khan vs. Tim Geohagen > Paul DeMarco versus Luke Graham ended in
a no contest > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))*
to win the title / Notes: There were two referees for the DeMarco-Graham match. The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and DeMarco on December 15, 1970, in Macon. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

January 15, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skandor Akbar vs. Silento Rodriguez > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Jack Dalton (02) & Jim Dalton > One-Night
Tournament: Buddy Colt vs. Bob Griffin to advance; El Mongol vs. Kubla Khan to advance; Paul DeMarco vs. Luke Graham by
disqualification to advance; Colt vs. Mongol by forfeit to advance; and DeMarco vs. Colt for the tournament > Georgia Tag Team Title
Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller ended in a no contest; the
Assassins retained the title / Notes: The tournament was to determine a challenger to wrestle the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on
January 22, 1971. Following the Colt-Mongol tournament match, Mongol had to be carried from the ring. Homer O’Dell managed
Colt. The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Mr. Ito (01) and the Great Ota in a
tournament final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. Jack Crawford managed Khan. It was announced that Nick Bockwinkel and Joe Flaherty
would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. DeMarco participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 16, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. Luke Graham . > Paul DeMarco vs. Mr. Ito (01) > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo and Jack Dalton (02) &
Jim Dalton . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

January 19, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. Kubla Khan . > Bob Griffin vs. Mr. Ito (01) > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Joe Flaherty > Bob Armstrong & Bob
Griffin & Joe Flaherty & Jim Wilson vs. Kubla Khan & Mr. Ito (01) & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Texas
Death Match: Luke Graham vs. Paul DeMarco / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Khan.

January 22, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Luke Graham vs. Joe Flaherty > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Silento Rodriguez & Sabu Singh > Buddy Colt vs. Bob
Griffin > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Jack Dalton (02) & Jim Dalton > NWA World Heavyweight Title
Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Paul DeMarco for the title / Notes: It was reported that DeMarco created a gash above Funk, Jr.’s
right eye that required ten stitches. Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski
on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Funk, Jr., participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 23, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. Nick Adams > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Tim Geohagen & Silento Rodriguez > Buddy Colt vs. Sabu Singh / Notes:
This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

January 26, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mr. Ito
(01) & the Great Ota vs. Joe Flaherty & Jim Wilson > Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar . > Bob Griffin vs. Buddy Colt
by disqualification > Fence Match (No Time Limit): Luke Graham vs. Paul DeMarco / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

January 29, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Mr. Ito (01) > the Great Ota vs. Joe Flaherty > Skandor Akbar & Kubla Khan vs. Jack Dalton (02) & Jim
Dalton > Bob Griffin and Luke Graham . > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) . > Buddy Colt vs. Paul DeMarco / Notes: During the Dubois/Castillo-Assassins match,
Assassin #1 opened up a major cut on Castillo that left blood all vs. the ring. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt. It was announced there would be a tournament held for the vacant Georgia Heavyweight Title on February 5, 1971. The
title had been vacant since the NWA reportedly recommended such action following an appeal filed by O’Dell and Colt after Colt
seemingly lost the title to Ray Gunkel on November 27, 1970. The Daltons participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 30, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Kubla Khan vs. Billy Spears > El Mongol vs. Luke Graham . > Jim Wilson vs. Gene Bobo / Notes: This was taped for
the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

February 2, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Silento Rodriguez . at 15:00 > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs. Sharon Joyce > Sabu Singh vs.
Nick Adams > Jim Wilson vs. Luke Graham . > Bob Armstrong & Bob Griffin vs. Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar / Notes:
Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

February 5, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Assassin #1 (01) and Fidel Castillo . > Georgia Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament: Bob Griffin vs.
Skandor Akbar to advance; Dick Steinborn vs. Gene Bobo to advance; Kubla Khan vs. Eduardo DeLynch to advance; Assassin #2 (01)
over Michel Dubois to advance; Jim Wilson vs. Mr. Ito (01) to advance; Luke Graham vs. Silento Rodriguez to advance; Nick Bockwinkel
over Griffin to advance; Steinborn vs. Khan to advance; Assassin #2 vs. Wilson to advance; El Mongol vs. Graham .
to advance; Bockwinkel vs. Steinborn to advance; Mongol vs. Assassin #2 . to advance; and Mongol vs. Bockwinkel
to win the title / Notes: The tournament was to determine a new champion for the vacant title. The title had been vacant since the NWA
reportedly recommended such action following an appeal filed by Homer O’Dell and Buddy Colt after Colt seemingly lost the title to
Ray Gunkel on November 27, 1970. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Charlie Harben and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees
for this card. It was announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta on February 12, 1971, and that Danny Hodge and Nikita
Mulkovitch would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Wilson participated in an autograph session for fans.

February 6, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. Kubla Khan . > Assassin #1 (01) vs. Jim Dalton > Silento Rodriguez and Mr. Ito (01) . /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

February 9, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sabu
Singh vs. Silento Rodriguez at 8:00 > Bob Armstrong & Bob Griffin and Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota . at 45:00 > Luke
Graham vs. Jim Wilson > Skandor Akbar vs. Buddy Colt . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

February 12, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Sabu Singh > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Jack Dalton (02) & Jim Dalton > Jim Wilson vs. Luke
Graham . > Buddy Colt vs. Bob Griffin > Ray Gunkel & Bobo Brazil & El Mongol vs. Kubla Khan & the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan.
Crawford interfered in the Khan/Assassins-Gunkel/Brazil/Mongol match, forcing a disqualification. The Assassins confronted Crawford in
the center of the ring and almost came to blows, but Khan helped restore order. It was announced that Roberto Soto and Argentina
Apollo would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Brazil participated in an autograph session for fans.

February 13, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. Billy Spears > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Jack Dalton (02) & Jim Dalton > Luke Graham vs. Eduardo DeLynch /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

February 16, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Sabu Singh . at 15:00 > Bob Griffin & Roberto Soto vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Bob Armstrong and Luke
Graham . at 45:00 > Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt vs. Leon Ogle & Skandor Akbar / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt.

February 19, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Skandor Akbar > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Tim Geohagen & Roberto Soto > Buddy Colt vs. the
Scorpion (01) > Luke Graham versus El Mongol . > Handicap Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Jack Crawford & Nikita Mulkovitch & Kubla Khan / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Crawford managed
Khan and Mulkovitch. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

February 20, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Luke Graham vs. Sabu Singh > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Jim Wilson & El Mongol > the Scorpion
(01) vs. Nikita Mulkovitch . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by
Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Mulkovitch.

February 23, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Eduardo DeLynch vs. the Great Ota > Billy Spears and Corsica Jean . at 15:00 > Roberto Soto vs. Mr. Ito (01) > Bob
Armstrong & Bob Griffin & Leon Ogle vs. Homer O’Dell & Luke Graham & Buddy Colt . / Notes: O’Dell
managed Colt.

February 26, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sabu Singh and the Scorpion (01) . > Jim Wilson vs. Nikita Mulkovitch > Luke Graham vs. Bob Griffin > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Mr. Ito (01) & the Great Ota > Roberto Soto and Buddy Colt . >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): El Mongol* vs. Kubla Khan for the title / Notes: Mongol had been the
reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan and Mulkovitch. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this
card. Colt participated in an autograph session for fans.

February 27, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Luke Graham . > Buddy Colt vs. the Scorpion (01) > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01)) vs. Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

March 2, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears vs. Corsica Jean > Bob Griffin vs. Nikita Mulkovitch > Eduardo DeLynch & Roberto Soto vs. Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo >
Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol* vs. Luke Graham & Buddy Colt for the title / Notes: Armstrong and
Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin
#2 (01)) on January 12, 1971, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Mulkovitch.

March 5, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Billy Spears > Bob Griffin & Roberto Soto and Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo . > Bill Dromo
over Krusher Karlson > Klondike Bill vs. Kubla Khan > Ray Gunkel & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin
#2 (01)) > One-Night Tournament: Freddie Blassie vs. Buddy Colt . to advance; Luke Graham vs. Blassie to advance;
and Graham vs. Colt for the tournament / Notes: The tournament was to determine a challenger to wrestle the Georgia Heavyweight
Champion on March 12, 1971. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben was credited as being a
referee for this card. It was announced that Wilbur Snyder would be wrestling in Atlanta on March 12, 1971. Klondike participated in an
autograph session for fans.

March 6, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Klondike
Bill vs. Nikita Mulkovitch > Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by
disqualification > Luke Graham vs. Roberto Soto / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Jack Crawford managed Mulkovitch.

March 9, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears vs. Bob Boyer > Bob Griffin and Krusher Karlson . at 15:00 > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Roberto Soto &
the Scorpion (01) > Bob Armstrong vs. Kubla Khan > Buddy Colt and El Mongol . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed
Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

March 11, 1971 (Thursday) – Macon, GA – WCWB Studios (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong and Buddy Colt . > Krusher Karlson vs. Sabu Singh > El Mongol vs. Fidel Castillo > Kubla Khan vs. Bob
Boyer / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan. This was taped for “Macon Championship Wrestling.
.. program, which could be seen each Saturday on WCWB Channel 41. It is unclear as to hosted the program at this time.

March 12, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Krusher Karlson vs. Jim Wilson > Roberto Soto vs. Fidel Castillo > Bob Griffin vs. Michel Dubois . >
Handicap Match: Klondike Bill vs. Mr. Koma & the Great Ota > Bill Dromo & Wilbur Snyder and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) . > Ray Gunkel versus Buddy Colt . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol*
over Luke Graham . for the title / Notes: Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was
credited as being a referee for this card. The program for this card reported that the Assassins had filed a protest with the NWA, asking to
be allowed to return to matching masks and tights. They stated it hampered their image they had worked so hard to hone. Wilson
participated in an autograph session for fans.

March 13, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Klondike Bill vs. Gene Bobo > Buddy Colt vs. Bob Griffin > Robert Fuller vs. Billy Spears > El Mongol and Assassin #2 (01) went to a
draw / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. This episode was aired from
11:00 PM to Midnight. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

March 16, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Roberto Soto . > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Robert Fuller & Eduardo DeLynch > Bob Griffin vs.
Krusher Karlson . > Bob Armstrong vs. Kubla Khan > Texas Death Match: El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer
O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

March 19, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sabu Singh and the Great Ota . > Roberto Soto vs. Mr. Koma > Robert Fuller vs. Kubla Khan by
disqualification > Klondike Bill vs. Luke Graham . > Ray Gunkel & Bill Dromo & Buddy Fuller vs. Krusher Karlson &
the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol* vs. Buddy Colt by
disqualification for the title / Notes: Joe Higuchi was the special referee for the Mongol-Colt match. Mongol had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta. Colt attacked
Higuchi following the match. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben was credited as being a
referee for this card. The program for this card reported that Jones had made a request of the NWA Board meeting to oppose the petition
submitted by the Assassins regarding their masks and tights. Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

March 20, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Georgia Television Title Match: Klondike Bill vs. Luke Graham* for the title > Roberto Soto & El Mongol vs. Michel Dubois & Fidel
Castillo . > Bob Griffin and Krusher Karlson . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling..
television program hosted by Ed Capral. This episode aired from 11:30 PM to 12:30 AM. Graham had been the reigning Georgia
Television Champion since he went vs. Bobby Shane on December 19, 1970, in Atlanta. It was announced that Buddy Colt had been
fined $250 for attacking special referee Joe Higuchi following his match against Mongol on March 19, 1971, and a suspension was
possible as well. In addition, Colt’s manager, Homer O’Dell, vowed to file an appeal to the NWA to demand a rematch, as they
felt Higuchi was partial to Mongol. It was also announced that the NWA had denied the protest of the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) to be able to return to wearing matching masks and tights.

March 23, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Michel
Dubois & Fidel Castillo and Eduardo DeLynch & Sabu Singh . at 15:00 > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs.
Tippi Wells > Bob Griffin & Roberto Soto vs. Buddy Colt & Krusher Karlson . > Bob Armstrong & Leon Ogle vs. Jack
Crawford & Kubla Khan / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan.

March 26, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson and Michel Dubois . > Sabu Singh vs. Fidel Castillo . > Krusher Karlson vs.
Bob Boyer > Dick Steinborn and Kubla Khan . > Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill vs. Luke Graham & Buddy Colt > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match: Ray Gunkel & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the
Assassins retained the title / Notes: The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Mr. Ito
(01) and the Great Ota in a tournament final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. Jack Crawford managed Khan. Homer O’Dell managed
Colt. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. Klondike participated in an autograph session for fans.

March 27, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Handicap Match: Klondike Bill vs. Billy Spears & Nikita Mulkovitch > Sabu Singh & the Scorpion (01) vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin
#1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > Bill Dromo and Krusher Karlson . / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. This episode aired from 11:00 PM to Midnight, and seems to
become the new time slot.

March 30, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Battle
Royal: Bob Armstrong and Luke Graham (Co-Winners); Bob Boyer, Buddy Colt, Eduardo DeLynch, Bob Griffin, Mr. Koma, Krusher
Karlson, Nikita Mulkovitch, Homer O’Dell, the Great Ota, Roberto Soto, and Jim Wilson also participated > Jim Wilson vs. Nikita
Mulkovitch > Homer O’Dell vs. Mr. Koma > Bob Boyer and Eduardo DeLynch . at 15:00 > Bob Griffin and Buddy Colt
went to a . at 15:00 > Roberto Soto vs. Krusher Karlson . > Bob Armstrong vs. Luke Graham > No Time Limit
Match: Leon Ogle vs. Jack Crawford / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. O’Dell managed Colt.

April 2, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Koma & the Great Ota vs. Roberto Soto & Eduardo DeLynch > Robert Fuller and Krusher Karlson . >
Kubla Khan vs. Bob Griffin > Bill Dromo and Buddy Colt . > Georgia Television Title Match: Klondike Bill* versus Luke
Graham ended in a no contest; Klondike retained the title > Georgia Tag Team Title Cage Match: Ray Gunkel & El Mongol vs. the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: Klondike had been the reigning Georgia Television
Champion since he went vs. Graham on March 20, 1971, in Atlanta. The Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Ota and Mr. Ito (01) in a tournament final on October 16, 1970, in Atlanta. Jack Crawford managed Khan.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Soto participated in an autograph session
for fans.

April 3, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Klondike
Bill vs. Krusher Karlson > Buddy Colt vs. Eduardo DeLynch > Bob Griffin & Roberto Soto vs. Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo by
disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt.

April 6, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller
over Mr. Koma > Eduardo DeLynch and the Great Ota . > Billy Spears vs. the Scorpion (01) > Bob Griffin vs. Krusher
Karlson > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol* vs. Luke Graham & Buddy Colt for the title / Notes: Armstrong
and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) on January 12, 1971, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

April 9, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Krusher Karlson > Bill Dromo vs. Michel Dubois > Bob Griffin & Roberto Soto vs. Mr. Koma & the Great
Ota > Buddy Fuller vs. Luke Graham > Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt . > Georgia Tag Team Title Texas Tornado Tag
Team Match: Ray Gunkel & El Mongol* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) for the title / Notes: Jones
was the special referee for the Gunkel/Mongol-Assassins match. Gunkel and Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on April 2, 1971, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben was
credited as being a referee for this card. Klondike participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 10, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Mr. Koma & the Great Ota > Buddy Colt and El Mongol . >
Klondike Bill vs. Gene Bobo / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

April 13, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Robert Fuller . > Bob Griffin vs. Nikita Mulkovitch > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs.
Diamond Lil > Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Krusher Karlson > Bob Armstrong & Leon Ogle & El Mongol vs. Homer O’Dell & Billy Spears &
Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt.

April 16, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Robert Fuller vs. Nikita Mulkovitch > Derrell Cochran vs. Guillotine Gordon . > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs.
Jim Wilson & Jerry Oates > Roberto Soto & Klondike Bill & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin
#2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. Fuller participated in an
autograph session for fans.

April 17, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Guillotine Gordon vs. Sabu Singh > Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto and Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo . > Buddy Colt vs.
Jerry Oates / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt.

April 20, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Griffin
over Michel Dubois at 10:37 > Jerry Oates and Fidel Castillo . at 15:00 > Bob Armstrong vs. Luke Graham > Dick
Steinborn & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Billy Spears & Krusher Karlson at 17:05 > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol* vs. Buddy
Colt . for the title / Notes: Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick
Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

April 23, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Guillotine Gordon vs. Jerry Oates > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Ann Casey for the title > Bob
Armstrong & Jim Wilson vs. Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo . > Dick Steinborn and Luke Graham . > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol*
versus Buddy Colt ended in a no contest; Mongol retained the title / Notes: Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta. Moolah had been billed as Women.
..s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.
Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that Doug Gilbert (01) and Jose Lothario would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon. Moolah participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 24, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Jim Wilson & El Mongol > Luke Graham vs. Klondike Bill .
> Roberto Soto and Guillotine Gordon . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. is now back in the 10:30 to 11:30 PM time slot.

April 27, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Krusher
Karlson vs. Sabu Singh > Women’s Match: Ann Casey vs. the Black Venus > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears &
Luke Graham > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Bob Griffin > Boxing Match: Leon Ogle vs. Homer O’Dell > Fence Match: El Mongol vs.
Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt.

April 30, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Dick Steinborn and El Mongol (Winners) > Fidel Castillo and Kubla Khan . > Guillotine Gordon
over Roberto Soto > Luke Graham vs. Jerry Oates > Assassin #1 (01) vs. Jim Wilson > Bill Dromo and Assassin #2 (01) went to a
draw > Klondike Bill vs. Michel Dubois > Buddy Colt vs. Bob Griffin > Dick Steinborn versus El Mongol ended in a double countout /
Notes: The battle royal determined the matches for the card. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,000. Jack Crawford
managed Khan and Gordon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Wilson
participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 1, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn vs. Nikita Mulkovitch > Bob Griffin & Roberto Soto vs. Guillotine Gordon & Kubla Khan > Buddy Colt versus El Mongol ended
in a no contest / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt. Jack Crawford managed Khan and Gordon. Khan turned on Crawford and Gordon during the match against Griffin and
Soto.

May 4, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy Spears
and Roberto Soto . > Jerry Oates & Jim Wilson vs. Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo > Dick Steinborn vs. Krusher Karlson >
Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) for the
title / Notes: Armstrong and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on January
12, 1971, in Macon.

May 7, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong and Krusher Karlson . > Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo vs. Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill > Dick
Steinborn vs. Luke Graham > Ray Gunkel & Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) > Handicap Match: Kubla Khan vs. Jack Crawford & Guillotine Gordon / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.
Crawford managed Gordon. Charlie Harben and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. Gilbert participated in an
autograph session for fans.

May 8, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug
Gilbert (01) vs. Gene Bobo > Buddy Colt vs. Roberto Soto > Guillotine Gordon vs. Kubla Khan / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Buddy Colt. Jack Crawford managed
Gordon.

May 11, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Corsica
Jean and Sabu Singh . at 15:00 > Jerry Oates and Billy Spears . > Bill Dromo vs. Fidel Castillo > Dick
Steinborn vs. Krusher Karlson at 8:27 > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: It is unclear as to how the Assassins
came to be recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows Alberto Torres and Ramon Torres
defending the title against Paul DeMarco and Nick Bockwinkel on April 21, 1970, in Macon.

May 14, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Kubla Khan vs. Sabu Singh > Bill Dromo versus Bob Griffin . > Dick Steinborn & Doug Gilbert (01) vs.
Billy Spears & Fidel Castillo > Buddy Fuller vs. Krusher Karlson > Anything Goes Match: Homer O’Dell vs. Jack Crawford > Ray
Gunkel & Klondike Bill vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match (No Disqualification): El Mongol* and Buddy Colt went to a draw; Mongol retained the title / Notes: Mongol had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta. O’Dell
managed Colt. Klondike participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 15, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ray
Gunkel vs. Mr. X (19) > Georgia Television Title Match: Klondike Bill* vs. Guillotine Gordon . for the title > Dick
Steinborn vs. Luke Graham > Assassin #1 (01) vs. Bob Griffin . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Klondike had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went over
Graham on March 20, 1971, in Atlanta. Jack Crawford managed Gordon.

May 18, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Krusher
Karlson vs. Bob Griffin > Dick Steinborn vs. Fidel Castillo > Klondike Bill vs. Gene Bobo > Bill Dromo & Bob Griffin & Dick Steinborn
over Billy Spears & Fidel Castillo & Krusher Karlson > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: Choo-Choo Lynn was
the special referee for the Armstrong/Mongol-Assassins match. The Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions
since May 11, 1971.

May 21, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto and Sabu Singh . > Bill Dromo vs. Krusher Karlson . > Fidel Castillo vs. Bob Griffin > El
Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) > Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt . > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))
over Dick Steinborn & Doug Gilbert (01) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

May 22, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Assassin
#1 (01) vs. the Scorpion (01) > the Professional vs. Buddy Colt . > Fidel Castillo vs. Sabu Singh / Notes: This was
taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Doug Gilbert (01) began wearing his mask again,
resulting in him only being referred to once again as the Professional. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

May 25, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Dromo
& Klondike Bill vs. Billy Spears & Krusher Karlson > Dick Steinborn and Guillotine Gordon . > Jerry Oates vs. Fidel
Castillo > Bob Armstrong & Choo-Choo Lynn & El Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))

May 28, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Kubla Khan vs. Billy Spears > Women’s Tag Team Match: Vicky Williams & Sharon Joyce vs. Toni Rose & the Black
Venus > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol* vs. Guillotine Gordon for the title > Dick Steinborn & Klondike Bill & the
Professional vs. Buddy Colt & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Joyce substituted for Donna
Christianello to team with Williams in the match against Rose and Venus. Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Nick Bockwinkel in a tournament final on February 5, 1971, in Atlanta. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It
was announced that Freddie Blassie and Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Williams participated in an autograph session
for fans.

May 29, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women.
..s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Toni Rose > the Professional vs. the Red Demon (03) > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe versus Kubla
Khan & El Mongol . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. During the Professional-Demon match, the Pro removed the Demon’s mask, but he was unable to be identified as he raced
from the ring.

June 1, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Battle Royal
featuring Bob Armstrong, Fidel Castillo, Bill Dromo, Krusher Karlson, Roberto Soto, and Billy Spears > Dick Steinborn versus Guillotine
Gordon > No Time Limit Match: Choo-Choo Lynn & Klondike Bill versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) /
Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal.

June 2, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Guillotine Gordon . > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto
> Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 (01) . > Bill Dromo & Leon Ogle vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell
managed Colt.

June 4, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Derrell Cochran vs. Billy Spears . > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe and Kubla Khan & El Mongol . >
Bill Dromo vs. Fidel Castillo > Texas Tornado Tag Team Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Dick Steinborn & the Professional > Texas Death Match: Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt. Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 5, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt and Kubla Khan . > Roberto Soto & Klondike Bill vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . > the
Professional vs. Fidel Castillo / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

June 8, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto vs. Gene Bobo > Dick Steinborn and Guillotine Gordon . > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. Gene Bobo & Billy
Spears > Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn vs. Guillotine Gordon & Krusher Karlson > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Choo-Choo Lynn
& Klondike Bill vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins retained the title /
Notes: The Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions since May 11, 1971.

June 9, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates versus Fidel Castillo > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe versus Bob Armstrong & the Professional > Kubla Khan
versus Assassin #1 (01) > Dick Steinborn & Bill Dromo versus Buddy Colt & Assassin #2 (01) > Boxing Match: Homer O’Dell versus
Leon Ogle / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt.

June 11, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Dick Steinborn & the Professional vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe by
disqualification > Kubla Khan vs. Fidel Castillo > Handicap Match: Klondike Bill vs. Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt .
> Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Gunkel & El Mongol* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) for the
title / Notes: Gunkel and Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on April 2,
1971, in Atlanta. O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that George
Scott, Salvadore Lothario, Pepper Gomez, Ken Russell, Killer Karl Kox, Haystacks Calhoun, and the Sheik would be wrestling in Atlanta
soon. Gunkel participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 12, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Assassin #1 (01) versus El Mongol . > the Professional vs. Mr. X (19) > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Dick
Steinborn & Jerry Oates / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. It was
announced that the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) were filing a protest with the NWA vs. the outcome of their
match against Georgia Tag Team Champions Mongol and Ray Gunkel on June 11, 1971. Jones later joined Capral to announce that he
was temporarily holding up the title pending a ruling from the investigation by the NWA. It is unclear as to what happened in the match to
prompt this.

June 15, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Roberto Soto . > Jerry Oates vs. Krusher Karlson . at 11:15 > Women’s Match: Donna
Christianello vs. Jan Sheridan at 6:47 > Bill Dromo vs. Guillotine Gordon . > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn
ended in a no contest; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: The Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions
since May 11, 1971. Charlie Smith and Leon Ogle were credited as being referees for this card.

June 18, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Krusher Karlson . > Bill Dromo vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Women’s Match: Kay Noble
and Jean Antone . > Klondike Bill vs. Guillotine Gordon > Elimination Tag Team Match (No Time Limit): Ray Gunkel & Dick
Steinborn & Kubla Khan & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. the Professional for the title / Notes: Antone substituted for Betty Nicoli in the
match against Noble. Per the stipulation in the Gunkel/Steinborn/Khan/Mongol-Monroes/Assassins match, Gunkel won the reported
$1,500 purse for being the last man standing. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It is unclear as to how Colt became recognized as
Georgia Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows Mongol defending the title against Gordon on May 28, 1970, in
Atlanta. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 19, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Dromo and Krusher Karlson . > Klondike Bill vs. Flash Monroe . > Billy Spears vs. Rocky Johnson /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

June 22, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto vs. Cisco Grimaldo > the Professional vs. Krusher Karlson > Billy Spears & Cisco Grimaldo vs. Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto >
Derrell Cochran & the Professional vs. Guillotine Gordon & Krusher Karlson > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification
Rule Waived): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* and Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn went to a draw; the
Assassins retained the title / Notes: There were two referees for the Armstrong/Steinborn-Assassins match. The Assassins had been
billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions since May 11, 1971. Leon Ogle was credited as being a referee for this card. The program
for this card mentioned the passing of Alberto Torres, who died on June 13, 1971, following a match against Ox Baker. It stated that
Baker had hit Torres so hard that it burst his pancreas. It was announced that George Scott, Cowboy Lang, Rocket Monroe, and Flash
Monroe would be wrestling in Macon soon.

June 25, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Salvadore Lothario and Cisco Grimaldo . > Kubla Khan vs. Ken Russell > Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill vs. Billy
Spears & Krusher Karlson > the Professional vs. Guillotine Gordon > El Mongol vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Ray Gunkel & Dick Steinborn
over Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Bobo Brazil ended in a no
contest; Colt retained the title / Notes: Prior to the start of the Mongol-Assassin #1 match, Big John (01) issued a challenge to Mongol, but
before Mongol could respond, John attacked him. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since June 18, 1971. Charlie Harben and Eddie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. The program for this card
mentioned that Alberto Torres died on June 13, 1971, after receiving injuries in a match against Ox Baker. It said that he had suffered
damage to his pancreas and failed to respond to treatment. Brazil participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 26, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rocket
Monroe & Flash Monroe and Kubla Khan & El Mongol . > Klondike Bill vs. Guillotine Gordon > Bob Armstrong vs. Billy
Spears . / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. This
episode aired from 11:30 PM to 12:30 AM.

June 29, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell
Cochran vs. Mr. X (19) > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto . > George Scott vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Klondike Bill vs.
Guillotine Gordon > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #1 (01) . at 15:00 > Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt > Battle Royal: Bob
Armstrong (Winner); Assassin #1, Derrell Cochran, Buddy Colt, Guillotine Gordon, George Scott, Cisco Grimaldo, Klondike Bill, Roberto
Soto, Dick Steinborn, Billy Spears, and Mr. X (19) also participated / Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $1,000.
Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

July 2, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Buddy Colt (Winner) > Kubla Khan vs. Salvadore Lothario > Bill Dromo and Rocket Monroe . > El
Mongol vs. Krusher Karlson > Klondike Bill vs. Flash Monroe > Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears > Cisco Grimaldo versus Roberto Soto
ended . > Big John (01) vs. Angelo Poffo > Buddy Colt vs. Dick Steinborn > Buddy Colt vs. Guillotine Gordon / Notes: It
was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,500. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. George Scott participated in an autograph
session for fans.

July 3, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Big John
(01) vs. Salvadore Lothario > George Scott vs. Krusher Karlson > Dick Steinborn vs. Cisco Grimaldo / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. This episode aired from 11:00 PM to Midnight.

July 6, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Ken Russell > Derrell Cochran vs. Guillotine Gordon > George Scott vs. Billy Spears > Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt by
disqualification > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin
#2 (01))* vs. Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn for the title / Notes: There were two referees for the Assassins-Armstrong/Steinborn
match. The Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team Champions since May 11, 1971. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. It
was announced that Rocket Monroe and Flash Monroe would be wrestling in Macon on July 13, 1971.

July 9, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Derrell Cochran & Klondike Bill > George Scott
over Guillotine Gordon > Big John (01) & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Kubla Khan & El
Mongol > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Steinborn vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained the title / Notes: Homer O.
..Dell managed Colt. Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. Armstrong participated in an
autograph session for fans.

July 10, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Victor
Rivera vs. Buddy Colt . > George Scott & Klondike Bill and Big John (01) & Assassin #1 (01) . > El
Mongol vs. Ken Russell / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. This
episode aired from 10:30 to 11:30 PM, and would the next several weeks. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

July 13, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell
Cochran vs. Ken Russell > Women’s Match: Sandy Parker vs. Lilly Thomas > George Scott vs. Krusher Karlson > Rocket Monroe
& Flash Monroe vs. Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates > Bob Armstrong & Leon Ogle & Klondike Bill vs. Billy Spears & Homer O’Dell &
Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Buddy Colt.

July 16, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Guillotine Gordon > Kubla Khan vs. Krusher Karlson > Midget Match: Cowboy Lang vs. Lord Littlebrook
> Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Dick Steinborn & Bill Dromo > Big John (01) versus El Mongol . > George
Scott & Klondike Bill vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > Handicap Match: Ray Gunkel
over Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: Jones was the special referee for the Gunkel-O’Dell/Colt match. O’Dell managed
Colt. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. Littlebrook participated in an autograph session for fans.

July 17, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Assassin
#1 (01) & Big John (01) vs. Dick Steinborn & Kubla Khan > Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt . > George Scott vs. Billy
Spears / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell
managed Colt.

July 20, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > George
Scott and Billy Spears . > Women’s Match: Toni Rose vs. Tippi Wells > Bill Dromo vs. Guillotine Gordon > Midget
Match: Cowboy Lang vs. Lord Littlebrook > Klondike Bill vs. Krusher Karlson > Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn vs. Rocket Monroe &
Flash Monroe .

July 21, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Guillotine Gordon > Krusher Karlson and Kubla Khan . > Women’s Match: Sandy Parker
over Lilly Thomas > Bob Armstrong & George Scott & El Mongol vs. Assassin #1 (01) & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Columbus
Heavyweight Title Match: Assassin #2 (01)* and Bill Dromo went to a draw; Assassin #2 retained the title / Notes: It is unclear as to how
Assassin #2 came to be recognized as Columbus Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows a tournament for the title
being held on July 22, 1970, in Columbus. However, we have found no documented results from that card.

July 23, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Kubla Khan vs. Cisco Grimaldo . > Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears & Ken Russell > Women.
..s Match: Sandy Parker vs. Lilly Thomas > George Scott & Klondike Bill vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > George Scott &
Klondike Bill vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > Texas Death Match: Big John (01) vs.
El Mongol > Lights Out Match: Ray Gunkel vs. Homer O’Dell / Notes: Buddy Colt was barred from the building during the Gunkel-O.
..Dell match. For Gunkel to have been declared the winner of the match, he had to pin O’Dell three times in thirty minutes. O.
..Dell attempted at one point to hit Gunkel with a chain wrapped around his fist, but Gunkel was able to take it from him before any
damage could be done. Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

July 24, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Big John
(01) vs. Roberto Soto > George Scott and Buddy Colt . > El Mongol vs. Billy Spears / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Jones joined Capral to announce
that he would be fining O’Dell for attempting to use a chain in his match against Ray Gunkel on July 23, 1971, and would also be
recommending that the NWA issue a suspension.

July 27, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy Spears
and Jerry Oates . > Krusher Karlson vs. Salvadore Lothario > Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) for the title / Notes: Armstrong and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went
over the Assassins on January 12, 1971, in Macon.

July 30, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cisco Grimaldo and Salvadore Lothario . > Roberto Soto and Kubla Khan . > Bill Dromo vs.
Billy Spears > George Scott & Dick Steinborn vs. Krusher Karlson & Guillotine Gordon > Buddy Colt vs. Klondike Bill > Rocket Monroe
& Flash Monroe versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > Texas Death Match (No Time
Limit): El Mongol vs. Big John (01) / Notes: Following the Monroes-Assassins match, Assassin #1 had to be carried from the ring.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Harben and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. It was announced that
Bobo Brazil, Angelo Poffo, and Bob Kaiser would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The Monroes participated in an autograph session for fans.

July 31, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Krusher Karlson > Kubla Khan vs. Big John (01) . > George Scott vs. Mr. X (19) / Notes: This was taped
for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

August 3, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears & Cisco Grimaldo and Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto . > Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears . > Bob
Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01))

August 6, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran and Krusher Karlson . > Dick Steinborn vs. Angelo Poffo > Kubla Khan vs. Johnny Kace >
Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates > George Scott & Klondike Bill & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & Big John
(01) & Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Klondike participated in an autograph session for fans.

August 7, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Assassin #1 (01) and El Mongol . > Big John (01) and Klondike Bill . > George Scott vs. Guillotine Gordon /
Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

August 10, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Ken Russell . > Derrell Cochran & Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto vs. Ken Russell & Cisco Grimaldo &
Guillotine Gordon . > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn vs. Buddy Colt
by disqualification / Notes: During the Cochran/Oates/Soto-Russell/Grimaldo/Gordon match, Russell and Gordon began fighting
amongst themselves in their corner. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

August 12, 1971 (Thursday) – Albany, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Ken Russell
> Dick Steinborn vs. Krusher Karlson > Kubla Khan & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Bob Armstrong vs. Assassin
#2 (01) . / Notes: It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

August 13, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto and Cisco Grimaldo . > Dick Steinborn vs. Ken Russell > Kubla Khan & El Mongol vs. Billy
Spears & Guillotine Gordon > George Scott vs. Krusher Karlson > Buddy Colt vs. Bill Dromo . > Georgia Tag Team
Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe for the title > Bobo
Brazil vs. Big John (01) / Notes: It is unclear as to how the Assassins came to be recognized as Georgia Tag Team Champions. The
last reference we have shows that On June 12, 1971, the title had been held up pending an investigation by the NWA vs. the outcome of
a match between the Assassins and then champions Mongol and Ray Gunkel. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Klondike Bill was the
special referee for the Brazil-John match. Eddie Smith and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. Scott participated
in an autograph session for fans.

August 14, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy
Colt vs. George Scott > Jerry Oates vs. Cisco Grimaldo . > Dick Steinborn & Roberto Soto and Rocket Monroe &
Flash Monroe . / Notes: This was the episode where the name of the television program officially became “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Ed Capral. This episode aired from 11:30 PM to 12:30 AM, and would again the next week.
Homer O’Dell managed Colt. The winner of the Colt-Scott match was to determine a challenger to wrestle the NWA World
Heavyweight Champion on August 20, 1971.

August 17, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Salvadore Lothario vs. Krusher Karlson at 6:21 > Guillotine Gordon vs. Ken Russell at 0:20 > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs.
Derrell Cochran & George Scott > Bill Dromo vs. Buddy Colt . > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,*
and Bob Armstrong . at 60:00; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. Leon Ogle was
credited as being a referee for this card.

August 20, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Krusher Karlson > Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill and Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe . > Dick Steinborn and Kubla Khan . > George Scott versus Big John (01) . > Ray
Gunkel & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,
* vs. Buddy Colt . at 41:00; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: Following the Dromo/Klondike-Monroes match, it was
reported that Rocket had to be helped from the ring. Homer O’Dell managed Colt. During the Funk, Jr.-Colt match, Mongol came to
the ring to keep O’Dell and Colt in check, but O’Dell still managed to try to interfere. When he got caught, the referee ended the
match, disqualifying Colt for outside interference. Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn participated in
an autograph session for fans.

August 21, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Kubla
Khan & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > George Scott vs. Krusher
Karlson > Dick Steinborn and Bill White . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling..
television program hosted by Ed Capral. It was announced that Rocket Monroe was injured during his match with Flash Monroe against
Bill Dromo and Klondike Bill on August 20, 1971, and would be out of action for at least two weeks. It was also announced that Homer O.
..Dell intended to file an appeal regarding the outcome of the match between Buddy Colt and Dory Funk, Jr., from August 21, 1971,
claiming Mongol interfered first, and although that would not result in Colt winning the NWA World Heavyweight Title, at least it should
garner an immediate rematch.

August 24, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Derrell Cochran vs. Ken Russell > Jerry Oates and Roberto Soto . > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Donna
Christianello > Leon Ogle versus Krusher Karlson > George Scott & Dick Steinborn vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Bob
Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt . / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt. The program for this card mentions that Louie
Tillet was the recognized United States Junior Heavyweight Champion.

August 27, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Mr. X (19) > Jerry Oates and Cisco Grimaldo . > Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill vs. Bill White &
Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn vs. Guillotine Gordon . > Ray Gunkel & George Scott & El Mongol & the Professional
over Buddy Colt & Big John (01) & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.
Eddie Smith and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. The Professional participated in an autograph session for
fans.

August 28, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto vs. Bill White . > Buddy Colt & Flash Monroe vs. George Scott & Dick Steinborn > Assassin #1 (01) vs.
Ken Russell / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. This
episode marked a permanent move to the 11:00 PM to Midnight time slot. Homer O’Dell did not appear at ringside with Colt.

August 31, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Jack Johnson (02) > Cisco Grimaldo & Guillotine Gordon vs. Salvadore Lothario & Roberto Soto > Dick Steinborn and Flash
Monroe . > Bill Dromo vs. Bill White > Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt . / Notes: Homer O’Dell was
handcuffed to Leon Ogle during the Armstrong-Colt match. O’Dell managed Colt.

September 1, 1971 (Wednesday) – Perry, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus
Roberto Soto > Midget Women’s Match: Diamond Lil versus Darling Dagmar > Dick Steinborn & Choo-Choo Lynn versus Homer O.
..Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

September 3, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Alex Medina vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Bill White versus Roberto Soto ended in a double countout > Bill Dromo & Klondike Bill
over Ken Russell & Guillotine Gordon > Dick Steinborn and Flash Monroe . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. El Mongol & Kubla Khan for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy
Colt* and George Scott went to a draw; Colt retained the title > Ray Gunkel vs. Big John (01) by countout / Notes: Homer O’Dell did
not appear at ringside with Colt. Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. The Assassins had
been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since August 13, 1971. When Ed Capral attempted to interview John, John shoved him,
knocking him to the floor, and then walked away. Jones broke a story in the program for this card that there may be a split between O.
..Dell and Colt, with Colt reportedly blaming O’Dell for his loss to Dory Funk, Jr., on August 20, 1971. Eddie Smith was credited as
being a referee for this card. It was announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta on September 10, 1971. Scott participated in
an autograph session for fans.

September 4, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Colt vs. Roberto Soto > Roberto Soto & Klondike Bill vs. Bill White & Flash Monroe > Alex Medina vs. Cisco Grimaldo / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Colt announced that he was
no longer associated with Homer O’Dell, blaming him for his loss against Dory Funk, Jr., on August 21, 1971. Rocket Monroe and
Flash Monroe joined Capral to announce that Rocket was cleared to wrestle following his injuries a few weeks back, and issued a
challenge to the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) for the Georgia Tag Team Title.

September 7, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Derrell Cochran vs. Mr. X (19) > Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Bill White vs. Jerry Oates > Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn vs. Rocket
Monroe & Flash Monroe > Boxing Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt by knockout in the fourth round > Battle Royal: Bill Dromo
(Winner); Derrell Cochran, Flash Monroe, Rocket Monroe, Jerry Oates, Roberto Soto, Billy Spears, Dick Steinborn, Bill White, and Mr. X
(19) also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal.

September 8, 1971 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto . > Klondike Bill vs. Mr. X (19) . > Kubla Khan
over Cisco Grimaldo > George Scott & Bobo Brazil vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) .

September 10, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears and Alex Medina . > Bill Dromo vs. Guillotine Gordon > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe and
Roberto Soto & Kubla Khan . > Dick Steinborn vs. Bill White > George Scott & Dick Steinborn & El Mongol vs. Big John
(01) & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Bobo Brazil to
retain the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. Eddie Smith was credited as
being a referee for this card. It was announced that Danny Hodge and Louie Tillet would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Brazil participated
in an autograph session for fans.

September 11, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Klondike Bill vs. Guillotine Gordon > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Jerry Oates & Alex Medina > George Scott vs. Billy Spears /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Big John (01) joined
Capral and issued a challenge to Ray Gunkel.

September 14, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
White and George Scott . at 15:00 > Dick Steinborn & Roberto Soto and Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . at
45:00 > Bill Dromo vs. Joe Turco . > Tornado Tag Team Match: Bob Armstrong & Leon Ogle vs. Billy Spears & Buddy
Colt / Notes: Dromo was the special referee for the Armstrong/Ogle-Spears/Colt match.

September 17, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Bill White > Alex Medina & Kubla Khan vs. Joe Turco & Cisco Grimaldo > Billy Spears vs. Paul Jones
(02) > George Scott & Dick Steinborn vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Klondike Bill vs. Big John (01) >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. El Mongol for the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since June 18, 1971. Eddie Smith and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. Khan participated in an
autograph session for fans.

September 18, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. George Scott & Klondike Bill > Big John (01) versus El Mongol . > Roberto Soto
over Guillotine Gordon / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Ray Gunkel joined Capral to respond to the challenge made by Big John on September 11, 1971, for a match. Gunkel told Capral
that he had already signed a contract to wrestle John, but that Jones had been unable to convince John to sign it.

September 21, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Mr. X (19) . > George Scott vs. Bill White at 16:43 > Midget Match: Cowboy Lang vs. the Mighty Atom >
Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. the Fabulous Moolah > Dick Steinborn & Klondike Bill vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe >
Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & El Mongol* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by
disqualification for the title / Notes: Armstrong and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went
over the Assassins on January 12, 1971, in Macon.

September 24, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Kubla Khan vs. Bill White > Midget Match: the Mighty Atom vs. Cowboy Lang > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket
Monroe & Flash Monroe . > Dick Steinborn vs. Joe Turco > George Scott & Louie Tillet & El Mongol versus Buddy Colt
& the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > Cage Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit):
Big John (01) vs. Klondike Bill / Notes: Eddie Smith and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. Steinborn
participated in an autograph session for fans.

September 25, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
George Scott vs. Big John (01) . > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Roberto Soto &
Kubla Khan > Dick Steinborn and Buddy Colt . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling..
television program hosted by Ed Capral.

September 28, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
White vs. Alex Medina > Roberto Soto vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Alex Medina & Roberto Soto vs. Bill White & Joe Turco > Choo-Choo Lynn
versus Mr. X (19) . > Bob Armstrong & George Scott & El Mongol vs. Big John (01) & the Assassins (01) (Assassin
#1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: During the Armstrong/Scott/Mongol-John/Assassins match, John slammed Scott’s head into the
ring post, opening up a huge gash, spilling blood everywhere. When Scott came to his senses, he looked for John, but John had already
tagged out and never returned to the ring. As soon as the match ended, John retreated to the dressing room quickly to avoid being
confronted by Scott.

October 1, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Kubla Khan vs. Joe Turco > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe > Buddy Colt vs. Klondike Bill > El Mongol vs. Big John (01) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Dick Steinborn & George Scott for the title / Notes: Following the Assassins-Steinborn/Scott match,
whereas Steinborn was carried from the ring on a stretcher, Jones entered the ring and took the title belts from the Assassins. He
declared he was holding them up pending a rematch between the two teams. The Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team
Champions since August 13, 1971. The program for this card reported that John had yet to sign the contract Ray Gunkel agreed to for a
match, despite John’s claims that Gunkel was a coward for not answering his challenges. It was announced that Nick Bockwinkel
and Mr. Wrestling (01) would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Armstrong participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 2, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt . > George Scott & Dick Steinborn and Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . >
Roberto Soto vs. Joe Turco / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. It was announced that since Steinborn was not as injured as it first appeared on October 1, 1971, following a match with partner
George Scott against the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)), and that the rematch for the held up Georgia Tag
Team Title would take place on October 8, 1971.

October 5, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Derrell Cochran & Jerry Oates and Bill White & Joe Turco . > Mr. X (19) vs. Kubla Khan at 6:00 > Women’s World Title
Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Vicky Williams for the title > George Scott versus Big John (01) . >
Southeastern Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . for the title / Notes: Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she
went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. The Assassins had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team
Champions since May 11, 1971.

October 6, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cisco Grimaldo vs. Alex Medina > Joe Turco and Kubla Khan . > Bob Armstrong & George Scott & Klondike
Bill vs. Buddy Colt & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo vs. Assassin #2 (01)* for the
title / Notes: Assassin #2 had been billed as Columbus Heavyweight Champion since July 21, 1971.

October 8, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill White vs. Alex Medina > Bill Dromo vs. Joe Turco > Klondike Bill & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe >
Wilbur Snyder vs. Buddy Colt . > Big John (01) vs. Paul DeMarco > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) and George Scott & Dick Steinborn . / Notes: The Assassins-Scott/Steinborn match
was a rematch from October 1, 1971, for the held up Georgia Tag Team Title. There was a stipulation that unless Scott and Steinborn
won the match, the Assassins would continue to reign as champions, thus the . returned the title to them. The Assassins had been
billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since August 13, 1971. DeMarco was being billed as the California Heavyweight Champion.
Snyder participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 9, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Georgia Television Title Match: Big John (01) vs. Klondike Bill* for the title > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates > George Scott vs. Bill White / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Klondike had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Luke
Graham on March 20, 1971, in Atlanta.

October 12, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Alex Medina & Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears & Cisco Grimaldo > Choo-Choo Lynn versus Mr. X (19) . > Bob
Armstrong and Assassin #2 (01) . > El Mongol vs. Assassin #1 (01) > George Scott vs. Big John (01)

October 13, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates & Derrell Cochran versus Bill White & Mr. X (19) > George Scott & El Mongol versus Rocket
Monroe & Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn versus Assassin #2 (01) > Bill Dromo versus Big John (01) / Notes: The program for this card
mentioned that “Columbus Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Jim Carlisle, could be seen live on WRBL Channel 3 on
Saturdays at 4:00. The program also references Ralph Freed as being in charge of ticket sales for the Columbus office.

October 15, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran & Jerry Oates vs. Bill White & Cisco Grimaldo by countout > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Joe Turco > El
Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) > George Scott vs. Buddy Colt > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) . > Georgia Television Title Match: Ray Gunkel vs. Big John (01)* for the title / Notes: Eddie Smith
and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. John had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went
over Klondike Bill on October 9, 1971, in Atlanta. Dick Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 16, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Big
John (01) vs. Alex Medina > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong and Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . > Kubla Khan vs. Billy
Spears . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral.

October 19, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > George
Scott vs. the Red Demon (04) > Roberto Soto vs. Jerry Oates > Cisco Grimaldo vs. Billy Spears > Fence Match: Choo-Choo Lynn vs.
Mr. X (19) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Big John (01) vs. Bob Armstrong & El Mongol* for the title / Notes: Armstrong
and Mongol had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) on January 12, 1971, in Macon.

October 22, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Jimmy Dancing Bear (Winner) > Bob Armstrong versus El Mongol . > Rocket Monroe vs.
Kubla Khan > Klondike Bill vs. Flash Monroe . > Derrell Cochran vs. Joe Turco > Bill Dromo vs. Assassin #1 (01) by
disqualification > George Scott vs. Bill White > Dick Steinborn vs. Assassin #2 (01) > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: It
was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,500. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced
that Bobo Brazil and Oki Shikina would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Dancing Bear participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 23, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong vs. Big John (01) .
/ Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

October 26, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Cisco
Grimaldo and the Red Demon (04) . at 15:00 > Oki Shikina vs. Alex Medina at 5:45 > George Scott & Bill Dromo vs. Bill
White & Mr. X (19) > Dick Steinborn & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & Big John (01) .

October 29, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto . > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Dick Steinborn > Women’s Tag Team Match:
Susan Green & Jan Sheridan versus Paula Kaye & the Black Venus > El Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) . > Bob Armstrong vs.
Big John (01) . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs.
Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. George Scott for the title /
Notes: Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. The Monroes had said they were contemplating
leaving if they could not defeat the Assassins. The Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since August 13, 1971.
Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 30, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn vs. Big John (01) . > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Joe Turco > Bob Armstrong and Buddy Colt . /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

November 2, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Oki
Shikina vs. Derrell Cochran > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto . > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Joe Turco at 3:06 > Bill White
over Klondike Bill > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs. Susan Green at 10:10 > Bill Dromo & George Scott vs. Bill White &
Buddy Colt

November 5, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Kubla Khan vs. Joe Turco > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto . > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Oki Shikina > El
Mongol vs. Flash Monroe > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. George Scott & Dick Steinborn > Bob
Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt . > Lumberjack Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs.
Big John (01) & Mr. X (19) / Notes: During the Gunkel & Fuller-John/Mr. X match, Gunkel removed Mr. X’s mask. However, he could
not be identified. He continued to wrestle as Mr. X without the mask. He reportedly required eight stitches to close a wound he suffered
during the match vs. his left eye. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Scott participated in an autograph session
for fans.

November 6, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Bill White > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Billy Spears versus Roberto
Soto . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral.

November 7, 1971 (Sunday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Alex Medina and Roberto Soto . > George Scott vs. Billy Spears by
disqualification > Dick Steinborn vs. Flash Monroe > Buddy Fuller & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin
#2 (01)) .

November 9, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Battle Royal: Bob Armstrong and Flash Monroe (Co-Winners); Derrell Cochran, Buddy Colt, Bill Dromo, the Red Demon (04), Klondike
Bill, Big John (01), Choo-Choo Lynn, El Mongol, Jerry Oates, Roberto Soto, Billy Spears, Oki Shikina, and Bill White also participated > Bill
Dromo vs. Bill White > Oki Shikina vs. Jerry Oates > Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Buddy Colt vs. El Mongol > Bob Armstrong vs.
Flash Monroe / Notes: The battle royal was to determine the matches for the card.

November 12, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Roberto Soto vs. Joe Turco > Bob Armstrong vs. Bill White > Dick Steinborn vs. Oki
Shikina > Klondike Bill vs. Flash Monroe > George Scott & Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Cage Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Ray Gunkel vs. Big John (01) / Notes: Soto
replaced Grimaldo in the match against Turco, as Grimaldo substituted for Alex Medina in the match against Spears. Eddie Smith was
credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that Hiro Matsuda would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Klondike participated in
an autograph session for fans.

November 13, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
George Scott and Flash Monroe . > Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. Bill White & Oki Shikina > Buddy Colt vs. Alex
Medina / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

November 16, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
White vs. Jerry Oates > Flash Monroe vs. Alex Medina > Joe Turco vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Dick Steinborn vs. Oki Shikina by
disqualification > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy
Colt & Big John (01)* for the title / Notes: Colt and John had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs.
Armstrong and El Mongol on October 19, 1971, in Macon.

November 17, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Roberto Soto and Billy Spears . > Oki Shikina vs. Alex Medina > Jerry Oates vs. Flash
Monroe by countout > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bob
Armstrong & El Mongol* for the title > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo* vs. Big John (01) by countout for the title /
Notes: During the Assassins-Armstrong/Mongol match, the legal Assassin would toss Armstrong’s head into the ringpost while the
other would lift the padding enough for his head to meet metal. Armstrong and Mongol had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on October 5, 1971, in Macon. Dromo had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Assassin #2 on October 6, 1971. Leon Ogle was credited as being a referee for this card.

November 19, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto and the Champ . > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Joe Turco & Oki Shikina > Women’s
World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Vicky Williams for the title > George Scott vs. Billy Spears . >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* by
disqualification; the Assassins retained the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Big John (01) for the title >
Georgia Television Title versus Hair Lights Out Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Ray Gunkel* vs. Mr. X (19) for the title /
Notes: Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in
Baltimore, MD. The Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since August 13, 1971. Colt had been billed as the
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. Gunkel had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs.
John on October 15, 1971, in Atlanta. Eddie Smith and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. The program for this
card mentioned that Jones would be attending the annual NWA Board meeting in St. Louis, MO, the following week. It was announced
that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta on December 3, 1971. Klondike Bill participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 20, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears . > Buddy Colt and Jimmy Dancing Bear . > Klondike Bill vs. Flash Monroe /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Jones announced he
had received approval by the NWA to strip the Georgia Tag Team Title from the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01))
based on multiple infractions vs. recent months. He said there would be a tournament held on November 26, 1971, to determine new
champions.

November 23, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Alex
Medina & Kubla Khan and Joe Turco & the Champ . > Jerry Oates vs. the Red Demon (04) > Bill White versus George
Scott . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong* vs. Flash Monroe & Oki Shikina for the
title > Buddy Colt vs. Big John (01) / Notes: Dromo and Armstrong had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went
over Colt and John on November 16, 1971, in Macon.

November 24, 1971 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Battle Royal featuring George Scott, Big John (01), Derrell Cochran, Oki Shikina, Jerry Oates, Flash Monroe,
Roberto Soto, Assassin #1 (01), Assassin #2 (01), Bill Dromo, Karl Von Stroheim, Mr. X (19), Billy Spears, Bob Armstrong, and Choo-
Choo Lynn. / Notes: It is unclear as to the result for the battle royal, but it was reported that the purse was $1,500.

November 26, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: George Scott & Klondike Bill vs. Big John (01) & Mr. X (19) by
disqualification to advance; the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Flash Monroe & Oki Shikina to advance; Billy
Spears & Buddy Colt vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol by forfeit to advance; the Assassins vs. Scott & Bill to advance; Bill Dromo &
Bob Armstrong vs. Spears & Colt to advance; and the Assassins vs. Dromo & Armstrong for the title / Notes: The tournament was
to determine new champions after Jones had stripped the Assassins of the Georgia Tag Team Title on November 20, 1971, after
considering the outcome of their match against Dancing Bear and Mongol on November 19, 1971, in addition to previous borderline
infractions that had occurred during their reign. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Dancing Bear and Mongol
participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 27, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
George Scott and Buddy Colt . > Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. Big John (01) & Assassin #2 (01) > Oki Shikina vs.
Kubla Khan / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

November 30, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Karl
Von Stroheim vs. Kubla Khan > Midget Match: Willie Wilson vs. Little Bruiser > Roberto Soto vs. Oki Shikina . > Bob
Armstrong & Bill Dromo & George Scott and Bill White & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) went to a draw

December 3, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Jerry Oates > Kubla Khan vs. Mr. X (19) > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Bill White & Billy Spears
> Roberto Soto and Oki Shikina . > Bobo Brazil & Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) & the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Buddy Colt* vs. George
Scott for the title / Notes: During the Colt-Scott match, the two men collided, and Scott was injured. Colt had been billed as the
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Dromo and Armstrong
participated in an autograph session for fans.

December 4, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Klondike Bill vs. Bill White > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Big John (01) & Mr. X (19) . > Roberto Soto and the
Champ . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. It was announced that as a result of injuries suffered in a match against Buddy Colt on December 3, 1971, George Scott would
be out of action for the remainder of the year.

December 7, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates and Joe Turco . > Flash Monroe vs. Derrell Cochran > Roberto Soto & Klondike Bill vs. Bill White & Karl Von
Stroheim . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) . for the title / Notes: Dromo and Armstrong had been the reigning Macon Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Buddy Colt and Big John (01) on November 16, 1971, in Macon.

December 10, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Oki Shikina vs. the Champ > Billy Spears & Karl Von Stroheim vs. Jerry Oates & Kubla Khan > Roberto Soto and Flash
Monroe . > Klondike Bill vs. Joe Turco > El Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy
Colt* vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear for the title / Notes: Mr. X was billed as a mystery opponent for his match against Mongol. The
Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Armstrong in a tournament final on
November 26, 1971, in Atlanta. Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971.

December 11, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Roberto Soto & Kubla Khan > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt > Jimmy
Dancing Bear vs. Oki Shikina . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral.

December 14, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Karl
Von Stroheim vs. Jerry Oates > Dick Steinborn and Oki Shikina . > Klondike Bill vs. Mr. X (19) at 9:20 > Roberto Soto
versus Flash Monroe . > Southeastern Tag Team Title Lumberjack Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Bill Dromo
& Bob Armstrong vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: The Assassins had been the
reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and El Mongol on November 17, 1971, in Columbus.

December 17, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Kubla Khan vs. Joe Turco > Dick Steinborn and Roberto Soto . > Klondike Bill vs. Oki Shikina > Bill Dromo &
Bob Armstrong & Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Flash Monroe & Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt by
disqualification > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller vs. the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: Jones was the special referee for the Gunkel/Fuller-Assassins match. The
Assassins had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Armstrong in a tournament final on
November 26, 1971, in Atlanta. It was announced that in January 1972, a tournament would be held for the new Brass Knucks Title.
Klondike participated in an autograph session for fans.

December 18, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears . > Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) & Assassin #2 (01) by
disqualification > Jerry Oates and Karl Von Stroheim . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

December 21, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears vs. Jerry Oates > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Joe Turco > Dick Steinborn & Roberto Soto vs. Flash Monroe & Oki Shikina >
Southeastern Tag Team Title versus Masks Match (No Time Limit / Disqualification Rule Waived): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
& Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong* for the title / Notes: Dromo and Armstrong had been the reigning Southeastern
Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on December 14, 1971, in Macon.

December 25, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
El Mongol vs. Bill White > Dick Steinborn and Buddy Colt . > Mr. X (19) vs. Alex Medina > Jimmy Dancing Bear and Karl
Von Stroheim . / Notes: This episode was the debut of “Georgia Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Ed Capral, on
WTCG Channel 17. After having been on Channel 11 since May 1954, Ray Gunkel had become increasingly frustrated with the late time
slots and constant movement thereof. On behalf of management, he negotiated a deal with Ted Turner, who had purchased WTCG in
1970. Earlier in 1971, WTCG became the first local station to launch twenty-four hours of television daily, and was interested in bringing
professional wrestling in to fill time. It didn’t hurt that he was also somewhat of a wrestling fan himself. This move for the promotion
would ultimately make “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. a much larger company, and played a vital role in the growth of Turner.
..s station as well. The program would air from 6:00 to 7:00 PM for several years.

December 25, 1971 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Joe Turco . > Bill White & Oki Shikina vs. Harry Smith & Roberto Soto > Midget
Women’s Match: Diamond Lil vs. Darling Dagmar > Dick Steinborn and Mr. X (19) . > Tornado Tag Team Match (No
Disqualification / No Time Limit): El Mongol & Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) /
Notes: Dancing Bear participated in an autograph session for fans.

December 28, 1971 (Tuesday) Notes: Paul Jones (01) was rushed to St. Joseph’s Infirmary due to coronary problems.

December 28, 1971 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
White vs. Alex Medina > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. the Red Demon (04) > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond
Lil > Bill Dromo versus Flash Monroe > Klondike Bill vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn vs. Billy Spears & Buddy
Colt > Battle Royal: Bob Armstrong (Winner); Buddy Colt, Bill Dromo, the Red Demon (04), Jimmy Dancing Bear, Klondike Bill, Alex
Medina, Flash Monroe, Billy Spears, Dick Steinborn, Karl Von Stroheim, and Bill White also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the
reason for the battle royal.

December 31, 1971 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cisco Grimaldo vs. the Champ > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Joe Turco & Bill White > Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears by
disqualification > Women’s Tag Team Match: Donna Christianello & Toni Rose vs. Jan Sheridan & Susan Green > Klondike Bill
over Oki Shikina > Dick Steinborn & Jimmy Dancing Bear and Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) . > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Buddy Colt* versus El Mongol ended in a no contest; Colt retained the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as the Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. Eddie Smith and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. The program
for this card mentioned that Jones had been confined at St. Joseph’s Infirmary since December 28, 1971, due to apparent coronary
problems, but was in stable condition at the time of this card. Armstrong participated in an autograph session for fans.
January 1, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto vs. Buddy Colt . > Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) > Klondike Bill vs.
Joe Turco / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin
#1 (01) joined Capral to announce that he had become the manager for Von Stroheim and Mr. X, and would also be bringing in Bepo
soon.

January 4, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the Red
Demon (04) vs. Derrell Cochran > Dick Steinborn vs. Oki Shikina > Women’s Tag Team Match: Debbie Johnson & Jan Sheridan
over Paula Kaye & the Black Venus > Bob Armstrong & Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Billy Spears & Buddy Colt . > Bill
Dromo versus Flash Monroe ended in a no contest

January 7, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Haystacks Calhoun (Winner); Mr. X (19), Klondike Bill, Bill Dromo, Buddy Colt, Oki Shikina, Karl Von Stroheim,
Dick Steinborn, Bob Armstrong, Billy Spears, Flash Monroe, Bill White, Joe Turco, the Champ, Cisco Grimaldo, El Mongol, Jimmy
Dancing Bear, Alex Medina, Pat Kelly (02), and Mike Kelly also participated > Haystacks Calhoun vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: It was reported
that the purse for the battle royal was $2,500. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X. According to the program for this card,
Jones was still in St. Joseph’s Infirmary, but was showing signs of improvement. Mongol participated in an autograph session for
fans.

January 11, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Little Bruiser versus Cowboy Lang > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs. Debbie Johnson > Roberto Soto vs.
Bill White > Bob Armstrong and Rocket Monroe . > Billy Spears vs. Alex Medina > El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt > Flash
Monroe vs. Bill Dromo / Notes: Choo-Choo Lynn was the special referee for the Monroe-Dromo match.

January 14, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto . > Flash Monroe and Klondike Bill . > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly
over Joe Turco & the Champ > Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe > Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear & El
Mongol > Dick Steinborn vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Armstrong substituted for Bill Dromo in the match against Monroe. Assassin #1 (01)
managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. It is believed that Jones had been released
from St. Joseph’s Infirmary sometime earlier in the week, as his column resumed in the program for this card. It was announced that
a tournament would be held on January 21, 1972, for the new Brass Knucks Title. It was also announced that Nick Bockwinkel and Bobo
Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. Haystacks Calhoun participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 15, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pat
Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Joe Turco & Bill White > Dick Steinborn and Mr. X (19) . > Klondike Bill vs. Karl Von Stroheim by
disqualification > Cisco Grimaldo and the Champ . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X.

January 18, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Cisco
Grimaldo and the Champ . > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Joe Turco & Karl Von Stroheim > Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe vs. Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt
retained the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971. Assassin #1 (01) managed
Von Stroheim.

January 21, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Brass Knucks Title One-Night Tournament: Bepo (Winner) for the title; Bob Armstrong, Mr. X (19), Buddy Colt, Karl Von
Stroheim, Rocket Monroe, Raton Kadoka, El Mongol, Derrell Cochran, Pat Kelly (02), Mike Kelly, Billy Spears, Roberto Soto, Dick
Steinborn, and Flash Monroe also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairing and results of the tournament. Assassin #1 (01)
managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that Bobo Brazil
would be wrestling in Atlanta on January 28, 1972. Armstrong and Bill Dromo participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 22, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Handicap Match: Bepo vs. Jimmy Valentine & Jerry Valentine > Bob Armstrong and Buddy Colt . > Dick Steinborn &
Roberto Soto vs. Joe Turco & the Champ / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Bepo.

January 25, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Farmer Pete vs. Little Bruiser > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly and Billy Spears & Assassin #1 (01) . > Joe Turco
over Cisco Grimaldo > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong* for the title >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt* for the title / Notes:
Dromo and Armstrong had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Colt and Big John on November 16,
1971, in Macon. Colt had been billed as the Georgia Heavyweight Champion since June 18, 1971.

January 26, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Alex Medina vs. the Champ . > Bepo vs. Raton Kadoka > Dick Steinborn vs. Oki Shikina
> Billy Spears versus Leon Ogle . > El Mongol & Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt & Rocket Monroe &
Flash Monroe / Notes: After both men were disqualified, Ogle and Spears continued to battle, and it took Dromo, Armstrong, and the
Monroes to separate them. Assassin #1 (01) managed Bepo. According to the program, Ralph Freed was still in charge of ticket sales in
Columbus.

January 28, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Joe Turco versus the Champ > Mike Kelly versus Cisco Grimaldo > Pat Kelly (02) versus Billy Spears > Bill Dromo & Roberto
Soto versus Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Oki Shikina > Dick Steinborn & Bob Armstrong & Bobo Brazil &
El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim & Bepo & Mr. X (19) / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X.
Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Dancing Bear participated in an autograph session for fans.

January 29, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bepo vs. Raton Kadoka > Dick Steinborn & Klondike Bill vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . > El Mongol vs. Karl
Von Stroheim / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.
Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Bepo.

February 1, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jimmy
Dancing Bear vs. Joe Turco > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Alex Medina > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs. Donna Christianello at 6:
40 > Roberto Soto and Oki Shikina . at 20:00 > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe* vs. Bill
Dromo & Bob Armstrong for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: El Mongol* vs. Assassin #1 (01) for the title / Notes:
The Monroes had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Armstrong on January 25, 1972, in
Macon. Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on January 25, 1972, in Macon.
Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim.

February 2, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Karl Von Stroheim > Dick Steinborn & Klondike Bill versus Bill White & Assassin #1
(01) > Bob Armstrong & El Mongol versus Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Boxing Match: Leon Ogle versus Billy Spears > Columbus
Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo* versus Buddy Colt / Notes: Dromo had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since
he went vs. Assassin #2 (01) on October 6, 1971. Assassin #1 managed Von Stroheim. The program for this card announced that a
tournament would be held on February 9, 1972, for the vacant Southeastern Tag Team Title. The Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and
Assassin #2 (01)) had been the champions, but the title was vacated when they failed to defend the title within a thirty-day period.

February 4, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Bill White > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) . > Billy
Spears vs. Jimmy Valentine > Bepo vs. Klondike Bill > Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Round
Robin One-Night Tournament: Nick Bockwinkel vs. Dick Steinborn to advance; Buddy Colt vs. Bockwinkel to advance; Steinborn vs.
Colt to advance; and Steinborn vs. Bockwinkel . for the tournament / Notes: The tournament was to determine the
challenger to wrestle the Georgia Heavyweight Champion on a future card. It is unclear exactly when this title match took place, as we
cannot find documentation of a title match close to this date with Steinborn as the challenger. Charlie Smith was credited as being a
referee for this card. It was announced that Haystacks Calhoun and Assassin #2 (01) would be wrestling in Atlanta on February 11, 1972,
and that Koa Tiki would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The Kellys participated in an autograph session for fans.

February 5, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Handicap Match: Bepo vs. Alex Medina & Cisco Grimaldo > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) by
disqualification > El Mongol vs. Bill White / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X.

February 8, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Joe Turco > Derrell Cochran vs. Bill White > Roberto Soto & El Mongol vs. Oki Shikina & Mr. X (19) > Women’s World
Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Susan Green for the title > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived):
Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe* and Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong went to a draw; the Monroes retained the title / Notes: Moolah had
been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. The Monroes
had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Armstrong on January 25, 1972, in Macon.
Assassin #1 (01) managed Mr. X. It was announced that the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) would be wrestling
in Macon on February 15, 1972, and that Roberto Soto, Bepo, and Koa Tiki would be wrestling in Macon soon.

February 9, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) Notes: It was reported this card was to feature a tournament for the Southeastern Tag Team Title, but no
details have been found. The Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) had previously been the champions, but the title
was vacated when they failed to defend the title within a thirty-day period.

February 11, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Oki Shikina vs. Alex Medina > Billy Spears and Jimmy Dancing Bear . > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs.
Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Bill Dromo vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Dick Steinborn & Roberto Soto & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt &
Assassin #2 (01) & Mr. X (19) > Haystacks Calhoun vs. Bepo . / Notes: Klondike Bill was the special referee for the
Calhoun-Bepo match. The match was billed as a “Battle of the Giants… Calhoun participated in an autograph session for fans.
Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X.

February 15, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Women’s Match: Sandy Parker vs. Lilly Thomas > Bill White & Karl Von Stroheim vs. Jerry Oates & Alex Medina > Rocket Monroe
over Jimmy Dancing Bear > Roberto Soto & El Mongol and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . >
Bill Dromo vs. Flash Monroe . / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Von Stroheim.

February 18, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Koa Tiki vs. Bill White > Jerry Oates & Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) > Roberto Soto vs. Oki
Shikina > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly and Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . > Dick Steinborn vs. Billy Spears > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong > Haystacks Calhoun vs. Bepo / Notes: Joe
Walcott was the special referee for the Calhoun-Bepo match. It was reported that the NWA sent Walcott as a troubleshooter. Assassin #1
managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X. Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

February 19, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Koa Tiki vs. Oki Shikina > Roberto Soto vs. Buddy Colt . > Billy Spears vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Dick Steinborn vs. Mr.
X (19) / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1
(01) managed Mr. X.

February 22, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates and Oki Shikina . > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear > Roberto Soto & Klondike Bill & El Mongol vs.
Bepo & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Bill Dromo versus Flash Monroe . / Notes:
Assassin #1 managed Von Stroheim and Bepo.

February 25, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Koa Tiki vs. Oki Shikina > Klondike Bill and Mr. X (19) . > Buddy Colt vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear > Billy Spears
versus Roberto Soto . > Dick Steinborn & Bill Dromo & El Mongol vs. Bepo & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
& Assassin #2 (01)) . / Notes: Dick Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans. Assassin #1 managed
Bepo and Mr. X.

February 29, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto & El Mongol vs. Bill White & Rocket Monroe > Oki Shikina vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Koa Tiki vs. the Champ > Bepo vs.
Klondike Bill > Wire Fence Match: Bill Dromo vs. Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Bepo.

March 3, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates versus Oki Shikina > Koa Tiki vs. Bill White > Jimmy Dancing Bear vs. Rocket Monroe > Bepo vs. Bill Dromo
> the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Dick Steinborn & El Mongol > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto ended
in a no contest / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

March 4, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Bill White > Roberto Soto & El Mongol vs. Karl Von Stroheim & Mr. X (19) > Klondike Bill vs. Bepo . / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed
Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X.

March 7, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pat
Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Billy Spears & Joe Turco > Koa Tiki vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo &
Roberto Soto vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe* . ; the Monroes retained the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match:
El Mongol* vs. Buddy Colt for the title / Notes: The Monroes had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went
over Dromo and Bob Armstrong on January 25, 1972, in Macon. Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Colt on January 25, 1972, in Macon. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim.

March 10, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Raton Kadoka > Tim Geohagen & Klondike Bill vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe . >
Buddy Colt and El Mongol . > Dick Steinborn vs. Bepo . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Gunkel &
Buddy Fuller* vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Texas Death Cage Match: Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears
/ Notes: Kadoka substituted for the Champ in the match against Oates. In the Gunkel/Fuller-Assassins match, one of the Assassins
pinned Fuller, but the referee had been dazed during an earlier collision and awarded the belts to Gunkel and Fuller. The Assassins
were outraged, and the title was held up pending a review. Gunkel and Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. the Assassins on December 17, 1971, in Atlanta. Assassin #1 managed Bepo. Eddie Smith was credited as being
a referee for this card. It was announced that Ox Baker and Wilbur Snyder would be wrestling in Atlanta on March 17, 1972. Soto
participated in an autograph session for fans.

March 11, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Dancing Bear and Rocket Monroe . > Bepo & Mr. X (19) vs. Dick Steinborn & Klondike Bill > Mike Kelly vs. Billy
Spears . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Bepo and Mr. X.

March 14, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen vs. the Champ > Roberto Soto and Buddy Colt . > Klondike Bill & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe . > Battle Royal: Bill Dromo (Winner); the Champ, Buddy Colt, Tim Geohagen, Klondike Bill, Bepo, El Mongol,
Flash Monroe, Rocket Monroe, Roberto Soto, Billy Spears, and Karl Von Stroheim also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason
for the battle royal. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Bepo.

March 17, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Dancing Bear versus Oki Shikina > Jerry Oates vs. Karl Von Stroheim . > Billy Spears & Rocket
Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Klondike Bill & Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly > One-Night Tournament: Bepo vs. Wilbur Snyder for the
tournament; Assassin #2 (01), Buddy Colt, Ox Baker, El Mongol, Dick Steinborn, and Roberto Soto also participated / Notes: The
tournament was to determine the challenger to wrestle the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on March 24, 1972. With the exception of
the final match, it is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Bepo.
Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

March 18, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Jimmy Dancing Bear . > Bill Dromo & El Mongol vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Jerry Oates vs. Ox
Baker . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. It was announced that the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) had indeed won the Georgia Tag Team Title
from Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller on March 10, 1972, following a review of the match.

March 21, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pat Kelly
(02) & Mike Kelly vs. Oki Shikina & Mr. X (19) > Billy Spears vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear > Klondike Bill vs. Buddy Colt > Macon Tag Team
Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe* and Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto went to a draw; the Monroes
retained the title / Notes: The Monroes had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Bob
Armstrong on January 25, 1972, in Macon. Assassin #1 (01) managed Mr. X.

March 24, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Tim Geohagen > John Sullivan vs. Mr. X (19) > Billy Spears & Ox Baker vs. Roberto Soto & Jimmy
Dancing Bear > Buddy Colt vs. Bill Dromo > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Dick Steinborn & El Mongol
> NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Bepo . for the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the
reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Assassin #1
managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Funk, Jr., participated in an
autograph session for fans.

March 25, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox
Baker vs. Mike Kelly > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Jimmy Dancing Bear & El Mongol > John Sullivan
over Oki Shikina / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Dory
Funk, Jr., also appeared on this episode.

March 28, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears & Mr. X (19) vs. Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly > Koa Tiki vs. Oki Shikina > Women’s Match: Toni Rose versus Vicky Williams >
Buddy Colt vs. Klondike Bill > Roberto Soto and Assassin #2 (01) . > Bill Dromo vs. Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1
(01) managed Mr. X.

March 29, 1972 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Karl Von Stroheim > Koa Tiki versus Mr. X (19) > John Sullivan versus Ox Baker > Billy Spears versus
Jerry Oates > Roberto Soto versus Oki Shikina / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim, Bepo, and Mr. X.

March 31, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Karl Von Stroheim and Koa Tiki . > John Sullivan & Roberto Soto vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Dick
Steinborn vs. Ox Baker . > El Mongol vs. Billy Spears > Bepo vs. Klondike Bill > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Bobo Brazil & Bearcat Brown for the title / Notes: Assassin #1
managed Von Stroheim and Bepo. The Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since March 18, 1972, after Jones
announced they should have been declared the winners in their match against then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller on March
10, 1972. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Brazil participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 1, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan vs. Buddy Colt . > Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates vs. Ox Baker & Oki Shikina > Billy Spears vs. the Champ /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

April 4, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Rocket Monroe vs. the Champ > Koa Tiki vs. Mr. X (19) > Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto vs. Billy
Spears & Buddy Colt > Boxing Match: Bill Dromo vs. Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X.

April 7, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears vs. Cisco Grimaldo > John Sullivan vs. Ox Baker > Women’s Match: Lilly Thomas vs. Sandy Parker >
Koa Tiki vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Roberto Soto & L.D. Lewis vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn vs. Assassin #2 (01)
> El Mongol vs. Bepo / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn
participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Haystacks Calhoun, Mike Burns, and Tarzan Tyler would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon.

April 8, 1972 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter) > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Buddy Colt vs. El Mongol* for the title / Notes: Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Colt on January 25, 1972, in Macon.

April 11, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
George vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Women’s Match: Sandy Parker vs. Lilly Thomas > Koa Tiki vs. Mr. X (19) > Bill Dromo & Jerry
Oates & Roberto Soto & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Billy Spears & Buddy Colt & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01)
managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X.

April 14, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mike Burns and Mr. X (19) . > Tim Geohagen vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Ox Baker vs. Koa Tiki > Bill Dromo vs. Buddy
Colt > Boxing Match: Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Dick Steinborn & John Sullivan vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 15, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan vs. Mr. X (19) . > Bill Dromo & Mike Burns vs. Ox Baker & Oki Shikina > Billy Spears vs. the Champ / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Baker joined Capral and
issued a challenge to Ray Gunkel, claiming Gunkel had injured the Cougar (02) during a match in Chicago, and prior to that Baker and
the Cougar had planned on teaming and chasing titles.

April 18, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan vs. Oki Shikina > Koa Tiki vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto . > Bob Armstrong &
Bill Dromo & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Buddy Colt & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim.

April 21, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Rocket Monroe vs. the Champ > Jerry Oates and Assassin #1 (01) . > John Sullivan vs. Ox Baker . >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Steinborn vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained the title > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Bill
Dromo > Brass Knuckles Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears / Notes: Colt had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. El Mongol on April 8, 1972, in Griffin. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for
this card. Sullivan participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 22, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Jerry Oates > Rocket Monroe vs. Mike Burns / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim.

April 25, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan and Oki Shikina . > Koa Tiki vs. Buddy Colt > Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill
Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe* for the title / Notes: The Monroes had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they went vs. Dromo and Armstrong on January 25, 1972, in Macon.

April 26, 1972 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates versus the Champ > Mike Burns versus Oki Shikina > Billy Spears versus John Sullivan > Rocket Monroe &
Flash Monroe versus Dick Steinborn & El Mongol

April 28, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > John Sullivan vs. the Avenger (02) > Bill Dromo versus Assassin #1 (01) > Ox Baker & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs.
Jerry Oates & Bob Armstrong & El Mongol > Roberto Soto vs. Buddy Colt > No Time Limit / No Disqualification Match: Assassin #2 (01)
over Dick Steinborn / Notes: The Dromo-Assassin #1 match was cancelled for unknown reasons. Assassin #2 had vowed to remove his
mask if he could not defeat Steinborn. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn participated in an autograph
session for fans.

April 29, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol vs. Mr. X (19) > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong > John Sullivan vs. Ox Baker by
disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Baker
and Mongol got into a brawl on this episode. It was reported that Baker injured Sullivan during their match.

May 2, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates
and Mr. X (19) . > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & El Mongol vs. Ox Baker & Oki Shikina & Assassin #1 (01) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Koa Tiki vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained the title > Texas Death Match: Billy Spears vs.
Roberto Soto / Notes: Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Mongol on April 8, 1972, in Griffin.

May 5, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Avenger (02) vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Bill Dromo > Jerry Oates and Billy Spears . >
Dick Steinborn vs. Mike Burns > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))
ended . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto vs. Buddy Colt* for the title > Ox Baker vs. El Mongol /
Notes: Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Mongol on April 8, 1972, in Griffin. Eddie Smith
was credited as being a referee for this card. Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 6, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox Baker
over Bill Dromo > Jerry Oates & Koa Tiki vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > the Avenger (02) vs. Oki Shikina / Notes: This was taped
for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Tim Geohagen joined Capral to issue a
challenge to anyone who could break his sleeper hold, and would pay $1,000 if it could be done.

May 9, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy Colt &
Karl Von Stroheim vs. Cisco Grimaldo & Koa Tiki > Women’s World Title Match: Vicky Williams vs. the Fabulous Moolah* by
disqualification; Moolah retained the title > Taped Fists Match (No Time Limit): Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Macon Tag Team Title
Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong* for the title / Notes: Moolah had
been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. Dromo and
Armstrong had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Rocket Monroe and Flash Monroe on April 25, 1972,
in Macon.

May 10, 1972 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Avenger (02) vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Karl Von Stroheim vs. Mike George > Jerry Oates vs. Oki Shikina by
disqualification > Koa Tiki vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Bepo versus El Mongol . / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo.

May 12, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Mr. X (19) > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe versus Koa Tiki & the Avenger (02) > Women’s World
Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Vicky Williams for the title > Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Dick Steinborn & El Mongol > Ox Baker vs. Bepo / Notes: Moolah had
been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. The
Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since March 18, 1972, after Jones announced they should have been
declared the winners in their match against then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller on March 10, 1972. Assassin #1 managed
Bepo. Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 13, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto & the Avenger (02) and Bepo & Mr. X (19) . > Ox Baker vs. Mike Burns > Tim Geohagen vs. Oki Shikina / Notes: This
was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Bepo.

May 16, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bepo & Mr.
X (19) vs. Tim Geohagen & John Sullivan > Oki Shikina vs. Mike Burns > Dick Steinborn and Buddy Colt . at 45:00 >
Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Koa Tiki vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* by
disqualification; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. The Assassins were disqualified in their match
against Armstrong and Tiki when Assassin #1 entered the ring illegally and dropkicked Tiki, keeping him from removing the mask of
Assassin #2. The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on
May 9, 1972, in Macon.

May 19, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mike Burns versus Mr. X (19) > Tim Geohagen vs. Karl Von Stroheim > the Avenger (02) vs. Oki Shikina > Roberto Soto and Ox Baker
went to a . > Tornado Tag Team Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe > El Mongol versus Bepo . / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. Charlie Smith was credited as being a
referee for this card. Geohagen participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 20, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn and Buddy Colt . > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Jerry Oates & Tim Geohagen
> Roberto Soto versus Karl Von Stroheim / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Ox Baker joined Capral and announced that he believed Ray Gunkel was avoiding his challenge to a match, but
Capral squelched that when he reminded Baker that Gunkel had already signed and was simply waiting on Baker to do the same. It was
announced that there had been some takers for Tim Geohagen’s challenge to break the sleeper hold and win $1,000, and that the
first attempt would happen on May 27, 1972, on television.

May 20, 1972 (Saturday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Billy Spears vs. Mike George > Ox Baker & Mr. X (19) vs. Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Toni
Rose > Buddy Colt versus Assassin #2 (01) . > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe
/ Notes: This was for the locally televised “Columbus Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Jim Carlisle and broadcast live on
WRBL Channel 3.

May 23, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates and Karl Von Stroheim . > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs. Tippi Wells > Bob Armstrong & Derrell
Cochran & Dick Steinborn vs. Ox Baker & Oki Shikina & Assassin #1 (01) > Koa Tiki versus Assassin #2 (01) . /
Notes: The Tiki-Assassin #2 match ended when Tiki tried to unmask Assassin #2, but he retreated to the dressing room in order to
maintain his identity.

May 26, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Koa Tiki vs. Cisco Grimaldo > John Sullivan and the Avenger (02) . > Tim Geohagen vs. Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong
over Billy Spears > Roberto Soto & Dick Steinborn vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Ox Baker vs. Buddy
Colt . / Notes: Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. The Avenger
participated in an autograph session for fans. According to the program for this card, it was reported that Buddy Fuller had recently
undergone surgery for a severe back injury, said to be caused by the Assassins some time back. It said he was recuperating in Tampa,
FL, and would be out of action for several months. However, Fuller, who had held shares in the company since he bought out Don
McIntyre in July 1964, is believed to have swapped his interests with brother Lester Welch, and was no involved as a partner in the
Tampa, FL, office. Welch would have then become part owner in the Atlanta office, with Jones, Gunkel, and Bill Hartman. It is unclear
when Freddie Blassie sold his portion, but it is believed to have been prior to this time.

May 27, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto vs. Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt . > Mr. X (19) vs. Mike George / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Billy Spears joined Capral to announce that he was
now managing Colt. Tim Geohagen faced two men accepting the challenge he had issued weeks back, saying that no one could break
his sleeper hold. The first, no name noted, apparently put up no serious fight to escape the hold. The second, however, managed to
break free from the hold. Capral interviewed him, and he announced his name as Jim McKinney. It has been said that McKinney had no
prior wrestling experience, but when he legitimately broke the hold, he was duped into using the money he won as a fee for training that
resulted in a brief career afterwards.

May 30, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen vs. the Champ > Derrell Cochran vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Jerry Oates and Oki Shikina . > Bob Armstrong &
Dick Steinborn vs. Ox Baker & Assassin #1 (01) > Koa Tiki vs. Assassin #2 (01) . / Notes: Assassin #2 was
disqualified by referee Eddie Smith during his match against Tiki for using karate. Tiki retaliated by removing Assassin #2’s mask,
but his face was quickly covered by Assassin #1 and his identity could not be revealed. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be
wrestling in Macon on June 13, 1972.

June 2, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> John Sullivan vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Tim Geohagen vs. Rocket Monroe > Midget Women’s Match: Diamond Lil vs. Darling
Dagmar > El Mongol vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Bob Armstrong vs. Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn vs. Assassin #2 (01) > Roberto Soto
over Buddy Colt / Notes: Billy Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Dagmar participated in an
autograph session for fans. It was announced that Argentina Apollo, Sputnik Monroe, Dick Shannon, Bobo Brazil, Man Mountain Mike,
Haystacks Calhoun, and Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

June 3, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox
Baker vs. Koa Tiki > Jerry Oates versus Buddy Colt > Roberto Soto versus Mr. X (19) / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Billy Spears managed Colt.

June 6, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Mr. X (19) > Jerry Oates & the Avenger (02) vs. Rocket Monroe & Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong & Derrell Cochran & Jerry
Oates & the Avenger (02) vs. Ox Baker & Rocket Monroe & Oki Shikina & Mr. X (19) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: El Mongol & Koa
Tiki
over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins / Notes: The Assassins had been the
reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon.

June 9, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Koa Tiki > the Avenger (02) vs. Buddy Colt > Women’s Tag Team Match: Vicky Williams & Debbie
Johnson vs. Toni Rose & Paula Kaye > Roberto Soto vs. Rocket Monroe > Dick Steinborn & Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. Bepo &
the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Ray Gunkel vs. Ox Baker . / Notes: Spears managed Colt.
Baker was disqualified during his match against Gunkel when he hit referee Charlie Smith, and then hit referee Eddie Smith, who had
come to stop the match. Rose participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 10, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn vs. Rocket Monroe . > Ox Baker & Assassin #1 (01) vs. John Sullivan & El Mongol > Roberto Soto vs. Billy
Spears / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Beginning
with this episode, “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. began airing twice each week. It remained in its usual Saturday evening
time slot of 6:00 to 7:00 PM on WTCG Channel 17, but beginning on June 7 could also be seen on the same station from 10:00 to 11:00
PM. The matches were still taped at 3:30 PM every Saturday at the WTCG Studios on West Peachtree Street.

June 13, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan & the Avenger (02) vs. Bepo & Karl Von Stroheim . > Rocket Monroe vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Macon Tag Team
Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Koa Tiki & El Mongol for the title > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* and Bob Armstrong went to a draw; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: The Assassins had been
the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon. Funk, Jr., had been
the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL.

June 16, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears vs. George Grant > John Sullivan and Billy Spears . > the Avenger (02) vs. Mr. X (19) > Dick
Steinborn vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Bob Armstrong & El Mongol vs. Buddy Colt & Bepo > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto*
over Assassin #2 (01) for the title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Ox Baker for the title / Notes: Soto
had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta. Funk, Jr., had been the
reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Spears managed
Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Funk, Jr., participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 17, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto vs. Dick Shannon > Ox Baker and El Mongol . > Karl Von Stroheim versus the Avenger (02) / Notes: This was
taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

June 20, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen and Oki Shikina . > Rocket Monroe vs. John Sullivan > Bob Armstrong & the Avenger (02) vs. Ox Baker & Bepo
> Koa Tiki vs. Assassin #1 (01) . > El Mongol vs. Assassin #2 (01) .

June 23, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Argentina Apollo (Winner); Ox Baker, El Mongol, Mr. X (19), Assassin #1 (01), Assassin #2 (01), Buddy Colt,
Dick Steinborn, Billy Spears, Roberto Soto, Little John (01), Jerry Oates, Bob Armstrong, George Grant, Bepo, Karl Von Stroheim, the
Avenger (02), Dick Shannon, and Rocket Monroe also participated > the Avenger (02) vs. Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy
Colt > Dick Steinborn vs. Billy Spears > El Mongol vs. Dick Shannon > George Grant vs. Assassin #1 > Roberto Soto vs. Jerry Oates
> Bepo vs. Karl Von Stroheim > Ox Baker vs. Little John (01) > Argentina Apollo vs. Assassin #2 / Notes: The battle royal was to
determine the matches for the card. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,500. Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith
was credited as being a referee for this card. Apollo participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 24, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Assassin #1 (01) & Mr. X (19) vs. Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates > Argentina Apollo vs. Buddy Colt > the Avenger (02) vs. Karl Von
Stroheim / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Billy Spears
managed Colt.

June 27, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rocket
Monroe vs. George Grant > Jerry Oates vs. Mr. X (19) . > Koa Tiki vs. Oki Shikina > Ox Baker vs. Bepo > Macon Tag
Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. El Mongol & the Avenger (02) for the title / Notes:
The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong on May 9, 1972,
in Macon.

June 30, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen vs. Karl Von Stroheim > El Mongol and Rocket Monroe . > Dick Steinborn vs. Mike Paidousis
> Roberto Soto and Billy Spears . > Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo & the Avenger (02) vs. Buddy Colt & the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Brass Knucks Title Match: Ray Gunkel vs. Ox Baker* for the title / Notes: It was reported
that Baker suffered a bone fracture in his right forearm during his match against Gunkel. It is unclear as to how Baker became
recognized as Brass Knucks Champion. The last reference we have shows Bepo winning the title in a tournament on January 21, 1972,
in Atlanta. Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Armstrong participated in an autograph
session for fans. It was announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

July 1, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Argentina
Apollo vs. Billy Spears > Dick Steinborn vs. Ox Baker . > Assassin #1 (01) vs. the Champ / Notes: This was taped
for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

July 4, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > George Grant
versus Oki Shikina > Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo versus Buddy Colt & Ox Baker > Leon Ogle versus Mr. X (19) > Bob Armstrong
versus Rocket Monroe > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Koa Tiki & the
Avenger (02) / Notes: The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill
Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon. Billy Spears managed Colt.

July 7, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tim Geohagen vs. Oki Shikina > Women’s Tag Team Match: Toni Rose & Donna Christianello vs. Susan Green & Jan Sheridan >
Roberto Soto & El Mongol vs. Billy Spears & Rocket Monroe > Dick Steinborn vs. Buddy Colt . > Bob Armstrong &
Argentina Apollo vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Spears managed Colt. Apollo participated in an
autograph session for fans.

July 8, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Argentina
Apollo vs. Wayne Cowan > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. George Grant & Tim Geohagen > the
Avenger (02) vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Billy Spears managed Colt.

July 11, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Cisco
Grimaldo and the Champ . > Leon Ogle & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Oki Shikina & Mr. X (19) > Boxing Match: Bob Armstrong
over Rocket Monroe . > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Koa Tiki & the Avenger (02) for the title / Notes: The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon.

July 14, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cisco Grimaldo versus the Champ > Rocket Monroe vs. Koa Tiki > Dick Steinborn vs. Oki Shikina > El Mongol vs. Billy
Spears > Ox Baker versus the Avenger (02) . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
& Assassin #2 (01))* vs. Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo for the title / Notes: Charlie Smith and Bill McMinn were credited as
being referees for this card. The Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since March 18, 1972, after Jones
announced they should have been declared the winners in their match against then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller on March
10, 1972. Armstrong participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Skandor Akbar would be wrestling in Atlanta
soon.

July 15, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto vs. Billy Spears > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 (01) . > Tim Geohagen vs. the Champ / Notes: This was taped
for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. It was announced that Terry Funk and Dory
Funk, Sr., had sent signed contracts to the Atlanta office answering the ongoing challenges made by the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) and Assassin #2 (01)). Ox Baker joined Capral and issued a challenge to Soto, claiming the Georgia Heavyweight Champion was
dodging him.

July 18, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen vs. Dick Shannon > Cisco Grimaldo vs. the Champ > Bob Armstrong & Leon Ogle vs. Rocket Monroe & Mr. X (19) > Bobo
Brazil & the Avenger (02) vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: It was reported that 9,500 were in
attendance for this card.

July 21, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dick Shannon versus Cisco Grimaldo > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. George Grant & Jesse James (02) > Dick
Steinborn vs. Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong vs. Billy Spears > Ray Gunkel & Argentina Apollo & Bobo Brazil vs. Ox Baker & the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Brazil participated in an autograph session for fans.

July 22, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Dick Shannon > Tim Geohagen & the Avenger (02) vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . > Jesse
James (02) and Mr. X (19) . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral.

July 25, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Argentina
Apollo vs. the Champ > Roberto Soto and Assassin #2 (01) . > Boxing Match: Leon Ogle vs. Mr. X (19) > Battle Royal:
Argentina Apollo (Winner); Bob Armstrong, Assassin #2, Bill Bowman, the Champ, Jesse James (02), Choo-Choo Lynn, Roberto Soto,
Billy Spears, and Joe Turner (02) also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal.

July 28, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cisco Grimaldo vs. Nick Russo > Women’s Match: Toni Rose vs. Debbie Johnson > Assassin #1 (01) vs. Jesse
James (02) > Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . > Brass Knuckles Match: Rocket
Monroe vs. Billy Spears > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 (01) . at 60:00 > No Time Limit / No Disqualification Match: Ox
Baker vs. the Avenger (02) / Notes: Charlie Smith and Bill McMinn were credited as being referees for this card. Johnson participated in
an autograph session for fans. The program for this card mentioned that Ray Gunkel, the Brass Knucks Champion, also still held the
Georgia Television Title. Gunkel had been the reigning Brass Knucks Champion since he went vs. Baker on June 30, 1972, in Atlanta,
and Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Big John on October 15, 1971, in Atlanta. In an ad in this program for the television
program, the Wednesday time slot, which began as a second weekly broadcast several weeks prior, is no longer mentioned. It was
announced that Nick Bockwinkel and Haystacks Calhoun would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

July 29, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox
Baker vs. George Grant > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo and Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . > Mr. X (19) vs. Nick
Russo / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

July 29, 1972 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Wayne Cowan versus Tim Geohagen > Mixed Tag Team Match: Rocket Monroe & Toni Rose versus Nick Russo & Dottie
Downs > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) versus Argentina Apollo & the Avenger (02) > Bob Armstrong versus Ox Baker

August 1, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jesse
James (02) vs. the Champ > Dick Shannon and Cisco Grimaldo . > Lumberjack Match: Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears >
Boxing Match: Leon Ogle vs. Mr. X (19) by knockout in the fourth round > Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo vs. the Assassins (01)
(Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))

August 1, 1972 (Tuesday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen and Wayne Cowan . > George Grant vs. Juan Caruso . > Joe Turner (02)
over Nick Russo > the Avenger (02) vs. Bill Bowman . > Dick Steinborn vs. Rocket Monroe > Brass Knucks Title
Match: Ray Gunkel* vs. Ox Baker for the title / Notes: Following the Gunkel-Baker match, Gunkel passed out in the shower and
was rushed to the hospital, but was pronounced dead that night, at the age of 48. At the time of his death, Gunkel was held both the
Brass Knucks Title and the Georgia Television Title. Gunkel had been the reigning Brass Knucks Champion since he went vs. Baker on
June 30, 1972, in Atlanta, and Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Big John on October 15, 1971, in Atlanta.

August 4, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Juan Caruso vs. George Grant > Tim Geohagen vs. Bill Bowman . > Joe Turner (02) vs. Jesse James
(02) > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto and Ox Baker & Rocket Monroe . > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Dick Steinborn > Argentina
Apollo vs. Nick Bockwinkel . / Notes: For the Steinborn-Assassin #2 match, the winner had to force the other to submit
to a Japanese nerve hold. Bill McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. The program for this card had a full page memoriam
for Ray Gunkel, mentioning his passing on August 1, 1972.

August 5, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Avenger (02) vs. Billy Spears > Roberto Soto and Assassin #2 (01) . > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. George Grant &
the Champ / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

August 7, 1972 (Monday) Notes: Ann Gunkel, widow of Ray Gunkel, arrived at the Atlanta office with the intent of filling Ray’s position
in the company. This is said to have concerned many within the company, Lester Welch specifically.

August 8, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women.
..s Tag Team Match: Susan Green & Vicky Williams vs. Paula Kaye & the Fabulous Moolah > Rocket Monroe vs. Nick Russo >
Roberto Soto & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Argentina Apollo vs. Assassin #2 (01)

August 11, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Juan Caruso versus Jesse James (02) > Women’s Match: Sandy Parker vs. Lilly Thomas > Bill Bowman vs. George
Grant > Joe Turner (02) vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Rocket Monroe and the Avenger (02) . > Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo &
Haystacks Calhoun vs. Ox Baker & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Grimaldo replaced the Avenger
in the match against Turner, as the Avenger substituted for Bob Armstrong in the match against Monroe. Apollo participated in an
autograph session for fans. The program for this card stated that Jones had been appointed First Vice President of the NWA during that
week’s annual NWA meeting in Las Vegas, NV. Also, it reported that Sam Muchnick had been re-elected as President and that Don
Owen was appointed as Second Vice President.

August 12, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jesse James (02) vs. Juan Caruso > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Dick Steinborn & George Grant > Cisco Grimaldo vs. Wayne
Cowan . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral. Jones joined Capral to discuss many of the contacts he made in Las Vegas at the annual NWA meeting, and would be bringing
in a lot of new talent to Atlanta vs. the next few months, including Man Mountain Mike.

August 14, 1972 (Monday) Notes: Doug Scoggins, who had been wrestling as Mr. X (19), died in an automobile accident in Perry en route
to a card in Valdosta. His passenger, Juan Caruso, suffered minor physical injuries, but Scoggins was reportedly killed upon impact.

August 15, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Choo-
Choo Lynn vs. the Raider (01) > Skandor Akbar vs. Nick Russo > Wayne Cowan vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Tim Geohagen vs. Rocket
Monroe > Battle Royal: Skandor Akbar (Winner); Wayne Cowan, Tim Geohagen, Cisco Grimaldo, Choo-Choo Lynn, Rocket Monroe, the
Raider (01), and Nick Russo also participated > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Argentina Apollo & the Avenger (02) vs. the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for
the battle royal. The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong
on May 9, 1972, in Macon.

August 18, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Wayne Cowan versus the Champ > Skandor Akbar vs. Jesse James (02) > Dick Steinborn vs. Juan Caruso > Argentina
Apollo vs. Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto and Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . > Terry Funk & Dory Funk,
Sr., versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . / Notes: Caruso substituted for Mr. X (19) in
the match against Steinborn. James participated in an autograph session for fans. There was an ad in the program for this card from the
Gunkel family that read, “The family of the late Ray Gunkel acknowledges with grateful appreciation your many kind and thoughtful
expressions of sympathy…

August 19, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Argentina Apollo vs. Dick Shannon > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Nick Russo & the Avenger (02) >
Dick Steinborn vs. Wayne Cowan / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted
by Ed Capral.

August 22, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women.
..s Match: Sandy Parker vs. Lilly Thomas > Juan Caruso versus George Grant > Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar vs. Jesse James
(02) & the Avenger (02) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs.
Armstrong and Bill Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon.

August 25, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > George Grant vs. Dick Shannon > Rocket Monroe vs. Mac McFarland > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Tim
Geohagen & Jesse James (02) > Skandor Akbar and the Avenger (02) . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Steinborn &
Bob Armstrong vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* . ; the Assassins retained the title >
NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* vs. Argentina Apollo for the title / Notes: The Assassins had been billed as
Georgia Tag Team Champions since March 18, 1972, after Jones announced they should have been declared the winners in their match
against then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller on March 10, 1972. Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this
card.

August 26, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox
Baker vs. Mac McFarland > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) and Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo . > Jesse James (02)
over the Raider (01) > Tim Geohagen vs. Juan Caruso / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling..
television program hosted by Ed Capral. It was announced that the Georgia Tag Team Title had been held up pending a rematch
between the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) and Dick Steinborn and Bob Armstrong, advertised for September
1, 1972.

August 29, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P-Partial] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Derrell Cochran vs. Dick Shannon > Ox Baker vs. the Avenger (02) > George Grant & Cisco Grimaldo vs. Bill Bowman & Assassin
#1 (01) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo* vs. Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar for the title / Notes:
Armstrong and Apollo had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
and Assassin #2 (01)) on August 22, 1972, in Macon. The program for this card announced that Nick Bockwinkel would be wrestling in
Macon on September 5, 1972, and that Bearcat Brown and Man Mountain Mike would be wrestling in Macon soon.

September 1, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dick Shannon vs. Nick Russo > George Grant vs. Wayne Cowan > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Derrell Cochran &
Jesse James (02) > Roberto Soto vs. Skandor Akbar > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Disqualification): Bob Armstrong & Dick
Steinborn and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) . > the Avenger (02) vs. Ox Baker / Notes: Man
Mountain Mike was the special referee for the Baker-Avenger match, and he also participated in an autograph session for fans. The
Avenger had promised to unmask prior to the match, and he did as promised, revealing his identity as Francisco Flores. However, he
continued to wrestle using the name Avenger. The Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since March 18, 1972,
after Jones announced they should have been declared the winners in their match against then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller
on March 10, 1972. However, the title had been held up on August 26, 1972, pending this rematch from August 25, 1972. Since there was
no definitive finish to declare champions from this match, it was announced the title would be vacated pending a tournament to be set for
a future date. It was announced that Tommy Seigler would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

September 5, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Wayne Cowan and Jesse James (02) . > Juan Caruso vs. Nick Russo > Derrell Cochran vs. Ox Baker > Dick Steinborn
& Bearcat Brown vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto* vs.
Nick Bockwinkel for the title > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar vs. Bob Armstrong & Argentina
Apollo* for the title > Battle Royal: Bob Armstrong (Winner); Akbar, Argentina Apollo, Assassin #1, Assassin #2, Ox Baker, Nick
Bockwinkel, Bearcat Brown, Juan Caruso, Derrell Cochran, Wayne Cowan, Jesse James (02), Rocket Monroe, Nick Russo, Roberto
Soto, and Dick Steinborn also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Soto had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta. Armstrong and Apollo had been the reigning Macon
Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Assassins on August 22, 1972, in Macon.

September 8, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jesse James (02) vs. Wayne Cowan > Bearcat Brown vs. Rocket Monroe > Skandor Akbar and the Avenger (02) went to a
draw > Argentina Apollo & Man Mountain Mike vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Bob Armstrong vs. Nick Bockwinkel > Brass
Knuckles Tag Team Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Terry
Funk & Dory Funk, Sr. / Notes: The Avenger participated in an autograph session for fans.

September 9, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox
Baker vs. George Grant > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Nick Russo & Argentina Apollo > Jesse James (02) vs. Rocket Monroe
by disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

September 12, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jesse James (02) vs. Juan Caruso > Derrell Cochran & Man Mountain Mike vs. Assassin #1 (01) & the Raider (01) > Macon Tag Team
Title Match: Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar* vs. Bob Armstrong & Bearcat Brown for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match:
Roberto Soto* vs. Ox Baker for the title / Notes: Caruso was initially declared the winner of his match against James, but when
Caruso initiated a post-match attack, the decision was reversed. Ward fined Akbar $250 for using a foreign object during the match
where he teamed with Monroe against Armstrong and Brown. Monroe and Akbar had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Armstrong and Argentina Apollo on September 5, 1972, in Macon. Soto had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta. Leon Ogle was credited as being a referee for this card.

September 13, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Rocket Monroe vs. Jesse James (02) > Roberto Soto & Man Mountain Mike vs. Juan Caruso & Assassin
#1 (01) > Argentina Apollo & Bearcat Brown vs. Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 (01) . /
Notes: Steinborn had put up $500 if Assassin #2 would risk his mask for their match.

September 15, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar vs. Jesse James (02) & the Avenger (02) to
advance; Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) to advance; Juan Caruso &
Dick Shannon vs. Derrell Cochran & Jim McKinney to advance; Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) by
disqualification to advance; Baker & Akbar vs. Soto & Apollo to advance; Armstrong & Steinborn vs. Caruso & Shannon to advance; and
Baker & Akbar vs. Armstrong & Steinborn for the title / Notes: The tournament was to determine new champions for the vacant
Georgia Tag Team Title. The title had previously been held up on August 25, 1972, following a match between then champions the
Assassins and Armstrong and Steinborn, who failed to have a definitive finish to their rematch on September 1, 1972.

September 16, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
the Avenger (02) vs. Oki Shikina . > Roberto Soto and Ox Baker . > Bearcat Brown vs. Juan Caruso /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01)
joined Capral and claimed Baker was the reason the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) lost their match to
Roberto Soto and Argentina Apollo on September 15, 1972. He issued a challenge to Baker for a match.

September 16, 1972 (Saturday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong & Derrell Cochran & Jesse James (02) & the Avenger (02) versus Juan Caruso & Bill Bowman & Assassin
#1 (01) & the Raider (01) > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo* versus Rocket Monroe & Skandor
Akbar / Notes: This was for the locally televised “Columbus Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Jim Carlisle and broadcast live
on WRBL Channel 3. It is unclear as to how Soto and Apollo became recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last
reference we have shows an advertised tournament that was to take place on February 9, 1972, in Columbus, with no details as to who
participated or won. The Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) had been the champions, but the title was vacated
when they failed to defend the title within a thirty-day period. The program for this card mentioned that Armstrong was the Columbus
Heavyweight Champion at the time. It is unclear as to how Armstrong came to be recognized as such. The last reference we have shows
Bill Dromo defending the title against Buddy Colt on February 2, 1972, in Columbus.

September 16, 1972 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jim McKinney vs. the Raider (01) > Jesse James (02) vs. Dick Shannon > the Avenger (02) vs. Juan
Caruso > Bob Armstrong and Rocket Monroe . > Bobo Brazil & Argentina Apollo vs. Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar

September 19, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
George Grant vs. Juan Caruso . > the Avenger (02) vs. Dick Shannon > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto
Soto* vs. Assassin #1 (01) for the title > Bob Armstrong & Derrell Cochran & Bobo Brazil vs. Rocket Monroe & Ox Baker &
Skandor Akbar / Notes: Soto had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in
Atlanta.

September 20, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Juan Caruso > Rocket Monroe versus Argentina Apollo > Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar
versus Bob Armstrong & the Avenger (02) > Dick Steinborn & Bobo Brazil versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2
(01))

September 22, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim McKinney vs. Cisco Grimaldo > George Grant vs. the Champ > Jesse James (02) vs. Dick Shannon > Roberto Soto
over Oki Shikina > No Disqualification Match: Bob Armstrong & Dick Steinborn and Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . >
Argentina Apollo vs. Skandor Akbar > Bobo Brazil vs. Ox Baker . / Notes: The Champ substituted for Mike Paidousis
in the match against Grant. Assassin #1 (01) was the special referee for the Brazil-Baker match.

September 23, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Argentina Apollo vs. Oki Shikina . > Roberto Soto and Skandor Akbar . > Jesse James (02) vs. Wayne
Cowan > Rocket Monroe vs. George Grant / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral.

September 23, 1972 (Saturday) – Carrollton, GA – VFW Fairgrounds (Hugh Butler – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
George Grant vs. Cisco Grimaldo > Jesse James (02) vs. Dick Shannon > Koa Tiki vs. Juan Caruso > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02)
over Dick Steinborn & Man Mountain Mike > Roberto Soto versus Oki Shikina ended in a no contest

September 26, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Johnny Reb vs. Billy the Kid (01) > Koa Tiki vs. Bill Bowman > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Koa Tiki & Man
Mountain Mike > Leon Ogle versus Juan Caruso . > Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Roberto Soto* vs. Skandor Akbar for the title / Notes: Soto had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta.

September 27, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Golden Park (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: A card was advertised, but no details have been found.

September 29, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Koa Tiki vs. Oki Shikina > Jesse James (02) vs. Rocket Monroe > Tommy Seigler and Skandor Akbar . >
Women’s Tag Team Match: Susan Green & Peggy Patterson vs. Paula Kaye & Donna Christianello > Ox Baker vs. Man Mountain
Mike > Bob Armstrong vs. Nick Bockwinkel . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto* versus Argentina Apollo
ended in a no contest; Soto retained the title / Notes: Shikina substituted for Dick Shannon in the match against Tiki. Soto had been the
reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith was credited as being
a referee for this card. Armstrong participated in an autograph session for fans.

September 30, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Koa Tiki vs. Wayne Cowan > Dick Steinborn & Roberto Soto vs. Oki Shikina & Rocket Monroe > Bill Bowman versus Nick Russo /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01)
joined Capral and announced that Assassin #2 (01) was injured and would need a few weeks for recovery.

October 3, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tommy
Seigler vs. Wayne Cowan > Oki Shikina vs. Nick Russo > Koa Tiki & the Avenger (02) vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Macon Tag
Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar* . ; Monroe & Akbar retained the
title / Notes: Monroe and Akbar had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Argentina Apollo
on September 5, 1972, in Macon.

October 4, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) Notes: We do not have a lineup or full results for this card, but it was reported that Ox Baker and Skandor Akbar turned on
Assassin #1 (01), who was in turn saved by the Avenger (02).

October 6, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Rock Hunter . > Pedro Godoy and Koa Tiki . > Tommy Seigler vs. Oki
Shikina > Midget Match: Johnny Reb vs. Billy the Kid (01) > Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo and Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) went
to a . > Brass Knuckles Match (No Disqualification): Skandor Akbar vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Ox Baker vs. Nick Bockwinkel / Notes:
Seigler participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 7, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rock
Hunter vs. George Grant > Dick Steinborn & Tommy Seigler vs. Krusher Karlson & Oki Shikina > Tim Geohagen vs. Pedro Godoy by
disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

October 10, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Avenger (02) vs. Oki Shikina > Leon Ogle vs. Juan Caruso > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) and Tommy Seigler & Koa Tiki went to a
draw > Macon Tag Team Title Match (No Disqualification): Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar* and Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto went to
a
draw at 60:00; Monroe & Akbar retained the title / Notes: During the Shikina-Avenger match, Shikina removed the Avenger’s mask to
identify him as Francisco Flores. Flores continued wrestling with the mask as the Avenger outside Macon. Monroe and Akbar had been
the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Argentina Apollo on September 5, 1972, in Macon.

October 11, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena [P-Partial] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jesse James (02) versus Rock Hunter > Tommy Seigler versus Rocket Monroe > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner
(02) versus Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo > Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar versus Assassin #1 (01) & the Avenger (02) / Notes: The
program for this card noted that this date was Fred and Rose Ward’s wedding anniversary.

October 13, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Brass Knuckles Title One-Night Tournament: Rock Hunter (Winner) for the title; Bob Armstrong, Argentina Apollo, Bill
Bowman, Roberto Soto, Pedro Godoy, Dick Steinborn, Joe Turner (02), Rocket Monroe, Skandor Akbar, Krusher Karlson, the Avenger
(02), Tommy Seigler, and Wilbur Snyder also participated > No Time Limit / No Disqualification Match: Assassin #1 (01) vs. Ox Baker /
Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Snyder
participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 14, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Assassin #1 (01) vs. Skandor Akbar > Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo and the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts)
went to a . > Rock Hunter vs. the Champ / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 joined Capral unmasked and revealed himself as Tom Renesto.

October 17, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Francisco Flores vs. Oki Shikina > Bill Bowman vs. George Grant > Tommy Seigler vs. Wayne Cowan > George Grant & Leon Ogle &
Tommy Seigler & Francisco Flores vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) & Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > Macon Tag Team Title Match
(No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar* vs. Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto for the title / Notes:
Monroe and Akbar had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Argentina Apollo on
September 5, 1972, in Macon.

October 18, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but no further information has been found.

October 20, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Pedro Godoy > the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) vs. George Grant & Jesse
James (02) > Tommy Seigler vs. Rock Hunter > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo vs. Ox Baker &
Skandor Akbar* for the title > Boxing Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto* vs.
Nick Bockwinkel . for the title / Notes: Baker and Akbar had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Armstrong and Steinborn in a tournament final on September 15, 1972, in Atlanta. Soto had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta. Soto participated in an autograph session for
fans. The Blonds were being billed as Canadian Tag Team Champions.

October 21, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tommy Seigler vs. Ox Baker . > Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Bob Armstrong
over Oki Shikina / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

October 24, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Koa Tiki
over Ox Baker > Skandor Akbar vs. Jesse James (02) > Dick Steinborn vs. Juan Caruso > Pedro Godoy vs. George Grant > Roberto
Soto & Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Battle Royal: Argentina Apollo (Winner); Skandor Akbar, Ox Baker, Bill
Bowman, Juan Caruso, Pedro Godoy, George Grant, Jesse James (02), Roberto Soto, Dick Steinborn, Koa Tiki, and Joe Turner (02) also
participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Earlier on this day, Ann Gunkel incorporated Gunkel Enterprises,
Inc., although it would be nearly a month before her plans to leave the company and form an opposing promotion would become
common knowledge. She immediately began discreetly attempting to secure possible television deals for an opposing promotion, as
well as venues for live events. Lester Welch later claimed to have been tipped off that she had made attempts to secure a promoter’s
license, as well as an arrangement for weekly cards at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, and said he began to watch her more closely
than ever in an effort to determine her motives and success, as the other owners did not take her seriously.

October 27, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jesse James (02) versus Pedro Godoy > the Avenger (02) vs. Oki Shikina > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Tim
Geohagen & Tommy Seigler > Bob Armstrong vs. Rock Hunter > the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) and Dick
Steinborn & Argentina Apollo . > Tom Renesto versus Ox Baker . / Notes: Charlie Smith was credited
as being a referee for this card. Seigler participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 28, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) vs. Tommy Seigler & Roberto Soto > Dick Steinborn vs. Rock Hunter by
disqualification > Roy Lee Welch vs. Juan Caruso / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Ed Capral. Bob Armstrong joined Capral and issued a challenge to Hunter for a match.

October 31, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tommy
Seigler vs. Pedro Godoy > Oki Shikina vs. Wayne Cowan > Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo vs. Rocket Monroe & Rock Hunter > Leon
Ogle & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Dick Steinborn vs. Skandor Akbar

November 3, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen vs. Juan Caruso > Wayne Cowan vs. Skandor Akbar > Roy Lee Welch vs. Bill Bowman > Tommy Seigler
over Joe Turner (02) > Texas Death Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Rock Hunter > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Steinborn & Argentina
Apollo* and the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) went to a draw; Steinborn & Apollo retained the title / Notes: Akbar
substituted for Rocket Monroe in the match against Cowan. Steinborn and Apollo had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Akbar and Ox Baker on October 20, 1972, in Atlanta. Bill McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. Apollo
participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 4, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jesse James (02) & Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . > Ox Baker vs. Tommy Seigler > Roberto
Soto vs. Oki Shikina . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Ed Capral.

November 4, 1972 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Frank Hickey versus Roy Lee Welch > Bill Bowman versus George Grant > Joe Turner (02) versus the
Avenger (02) > Roberto Soto versus Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong & Tommy Seigler versus the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown &
Buddy Roberts)

November 7, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tommy Seigler vs. Rock Hunter . > Oki Shikina vs. George Grant > Roy Lee Welch vs. the Champ > Tom Renesto &
Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo vs. Juan Caruso & Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar

November 8, 1972 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bill Bowman vs. the Champ > Jesse James (02) vs. Pedro Godoy > Roy Lee Welch vs. Joe Turner (02)
by disqualification > Roberto Soto & the Avenger (02) vs. Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar

November 10, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Tommy Seigler (Winner); Jerry Brown, Buddy Roberts, Dick Steinborn, Bob Armstrong, Argentina Apollo, Rock
Hunter, Skandor Akbar, Ox Baker, Roberto Soto, Roy Lee Welch, Rocket Monroe, Joe Turner (02), Pedro Godoy, Bill Bowman, Tim
Geohagen, Jim McKinney, and Jesse James (02) also participated > Tim Geohagen and Jim McKinney . > Bill Bowman
over Jesse James (02) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Pedro Godoy > Roberto Soto vs. Joe Turner (02) > Ox Baker vs. Rocket Monroe > Bob
Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar > Dick Steinborn vs. Rock Hunter > Buddy Roberts and Argentina Apollo . > Tommy Seigler
over Jerry Brown / Notes: The battle royal was to determine the matches for the card. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was
$2,500. Bill McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. Welch participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 11, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jesse James (02) vs. Skandor Akbar . > Dick Steinborn vs. Ox Baker > Argentina Apollo vs. Pedro Godoy / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed Capral.

November 14, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Francisco Flores and Oki Shikina . > Leon Ogle & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Tom Renesto
versus Ox Baker . > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Tommy Seigler & Argentina Apollo
over Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar* for the title / Notes: Monroe and Akbar had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Apollo and Bob Armstrong on September 5, 1972, in Macon.

November 17, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Juan Caruso vs. Bobby Starr > Wayne Cowan & Tim Geohagen vs. Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar > Roberto Soto vs.
Bill Bowman > Roy Lee Welch vs. Joe Turner (02) . > Tommy Seigler & Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo versus Rock
Hunter & Buddy Roberts & Bearcat Brown . > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* and Dick
Steinborn went to a draw; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: Brown substituted for Jerry Brown to team with Hunter and Roberts in the
match against Seigler, Armstrong, and Apollo. Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 18, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Argentina Apollo vs. Ox Baker . > Dory Funk, Jr., vs. Joe Turner (02) > Roberto Soto vs. Bill Bowman > Roy Lee
Welch versus Rocket Monroe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Ed
Capral.

November 21, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Francisco Flores vs. Juan Caruso > Bill Bowman vs. Wayne Cowan > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Leon Ogle vs. Joe Turner (02) by
knockout in the second round > Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Tommy Seigler & Argentina Apollo*
versus the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) ended in a no contest; Seigler & Apollo retained the title / Notes: Seigler
and Apollo had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Akbar and Rocket Monroe on November 14, 1972,
in Macon.

November 22, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: This was the only match after a boycott of the remaining advertised
wrestlers. Armstrong and Hunter were the only two in attendance to wrestle. Ward announced to the crowd ahead of the match that all
money would be returned whether fans decided to stay or leave. Publicly, he offered no explanation as to the whereabouts of the other
wrestlers advertised. Earlier in the day, a private meeting was held in Atlanta said to be led by Ann Gunkel, Tom Renesto, Assassin #2
(01), Dick Steinborn, and Charlie Harben. Known to be in attendance were Ed Capral, Charlie Smith, Ted Oates, Jerry Oates, Ox Baker,
Argentina Apollo, Oki Shikina, Jesse James (02), Skandor Akbar, Tommy Seigler, El Mongol, the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown and
Buddy Roberts), Wayne Cowan, Joe Turner (02), Bill Bowman, Roberto Soto, the Avenger (02), Krusher Karlson, and Derrell Cochran.
During the meeting, the leaders announced they were forming a new promotion, to be called the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Of those in
attendance, the only one to stay with the Atlanta NWA office was Derrell Cochran. Not in attendance at the meeting, but also deciding to
remain with the NWA side after learning of the news, were Armstrong and Roy Lee Welch. Hunter was also not in attendance at the
meeting, and is said to not have heard that there would be a boycott of the Columbus card that evening. Jerry Oates had decided to join
All-South, but returned to the Atlanta NWA office within weeks of his departure. Also on this day, once Gunkel made her intentions clear,
ABC Booking, Inc., was dissolved immediately, in order to avoid owing Gunkel any more payments beyond her settlement. As a result,
Paul Jones (01), Lester Welch, and Roy Welch incorporated Mid-South Sports, Inc. Shortly after this, Mid-South filed a lawsuit against
Tom Renesto for the amount of $1 million, claiming he had attempted to sabotage the company, but the suit never went to trial, as it was
dismissed, according to Joe Hamilton.

November 24, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Tinker Todd > Don Curtis vs. Ronnie Hill > Eddie Graham & Robert Fuller & Buddy Fuller vs. Tony
Russo & Jim Grabmire & Geto > Battle Royal: Jake Smith (Winner); Jim Byers, Jim Grabmire, Tinker Todd, Roy Lee Welch, Don Curtis,
Duke Keomuka, Robert Fuller, Rick Freto, Derrell Cochran, Doug Gilbert (01), Bob Armstrong, Geto, and Mike Paidousis also participated
> Bob Armstrong vs. Mike Paidousis > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Bronko Lubich > Jack Brisco vs. Hiro Matsuda / Notes: It is unclear as to
the reason for the battle royal. This card was the first following the mass departure of the regular roster of talent the promotion had been
using. Much of the talent came on one-day notice to help fill out the card. vs. the next several weeks, other NWA promoters would send
in wrestlers whenever possible to help Atlanta rebuild and compete with the All-South Wrestling Alliance. The one page program for this
card announced that Bill Watts, Danny Hodge, Dory Funk, Jr., Bobo Brazil, Sputnik Monroe, Flash Monroe, Fritz Von Erich, Nick
Bockwinkel, Jay Strongbow, Buddy Colt, and Ron Fuller would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. There was also a statement that “Only
matches promoted by Paul Jones are sanctioned by the NWA…

November 24, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Oglethorpe University Gymnasium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Oki Shikina vs. Mark Starr (01) > Jesse James (02) vs. Skandor Akbar . > Women’s Match: Vicky
Williams vs. Donna Christianello > Rock Hunter vs. Tim Geohagen > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 (01) . > Tommy
Seigler & El Mongol vs. the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) . > Ox Baker vs. Argentina Apollo /
Notes: This was the first card for Gunkel’s All-South Wrestling Alliance. Matches were taped with the intent to be broadcast on the .
..All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. It is unclear at this time, but it is believed that the
program aired on a local Atlanta station sometime in December 1972. Gunkel had been unable to secure a promoter’s license to
run events inside the Atlanta city limits, and chose Oglethorpe as her home base for live events until she was approved. The program for
this card notes that the ticket office is located at 39 Houston Street. It also gives credit to some staff members of the office: Capral (Ring
Announcer), Charlie Smith (Publicity), Jack Smith (Timekeeper), and Drs. E.M. Lee and J.R. Harrison (Physicians).

November 25, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: With the defection of “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. host Ed Capral to the All-South Wrestling Alliance, Sterling Brewer
replaced him in the interim. Brewer was also the host of the Birmingham, AL, show for Nick Gulas’ promotion.

November 28, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Battle Royal: Bob Armstrong (Winner); Tojo Yamamoto, Doug Gilbert (01), Hiro Matsuda, Jack Evans (02), Derrell Cochran, Roy Lee
Welch, Bepo, Don Curtis, Geto, Jerry Jarrett, Eddie Graham, Buddy Colt, and Carlos Montez also participated > Roy Lee Welch vs.
Carlos Montez > Doug Gilbert (01) vs. Jack Evans (02) > Eddie Graham & Bob Armstrong vs. Tojo Yamamoto & Hiro Matsuda > Buddy
Colt vs. Jerry Jarrett > Don Curtis & Derrell Cochran vs. the Mongols (01) (Geto & Bepo) . / Notes: It was reported that
the purse for the battle royal was $2,000. Frank Dalton and Tony Russo had been advertised for the battle royal, but failed to appear. Colt
was being billed as the Southern Heavyweight Champion. It was announced that Ward had held up the Macon Tag Team Title due to an
unruly match on November 21, 1972, between champions Tommy Seigler and Argentina Apollo and the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry
Brown and Buddy Roberts). Seigler and Apollo had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Rocket Monroe
and Skandor Akbar on November 14, 1972, in Macon. Of course, in reality, he was declaring the title vacant as all four men had
unexpectedly defected to the All-South Wrestling Alliance since that card.

November 28, 1972 (Tuesday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (William Franklin Stokes – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > the Champ vs. Pedro Godoy > Oki Shikina vs. Wayne Cowan > Skandor Akbar vs. Tim Geohagen > Jerry Oates &
Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Tommy Seigler vs. Rock Hunter . > Dick Steinborn vs.
Skandor Akbar > Tommy Seigler & Dick Steinborn & Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo vs. Ox Baker & Assassin #2 (01) & the Hollywood
Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts)

November 29, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Tony Russo > Doug Gilbert (01) and Hiro Matsuda . > Eddie Graham &
Don Curtis & Derrell Cochran vs. Jack Evans (02) & the Mongols (01) (Geto & Bepo) > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob
Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt* . ; Colt retained the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as Southern Heavyweight Champion
since November 28, 1972. The program for this card mentioned that Armstrong was still recognized as Columbus Heavyweight
Champion. Armstrong had been billed as such since September 16, 1972. It also announced that Louie Tillet, billed as United States
Junior Heavyweight Champion, would be wrestling in Columbus soon. There was also a mention of the events from November 22, 1972,
where it was written by “Hilda.., who had been writing columns recapping the previous week’s events: “Last week’s
matches proved unexpected and unforeseen. It also proves what a fine promoter we have. Mr. Ward did not, and he wasn’t obligated
to, explain what happened. He did have the main event for us, however, between Bob Armstrong and Rock Hunter. I’ll agree that
neither Bob nor Hunter had their hearts in it, but they were there. Fans have always had a great respect for Bob, but after last week, they
have more. As for Hunter, I would say he “dug.. and “cut.. it. Thanks, fellows. As for our promoter, at his own expense, he
refunded every ticket. How much fairer could he be. Our hats off to three great fellows – Bob Armstrong, Rock Hunter, and Mr. Ward. I
can’t imagine what happened. All I heard was gossip, which has to be taken with a grain of salt. If what I heard was true, a recently
departed mat friend would be terribly upset. As far as another fellow is concerned, let me express a fan’s feelings. If you didn’t
care enough about us to come wrestle for us, we don’t need you now to come from Atlanta and make trouble for us or our promoter..
..

December 1, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Jimmy Valentine > Jack Evans (02) versus Bearcat Wright > Women’s Match: Peggy Patterson
versus Debbie Johnson > Robert Fuller & Roy Lee Welch versus Flash Monroe & Norvel Austin > Don Curtis versus Hiro Matsuda > Jake
Smith versus Geto > Jerry Jarrett versus Don Greene > Eddie Graham vs. Doug Gilbert (01) > Bob Armstrong versus Bill Watts / Notes:
Jack Crawford managed Austin. The program for this card featured an ad for Lester Welch’s Silver Dollar Ranch on Route 1 in
Barnesville.

December 1, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Oglethorpe University Gymnasium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Bill Bowman versus Wayne Cowan > Jerry Oates versus Joe Turner (02) > Skandor Akbar versus the Avenger (02) > Tommy
Seigler & Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) > Rock
Hunter versus El Mongol > Georgia Television Title Match: Dick Steinborn* versus Ox Baker / Notes: It is unclear as to how Steinborn
came to be recognized as Georgia Television Champion. The last reference we have is the version recognized by Georgia
Championship Wrestling, which was last referenced on August 1, 1972, when then champion Ray Gunkel died, leaving the title vacant.
We have found no documentation as to its origin within the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Matches were taped with the intent to be
broadcast on the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

December 2, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Don Curtis vs. Doug Gilbert (01) > Mixed Tag Team Match: Roy Lee Welch & Jan Sheridan vs. Carlos Montez & Peggy Patterson >
Doug Gilbert (01) & Norvel Austin vs. Eddie Graham & Robert Fuller / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Sterling Brewer. Jack Crawford managed Austin.

December 5, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Women’s Match: Lilly Thomas vs. Peggy Patterson > Jerry Jarrett vs. Carlos Montez > Derrell Cochran vs. Jim McKinney > Don
Curtis vs. Jack Evans (02) > Hiro Matsuda & Tojo Yamamoto vs. Bob Armstrong & Doug Gilbert (01) > Southern Heavyweight Title
Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Eddie Graham for the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as Southern Heavyweight Champion since
November 28, 1972.

December 5, 1972 (Tuesday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (William Franklin Stokes – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Jesse James (02) vs. Pedro Godoy > Bill Bowman vs. Wayne Cowan > the Avenger (02) vs. Joe Turner (02) > Jerry Oates
& Tommy Seigler and Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar . > Roberto Soto vs. Assassin #2 (01) . > Dick
Steinborn & Argentina Apollo vs. the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts)

December 6, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) versus Carlos Montez > Jack Evans (02) versus Derrell Cochran > Leon Ogle versus Jimmy
Valentine > Women’s Match: Lilly Thomas versus Peggy Patterson > Eddie Graham versus Tony Russo > Bob Armstrong & Don
Curtis versus Buddy Colt & Hiro Matsuda / Notes: This program mentions the Saturday matches shown live vs. Channel 41 would begin
at 3:00 PM, although several weeks later it is back to 4:00 PM on January 17, 1973.

December 8, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Peggy Patterson versus Lilly Thomas > Red Dupree versus Hiro Matsuda > Jerry Jarrett versus Don
Greene > Robert Fuller & Roy Lee Welch versus Flash Monroe & Norvel Austin > Don Curtis versus Fritz Von Erich > Bob Armstrong &
Derrell Cochran versus Paul DeMarco & Duke Keomuka > Eddie Graham versus Doug Gilbert (01) > NWA World Heavyweight Title
Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* versus Jack Brisco / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Jack Crawford managed Austin.

December 8, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Oglethorpe University Gymnasium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Jesse James (02) versus Rock Hunter > Tommy Seigler versus Skandor Akbar > Ted Oates vs. Joe Turner (02) > Bill
Bowman vs. Jerry Oates > El Mongol vs. Ox Baker > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo* vs. the
Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto* vs. Assassin
#2 (01) . for the title / Notes: Steinborn and Apollo had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since
they went vs. Baker and Akbar on October 20, 1972, in Atlanta, and although they earned recognition while wrestling for the Georgia
Championship Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized them as such when they agreed to move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Soto
had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta, and although he earned
recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized him as such when he agreed to
move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Oates substituted for the Champ in the match against Turner. Matches were taped with the
intent to be broadcast on the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

December 9, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Colt vs. Don Curtis > Bob Armstrong vs. Carlos Montez > Jack Brisco and Dory Funk, Jr., . > Ron Fuller & Roy Lee
Welch vs. Jack Evans (02) & Greg Fox / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Sterling Brewer.

December 12, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bobby Starr and Roy Lee Welch . > Jack Evans (02) vs. Red Dupree > Derrell Cochran & Bill Dromo & Jack Welch (02)
over Norvel Austin & Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong vs. Doug Gilbert (01) / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Austin.

December 15, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates versus Carlos Montez > Roy Lee Welch vs. Jack Evans (02) > Eddie Graham versus the Masked Marvel (15) >
Bill Dromo and Doug Gilbert (01) . > Robert Fuller & Buddy Fuller versus Flash Monroe & Norvel Austin > Danny Hodge
versus Hiro Matsuda > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt* for the title / Notes: Colt had been billed as
Southern Heavyweight Champion since November 28, 1972. Jack Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel. Eddie Smith was credited
as being a referee for this card.

December 15, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Oglethorpe University Gymnasium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Ted Oates & Jesse James (02) > Bobby Garcia versus Oki Shikina > Roberto Soto vs.
Rock Hunter > Dick Steinborn versus Assassin #2 (01) . > Tommy Seigler & Argentina Apollo & El Mongol & the
Avenger (02) vs. Skandor Akbar & Ox Baker & the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) / Notes: James substituted for
the Champ to team with Oates in the match against Bowman and Turner.

December 16, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Buddy Colt vs. Red Dupree > Norvel Austin & the Masked Marvel (15) vs. Roy Lee Welch & Pedro Columbo > Pedro Columbo versus
Sputnik Monroe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Sterling Brewer.
Jack Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel. Colt joined Capral and announced he was filing a protest with the NWA, claiming his foot
was on the ropes when he lost to Bob Armstrong on December 15, 1972.

December 19, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Dottie Downs > Roy Lee Welch vs. Pedro Columbo > Derrell Cochran vs. Jack Evans (02) >
Don Curtis & Eddie Graham vs. Norvel Austin & Sputnik Monroe > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Doug Gilbert (01) by
technical knockout in the fourth round / Notes: Joe Louis was the special referee for the Armstrong-Gilbert match. Jack Crawford
managed Austin.

December 22, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mixed Tag Team Match: Harry Smith & Debbie Johnson versus George Harris & Donna Christianello > Sputnik Monroe &
Rocket Monroe versus Derrell Cochran & Red Dupree > Bill Dromo versus Doug Gilbert (01) > Jerry Oates versus Norvel Austin >
Klondike Bill versus Rip Hawk > Eddie Graham & Mike Graham versus Norvel Austin & the Masked Marvel (15) > Danny Hodge versus
Dale Lewis > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* versus Buddy Colt ended in a no contest; Armstrong retained the title /
Notes: Armstrong had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Colt on December 15, 1972, in Atlanta.
Leo Garibaldi was the special referee for the Armstrong-Colt match. Jack Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel. Homer O’Dell
managed Hawk. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

December 22, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Oglethorpe University Gymnasium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Wayne Cowan versus Bobby Starr > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) versus Ted Oates & Jesse James (02) > Rock Hunter
versus the Avenger (02) > Argentina Apollo & El Mongol versus Skandor Akbar & Ox Baker > Jerry Brown versus Roberto Soto > Tommy
Seigler versus Buddy Roberts > Dick Steinborn versus Assassin #2 (01)

December 23, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Derrell Cochran vs. Buddy Colt . > Bob Armstrong vs. the Masked Marvel (15) > Jerry Oates versus Sputnik Monroe /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Sterling Brewer. This was the final
episode in which Brewer appeared as host. Jack Crawford managed the Marvel.

December 26, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Tag Team Match: Willie Wilson & Bobo Johnson vs. Johnny Reb & Little Tokyo > Roy Lee Welch vs. Jerry Valentine > Don
Curtis vs. Jack Evans (02) > Sputnik Monroe vs. Eddie Graham > Bob Armstrong vs. Rocket Monroe

December 27, 1972 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ronnie Hill vs. Frank Hickey > Jack Evans (02) and Roy Lee Welch . > Midget Tag Team
Match: Willie Wilson & Bobo Johnson vs. Johnny Reb & Little Tokyo > Bob Armstrong vs. Sputnik Monroe > Norvel Austin & Rocket
Monroe vs. Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates / Notes: Hill substituted for Jack Welch (02) in the match against Hickey. Jack Crawford managed
Austin.

December 28, 1972 (Thursday) – Athens, GA – J&J Center (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler
over Krusher Karlson > Dick Steinborn vs. Ox Baker > Rock Hunter & the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) vs.
Tommy Seigler & Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo

December 29, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Ronnie Hill > the Zodiac (01) vs. Pedro Columbo > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament:
Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Orton, Jr. to advance; Eddie Graham & Mike Graham vs. Norvel Austin & the
Masked Marvel (15) to advance; and the Grahams vs. the Monroes for the title > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt vs.
Bob Armstrong* for the title > Eddie Graham vs. Jack Crawford / Notes: The tournament was to determine new champions for the
vacant Georgia Tag Team Title, which had previously been held by Dick Steinborn and Argentina Apollo, who had since defected to the All-
South Wrestling Alliance. Armstrong had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Colt on December 15,
1972, in Atlanta. It was reported that if Crawford failed to appear and wrestle Graham, he would be fined and suspended indefinitely from
wrestling in Atlanta. Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel. Sputnik Monroe was barred from ringside during the Colt-Armstrong
match. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

December 30, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: Gordon Solie, who had been the host of televised wrestling in Florida for many years, began his long run as host of “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. on this episode. He was with the company through July 1984.
January 2, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Evans (02) and Roy Lee Welch . > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Peggy Patterson > Koa Tiki vs. Duke
Keomuka > Hiro Matsuda vs. Don Curtis > Bob Armstrong & Eddie Graham vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe

January 5, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Midget Match: Willie Wilson vs. Johnny Reb > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Ronnie Hill > Women’s Tag Team Match: Vicky
Williams & Joyce Grable (02) vs. Toni Rose & Peggy Patterson > Jay Strongbow vs. Jack Evans (02) > the Zodiac (01) vs. Koa Tiki >
Leo Garibaldi & Eddie Graham & Mike Graham vs. Jack Crawford & Norvel Austin & the Masked Marvel (16) . > Bill
Dromo vs. Rocket Monroe > Buddy Colt versus Mad Dog Vachon . > Texas Death Match: Bob Armstrong vs.
Sputnik Monroe / Notes: Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel. Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card. Garibaldi was
injured during the match teaming with the Grahams against Crawford, Austin and the Marvel when the Marvel hit him in what appeared to
be an accident.

January 6, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Rock Hunter
over Roberto Soto > Assassin #2 (01) and El Mongol . > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo vs. the Hollywood Blonds (01)
(Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by
Ed Capral, and is believed to have been the first broadcast for Gunkel’s company to have appeared on WTCG Channel 17, from 7:00
to 8:00 PM on Saturdays, immediately following the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. program.

January 6, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Eddie
Graham vs. the Masked Marvel (16) . > Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs. Bob Armstrong & Pedro Columbo > Jay
Strongbow vs. the Zodiac (01) . > Handicap Match: Bill Watts vs. Ronnie Hill & Paul Jones (02) / Notes: This was
taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed the Marvel.

January 9, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus the Champ > Bobby Garcia & Bobby Starr versus Pedro Godoy & Krusher Karlson > Juan Caruso versus the
Grappler (01) > Jesse James (02) versus Oki Shikina > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) versus Ted Oates & Bearcat Wilkerson > Alfred
Hayes versus Rock Hunter > Tommy Seigler & the Avenger (02) versus the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) >
Georgia Television Title Match: Ox Baker vs. Dick Steinborn* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Assassin #2 (01) vs.
Roberto Soto* for the title / Notes: This was the first card Gunkel was able to run inside the Atlanta city limits, having finally received
approval for a promoter’s license. Steinborn had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since December 1, 1972, and
although he earned recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized him as such
when he agreed to move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Soto had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Buddy Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta, and although he earned recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship Wrestling
promotion, Gunkel recognized him as such when he agreed to move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance.

January 9, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Midget
Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond Lil > Roy Lee Welch vs. Frank Hickey > Jack Evans (02) and Jerry Oates went to a
draw > Hiro Matsuda & Rocket Monroe vs. Bob Armstrong & Koa Tiki > Lights Out Match: Eddie Graham vs. Sputnik Monroe

January 10, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Columbo & Koa Tiki vs. Frank Hickey & Red Dupree > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Jack Evans (02) > Midget
Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond Lil > the Zodiac (01) vs. Ronnie Hill at 7:38 > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match:
Hiro Matsuda vs. Bob Armstrong* for the title > Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates vs. Jack Crawford & Norvel Austin . /
Notes: Referee Leon Ogle gave Dromo and Oates the win vs. Crawford and Austin when Crawford ran into the ring illegally and
remained, creating total chaos, that resulted in Ogle fighting with Crawford. During the match between Armstrong-Matsuda match,
referee Eddie Smith was knocked down during a collision involving all three men. Matsuda took advantage and attacked Armstrong using
karate moves. When Smith came to, Matsuda covered Armstrong for the pin. Armstrong had been billed as Columbus Heavyweight
Champion since September 16, 1972.

January 12, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond Lil at 5:30 > Jack Evans (02) and Bob Orton, Jr., . >
Louie Tillet vs. Norvel Austin > the Zodiac (01) vs. Jerry Oates at 14:00 > Australian Tag Team Match: Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs.
Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe . > Bill Watts vs. the Masked Marvel (16) at 0:30 > Eddie Graham & Mike Graham
over Jimmy Valentine & Jerry Valentine > Jack Brisco vs. Mad Dog Vachon at 19:00 / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Austin and the
Marvel. Crawford was upset with the Marvel following the short loss to Watts. The Monroes were disqualified in their match against
Dromo and Armstrong when it was discovered by the referee that they had switched places and Rocket was the illegal man was in the
ring.

January 13, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Bobby Starr
versus Oki Shikina > Jesse James (02) versus Pedro Godoy > Wayne Cowan and the Champ . / Notes: This was taped for
the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

January 13, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Dromo vs. the Masked Marvel (16) > Jimmy Valentine & Jerry Valentine versus Pat O’Brien (02) & Bob Orton, Jr. > Paul Jones (02)
over Eddie Graham > Jack Brisco vs. Dr. X (02) > Norvel Austin vs. Louie Tillet / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel.

January 16, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Battle Royal: Rock Hunter (Winner) > Dick Steinborn and Tommy Seigler . > the Champ vs. Bobby Starr > Bob Hall vs.
Oki Shikina > Tracy Rivers vs. Wayne Cowan > Jesse James (02) vs. Pedro Godoy > the Avenger (02) vs. Krusher Karlson > Ted
Oates vs. Juan Caruso > Bearcat Wilkerson vs. Bill Bowman > Ox Baker versus El Mongol . / Notes: It is unclear
as to the reason for the battle royal.

January 16, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jimmy
Valentine & Jerry Valentine versus Billy Hines & Roy Lee Welch > Frank Hickey versus Pantera Negra > Bob Armstrong & Koa Tiki versus
Jack Evans (02) & Hiro Matsuda > Eddie Graham & Mike Graham versus Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe

January 17, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Red Dupree > Derrell Cochran versus the Zodiac (01) > Tank Morgan versus Koa Tiki
> Jack Evans (02) & Sputnik Monroe versus Billy Hines & Roy Lee Welch > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Hiro Matsuda* versus
Bob Armstrong > Jack Crawford & Norvel Austin & Rocket Monroe versus Jerry Oates & Bill Dromo & Leon Ogle / Notes: Crawford
managed Austin. Matsuda had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Armstrong on January 17, 1973,
in Columbus. The program we have for this card mentions Ralph Freed, who is on staff in charge of ticket sales. It also listed the 1973
Georgia “official wrestling rules… It was announced that Joyce Grable (02) would be wrestling in Columbus on the January 24,
1973, card.

January 19, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Jack Evans (02) > Jerry Oates vs. Jerry Valentine > Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico and Tank Morgan &
Bengali . > Bill Watts vs. Red Dupree > the Zodiac (01) vs. Bill Dromo > Handicap Match: Bearcat Wright vs. Jack
Crawford & the Masked Marvel (16) > Mr. Wrestling (01) vs. Norvel Austin > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Eddie Graham & Mike
Graham* vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe for the title > Thirty-Man Battle Royal: Haystacks Calhoun (Winner) / Notes:
Valentine replaced Sicodelico in the match against Oates, as Sicodelico substituted for Bob Armstrong to team with Negra in the match
against Morgan and Bengali. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $6,000. The thirty men included in the battle royal were
not completely listed, but obviously Calhoun, the winner, participated. It is known from reports following the card that Calhoun, Mr.
Wrestling, and Jones were the final three men in the ring, with Calhoun throwing both men out simultaneously. Additional reports were
that Jimmy Valentine and Billy Hines were involved, claiming both men were injured during the match, and that Wright, Watts, Austin,
Oates, Sicodelico, Negra, Bengali, Zodiac, Dromo, Roy Lee Welch, Derrell Cochran, the Demon (02), the Grahams, and the Monroes
also participated. Crawford managed Austin and the Marvel. The Grahams had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since
they went vs. the Monroes in a tournament final on December 29, 1972, in Atlanta. The program for this card featured a copy of a
Western Union telegram from Sam Muchnick, congratulating Jones for twenty-nine years of promoting wrestling in Atlanta. It was
announced that Hans Schmidt, Chati Yokuchi, and Fuji (02) would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

January 20, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Pedro Godoy
and the Champ . > Tommy Seigler & El Mongol versus the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) / Notes:
This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

January 20, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Watts & Pantera Negra vs. Red Dupree & the Demon (02) > Mr. Wrestling (01) vs. Frenchy Martin > Jack Brisco vs. Paul Jones (02) >
the Zodiac (01) vs. Derrell Cochran > Eddie Graham & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Norvel Austin & Sputnik Monroe / Notes: This was taped for
the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed Austin.

January 20, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Bob Armstrong versus Sputnik Monroe / Notes: It had been advertised that the first
rounds of a tournament to determine a new Georgia Heavyweight Champion would be held on this card, but aside from the bout between
Bob Armstrong and Sputnik Monroe, no other matches have been found. The title had been vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-
South Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972.

January 23, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Krusher Karlson versus the Champ > Pedro Godoy vs. Bobby Starr > Wayne Cowan & Juan Caruso versus Jesse James (02) &
Kubla Khan > Oki Shikina versus the Avenger (02) > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) and Ted Oates & Tommy Seigler . >
Dick Steinborn vs. Guillotine Gordon > Ray Candy & Bearcat Wilkerson vs. the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) >
No Disqualification Match: El Mongol vs. Ox Baker > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Assassin #2 (01)* versus Rock Hunter ended in a
no contest; Assassin #2 retained the title / Notes: Bill McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. Assassin #2 had been the
reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Roberto Soto on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta. Mongol participated in an
autograph session for fans. The program for this card is the first we have where Ann Gunkel has her own column, and she is billed as
Mrs. Ray Gunkel, and also signs off that way. The staff credits have changed since the last mention, with Tim Geohagen now being
referenced as Timekeeper. Sponsors listed are Sears, Rich’s, Jim Salle’s, Trust Company of Georgia, Ellner News Stand, and
Mother’s on the Strip. It was announced that Argentina Apollo would be wrestling in Atlanta on January 30, 1973. There was an article
in the program on Apollo, talking about his budding interest in painting, saying he hoped to retire from wrestling and make a career as an
artist.

January 23, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee
Welch and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs. Peggy Patterson > Jack Evans (02) vs. Pedro
Columbo > Bob Armstrong & Koa Tiki vs. Tank Morgan & Hiro Matsuda . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Time
Limit / No Disqualification): Eddie Graham & Mike Graham* vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe for the title / Notes: The Grahams
had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Monroes in a tournament final on December 29, 1972, in
Atlanta.

January 26, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Koa Tiki > Women’s Tag Team Match: Susan Green & Debbie Johnson vs. Toni Rose & Paula
Kaye > Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico vs. Bob Armstrong & Pat O’Brien (02) > Bill Watts vs. Tank Morgan > Eddie Graham & Mike
Graham vs. Butcher Brannigan & Bengali > the Zodiac (01) vs. Bill Dromo > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Sputnik
Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Freddie Blassie vs. Norvel Austin / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Austin. Upon the return of Mr. Wrestling
(01), now known as Wrestling #1, Crawford was noted as claiming that he believed him to be Tim Woods. Eddie Smith was credited as
being a referee for this card.

January 26, 1973 (Friday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Battle Royal: El Mongol (Winner) > the Avenger (02) vs. Guillotine Gordon > Kubla Khan vs. Buddy Roberts > Rock Hunter vs. Ted
Oates > Tommy Seigler vs. Jerry Brown . > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 (01) . > El Mongol vs. Ox
Baker / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

January 27, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Bearcat
Wilkerson vs. Bill Bowman > Ted Oates versus Juan Caruso > Ray Candy versus Joe Turner (02) / Notes: This was taped for the .
..All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

January 27, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Zodiac (01) vs. Bill Dromo > Eddie Graham vs. Bengali > Norvel Austin vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Johnny Eagle & Tank Morgan / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted
by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed Austin.

January 28, 1973 (Sunday) Notes: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published a story written by Phil Garner, who exposed much of the
behind-the-scenes events of the promotional war between Georgia Championship Wrestling and the All-South Wrestling Alliance.

January 30, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Jesse James (02) vs. Wayne Cowan > Ted Oates versus the Champ > Bobby Starr vs. Juan Caruso > Bearcat Wilkerson vs. Oki
Shikina > Pedro Godoy versus Kubla Khan > Randy Curtis & the Avenger (02) vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Tommy Seigler vs.
Krusher Karlson > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo* vs. Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon for the title
> Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Rock Hunter* vs. Assassin #2 (01) for the title > Ray
Candy vs. Goliath / Notes: Steinborn and Apollo had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Baker and
Skandor Akbar on October 20, 1972, in Atlanta, and although they earned recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship
Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized them as such when they agreed to move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. The origin of the
Georgia Brass Knucks Title is unclear to us at this time, and how Hunter came to be recognized as such. The last reference we have
shows Ray Gunkel being billed as such for Georgia Championship Wrestling at the time of his death on August 1, 1972, having gone
over Baker for the title on June 30, 1972. The Candy-Goliath match was billed as a “Battle of the Giants… Baker managed Goliath.
Curtis was being billed as the son of Jack Curtis. Bill McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. Seigler participated in an
autograph session for fans. It was announced that Gunkel was negotiating with Alfred Hayes for future dates in Atlanta. It was also
announced that Randy Curtis would be wrestling in Atlanta on February 6, 1973. The program for this card featured a piece on Karlson,
noting he had served in World War II, was a versatile linguist of eight different languages, and had also become an actor, having
appeared in multiple films and TV series, adding that he planned to transition toward acting more in the future.

January 30, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Pantera Negra vs. Jimmy Valentine > Derrell Cochran vs. Pedro Columbo > Johnny Eagle and Butcher Brannigan . at 15:
00 > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Tank Morgan & Hiro Matsuda two falls to one > Texas Death Match: Eddie Graham vs. Sputnik
Monroe

January 31, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > El Sicodelico vs. Treach Phillips > Pat O’Brien (02) vs. Jack Evans (02) > the Zodiac (01) vs. Johnny
Eagle > Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates vs. Butcher Brannigan & Tank Morgan > Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs. Pantera Negra & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > Koa Tiki vs. Norvel Austin . > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match (No Time Limit / Disqualification
Rule Waived): Bob Armstrong vs. Hiro Matsuda* for the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Austin. Austin took exception to
Crawford interfering in the match against Tiki, and they almost came to blows. Matsuda had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Armstrong on January 17, 1973, in Columbus.

February 2, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Johnny Eagle versus Tank Morgan > Pat O’Brien (02) & Bob Orton, Jr. & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jack Evans (02) &
Butcher Brannigan & Bengali > Women’s Match: Lilly Thomas versus Donna Christianello > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) versus Pantera
Negra & El Sicodelico > Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe . > Bill Dromo vs. Hans
Schmidt > Bobby Shane vs. Koa Tiki > the Zodiac (01) vs. Eddie Graham > Handicap Tag Team Match: Bill Watts & Freddie Blassie
over Jack Crawford & Norvel Austin & Tarzan Tyler / Notes: Yokuchi and Fuji were being billed as North American Tag Team Champions.
The origin of the North American Tag Team Title is unclear to us at this time. J.C. Dykes managed Yokuchi and Fuji. Crawford managed
Austin and Tyler. Following the match between Austin/Tyler-Watts/Blassie, Crawford and Austin had words in the middle of the ring.
Tempers flared, and Crawford slapped Austin, before Tyler helped calm matters and the trio returned to the dressing room. Beauregard
escorted Shane to the ring. It was announced that Gene Kiniski would be wrestling in Atlanta on February 9, 1973, and that Dory Funk, Jr.,
would be in Atlanta soon.

February 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Pedro Godoy
versus Jesse James (02) > Dick Steinborn and Tommy Seigler . > the Champ vs. Bobby Starr / Notes: This was taped for
the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

February 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs. Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico > Bill Dromo vs. Tank Morgan > Handicap Match: Tarzan Tyler
over Jim McKinney & Pedro Columbo / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program
hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed Austin and Tyler. The match between Tyler-McKinney/Columbo match was initially a tag
team match that included Austin teaming with Tyler. However, Austin refused to enter the ring, and Crawford slapped him. Once the
mayhem had calmed, Austin returned to join Capral, ripping up the management contract between them.

February 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Sputnik Monroe vs. Jerry Oates to advance; and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus the
Zodiac (01) . / Notes: These were the semi-finals of a sixteen-man ongoing tournament to determine a new
champion for the vacant Georgia Heavyweight Title. The title had been vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-South Wrestling Alliance
on November 24, 1972. The Wrestling #2-Zodiac match first had Wrestling #2 being declared the winner, and then Zodiac, only to be
ended . later. During the match, both men collided with referee Eddie Smith, knocking him unconscious to the mat. Backup
referee Billy Hines ran to the ring, and as he entered, Wrestling #2 was covering Zodiac while Hines counted the pinfall. As Hines was
holding Wrestling #2’s hand in the air, Zodiac rushed him from behind with a surprise attack. Smith began to come out of his daze
and saw Zodiac covering Wrestling #2, and counted the pinfall for Zodiac. Fans left the arena without having a clear picture as to who
actually won the match. A rematch was later advertised, and took place on February 10, 1973.

February 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Pedro Godoy versus the Champ > Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates > Krusher Karlson versus the Avenger (02) > Juan Caruso versus
Jesse James (02) > Randy Curtis vs. Oki Shikina > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) and Bearcat Wilkerson & Kubla Khan .
> Dick Steinborn vs. Rock Hunter . > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Tommy Seigler > Ray Candy & Argentina Apollo & El
Mongol vs. Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath / Notes: Baker managed Goliath. Candy participated in an autograph session for
fans. Charlie Smith and Tom Renesto were credited as being referees for this card. There was a feature on Baker in the program for this
card, done in a Q&A format. It was announced that Jack Armstrong would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

February 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pat
O’Brien (02) vs. Jerry Valentine > Butcher Brannigan vs. Pantera Negra > Rocket Monroe vs. Johnny Eagle > Women’s World
Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Debbie Johnson for the title > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Derrell Cochran & Koa Tiki >
Bob Armstrong & Leon Ogle vs. Norvel Austin & Tank Morgan > Bill Dromo vs. Hiro Matsuda > Battle Royal: Bill Dromo and Hiro
Matsuda (Co-Winners); Armstrong, Austin, Brannigan, Cochran, Eagle, Fuji (02), Monroe, Morgan, Negra, O’Brien (02), Ogle, Tiki,
Yokuchi, Jack Evans (02), and the Valentines also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. J.C. Dykes
managed Yokuchi and Fuji. Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September
18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. It was announced that a tournament for the Macon Tag Team Title would be held soon, with $2,000 going to
the winning team. The title had been vacant since Tommy Seigler and Argentina Apollo defected to the All-South Wrestling Alliance in
November 1972. It was also announced that Tarzan Tyler would be wrestling in Macon on February 13, 1973.

February 7, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Jack Evans (02) > Johnny Eagle versus Treach Phillips > El Sicodelico versus the
Zodiac (01) > Bill Dromo & Pantera Negra versus Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler versus Norvel Austin & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* versus Gene Kiniski / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C.
Dykes managed Yokuchi and Fuji. Armstrong had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Hiro Matsuda
on January 31, 1973, in Columbus. It was announced that Billy Spears and Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Columbus soon.

February 9, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tank Morgan vs. Koa Tiki > Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico vs. Jack Evans (02) & Treach Phillips > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Butcher Brannigan > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Pat O’Brien (02) & Bob Orton, Jr. > Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs.
Bob Armstrong & Johnny Eagle > Bill Watts & Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin vs. Bobby Shane & Tom Jones (02) & Tarzan Tyler > Texas
Death Match: the Zodiac (01) vs. Bill Dromo > No Time Limit Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Gene Kiniski / Notes: The Kiniski-Wrestling #1
match was to determine the challenger to face the NWA World Heavyweight Champion on February 16, 1973. Jack Crawford managed
Tyler and Jones. J.C. Dykes managed Yokuchi and Fuji. Beauregard escorted Shane to the ring.

February 9, 1973 (Friday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Tracy Rivers vs. Bob Hall . > Tim Geohagen vs. Jim Ledford > Bobby Starr and the Champ . > the
Avenger (02) vs. Juan Caruso > Randy Curtis vs. Oki Shikina > Tommy Seigler versus Rock Hunter . > El Mongol
over Assassin #2 (01) . / Notes: It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

February 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Wayne
Cowan versus Tracy Rivers > Rock Hunter versus Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship
Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

February 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jones joined Solie
to announce that a rematch had been scheduled for the Georgia Heavyweight Title tournament later that night in Griffin, as a result of the
ending of the match Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)-Zodiac (01) match from February 3, 1973. He said that after the events of that night, he had
conferred with Sam Muchnick, and both agreed the only real solution to clear up the situation was a rematch. The title had been vacant
since Roberto Soto left for the All-South Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972.

February 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Zodiac (01) by judge’s decision to advance /
Notes: This was a rematch from February 3, 1973. For the Wrestling #2-Zodiac match, ring announcer Jim Bell had chosen two fans
before the match who, in the event of a time limit draw, would vote for the winner, with Bell being the tiebreaker if necessary. As time
expired and neither man had won, both fans selected Wrestling #2. The title had been vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-South
Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972.

February 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Pedro Godoy versus Jesse James (02) > Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates > Oki Shikina versus Kubla Khan > Bobby Starr versus the
Champ > Randy Curtis versus Krusher Karlson > Juan Caruso versus the Avenger (02) > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) and Dick
Steinborn & Argentina Apollo . at 15:00 > Tommy Seigler vs. Guillotine Gordon > Bob Ellis & El Mongol vs. Rock Hunter &
Assassin #2 (01) > Ray Candy vs. Ox Baker / Notes: Tom Renesto was the special referee for the Candy-Baker match. The match
ended in controversy, with Baker claiming Bearcat Wilkerson interfered, costing him the match, but Renesto cited interference by Gordon
and Goliath. Bill McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. Wilkerson participated in an autograph session for fans. Hunter
managed Assassin #2. Gunkel’s column in the program for this card noted that “All-South Championship Wrestling.. was
popular in Georgia and North Carolina, and would soon also be airing in markets in Florida, Oklahoma, and Washington. The program
featured a piece on Bowman and Turner. It was announced that Ali Ben Kar would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

February 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Johnny Eagle and the Zodiac (01) . > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Pat O’Brien (02) & Koa Tiki > Women’s Tag
Team Match: Susan Green & Jan Sheridan vs. Toni Rose & the Fabulous Moolah > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Butcher
Brannigan & Tank Morgan > Bill Dromo vs. Hiro Matsuda / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed Yokuchi and Fuji. It had been announced on
February 6, 1973, that Tarzan Tyler would be wrestling on this card, but there was no mention in reports following the card.

February 16, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Susan Green versus Toni Rose > Terry Lathan versus Koa Tiki > Johnny Eagle & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Jack Evans (02) & Tank Morgan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Eddie Graham & Mike Graham* vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket
Monroe for the title > Jerry Oates vs. the Zodiac (01) . > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji
(02) > Norvel Austin & Bobo Brazil vs. Tarzan Tyler & Arman Hussein > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* versus Mr.
Wrestling #1 ended in a no contest; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: The Grahams had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. the Monroes in a tournament final on December 29, 1972, in Atlanta. The Funk, Jr.-Wrestling #1 match
was stopped when a piece of the turnbuckle popped loose and hit the latter in the shoulder, knocking him from the ring and
unconscious. He was rushed to the hospital and later released. Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion
since he went vs. Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Jack Crawford managed Tyler and Hussein. J.C. Dykes managed
Yokuchi and Fuji. It was announced that Sputnik Monroe would wrestle Wrestling #2 soon to determine a new Georgia Heavyweight
Champion. The title had been vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-South Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972.

February 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Avenger
(02) vs. Krusher Karlson > Georgia Television Title Match: Ox Baker* versus Dick Steinborn / Notes: This was taped for the “All-
South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Baker had been the reigning Georgia Television
Champion since he went vs. Steinborn on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta.

February 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Jim McKinney & Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Oates vs. Jack Evans (02) >
Norvel Austin & Bobo Brazil vs. Tank Morgan & the Destroyer (03) > Sputnik Monroe versus Johnny Eagle > Tarzan Tyler & Arman
Hussein vs. Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico > Bob Armstrong versus Rocket Monroe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. The Zodiac (01) joined Solie to claim he had been robbed in
the Georgia Heavyweight Title tournament because the fans who acted as judges were biased in their decision. The title had been
vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-South Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972. Jack Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos, and announced to Capral that he had allowed Chati Yokuchi and Fuji (02) to cancel their management contract.

February 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Juan Caruso versus Jesse James (02) > Ted Oates versus the Champ > Tommy Seigler versus Oki Shikina > Pedro Godoy versus
Kubla Khan > Ray Candy & Bearcat Wilkerson versus Wayne Cowan & Krusher Karlson > Randy Curtis versus Guillotine Gordon >
WWWA Women’s Title Match: Marie Vagnone* versus Valerie Griffith > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Steinborn & Argentina
Apollo* versus Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Bob Ellis & Ernie Ladd & El Mongol vs. Rock Hunter & Ox Baker & Assassin #2 (01) /
Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. It is unclear as to the origin of the WWWA Women’s Title, and how Vagnone came to be
recognized as such. Steinborn and Apollo had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Baker and
Skandor Akbar on October 20, 1972, in Atlanta, and although they earned recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship
Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized them as such when they agreed to move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Curtis participated
in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that a card would be held at the Lakewood Fairgrounds on February 27, 1973, noting
free parking for 2,000 cars. It was also announced that Jock Cameron would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The program for this card
featured a piece on Ellis, noting that he spent his time outside the ring visiting children’s hospitals and senior citizen homes and
entertaining them with his horse named “Rassler…

February 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Koa
Tiki vs. Jack Evans (02) > Norvel Austin vs. Butcher Brannigan > Women’s Battle Royal: Vicky Williams (Winner); Donna
Christianello, Dottie Downs, Joyce Grable (02), Susan Green, Debbie Johnson, Paula Kaye, Toni Rose, and Lilly Thomas also
participated > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* versus Vicky Williams ended in a no contest; Moolah retained the
title > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Eddie Graham vs. Tank Morgan & Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) / Notes: The battle royal was to
determine the challenger for the match against Moolah. Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs.
Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD.

February 23, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tank Morgan vs. Pat O’Brien (02) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Pantera
Negra & El Sicodelico > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Fuji (02) > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe by
disqualification > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Hans Schmidt > Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin & Bobo Brazil vs. Bobby Cash & Tarzan Tyler &
Arman Hussein / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler, Cash, and Hussein. Cash and Hussein walked out on Tyler and Crawford in the
middle of the match against Oates, Austin, and Brazil. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

February 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Avenger
(02) vs. Juan Caruso > Rock Hunter versus El Mongol > Tim Geohagen versus Guillotine Gordon / Notes: This was taped for the .
..All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

February 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Sputnik Monroe vs. Pat O’Brien (02) > Bobby Cash & Norvel Austin & Arman Hussein vs. Jack Evans (02) & Butcher Brannigan &
the Destroyer (03) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rocket Monroe > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs.
Pantera Negra & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by
Gordon Solie. Cash and Hussein joined Solie to announce they had severed ties with Jack Crawford. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

February 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus Kubla Khan > Randy Curtis versus Krusher Karlson > Tommy Seigler versus the Avenger (02) > Bill Bowman &
Joe Turner (02) versus Ray Candy & Bearcat Wilkerson > Guillotine Gordon versus El Mongol > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo versus
Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > WWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Ellis* versus Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin
#2. Although not recognized at this time by the World Wrestling Association’s Indianapolis, IN, office, Ellis was working with the
ASWA and being recognized as WWA World Heavyweight Champion. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

February 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Vicky Williams for the title > Macon Tag Team Title One-Night
Tournament: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) (Winners) for the title; Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates,
Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02), Bill Dromo & Koa Tiki, Tank Morgan & Tarzan Tyler, Victor Rivera & El Sicodelico, Jack Evans (02) & the
Destroyer (03), Arman Hussein & Pantera Negra, Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe, Jerry Valentine & Butcher Brannigan, Pat O’Brien
(02) & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), and Norvel Austin & Bob Orton, Jr., also participated / Notes: Moolah had been billed as Women’s World
Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the
tournament, with the exception of the fact the Infernos won the title. The title had been declared vacant on November 28, 1972, following
the defection to the All-South Wrestling Alliance of then champions Tommy Seigler and Argentina Apollo. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. Jack Crawford managed Tyler.

March 1, 1973 (Thursday) – Augusta, GA – Armory (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > L.D. Lewis
versus Butcher Brannigan > Pat O’Brien (02) versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Bill Dromo & El Sicodelico versus Sputnik Monroe & Rocket
Monroe > Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bobby Shane
versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Tarzan Tyler versus Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. Beauregard escorted Shane to the ring.

March 2, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat O’Brien (02) and El Sicodelico . > L.D. Lewis vs. Jack Evans (02) > Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein
over Tank Morgan & Butcher Brannigan > Round Robin Tag Team Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong and Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Tarzan Tyler vs. Norvel Austin > Bill Watts vs. the Zodiac (01) by
disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Sputnik Monroe for the title / Notes: If Austin had gone
over Tyler or at least gone the time limit of twenty minutes, he would have received a match against Jack Crawford immediately afterward.
Crawford managed Tyler. The Watts-Zodiac match had been built up for weeks, with Gordon Solie claiming long winning streaks for both
men, with most emphasis being on a “five year undefeated streak.. for Watts. Zodiac was initially declared the winner, but it was
learned immediately following the match that he had loaded a weapon into his mask, which he had used to head butt Watts for the finish.
The decision was reversed as Zodiac was disqualified. The Wrestling #2-Monroe match was the final match of an ongoing tournament
that had taken place vs. several weeks in Griffin. It is unclear as to some of the dates, matches, and entrants, but it is known that Zodiac
and Jerry Oates were included, losing in the semi-final rounds. The title had been vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-South
Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card.
Chris Casey began writing columns that debuted in the program for this card. It was announced that Bobby Shane would be wrestling in
Atlanta on March 9, 1973.

March 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Handicap Match:
Ray Candy & Tommy Seigler vs. Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath > Wayne Cowan versus the Champ / Notes: This was taped for
the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Baker managed Goliath.

March 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash & Arman Hussein vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Norvel Austin vs. Jack Evans (02) > Bill Watts vs. the Destroyer (03) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Pat O’Brien (02) & L.D. Lewis / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Solie announced that a unanimous party from
Texas had issued a random bounty of $1,000 to any wrestler who could remove a masked wrestler’s hood in an effort to rid wrestling
of all masked wrestlers. J.C. Dykes joined Solie to announce that he had also added the Zodiac (01) to his stable that already included
the Infernos.

March 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Tommy Seigler & Ron Pritchard vs. Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > Dick Steinborn versus Ali Ben Kar > Rock Hunter versus Argentina
Apollo > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy vs. Assassin #2 (01)* . ; Candy retained the title > Handicap
Match: Ernie Ladd & Bob Ellis vs. Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath / Notes: El Mongol was the special referee for the Ladd/Ellis-
Baker/Gordon/Goliath match. During the match, Ladd removed the mask of Goliath, but Baker was able to cover his face with a shirt
before his identity could be revealed. Baker managed Goliath. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Assassin #2 had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Roberto Soto on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta. Tim Geohagen was credited as being a
referee for this card. Ellis participated in an autograph session for fans. The program for this card featured a piece on Randy Curtis.

March 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., and Tank Morgan . > Jack Evans (02) vs. Pat O’Brien (02) > Midget Match: the Haiti Kid vs. Little Bruiser >
Leon Ogle & Koa Tiki vs. Tarzan Tyler & the Destroyer (03) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Eddie Graham vs. the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* . ; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: Jack Crawford
managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a
tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

March 9, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat O’Brien (02) & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Rick Conrad & Butcher Brannigan > Tank Morgan vs. L.D. Lewis > Man Mountain
Mike vs. Jack Evans (02) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Jerry Oates & Scott Casey > Sputnik
Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs. Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Lou Thesz vs. Bobby Shane & Chati
Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Bobo Brazil vs. Tarzan Tyler > Bobo Brazil vs. Jack Crawford . > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. the Zodiac
(01) / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. The Brazil-Tyler match had a stipulation that if Brazil could win or last for the twenty-minute time
limit, he would receive a match against Crawford immediately afterward. During the Brazil-Crawford match, Crawford threw an
unidentified powder thrown into the face of Brazil, burning his eyes, bringing the match to an abrupt end. The winner of the Wrestling #1-
Zodiac match was to receive a match against Dory Funk, Jr., for the NWA World Heavyweight Title on March 16, 1973. During the match,
Zodiac removed Wrestling #1’s mask, but his head was quickly covered by ringside fans who threw coats vs. him as he returned to
the dressing room, keeping his hidden identity intact. J.C. Dykes managed Zodiac and the Infernos. Beauregard escorted Shane to the
ring. The program for this card was the first to mention the actual business name of Mid-South Sports, Inc. It credited ring announcer Jim
Bell as being the editor for the programs, Chris Casey as a columnist, and photographers Bill Evans (02) and Chuck Lawhorn were also
mentioned.

March 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Rock Hunter
versus Argentina Apollo / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed
Capral.

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March 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. L.D. Lewis & Pantera Negra > the Zodiac (01) vs. Scott Casey > Lou
Thesz vs. Fuji (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rocket Monroe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed Zodiac and the Infernos. Thesz performed a demonstration of
wrestling holds with Jerry Oates, Jack Evans (02), and Butcher Brannigan.

March 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Oki Shikina versus Kubla Khan > Randy Curtis versus Krusher Karlson > Bill Bowman versus Tommy Seigler > Bearcat Wilkerson
versus Guillotine Gordon > Joe Turner (02) versus Ron Pritchard > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo versus Jack Armstrong & Rock
Hunter > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy vs. Assassin #2 (01)* for the title > Ernie Ladd vs. Ox Baker / Notes: El
Mongol was the special referee for the Ladd-Baker match. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Roberto Soto on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta. The program for this card featured a piece on
Tracy Rivers, noting that he had once been a pitcher in the New York Mets farm system. Apollo participated in an autograph session for
fans.

March 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Norvel Austin vs. Jack Evans (02) > Tank Morgan vs. El Sicodelico > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Donna Christianello >
Leon Ogle & Jim Wilson vs. Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler > Bill Dromo versus the Destroyer (03) > Macon Tag Team Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived): the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* vs. Bob Armstrong & Eddie Graham
to retain the title / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

March 15, 1973 (Thursday) – Augusta, GA – Armory (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tank
Morgan versus Koa Tiki > Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe versus Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico > Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin &
Arman
Hussein versus Tarzan Tyler & Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Lou Thesz versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler.

March 16, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Conrad & Butcher Brannigan versus Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico > Jerry Oates & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Sputnik
Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Bill Dromo versus Tarzan Tyler > Bob Armstrong & Norvel Austin versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Lou Thesz vs. Bobby Shane > Georgia Heavyweight Title (Loser Must Unmask) Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. the Zodiac (01) for the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler. Beauregard escorted Shane to the ring. J.
C. Dykes managed Zodiac and the Infernos. As part of the stipulation, Zodiac was forced to unmask following the match against
Wrestling #2, and was identified as Bob Orton, Sr. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta. Mr. Wrestling #1 had gone vs. Zodiac on March 9, 1973, for the
right to face NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr., in a title match on this card. However, it was reported that the champion
and his father, Dory Funk, Sr., had been in an accident earlier in the week, when their pickup truck overturned on their ranch in Amarillo,
TX, causing injuries that would prevent him from meeting the commitment. It was explained in the program for this card that Wrestling #1
had agreed to meet the winner of the Thesz-Shane match, whereas the winner of that match would get the match against Funk. It was
announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling on the card on March 23, 1973, and also that Haystacks Calhoun and Man Mountain Mike
would appear in a battle royal on that card.

March 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler
& Ron Pritchard vs. Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > Handicap Match: Ernie Ladd & Bob Ellis vs. Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath
> Randy Curtis vs. Pedro Godoy / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted
by Ed Capral. Baker managed Goliath.

March 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mr.
Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Tank Morgan & Butcher Brannigan > Norvel Austin vs. Treach Phillips > Bobby Cash & Jerry
Oates & Arman Hussein and Tarzan Tyler & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed
Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

March 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ray Candy & Tommy Seigler versus Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Ron Pritchard versus Guillotine Gordon > Jack Armstrong versus
El Mongol > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) vs. Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo* for the title >
Texas Death Match: Ernie Ladd vs. Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. Steinborn and Apollo had been the reigning
Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Baker and Skandor Akbar on October 20, 1972, in Atlanta, and although they earned
recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized them as such when they agreed to
move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as being referees for this card.

March 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Jack Evans (02) > the Destroyer (03) vs. Pantera Negra > Norvel Austin vs. Treach Phillips > Bill Dromo vs. Frank Morrell
> Leon Ogle vs. Jack Crawford > Leon Ogle versus Tarzan Tyler > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs.
the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* . ; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: Crawford
managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a
tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

March 23, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Butcher Brannigan > Women’s Match: Susan Green versus Peggy Patterson > Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) versus Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe . > Eddie Graham & Jim Wilson vs. Chati Yokuchi &
Fuji (02) > Bobby Cash & Jerry Oates & Bobo Brazil & Norvel Austin vs. Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler & the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Battle Royal: Bill Watts and Haystacks Calhoun (Co-Winners) > Lou Thesz vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 /
Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $5,000, and the
co-winners opted to split the purse. The winner of the Thesz-Wrestling #1 match was to earn a title match against NWA World
Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. It was reported that Arman Hussein had been injured during a match earlier in the week, but no
details were provided. It was announced that Sweet Daddy Siki would be wrestling on the card on March 30, 1973, and that a tournament
would begin on that card for a red 1973 Cadillac from Don Hyatt Cadillac in Marietta, GA. The program for this card reminds fans to watch
“Georgia Championship Wrestling.. in Augusta on WRDW Channel 12 on Saturdays at 2:00 PM, in Savannah on WJCL Channel
22 on Saturdays at 2:30 PM and, also in Savannah, on WTDC Channel 11 on Saturdays at 11:00 PM.

March 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Bearcat
Wilkerson vs. Juan Caruso > Dick Steinborn and Jack Armstrong . > Ted Oates vs. the Champ / Notes: This was taped
for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

March 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tarzan Tyler vs. Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Norvel Austin vs. Treach
Phillips > Roy Lee Welch & Pantera Negra and the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed
Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

March 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ted Oates and Wayne Cowan . > Tommy Seigler vs. Guillotine Gordon > Argentina Apollo vs. Jack Armstrong > Georgia
Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* . ; Hunter & Assassin #2 retained
the title > Texas Strap Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Ernie Ladd vs. Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2.
Hunter and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Apollo and Dick Steinborn on March
20, 1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as being referees for this card. Smith participated in an autograph
session for fans. The program for this card featured a piece on Pedro Godoy.

March 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sweet
Daddy Siki vs. Butcher Brannigan > Bobby Cash & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Jerry Oates & Bill Watts vs.
Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(01)) . > Norvel Austin & Leon Ogle vs. Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler . / Notes: Crawford
managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

March 28, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Jack Evans (02) > Sweet Daddy Siki vs. the Demon (02) > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs.
Donna Christianello > Jerry Oates & Jim Wilson and Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Sputnik Monroe for the title > Bob Armstrong & Norvel Austin vs. Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler on a reverse
decision > Boxing Match: Bill Dromo vs. Rocket Monroe / Notes: The Armstrong/Austin-Crawford/Tyler match ended when Crawford
pinned Austin after Tyler gave him an illegal karate chop to the throat that was not seen by referee Leon Ogle, but Ogle quickly reversed
his decision when Crawford and Tyler attacked Armstrong, who had no help while Austin was knocked out temporarily. Wrestling #2 had
been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta.

March 30, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cadillac Tournament: Bobby Cash vs. Butcher Brannigan to advance; and Bob Armstrong vs. the Demon (02) to advance
> Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe vs. Roy Lee Welch & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Eddie Graham & Jim Wilson > Handicap Tag Team Match: Bill Watts & Norvel Austin versus Jack Crawford & Tarzan
Tyler & Sweet Daddy Siki . > Lou Thesz vs. Bobby Shane / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed
the Infernos. It was announced that there would now be two big cards in Atlanta each week, the staple Friday night cards, and now on
Tuesdays, beginning April 3, 1973. It was announced that Shane would wrestle Bob Orton, Sr., in a Texas Death Match that night, and
that one of the Cadillac tournament matches that evening would included Sputnik Monroe versus Wrestling #2. Winston escorted Shane
to the ring.

March 31, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Assassin #2 (01) . for the title > Argentina Apollo vs. Rock Hunter /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in
Atlanta.

March 31, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bobby Cash & Sweet Daddy Siki > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Demon
(02) > Bill Watts vs. Butcher Brannigan > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) and Pantera Negra . / Notes: This was taped for the .
..Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Dykes joined
Solie and claimed Georgia Tag Team Champions Eddie Graham and Mike Graham were dodging challenges from the Infernos. The
Grahams had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Sputnik Monroe and Rocket Monroe in a
tournament final on December 29, 1972, in Atlanta. Eddie later joined Solie to rebuff the notion, saying that because Mike and Kevin
Sullivan were currently the Florida Tag Team Champions, his schedule conflicted with the Infernos for open dates, adding that as soon
as the opportunity presented itself, the Grahams would be glad to put the title up against Dykes’ Infernos. Graham and Sullivan had
been the reigning Florida Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Bobby Shane and Gorgeous George, Jr., on February 20, 1973, in
Tampa, FL.

April 3, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Tag Team Match: Joyce Grable (02) & Tippi Wells versus Peggy Patterson & Dottie Downs > Cadillac
Tournament: Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Ben Justice to advance; Bobby Hart and Jim Wilson . to advance; Butcher Brannigan vs.
Lorenzo Parente to advance; and Sputnik Monroe and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > Texas Death Match: Bobby Shane versus
Bob Orton, Sr. / Notes: Brannigan substituted for Bill Watts in the match against Parente. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

April 3, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Guillotine Gordon versus Kubla Khan > Wayne Cowan versus Bearcat Wilkerson > Krusher Karlson versus Koa Tiki > Randy Curtis
versus Bill Bowman > Dick Steinborn versus Tommy Seigler > Ron Pritchard versus Joe Turner (02) > Ray Candy & Ernie Ladd &
Argentina Apollo & El Mongol versus Jack Armstrong & Rock Hunter & Ox Baker & Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin
#2. Tiki participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that wrestling a card would be held at the Lakewood
Fairgrounds on April 10, 1973. The program for this card featured a piece, titled “How Wrestlers Keep in Shape… Gunkel’s
column in the program noted that they were still taping matches at various shows around the state for their televised “All-South
Championship Wrestling.. program, specifically mentioning that matches from a card during the week in Savannah had been taped.

April 3, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack Evans
(02) vs. Pantera Negra > Jerry Oates vs. the Destroyer (03) > Bill Watts vs. Rocket Monroe > Boxing Match: Leon Ogle vs. Jack
Crawford by knockout > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong & Sweet Daddy Siki vs. Tarzan Tyler & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

April 4, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jack Evans (02) versus Ken Haugland > Rocket Monroe versus Sweet Daddy Siki > Bill Watts versus Butcher Brannigan >
Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Fence Match (No Time
Limit): Jack Crawford versus Norvel Austin > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* versus Tarzan Tyler / Notes: J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. Crawford managed Tyler. It was advertised that no managers or seconds would be allowed during the Armstrong-
Tyler match. Armstrong had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Hiro Matsuda on January 31, 1973,
in Columbus.

April 5, 1973 (Thursday) – Augusta, GA – Armory (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Butcher
Brannigan versus Pantera Negra > Bill Dromo versus Rocket Monroe > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus
Super Inferno #2 (01) > Bobby Shane & Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler versus Bobby Cash & Norvel Austin & Sweet Daddy Siki / Notes: J.
C. Dykes managed Inferno #2. Crawford managed Tyler. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta.

April 6, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Jim Wilson versus Jack Evans (02) > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello versus Joyce Grable (02) > Cadillac Tournament:
Sputnik Monroe vs. Bearcat Brown to advance; and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rocket Monroe > Bobby Shane versus Bob Orton, Jr. >
Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bill Watts versus Tarzan Tyler /
Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Jack Crawford was handcuffed to Norvel Austin during the Watts-Tyler match. Crawford
managed Tyler. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. It was announced that Dr. Blood would be wrestling on the card on April 13, 1973.

April 7, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Cadillac
Tournament: Sputnik Monroe vs. Jerry Oates to advance / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling..
television program hosted by Gordon Solie.

April 10, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Battle
Royal: Ray Candy (Winner); Argentina Apollo, Jack Armstrong, Assassin #2 (01), Ox Baker, Bill Bowman, Randy Curtis, Guillotine Gordon,
Rock Hunter, El Mongol, Koa Tiki, Tommy Seigler, Oki Shikina, Dick Steinborn, Joe Turner (02), and Bearcat Wilkerson also participated /
Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,000. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen
were credited as being referees for this card.

April 10, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s One-Night Tournament: Lilly Thomas (Winner); Tippi Wells, Jan Sheridan, Dottie Downs, and Peggy
Patterson also participated > Terry Garvin & Duke Myers versus Norvel Austin & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Cadillac Tournament: Jack
Donovan and Roy Lee Welch went to a draw; Eddie Graham vs. Killer Kowalski to advance; and Jack Brisco vs. Butcher Vachon to
advance / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings of the women’s tournament, which was to determine the challenger to wrestle the
Women’s World Champion on April 20, 1973.

April 10, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates
and Rocket Monroe . > Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) vs. Norvel Austin & Bob Orton, Jr. > Bobby Cash vs. Butcher Brannigan >
Bill Watts vs. Tarzan Tyler > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* vs. Bill
Dromo & Bob Armstrong for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Sputnik Monroe for the title
/ Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team
Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta.

April 12, 1973 (Thursday) – Athens, GA – J&J Center (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Evans (02) versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Bill Dromo versus Butcher Brannigan > Bobby Cash & Roy Lee Welch versus Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02)
> Bill Watts & Bob Armstrong versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Rocket Monroe versus Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > Norvel Austin versus Tarzan Tyler / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Jack Crawford managed Tyler.

April 13, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Dr. Blood vs. Bearcat Brown > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) > Eddie Graham & Mike Graham vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Cage Match: Norvel Austin vs. Jack Crawford >
Cadillac Tournament: Bill Dromo vs. Tank Morgan to advance; and Bill Watts vs. Tarzan Tyler to advance / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed
the Infernos. Crawford managed Tyler. Following the Watts-Tyler match, Watts brutally attacked Crawford, reportedly requiring several
stitches to close a gash on his head.

April 14, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Jack Armstrong
versus Ernie Ladd > Ray Candy vs. Assassin #2 (01) > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) vs. Ted Oates & the Avenger (02) / Notes: This
was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and
Turner. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2.

April 14, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dr.
Blood vs. Butcher Brannigan > Norvel Austin vs. Fuji (02) > Bill Dromo vs. Rocket Monroe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Solie reported that an unnamed person from Texas had placed
a $1,000 bounty for the mask of any of the top masked wrestlers in Georgia, and that he was flying Judo Joe in to wrestle Mr. Wrestling #1
on April 17, 1973. Bill Watts joined Solie, saying he had a good idea of the true identity of Dr. Blood.

April 17, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch versus the Demon (02) > Cadillac Tournament: Eddie Graham versus Tank Morgan > Bobby Cash & Norvel
Austin versus Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Judo Jacket Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Judo Joe > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Bobby Shane / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta. It was reported that Judo
Joe was flown in by an unnamed Texan offering $1,000 for the mask of any top masked wrestler in Georgia. It was announced that Jones
had been negotiating with Texas Heavyweight Champion Bobby Duncum to compete in the Cadillac tournament, but had been snubbed
during the process. It is unclear as to whether Duncum really held recognition of any such title at this time. The Dallas, TX, office during
this time frame, according to sources, does show a gap in their reported title histories around this period. Thus, we are left to only
speculate that he may have indeed been the recognized champion at the time of this card, rather than just being billed as such.

April 17, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Oki
Shikina versus Kubla Khan > Koa Tiki vs. Wayne Cowan > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) versus Tommy Seigler & El Mongol > Dick
Steinborn versus Argentina Apollo > Ray Candy & Randy Curtis vs. Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob
Ellis & Ron Pritchard vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* . ; Hunter & Assassin #2 retained the title / Notes: Mr. X (20)
managed Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Hunter and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Steinborn and Apollo on March 20, 1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as
being referees for this card. Candy participated in an autograph session for fans. The program we have for this card shows that Weldon
Johnson has replaced Tim Geohagen as Timekeeper. Some matches from this card were taped to be featured on their televised “All-
South Championship Wrestling.. program. It also featured a piece, credited to Norman Keitzer, titled “Why Does the U.S. Dominate
Pro Wrestling and Lose in the Amateurs…

April 17, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Choo-Choo
Lynn vs. Butcher Brannigan > Eddie Graham vs. Tank Morgan > Jack Evans (02) and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Jack Brisco &
Jerry Oates vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. the Super Infernos
(01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* . ; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: Bill Watts was the special
referee for the Dromo/Armstrong-Infernos match. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

April 20, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Lilly Thomas for the title > Norvel Austin & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Cadillac Tournament: Sputnik Monroe vs. Bob Orton, Jr., to
advance; Jack Brisco vs. Danny Miller to advance; Bill Watts vs. Dr. Blood to advance; and Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Bobby Shane to
advance / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Moolah had been billed as Women’s World
Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. The program for this card noted that Bobby
Duncum, although previously reported as turning down Jones’ offers to enter the Cadillac tournament, did express interest in the
$1,000 bounty placed by an unnamed Texan for the mask of any top masked wrestler in Georgia. It reported he knew who the Texan was,
and would be glad to come and collect. Following the Watts-Blood match, Watts removed Blood’s mask to reveal his identity as Dale
Lewis. It also featured a brief feature titled “Whatever Happened to the Famous Torres Brothers…, noting that Enrique had retired,
Alberto had died, and that Jones was currently negotiating to bring Ramon back to Georgia.

April 21, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) Notes: This was for
the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Tapes from the Atlanta card on April 17, 1973,
were shown.

April 21, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Watts & Jack Brisco vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Cadillac Tournament: Bob Armstrong vs. Fuji (02) to advance > the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bobby Cash & Roy Lee Welch > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Chati Yokuchi & Judo Joe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by
Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Watts joined Solie to inform him since he had unmasked Dr. Blood on April 20, 1973, he
was expecting $1,000 from the unnamed Texan offering the bounty. Solie announced the bounty had been increased to $5,000, and only
applied to the mask of Wrestling #1. Watts replied that if the $1,000 was collected, he would accept the $5,000 challenge, as he has no
respect for men who hide their identity.

April 24, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Black and Kubla Khan . > Bearcat Wilkerson vs. the Champ > Tommy Seigler & Koa Tiki vs. Krusher Karlson &
Guillotine Gordon > Randy Curtis vs. Oki Shikina > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Ron
Pritchard vs. Assassin #2 (01) > Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match: Rock Hunter* vs. Jack Armstrong for the title > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Ox Baker for the title / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Hunter had been billed as the reigning Georgia Brass Knucks Champion since January 30, 1973. Candy had been the
reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith and Tim
Geohagen were credited as being referees for this card. Khan participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that
Baron Von Raschke would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The program for this card featured a piece credited to Norman Keitzer, titled .
..Can You Believe What You Read in the Newspapers…

April 24, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tank
Morgan vs. Bobby Cash > Jerry Oates vs. Fuji (02) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Jack Evans (02) > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah
over Lilly Thomas > Leon Ogle vs. Rocket Monroe . > Bob Armstrong & Bill Watts vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes was handcuffed to Bill Dromo during the Armstrong/Watts-Infernos match. Dykes
managed the Infernos.

April 27, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo versus Rocket Monroe > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Butcher Brannigan > Norvel Austin & Tiger Conway, Jr., versus
Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Cadillac Tournament: Sputnik Monroe vs. Bobby Cash to advance; and Bob Armstrong vs. Judo Joe to
advance > Jerry Oates versus Tank Morgan > Ramon Torres vs. Bobby Shane . > Bill Watts & Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Texan & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. During the Watts/Wrestling #1/Wrestling #2-Texan/Infernos match, Wrestling #1 entered the ring and dropkicked Watts, forcing
him to fall on one of the Infernos for the pin. Wrestling #1 then tried to unmask the Texan, but Watts knocked him out of the way to finish
the job, revealing the Texan’s identity as Bobby Duncum, allowing Watts to claim another $1,000 bounty from the unnamed Texan
looking for the masks of top masked wrestlers in Georgia, who was also offering $5,000 for the mask of Wrestling #1. Winston escorted
Shane to the ring.

April 28, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted Oates and
Tracy Rivers . > Bob Ellis & Ron Pritchard & El Mongol versus Rock Hunter & Guillotine Gordon & Assassin #2 (01) / Notes:
This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed Assassin
#2.

April 28, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sputnik
Monroe vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Norvel Austin & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))
by disqualification > Jack Brisco vs. Danny Miller > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Bobby Shane . > Bill Watts vs. Dale Lewis /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Watts joined Solie to say he had collected the $2,000 for unmasking Dr.
Blood and the Texan, and now wanted to collect the $5,000 bounty for unmasking Wrestling #1. Wrestling #1 accepted the challenge, and
even offered to remove his mask if he lost the match, which was set for May 4, 1973.

May 1, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Black versus Koa Tiki > Randy Curtis vs. Wayne Cowan > Women’s Tag Team Match: Ann Smothers & Barbara Owens
versus Valerie Griffith & Natasha > Tommy Seigler versus Oki Shikina > Ron Pritchard versus Ox Baker > Dick Steinborn & Ray Candy &
Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) & Assassin #2 (01) > Texas Death Cage Match: Jack Armstrong versus Rock Hunter
/ Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed Assassin #2. During the Steinborn/Candy/Apollo-
Bowman/Turner/Assassin #2 match, Assassin #2 was unmasked, but Turner was able to cover his head before his identity could be
revealed. Tim Geohagen was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans. Listed as
a new sponsor in the program we have for this card is Music Mart at 575 Cherokee Road in Smyrna. The program also noted that
wrestling was held Mondays in Augusta at the William Bell Auditorium and in Columbus at the Columbus Municipal Auditorium;
Wednesdays in Butler at the Tucker County Girls School Gymnasium; Thursdays in Athens at the J&J Center and in Savannah at the
Savannah Civic Center; Fridays in Warner Robins at the Warner Robins Civic Center and Statesboro at the Statesboro Arena; and
Saturdays in Marietta at the North Georgia Fairgrounds, in Carrollton at the VFW Fairgrounds, and in Covington at the Newton County
Fairgrounds.

May 1, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tiger
Conway, Jr., vs. Jack Evans (02) > Bobby Duncum vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Midget Women’s Match: Darling Dagmar vs. Diamond Lil >
Leon Ogle & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rocket Monroe & Tank Morgan > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Bill Watts vs. J.C. Dykes & the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: Dykes managed the Infernos.

May 4, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo and Jerry Oates . > Bob Orton, Jr. vs. Jack Evans (02) > Norvel Austin & Tiger Conway, Jr., vs.
Greg Lake & Bill White > Cadillac Tournament: Bob Armstrong vs. the Demon (02) to advance > Bearcat Brown vs. Tank Morgan >
Ramon Torres vs. Bobby Duncum > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Sputnik Monroe & Rocket
Monroe > Georgia Heavyweight Title and Cadillac Tournament: Match: Bobby Shane vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* . to
advance; Wrestling #2 retained the title > Cadillac Tournament: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Bill Watts . to advance / Notes: The
Demon substituted for Bobby Heenan in the match against Armstrong. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. The Infernos-Monroes match was to determine challengers for a title match against Georgia Tag Team Champions Eddie
Graham and Mike Graham, to take place on May 11, 1973. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta. Watts was disqualified by referee Leo Garibaldi in his match
against Wrestling #1 for unmasking him during the match. Watts would later argue the point, saying it was accidental and that Garibaldi
should have disqualified Wrestling #1 due to outside interference from Wrestling #2, but Garibaldi said he was simply trying to cover
Wrestling #1’s face after the fact. The program for this card had a feature on Duncum, who claimed he was not only the reigning
Texas Heavyweight Champion, but also the arm wrestling champion of the world. It is unclear as to whether Duncum really held
recognition of any such title at this time, as recognized by the Dallas, TX, office during this time frame, according to sources. At the first
mention we have of Duncum being billed as champion, sources do show a gap in their reported title histories around this period.
However, Blackjack Mulligan had gained recognition by the Dallas office on April 28, 1973, one week earlier than this program, but also
since the first mention of Duncum as champion. Thus, we are left to only speculate that he may have indeed been the recognized
champion at the time of the first mention on April 17, 1973, rather than just being billed as such. It also noted that Sam Muchnick had
been in Atlanta earlier in the week to award Jones as the 1973 NWA Promoter of the Year. It was announced that Jack Brisco would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon.

May 5, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Randy Curtis vs.
Wayne Cowan > Dick Steinborn & Ray Candy & Argentina Apollo vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) & Assassin #2 (01) > John Black
versus Koa Tiki / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Mr.
X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2.

May 5, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ramon
Torres & Bearcat Brown vs. Jack Evans (02) & the Saint > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rocket Monroe > Cadillac Tournament: Roy Lee
Welch vs. Sputnik Monroe . to advance > Jack Brisco vs. Greg Lake / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Bill Watts joined Solie to complain about his disqualification on
May 4, 1973, against Mr. Wrestling #1, and also pleading with the unnamed Texan offering $5,000 for the mask of Wrestling #1, despite
his identity still not having been revealed. Watts also issued a challenge to Wrestling #2 for his participation in the incident.

May 8, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted
Oates versus Jesse James (02) > John Black & Wayne Cowan versus Koa Tiki & Kubla Khan > Randy Curtis versus the Champ >
Tommy Seigler versus Bill Bowman > Joe Turner (02) versus Argentina Apollo > Bob Ellis & Ron Pritchard versus Jack Armstrong & Ox
Baker > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* versus Ernie Ladd & Ray Candy / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed
Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Hunter and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Apollo and Dick Steinborn on March 20, 1973, in Atlanta. Tim Geohagen was credited as being a referee for this
card. Curtis participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 8, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tiger
Conway, Jr., vs. the Demon (02) > Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Tank Morgan > Roy Lee Welch vs. Ed Wiskowski > Hair versus Hair Match
(No Time Limit): Leon Ogle vs. Jack Evans (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum > Macon Tag Team Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived): the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* vs. Bill Dromo & Bill Watts for
the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a
tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

May 9, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ed Wiskowski vs. the Demon (02) > Bill White and Tiger Conway, Jr., . > Women’s Match: Jan Sheridan
over Peggy Patterson > Billy Spears vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jack Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane & Bobby Duncum by
disqualification > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bob Armstrong & Bill Watts / Notes: J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. During the match between Armstrong/Watts-Infernos match, Watts attacked Wrestling #1. After he left the ring,
one of the Infernos pinned the badly beaten Armstrong. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

May 11, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Tank Morgan > Bill White & Ed Wiskowski versus Norvel Austin & Tiger Conway, Jr. > Jerry Oates versus
Bobby Duncum > Bob Armstrong & Roy Lee Welch versus Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Eddie Graham & Mike Graham* for the title > Cadillac Tournament:
Bobby Shane vs. Bill Dromo to advance; and Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Jack Brisco to advance > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts
over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. The Grahams
had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Monroes in a tournament final on December 29, 1972, in
Atlanta. The Watts-Wrestling #2 match ended when the referee called for the bell while Watts held Wrestling #2 in a Boston crab, trying
for a submission. Wrestling #1 came to the ring, pleading with Wrestling #2 to concede, but he simply refused. Although he never
submitted, a leg injury he suffered earlier in the match, added to the pain of the hold from Watts, the referee felt Wrestling #2 should not
be allowed to continue due to the obvious pain. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta. It was announced that the finals of the Cadillac tournament would take
place on the May 18, 1973, card at the debut of wrestling at the Omni Coliseum in Atlanta. Other matches announced for that card were
Bobo Brazil versus the Sheik for the United States Heavyweight Title, as well as a lumberjack match featuring Austin versus Jack
Crawford.

May 11, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Women’s Tag Team Match: Peggy Griffith & Valerie Griffith versus Barbara Owens & Ann Smothers > Rock Hunter versus
Dick Steinborn > Assassin #2 (01) versus Ray Candy / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2.

May 12, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler &
El Mongol vs. Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) . > Bob Ellis & Ron Pritchard versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner.

May 12, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mr.
Wrestling #1 vs. Dr. Scarlet > Cadillac Tournament: Bob Armstrong vs. Sputnik Monroe to advance; and Bobby Duncum vs. Ed
Wiskowski to advance > Roy Lee Welch vs. Bobby Shane > Jack Brisco vs. Bill White / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

May 12, 1973 (Saturday) – Forest Park, GA – Forest Park Recreation Center (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tiger Conway, Jr., versus the Turk (02) > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Tank Morgan > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong versus Sputnik
Monroe & Rocket Monroe

May 12, 1973 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – North Georgia Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Women’s Match: Valerie Griffith versus Ann Smothers > Oki Shikina versus Bearcat Wilkerson > Argentina Apollo versus Jack
Armstrong

May 15, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted
Oates versus Bearcat Wilkerson > Koa Tiki versus the Cougar (03) > John Black versus the Avenger (02) > Tommy Seigler & Randy
Curtis versus Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Ox Baker versus Argentina Apollo > Ron Pritchard versus Jack Armstrong > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* versus Ernie Ladd & Ray Candy / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner.
Hunter managed Assassin #2. Hunter and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs.
Apollo and Dick Steinborn on March 20, 1973, in Atlanta. Wilkerson participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that
El Mongol would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

May 15, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee
Welch and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Otto Von Heller > Jerry Oates vs. Ed Wiskowski > Leon Ogle & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum & Bill White > Bill Watts vs. Bill Dromo

May 16, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Frank Martinez > Otto Von Heller versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Bill White & Billy Spears versus Jerry Oates
& Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bill Dromo & Jack Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Bobby Duncum & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno
#1
& Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bob Armstrong versus Bill Watts / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The program for this card noted
that Watts had collected the $5,000 for unmasking Mr. Wrestling #1 on May 4, 1973, in Atlanta. It was announced that Bobby Shane would
be wrestling in Columbus on May 23, 1973.

May 18, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy
Lee Welch & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Bill White & Ed Wiskowski > Bearcat Brown vs. Rocket Monroe > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Sputnik
Monroe > Eddie Graham & Mike Graham vs. the Mysterious Medics (02) (Mysterious Medic #1 & Mysterious Medic #2 (02)) > Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Billy Spears > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates >
Lumberjack Match: Norvel Austin vs. Jack Crawford > United States Heavyweight Title Match: the Sheik* vs. Bobo Brazil by
disqualification for the title > Cadillac Tournament Finals: Bobby Shane vs. Bobby Duncum to advance; Bob Armstrong vs.
Duncum to advance; Shane vs. Armstrong for the Cadillac > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit):
Bill Watts* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 for the title / Notes: Abdullah Farouk managed the Sheik. The Sheik had been the reigning United
States Heavyweight Champion as recognized by the Detroit, MI, office, since he went vs. Bobo Brazil on January 27, 1973, in Detroit. J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since
he went vs. Wrestling #2 on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta. Wrestling #1 vowed to unmask if he lost to Watts, but this was not done, and no
clear explanation of avoiding the stipulation has been determined at this time. The program for this card had a feature on Wrestling #1,
speculating on who was under the mask, narrowing it down to Verne Gagne or Tim Woods. The Austin-Crawford lumberjack match was
reportedly “demanded by the NWA… Brazil was disqualified in his match against the Sheik when referee Eddie Smith caught him
using a pencil to stab the Sheik, which he had actually taken from the Sheik after having it used against himself. It was reported afterward
that this card drew a $30,000 gate. Fred Ward was in attendance at this card. It was announced that the Omni would host wrestling again
on May 25, 1973, and that WWWF Heavyweight Champion Pedro Morales would be on the card, and that Buddy Colt would defend the
Southern Heavyweight Title against Jack Brisco. It was also announced that Stan Vachon would wrestle Ramon Torres on that card, and
that the Infernos would defend the Georgia Tag Team Title against the winner of the Grahams-Medics match. This was the first
professional wrestling card held at the new venue, which had primarily been built for the Atlanta Hawks (NBA), the Atlanta Flames (NHL),
and concerts. Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson was in attendance for this card, and even entered the ring for a photo with Jones.
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May 18, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Mixed Tag Team Match: Jesse James (02) & Ann Smothers versus Valerie Griffith & the Cougar (03) > Georgia Brass Knucks
Title Match: Rock Hunter* versus Dick Steinborn > Lumberjack Match: Assassin #2 (01) versus Ray Candy / Notes: Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Hunter had been billed as the reigning Georgia Brass Knucks Champion since January 30, 1973.

May 19, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Argentina Apollo
over Joe Turner (02) . > Ernie Ladd & Ray Candy vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) . > Randy
Curtis versus Ron Alvez / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed
Capral. Hunter managed Assassin #2.

May 19, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) Notes:
Tapes from the Atlanta card on May 18, 1973, were shown for this edition of “Georgia Championship Wrestling.., hosted by
Gordon Solie. Bill Watts joined Solie and identified the unnamed Texan offering bounties on masks as being Dory Funk, Sr., noting he
had now added the $5,000 bounty was for not only the mask of Mr. Wrestling #1, but also for someone to end his career. Watts said he
was the man for the job. Solie noted that the Funk family must be concerned that Wrestling #1 could take the NWA World Heavyweight
Title from Dory Funk, Jr. Bob Armstrong also joined Solie, challenging Bobby Shane to a rematch for the Cadillac that Shane won on May
18, 1973, offering to put up $8,500, reportedly the value of the car, to up the stakes. Shane later came out and accepted the offer.

May 19, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Otto Von Heller > Bill White & Ed Wiskowski versus Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin > Billy Spears versus
Les Thornton > Sputnik Monroe versus Klondike Bill > Bobby Shane versus Jack Brisco / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

May 19, 1973 (Saturday) – Covington, GA – Newton County Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Black versus the Champ > Bill Bowman versus Jesse James (02) > Joe Turner (02) versus Randy Curtis > Ray Candy & Koa Tiki
versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed Assassin #2.

May 19, 1973 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – North Georgia Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Jim
Ledford versus Goliath > Bob Hall versus Kubla Khan > Krusher Karlson versus the Avenger (02) > Jack Armstrong versus Argentina
Apollo

May 22, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted Oates
versus Wayne Cowan > the Avenger (02) versus the Cougar (03) > Jack Armstrong versus El Mongol > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02)
versus Randy Curtis & Koa Tiki > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Ray Candy* versus Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in Atlanta. Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Charlie Smith was
credited as being a referee for this card.

May 22, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton,
Jr., vs. Tony Romano > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Donna Christianello > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Frank Martinez >
Norvel Austin vs. Bill White . > Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates & Leon Ogle vs. J.C. Dykes & the Super Infernos (01)
(Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bill Dromo versus Bobby Duncum . / Notes: Dykes managed the
Infernos. White was disqualified in his match against Austin when he threw Austin vs. the top rope. It was reported that the Dromo-
Duncum match was stopped due to profuse bleeding and they had to be pulled apart by referees Frank Cochran and Jim Bell.

May 23, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P-Partial] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tony Romano versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Bill White versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Billy Spears versus Jerry Oates >
Bobby Shane versus Norvel Austin > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))*
versus Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Jack Brisco versus Bill Dromo > Bill Watts versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Eddie Graham and Mike
Graham on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. There were two referees for the Watts-Armstrong match. The
program for this card announced that Stan Vachon would wrestle in Columbus on May 30, 1973. It also announced that Mark Starr (01),
Rick Ferrara, Pancho Rosario, Chuck Riley, Bobo Brazil, and Bearcat Brown would be wrestling in Columbus soon.

May 25, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bobby Duncum vs. Bill Dromo > Ramon Torres and Stan Vachon . > Buddy Colt vs.
Norvel Austin > NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Danny Hodge* vs. Bob Orton, Jr., for the title > No Disqualification
Match: Bobo Brazil vs. the Sheik > WWWF Heavyweight Title Match: Pedro Morales* vs. Paul Jones (02) for the title > Mr.
Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jack Brisco & Bill Watts > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Eddie Graham & Mike Graham vs.
the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* . ; the Infernos retained the title > Cadillac versus
$8,500: Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Shane / Notes: Abdullah Farouk managed the Sheik. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Grahams on May 11,
1973, in Atlanta. Following the Hodge-Orton, Jr., match, Orton, Jr., was presented a trophy for being named the NWA 1973 Rookie if the
Year. Hodge had been the reigning NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Dr. X on March 20, 1972, in Shreveport,
LA. Leroy McGuirk made the presentation. Morales had been the reigning WWWF Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Ivan Koloff
on February 8, 1971, in New York, NY. It had been announced on May 18, 1973, that Colt would be defending the Southern Heavyweight
Title against Brisco on this card, but no reason was given for the change. It was announced wrestling would be back at the Omni on June
1, 1973. The program for this card advertised a title match for that card featuring NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr.,
versus Wrestling #1. However, a flier was inserted into the program that was a copy of a telegram announcing that Harley Race had gone
over Funk one night earlier for the title, with a mention at the bottom of the page that Race would be defending the title against Wrestling
#1.

May 25, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Oki Shikina versus Koa Tiki > Midget Match: Chris Columbo versus Cecil Strong > Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker versus Dick
Steinborn & Argentina Apollo

May 25, 1973 (Friday) – Statesboro, GA – Statesboro Arena (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) Notes: It was
reported that during this card, Rock Hunter and Assassin #2 (01) injured Ray Candy’s leg, forcing him to miss several matches vs.
the next week.

May 26, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler
over Bill Bowman > Bob Ellis & Ron Pritchard vs. Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker > Koa Tiki & Kubla Khan vs. John Black & Wayne Cowan
/ Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Mr. X (20) managed
Bowman.

May 26, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ramon
Torres & Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Stan Vachon & Buddy Colt . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Tapes from the Atlanta card on May 25, 1973, were also shown.

May 26, 1973 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – North Georgia Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Midget Match: Chris Columbo versus Cecil Strong > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) versus the Avenger (02) & El Mongol / Notes: Mr. X
(20) managed Bowman and Turner.

May 29, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Bill
Bowman versus John Black > Oki Shikina versus the Avenger (02) > Joe Turner (02) versus Koa Tiki > World Light Heavyweight Title
Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Randy Curtis > Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker versus Ron Pritchard & Argentina Apollo > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* versus Ray Candy & El Mongol / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner.
Hunter managed Assassin #2. Hunter and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs.
Apollo and Dick Steinborn on March 20, 1973, in Atlanta. The program for this card mentioned that Tommy Seigler had been sidelined
with a broken leg suffered at the hands of Hunter and Assassin #2. It is unclear as to the origin of the World Light Heavyweight Title, and
how the Gladiator came to be recognized as such. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Bowman and Turner
participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 29, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee
Welch vs. Rick Ferrara > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Tony Romano > Leon Ogle & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Bill White & Otto Von Heller >
Bobby Shane vs. Derrell Cochran > Bill Dromo & Bobo Brazil vs. Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match:
Jack Brisco vs. Harley Race* . ; Race retained the title / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Despite having lost
the NWA World Heavyweight Title to Race on May 24, 1973, the program for this card still listed Dory Funk, Jr., as champion for the match
against Brisco. It was announced that Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) would wrestle in Macon on June 5, 1973.

May 30, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Memorial Football Stadium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Watts versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: Stan Vachon was also advertised.

May 31, 1973 (Thursday) – Rome, GA – J&J Center (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Wayne Cowan versus
Rod Vickery > Mixed Tag Team Match: Jesse James (02) & Barbara Owens versus Krusher Karlson & Sheila Reeves > Oki Shikina
versus the Avenger (02) > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Dick Steinborn > Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker
versus Argentina Apollo & Kubla Khan / Notes: The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since
May 29, 1973.

June 1, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bearcat Brown vs. Otto Von Heller > Billy Spears & Bobby Shane vs. Rocket Monroe & Tiger Conway, Jr. > Stan Vachon versus Ramon
Torres . > Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(01)) > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Joyce Grable (02) for the title > Cadillac versus $8,500: Bob
Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum for the Cadillac > Bill Watts vs. Jack Brisco > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Harley Race* and
Tim Woods went to a draw; Race retained the title / Notes: Von Heller substituted for Sputnik Monroe in the match against Brown. Monroe
substituted for Norvel Austin to team with Conway, Jr., in the match against Spears and Shane. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Mr.
Wrestling #1 had announced he would unmask before the match against Race, and did as promised, revealing himself as Woods. Race
had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Dory Funk, Jr., on March 24, 1973, in Kansas City, MO.
Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. J.
C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Within the program for this card, there is a full-page advertisement for “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.., providing information regarding tapings. We know that the WTCG studios at this time were on West Peachtree Street, but
here we learn that tapings began at 3:00 PM, meaning very little room for editing could be done by the 6:00 PM airing of the program. Also
in this program is information on where the show can be seen outside of the Atlanta area: Channel 12 WRDW in Augusta (2:00 to 3:00
PM Saturday) and Savannah has two locations (2:30 to 3:30 PM Saturday on Channel 22 WJCL and 11:00 PM to Midnight Saturday on
Channel 11 WTOC). The Augusta and Savannah episodes were one week behind the Atlanta version. There is also the first reference to
local radio personality Jim Bell working on the Atlanta staff, as he was handling chores as Ring Announcer, and was also apparently
assisting in putting the event programs together. Also in the program, it was noted that Torres was being billed as the Midwest
Heavyweight Champion. It was also reported in the program that Watts had applied for, and received, a license to referee in the NWA,
with the intent of being the special referee for the Race-Woods match, but that request was denied. There was also a one page feature
on AWA Heavyweight Champion Verne Gagne, as well as a full page photo on the opposite page. Gagne had been the reigning AWA
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Dr. X on August 31, 1968, in Minneapolis, MN.

June 1, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Randy Curtis versus the Golden Gladiator > Texas Tornado Tag Team Match: Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker versus Dick Steinborn &
Argentina Apollo

June 2, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ron Pritchard vs.
Guillotine Gordon > Argentina Apollo vs. Jack Armstrong > Bearcat Wilkerson versus Oki Shikina / Notes: This was taped for the “All-
South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

June 2, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Harley
Race vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jack Brisco vs. Stan Vachon > Sputnik Monroe & Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Greg Lake & Billy Spears > Bob
Armstrong & Ramon Torres vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . / Notes: This was
taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.
Bill Watts joined Solie to announce he had sponsored a tournament to take place on June 8, 1973, to determine a contender for his
Georgia Heavyweight Title. He was calling it the “Bill Watts Invitational.., and he personally selected the eight entrants and first
round match-ups for the one-night tournament. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta.

June 2, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill White versus Rick Ferrara > Bobby Duncum versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin versus the Medics
(01) (Medic #1 (01) & Medic #2 (01)) > Billy Spears versus Jack Brisco > Bobby Shane versus Ramon Torres / Notes: Winston escorted
Shane to the ring.

June 2, 1973 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – North Georgia Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Women’s Match: Barbara Owens versus Sheila Reeves > Battle Royal featuring the Avenger (02), John Black, Bill Bowman, the
Champ, Wayne Cowan, Jesse James (02), El Mongol, and Joe Turner (02) / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Mr. X
(20) managed Bowman and Turner.

June 5, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ted Oates versus Dizzy McShain > John Black versus the Avenger (02) > Wayne Cowan versus Bearcat Wilkerson > Randy Curtis & Koa
Tiki versus Krusher Karlson & Oki Shikina > European Junior Heavyweight Title Match: John Foley* versus Dick Steinborn > World Light
Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Argentina Apollo > Round Robin Tag Team Tournament: Ray Candy & El Mongol
versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) versus Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker > Battle Royal featuring Happy Humphrey / Notes: It was
reported that the purse for the tournament was $3,000 and the battle royal was $2,000. Hunter managed Assassin #2. It is unclear as to
the origin of the European Junior Heavyweight Title, and how Foley came to be recognized as such. The Gladiator had been billed as the
reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Apollo
participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Happy Humphrey would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The program
for this card featured a piece called “14 Ways Not to Run a Fan Club…

June 5, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy
Lee Welch vs. the Medic (01) > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Bill White > Billy Spears vs. Rick Ferrara > Bob Orton, Jr., and Sputnik Monroe
went to a . > Leon Ogle & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane & Billy Spears > Lumberjack Match: Bill Dromo vs. Bill Watts /
Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

June 7, 1973 (Thursday) – Athens, GA – J&J Center (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Oki Shikina versus
Koa Tiki > Argentina Apollo & Dick Steinborn versus Jack Armstrong & the Golden Gladiator > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray
Candy* versus Ox Baker > Battle Royal featuring Happy Humphrey / Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $1,500.
Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Assassin #2 (01) on March 13, 1973, in Atlanta.

June 8, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Sputnik Monroe > Bill White & Ed Wiskowski vs. Rick Ferrara & Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bill Watts
Invitational One-Night Tournament: Klondike Bill vs. Doug Gilbert (01) to advance; Bobby Shane vs. Bob Armstrong to advance; Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Super Inferno #2 (01) to advance; Bobby Duncum vs. Bill Dromo to advance; Shane vs. Klondike to advance; Orton, Jr.,
over Duncum to advance; and Shane vs. Orton, Jr., for the tournament > Submission Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts >
Lights Out Match (No Disqualification): Ramon Torres vs. Stan Vachon / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #2. Winston escorted
Shane to the ring. Klondike was the special referee for the Watts-Wrestling #2 match, where Wrestling #2’s mask was at stake if he
had lost. The “Bill Watts Invitational.. was Watts’ version of a tournament to determine a contender for his Georgia
Heavyweight Title, whereas he would wrestle the winner on June 15, 1973. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion
since he went vs. Wrestling #2 on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta.

June 8, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Jack Armstrong versus Dick Steinborn > Ox Baker versus Koa Tiki > Battle Royal featuring Happy Humphrey / Notes: It is unclear as to
the reason for the battle royal.

June 9, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler
over Oki Shikina > Ron Pritchard vs. Ox Baker . > Ted Oates vs. Jesse James (02) / Notes: This was taped for the .
..All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Gunkel joined Capral to announce that Rock Hunter
had been suspended for an incident on the June 5, 1973, card. It is unclear to us at this time as to the nature of the incident.

June 9, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong vs. Bill White > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* for the title > Bobby Duncum vs. Roy Lee Welch > Stan Vachon vs. Rick Ferrara > Bill Watts
over Ed Wiskowski . > Billy Spears and Tiger Conway, Jr., . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the
reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Eddie Graham and Mike Graham on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta. It was
announced the despite Bobby Shane winning the “Bill Watts Invitational Tournament.. on June 8, 1973, for the right to wrestle
Watts for the Georgia Heavyweight Title on June 15, 1973, that instead Watts would be defending against Wrestling #2, since he had
gone vs. Watts on the same card, making him the number one contender, and that Shane would be defending his claim as “King of
Wrestling.., crown included, against Tim Woods. As Watts joined Solie to complain about the change, Wrestling #2 came out and
attacked him, leaving him to be carried away with assistance. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Wrestling #2 on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta. Duncum issued an open challenge to anyone to compete in an arm wrestling contest
on the spot. Armstrong accepted, but Duncum refused him.

June 9, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ed Wiskowski versus Derrell Cochran > Billy Spears versus Rick Ferrara > Tiger Conway, Jr., versus Super Inferno #1 >
Bobby Duncum versus Bob Armstrong > Bobby Shane versus Jerry Oates / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #1. Winston escorted
Shane to the ring.

June 9, 1973 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – North Georgia Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Jack
Armstrong versus Koa Tiki > European Junior Heavyweight Title Match: John Foley* versus Randy Curtis / Notes: Foley had been billed
as the reigning European Junior Heavyweight Champion since June 5, 1973.

June 11, 1973 (Monday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Bill Bowman versus Kubla Khan > Mixed Tag Team Match: Joe Turner (02) & Barbara Owens versus Sheila Reeves & the
Avenger (02) > John Foley versus the Champ > Jack Armstrong versus El Mongol > Boxing Match: Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates >
Argentine Bolo Match: Argentina Apollo versus Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner.

June 12, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Bill Bowman versus Randy Curtis > Krusher Karlson versus Koa Tiki > Mr. Kleen vs. Joe Turner (02) > Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates
ended . > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo versus John Foley & Oki Shikina > Georgia Television Title Match: Ox Baker*
over El Mongol for the title > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Jack Armstrong > Cage Match (No
Disqualification / No Time Limit): Assassin #2 (01) vs. Ray Candy / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Numerous
wrestlers were required to help stop the Oates-Cowan match. Baker had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went
over Steinborn on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta. The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since
May 29, 1973. Charlie Smith participated in an autograph session for fans. In Gunkel’s column from the program for this card, it was
noted that a decision regarding the suspension of Rock Hunter would be made in the next few days.

June 12, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rick
Ferrara vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > the Demon (02) vs. Terry Sawyer (01) > Mark Starr (01) vs. Chuck Riley > Midget Match: the Haiti Kid
over Little Tokyo > Norvel Austin vs. Stan Vachon > Jack Brisco & Klondike Bill vs. Bobby Duncum & Bobby Shane > Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) vs. Bill Watts / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

June 13, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mark Starr (01) versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Midget Match: Little Tokyo versus the Haiti Kid > Derrell Cochran versus Bill White
> Bill Dromo versus Sputnik Monroe > Jerry Oates & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Bobby Shane & Billy Spears > Columbus Heavyweight
Title Match: Bobby Duncum* versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. It is unclear as to how Duncum came to
be recognized as Columbus Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows Armstrong defending the title against Tarzan
Tyler on April 4, 1973, in Columbus.

June 15, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Mark Starr (01) versus Rick Ferrara > Bill White versus Norvel Austin > Bill Dromo & Bob Orton, Jr., versus
Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon > Tim Woods vs. Bobby Shane > Bob Armstrong & Ramon Torres versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts* by
disqualification; Watts retained the title / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. The winner of the Woods-Shane match was to earn
the right to be called the “King of Wrestling.., with Shane’s crown at stake. Woods wore the crown all the way to the dressing
room. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Wrestling #2
on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta. The program for this card is the first reference we have found of Welch being mentioned as co-promoter with
Jones. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee on this card.

June 15, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Women’s Match: Sheila Reeves versus Ann Smothers > Rock Hunter versus El Mongol > Strap Match: Ox Baker versus
Koa Tiki

June 16, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Mr. Kleen vs.
Joe Turner (02) > Georgia Television Title Match: Ox Baker* vs. El Mongol for the title > Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates ended in
a no contest / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Mr. X
(20) managed Turner. Baker had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Dick Steinborn on January 9, 1973,
in Atlanta.

June 16, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) & Roy Lee Welch vs. Doug Gilbert (01) & Bill White > Ramon Torres vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bob Orton,
Jr., vs. Super Inferno #2 (01) . > Tim Woods vs. Billy Spears / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Tapings for this program switched on this day to 11:00 AM from
3:00 PM, which it had been since moving to WTCG. J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #2. Bobby Duncum issued an open challenge to anyone
to compete in an arm wrestling contest on the spot. Torres accepted and lost. Derrell Cochran also accepted, but Duncum refused him.
Woods wore the crown he had won from Bobby Shane on June 15, 1973, to the ring for his match against Spears. When he left the ring,
he joined Solie, and proceeded to demolish it.

June 16, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rick Ferrara versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bill White versus Bill Dromo > Mark Starr (01) versus Bob
Orton, Jr. > Bobby Duncum versus Bob Armstrong > Handicap Match: Jerry Oates versus Billy Spears & Winston > Jack Brisco versus
Tim Woods / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

June 16, 1973 (Saturday) – Covington, GA – Newton County Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Battle Royal featuring Happy Humphrey > Rod Vickery versus Goliath > John Black versus Bearcat Wilkerson > Bill Bowman versus
Kubla Khan > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo versus Ox Baker & Joe Turner (02) / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle
royal. Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner.

June 16, 1973 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – North Georgia Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Bob
Hall versus Tracy Rivers > Wayne Cowan versus Jesse James (02) > Oki Shikina versus the Avenger (02) > No Disqualification Match:
Jack Armstrong versus Koa Tiki

June 19, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Bill Bowman versus Mr. Kleen > Joe Turner (02) versus the Avenger (02) > John Foley versus the Champ > World Light Heavyweight Title
Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Bearcat Wilkerson > Randy Curtis & Koa Tiki versus Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker > No
Disqualification Match: Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Pepper Gomez* versus Rock Hunter >
Tarzan Tyler versus El Mongol > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* versus Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed
Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in Atlanta. It is unclear as to the origin of the United States Heavyweight Title, and how Gomez came to
be recognized as such. The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973. Curtis
participated in an autograph session for fans. The program we have for this card is the first to specifically mention that “All-South
Championship Wrestling.. tapings are held at the WTCG studios Saturdays from 3:00 to 4:00 PM. It was also noted that the address
for Gunkel Enterprises was 12 Perimeter Park, Suite 101, Atlanta, GA 30341. It also featured a piece on Mr. Kleen, giving workout tips.

June 19, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) vs. Rick Ferrara > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Demon (02) > Women’s Match: Lilly Thomas vs. Dottie Downs > Jerry Oates
over Ed Wiskowski > Stan Vachon vs. Tiger Conway, Jr., at 6:35 > Jack Brisco versus Bobby Duncum . > Macon
Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* and Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) went to
a draw; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team
Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

June 22, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Mark Starr (01) versus Rick Ferrara > Roberto Soto & Bob Orton, Jr., versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Jerry Oates & Bill Dromo versus Bill White & Ed Wiskowski > Billy Spears versus Jerry Brisco >
Handicap Match: Bobby Shane vs. Norvel Austin & Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bob Armstrong & Tim Woods versus Bobby Duncum & Stan
Vachon > Texas Death Match: Bill Watts vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to
the ring. Duncum issued a challenge to Woods to compete in an arm wrestling contest. As it appeared Woods was going to win, Vachon
kicked Woods in the leg, causing Woods to fall from his chair, ending the contest. It was announced that wrestling would be held at the
Omni Coliseum on July 6, 1973.

June 22, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Happy Humphrey versus Goliath > Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) versus Mr. Kleen & El Mongol > Ray Candy & Argentina
Apollo versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Hunter managed Assassin #2.

June 23, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tarzan Tyler vs.
the Avenger (02) > Mr. Kleen vs. John Black > Ray Candy & Randy Curtis vs. Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker . > the
Golden Gladiator vs. Jesse James (02) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program,
hosted by Ed Capral.

June 23, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Rick Ferrara & Roberto Soto > Tim Woods & Jack
Brisco vs. Billy Spears & Winston . > Roy Lee Welch and Bob Orton, Jr., . / Notes: This was taped for the
“Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston
escorted Shane to the ring.

June 23, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim Woods versus Bobby Shane > Jack Brisco versus Bobby Duncum / Notes: Winston escorted
Shane to the ring.

June 23, 1973 (Saturday) – Covington, GA – Newton County Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Bill Bowman versus Jesse James (02) > Krusher Karlson versus Mr. Kleen > Oki Shikina versus the Avenger (02) > Jack Armstrong &
Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) versus Ray Candy & Koa Tiki & El Mongol / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman. Hunter managed
Assassin #2.

June 26, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Oki
Shikina versus the Avenger (02) > Randy Curtis & Argentina Apollo versus John Foley & the Golden Gladiator > Jack Armstrong versus
Koa Tiki > Ray Candy versus Ox Baker > Boxing Match: Ted Oates versus Wayne Cowan > Pepper Gomez & Chief Little Eagle versus
Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > Texas Death Match: Tarzan Tyler versus El Mongol / Notes: Mr. Kleen was the special referee for the
Tyler-Mongol match. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

June 26, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton,
Jr., vs. Bill White > Jerry Oates vs. Mark Starr (01) > Billy Spears vs. Rick Ferrara > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bob Armstrong vs. Bill Watts > Lights Out Match: Jack Brisco vs. Bobby
Duncum / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

June 29, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Mark Starr (01) versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Billy Spears versus Rick Ferrara > Bobby Shane versus Bobo
Brazil > Tim Woods versus Stan Vachon > Bill Dromo versus Bobby Duncum > Jerry Oates & Bob Orton, Jr., versus the Super Infernos
(01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Eddie
Smith was credited as being a referee on this card. Bob Armstrong and Derrell Cochran both issued open challenges to fans for arm
wrestling contests, and won them all. This prompted Duncum, who had been refusing to arm wrestle them, to challenge Armstrong to a
contest on July 6, 1973. Despite it being announced last week that the July 6, 1973, card would be held at the Omni Coliseum, it was
announced at this card it would be at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium.

June 29, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Randy Curtis versus Oki Shikina > Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates > Rock Hunter & Tarzan Tyler & Assassin #2 (01) versus
Ray Candy & Chief Little Eagle & El Mongol / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2.

June 30, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello versus Debbie Johnson > Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin
versus Billy Spears & Winston > Texas Death Match: Bobby Shane versus Tim Woods / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

July 3, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > John
Black versus Koa Tiki > John Foley versus Randy Curtis > Ted Oates vs. the Golden Gladiator > Handicap Match: the Super Gladiator
versus Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > Jack Armstrong versus Argentina Apollo . > Rock Hunter vs. Dick Steinborn
> Ernie Ladd & Mr. Kleen & El Mongol vs. Tarzan Tyler & Ox Baker & Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. Bill
McMinn was credited as being a referee for this card. Tiki participated in an autograph session for fans. The program for this card
featured a piece on Chief Little Eagle.

July 3, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mark Starr
(01) vs. Rick Ferrara > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Bill White > Billy Spears and Norvel Austin . > Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts
over Bob Orton, Jr., & Sputnik Monroe > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(01))*
over Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates for the title > Bob Armstrong vs. Jack Brisco / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos
had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

July 6, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Dick Dunn versus Bill Dromo > Mark Starr (01) & Billy Spears versus Norvel Austin & Bearcat Brown >
Handicap Match: Bobo Brazil vs. Bobby Shane & Winston > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs.
Johnny Walker (01) & Bob Orton, Jr. > Arm Wrestling Contest: Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum > Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) vs. Stan Vachon > Scientific Match: Tim Woods vs. Bill Watts / Notes: Walker substituted for Andre the Giant to team with Orton, Jr.,
in the match against the Infernos. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. There was a stipulation in the
Brazil-Shane/Winston match, whereas if Brazil won, Shane had vowed that Winston would have his head shaved. As per the stipulation,
following the match, referee Leo Garibaldi clipped his hair. Lou Thesz was the special referee for the Woods-Watts match, and cast the
deciding vote when the four judges at ringside came to a tie on the winner of the fall as time ran out. Following the match, Watts was not
happy with the decision, but offered his hand to Woods, who reluctantly took it. When he turned to walk away, Watts attacked him and left
him requiring assistance to leave the ring. After the arm wrestling contest, Duncum used the table to attack Armstrong, resulting in a
gash that reportedly required many stitches. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee on this card.

July 6, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> John Black versus Kubla Khan > Handicap Match: the Super Gladiator versus Krusher Karlson & Oki Shikina > Jack Armstrong & Ox
Baker versus Randy Curtis & Koa Tiki > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Argentina Apollo > Tarzan
Tyler versus El Mongol / Notes: The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973.

July 7, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Randy Curtis vs.
Bill Bowman > Cage Match: Assassin #2 (01) vs. Ray Candy > Koa Tiki vs. Krusher Karlson / Notes: This was taped for the “All-
South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Mr. X (20) managed Bowman. Rock Hunter managed
Assassin #2.

July 7, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Dunn > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Norvel Austin > Billy Spears and Bearcat Brown . /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie.

July 10, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
the Avenger (02) vs. Bob Hall > Randy Curtis & El Mongol vs. Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > European Junior Heavyweight Title Match:
John Foley* vs. Bearcat Wilkerson for the title > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* vs. Ted Oates to
retain the title > Handicap Match: the Super Gladiator vs. Ox Baker & Goliath > Ray Candy & Bob Ellis & Pepper Gomez vs. Jack
Armstrong & Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > Ernie Ladd versus Tarzan Tyler . / Notes: Foley had been billed as
the reigning European Junior Heavyweight Champion since June 5, 1973. The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light
Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973. Mr. Kleen was the special referee for the Gladiator-Baker/Goliath match. Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Oates participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Chief Little Eagle would be wrestling in Atlanta
soon.

July 10, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tiger
Conway, Jr., vs. Mark Starr (01) > Billy Spears vs. Norvel Austin > Jerry Oates vs. Ed Wiskowski > Bobby Shane vs. Bob Orton, Jr. >
Roberto Soto & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts . > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

July 13, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Rick Ferrara > Bill Dromo versus Jerry Oates > Billy Spears and Roberto Soto went to
a . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01)) for the title > Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum > Ricky Gibson vs. Bobby Shane > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Tim Woods vs. Bill Watts* . ; Watts retained the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Mr. Kleen was a
special referee for the Orton, Jr., & Wrestling #2-Infernos match. Orton, Jr., and Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. the Infernos on June 9, 1973, in Atlanta. Gibson substituted for Jack Brisco in the match against Shane.
Winston escorted Shane to the ring. It was later noted that Gibson spent the day at Six Flags vs. Georgia with his little brother, who was,
of course, Robert Gibson. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Wrestling #2 on May 11,
1973, in Atlanta. Brisco had missed a connecting flight according to reports. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling on
the card on July 20, 1973, meeting the winner of the Woods-Watts match.

July 13, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > John Black versus Tim Geohagen > Joe Turner (02) versus Kubla Khan > Bill Bowman versus Tracy Rivers > Jack Armstrong
versus Bearcat Wilkerson > European Junior Heavyweight Title Match: John Foley* versus Randy Curtis > Georgia Television Title Match:
Ox Baker* versus Mr. Kleen / Notes: Mr. X (20) managed Bowman and Turner. Foley had been billed as the reigning European Junior
Heavyweight Champion since June 5, 1973. Baker had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Steinborn on
January 9, 1973, in Atlanta.

July 14, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Super
Gladiator vs. Oki Shikina > Tommy Seigler and Jack Armstrong . > Randy Curtis vs. the Golden Gladiator by
disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

July 14, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Watts & Bobby Duncum vs. Tiger Conway, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Rick Ferrara & Roberto Soto > Jim Wilson vs. the Masked Marvel (17) > Billy Spears and Bob Orton, Jr., went
to a . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos.

July 17, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Krusher Karlson versus Koa Tiki > Bull Zomar versus Chief Little Eagle > John Foley versus Argentina Apollo > Randy Curtis versus the
Golden Gladiator > Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker versus Argentina Apollo & El Mongol > Tommy Seigler & the Super Gladiator versus Rock
Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > Ernie Ladd versus Tarzan Tyler / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2.

July 17, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch
(02) and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Tom Jones (02) vs. Bill White > Bobby Shane & Billy Spears vs. Jerry Oates & Tiger Conway,
Jr. > Bobby Duncum vs. Mr. Kleen > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts* . ; Watts
retained the title > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01))* for the title / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the
reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon. Watts had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Wrestling #2 on May 11, 1973, in Atlanta. He actually lost the title to the Tim Woods
on July 13, 1973, in Atlanta.

July 20, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jim Wilson versus Junior Rice > Billy Spears versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Tom Jones (02) versus Bill White >
J.C. Dykes & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) versus Bob Orton, Jr. & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & Mr.
Kleen
> Handicap Match: Bearcat Brown versus Bobby Shane & Winston > Bob Armstrong & Bobo Brazil versus Bill Watts & Bobby Duncum >
Tim Woods vs. Dory Funk, Jr. / Notes: Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. It was reported that Shane had
filed a petition with the NWA to force Woods to pay for the crown he had won from Shane, which he demolished on the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. program on June 16, 1973. He claimed he had received it from Bill Longson, and was looking for $1,000.

July 20, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Jesse James (02) versus the Champ > Bob Hall versus Chief Little Eagle > Women’s Match: Valerie Griffith versus Ann
Smothers > Argentina Apollo & Bearcat Wilkerson versus Krusher Karlson & the Golden Gladiator > European Junior Heavyweight Title
Match: John Foley* versus Randy Curtis > Georgia Television Title Match (No Disqualification): Tommy Seigler* versus Ox Baker / Notes:
Foley had been billed as the reigning European Junior Heavyweight Champion since June 5, 1973. It is unclear as to how Seigler
became recognized as Georgia Television Champion. The last reference we have shows Baker defending the title against Mr. Kleen on
July 20, 1973, in Warner Robins.
July 21, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Super
Gladiator vs. Dave Kaiser > Tarzan Tyler vs. Dick Steinborn > John Foley & the Golden Gladiator vs. Ted Oates & Chief Little Eagle /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

July 21, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bobby Duncum vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo &
Jim Wilson > Tom Jones (02) vs. Bill White > Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Billy Spears & Junior Rice > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Bill Watts vs. Mr. Wrestling #1* for the title > Jack Brisco vs. Jerry Oates / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Les Thatcher began co-hosting on this broadcast. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. Brisco, who had won the NWA World Heavyweight Title from Harley Race in Houston, TX, the night before, joined
Solie at the beginning of the show for a brief interview. Bobby Shane, escorted by Winston, joined Solie during Brisco’s match
against Oates, demanding his rightful title shot, claiming when he went vs. Ricky Gibson, who was substituting for Brisco, on July 13,
1973, it was a win via forfeit vs. Brisco. Brisco accepted his challenge and the match was set for July 27, 1973. Woods had been the
reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Watts on July 13, 1973, in Atlanta.

July 21, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Leo Garibaldi versus Winston > Women’s Match: Miss Wrestling versus the Fabulous Moolah >
Bobby Shane versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Wrestling #2 had vowed to remove his mask if he
could not defeat Shane.

July 21, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr. vs. the Medic (01) > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs. Paula Kaye > Jack Welch (02) &
Roy Lee Welch vs. Billy Spears & the Masked Marvel (17) > Tiger Conway, Jr., & Mr. Griffin vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1
& Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Texas Death Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos.

July 24, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Oki
Shikina versus the Avenger (02) > Bull Zomar versus Koa Tiki > Randy Curtis & Argentina Apollo versus John Foley & the Golden
Gladiator > Jack Armstrong versus El Mongol > Ray Candy & Tommy Seigler & the Super Gladiator versus Tarzan Tyler & Rock Hunter &
Assassin #2 (01) > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker vs. Pepper Gomez* for the title / Notes: Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Gomez had been billed as the reigning United States Heavyweight Champion since June 19, 1973. Bill McMinn was
credited as being a referee for this card.

July 24, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim Wilson
over Ed Wiskowski > Billy Spears vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Tom Jones (02) versus Bobby Shane & the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Bobo Brazil vs. Buddy Colt . > Tim
Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to
the ring. Mr. Kleen was the special referee for the Woods/Wrestling #2-Duncum/Watts match.

July 25, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. Ed Wiskowski > Tom Jones (02) vs. Bill White > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Bobby Shane > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Lumberjack Match: Bill Dromo & Bobo Brazil
over Bill Watts & Bobby Duncum / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

July 27, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Rick Ferrara versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ricky Gibson vs. Bill White > Tom Jones (02) vs. Billy Spears > Ed
Wiskowski versus Jim Wilson > Bobby Duncum vs. Mr. Kleen > Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Super Infernos (01)
(Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Bobo Brazil vs. Bill Watts . > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Bobby Shane for the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Winston escorted
Shane to the ring. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in
Houston, TX. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card.

July 27, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Jesse James (02) versus Krusher Karlson > Bob Hall versus the Avenger (02) > Kubla Khan versus Oki Shikina > Randy
Curtis & Argentina Apollo versus John Foley & the Golden Gladiator > Jack Armstrong versus El Mongol

July 28, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Super
Gladiator vs. John Black > Tommy Seigler vs. Tarzan Tyler . > Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) and Argentina Apollo
& El Mongol . > Randy Curtis versus the Golden Gladiator . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-
South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed Assassin #2.

July 28, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears vs. Greg Lake > Tom Jones (02) & Jim Wilson vs. Bill White & Ed Wiskowski > Roy Lee Welch & Bob Orton,
Jr., & Mr. Griffin and Bobby Duncum & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . / Notes: This was
taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. Solie announced
that the NWA had reviewed Bobby Shane’s petition requesting payment from Tim Woods in the amount of $1,000 for his destroyed
crown, and had ruled in favor of his request, giving Woods thirty days to make payment or face suspension. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos.

July 28, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Shane & Billy Spears versus Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Bill Watts / Notes: Toni Rose, Vicky Williams, and the Fabulous Moolah were also
advertised. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX.

July 31, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > El
Diablo (02) versus the Avenger (02) > John Black & Goliath versus Koa Tiki & Chief Little Eagle > Randy Curtis versus Bull Zomar > John
Foley versus Argentina Apollo > Ray Candy & El Mongol versus Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Tommy
Seigler & the Super Gladiator vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* for the title > Cage Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit):
Ernie Ladd vs. Tarzan Tyler / Notes: Tom Shaft was the special referee for the Ladd-Tyler match. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Hunter
and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Apollo and Dick Steinborn on March 20,
1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Candy participated in an autograph session for fans.

July 31, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates
and Billy Spears . > Ricky Gibson vs. Bill White > Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto vs. Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George,
Jr. > Bill Dromo vs. Super Inferno #2 (01) > Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts vs. Mr. Kleen & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes
managed Inferno #2. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

August 3, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Rick Ferrara vs. Ed Wiskowski > Derrell Cochran vs. Bill White > Roberto Soto & Tom Jones (02) vs.
Bobby Shane & Billy Spears > Bobo Brazil vs. Bobby Duncum . > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. J.C. Dykes > Ricky Gibson vs.
Gorgeous George, Jr. > Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) by
disqualification / Notes: Joe Walcott was the special referee for the Woods/Wrestling #2-Infernos match, for which Infernos’ manager
J.C. Dykes was barred from ringside. Dykes, however, made an arrangement with Shane to be in the Infernos’ corner. Winston
escorted Shane to the ring. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. It was announced that Jack Brisco would defend the
NWA World Heavyweight Title against Harley Race in Atlanta on August 10, 1973.

August 3, 1973 (Friday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Goliath versus Kubla Khan > Wayne Cowan versus the Champ > Bull Zomar versus the Avenger (02) > European Junior
Heavyweight Title Match: John Foley* versus Ted Oates > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Randy
Curtis > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker* versus the Super Gladiator / Notes: Foley had been billed as the reigning
European Junior Heavyweight Champion since June 5, 1973. The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight
Champion since May 29, 1973. Baker had been the reigning United States Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Pepper Gomez on
July 24, 1973, in Atlanta.

August 4, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Super
Gladiator vs. Goliath > Argentina Apollo vs. Ox Baker . > John Black & Bull Zomar vs. Ted Oates & Jesse James
(02) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

August 4, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title > Roy Lee Welch and Gorgeous George, Jr., . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Orton, Jr.,
and Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the Infernos on June 9, 1973, in Atlanta.
George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

August 7, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Black and Koa Tiki . > Randy Curtis vs. Bull Zomar . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Tommy
Seigler & the Super Gladiator* vs. Jack Armstrong & the Great Cornelio for the title > Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match: Rock
Hunter* vs. El Mongol for the title > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* and Argentina Apollo went to a
draw; the Gladiator retained the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Assassin #2 (01) . for the
title > United States Tag Team Title Match: Ernie Ladd & Tom Renesto vs. Tarzan Tyler & Ox Baker for the title / Notes: Renesto
substituted for Bruno Sammartino to team with Ladd in the match against Tyler and Baker. Sammartino was also advertised to
participate in an autograph session for fans. It is unclear as to the origin of the United States Tag Team Title, and who was the defending
champion in the match. Seigler and the Gladiator had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Hunter and
Assassin #2 on July 31, 1973, in Atlanta. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion
since he went vs. Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in Atlanta. Hunter had been billed as the reigning Georgia Brass Knucks Champion
since January 30, 1973. The Gladiator had been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973. Charlie
Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

August 7, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky
Gibson & Jim Wilson vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears > Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Bobby Duncum & Bobby Shane > Tom Jones (02) vs. Gorgeous George, Jr. > Macon Tag Team Title versus Mask Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bill Dromo & Bob
Armstrong* for the title / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos. Dromo and Armstrong had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the
Infernos on July 17, 1973, in Macon.

August 8, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Sputnik Monroe vs. Rick Ferrara > Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara vs. Greg Lake & Jim Wilson > Jerry
Oates versus Billy Spears ended in a double countout > Ricky Gibson & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) vs. Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr. > Columbus
Heavyweight Title versus Hair Match: Bobby Duncum vs. Bill Dromo* two falls to one for the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Winston escorted Shane to the ring. It is unclear as to how Dromo
came to be recognized as Columbus Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows Duncum defending the title against
Armstrong on June 13, 1973, in Columbus.

August 10, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara vs. Rick Ferrara & Bearcat Brown > Jim Wilson vs. the Demon (02) >
Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Donna Christianello > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs.
Jerry Oates & Tom Jones (02) > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon vs. Bob Armstrong & Ricky Gibson > Dory Funk, Jr., vs. Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) by countout > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Harley Race . for the title / Notes: J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos. During the Oates/Jones-Infernos match, Bob Orton, Jr., managed to take a boot from one of the Infernos.
He had been of the belief they wrestled with weapons in their boots, and he announced that he was going to make sure the boot was
inspected. Following the Brisco-Race match, Race attacked referee Leo Garibaldi. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee on this card.

August 11, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Bob Armstrong & Ricky
Gibson vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Jerry Brisco vs. the Lumberjack >
Stan Vachon vs. Greg Lake / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by
Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Bobby Shane and Tim Woods were to wrestle, but while Woods was
speaking with Solie, he was attacked and injured by Shane. Up until that time, Shane had consistently refused to wrestle on television,
and felt he was tricked into the match. By the end of the program, Jones announced to Solie that he had suspended Shane indefinitely. It
was announced that Jones had suspended Harley Race for attacking referee Leo Garibaldi on August 10, 1973.

August 11, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Television Title Match: Toni Rose versus Vicky Williams > Jerry Brisco versus Rip
Hawk > Bill Watts & Bobby Shane versus Ricky Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: The Rose-Williams match was reported to be for
the “Channel 12.. trophy. It is unclear as to the origin of the Women’s Television Title, and who was the defending champion
in the match. Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

August 14, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Koa Tiki versus the Great Cornelio > Bearcat Wilkerson versus the Champ > Bull Zomar versus El Mongol > John Black versus the
Avenger (02) > World Light Heavyweight Title Match (No Time Limit): the Golden Gladiator* versus Argentina Apollo > Georgia Tag Team
Title Match: Tommy Seigler & the Super Gladiator* versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > United States Tag Team Title Match: Ernie
Ladd & Tom Renesto* versus Tarzan Tyler & Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. Seigler & the Gladiator had been the
reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Hunter and Assassin #2 on July 31, 1973, in Atlanta. The Gladiator had
been billed as the reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973. Ladd and Renesto had been the reigning United
States Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Tyler and Baker on August 7, 1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith was credited as being a
referee for this card. It was announced that Chief Thundercloud would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

August 14, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Macon
Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament: Buddy Colt (Winner) for the title; Bob Armstrong, Bobby Duncum, Rick Ferrara, Ricky
Gibson, Super Inferno #1, Tom Jones (02), Taro Kobayoshi, Jerry Oates, Bob Orton, Jr., Billy Spears, Stan Vachon, Bill Watts, Jim Wilson,
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), and Akai Yoshihara also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results for the tournament. This is
believed to have been a tournament to determine the inaugural champion. J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #1.

August 15, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates and Jack Welch (02) . > Jerry Oates & Tom Jones (02) vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai
Yoshihara > Stan Vachon vs. Rick Ferrara > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Jim Wilson & Bob
Orton, Jr. > Billy Spears vs. Roy Lee Welch > Buddy Colt vs. Sputnik Monroe > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts &
Bobby Duncum > Battle Royal: Bob Armstrong (Winner); Choo-Choo Lynn, Stan Vachon, Jim Wilson, Winston, J.C. Dykes, Super Inferno
#1, Super Inferno #2 (01), Tom Jones (02), Bobby Duncum, Bill Watts, Jerry Oates, Rick Ferrara, Derrell Cochran, Buddy Colt, Sputnik
Monroe, Leon Ogle, Jack Welch (02), Bob Orton, Jr., Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Billy Spears, Ken Haugland, Taro Kobayoshi, and Akai
Yoshihara also participated / Notes: Oates substituted for the Medic (01) in the match against Welch. Roy Lee Welch replaced Sputnik
Monroe in the match against Spears, while Monroe substituted for Ricky Gibson in the match against Colt. The reported purse for the two-
ring battle royal was $2,500. Dykes managed the Infernos. It was announced that Louie Tillet, being billed as the United States Junior
Heavyweight Champion, and the Sheik would be wrestling in Columbus on August 22, 1973. It is unclear how Tillet came to be
recognized as champion. The last reference we have is an advertisement on November 29, 1972, that he would be wrestling in
Columbus soon.

August 17, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Stan Vachon vs. Derrell Cochran > Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara vs. Jerry Oates & Tom Jones (02) >
Handicap Match: Ricky Gibson vs. Billy Spears & Winston . > Buddy Colt vs. Rufus R. Jones > Indian Strap Match:
Bob Armstrong versus Bobby Duncum . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1
& Super Inferno #2 (01))* versus Ramon Torres & Bob Orton, Jr., ended in a no contest; the Infernos retained the title > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts* . ; Watts retained the title / Notes: The Lumberjack
substituted for Winston to team with Spears in the match against Gibson. Winston had claimed he had a cold, but wound up interfering in
the match. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Mr. Kleen was the special referee for the Torres and Orton, Jr.-Infernos match. Kleen
attacked Dykes during the match, bringing it to a chaotic end. The Infernos had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since
they went vs. Orton, Jr., and Wrestling #2 on August 4, 1973, in Atlanta. The winner of the Watts-Wrestling #2 match was to earn a future
shot at the NWA World Heavyweight Title. Watts was disqualified when he threw referee Leo Garibaldi into the path of a knee lift from
Wrestling #2, knocking him unconscious. Initially, this match was to be Watts versus Tim Woods, but Woods’ injury suffered at the
hands of Bobby Shane on August 11, 1973, forced Jones to change the match. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Woods on July 21, 1973, in Atlanta. The program for this card featured a full page regarding the
suspension of Shane, with a “paid advertisement.. by Shane Enterprises, featuring a petition fans could send to the NWA to
reinstate him, as he felt he was treated unfairly. It also featured the first column by Les Thatcher that became a staple in future programs,
titled “Wrestler’s Eye View… It was announced that Harley Race, who Jones had suspended on August 10, 1973, for attacking
Garibaldi the night before, had also been suspended throughout the nation by Sam Muchnick for his actions.

August 18, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ray Candy vs.
Bull Zomar > Tommy Seigler & the Super Gladiator vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > Wayne Cowan and Ted Oates . /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed
Assassin #2.

August 18, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Buddy Colt vs. Jerry Oates > Tom Jones (02) & Rufus R. Jones vs. the Demon (02) & the Lumberjack >
Jack Welch (02) & Roy Lee Welch vs. Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. It was announced on this episode that Bill Watts had been
stripped of the Georgia Heavyweight Title pending a rematch against Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) on August 31, 1973. The reason given was
that it was suspected Watts deliberately got himself disqualified in a title match against Wrestling #2 on August 17, 1973. Watts had
been the reigning champion since he went vs. Tim Woods on July 21, 1973, in Atlanta. Watts joined Solie and Thatcher to respond to
the allegations, claiming referee Leo Garibaldi was clumsy and simply fell into a knee lift from Wrestling #2, rather than Watts pushing
him, as Garibaldi and Wrestling #2 claimed.

August 18, 1973 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – Richmond Academy Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson & Leo Garibaldi & Ramon Torres versus Bobby Shane & Billy Spears & Winston > Bill
Watts versus Mr. Kleen > Bill Watts versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Winston escorted Shane to the ring.

August 21, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ted Oates versus Red Wells > Wayne Cowan versus Chief Thundercloud > Bull Zomar versus Mil Mascaras > Jack Armstrong & Rock
Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) & Oki Shikina versus Tommy Seigler & Pepper Gomez & Argentina Apollo & El Mongol > Tarzan Tyler versus
the Super Gladiator > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker* vs. Ernie Ladd . for the title / Notes:
Hunter managed Assassin #2. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by his valet Chui. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee
for this card. Baker had been the reigning United States Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gomez on July 24, 1973, in Atlanta.
Oates participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Charlie Cook and Mitsu Arakawa would be wrestling in
Atlanta soon.

August 21, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Billy Spears . > Jerry Oates & Jim Wilson vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Bob Armstrong &
Ricky Gibson vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Tom Jones (02) & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus the Sheik ended in a no contest; Colt retained the title /
Notes: Abdullah Farouk managed the Sheik. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Colt had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight
Champion since he won a tournament on August 14, 1973, in Macon.

August 22, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jim Wilson & Sputnik Monroe versus Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Stan Vachon versus Bob Orton, Jr.
> Ten-Round Boxing Match: Billy Spears versus Jerry Oates > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno
#1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* versus Ricky Gibson & Tom Jones (02) > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Bobby Duncum* for the title > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Bob Armstrong . >
United States Heavyweight Title Match: the Sheik* versus Bill Watts / Notes: Duncum had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Bill Dromo on August 8, 1973, in Columbus. Following the Colt-Armstrong match, Ward held up the
Southeastern Heavyweight Title, pending a rematch at a later date. It is unclear as to how Colt came to be recognized as Southeastern
Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows Choo-Choo Lynn defending the title against Black Monster #1 on January 7,
1964, in Macon. Abdullah Farouk managed the Sheik. The Sheik had been the reigning United States Heavyweight Champion as
recognized by the Detroit, MI, office, since he went vs. Johnny Valentine on July 21, 1973, in Detroit. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It
is unclear as to how the Infernos became recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows
Roberto Soto and Argentina Apollo defending the title against Rocket Monroe and Skandor Akbar on September 16, 1972, in Columbus.
Soto and Apollo had defected to the All-South Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972. It was announced that Jack Brisco and Ramon
Torres would be wrestling in Columbus on August 29, 1973.

August 24, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus the Demon (02) > Jerry Oates versus Akai Yoshihara > Jim Wilson versus Taro
Kobayoshi > Billy Spears versus Sputnik Monroe > Buddy Colt versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ricky Gibson & Tom Jones (02) versus the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bob Armstrong & Ramon Torres & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Bobby Duncum
& Stan Vachon & Butcher Vachon > Battle Royal: Les Thatcher (Winner) / Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was
$5,000 and a trophy. According to reports, Monroe injured his back when he was tossed from the ring, and both Duncum and Colt had to
be taken to the hospital for minor injuries. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It was announced that Terry Funk would be wrestling on the
card on August 31, 1973. It was also announced that Freddie Blassie was being sent by the NWA to be the special referee for the
Georgia Heavyweight Title Wrestling #2-Bill Watts match on August 31, 1973. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Tim Woods on July 21, 1973, in Atlanta, but the title had been stripped from him on August 18, 1973,
following a match between the two on August 17, 1973. The program for this card featured an open letter from Shane Enterprises,
expressing disappointment in his “loyal subjects.. for minimal response on the petition he provided fans to send to the NWA to
push for his reinstatement. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card. Earlier in the day, an article appeared in the
Atlanta Constitution about a pending lawsuit whereas the Super Gladiator was pressing charges against Jack Brisco for slander and
harassment. The article exposed the Gladiator’s real name, referring to him as both Ricky Hunter and Charles Sprott, his legal name
used in the documents.

August 25, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Chief
Thundercloud vs. Oki Shikina > Ray Candy versus Ox Baker > Wayne Cowan versus the Champ / Notes: This was taped for the “All-
South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by his valet Chui.

August 25, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates & Ramon Torres vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Buddy Colt by
disqualification > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon & Butcher Vachon vs. Tom Jones (02) & Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) by
disqualification > Ricky Gibson vs. Super Inferno #1 / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling..
television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #1. Colt was disqualified in his match against
Orton, Jr., for removing one of Orton’s boots, which he had been wearing since taking it away from one of the Infernos on August 17,
1973. Colt returned the boot to Dykes, who joined Solie and Thatcher to announce he had paid Colt $1,000 for the return of the boot.

August 28, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Red Wells versus the Champ > Chief Thundercloud versus the Great Cornelio > Ted Oates versus the Golden Gladiator > Wayne Cowan
versus Argentina Apollo > Jack Armstrong & Rock Hunter versus Pepper Gomez & El Mongol > Charlie Cook versus Mitsu Arakawa >
Cage Match (No Disqualification): Tommy Seigler versus Assassin #2 (01) > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker* versus
the Super Gladiator / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by his valet Chui. Baker had been the
reigning United States Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Gomez on July 24, 1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith was credited as
being a referee for this card. Cook participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Mil Mascaras would be wrestling
in Atlanta soon.

August 28, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sputnik
Monroe vs. Akai Yoshihara > Jerry Oates vs. Taro Kobayoshi > Women’s Match: Ava Seedorff vs. Dottie Downs > Ramon Torres
& Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Billy Spears & Stan Vachon . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* vs. Ricky Gibson & Jim Wilson for the title > Tom Jones (02) & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts by countout > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* and Bob Armstrong went to a draw; Brisco
retained the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they
went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on August 7, 1973, in Macon. During the Brisco-Armstrong match, Armstrong reportedly dislocated
his shoulder and could not continue, and Brisco declined the victory, instead requesting it be called a draw. Brisco had been the reigning
NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX.

August 29, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) vs. Rick Ferrara > Tom Jones (02) & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Women’s
Match: Ava Seedorff vs. Dottie Downs > Buddy Colt & Super Inferno #1 vs. Jim Wilson & Ramon Torres > Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears
by disqualification > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Stan Vachon for the title > Bob Armstrong &
Ricky Gibson vs. Buddy Colt & Bobby Duncum > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Bill Watts for the title /
Notes: J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #1. Colt substituted for Super Inferno #2 (01) to team with Inferno #1 in the match against Wilson and
Torres. Winston interfered on behalf of Spears in the match against Oates, bringing the match to an end. Spears and Winston attacked
Oates after the bell until Orton, Jr., came to the rescue. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Duncum on August 22, 1973, in Columbus. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX. Eddie Smith and Ken Haugland were credited as being referees on this card.

August 31, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jim Wilson versus the Demon (02) > Rick Ferrara versus Akai Yoshihara > Ricky Gibson versus Jerry Oates
> Ramon Torres versus Buddy Colt > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon versus Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) > Tim Woods vs. Terry
Funk > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts for the title / Notes: Freddie Blassie
was the special referee for the Wrestling #2-Watts match. This was a rematch to determine a new champion since Watts had been
stripped on August 18, 1973. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Woods on July 21, 1973,
in Atlanta, but the title had been stripped from him on August 18, 1973, following a match between the two on August 17, 1973. Although
no results from the match between Colt and Torres have been found, Colt reportedly injured Torres’ knee as part of a bounty paid by
Vachon. It was announced that Jack Brisco and Vivian Vachon would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. There was an advertisement in the
program for this card for Vachon’s “Wrestling Queen.. film.

September 1, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Charlie Cook
over Red Wells > Assassin #2 (01) and the Super Gladiator . > El Mongol vs. the Missouri Mauler . >
Chief Thundercloud vs. Wayne Cowan . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling..
television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by
his valet Chui.

September 1, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Taro Kobayoshi > Jack Welch (02) vs. Super Inferno #1 . > Tim Woods
& Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Billy Spears & Stan Vachon > Bobby Duncum vs. Jim Wilson > Bob Armstrong and Buddy Colt went to a
draw / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les
Thatcher. J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #1. Bill Watts joined Solie and Thatcher, and accused Freddie Blassie of being paid off by
Wrestling #2 to be biased as the referee for their match on August 31, 1973, and proclaimed himself the true Georgia Heavyweight
Champion. Wrestling #2 had gone vs. Watts on August 31, 1973, in Atlanta for the title. Watts had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Woods on July 21, 1973, in Atlanta, but the title had been stripped from him on August 18,
1973, following a match between the two on August 17, 1973.

September 3, 1973 (Monday) – Savannah, GA (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) Notes: A card was
advertised for this date, but no information is available. However, it was reported that the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01)) were stripped of the Georgia Tag Team Title, for deliberately getting themselves disqualified for the title. The reports
did not name their opponents. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Bob Orton, Jr., and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) on August 4, 1973, in Atlanta.

September 4, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Koa Tiki versus the Demon (02) > John Black & Bull Zomar versus Chief Thundercloud & Chief Little Eagle > Goliath versus El
Mongol > Jack Armstrong & Rock Hunter & Oki Shikina versus Charlie Cook & Ray Candy & the Super Gladiator > Bob Ellis versus the
Missouri Mauler > Brass Knuckles Match: Tommy Seigler versus Assassin #2 (01) > Texas Death Match: Ernie Ladd versus Ox Baker /
Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by his valet Chui. Charlie Smith was
credited as being a referee for this card. Argentina Apollo participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Mil
Mascaras would be wrestling on the card on September 11, 1973. The program for this card featured a piece on Armstrong, examining
the two different sides of him, noting he had once been pushing 300 pounds and was now around 200, and also mentioning his passion
for coin collecting.

September 4, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Derrell Cochran vs. Taro Kobayoshi > Stan Vachon and Jack Welch (02) . > Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates versus Billy
Spears & Buddy Colt > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Ricky Gibson & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (01)) * . ; the Infernos retained the title > Lumberjack Match: Tom Jones (02) & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on August 7, 1973, in Macon. It was announced that Bearcat Brown, Little
Bruiser, and Billy the Kid (01) would be wrestling in Macon on September 11, 1973, and that Freddie Blassie would be wrestling in
Macon soon.

September 5, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Stan Vachon > Tom Jones (02) versus Super Inferno #2 (01) > Jerry Oates & Bob
Orton, Jr., versus Billy Spears & Winston > Bill Watts & Bobby Duncum versus Jim Wilson & Ricky Gibson > Columbus Heavyweight Title
Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Super Inferno #1 > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt
versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion
since he went vs. Duncum on August 22, 1973, in Columbus. The Colt-Armstrong match was a rematch from August 22, 1973,
whereas Ward held up the Southeastern Heavyweight Title. Colt had been billed as Southeastern Heavyweight Champion for the August
22, 1973, match. It was announced that Little Bruiser and Billy the Kid (01) would be wrestling in Columbus on September 12, 1973.

September 7, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rick Ferrara versus Jerry Oates > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* versus
Ava Seedorff > Jim Wilson & Bearcat Brown versus Billy Spears & Winston > Ricky Gibson & Bob Orton, Jr., versus the Super Infernos
(01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Tom Jones (02) versus Stan Vachon > Texas Death Tornado Tag Team Match: Bill
Watts & Buddy Colt versus Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Texas Death Match: Bobby Duncum vs. Bob Armstrong / Notes: J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos. Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September
18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. It was announced that Jack Brisco would defend the NWA World Heavyweight Title against Wrestling #2 on
September 14, 1973. It was also announced that Vivian Vachon would be on the card on September 28, 1973.

September 8, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Charlie Cook
over Goliath > the Missouri Mauler vs. Kubla Khan > the Super Gladiator vs. Ox Baker > Jack Armstrong versus Argentina Apollo /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter
managed the Mauler.

September 8, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Vachon . > Tom Jones (02) & Bob Armstrong versus the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) . > Buddy Colt vs. Rick Ferrara / Notes: This was
taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. Solie interviewed Bobby Shane in a taped segment discussing Shane’s suspension. Shane said he had
been working to be reinstated, but neither Welch, Jones, nor Sam Muchnick were willing to listen to reason. Welch joined Solie and
Thatcher to announce a tournament would be held on September 21, 1973 for the vacant Georgia Tag Team Title. The Infernos had been
the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Wrestling #2 and Bob Orton, Jr., on August 4, 1973, in Atlanta. However,
they were stripped of the title on September 3, 1973. Welch also announced that Vachon had been fined $500 and put on probation for
the discovery of a weapon during his match against Tom Jones on September 7, 1973.

September 11, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > the Avenger (02) vs. the Champ > John Black vs. Chief Thundercloud > Tommy Seigler vs. Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook
over Bull Zomar . > the Super Gladiator vs. Jack Armstrong > Argentina Apollo & El Mongol vs. Rock Hunter &
Assassin #2 (01) > Ernie Ladd & Mil Mascaras vs. Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler . / Notes: Hunter managed
Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by his valet Chui. Thundercloud and Chui participated in an
autograph session for fans. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. The program we have for this card stated that .
..All-South Championship Wrestling.. would be seen from 6:00 to 7:00 PM on September 15, 1973, before returning to its normal
time slot the following week.

September 11, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Billy the Kid (01) vs. Little Bruiser > Tom Jones (02) and Stan Vachon . > Bobby Duncum vs. Bearcat
Brown > Jerry Oates & Leon Ogle vs. Billy Spears & Winston > Ricky Gibson & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Bob Armstrong ended in a no contest; Colt
retained the title > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Colt had been the reigning Columbus
Heavyweight Champion since he won a tournament on August 14, 1973, in Macon. Duncum was chained to a ring post during the
Wrestling #2-Watts match.

September 14, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Bearcat Brown > Midget Match: Billy the Kid (01) versus Little Bruiser > Ricky
Gibson versus Winston > Jerry Oates & Jim Wilson versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Buddy
Colt versus Sputnik Monroe > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon versus Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) > Bill Watts versus Tim Woods >
NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Brisco had
been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX. It was
announced that the Infernos, Duncum and Vachon, Armstrong and Jones, Ole Anderson and Gene Anderson, and the Samoans (01) (Tio
and Tapu) had already been entered into the one-night tournament on September 21, 1973 for the vacant Georgia Tag Team Title. Leo
Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card.

September 15, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Charlie
Cook vs. Rock Hunter . > Ray Candy and Assassin #2 (01) . > the Super Gladiator vs. John Black /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed
Assassin #2.

September 15, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Taro Kobayoshi versus Super Inferno #2 (01) / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. Tim Woods joined Solie and Thatcher to say he wanted
Bobby Shane reinstated from the suspension he was put on by Jones on August 11, 1973, following an attack that resulted in Woods
requiring a leg brace. When Solie asked Woods why he would want Shane’s suspension lifted, he wouldn’t answer. Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) later told Solie that Woods has his reasons, but he won’t say why either. J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #2.

September 18, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > John Black & Bull Zomar versus Tracy Rivers & Chief Thundercloud > Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Wayne Cowan*
versus Ted Oates > World Light Heavyweight Title Match: the Golden Gladiator* versus Argentina Apollo > Tommy Seigler & Charlie Cook
& El Mongol versus Rock Hunter & Mitsu Arakawa & Assassin #2 (01) > Ray Candy versus the Missouri Mauler > United States
Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker* versus Pepper Gomez > Mask versus Mask Match: Assassin #2 (01) and the Super Gladiator went to
a . / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Thundercloud was escorted to the ring by his valet Chui. It is unclear as to
the origin of the Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title, and how Cowan came to be recognized as such. The Gladiator had been billed as the
reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion since May 29, 1973. Baker had been the reigning United States Heavyweight Champion
since he went vs. Gomez on July 24, 1973, in Atlanta. Seigler participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that
Tarzan Tyler would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

September 18, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Leon Ogle & Jim Wilson vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Midget Tag Team Match: Little Canada & the Haiti Kid vs. Johnny Reb
& Little Bruiser > Macon Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt* for the title > Jerry
Oates vs. Billy Spears . > Texas Tornado Tag Team Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Bobby Duncum & Bill
Watts vs. Tom Jones (02) & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01))* vs. Ricky Gibson & Bob Orton, Jr. for the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been
the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill Dromo on August 7, 1973, in Macon. Spears was
disqualified when Winston interfered in his match against Oates. Colt had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since he
won a tournament on August 14, 1973, in Macon.

September 21, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Midget Match: Johnny Reb versus Cowboy Lang > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament:
the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) to advance; Bob Armstrong & Tom
Jones (02) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson to advance; Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon vs. Ricky Gibson & Bob Orton, Jr. to
advance; Armstrong & Jones vs. the Samoans to advance; Duncum & Vachon vs. Jerry Oates & Jim Wilson to advance; and Duncum
& Vachon vs. Armstrong & Jones for the title > No Time Limit Match: Tim Woods versus Bill Watts > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went
over Orton, Jr., and Wrestling #2 on August 4, 1973, in Atlanta. However, they were stripped of the title on September 3, 1973. Jack
Crawford managed the Samoans. There were two referees for the Woods-Watts match. It was announced that Jones and Welch were
negotiating with Danny Hodge for future dates. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card.

September 22, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Rock
Hunter vs. Dick Steinborn > the Missouri Mauler vs. Bearcat Wilkerson > Charlie Cook vs. the Demon (02) > Ted Oates and the
Golden Gladiator . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted
by Ed Capral. Hunter managed the Mauler.

September 22, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) & Bob Armstrong vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Stan Vachon by
disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie
and Les Thatcher. Jack Crawford managed the Samoans. A tape sent in by Terry Funk and Dory Funk, Jr., was shown, where Terry
claimed he lost against Woods on August 31, 1973, because Woods used his leg brace as a weapon, and the loss cost him a shot at
the NWA World Heavyweight Title. They vowed if they could not get the NWA to do something about it, they would seek revenge on their
own. It was announced that Sam Muchnick had lifted the suspension on Bobby Shane, based on pleas from Woods to do so, but in order
to be reinstated he must first agree to wrestle on television, something Shane had been avoiding prior to his suspension.

September 25, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Ted Oates versus Goldie Rogers > Wayne Cowan versus Whipper Watson, Jr. > John Black & Bull Zomar versus Argentina
Apollo & Chief Little Eagle > Jack Armstrong versus El Mongol > Dick Steinborn & Assassin #1 (01) versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2
(01) > Charlie Cook versus Ox Baker > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Missouri Mauler vs. Ray Candy* for the title / Notes:
Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs.
Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in Atlanta. Although it was widely known that Assassin #1 was Tom Renesto, he began wrestling under
a mask. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. The Super Gladiator participated in an autograph session for fans. It
was announced that Ernie Ladd would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. It was also announced that the next card in Atlanta would be October
9, 1973. The program we have for this card states that the television tapings at the WTCG studios for “All-South Championship
Wrestling.. would change to 2:00 to 3:00 PM each Saturday on October 6, 1973.

September 25, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Medic (01) > Derrell Cochran & Sputnik Monroe vs. Taro Kobayoshi & Akai Yoshihara > Jerry Oates & Leon Ogle
over Billy Spears & Winston . > Women’s Match: Vivian Vachon versus Vicky Williams > Bob Armstrong & Ricky
Gibson vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon & Bill Watts vs. Tom
Jones (02) & Jim Wilson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Battle Royal: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) (Winner); Bobby Duncum, Bob Armstrong, J.C.
Dykes, Super Inferno #1, Super Inferno #2 (01), Tom Jones (02), Leon Ogle, Jerry Oates, Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Bill Watts, Derrell
Cochran, Taro Kobayoshi, Akai Yoshihara, Ricky Gibson, Sputnik Monroe, Bob Orton, Jr., Billy Spears, the Medic, Winston, Jim Wilson,
and Stan Vachon also participated / Notes: Dykes managed the Infernos. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,500. It
was announced that Danny Hodge, Robert Fuller, Roberto Soto, and Bob Orton, Sr., would be on the card on the October 2, 1973.

September 28, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters /
Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller & Jerry Oates vs. Billy Spears & Winston > Women’s Match: Vivian Vachon vs.
Joyce Grable (02) > Ricky Gibson & Tom Jones (02) and the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) went to a
draw > Hiro Matsuda vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Arm Wrestling Contest: Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum > Bobby Duncum vs. Bob
Armstrong > Tim Woods & Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Vachon & Buddy Colt & Killer Brooks > North American
Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts* versus Freddie Blassie ended in a no contest; Watts retained the title / Notes: Oates substituted for
Jim Wilson to team with Fuller in the match against Spears and Winston. Les Thatcher was the special referee for the Duncum-
Armstrong match, as well as the arm wrestling contest. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Orton, Jr.-Matsuda match was to earn a
match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title. Watts had been billed as North American Heavyweight Champion, as recognized by
the Tulsa, OK, office, since he went vs. the Stomper in July 1972, although when he left that territory, he lost recognition there. As a
result, this version defended in Florida, as well as for the Tampa, FL, office during this period, was seen as a different version than the
one Watts had actually won.

October 2, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. the Medic (01) > Ricky Gibson and Stan Vachon . > Tom Jones (02) vs. Jim Dalton > Jerry Oates & Leon Ogle
& Roberto Soto vs. Bobby Duncum & Billy Spears & Winston > Bill Watts vs. Bob Orton, Sr. > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob
Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* . ; the
Infernos retained the title > NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Danny Hodge* vs. Bob Orton, Jr. for the title / Notes: J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Bill
Dromo on August 7, 1973, in Macon. Hodge had been the reigning NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Dr. X
on March 20, 1972, in Shreveport, LA.

October 5, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller vs. Jim Dalton > Ricky Gibson & Roberto Soto vs. Bobby Shane & Billy Spears > Bob
Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) vs. Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon . > Bob Orton, Sr., versus Buddy Colt > NWA World
Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Danny Hodge* versus Hiro Matsuda > Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Jr., vs. Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) / Notes: Hodge had been the reigning NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Dr. X on March 20, 1972, in
Shreveport, LA. It was announced that Shane had fired Winston for incompetence, replacing him with a new female valet whose name is
unclear to us at this time, but she escorted him to the ring, and then never shows up again in our research. Shane said Winston not only
did not help get him reinstated from his suspension, but failed to distribute petitions on his behalf calling for reinstatement. It was also
announced that suspensions on Bill Dromo and Harley Race had been lifted by Sam Muchnick. Race had been suspended by Jones for
attacking referee Leo Garibaldi on August 10, 1973. We have not found anything that explains why Dromo was suspended.

October 6, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Missouri
Mauler vs. Jesse James (02) > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Jack Armstrong & Ox Baker . > Wayne Cowan versus
Whipper Watson, Jr. / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.
Beginning on this date, tapings changed to 2:00 to 3:00. Rock Hunter managed the Mauler.

October 6, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Shane & Hiro Matsuda vs. Buddy Wayne (01) & Bob Orton, Jr. > Tom Jones (02) vs. Jim Dalton >
Bobby Duncum vs. Jim Wilson > Robert Fuller & Ricky Gibson vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) >
Tim Woods vs. Buddy Colt . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

October 9, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Pat Kelly (02) versus Goldie Rogers > Wayne Cowan versus Mike Kelly > John Black & Bull Zomar versus Pepper Gomez & Prince
Pullins > No Disqualification Match: Jack Armstrong versus El Mongol > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)
over Tommy Seigler & the Super Gladiator* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Missouri Mauler* versus Charlie Cook >
WWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Ellis* versus Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. The Mauler had
been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Ray Candy on September 25, 1973, in Atlanta. Seigler and the
Gladiator had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Hunter and Assassin #2 on July 31, 1973, in
Atlanta. Ellis had been the reigning WWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Baron Von Raschke on March 31, 1973, in
Indianapolis, IN. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for the card. Mongol participated in an autograph session for fans.

October 9, 1973 (Tuesday) – Douglasville, GA – National Guard Armory (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Donna Christianello versus Debbie Johnson > Les Thatcher versus Roy Lee Welch >
Stan Vachon versus Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Leo Garibaldi was advertised as being the referee for the card. This card was sponsored by
the Winston Ruritans of Winston, GA.

October 9, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Dalton and Jerry Oates . > Leon Ogle vs. Winston > Ricky Gibson vs. Billy Spears > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match:
the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* vs. Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto for the title > Macon
Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* vs. Bobby Duncum for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)*
over Bill Watts for the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been billed as Southeastern Tag Team
Champions since August 22, 1973. Armstrong had been the reigning Columbus Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Buddy Colt
on September 18, 1973, in Macon. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Watts on
August 31, 1973, in Atlanta.

October 12, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) and Lester Welch – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Pepe Lopez > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto > Robert Fuller & Jerry Oates versus
the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Roy Lee Welch versus Hiro Matsuda > Texas Tornado Tag Team
Match: Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) versus Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)*
versus Buddy Colt > Ricky Gibson & Tim Woods versus Bill Watts & Bobby Shane / Notes: Wrestling #2 had vowed to unmask if he could
not defeat Colt. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Watts on August 31, 1973, in
Atlanta. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It was announced that Jones and Welch were negotiating with Pat O’Connor to wrestle in
Atlanta, and were also bidding to have a title match between NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jack Brisco and Dory Funk, Jr., in
Atlanta. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card. The program for this card was the final one referencing Welch as co-
promoter with Jones. It was around this time that Jim Barnett purchased shares of the company that were owned by Lester Welch and
Roy Welch, resulting in their ousting.

October 13, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Super
Gladiator vs. the Missouri Mauler . > Ox Baker and El Mongol . > Tommy Seigler vs. Bull Zomar / Notes:
This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Ray Candy joined Capral
and announced he was demanding a rematch against the Missouri Mauler for the Georgia Heavyweight Title. The Gladiator also told
Capral he wanted the Georgia Heavyweight Title, and was also looking to meet Baker for the United States Heavyweight Title. Rock
Hunter managed the Mauler.

October 13, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bobby Shane & Hiro Matsuda vs. Roy Lee Welch & Buck Parks > Robert Fuller vs. Billy Spears > Bill Watts vs. Ricky Gibson > Bobby
Duncum & Stan Vachon vs. Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling..
television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.

October 16, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Argentina Apollo vs. Whipper Watson, Jr. > Tommy Seigler vs. Jack Armstrong > Pepper Gomez vs. Wayne Cowan > Prince Pullins
over Bull Zomar > El Mongol vs. Rock Hunter > Charlie Cook & Ray Candy vs. Tarzan Tyler & the Missouri Mauler > WWA World
Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Bob Ellis* vs. Ox Baker for the title > Lights Out Match: Assassin #1 (01) vs.
Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: The Super Gladiator was the special referee for the Assassin #1-Assassin #2 match. Hunter managed
Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Ellis had been the reigning WWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Baron Von Raschke on
March 31, 1973, in Indianapolis, IN. Tim Geohagen was credited as being a referee for the card. Pullins participated in an autograph
session for fans. The program for this card featured a photo of Ellis being inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame at the Chicago
International Amphitheater.

October 16, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash versus Jerry Usher > Robert Fuller vs. Gene Lewis > Bobby Shane vs. Ricky Gibson > Roberto Soto vs. Hiro Matsuda > Macon
Tag Team Title Match: Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* by
disqualification; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they went vs. Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong on August 7, 1973, in Macon.

October 19, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Gene Lewis versus Bobby Cash > Robert Fuller versus Stan Vachon > Roberto Soto versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Bob
Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Football Match: Bobby Duncum
versus Jim Wilson > Ricky Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Bill Watts & Hiro Matsuda > Tim Woods versus Bobby Shane / Notes: J.
C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It was announced that Jones had secured a title match between NWA World Heavyweight Champion
Jack Brisco and Dory Funk, Jr., with a date to be set soon. The Duncum-Wilson match had both donning football helmets and
shoulderpads, with Duncum trying to get past Wilson to get a $100 bill from Wilson’s turnbuckle, and only football blocking tactics
were allowed. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

October 20, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler
over Rock Hunter > the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) vs. Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly > Oki Shikina and Whipper Watson, Jr., .
/ Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. George Cannon
managed the Mongols.

October 20, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto vs. Super Inferno #1 > Robert Fuller vs. Jim Dalton > Tim Woods & Ricky Gibson vs. Gene Lewis & Hiro Matsuda >
Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon vs. Jerry Barber & Bobby Cash / Notes: This was taped for
the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. J.C. Dykes managed
Inferno #1. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

October 23, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Tommy Seigler versus Goldie Rogers > Jack Armstrong versus Argentina Apollo > Oki Shikina versus the Super Gladiator > Pepper
Gomez & Prince Pullins & El Mongol versus Ox Baker & the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match: Rock
Hunter* versus Assassin #1 (01) > Tarzan Tyler versus the Missouri Mauler > WWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Ellis* versus
Assassin #2 (01) / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. Hunter had been billed as the reigning Georgia Brass Knucks
Champion since January 30, 1973. George Cannon managed the Mongols. Although he continued to be billed as Assassin #1, Tom
Renesto, who was also often still referred to by his name, removed the mask again beginning with this card. Ellis had been the reigning
WWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Baron Von Raschke on March 31, 1973, in Indianapolis, IN. Ellis participated in
an autograph session for fans. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as being referees for the card. It was announced that
Dick the Bruiser would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. It was also announced that the ticket office would soon move from 39 Houston Street
to 20 Ivy Street.

October 23, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Roy Lee Welch > Bobby Cash vs. Pepe Lopez > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs. Rita Cortez > Robert Fuller &
Roberto Soto and Bobby Shane & Hiro Matsuda . > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): the Super
Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) * versus Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no contest; the Infernos
retained the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they
went vs. Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong on August 7, 1973, in Macon.

October 26, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Jim Dalton > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Pepe Lopez > Hiro Matsuda vs. Bobby Cash > Robert Fuller &
Roberto Soto vs. the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Tim Woods vs. J.J. Dillon > Loser Leaves Match:
Bobby Shane vs. Ricky Gibson > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Disqualification): Bobby
Duncum & Stan Vachon* versus Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) . / Notes: The winner of the Woods-Dillon match
had to force the other to submit to a sleeper hold. Dillon was brought in by Shane as a henchman to take out Woods. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. Inferno #2 was carried off on a stretcher following the match against Fuller and Soto, and it was speculated his
leg was broken. The Duncum/Vachon-Armstrong/Jones match ended when the referee was knocked unconscious, and a second referee
came in, and just as he counted Armstrong down by Duncum, the first referee came to and counted Vachon down by Jones. Jones held
up the title pending a rematch. Duncum and Vachon had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs.
Armstrong and Jones in a tournament final on September 21, 1973, in Atlanta. Ron West was credited as being a referee on this card.
George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. It was announced that NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jack Brisco and
Dory Funk, Jr., would wrestle each other in a title match on the card November 2, 1973.

October 27, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Gorilla Watts
over John Black > Georgia Television Title Match: the Super Gladiator vs. Tommy Seigler* for the title > Geto vs. the Avenger (02) /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. George Cannon
managed Geto. Seigler had been billed as the reigning Georgia Television Champion since July 20, 1973.

October 27, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon* for the title > Hiro Matsuda vs.
Pepe Lopez > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Tony Charles > Roberto Soto & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (02)) > Jack Brisco vs. J.J. Dillon / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. During the match against Soto and Orton, Jr., Inferno #2 was unmasked, but his head was quickly covered and his identity
could not be revealed. Fuller joined Solie and Thatcher, noting how neither of the Infernos seemed to have been injured, despite injuries
suffered on October 26, 1973, and also that one of them did not even have the same build as the Infernos. This led to speculation that
despite Dykes claiming no serious damage to the leg of Inferno #2 injured the night before was done, he was likely lying, and would
apparently put different men under the mask. Following the loss to Armstrong and Fuller, Duncum and Vachon immediately began
complaining that the title should not have been on the line, claiming they signed to face Armstrong and Tom Jones (02). Duncum and
Vachon had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and Jones in a tournament final on
September 21, 1973, in Atlanta. However, the title had been held up following a controversial conclusion to a match on October 26, 1973,
where Duncum and Vachon faced Armstrong and Jones. Paul Jones explained that he made the decision to have the rematch after
consulting Sam Muchnick the night before, but Tom Jones had already caught a flight to another town for a match and could not be in the
match, thus allowing Armstrong to select another partner.

October 30, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Mike Kelly versus Whipper Watson, Jr. > Pat Kelly (02) vs. Bull Zomar . > Gorilla Watts vs. Wayne Cowan > Rock
Hunter and Argentina Apollo . > Ox Baker versus the Super Gladiator . > Tommy Seigler & Charlie
Cook and the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) . > Texas Death Match: the Missouri Mauler vs. Tarzan Tyler > Assassin #1 (01)
over Assassin #2 (01) . / Notes: Hunter was handcuffed to El Mongol during the Assassin #1-Assassin #2 match, but
the Enforcer (01) managed to interfere on behalf of Assassin #2. Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon
managed the Mongols. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as being referees for the card. The Gladiator participated in an
autograph session for fans. It was announced that Edouard Carpentier would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The program we have for this
card shows the ticket office was now located at 20 Ivy Street, between Edgewood Avenue and Auburn Avenue.

October 30, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim
Wilson vs. the Medic (01) > Robert Fuller vs. Jim Dalton > Tom Jones (02) vs. Pepe Lopez > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bob Orton,
Jr. > Bobby Duncum & Bobby Shane vs. Bobby Cash & Roberto Soto > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No
Time Limit / No Countout): Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (02))* to
win the title / Notes: George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been
the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong on August 7, 1973, in Macon.

November 2, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pepe Lopez and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Eddie Graham vs. Jim Dalton > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bobby Cash >
Hiro Matsuda vs. Jim Wilson > Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(02)) > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon vs. Robert Fuller & Roberto Soto > Bobby Shane vs. Tim Woods > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Bill Watts vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Dory Funk, Jr., to
retain the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. The winner of the
Woods-Shane match had to force the other to submit to a sleeper hold. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Watts on August 31, 1973, in Atlanta. The Brisco-Funk, Jr., match was billed as the “Match of the
Century… Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in
Houston, TX. Jones was presented a plaque by Norman Keitzer, introduced as the President of the Wrestling Writers Association of
America, as he was inducted into the WWAA Hall of Fame. It was announced that Pat O’Connor, Rufus R. Jones, Bobo Brazil, and
Freddie Blassie would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. The program for this card noted that Vicky Williams and Joyce Grable (02) went vs.
Toni Rose and Donna Christianello in New York, NY, on October 15 for the Women’s World Tag Team Title.

November 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Gorilla Watts
over Goldie Rogers > Ted Oates & Whipper Watson, Jr., vs. Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) > the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) vs.
Kubla Khan & the Super Gladiator / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted
by Ed Capral. Hunter managed Assassin #2. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

November 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tim Woods versus Hiro Matsuda > Robert Fuller vs. Bill Watts / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.

November 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Douglasville, GA – Auction Building (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., and Gorgeous George, Jr., . > Derrell Cochran vs. the Demon (02) > Roberto Soto vs. Jim
Dalton . > Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bobby Cash & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: George, Jr., was escorted to
the ring by his valet Frenchy.

November 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jim Wilson vs. the Medic (01) > Super Inferno #2 (02) vs. Tom Jones (02) > Hiro Matsuda and Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) . > Tim Woods vs. Bill Watts > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon /
Notes: J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #2.

November 4, 1973 (Sunday) – Athens, GA – J&J Center (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tom
Jones (02) vs. Derrell Cochran > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Randy Hoskins > Roberto Soto vs. Bobby Shane > Bob Armstrong & Jim Wilson
over Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon

November 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Ted Oates versus Goldie Rogers > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly versus Jack Armstrong & Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook versus
Bolo > Tommy Seigler versus Geto > Ray Candy versus the Missouri Mauler > Ox Baker versus Gorilla Watts > Handicap Match: El
Mongol & Assassin #1 (01) versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) & the Enforcer (01) / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2, the
Enforcer, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. Tim Geohagen was credited as being a referee for the card. Watts
participated in an autograph session for fans. The program for this card featured a piece on Charlie Smith.

November 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash vs. the Medic (01) > Dr. Evil vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Tom Jones (02) vs. Jim Dalton > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bobby Shane &
Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong*
over Stan Vachon for the title > Roberto Soto & Bobo Brazil vs. Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts / Notes: George, Jr., was escorted to
the ring by his valet Frenchy. Woods and Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. the
Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 and Super Inferno #2 (02)) on October 30, 1973, in Macon. It is unclear as to how Armstrong came
to be recognized as Southeastern Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows Armstrong wrestling Buddy Colt in a
rematch for the held up title on September 5, 1973, in Macon, but no result of that match has been found at this time. Colt had been billed
as Southeastern Heavyweight Champion, but the title had been held up following a match against Armstrong on August 22, 1973,
pending the aforementioned rematch.

November 7, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) & Bobby Cash vs. Jim Dalton & Pepe Lopez > Super Inferno #1 vs. Bob Orton, Jr. >
Roberto Soto vs. Gorgeous George, Jr., . > Texas Death Match: Eddie Graham vs. Stan Vachon > Bobby Shane &
Hiro Matsuda vs. Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Bob Armstrong & Bobo Brazil vs. Bill Watts & Bobby Duncum / Notes: J.C.
Dykes managed Inferno #1. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. The program for this card mentioned that George,
Jr., was the Columbus Heavyweight Champion at the time. It is unclear as to how he came to be recognized as such. The last reference
we have shows Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) defending the title against Super Inferno #1 on September 5, 1973, in Columbus.

November 9, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Dalton versus Bobby Cash > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Sputnik Monroe > Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto versus the Super
Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (02)) > Hiro Matsuda versus Ali Vaziri > Don Kernodle versus Gorgeous George, Jr. >
Bob Armstrong & Tom Jones (02) versus Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon > Bobby Shane versus Tim Woods > Bill Watts versus Robert
Fuller / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Lou Thesz was the special
referee for the Shane-Woods match. The program for this card noted that it was the first edition to be distributed as a state-wide
magazine. It also was the final program to include the advertisement for Lester Welch’s Silver Dollar Ranch on Route 1 in
Barnesville, which had begun in the program on December 1, 1972, and continued for a few weeks after Welch leaving the company in
October 1973.

November 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Gorilla
Watts vs. Goliath > Tommy Seigler vs. Wayne Cowan > Jack Armstrong vs. Whipper Watson, Jr. / Notes: This was taped for the .
..All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

November 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tim Woods vs. Ali Vaziri > Don Kernodle & Tom Jones (02) vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (02)) by
disqualification > Bill Watts vs. Bobby Cash > Bob Armstrong vs. Big Mac > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Hiro Matsuda .
/ Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.
During the Kernodle/Jones-Infernos match, a third Inferno (Super Inferno #2 (01)) charged the ring and interfered. J.C. Dykes managed
the Infernos.

November 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Ali Vaziri > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Don Kernodle > Lou Thesz vs. Hiro Matsuda >
Robert Fuller vs. Stan Vachon > Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum > Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (01)
(Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet
Frenchy.

November 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Wayne Cowan versus Whipper Watson, Jr. > Tommy Seigler versus the Super Gladiator > World Tag Team Title Match: the
Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo)* and Charlie Cook & Ray Candy went to a draw; the Mongols retained the title > the Missouri Mauler vs.
Argentina Apollo . > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Gorilla Watts vs. Ox Baker* by countout; Baker retained the
title > Cage Match (No Disqualification): Assassin #1 (01) & El Mongol vs. Assassin #2 (01) & the Enforcer (01) > Lights Out Match (No
Disqualification): Ted Oates versus Goldie Rogers / Notes: There was no referee for the Oates-Rogers match. Rock Hunter managed
Assassin #2, the Enforcer, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. It is unclear as to the origin of the World Tag Team
Title, and how the Mongols came to be recognized as such. Baker had been the reigning United States Heavyweight Champion since he
went vs. Pepper Gomez on July 24, 1973, in Atlanta. Cook participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that
Edouard Carpentier would be on the card on November 20, 1973. The program we have for this card still shows Gunkel’s column
billed as Mrs. Ray Gunkel, but this is the first we have showing where she signs off simply as “Ann… It also featured an
advertisement for Maria’s Restaurant, owned by El Mongol, noting a new location would be opening soon, in a bigger and better
location.

November 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Sputnik Monroe vs. El Gaucho > Tom Jones (02) vs. Tony Romano > Robert Fuller vs. Stan Vachon > the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Bobby Cash & Bob Orton, Jr. > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Lou Thesz & Tim Woods vs.
Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr.,* . ; Shane & George, Jr., retained the title > Texas Death Match: Bob Armstrong
over Bobby Duncum > Bill Watts vs. Roberto Soto / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Shane and George, Jr., had been the
reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Woods and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) on November 6, 1973, in Macon. George,
Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

November 14, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Cash vs. El Gaucho > Derrell Cochran vs. Tony Romano > Mixed Women’s Tag Team Match:
Debbie Johnson & Darling Dagmar vs. Paula Kaye & Diamond Lil > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Sputnik Monroe > Roberto Soto vs.
Hiro Matsuda . > Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Duncum > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts* vs. Bob Armstrong
to retain the title > Tim Woods vs. Bobby Shane / Notes: Lou Thesz was the special referee for the Shane-Woods match. George, Jr.,
was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) on November 2, 1973, in Atlanta. The program for this card mentioned that Armstrong was the Southeastern
Heavyweight Champion at the time. It is unclear as to how he came to be recognized as such. The last reference we have shows
Armstrong defending the title against Stan Vachon on November 6, 1973, in Macon. Prior to that, we have Armstrong wrestling Buddy Colt
in a rematch for the held up title on September 5, 1973, in Macon, but no result of that match has been found at this time. Colt had been
billed as Southeastern Heavyweight Champion, but the title had been held up following a match against Armstrong on August 22, 1973,
pending the aforementioned rematch. It was announced that Pat O’Connor, Haystacks Calhoun, and the Fabulous Moolah would be
wrestling on the card on November 21, 1973, and that Freddie Blassie and Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Columbus soon.

November 16, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto versus Pepe Lopez > Tony Romano & El Gaucho versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01)) > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. George Scott & Sandy Scott > Tom Jones (02) versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Tim
Woods versus Hiro Matsuda > Lou Thesz versus Bobby Shane > Georgia Tag Team Title Texas Death Match: Bob Armstrong & Robert
Fuller* vs. Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon for the title > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts* vs. Bobo Brazil to
retain the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by
his valet Frenchy. Armstrong and Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Duncum and Vachon
on October 27, 1973, in Atlanta. Watts had been billed as North American Heavyweight Champion, as recognized by the Tulsa, OK, office,
since he went vs. the Stomper in July 1972, although when he left that territory, he lost recognition there. As a result, this version
defended in Florida, as well as for the Tampa, FL, office during this period, was seen as a different version than the one Watts had
actually won. Danny Goddard was on hand to present Woods with a trophy, as he had been named Wrestler of the Year by the Wrestling
Fans International Association. In Jones’ column in the program for this card, he noted that wrestling was held in Athens at Mill Hall
Arena on Sundays, the Savannah Civic Center on Mondays, the Macon Coliseum on Tuesdays, the Columbus Municipal Auditorium on
Wednesdays, Allison’s Skating Rink in Albany on Thursdays, and Saturdays at the Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace and at the
Auction Building in Douglasville.

November 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Mongols
(02) (Geto & Bolo) vs. Bill Bowman & Ted Oates > Charlie Cook vs. Goldie Rogers > Tommy Seigler versus the Super Gladiator /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. George Cannon
managed the Mongols.

November 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto vs. Gorgeous George, Jr. > Hiro Matsuda vs. El Gaucho > Tom Jones (02) and Tony Romano . / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. Gary
Hart joined Solie and Thatcher, announcing that he had come into the area to scout talent, and after seeing the Samoans (01) (Tio and
Tapu), he decided he wanted them. After approaching their manager Jack Crawford and negotiating a price, Hart said he called his
mother and she was wiring the money to Crawford, and he was now the manager of the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring
by his valet Frenchy.

November 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Tony Romano > Bob Armstrong vs. El Gaucho > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Hiro Matsuda
> Bill Watts vs. Lou Thesz

November 18, 1973 (Sunday) – Athens, GA – J&J Center (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tom
Jones (02) versus Hiro Matsuda > Bobby Shane versus Roberto Soto > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Tim Woods & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.
George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

November 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Ted Oates versus Wayne Cowan > Tommy Seigler versus Rock Hunter > Dick Steinborn versus the Super Gladiator > No
Disqualification Match: Argentina Apollo versus the Missouri Mauler > Edouard Carpentier versus Tarzan Tyler > Ray Candy & Charlie
Cook & Gorilla Watts versus Ox Baker & the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Karate Match: Assassin #2 (01) versus El Mongol / Notes: The
match Carpentier-Tyler match was cancelled when Carpentier failed to appear. Ernie Ladd was the special referee for the
Candy/Cook/Watts-Baker/Mongols match. Following the Mongol-Assassin #2 match, Hunter and Assassin #2 attacked Mongol until
Assassin #1 (01) came out and cleared the ring. George Cannon managed the Mongols. Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler.
Candy participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tom
Jones (02) & Bob Orton, Jr., versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Jim Dalton versus Bobby Cash > Big Mac versus Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) > Pat O’Connor versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller & Roberto Soto vs. the Super Infernos (03)
(Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01) & Super Inferno #3) > Bobby Shane versus Tim Woods / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C.
Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

November 21, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Pepe Lopez > Tom Jones (02) versus Big Mac > Women’s World Title Match: the
Fabulous Moolah* vs. Debbie Johnson for the title > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Robert Fuller & Bobby Cash > Bob
Armstrong and Hiro Matsuda . > Pat O’Connor vs. Super Inferno #1 > Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby
Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., . > Battle Royal: Haystacks Calhoun (Winner); Tim Woods, Super Inferno #1, Pepe
Lopez, Derrell Cochran, Robert Fuller, Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Big Mac, Bobby Shane, Sputnik Monroe, Pat O’Connor, Bobby Cash,
Bob Armstrong, Hiro Matsuda, Tom Jones (02), Tio, and Tapu also participated / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed
Inferno #1. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,000.
Moolah had been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went vs. Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. It
was announced that Bill Dromo would be wrestling in Columbus on November 28, 1973, and that Freddie Blassie and Bobo Brazil
would be wrestling in Columbus soon.

November 23, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Dalton versus Bobby Cash > Sputnik Monroe versus Big Mac > Tom Jones (02) versus Hiro Matsuda > Pat O.
..Connor & Bob Orton, Jr., versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Tim Woods & Roberto
Soto > Ron Fuller versus Bill Watts > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller* vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) for the title / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet
Frenchy. Joe Louis was the special referee for the Armstrong/Fuller-Infernos match. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Armstrong and
Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Bobby Duncum and Stan Vachon on October 27, 1973,
in Atlanta. It was announced that Jones was negotiating with Luke Graham for some future dates.

November 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Mongols
(02) (Geto & Bolo) vs. Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly > Tommy Seigler vs. the Missouri Mauler . > Johnny Ringo (01) and
Fuji (02) . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed
Capral. Rock Hunter managed the Missouri Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

November 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Tom Jones (02) & Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Big Mac > Tim Woods and Pat O.
..Connor . > Roberto Soto and Mr. Olympic . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship
Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. Gary Hart the Samoans.

November 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Johnny Ringo (01) versus Fuji (02) > Round Robin Match: Ted Oates versus Wayne Cowan versus Jack Armstrong > Dick
Steinborn versus the Super Gladiator > Tommy Seigler versus Assassin #2 (01) > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Assassin #1 (01) versus
the Enforcer (01) > Texas Death Match: Ox Baker versus Gorilla Watts > Argentine Bolo Strap Match: Argentina Apollo versus the Missouri
Mauler > Ernie Ladd & Charlie Cook versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) / Notes: Ray Candy was the special referee for the Assassin
#1-Enforcer match. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2, the Enforcer, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. Charlie
Smith was credited as being a referee for the card. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

November 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Jim Dalton > Tom Jones (02) vs. Big Mac > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Bobby Cash & Bill Dromo > Robert
Fuller vs. Super Inferno #3 > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))
over Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts* by
disqualification > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr.,* vs. Pat O’Connor & Tim Woods for the
title / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It is unclear as to how the Armstrong and Soto became
recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows the Infernos defending the title against Soto and
Jones on October 9, 1973, in Macon. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Wrestling #2 on
November 2, 1973, in Atlanta. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Shane and George, Jr., had been the reigning
Macon Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Woods and Wrestling #2 on November 6, 1973, in Macon.

November 28, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) versus the Medic (01) > Derrell Cochran & Robert Fuller versus the Samoans (01) (Tio &
Tapu) > Bill Dromo & Tim Woods versus the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Columbus Heavyweight
Title Match: Gorgeous George, Jr.,* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts* versus Pat O.
..Connor / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.
George, Jr., had been billed as Columbus Heavyweight Champion since November 7, 1973. Watts had been billed as North American
Heavyweight Champion, as recognized by the Tulsa, OK, office, since he went vs. the Stomper in July 1972, although when he left that
territory, he lost recognition there. As a result, this version defended in Florida, as well as for the Tampa, FL, office during this period,
was seen as a different version than the one Watts had actually won. It was announced that Luke Graham, Bobo Brazil, and Rufus R.
Jones would be wrestling in Columbus on December 5, 1973. It was also announced that Freddie Blassie, Bearcat Brown, Don Greene,
Buddy Colt, Rick Ferrara, and Sardo the Great would be wrestling in Columbus soon.

November 29, 1973 (Thursday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch versus Frenchy / Notes: It was reported that Welch risked $500 if he could not defeat Frenchy.

November 30, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bearcat Brown versus Big Mac > Bobby Cash versus Luke Graham > Bill Dromo & Tom Jones (02) versus the Samoans
(01) (Tio & Tapu) > Pat O’Connor versus Hiro Matsuda > Tim Woods & Roberto Soto versus Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr. >
North American Heavyweight Title Lumberjack Match: Bill Watts* versus Bobo Brazil > Loser Leaves Match: Bob Armstrong & Robert
Fuller versus the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed
the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Watts had been billed as North American Heavyweight Champion,
as recognized by the Tulsa, OK, office, since he went vs. the Stomper in July 1972, although when he left that territory, he lost
recognition there. As a result, this version defended in Florida, as well as for the Tampa, FL, office during this period, was seen as a
different version than the one Watts had actually won. It was announced that Freddie Blassie would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

December 1, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Viking
(02) vs. Tracy Rivers > Gorilla Watts vs. Ox Baker . > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook and Assassin #2 (01) & the Enforcer
(01) . > Wayne Cowan and the Champ . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship
Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Enforcer.

December 1, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Bobby Cash & Big Mac > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Luke Graham & Hiro Matsuda > Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jim Dalton > Roberto Soto vs. Mr. Olympic / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. Gary Hart the Samoans.

December 1, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Paula Kaye versus Daisy Mae (01) > Big Mac versus Roy Lee Welch > Bob Orton, Jr.,
versus Hiro Matsuda > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Tom Jones (02) versus the Super Infernos (03) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno
#2 (01) & Super Inferno #3) > Griffin Heavyweight Title Match: Robert Fuller versus Gorgeous George, Jr. / Notes: It was reported that the
winner of the Fuller-George match would receive $1,000. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. It is unclear as to the
origin of the Griffin Heavyweight Title, and who was the defending champion in the Fuller-George, Jr., match. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos.

December 4, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Mike Kelly versus the Viking (02) > Pat Kelly (02) versus the Enforcer (01) > Jack Armstrong versus Bearcat Wilkerson >
Tommy Seigler & Johnny Ringo (01) versus Oki Shikina & Fuji (02) > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook & the Super Gladiator versus Ox Baker &
the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Wayne Cowan* versus Ted Oates > Texas Death Cage Match:
Argentina Apollo versus the Missouri Mauler / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Enforcer and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the
Mongols. Cowan had been billed as the reigning Georgia Junior Heavyweight Champion since September 18, 1973. The Kellys
participated in an autograph session for fans.

December 4, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tom
Jones (02) vs. Sardo the Great . > Roberto Soto & Rufus R. Jones and the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) .
> Mask versus $500: Robert Fuller vs. Super Inferno #3 > Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr.
> Bob Armstrong & Bobo Brazil vs. Bill Watts & Luke Graham / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed Infernos #3.
George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

December 7, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bobby Cash and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Roberto Soto versus Sardo the Great > Handicap Match: Haystacks
Calhoun vs. Big Mac & the Masked Marvel (18) > Rufus R. Jones vs. Hiro Matsuda > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Bob
Armstrong & Derrell Cochran > Tim Woods vs. Gorgeous George, Jr. > Bobby Shane vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Robert Fuller & the
Sheik vs. Bill Watts & Luke Graham . / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart the Samoans.
George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

December 8, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Argentina
Apollo vs. Fuji (02) . > Assassin #2 (01) & the Enforcer (01) vs. Tommy Seigler & Johnny Ringo (01) > Charlie Cook &
Ray Candy and the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling..
television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Enforcer. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

December 8, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Rufus R. Jones vs. the Masked Marvel (18) > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Roberto Soto & Bob Orton, Jr. > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Gorgeous George, Jr., . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. Gary Hart the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

December 11, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus the Champ > Ted Oates versus Fuji (02) > Ernie Ladd versus Ox Baker > Dick Steinborn & Gorilla Watts versus
Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler > Tommy Seigler & Argentina Apollo versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Ray Candy versus
the Super Gladiator / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. Charlie Smith
and Bobby Simmons were credited as being referees for the card. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

December 11, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bobby Cash vs. the Invader (01) > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Robert Fuller & Tom Jones (02) > Sardo the Great vs. Bob
Orton, Jr. > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Freddie Blassie
versus Luke Graham . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane &
Gorgeous George, Jr.,* . ; Shane & George, Jr., retained the title / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed
the Infernos. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Shane and George, Jr., had been the reigning Macon Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Woods and Wrestling #2 on November 6, 1973, in Macon.

December 12, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) and Sardo the Great . > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Bob Orton, Jr., &
Roberto Soto > Freddie Blassie & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Luke Graham & Gorgeous George, Jr. > the Super Infernos (02) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) vs. Tim Woods & Bob Armstrong / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.
George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

December 14, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bobby Cash vs. Luke Graham > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Luke Graham versus Bearcat Brown > Ron
Fuller vs. Hiro Matsuda > Roberto Soto & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane & Sardo the Great > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller* vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) for the title > Tim Woods vs. Pat O’Connor > North
American Heavyweight Title Match: Freddie Blassie vs. Bill Watts* . / Notes: Graham substituted for Don Greene in the
match against Cash. The Graham-Brown match was cancelled for unknown reasons. Gary Hart the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted
to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Armstrong and Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Bobby
Duncum and Stan Vachon on October 27, 1973, in Atlanta. Following the Blassie-Watts match, the title was held up pending a rematch
on December 28, 1973. Watts had been billed as North American Heavyweight Champion, as recognized by the Tulsa, OK, office, since
he went vs. the Stomper in July 1972, although when he left that territory, he lost recognition there. As a result, this version defended in
Florida, as well as for the Tampa, FL, office during this period, was seen as a different version than the one Watts had actually won.

December 15, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Thunderbolt
Patterson vs. Oki Shikina > Ted Oates vs. Wayne Cowan > Assassin #2 (01) vs. Tommy Seigler > Dick Steinborn versus Geto /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter
managed Assassin #2. George Cannon managed Geto.

December 15, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller* > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and
Les Thatcher. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Following the Shane/George, Jr.-Armstrong/Fuller match, the title
was held up pending a rematch on December 21, 1973. This was done because Bill Watts had approached ringside during the match
and handed something to Shane, who then seemed to put the object against the face of Fuller, making it possible for a pinfall vs. the
suddenly unconscious Fuller. Afterward, a piece of cloth was discovered underneath the ring, but as Jones could not prove the cloth was
the object used, he made the decision to hold up the title and have a rematch. Armstrong and Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag
Team Champions since they went vs. Bobby Duncum and Stan Vachon on October 27, 1973, in Atlanta.

December 15, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Bobby Cash > Bob Armstrong & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) >
Handicap Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. J.C. Dykes & Super Inferno #2 (01) > Les Thatcher & Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Bobby
Shane & Luke Graham & Gorgeous George, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed Inferno #2. George, Jr., was
escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

December 17, 1973 (Monday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Black
Angus vs. Rick Ferrara > Rufus R. Jones vs. Sardo the Great > Robert Fuller & Tom Jones (02) vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) >
Les Thatcher vs. Bobby Shane > Rufus R. Jones & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Luke Graham & Gorgeous George, Jr. > Southeastern
Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* . for the title / Notes: Gary Hart managed Angus and the Samoans. J.C. Dykes
managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Armstrong and
Soto on November 27, 1973, in Macon. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Following the Thatcher-Shane match,
Ward overruled referee Frank Cochran for not reversing his decision after Ward informed him that Shane had used an illegal object
leading to a pinfall, and placed Cochran on probation for his refusal to do so. Ward also suspended Shane indefinitely for his actions.

December 18, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Wayne Cowan versus Johnny Ringo (01) > Ted Oates versus the Cougar (04) > Charlie Cook versus Fuji (02) > Tommy
Seigler versus Bolo > Dick Steinborn versus Geto > Georgia Television Title Match: the Super Gladiator* versus Argentina Apollo >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Assassin #2 (01) & the Enforcer (01)* versus Ray Candy & Gorilla Watts > United States Heavyweight Title
Match: Ox Baker* versus Ernie Ladd / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Enforcer. It is unclear as to how Assassin #2
and the Enforcer became recognized as Georgia Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows Hunter and Assassin #2
going vs. Seigler and the Gladiator on October 9, 1973, in Atlanta. George Cannon managed the Mongols. The Gladiator had been the
reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went vs. Seigler on October 27, 1973, in Atlanta. Baker had been the reigning United
States Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Pepper Gomez on July 24, 1973, in Atlanta. Ringo participated in an autograph
session for fans.

December 19, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Rick Ferrara versus Sardo the Great > Bobby Cash versus Black Angus > Derrell Cochran & Tom Jones (02)
versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Robert Fuller versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Bill Miller & Luke Graham versus Roberto Soto &
Rufus R. Jones > Cage Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Super Infernos
(02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: Gary Hart the Samoans. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. George, Jr., was
escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. It was announced that Bobo Johnson and Frenchy Lamont would be wrestling in Columbus
soon.

December 21, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Angus vs. Bearcat Brown > Lou Thesz vs. Luke Graham > Loser Leaves Match: Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears >
Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Rufus R. Jones and Rip Hawk . > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller by
disqualification for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Ron Fuller vs. Bill Watts* for the title
/ Notes: Gary Hart managed Angus and the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. The Shane/George, Jr.-
Armstrong/Fuller match was a rematch from December 15, 1973. Armstrong and Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team
Champions since they went vs. Bobby Duncum and Stan Vachon on October 27, 1973, in Atlanta. However, the title had been held up
following their match on December 15, 1973, in Atlanta, pending this rematch. Haystacks Calhoun was the special referee for the Fuller-
Watts match. Watts had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Wrestling #2 on November 2, 1973, in
Atlanta. It was reported that Wrestling #2 had filed a protest with the NWA, demanding a rematch against Watts for the Georgia
Heavyweight Title, but with Fuller going vs. Watts on this card, it became a moot point. The program for this card had a section wishing
everyone happy holidays from “Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and employees of Mid-South Sports, Inc: Jim Bell, Les Thatcher, Louise
Manning, Helen Usry, and Freddie Miller…

December 22, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Georgia
Junior Heavyweight Title Match: the Champ vs. Ted Oates* for the title > Ray Candy & Tommy Seigler versus Assassin #2 (01) & the
Enforcer (01) . > Bolo vs. Pat Kelly (02) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling..
television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Enforcer. George Cannon managed Bolo. It is
unclear as to how Oates became recognized as Georgia Junior Heavyweight Champion. The last reference we have shows Wayne
Cowan defending the title against Oates on December 4, 1973, in Atlanta.

December 22, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Bobby Cash > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. the Invader (01) & the Zebra Kid (02) > Jerry Lawler vs.
Bobby Starr > Black Angus vs. Rick Ferrara / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Gary Hart managed Angus.

December 22, 1973 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Black Angus vs. Bobby Cash > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto > Roy Lee
Welch vs. Rip Hawk > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart managed
Angus and the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

December 25, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the
Graduate versus the Champ > Johnny Ringo (01) versus the Cougar (04) > Jack Armstrong versus Gorilla Watts > Ray Candy versus
Lanny Poffo > Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Enforcer (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Enforcer.

December 25, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Leon Ogle vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Sputnik Monroe versus Gorgeous George, Jr., . > the Samoans (01) (Tio &
Tapu) vs. Derrell Cochran & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Bill Dromo vs. Luke Graham > Robert Fuller vs. J.C. Dykes > No Time Limit / No
Disqualification Match: Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) / Notes: It
was reported that 5,500 were in attendance for this card. Gary Hart managed Angus and the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the
ring by his valet Frenchy. J.C. Dykes was handcuffed to Dromo during the Armstrong/Fuller-Infernos match. There were two referees for
the match. Dykes managed the Infernos. The program for this card mentioned that Armstrong was the Southeastern Heavyweight
Champion at the time. It is unclear as to how he came to be recognized as such. The last reference we have is a reference in the
November 14, 1973, program, which references him as champion. Prior to that, we have Armstrong wrestling Buddy Colt in a rematch for
the held up title on September 5, 1973, in Macon, but no result of that match has been found at this time. Colt had been billed as
Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since, but the title had been held up following a match against Armstrong on August 22, 1973,
pending the aforementioned rematch. It also mentioned that George, Jr., and Bobby Shane were the Macon Tag Team Champions at the
time. It was announced that Rufus R. Jones, Bobo Johnson, Bobo Brazil, Frenchy Lamont, and Stan Vachon would be wrestling in Macon
soon.

December 28, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Luke Graham . > Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) and the Samoans (01) (Tio &
Tapu) . > Jerry Lawler vs. Sputnik Monroe > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts vs. Freddie Blassie to
retain the title > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Disqualification): Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr.,* vs. Bob Armstrong &
Robert Fuller for the title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Tim Woods for the title / Notes: Gary Hart
managed Shane, George, Jr., and the Samoans. Shane and George, Jr., had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since
they went vs. Armstrong and Fuller on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. The Watts-Blassie match was a rematch from December 14,
1973, whereas the title had been held up. Watts had been billed as North American Heavyweight Champion, as recognized by the Tulsa,
OK, office, since he went vs. the Stomper in July 1972, although when he left that territory, he lost recognition there. As a result, this
version defended in Florida, as well as for the Tampa, FL, office during this period, was seen as a different version than the one Watts
had actually won. Following the Brisco-Woods match, Wrestling #2 attacked Woods. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World
Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX. The program for this card mentioned that Hart
had contacted his mother for the additional money required to manage Shane and George. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his
valet Frenchy. It was announced that Terry Garvin would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

December 29, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Lanny Poffo
over El Diablo (02) > Bearcat Wilkerson vs. Wayne Cowan . > the Super Gladiator vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Geto vs.
Ted Oates / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. George
Cannon managed Geto.

December 29, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jerry Lawler vs. Jay French > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Tom Jones (02) > Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., and Tim Woods & Les
Thatcher . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon
Solie and Les Thatcher. Wrestling #2 joined Solie and Thatcher to explain why he attacked Woods on December 28, 1973, in Atlanta. He
announced he was tired of seeing Woods get all the shots at the NWA World Heavyweight Title and he vowed to show everyone he was
the better man. Gary Hart managed Shane and George, Jr. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. It was reported that
during the Shane/George, Jr.-Woods/Thatcher match, Woods injured the left shoulder of George, Jr.
January 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the
Champ versus the Cougar (04) > Wayne Cowan & Jack Armstrong versus Tommy Seigler & Lanny Poffo > Oki Shikina versus Gorilla
Watts > Argentina Apollo versus the Enforcer (01) > Georgia Television Title Match: the Super Gladiator* versus Ray Candy > Thunderbolt
Patterson versus the Great Fuji / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Enforcer. Charlie Smith and Bobby Simmons were credited as being
referees for the card.

January 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash versus the Zebra Kid (02) > Frank Cochran versus Leon Ogle > Tom Jones (02) versus Black Angus > Women’s Match: Toni
Rose versus Vicky Williams > Bill Dromo & Robert Fuller versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match:
Bob Armstrong* versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Lights Out Match: Bobby Shane versus Les Thatcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed Shane,
George, Jr., Angus, and the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Armstrong had been billed as the
Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since November 6, 1973.

January 2, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) and the Zebra Kid (02) . > Black Angus vs. Sputnik Monroe > Women’s Match: Sylvia
Hackney vs. Toni Rose > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Bobby Cash & Bill Dromo > Leon Ogle vs. J.C. Dykes > Eddie Graham &
Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Shane & Stan Vachon > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (01)) two falls to none / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos appeared sans masks to avoid a $1,000
fine by Ward. It is unclear at this time why this was done. Gary Hart managed Angus, Shane, and the Samoans. Vachon substituted for
Gorgeous George, Jr., to team with Shane in the match against Graham and Fuller. Frank Cochran was credited as being a referee on
this card.

January 4, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Stan Vachon vs. Bill Dromo > Black Angus vs. Sonny King > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) vs. Roy Lee Welch & Sputnik
Monroe > Jerry Lawler vs. Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Tim Woods > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Shane &
Stan Vachon > Lights Out Match: Robert Fuller vs. Frank Cochran / Notes: Vachon substituted for Gorgeous George, Jr., to team with
Shane in the match against Armstrong and Fuller. Gary Hart managed Angus, Shane, and the Samoans. Les Thatcher noted in his
column in the program for this card that Bill Watts was leaving for a six-week tour of Japan. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee
on this card.

January 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Thunderbolt
Patterson vs. the Great Fuji > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly vs. Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator . > the Viking (02)
over Lanny Poffo > Jack Armstrong and the Champ . / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship
Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2.

January 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Black
Angus vs. Sonny King > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Les Thatcher > Jerry Lawler vs. Robert Fuller > Ron Garvin vs. Bobby Cash /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.
Gary Hart managed Angus. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. On this episode, it was announced that the Georgia Tag Team Title, held by
Bobby Shane and Gorgeous George, Jr., was held up because George, Jr., was injured. Shane and George, Jr., had been the reigning
Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went vs. Fuller and Bob Armstrong on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. Hart, who managed
Shane and George, Jr., joined Solie and Thatcher, and accused Tim Woods of hurting George, Jr., intentionally in an attempt to end their
reign as champions. The injury to George had occurred on December 29, 1973, on television. Hart suggested he may issue a bounty on
Woods to get even.

January 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Angus vs. Jay French > Tim Woods vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Lou Thesz vs. Jerry Lawler > Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin vs. Bob Armstrong & Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Robert Fuller / Notes: Gary Hart managed Angus. Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins.

January 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Tommy Seigler versus the Viking (02) > Ted Oates versus the Cougar (04) > Lanny Poffo versus the Great Fuji > Gorilla Watts versus
Bolo > Argentina Apollo versus Geto > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Ernie Ladd &
Thunderbolt Patterson versus Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George
Cannon managed the Mongols. Patterson participated in an autograph session for fans. The program we have for this card mentioned
that Tom Renesto, Jr., is now the Timekeeper.

January 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Midget
Match: Little Louie (01) vs. Billy the Kid (01) > Rufus R. Jones vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Leon Ogle vs. Frank
Cochran by knockout > Jerry Lawler vs. Bobby Cash > Tim Woods & Roberto Soto vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . >
Lou Thesz & Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Black Angus & the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Southeastern Heavyweight Title
Match: Bob Armstrong* vs. Bobby Shane / Notes: Gary Hart managed Angus, Shane, and the Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Armstrong had been billed as the Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since November 6, 1973.

January 9, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Black Angus > Midget Match: Little Louie (01) versus Billy the Kid (01) > Tim Woods &
Rufus R. Jones versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Lou Thesz & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Lights
Out Match: Bobby Shane versus Robert Fuller / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Gary Hart managed the Samoans. It was
announced that Jack Brisco, Bobby Duncum, and Ricky Gibson would be wrestling in Columbus on January 16, 1974.

January 11, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mixed Tag Team Match: Tim Woods and Little Louie (01) vs. Jimmy Garvin & Billy the Kid (01) > Rufus R. Jones vs. Black
Angus > Bob Armstrong & Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Shane & Jerry Lawler & Gary Hart > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Lou
Thesz & Roberto Soto > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ron Fuller* for the title / Notes: Hart managed
Shane. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Bill Watts
on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. Les Thatcher’s column in the program for this card noted there had been some subtle animosity
between Hart and Shane. Thatcher also noted that Lawler had been a standout college football player and wrestler at Memphis State.

January 12, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.
We don’t have details, but Ron Garvin and Terry Garvin were scheduled to wrestle on this episode, but Terry refused to wrestle
because the mat was not pink, and wound up slapping Lou Thesz, who was also on this episode. Apparently Ron wrestled, but no
details on his opponent have been found at this time. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Lanny Poffo vs. Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook vs. Wayne Cowan > Jack Armstrong vs. Pat Kelly (02) > Gorilla Watts vs. the Viking
(02) . > Georgia Tag Team Title Round Robin Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo)
versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Cage Match: Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

January 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash and Jerry Lawler . at 15:00 > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin vs. Bobby Cash & Rufus R. Jones > Robert Fuller versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Lou Thesz / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.
Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX.

January 18, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Tim Woods & Ricky Gibson vs. Bill Costello & the Zebra Kid (02) to
advance; Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Lou Thesz & Ali Vaziri by coin toss to advance; Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. the Samoans
(01) (Tio & Tapu) to advance; Jerry Lawler & Bobby Duncum vs. Bobby Cash & Roberto Soto to advance; the Garvins vs. Woods &
Gibson to advance; Armstrong & Fuller vs. Lawler & Duncum by coin toss to advance; and the Garvins vs. Armstrong & Fuller for the
title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the
Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Shane and Gorgeous George, Jr., had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went vs. Armstrong and Robert Fuller on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. However, they were stripped of the title on January 5,
1974, as George, Jr., had been injured and would be unable to defend the title. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight
Champion since he went vs. Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX. The program for this card featured an “open letter to
Hart.. from Bobby Shane, whereas he claimed he spent more money polishing his crown than Hart paid him to work in his stable, and
he was leaving on a worldwide tour, calling this a Dear John letter. Hart’s response was positive, claiming Shane had wanted his
picture on the back of Hart’s sports coats, and with Shane gone, he would no longer have to babysit, and that without his help, Shane
would wind up driving cabs for a living. It also had a mention that Bill Watts was touring Japan, and that ring announcer Jim Bell was still
involved with putting the programs together with Les Thatcher. It was announced that Art Nelson would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

January 19, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Lawler vs. Roy Lee Welch > Ali Vaziri vs. Bill Costello > Bob Armstrong & Ricky Gibson & Roberto Soto vs. Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Robert Fuller / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > World Tag Team Title Match: the
Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo)* versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > El Mongol versus the Missouri Mauler > United States
Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker* versus Thunderbolt Patterson / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George
Cannon managed the Mongols.

January 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri
over Bill Costello at 10:00 > Jerry Lawler vs. Roy Lee Welch at 13:00 > Bobby Duncum and Ricky Gibson . > Bob
Armstrong vs. Gary Hart > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Robert Fuller > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Tim Woods & Roberto Soto
over the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu)* for the title / Notes: It was reported that 4,254 were in attendance for this card. Hart managed the
Samoans. It is unclear as to how the Samoans came to be recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we
have shows Armstrong and Soto going vs. the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) on December 17, 1973, in
Macon.

January 25, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri vs. Bill Costello > Bobby Duncum vs. Bobby Cash > Roberto Soto vs. Jerry Lawler > Ricky Gibson & Rufus R.
Jones vs. the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Bob Armstrong & Robert
Fuller . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Tim Woods . / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 26, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin and Tim Woods . > Ricky Gibson vs. Jimmy Garvin > Tim Woods & Ali Vaziri vs. Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin > Robert Fuller vs. Gary Hart / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Lanny Poffo vs. Cisco Grimaldo > the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) vs. Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly
> Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* vs. the Mongols
(02) (Geto & Bolo) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Missouri Mauler* and Mil Mascaras . > United States Tag Team
Title Match: Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator* versus Thunderbolt Patterson & Assassin #1 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. The program we have for this card billed Gunkel as Ann Gunkel
instead of Mrs. Ray Gunkel, as previous programs referred to her.

January 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash vs. Bill Costello at 8:00 > Rufus R. Jones versus Gorgeous George, Jr., . > Bob Armstrong & Ricky Gibson
over Bobby Duncum & Gary Hart > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Tim Woods & Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Robert Fuller /
Notes: Lou Thesz was the special referee for the Wrestling #2-Fuller match. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was
escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 1, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Lou Thesz and Ali Vaziri . > Robert Fuller vs. Jimmy Garvin > Bobby Duncum and Bob Armstrong went to a
draw > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Ricky Gibson & Rufus R. Jones . > Loser Leaves
Match: Jerry Lawler vs. Roberto Soto > Coal Miner’s Glove Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Tim Woods vs. Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed Bobby Duncum and Jerry Lawler. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

February 2, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri vs. Taru Hayashi > Ricky Gibson & Roy Lee Welch vs. the Devil’s Disciples (members involved are unknown
to us at this time) > Bob Armstrong & Tim Woods vs. Bobby Duncum & Gorgeous George, Jr. > Robert Fuller vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Gary Hart managed Duncum. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. — Fix —

February 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Jack Armstrong versus Lanny Poffo > Tornado Tag Team Match: Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Death Match: Geto versus El Mongol > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Missouri Mauler*
versus Ray Candy > Handicap Tag Team Match: Thunderbolt Patterson & Assassin #1 (01) versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) & the
Super Gladiator > Brass Knuckles Match: Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Missouri
Mauler. George Cannon managed Geto.

February 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee
Welch vs. Taru Hayashi > Jerry Lawler vs. Bobby Cash > Lumberjack Match: Rufus R. Jones vs. Gorgeous George, Jr., by
disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Ricky Gibson > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match:
Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum* . > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Tim
Woods & Roberto Soto* for the title / Notes: Gary Hart managed Bobby Duncum and Jerry Lawler. Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 10, 1974 (Sunday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roy Lee Welch vs. the Masked Marvel (19) > Ali Vaziri vs. Taru Hayashi > Gorgeous George, Jr., vs. Sputnik Monroe > Art Nelson vs.
Derrell Cochran > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon vs. Bobby Cash & Louie Tillet > Jerry Lawler & Tojo Yamamoto vs. Tommy Gilbert &
Eddie Marlin > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Don Greene & Buddy Colt > Ricky Gibson & Jackie Fargo & Rufus R. Jones vs. Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Kevin Sullivan & Eddie Graham & Mike Graham vs. Jim Kent & the Bounty Hunters (David Novak
& Jerry Novak) > Mask versus Hair Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Tim Woods > Battle Royal: Jerry Lawler & Robert Fuller (Co-Winners)
/ Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $5,000, and that Jerry Lawler and Robert Fuller decided to split the money
rather than wrestle each other. Gary Hart managed Duncum and Lawler. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted
to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ten-Round Boxing Match: Ted Oates versus Wayne Cowan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* versus Assassin
#2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match: Rock Hunter versus Assassin #1 (01) > Thunderbolt Patterson versus
the Missouri Mauler / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler.

February 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art
Nelson vs. Roy Lee Welch > Robert Fuller & Rufus R. Jones vs. Gorgeous George, Jr., & Taru Hayashi > Bobby McGuire & Benny
McGuire vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Bobby Duncum vs. Bob Armstrong* for the title > Mr.
Wrestling #1 vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Tim Woods began wearing his mask again to cover his cleanly shaven head, resulting
from a hair versus mask match against Wrestling #2 on February 10, 1974, and requesting to be called Wrestling #1 again. Gary Hart
managed Duncum. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 15, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rufus R. Jones vs. Taru Hayashi > Ricky Gibson vs. Tojo Yamamoto > Robert Fuller & Art Nelson and Bob Armstrong &
Bobby Duncum . > Jerry Lawler and Jackie Fargo . > Loser Leaves Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Gorgeous
George, Jr. > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Bobby McGuire & Benny McGuire > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Bill Watts . / Notes: Gary Hart managed Duncum and Lawler. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 16, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Taru Hayashi > Ali Vaziri vs. Art Nelson > Ricky Gibson vs. Tojo Yamamoto > Bobby McGuire & Benny
McGuire vs. Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Bill Watts versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin.

February 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Cisco Grimaldo and Whipper Watson, Jr., . at 15:00 > the Champ vs. Jack Armstrong . > Handicap
Match: the Magnificent Zulu vs. Bill Bowman & Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook and the Super Gladiator . at 15:00 > the
Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) vs. Dick Steinborn & Ray Candy > El Mongol vs. Assassin #2 (01) . > Brass Knuckles Tag
Team Match: Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler > Lights Out Texas Death Cage Match: Wayne
Cowan vs. Ted Oates / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

February 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash and Prince Leilani . > Art Nelson vs. Ali Vaziri > Ricky Gibson vs. Tojo Yamamoto > Bob Armstrong & Bobo Brazil &
Rufus R. Jones vs. Bobby Duncum & Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01)* . / Notes: It was reported that 6,646 were in attendance for this card. Gary Hart managed Duncum. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

February 22, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri vs. Tojo Yamamoto > Bob Armstrong and Art Nelson . > Bobby Duncum & Tojo Yamamoto vs.
Jackie Fargo & Roy Lee Welch > Jerry Lawler vs. Robert Fuller . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bobo Brazil & Rufus
R. Jones vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Mr. Wrestling
#1 . / Notes: Welch substituted for Ricky Gibson to team with Fargo in the match against Duncum & Yamamoto. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

February 23, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Bill Costello > Robert Fuller vs. Ali Vaziri > Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson and Bobo Brazil & Rufus R.
Jones . > Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no contest

February 26, 1974 – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Handicap Match:
the Magnificent Zulu versus the Viking (02) & the Iron Russian > Ox Baker & the Super Gladiator & the Missouri Mauler versus Ray Candy
& Charlie Cook & El Mongol > Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Wayne Cowan vs. the Champ* for the title > Assassin #2 (01)
versus Thunderbolt Patterson / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler.

February 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ali
Vaziri vs. Bill Costello > Women’s Tag Team Match: Maria Garcia & Rita Gomez vs. Sharon Brooks & Daisy Mae (01) > Leon Ogle
& Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Jerry Lawler & Prince Leilani > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Art Nelson > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack
Brisco* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) .

March 1, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah vs. Paula Kaye > Bobby Duncum vs. Ali Vaziri > Art Nelson vs. Bobby Cash >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Ricky Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Bob Armstrong > Jerry Lawler vs. Robert Fuller > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Rufus
R. Jones / Notes: Kaye substituted for Donna Christianello in the match against Moolah. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 2, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson vs. Bill Costello > Bobby Cash vs. Bobby Duncum > Rufus R. Jones vs. Art Nelson > Bob Armstrong &
Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin by countout > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins.

March 3, 1974 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Macon
Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Jerry Lawler & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) (Winners) for the title; Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin, Bobby
Cash & Rufus R. Jones, Ricky Gibson & Roy Lee Welch, Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller, Derrell Cochran & Mr. Wrestling #1, Bill Costello
& Prince Leilani, and Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament.
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Cisco Grimaldo and the Cougar (04) . at 15:00 > Lanny Poffo vs. Wayne Cowan . > Angelo Poffo vs.
Johnny Ringo (01) > Georgia Television Title Match: the Super Gladiator* and El Mongol . at 20:00 > Ray Candy & Assassin
#1 (01) & the Magnificent Zulu vs. Assassin #2 (01) & the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) . > United States Heavyweight
Title Match: Thunderbolt Patterson* vs. the Missouri Mauler at 15:00 > Lights Out Texas Death Match: Ernie Ladd vs. Ox Baker at 12:00
/ Notes: Rock Hunter managed Cowan, Assassin #2, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. The program we have for
this card featured an advertisement for Maria’s Mexican Restaurant owned by Mongol, recently re-opened at a new location in
Chamblee, at 5071 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

March 8, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rufus R. Jones vs. Bill Costello > Bobby Duncum and Mr. Wrestling #1 . > Jerry Lawler & Art Nelson vs.
Ricky Gibson & Roy Lee Welch > Georgia Tag Team Title versus Hair Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Bob Armstrong &
Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Black
Crusader #1 . > Lights Out Match: Robert Fuller vs. Jerry Lawler / Notes: There was no referee for the Fuller-Lawler
match. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 9, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and Ricky Gibson & Rufus R. Jones . > Bob Armstrong vs. Art Nelson > the Black
Crusaders (Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) vs. Bobby Duncum & Bill Costello > Robert Fuller vs. Jerry Lawler > Mr. Wrestling
#1 vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 10, 1974 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell
Cochran versus Bobby Starr > Bill Costello versus Leon Ogle > Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson versus the Black Crusaders (Black
Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) > Jerry Lawler & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Ricky Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller & Rufus R. Jones / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt
Patterson versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

March 15, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Crusader #2 vs. Jimmy Garvin > Ricky Gibson vs. Bobby Duncum > Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler and Rufus R. Jones &
Mr. Wrestling #1 . > Jerry Brisco vs. Bill Costello > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Bob
Armstrong & Robert Fuller* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Black Crusader #1 > Robert
Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 16, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Brisco vs. Ricky Gibson > Robert Fuller vs. Jimmy Garvin > Earl Maynard vs. Bill Costello > the Black Crusaders
(Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Bobby Duncum vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Art Nelson / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Rock Hunter & the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) versus Ernie Ladd & El Mongol & the Magnificent Zulu > Ron Pritchard versus the Missouri
Mauler > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Thunderbolt Patterson* versus Ox Baker / Notes: Ray Candy was the special referee for
the Patterson-Baker match. Hunter managed the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

March 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Lawler & Art Nelson and the Black Crusaders (Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) . > Bill Costello versus Earl
Maynard > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum* for the title > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match:
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Jerry Brisco & Ricky Gibson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Mr. Wrestling #2
(01)* . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 20, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Earl Maynard > Bill Costello versus Robert Fuller > Jerry Lawler versus Sputnik
Monroe > Jerry Brisco versus Art Nelson > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Ricky Gibson & the Black Crusaders (Black
Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Bobby Duncum & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Battle Royal
featuring Choo-Choo Lynn, Bob Armstrong, Bobby Duncum, Mr. Wrestling #1, Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Ron Garvin, Terry Garvin, Jimmy
Garvin, Ricky Gibson, Black Crusader #1, Black Crusader #2, Art Nelson, Jerry Brisco, Jerry Lawler, Sputnik Monroe, Robert Fuller, Bill
Costello, Earl Maynard, and Derrell Cochran / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 22, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong and Ricky Gibson . > Rufus R. Jones vs. Bobby Duncum > Earl Maynard vs. Bill Costello >
Jerry Brisco vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Tag Team Title versus Mask Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. the Black Crusaders
(Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) > Texas Tornado Tag Team Death Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Robert Fuller &
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 23, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong vs. Bill Costello > Bob Armstrong & Earl Maynard & Tiger Conway, Jr., vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin &
Jimmy Garvin > Jerry Brisco and Mr. Wrestling #1 . > Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson
/ Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates > Jack Armstrong & the Crusader (02) versus the Islanders (Afa & Sika) > Assassin #2 (01) & the Super
Gladiator versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Brass Knuckles Match: Ernie Ladd & Ron Pritchard versus Ox Baker & the Missouri
Mauler > Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Executioner / Notes: The Magnificent Zulu was the special referee for the Patterson-
Executioner match. Rock Hunter managed Cowan, Assassin #2, the Executioner, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

March 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art
Nelson and Earl Maynard . > Jerry Brisco versus Jimmy Garvin . > Rufus R. Jones vs. Bobby
Duncum > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Robert Fuller & Ricky Gibson > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1
over Jerry Lawler & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 29, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Earl Maynard vs. the Mighty Yankee (02) > Jerry Brisco vs. Ricky Gibson > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Art Nelson
& Jerry Lawler . > Bobby Duncum and Jumbo Tsuruta . > Georgia Tag Team Title Losers Leave Match:
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Rufus R. Jones & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr., vs. Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01)* . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Earlier in the day, Jones, Lester Welch, and Roy Welch
incorporated Georgia Championship Wrestling, Inc., thus dissolving Mid-South Sports, Inc.

March 30, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Starr and Jimmy Garvin . > Rufus R. Jones vs. Bill Costello > Bob Armstrong versus Tiger Conway, Jr.,
ended . > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Ricky Gibson & Earl Maynard / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 1, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jerry Brisco versus Ricky Gibson > Art Nelson versus Rufus R. Jones > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller versus Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin
> Bobby Duncum versus Bobo Brazil > Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 2, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus the Champ > Bill Bowman & Oki Shikina versus the Islanders (Afa & Sika) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray
Candy & El Mongol* versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the
Missouri Mauler* versus Ron Pritchard > Thunderbolt Patterson & the Magnificent Zulu versus Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) >
Texas Death Cage Match: Ernie Ladd versus Ox Baker / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Cowan, Verdu, the Yankee, and the Mauler. The
program we have for this card reports that Lew Eskin, editor of Wrestling Revue and Wrestling Monthly magazines, has presented Gunkel
with an award “in recognition for her continuing to the betterment of professional wrestling in the United States… There is also an
advertisement urging fans to support Ladd’s fan club by ordering a T-shirt, with proceeds going to the Pull for Youth organization. It
also mentions that the tapings for “All-South Championship Wrestling.. now occur each Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Saturdays, still at the WTCG studios located at 1018 West Peachtree Street. This was to begin on April 6, 1974.

April 2, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Earl Maynard
over Ron Michaels > Jerry Brisco and Jimmy Garvin . > Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson vs. Ricky Gibson & Rufus R. Jones >
Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Jerry Lawler vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 3, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Lawler versus Derrell Cochran > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Earl Maynard & Black Crusader #1 > Bobby Duncum
versus Jumbo Tsuruta > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* versus Art Nelson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) versus Rufus R. Jones > Cage Match: Ricky Gibson versus Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 5, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller vs. Sputnik Monroe > Bob Armstrong vs. Ron Michaels > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Time Limit / No
Disqualification): Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler > Earl Maynard vs. Bobby Duncum . >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Jerry Brisco / Notes: Monroe substituted for Ricky Gibson in the match with
Fuller. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 6, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Ron Michaels > Bob Armstrong vs. the Masked Marvel (20) > Art Nelson and Jerry Oates went to a
draw > Robert Fuller vs. Bobby Duncum > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jerry Brisco

April 8, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ron Michaels versus Jerry Oates > Jerry Brisco versus Sputnik Monroe > Bobby Duncum versus Ricky Gibson > Robert Fuller & Earl
Maynard versus Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Bobo Brazil versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 9, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Wayne Cowan* vs. Bearcat Wilkerson > Ray Candy & El Mongol & Ron Pritchard and Ox Baker
& Crusher Verdu & the Missouri Mauler . > Assassin #2 (01) vs. the Mighty Yankee (03) > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Rock
Hunter / Notes: The Magnificent Zulu was the special referee for Patterson-Hunter match. Hunter managed Verdu and the Yankee.

April 9, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron
Michaels vs. Jerry Oates > Jerry Brisco vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Art Nelson vs. Bobby Duncum > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match:
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* and Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller . > Jerry Lawler versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no
contest / Notes: Conway, Jr., substituted for Ricky Gibson in the match with Brisco. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 12, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates and Tiger Conway, Jr., . > Jerry Brisco and Robert Fuller . > Bobby McGuire & Benny
McGuire vs. Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler > Bobby Duncum & Dick the Bruiser vs. Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Street Fight
Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Earl Maynard & Bobo Brazil vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins.

April 13, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mike Stallings and the Zebra Kid (02) . > Jerry Oates vs. the Masked Marvel (20) > Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby
Duncum > Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jerry Brisco & Art Nelson

April 15, 1974 (Monday) Notes: According to a biography found for Jim Carlisle, he left WRBL Channel 3 in Columbus to become a full
time employee for Fred Ward. However, he remained the host of the “Columbus Championship Wrestling.. until it ceased
broadcasting in the early 1980s. The program also remained on WRBL throughout the remainder of its run, so it is unclear what Carlisle
gained by leaving one for the other.

April 15, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Ron Michaels versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Jerry Oates versus the Zebra Kid (02) > Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson versus Bobby McGuire &
Benny McGuire > Jerry Brisco versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Robert Fuller & Earl Maynard versus Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin / Notes: Bob
Armstrong was the special referee for the Fuller/Maynard-Garvins match. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 16, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan vs. Lanny Poffo > Afa vs. Oki Shikina > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* vs. the Royal
Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ron Pritchard vs. the Missouri Mauler* to
win the title > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Ox Baker . > Assassin #2 (01) vs. the Mighty Yankee (03) > Lights Out Texas
Death Match: the Magnificent Zulu vs. Crusher Verdu / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Verdu and the Yankee.

April 16, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tiger
Conway, Jr., vs. Bill Costello > Jerry Oates vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Jerry Brisco vs. Derrell Cochran > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and
Robert Fuller & Earl Maynard . > Round Robin Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Jerry Lawler and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes:
The winner of the Armstrong-Lawler-Wrestling #2 match was to earn a match for the NWA World Heavyweight Title on April 23, 1974.
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 17, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Brisco versus the Zebra Kid (02) > Derrell Cochran & Earl Maynard versus Art Nelson & Bobby Duncum
> Jerry Lawler versus Tiger Conway, Jr. > Jerry Oates & Robert Fuller versus Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 19, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Leon Ogle vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Jimmy Garvin vs. Mike Stallings > Jerry Brisco vs. Derrell Cochran > Jerry Lawler & Bobby
Duncum & Bill Costello & Art Nelson vs. Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates & Ricky Gibson & Tiger Conway, Jr. > Georgia Tag Team Title
Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Robert Fuller & Earl Maynard > Battle Royal: Jerry Brisco (Winner) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $1,500.

April 20, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Brisco vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Earl Maynard vs. Bill Costello > Mike Stallings and Jimmy Garvin . >
Jerry Oates & Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Jerry Brisco & Bobby Duncum & Bill Costello & Art Nelson vs. Derrell
Cochran & Earl Maynard & Bob Armstrong & Tiger Conway, Jr. / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 22, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Derrell Cochran vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Art Nelson vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bobby Duncum and Jerry Oates . > Bob
Armstrong & Robert Fuller & Earl Maynard vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 23, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Angelo
Poffo and Ted Oates . at 15:00 > Lanny Poffo vs. Wayne Cowan > the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman
Frederick Charles) vs. Charlie Cook & Jim Wilson > Assassin #2 (01) & El Mongol versus Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03)
ended . > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. the Missouri Mauler > Ox Baker vs. Ron Pritchard / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
Verdu, the Yankee, and the Mauler.

April 23, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tiger
Conway, Jr., vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Jerry Oates vs. Bill Costello > Jerry Brisco vs. Jerry Lawler > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable
(02) vs. Paula Kaye > No Time Limit Match: Robert Fuller & Earl Maynard vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Bob Armstrong / Notes: Kaye substituted for Peggy Patterson in the match with Grable. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 26, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates and Jimmy Golden . > Jerry Brisco vs. Bobby Duncum > Bob Armstrong & Earl Maynard vs. Art Nelson & Jerry
Lawler > Bobo Brazil vs. Dick the Bruiser > Bill Watts vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller & Buddy Fuller vs. Ron Garvin
& Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Handicap Match: Andre the Giant vs. the Bounty Hunters (David Novak & Jerry Novak) > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Jack Brisco* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Jim Kent managed the Hunters.

April 27, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates and Art Nelson . > Earl Maynard vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Jerry Brisco vs. Big Mac > Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 29, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mike Stallings versus Art Nelson > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Earl Maynard & Tiger Conway, Jr. > Bobby Duncum versus
Johnny Weaver > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* versus Jerry Oates & Bob Armstrong > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Jerry Brisco / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

April 30, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Cisco Grimaldo versus Sika > Afa versus the Cougar (04) > Jim Wilson versus Oki Shikina > the Magnificent Zulu vs. the Missouri
Mauler > Ray Candy & El Mongol & Assassin #2 (01) vs. Wayne Cowan & the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick
Charles) > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson versus Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) . > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Ron Pritchard* vs. Ox Baker at 14:00 / Notes: Charlie Cook was the special referee for the
Candy/Mongol/Assassin #2-Cowan/Kangaroos match. Rock Hunter managed Verdu and the Yankee.

April 30, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Big Mac > Gene Anderson vs. Derrell Cochran > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Black Crusaders (Black Crusader #1 &
Black Crusader #2) vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* . > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Bobby Duncum vs. Bob
Armstrong* for the title > Free-For-All Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bob Armstrong, Bobby Duncum, Ron Garvin, Terry Garvin,
Choo-Choo Lynn, Earl Maynard, and Jerry Oates / Notes: It is unclear as to how the free-for-all match worked, but it appears to have been
an elimination style match. No reason for the match has been found. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 3, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bobby Duncum vs. Jerry Oates > Dennis Stamp vs. Art Nelson > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Earl Maynard &
Tiger Conway, Jr. > Robert Fuller vs. Jimmy Garvin > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Bob Armstrong &
Jerry Brisco > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Bill Watts / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 4, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the Great Fuji vs.
Lanny Poffo > Charlie Cook vs. Ox Baker . > Ray Candy & Ted Oates vs. Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) by
disqualification > Whipper Watson, Jr., versus the Cougar (04) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.
.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Verdu and the Yankee.

May 4, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Mike Stallings & Jerry Oates > Handicap Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Big Mac & the Zebra Kid (02)
> Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson vs. Robert Fuller & Jerry Brisco / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie.

May 4, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Art Nelson vs. Tiger Conway, Jr. > Dennis Stamp vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Jerry
Oates & Earl Maynard > Bobby Duncum and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > Jerry Brisco & Robert Fuller & Dennis Stamp vs. Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 6, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Art Nelson versus Earl Maynard > Bobby Duncum versus Steve Keirn > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Dennis Stamp & Jose
Assari > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* versus Bob Armstrong & Jerry Brisco > NWA World Heavyweight Title
Match: Jack Brisco* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 7, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Whipper Watson, Jr. vs. Ted Oates > Wayne Cowan versus Jim Wilson . > the Islanders (Afa & Sika) vs. Oki
Shikina & the Great Fuji > Brass Knuckles Match: Norman Frederick Charles vs. Charlie Cook > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray
Candy & El Mongol* and Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler . at 20:00 > Texas Death Match: Assassin #2 (01) vs. Jonathan
Boyd > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) /
Notes: Ron Pritchard and Tommy Nobis were the special referees for the Ladd/Patterson-Verdu/Yankee match. Rock Hunter managed
Verdu, Assassin #2, the Yankee, and the Mauler.

May 7, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve Keirn
over the Zebra Kid (02) > Jerry Oates vs. Big Mac > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Bob Armstrong & Jose Assari > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. the Black Crusaders (Black Crusader
#1 & Black Crusader #2) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 10, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn and Art Nelson . > Dennis Stamp vs. Big Mac > Bob Sweetan vs. Earl Maynard > Ole Anderson
& Gene Anderson vs. Jerry Oates & Jose Assari > Jos LeDuc vs. Bobby Duncum . > Bob Armstrong & Jerry Brisco &
Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Title versus Title Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Bill Watts
over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. For the match with Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Watts retained the North
American Heavyweight Title and won the Georgia Heavyweight Title. Big John (01) was the special referee for the match.

May 11, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Charlie Cook vs.
the Great Fuji . > Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) vs. the Islanders (Afa & Sika) > Ted Oates vs. Cisco
Grimaldo / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock
Hunter managed Verdu and the Yankee.

May 11, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts* for the title > the Great Malenko (02) vs. Mike Stallings > Bob Sweetan
and Robert Fuller . / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by
Gordon Solie.

May 11, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jose Assari vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > the Great Malenko (02) vs. Mike Stallings > Bob Sweetan vs. Jose Assari > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Jerry Oates & Dennis Stamp > Bob Armstrong vs. Bobby Duncum > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs.
Jerry Brisco & Robert Fuller / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 13, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Sweetan versus Steve Keirn > Earl Maynard versus the Great Malenko (02) > Dennis Stamp versus Big John (01) > Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson versus Johnny Weaver & Jerry Oates > Art Nelson versus Robert Fuller > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin* versus Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 14, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Battle
Royal: El Mongol (Winner); Assassin #2 (01), Ray Candy, Ox Baker, Angelo Poffo, Lanny Poffo, Tony Romano, the Great Fuji, the Missouri
Mauler, Wayne Cowan, Norman Frederick Charles, and Jonathan Boyd also participated > Lanny Poffo vs. the Great Fuji > Assassin #2
(01) and Jonathan Boyd . > El Mongol vs. the Missouri Mauler > Ernie Ladd vs. the Mighty Yankee (03) .
> Ron Pritchard vs. Crusher Verdu . / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Rock Hunter managed
Verdu, Assassin #2, the Yankee, and the Mauler.

May 14, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dennis
Stamp vs. Big Mac > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Steve Keirn & Jerry Oates > Jerry Brisco and Bob Sweetan . >
the Great Malenko (02) vs. Jose Assari > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Bob Armstrong & Earl Maynard > Macon Heavyweight Title
Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bobby Duncum* for the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 17, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jose
Assari vs. the Great Malenko (02) > Bob Sweetan vs. Mike Stallings > Jerry Oates and Art Nelson . > Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson vs. Steve Keirn & Dennis Stamp > Southern States Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco* vs. Bobby Duncum >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* vs. Bob Armstrong & Haystacks Calhoun > NWA World Heavyweight Title
Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Dusty Rhodes . > Lights Out Match: Andre the Giant & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bill Watts &
Big John (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 18, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Andre
the Giant vs. Big Mac > Jerry Brisco vs. Steve Keirn > Gene Anderson vs. Bob Armstrong > Bob Sweetan vs. Jerry Oates / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie.

May 18, 1974 (Saturday) – Douglasville, GA – National Guard Armory (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Big Mac > Steve Keirn vs. the Zebra Kid (02) > Jerry Oates & Earl Maynard vs. Gene Anderson & the
Zebra Kid (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Art Nelson

May 20, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Sweetan versus Jerry Oates > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Dennis Stamp & Steve Keirn > Bobby Duncum versus Bob
Armstrong > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Lights Out Match: Art Nelson versus Robert Fuller /
Notes: A battle royal for a reported purse of $5,324 featuring Andre the Giant was advertised, but no details were reported following the
card. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 21, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted Oates
over Tony Romano > Jim Wilson vs. the Great Fuji > the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) vs. the
Islanders (Afa & Sika) . > No Disqualification Match: El Mongol vs. the Missouri Mauler > Brass Knuckles Match: Ernie
Ladd vs. Ox Baker > Ron Pritchard & Assassin #2 (01) and Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) . at 20:00 / Notes:
Rock Hunter managed Verdu, the Mauler, and the Yankee.

May 21, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Louie
Tillet vs. Ron Garvin . > Derrell Cochran & Steve Keirn & Dennis Stamp vs. Art Nelson & Doug Somers & the Great
Malenko (02) > Bob Sweetan vs. Mike Stallings > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Earl Maynard & Jerry Oates > Bob Armstrong &
Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco vs. Bobby
Duncum* for the title > Battle Royal: Andre the Giant (Winner) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) / Notes: It was reported that 7,500 were in attendance for this card. Garvin substituted for Pat Patterson in the match with Tillet. It
is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 24, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art
Nelson vs. Earl Maynard > the Great Malenko (02) vs. Doug Somers > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Steve Keirn & Jerry Oates
> Bob Sweetan vs. Dennis Stamp > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller
over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* win the title > Southern States Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco* vs. Dusty Rhodes > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > Lights Out Match: Andre the Giant vs. Bill Watts by
countout / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 25, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ox Baker versus
Assassin #2 (01) . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick
Charles) vs. Ray Candy & El Mongol* for the title > Ted Oates versus the Cougar (04) / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South
Championship Wrestling.. television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

May 25, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Brisco vs. Doug Somers . > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Dennis Stamp & Steve Keirn > Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin versus Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. television
program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

May 25, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) vs. Doug Somers > Art Nelson vs. Derrell Cochran > Bob Sweetan vs. Mike Stallings > Jerry Oates vs.
Big John (01) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Jerry Brisco & Louie Tillet > Battle Royal: Andre the Giant (Winner); Doug Somers,
Art Nelson, Bob Sweetan, Big John (01), Ole Anderson, Mike Stallings, Jerry Brisco, Jerry Oates, Jack Welch (02), Gene Anderson, and
Derrell Cochran also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal.

May 27, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Sweetan versus Steve Keirn > Dennis Stamp versus Big John (01) > Pat O’Connor versus the Great Malenko (02) > United
States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Louie Tillet* versus Pat Patterson > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Bob Armstrong &
Andre the Giant

May 28, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted Oates
versus Wayne Cowan > Charlie Cook & Ron Pritchard versus Crusher Verdu & the Mighty Yankee (03) > El Mongol versus the Missouri
Mauler > Thunderbolt Patterson & Assassin #2 (01) versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) / Notes:
Rock Hunter managed Verdu, the Mauler, and the Yankee.

May 28, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Sweetan vs. Steve Keirn > Bob Armstrong vs. Doug Somers > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Pat O’Connor & Dennis
Stamp > United States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Louie Tillet* vs. Pat Patterson > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Art
Nelson vs. Jerry Brisco* for the title > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. the Great Malenko (02) > Handicap
Tag Team Match: Robert Fuller & Andre the Giant vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jerry Oates was the special
referee for the Fuller/Andre-Garvins match.

May 31, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art
Nelson vs. Jack Welch (02) > Dennis Stamp vs. the Great Malenko (02) . > Bob Sweetan vs. Jerry Oates > Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Steve Keirn & Pat O’Connor > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Bob
Armstrong & Robert Fuller* for the title > Southern States Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco* vs. Pat Patterson > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Buddy Colt > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Jack Brisco*
over Dusty Rhodes > Cage Match: Andre the Giant vs. Bill Watts / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Pat O’Connor was the
special referee for the Andre-Watts match.

June 1, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dennis Stamp and Art Nelson . > Bill Dromo vs. Big John (01) > Jack Welch (02) & Robert Fuller vs. Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin > Bob Sweetan vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Jerry Brisco & Andre the Giant vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 3, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Mike Stallings versus Doug Somers > Derrell Cochran versus the Great Malenko (02) > No Time Limit / No Disqualification Match:
Dennis Stamp versus Big John (01) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Jerry Brisco & Louie Tillet > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Bob Sweetan

June 4, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Jim
Wilson vs. Wayne Cowan > the Magnificent Zulu vs. the Missouri Mauler > Ron Pritchard & Assassin #2 (01) vs. Ox Baker & Crusher
Verdu > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Jerry Graham & the Mighty Yankee (03) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Graham, Verdu,
and the Yankee.

June 4, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art Nelson
and Jack Welch (02) . > Steve Keirn vs. Pat Patterson > Women’s Tag Team Match: Vicky Williams & Daisy Mae (01)
over Donna Christianello & Dottie Downs > Jerry Oates & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . > No Time
Limit Match: Robert Fuller vs. Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. The Garvins were barred from ringside during
the Fuller-Garvin match.

June 7, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Art Nelson vs. Doug Somers > Bob Sweetan and Dennis Stamp . > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Steve
Keirn & Jerry Oates > the Great Mephisto vs. Jack Welch (02) > Southern States Heavyweight Title versus $1,000 Match: Jerry Brisco*
over Dale Lewis for the money > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Bill Dromo & Robert Fuller >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Big John (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 8, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Steve Keirn & Mike Stallings > Bill Dromo and Dale Lewis . > the Great
Mephisto vs. Jerry Oates > Jerry Brisco vs. Bob Sweetan > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Robert Fuller & Bill Dromo > Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Big John (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 10, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Doug Somers versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Steve Keirn & Jack Welch (02) > Jerry Oates versus the Great
Mephisto > Southern States Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco* versus Bob Sweetan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson* versus Robert Fuller & Bill Dromo > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Great
Malenko (02) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 11, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Sky
Hi Clark vs. Jerry Graham > United States Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament: Ray Candy (Winner) for the title; Assassin #2
(01), Ox Baker, Jonathan Boyd, Norman Frederick Charles, Charlie Cook, Wayne Cowan, John Foley, the Great Fuji, El Mongol, Ted
Oates, Angelo Poffo, Lanny Poffo, Oki Shikina, Crusher Verdu, Bearcat Wilkerson, the Mighty Yankee (03), and the Magnificent Zulu also
participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament. Rock Hunter managed Graham, Verdu, and the Yankee.

June 11, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the Great
Mephisto vs. Steve Keirn > Macon Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin (Winners) for the title; Dennis
Stamp & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Bob Sweetan & Big John (01), Robert Fuller & Bob Orton, Jr., Jack Welch (02) & Gene Yates, Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson, Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates, and Art Nelson & Doug Somers also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the
pairings and results of the tournament. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 14, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo and Dennis Stamp . > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and Jack Welch (02) & Bob Orton, Jr., went to a
draw > the Great Mephisto vs. Steve Keirn > Southern States Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco* vs. Bob Sweetan > Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson vs. Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Battle Royal: Ole Anderson (Winner); Ron Garvin, Bob Orton, Jr., Bill Dromo, Terry
Garvin, Robert Fuller, Gene Anderson, Andre the Giant, Jimmy Garvin, Bob Sweetan, Jack Welch (02), Dennis Stamp, Steve Keirn, Mr.
Wrestling #1, and Jerry Brisco also participated > Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Big John (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $8,924. The angle was a $500 entry fee per wrestler for the
battle royal, with the exception of Andre, who put up $424, or $1 for each pound he weighed, or at least was being what he was billed as
weighing.

June 15, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mike Stallings and Gene Yates . > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Doug Somers > Jerry Oates vs. the Great Mephisto by
disqualification > Robert Fuller & Bill Dromo vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Bob
Sweetan

June 17, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Doug Somers versus Dennis Stamp > Ron Garvin versus Jerry Brisco > Art Nelson versus Mr. Wrestling #1 > Steve Keirn versus the
Great Mephisto > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* versus Bill Dromo & Robert Fuller > Big John (01)
versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: A battle royal for a reported purse of $7,400 was advertised, but no details were reported following
the card. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Louie Tillet was the special referee for the John-Wrestling #2 match.

June 18, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted Oates
and the Champ . > Charlie Cook vs. Oki Shikina > Lanny Poffo vs. Wayne Cowan > the Islanders (Afa & Sika) vs. Kim
Duk & the Great Fuji > Tarzan Tyler and El Mongol . > Bob Ellis & Ron Pritchard & Carlos Colon vs. Jerry Graham & the
Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) . > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy*
over Ox Baker > Russian Chain Match: the Magnificent Zulu vs. the Missouri Mauler > Ernie Ladd vs. Crusher Verdu .
> Brass Knuckles Cage Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs.
Rock Hunter & the Mighty Yankee (03) / Notes: The Ladd-Verdu match was billed as a “Battle of the Giants… Rock Hunter
managed Graham, Verdu, the Mauler, and the Yankee. The program we have for this card featured an advertisement urging fans to vote
for Robb Pitts for the seat of Fulton County Commissioner for the sixth district.

June 18, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton,
Jr., vs. Doug Somers > Big John (01) vs. Steve Keirn > Art Nelson vs. Gene Yates > the Great Mephisto vs. Dennis Stamp > Macon
Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* and Jack Welch (02) & Mr. Wrestling #1 . > Southeastern Tag Team Title
Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* versus Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins.

June 21, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Dennis Stamp and Jerry Oates . > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Doug Somers > Bill Dromo vs. Art Nelson . > Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Robert Fuller & Steve Keirn > Southern States Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Brisco* vs. the Great Mephisto
by disqualification > the Giant Baba vs. Big John (01) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Bobo
Brazil & Mr. Wrestling #1 . > Lights Out Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Louie Tillet was the special referee for the Colt-Wrestling #2 match. This card advertised as Jones’ thirtieth anniversary as
promoter, which was about five months late.

June 23, 1974 (Sunday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mike Stallings versus Mr. X (21) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Dennis Stamp & Don Kernodle & Louie Tillet > Art
Nelson versus Gene Yates > Georgia Heavyweight Title Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Buddy Colt / Notes: A women.
..s battle royal for a reported purse of $2,000 was advertised, but no details were reported following the card. Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins.

June 25, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) >
United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* versus the Missouri Mauler > Ernie Ladd & Sky Hi Clark versus Jerry Graham &
Crusher Verdu / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

June 25, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women.
..s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Dottie Downs > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin and Steve Keirn & Dennis Stamp & Mr.
Wrestling #1 . > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Roberto Soto vs. Art Nelson* for
the title > United States Junior Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Louie Tillet* vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Macon
Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Big John (01) . > Georgia Tag Team
Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived): Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates / Notes: John substituted for
the Great Mephisto in the match with Wrestling #2. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 27, 1974 (Thursday) Notes: This was the first day of the three-day Wrestling Fans International Association Fan Club Convention,
being held in Atlanta at the White House Inn. Danny Goddard was leading the coordination, and was listed as the contact for more
information. The fees were $17.50, which included registration, awards banquet, and a wrestling ticket.

June 28, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) and Steve Keirn . > Bill Dromo vs. Big Mac > Hurricane Hester vs. Don Kernodle > Jerry
Oates vs. Big John (01) . > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Roberto Soto & Bob Orton, Jr. > Georgia Tag Team Title
Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* . > Brass Knuckles Match: Buddy Colt
over Louie Tillet / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

June 29, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Hurricane Hester vs. Ron Starr > Gene Anderson vs. Dennis Stamp > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Dottie
Downs > the Professional vs. Big John (01) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #1
July 1, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ron Starr versus Roberto Soto > Hurricane Hester versus Big Mac > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Dennis Stamp & Steve Keirn >
Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* versus Vicky Williams > Bill Dromo versus the Great Mephisto > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins.

July 2, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Charlie Cook vs. Norman Frederick Charles to advance; the Magnificent Zulu vs. Kim Duk by
disqualification to advance; Crusher Verdu vs. Angelo Poffo to advance; Jonathan Boyd vs. Ted Oates to advance; Carlos Colon vs.
Tony Romano to advance; Bolo versus El Mongol ended in a no contest; and the Missouri Mauler vs. Ray Candy to advance > Assassin
#2 (01) vs. the Mighty Yankee (03) > Brass Knuckles Match: Rock Hunter vs. Assassin #1 (01) > Handicap Match: Ernie Ladd vs. Ox
Baker & Jerry Graham / Notes: It is unclear as to when the later rounds of the tournament for the Georgia Heavyweight Title were held, as
we currently have found nothing documenting the remainder of the tournament. During the Assassin #2-Yankee match, Assassin #2
removed the Yankee’s mask to identify him as Luke Graham. Hunter managed Graham, Verdu, and the Yankee. George Cannon
managed Bolo.

July 2, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Hurricane
Hester vs. Doug Somers > Dennis Stamp vs. Art Nelson > Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin by
disqualification > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Big John (01) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #1 ended
in a no contest / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 4, 1974 (Thursday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* versus Daisy Mae (01) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin
versus Jack Welch (02) & Hurricane Hester > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus the Great Mephisto / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 5, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) vs. Doug Somers > Roberto Soto vs. Art Nelson > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and Rufus R. Jones &
Hurricane Hester . > Roger Kirby vs. Dennis Stamp > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson*
over Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* to
win the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 6. 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dennis Stamp vs. Ron Starr > Art Nelson and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Hurricane Hester vs. Doug Somers >
Roberto Soto vs. Roger Kirby > Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson

July 8, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Orton, Jr., versus Killer Brooks > Dennis Stamp versus El Gaucho > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Roberto Soto & Hurricane
Hester > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Bill Dromo versus Big John (01) > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & the
Professional versus Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & “Mystery Partner.. / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. It is
unclear as to who the mystery partner was for the Andersons was for the match with the Pro, Wrestling #1, and Wrestling #2.

July 9, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Charlie Cook vs. Kim Duk > the Magnificent Zulu vs. the Great Fuji > Angelo Poffo & Lanny Poffo vs. the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Crusher Verdu > Carlos Colon & Assassin
#2 (01) vs. Jerry Graham & Luke Graham > Bolo versus El Mongol . > Lights Out Texas Death Cage Match:
Assassin #1 (01) vs. Rock Hunter > Man versus Animal Match: Ox Baker versus the Mighty Samson / Notes: Hunter managed the
Grahams.

July 9, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates
over Ron Starr > Hurricane Hester vs. Big Mac > Dennis Stamp vs. El Gaucho > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Roberto Soto & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > No Time Limit / No Countout Match: Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 12, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Hurricane Hester vs. El Gaucho > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and Jerry Oates & Dennis Stamp . > Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Killer Brooks > Harley Race vs. Rufus R. Jones > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Roberto
Soto > Georgia Tag Team Title Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & the
Professional / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 13, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Ron Starr > Don Kernodle and El Gaucho . > Jerry Oates vs. Sonny Rogers > Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin vs. Roberto Soto & Bob Orton, Jr. > Buddy Colt and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins.

July 13, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Dennis Stamp versus Big Mac > Doug Somers versus Hurricane Hester > Bill Dromo versus Killer Brooks >
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional

July 16, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus Gama Singh > Brass Knuckles Match: Ray Candy & Assassin #2 (01) versus Luke Graham & Crusher Verdu >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Carlos Colon & Assassin #1 (01) vs. the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles)
* . > Lights Out Texas Death Match: El Mongol vs. Bolo / Notes: In the newspaper advertisement for this card, Singh
was billed as Gadowar Sahota, his real name. Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu. George Cannon managed Bolo.

July 16, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch
(02) and Sonny Rogers . > the Professional vs. El Gaucho > Buddy Colt vs. Dennis Stamp > Roberto Soto & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Ole Anderson
& Gene Anderson* . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin, who managed the Garvins, was handcuffed to Jerry Oates during their
match against Soto & Wrestling #2.

July 19, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Hurricane Hester vs. Sonny Rogers > Steve Keirn vs. Pago-Pago > Don Muraco & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo vs. Buddy Colt* . > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Super A
over Don Muraco & Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Muraco substituted for Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) to team with Wrestling #1 & the Pro in the match against Super A and the Andersons.

July 20, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn vs. El Gaucho > Dennis Stamp vs. Pago-Pago > Jack Welch (02) vs. Big Mac > Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling
#1 & the Professional vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Super A .

July 22, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Don Kernodle versus Steve Keirn > Roger Kirby versus Jerry Oates > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Roberto Soto &
Bob Orton, Jr., & Hurricane Hester > Dennis Stamp versus Super A > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > No Disqualification / No
Time Limit Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & the Professional / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Louie Tillet was the special referee for the Wrestling #2/Pro-Andersons match.

July 23, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ox
Baker versus the Magnificent Zulu > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook & Assassin #2 (01) versus Crusher Verdu & Jerry Graham & Luke
Graham > Puerto Rico Heavyweight Title Match: Carlos Colon* versus Jonathan Boyd > Loser Leaves Chain Match: El Mongol versus
Bolo / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Verdu and the Grahams. George Cannon managed Bolo.

July 23, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve Keirn
over El Gaucho > the Professional vs. Doug Somers > Women’s World Tag Team Title Match: Joyce Grable (02) & Vicky Williams*
over Peggy Patterson & Miss Wrestling > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* and Roger Kirby . >
Handicap Tag Team Match: Leon Ogle & Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins.

July 26, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Steve Keirn & Dennis Stamp > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Roger Kirby > Super A vs. the
Professional > Harley Race and Dory Funk, Jr., . > Don Muraco & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson >
NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. The winner of the Race-
Funk, Jr., match was to earn a match at a future date against the NWA World Heavyweight Champion. However, it is unclear as to when
and where this match was to occur.

July 27, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Garvin and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Prince Pullins vs. Big Mac > Jack Welch (02) vs. Pago-Pago > Jerry
Oates & Roberto Soto and Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . > Louie Tillet & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 27, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Doug Somers > Sonny Rogers versus Hurricane Hester > Dennis Stamp versus El
Gaucho > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Super A versus Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional

July 29, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Steve Keirn versus Pago-Pago > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Dennis Stamp & Bill Dromo > Roger Kirby versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson & Super A versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & the Professional > NWA World Heavyweight
Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

July 30, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > John
Foley and Angelo Poffo . > Charlie Cook vs. Bill Bowman > Gama Singh vs. the Great Fuji > Crusher Verdu vs.
Torbellino Blanco > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Luke Graham > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Assassin #1 (01)
over Rock Hunter > Ernie Ladd & Carlos Colon & Assassin #2 (01) vs. Ox Baker & the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman
Frederick Charles) / Notes: Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

July 30, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve Keirn
over Big Mac > Pago-Pago vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jack Welch (02) & Hurricane Hester vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > the Professional
over Buddy Colt . > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Bill Dromo & Mr.
Wrestling #1 / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 2, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roger Kirby vs. Roberto Soto > Prince Pullins vs. Doug Somers > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin and Steve
Keirn & Dennis Stamp & Bob Orton, Jr., . > Mask versus Mask Match: Super A vs. the Professional > Georgia Tag Team
Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Don Muraco vs. Buddy Colt* . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 5, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Jerry Oates versus Sonny Rogers > Dennis Stamp versus El Gaucho > Roger Kirby versus Steve Keirn > Super A versus Mr. Wrestling
#1 > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Louie Tillet & Prince Pullins > Texas Death Match: Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)

August 6, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the
Magnificent Zulu versus the Great Fuji > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus Luke Graham & Crusher Verdu > the Royal Kangaroos
(Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler > Carlos Colon versus Ox Baker / Notes:
Rock Hunter managed Verdu and the Grahams.

August 6, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve
Keirn vs. Doug Somers > Bill Dromo vs. Pago-Pago > United States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Ron Garvin* vs. Hurricane
Hester > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Jerry Oates > Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional vs. Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson & Super A / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Ron Garvin.

August 9, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn vs. Jack Welch (02) > Prince Pullins vs. Pago-Pago > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Bill Dromo & Jerry Oates
> Edouard Carpentier vs. Sonny Rogers > Don Muraco vs. Roger Kirby > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Buddy Colt / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Don Curtis was the special referee for the Brisco-Colt match.

August 10, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Big Mac > Hurricane Hester vs. El Gaucho > Dennis Stamp vs. Doug Somers > Prince Pullins vs.
Sonny Rogers > Midget Match: Little Tokyo vs. Little Bobo > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Edouard Carpentier & Yvon Robert, Jr.
> the Professional vs. Super A

August 10, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bill Dromo versus Pago-Pago > Midget Match: Little Louie (01) versus the Haiti Kid > Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin versus Steve Keirn & Bob Orton, Jr. > Jimmy Garvin versus Roberto Soto > Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #1 &
Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Per the stipulation for the Soto-Garvin match, Soto had to pin Garvin to be
declared the winner.

August 12, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto versus Sonny Rogers > Dennis Stamp versus Doug Somers > Super A versus the Professional > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Tom Jones (02) & Prince Pullins > Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01)

August 13, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Cisco Grimaldo versus Gama Singh > Charlie Cook & the Magnificent Zulu versus Oki Shikina & the Great Fuji > Brass Knuckles Match:
Angelo Poffo versus Ted Oates > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* and Rock Hunter . at 20:00 > Georgia
Tag Team Title Match: the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles)* versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri
Mauler . > Carlos Colon & El Mongol vs. Luke Graham & Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Graham. The
program we have for this card featured a copy of a letter written to Gunkel from Myra Hughes on behalf of the Georgia Retardation Center,
showing their appreciation for making them feel welcome at the cards.

August 13, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Dromo vs. Super A > Roger Kirby vs. Dennis Stamp > Roberto Soto & Prince Pullins and Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . >
Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* . >
Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: It was reported that 5,200 were in attendance for this card. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 16, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and Steve Keirn & Bob Orton, Jr., . > Jerry Oates vs. Jimmy Garvin > Tom Jones
(02) vs. Doug Somers > Don Muraco & Prince Pullins vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt > Mask versus Mask: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Super A > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Harley Race & Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins.

August 17, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. El Gaucho > Bill Dromo and Terry Garvin . > Mike McCord vs. Dennis Stamp > Steve Keirn
over Ron Garvin > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > Jack Brisco vs. Roger Kirby / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 19, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) versus Big Mac > Midget World Title Match: Little Tokyo* versus Little Bobo > Steve Keirn versus Harley
Race > Buddy Colt versus Prince Pullins > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)

August 20, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Gama Singh versus the Great Fuji > Charlie Cook versus Angelo Poffo > Ray Candy & Assassin #2 (01) & El Mongol versus Crusher
Verdu & the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Puerto Rico Heavyweight Title Match: Carlos Colon*
versus Luke Graham > Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match: Rock Hunter* versus the Missouri Mauler > World Heavyweight Title Match: Ox
Baker vs. Ernie Ladd* for the title / Notes: Hunter managed Verdu and Graham. The program we have for this card featured a copy of
a letter written to Gunkel from Otis Head on behalf of the Youth Development Center, showing their appreciation for making them feel
welcome at the cards.

August 20, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tom
Jones (02) vs. El Gaucho > Midget Match: the Haiti Kid vs. Little Tokyo . > Midget Match: Little Bobo vs. Little Louie
(01) > Harley Race vs. Jerry Oates > Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . >
Beard versus Beard Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Bill Dromo & the Professional / Notes: It was reported that 4,600 were
in attendance for this card.

August 23, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roger Kirby vs. Dennis Stamp > Midget Tag Team Match: Little Bobo & the Haiti Kid vs. Little Tokyo & Little Louie (01) > Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin and Steve Keirn & Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto . > Don Muraco vs. Bill Watts by
disqualification > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Harley Race > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Dusty
Rhodes & Prince Pullins > Georgia Heavyweight Title versus Mask Match (No Disqualification): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Buddy Colt* to
win the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 24, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dennis Stamp and Roberto Soto . > Mike McCord vs. Pago-Pago > Tom Jones (02) vs. Doug Somers >
Midget Match: the Haiti Kid vs. Little Louie (01) > Roger Kirby vs. Steve Keirn > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson

August 24, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Sonny Rogers versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Roger Kirby versus Hurricane Hester > Midget World Title Match: Little
Tokyo* versus Little Bobo > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Bill Dromo & the Professional > Buddy Colt versus Prince Pullins / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 26, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dennis Stamp versus Roberto Soto > Mike McCord versus Doug Somers > Midget Match: Little Tokyo versus the Haiti Kid >
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Steve Keirn & Bob Orton, Jr. > Tom Jones (02) versus Harley Race > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 27, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Foley versus Victor Jovica > Ted Oates versus the Great Fuji > Angelo Poffo versus the Magnificent Zulu > Ray Candy & Assassin #2
(01), El Mongol & the Missouri Mauler vs. Luke Graham & Crusher Verdu & the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick
Charles) > Carlos Colon vs. Super Soul Davis > World Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Ernie Ladd vs. Ox Baker* for
the title at 21:00 / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

August 27, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Prince
Pullins vs. Big Mac > Midget Tag Team Match: Little Bobo & the Haiti Kid vs. Little Louie (01) & Little Tokyo > Roberto Soto vs. Harley
Race . > No Disqualification / No Countout Match: Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) > Bill Dromo & Mike McCord vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson .

August 28, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Sonny Rogers versus Tom Jones (02) > Midget Tag Team Match: Little Louie (01) & Little Tokyo versus Little
Bobo & the Haiti Kid > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto > Columbus Heavyweight Title Match: Jerry Oates*
versus Harley Race > Buddy Colt & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Mike McCord & Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 30, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dennis Stamp and Jack Welch (02) . > Roger Kirby vs. Steve Keirn > Tom Jones (02) & Prince Pullins vs.
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Midget World Title Match: Little Tokyo* vs. Little Bobo > Harley Race vs. Bill Dromo > Buddy Colt vs. Don
Muraco > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

August 31, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Roger Kirby vs. Prince Pullins > Midget Match: the Haiti Kid vs. Little
Tokyo > Harley Race vs. the Professional > Buddy Colt & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Mike McCord & Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)

September 3, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Crusher Verdu versus El Mongol > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick
Charles) > Carlos Colon & the Missouri Mauler vs. Rock Hunter & Super Soul Davis > Loser Leaves Cage Match (No Disqualification):
Ernie Ladd vs. Ox Baker / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Verdu.

September 3, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates vs. Sonny Rogers > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Dennis Stamp & the Professional > Harley Race vs. Roberto Soto > Macon
Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Roger Kirby > Bill Dromo & Mike McCord & Andre the Giant vs. Buddy Colt & Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

September 6, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Jack Welch (02) > Mike McCord vs. Roger Kirby > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Dennis Stamp & Steve
Keirn > Harley Race vs. Prince Pullins > Andre the Giant vs. Buddy Colt . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

September 7, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Steve Keirn vs. Sonny Rogers > Jerry Oates vs. Derrell Cochran > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Tom
Jones (02) & Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Roger Kirby > Mike McCord vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins.

September 7, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – J.J. Daniell Community School (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Big Mac versus the Professional > Doug Somers versus Dennis Stamp > Bob Orton, Jr., versus Pago-Pago
> Bill Dromo versus Gene Anderson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Ole Anderson

September 10, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Gama Singh versus the Great Fuji > Charlie Cook versus Angelo Poffo > Ted Oates versus Lanny Poffo > Norman Frederick Charles
versus El Mongol > Texas Death Match: Ray Candy versus Jonathan Boyd > Carlos Colon, Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler vs.
Rock Hunter & Crusher Verdu & Super Soul Davis > World Heavyweight Title Match: Ernie Ladd* vs. Luke Graham / Notes: The
Magnificent Zulu was the special referee for the Candy-Boyd match. Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

September 10, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Steve Keirn vs. Doug Somers > Tom Jones (02) vs. Pago-Pago > Roger Kirby versus Jerry Oates . > Bill Dromo &
Mike McCord vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* vs. Harley Race by
disqualification > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Buddy Colt

September 13, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Sonny Rogers > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin vs. Jack Welch (02) & Steve Keirn & Bob
Orton, Jr. > Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt vs. Tom Jones (02) & Prince Pullins > Mike McCord & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Ole Anderson & Gene
Anderson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Harley Race vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

September 14, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) vs. Pago-Pago > Roger Kirby vs. Roberto Soto > Pat Barrett vs. Gene Anderson > Ole
Anderson vs. Mike McCord > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby.

September 17, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Luke Graham versus El Mongol > Crusher Verdu versus Assassin #2 (01) > Carlos Colon versus Angelo Poffo . >
United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Super Soul Davis / Notes: The Missouri Mauler was the special referee for the
Candy-Davis match. Rock Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

September 17, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pat
Barrett vs. Sonny Rogers > Roger Kirby vs. Jerry Oates > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* and Buddy Colt went
to a . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* . >
Southeastern Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): Bill Dromo & Mike McCord vs. Ole Anderson & Gene
Anderson* for the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

September 20, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tom Jones (02) vs. Jerry Oates > Prince Pullins vs. Roger Kirby > Pat Barrett vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable
(02) vs. Dottie Downs > Handicap Match: Bill Watts vs. Bill Dromo & the Professional > Don Muraco & Dusty Rhodes vs. Ron Garvin
& Terry Garvin > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* vs. Buddy Colt > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack
Brisco* vs. Harley Race / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

September 23, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Prince Pullins versus the Invader (02) > Don Muraco versus Tony Santos > Mixed Tag Team Match: Sonny Rogers & Donna
Christianello versus Daisy Mae (01) & the Professional > Mike McCord versus Harley Race > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Mr.
Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)

September 24, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > Lanny Poffo vs. John Foley > Victor Jovica vs. the Great Fuji > Ted Oates and Norman Frederick Charles . >
Paul Christy vs. Jonathan Boyd . > Ray Candy & El Mongol vs. Crusher Verdu & Super Soul Davis > Carlos Colon
over Angelo Poffo > Luke Graham versus the Missouri Mauler . > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match:
Assassin #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Foley substituted for Gama Singh in the match against Poffo. Assassin #2 voluntarily
unmasked himself before the match with Hunter, revealing himself to be Joe Hamilton, and clarifying he was the brother of the Mauler.
Charlie Cook was the special referee for the match. Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

September 24, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Steve Keirn vs. Bad News Kent > Roger Kirby vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Dottie Downs > Pat
Barrett vs. Jimmy Garvin > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Mike McCord > Macon Tag Team Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* for the title / Notes:
McCord substituted for Bill Dromo in the match against Colt. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins.

September 25, 1974 (Wednesday) – Montezuma, GA (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Victor Jovica and
John Foley . > Norman Frederick Charles & Cisco Grimaldo vs. Ted Oates & El Mongol > Carlos Colon vs. Crusher
Verdu > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* vs. Luke Graham > the Missouri Mauler & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Angelo Poffo & Rock Hunter & Super Soul Davis / Notes: Charlie Cook was the special referee for the
Mauler/Assassins-Poffo/Hunter/Davis match. Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

September 27, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin vs. Tom Jones (02) & Roberto Soto & Prince Pullins > Bob Roop vs. Bunk
Harris > Pat Barrett and Roger Kirby . > Buddy Colt vs. Mike McCord > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson* vs. Don Muraco & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Harley Race . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

September 28, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) vs. Sonny Rogers > Mike McCord vs. Martin Beavers > Bob Roop vs. Steve Keirn >
Buddy Colt vs. the Professional > Don Muraco & Pat Barrett vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

September 30, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sonny Rogers versus the Professional > Tony Santos versus Bob Roop > Mike McCord & Pat Barrett versus Gene Anderson
& Harley Race > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Don Muraco* versus Buddy Colt > Loser Leaves Match: Ole Anderson versus Mr.
Wrestling #1 / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

October 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Foley versus Victor Jovica > Ted Oates versus Lanny Poffo > Paul Christy & Carlos Colon versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Crusher Verdu versus El Mongol > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* versus Luke
Graham > Angelo Poffo & Rock Hunter & Super Soul Davis versus the Missouri Mauler & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Charlie Cook was the special referee for the Candy-Graham match. Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

October 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) and Sonny Rogers . > Bob Roop vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Pat Barrett vs. Mark Starr (01) > Harley Race vs. Tom
Jones (02) > Don Muraco & the Professional vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Roberto Soto vs. Gene
Anderson in the fourth round / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

October 2, 1974 (Wednesday) – Montezuma, GA (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tim Geohagen versus
the Spider (02) > John Foley versus Cisco Grimaldo > Ted Oates & Buddy Atlas versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman
Frederick Charles) > Montezuma Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* versus Super Soul Davis

October 4, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., and Prince Pullins . > Mike McCord vs. Rock Riddle > Tom Jones (02) vs. Mark Starr (01) >
Bob Roop & Pat Barrett vs. Roger Kirby & Billy Spears > the Sheik vs. Bill Watts . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Don Muraco* versus Buddy Colt ended
in a no contest / Notes: Starr substituted for Martin Beavers in the match against Jones. Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

October 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson – Promoters /
International Wrestling League) > Captain Soul versus the Butcher (01) > Levi Banks versus Beautiful Bobby > the Super Assassin
versus the Tonga Kid > Mountain Man Goliath versus the Magnificent Zulu > Mixed Tag Team Match: Johnny Ringo (01) & Sheila Reeves
versus Gama Singh & Christie Nichols > Jim Wilson versus Tank Patton > the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus the Medics (01) (Medic #1
(01) & Medic #2 (01)) > Thunderbolt Patterson versus Billy Blue Rivers / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Rivers. Dr. Blood managed
the Medics. The card for this program featured an advertisement for Williams’ Real Christian Church, located at 775 Hunter Street in
Atlanta, saying you could attend church with Patterson and Wilson, and to “Come Dressed As You Are… There was also an
advertisement for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, asking “Do you need more money. Well join us in the greatest
money making venture ever to hit Atlanta.., where you paid $10 each month toward a group investment plan to fall back on in hard
times.

October 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Georgia Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament: Luke Graham (Winner) for the title; Crusher Verdu, Jonathan Boyd, Norman
Frederick Charles, John Foley, the Spider (02), the Missouri Mauler, El Mongol, Ray Candy, Carlos Colon, Charlie Cook, and Bearcat
Wilkerson also participated > Angelo Poffo & Super Soul Davis vs. the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Texas
Death Lights Out Loser Leaves Cage Match: Lanny Poffo vs. Ted Oates / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results for the
tournament. Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu. The program we have for this card featured a copy of a letter written to Gunkel
from Ella Boyle on behalf of the DeKalb County Department of Family and Children Services, showing their appreciation for making them
feel welcome at the cards.

October 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams vs. Miss Wrestling > Danny Little Bear vs. Mark Starr (01) > Rocky
Johnson vs. Billy Spears > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. the Professional > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
over Mike McCord & Bobo Brazil / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

October 11, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin vs. Steve Keirn & Mike McCord & Bob Orton, Jr. > Danny Little Bear vs. Rock
Riddle > Roger Kirby vs. Pat Barrett > Rocky Johnson vs. Billy Spears > Bob Roop & Bobo Brazil vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
by disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Buddy Colt vs. Don Muraco for the title / Notes: Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

October 12, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson –
Promoters / International Wrestling League) > Levi Banks versus the Butcher (01) > Beautiful Bobby versus Captain Soul > Johnny Ringo
(01) & Frank Rogers versus Gama Singh & the Tonga Kid > Shotgun Austin versus Mountain Man Goliath > Tank Patton versus the
Magnificent Zulu > Jim Wilson & the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus Dr. Blood & the Medics (01) (Medic #1 (01) & Medic #2 (01)) >
Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Super Assassin / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Patton. Dr. Blood managed the Medics. There
was also a battle royal on this card for a reported purse of $1,000.

October 12, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Jimmy Garvin versus Steve Keirn > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus
Roberto Soto & the Professional > Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt versus Pat Barrett & Mike McCord / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby & Colt.

October 14, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Rock Riddle > Mike Loren versus Danny Little Bear > Mike McCord versus the Sheik > Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson versus Bob Roop & Rocky Johnson > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the
Sheik. Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

October 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> John Foley versus Cisco Grimaldo > Charlie Cook versus Lanny Poffo > Ray Candy versus Crusher Verdu > Paul Christy & Assassin
#2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler versus Angelo Poffo & the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Luke Graham* vs. Carlos Colon > Handicap Match: Ernie Ladd vs. Rock Hunter & Super Soul Davis / Notes:
Tom Renesto was the special referee for the Ladd-Hunter/Davis match. Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

October 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve
Keirn and Mark Starr (01) . > Rocky Johnson vs. Mike Loren > Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin vs. Mike McCord & Danny
Little Bear > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Buddy Colt* . > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & the Sheik / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Bearcat Wright managed Colt. Eddie Creatchman
managed the Sheik.

October 18, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Patera vs. Billy Spears > Pat Barrett vs. Terry Garvin . > Handicap Match: Rocky Johnson vs. Mike
Loren & Rock Riddle > Roger Kirby vs. Steve Keirn > Danny Little Bear vs. Ron Garvin > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson
& Gene Anderson* vs. Bob Roop & Mike McCord > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Harley Race > Buddy Colt versus the Sheik ended in a no
contest / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.
The program we have for this card is the first we have that defines Freddie Miller’s role, noting that he was putting programs together
at the time. He would also later be credited with producing “Georgia Championship Wrestling.. on television, as well as handling
publicity for the company. The program also is the first mention of tapings in Atlanta occurring at 11:00 AM on Saturdays, which obviously
worked much better for allowing appropriate editing time for the show to be prepared by the 6:00 PM airing. It also features a small bio
written about Keirn by Jim Carlisle, who was the host of “Columbus Championship Wrestling.. for Fred Ward’s part of the
territory. In addition, it provides an expanded listing of where “Georgia Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Gordon Solie, can be
seen outside the Atlanta area: Augusta (Channel 12 WRDW on Saturday from 2:00 to 3:00 PM and Channel 26 WATU on Saturday from 1:
00 to 2:00 PM), Albany (Channel 10 WALB on Saturday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM), and Savannah (Channel 22 WJCL from 2:30 to 3:30 PM
and
Channel 11 WTOC on Saturday from 11:00 PM to Midnight).

October 19, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson –
Promoters / International Wrestling League) > Beautiful Bobby versus the Tonga Kid > Levi Banks versus Gama Singh > the Butcher (01)
versus the Magnificent Zulu > Captain Soul versus Mountain Man Goliath > Johnny Ringo (01) & Frank Rogers versus Jim Wilson &
Shotgun Austin > Thunderbolt Patterson & the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus the Super Assassin & the Medics (01) (Medic #1 (01) &
Medic #2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Goliath. Dr. Blood managed the Medics.

October 21, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Roop versus Mark Starr (01) > Ken Patera versus Joe Turco > Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Pat Barrett & Danny
Little Bear > Ron Garvin versus Rocky Johnson > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* versus Buddy Colt &
Harley Race / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

October 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Lanny Poffo versus Cisco Grimaldo > Midget Match: Little Bobo versus Kid Chocolate > Paul Christy versus Super Soul Davis ended in a
no contest > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook and the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) . > Carlos
Colon versus El Mongol . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Luke Graham* versus the Missouri Mauler ended in a
no contest > United States Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) vs. Angelo Poffo & Rock
Hunter* for the title / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Graham.

October 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Prince
Pullins vs. Sonny Rogers > Mark Starr (01) and Jack Welch (02) . > Ken Patera vs. Rock Riddle > Jimmy Garvin versus
Danny Little Bear . > Bill Dromo vs. Harley Race . > Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Race.

October 25, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Sonny Rogers > Ken Patera vs. Derrell Cochran > Bob Roop vs. Billy Spears > Danny Little Bear vs.
Joe Turco > Bill Watts vs. Mike McCord > Rocky Johnson vs. Roger Kirby > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Harley Race & Buddy Colt
over Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* / Notes: Following the Race/Colt-Andersons match, the title was held up pending a rematch on
November 1, 1974. Bearcat Wright managed Race, Colt, and Kirby.

October 26, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson – Promoters /
International Wrestling League) / Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but it is unclear as to the matches and results. It is entirely
possible this card was cancelled. Advertised on this card were Thunderbolt Patterson, Bearcat Wright, Jim Wilson, the Magnificent Zulu,
Dr. Blood, the Great Malenko (02), the Medics (01) (Medic #1 (01) & Medic #2 (01)), the Islanders (Afa & Sika), Chief Big Heart, Billy
Blue
Rivers, Homer O’Dell, Johnny Ringo (01), Mountain Man Goliath, the Butcher (01), Beautiful Bobby, Gama Singh, the Tonga Kid, the
Super Assassin, Captain Soul, Levi Banks, Sheila Reeves, Christie Nichols, and Beverly Shade.

October 26, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Garvin versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Bob Roop & Rocky Johnson > Ken Patera versus
Joe Turco > Indian Strap Match: Danny Little Bear versus Harley Race > Gene Anderson versus the Invader (03) > Ole Anderson versus
Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

October 28, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat Barrett versus Sonny Rogers > Handicap Match: Ken Patera versus Doug Somers & Mark Starr (01) > Bob Roop versus
Billy Spears > Roger Kirby versus Rocky Johnson > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Buddy Colt & Harley Race / Notes: Bearcat
Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

October 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Battle Royal featuring Man Mountain Blackwell, Ray Candy, Carlos Colon, Charlie Cook, Super Soul Davis, Chief Bold Eagle, John Foley,
Luke Graham, Cisco Grimaldo, the Missouri Mauler, El Mongol, Dick Steinborn, the Spider (02), Crusher Verdu, Jonathan Boyd, and
Norman Frederick Charles > United States Tag Team Title Brass Knuckles Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Angelo Poffo & Rock Hunter / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal.
Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

October 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Joe
Turco and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Women’s Battle Royal: Susan Green (Winner); Donna Christianello, Dottie Downs, Joyce
Grable (02), Paula Kaye, Daisy Mae (01), Peggy Patterson, and Vicky Williams also participated > Women’s World Title Match: the
Fabulous Moolah* vs. Susan Green > Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin . > Indian
Strap Match: Danny Little Bear vs. Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. The battle royal was to determine a
challenger for the Women’s World Title match.

November 1, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden vs. Sonny Rogers > Ken Patera vs. Joe Turco > Danny Little Bear vs. Billy Spears > Rocky Johnson & Bob
Roop vs. the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Roger Kirby vs. Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson for the title > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Harley Race / Notes: The Colt/Kirby-Andersons match was a
rematch from October 25, 1974. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Colt, and Race.

November 4, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Doug Somers versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ken Patera versus Mike McCord > Jimmy Golden & Rocky Johnson versus the Mighty
Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Texas Tornado Tag Team Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
versus Buddy Colt & Harley Race > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes
managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

November 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Lanny Poffo vs. Randy Jones > Dick Steinborn vs. Angelo Poffo > Charlie Cook vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Carlos Colon versus El
Mongol . > Ray Candy & Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler and Wayne Cowan & Crusher Verdu & Super Soul
Davis . at 15:00 > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Chief Bold Eagle & Chief Little Eagle vs. the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles)* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Luke Graham* versus Ox Baker ended in a no
contest / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

November 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Mark Starr (01) > Ken Patera vs. Joe Turco > Pat Barrett vs. Rock Riddle > Bob Armstrong & Rocky Johnson vs. Roger
Kirby & Harley Race . > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin vs. Danny Little Bear & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Kirby.

November 8, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat Barrett vs. Billy Spears > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera &
Danny Little Bear > Loser Leaves Match: Harley Race vs. Mike McCord > Rocky Johnson & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Roger
Kirby & Buddy Colt & Bearcat Wright > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes:
J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

November 9, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ken Patera versus Mike McCord > Gene Anderson versus Joe Turco > Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. >
Bob Roop & Rocky Johnson versus the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Ole Anderson / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

November 11, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Terry Garvin versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Steve Keirn versus Jimmy Garvin > Roger Kirby & Harley Race & Bearcat Wright versus
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Rocky Johnson / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed Terry Garvin. Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

November 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > John Foley vs. the Champ > Man Mountain Blackwell vs. Ray Candy > Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler vs. Angelo
Poffo & Super Soul Davis > Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Steinborn* vs. Wayne Cowan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) vs. Chief Bold Eagle & Chief Little Eagle* for the title > Round
Robin Match: Crusher Verdu vs. Luke Graham and Ox Baker > No Disqualification Match: Carlos Colon vs. El Mongol / Notes: Charlie
Cook was the special referee for the Colon-Mongol match. Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu. This is believed to have been the
final card for the All-South Wrestling Alliance, with Jim Barnett having reached an agreement to buy out Gunkel. It has been reported that
Gunkel received money from Georgia Championship Wrestling well into the 1980s as a result of the agreement.

November 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve
Keirn vs. Doug Somers > Billy Spears vs. Jack Welch (02) > Jimmy Garvin and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Rocky Johnson &
Danny Little Bear vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Harley Race vs. Ole Anderson & Gene
Anderson for the title / Notes: It was reported that 5,000 were in attendance for this card. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat
Wright managed Race and Colt.

November 15, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden & Steve Keirn vs. Billy Spears & Doug Somers > Mixed Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) & Darling
Dagmar vs. Peggy Patterson & Diamond Lil > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera
& Don Muraco > Roger Kirby vs. Ole Anderson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson vs. Buddy Colt* > Rocky Johnson
versus Bearcat Wright > Lights Out Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Harley Race / Notes: Patterson substituted for Dottie Downs to team
with Lil in the match against Grable & Dagmar. Muraco substituted for Danny Little Bear to team with Patera in the match against the
Yankees. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt. Following the Johnson-Colt match, the title was held
up pending a rematch on November 22, 1974.

November 16, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ron Garvin and Ricky Gibson . > Handicap Match: Ken Patera vs. Joe Turco & John Grey >
Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Steve Keirn > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Rocky Johnson & Danny
Little Bear > Jack Brisco versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes managed
the Yankees.

November 18, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ricky Gibson versus Roger Kirby > Women’s Match: Betty Nicoli versus Jean Antone
> Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Harley Race versus
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Buddy Colt* versus Rocky Johnson /
Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

November 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) vs. Mark Starr (01) > Ricky Gibson vs. Pepe Lopez > Danny Little Bear vs. Terry Garvin > Jimmy Golden & Bob Orton, Jr.,
over Ron Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Billy Spears & Buddy Colt & Bearcat Wright vs. Rocky Johnson & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson by
disqualification / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Wright managed Race and Colt.

November 22, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Jimmy Golden > Pat Barrett vs. Ronnie Paul > Roger Kirby vs. Jerry Brisco > the Mighty Yankees (02)
(Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > Chain Match: Harley Race vs. Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson vs. Buddy Colt for the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.
Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt. The Colt-Johnson match was a rematch from November 15, 1974.

November 23, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ronnie Paul versus Bill Dromo > Roger Kirby versus Danny Little Bear > Women’s Match: Betty Nicoli
versus Jean Antone > Texas Death Match: Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
versus Harley Race & the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby
and Race. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.

November 25, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson versus Roger Kirby > Loser Leaves Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus the Mighty Yankees (02)
(Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Rocky Johnson > Lights Out
Match: Harley Race versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and
Colt.

November 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Joe Turco > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Peggy Patterson > Billy Spears & Buddy Colt vs. Jimmy Golden
& Steve Keirn > Rocky Johnson & Danny Little Bear vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack
Brisco* and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

November 29, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Danny Little Bear vs. Ron Garvin > Ricky Gibson and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Loser Leaves Match: the Mighty
Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > North American Heavyweight Title
Match: Bob Armstrong* vs. Harley Race > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* vs. Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt. The
program for this card mentioned that tapings for “Georgia Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Gordon Solie, are now being held
on Tuesdays at 1:00 PM at the Sports Arena on Chester Avenue.

December 2, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Steve Keirn > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera
& Ray Candy > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Harley Race > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* vs. Ricky Gibson &
Rocky Johnson / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

December 3, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell
Cochran vs. Joe Turco > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Mark Starr (01) > Pat Barrett vs. Ronnie Paul > Jimmy Golden & Ricky Gibson vs. Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Rocky Johnson & Danny Little Bear vs. Buddy Colt & Harley Race* for the title /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

December 6, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden & Steve Keirn vs. Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Ricky Gibson vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > the Mighty Yankees (02)
(Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera & Danny Little Bear > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bob
Armstrong* vs. Bill Watts > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* vs. Buddy Colt > Lumberjack Match: Rocky Johnson
versus Bearcat Wright > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Harley Race / Notes: Wrestling #2 had vowed to unmask if he could not defeat Race.
Wright managed Race and Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.

December 9, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera & Bill Dromo > Midget Match: Little
Louie (01) vs. Sonny Boy Hayes > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* vs. Roger Kirby > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) . > Texas Death Match: Steve Keirn vs. Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. J.C.
Dykes managed the Yankees.

December 10, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Cowboy Lang vs. Little Louie (01) > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Pat
Barrett & Jimmy Golden > Ricky Gibson vs. Ron Garvin > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* vs. Rocky Johnson /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Bearcat Wright managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.

December 13, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Ricky Gibson vs. Dennis Stamp > Bill Dromo vs. Bob Sweetan > the
Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera & Steve Keirn > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* . / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. J.
C. Dykes managed the Yankees. The program we have for this card mentioned that Freddie Miller had replaced Jim Bell as the ring
announcer in Atlanta. It also had a plug for “Championship Wrestling from Florida.., which was shown immediately following .
..Georgia Championship Wrestling.., both hosted by Gordon Solie, at 7:00 PM on Channel 17, filling the time slot that had previously
had Ann Gunkel’s “All-South Championship Wrestling.. program.

December 16, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Man Mountain Blackwell > Boxing Match: Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ken Patera & Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) versus the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky
Johnson* versus the Assassin (01) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Buddy Colt / Notes: Bearcat Wright
managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 17, 1974 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Mark Starr (01) > Derrell Cochran versus Joe Turco > Roberto Soto versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ken Patera
versus the Assassin (01) > Roger Kirby & Billy Spears versus Danny Little Bear & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
the Assassin. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby.

December 17, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Golden vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Robert Fuller vs. Bill Miller > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty
Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Pat Barrett & Bill Dromo > Ron Garvin and Ricky Gibson . > Jack Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. Buddy
Colt & Bearcat Wright . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Wright managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the
Yankees.

December 20, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ricky Gibson and Billy Spears . > Roberto Soto vs. Roger Kirby > Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden vs. Ron Garvin & Bob
Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > the Assassin (01) vs. Danny Little Bear > Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) vs. Buddy Colt > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson vs. Jack Brisco* . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin. Ken Patera was the special referee for the Wrestling #2-Colt match. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock
Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 23, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden vs. Mark Starr (01) > Ron Garvin vs. Derrell Cochran > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. the Professional > the Assassin
(01) vs. Ken Patera > Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin.
Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 25, 1974 (Wednesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Joe Turco vs. Ronnie Paul > Roberto Soto vs. the Professional > Mixed Tag Team Match: Derrell Cochran & Darling Dagmar vs. Billy
Spears & Diamond Lil > the Assassin (01) vs. Ken Patera > No Time Limit Match: Ron Garvin vs. Ricky Gibson > Rocky Johnson vs.
Buddy Colt . > Rocky Johnson vs. Bearcat Wright . / Notes: Paul substituted for Robert Fuller in the
match against Turco. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Wright managed Colt. Hunter managed the Assassin (01).

December 27, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Golden and Steve Keirn . > Robert Fuller vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto ended in a no
contest > the Assassin (01) vs. the Professional > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Roger Kirby > North American Heavyweight Title Match:
Bob Armstrong* vs. Bobby Shane > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* vs. Buddy Colt . / Notes:
Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 30, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Mighty Yankee #1 (02) . > Joe Turco vs. Ricky Gibson > Jimmy Golden and Bob
Orton, Jr., . > Ken Patera vs. the Assassin (01) > Roger Kirby & Mighty Yankee #2 (02) vs. Robert Fuller & Rocky Johnson
/ Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 31, 1974 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but no details have been found.

December 31, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Steve Keirn > Bill Dromo and Joe Turco . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Lumberjack
Match: Ricky Gibson vs. Ron Garvin . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) &
Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Rocky Johnson & Danny Little Bear* for the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes
managed the Yankees.

January 3, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson vs. Dennis Stamp > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Pat Barrett > Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin > No Disqualification
Match: Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears > Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty
Yankee #2 (02)) > the Assassin (01) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes managed the
Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

January 6, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Jimmy Golden and Chuck O’Connor . at 15:00 > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Mighty Yankee #1 (02) > Jerry Brisco vs. Ron
Garvin > Rocky Johnson vs. Mighty Yankee #2 (02) > Robert Fuller vs. Bob Orton, Jr., by countout > Texas Death Match: Ken Patera
over the Assassin (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

January 7, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ronnie Paul vs. Mark Starr (01) > Chuck O’Connor vs. Derrell Cochran > Jimmy Golden vs. Buddy Colt . >
Jimmy Golden & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Choo-Choo Lynn
over Man Mountain Blackwell > Cage Match (No Time Limit): Ricky Gibson vs. Ron Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C.
Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

January 10, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Chuck O’Connor > Ricky Gibson and Bob Orton, Jr., . at 15:00 > Ken Patera vs.
the Invader (04) at 7:00 > Brass Knuckles Match: Roberto Soto vs. Man Mountain Blackwell at 9:00 > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Harry
Smith > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* . > No
Disqualification Match: the Assassin (01) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) by countout / Notes: The Cochran-O’Connor match was
cancelled for unknown reasons. The Abdullah-Smith match was not on the original card. For whatever reason, it was announced earlier
in the evening that the match was to be Abdullah versus Greg Peterson. There is no explanation given for the change from Peterson to
Smith. Blackwell substituted for Billy Spears in the match with Soto. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the
Assassin. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

January 11, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller vs. Bill Costello > Danny Little Bear vs. Ronnie Paul > Ricky Gibson versus Bob Orton, Jr., ended in a no
contest > Jimmy Golden & Robert Fuller vs. Roger Kirby & Man Mountain Blackwell > Rocky Johnson vs. Buddy Colt / Notes: Bearcat
Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

January 13, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Patera versus Chuck O’Connor > Ricky Gibson versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Jimmy Garvin versus Danny Little Bear > the
Assassin (01) versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Handicap Loser Leaves Match: Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson versus J.C. Dykes & the
Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed
the Assassin.

January 14, 1975 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Mark Starr (01) > Derrell Cochran versus Bill Costello > Rocky Johnson versus Man Mountain Blackwell >
Bob Orton, Jr., versus Danny Little Bear > Roberto Soto versus Billy Spears

January 14, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jimmy
Golden versus Ronnie Paul > Jerry Brisco versus Roger Kirby > Ken Patera versus the Assassin (01) > Texas Death Match: Ron Garvin
versus Ricky Gibson > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee
#1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02))* . / Notes: Golden was the special referee for the Garvin-Gibson match. Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby.

January 17, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn and Ron Garvin . > Ricky Gibson vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Danny Little Bear
> Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over the Assassin (01) > Lights Out Texas Death Match: Roberto Soto vs. Billy Spears / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock
Hunter was suspended above the ring in a cage during the Wrestling #2-Assassin match. Hunter managed the Assassin. J.C. Dykes
managed the Yankees. The program we have for this card states that starting January 18, 1975, “Georgia Championship Wrestling.
.., hosted by Gordon Solie, can now be seen from 6:00 to 8:00 PM each Saturday on Channel 17.

January 18, 1975 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: On this episode of “Georgia Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Gordon Solie, the program expanded to two hours, seen
from 6:00 to 8:00 PM each Saturday on Channel 17. This was the point in which the program expanded to two hours, bumping the .
..Championship Wrestling from Florida.. programs, also hosted by Solie, that had replaced “All-South Championship Wrestling.
.. when the All-South Wrestling Alliance folded.

January 20, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal featuring Rocky Johnson, Robert Fuller, Jimmy Golden, Steve Keirn, Roger Kirby, Ron Garvin, and Man Mountain
Blackwell > the Assassin (01) versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Brass Knuckles Match: Ricky Gibson versus Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: It was
reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,000. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter
managed the Assassin.

January 21, 1975 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: Doug Somers and Tonya West were advertised, but no other details have been found.

January 21, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Man
Mountain Blackwell vs. Steve Keirn > Roger Kirby vs. Ricky Gibson > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Ann Casey > Ron
Garvin & Rock Hunter & the Assassin (01) vs. Ken Patera & Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > Jimmy Golden
versus J.C. Dykes > Macon Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived / No Time Limit): Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden vs. the
Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02))* for the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock
Hunter managed the Assassin. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby.

January 22, 1975 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Bill Costello > Jimmy Golden versus Man Mountain Blackwell > Ron Garvin versus
Robert Fuller > Ken Patera & Rocky Johnson versus Roger Kirby & the Assassin (01) > Columbus Tag Team Title Match (Disqualification
Rule Waived / No Time Limit): the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02))* versus Danny Little Bear & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > Lights Out Match: Jerry Brisco versus J.C. Dykes / Notes: Wrestling #2 had vowed to unmask if he and Little Bear
could not defeat the Yankees. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter
managed the Assassin.

January 24, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson vs. Billy Spears at 9:00 > Jimmy Golden vs. Ron Garvin at 11:00 > Robert Fuller vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > the
Assassin (01) vs. Roberto Soto > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* for
the title > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Ken Patera > Cage Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
Garvin. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being
referees for this card.

January 25, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Danny Little Bear vs. Ronnie Paul > Ricky Gibson vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) &
Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) vs. Ken Patera & Robert Fuller > the Assassin (01) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the
Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

January 27, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Joe Tomayo versus Dennis O’Brien > Billy Spears versus Jerry Brisco > Texas Death Match: Ricky Gibson versus Bob
Orton, Jr. > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* versus Buddy Colt > the Assassin (01) versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Rock Hunter was suspended above the ring in a cage during the Wrestling #2-Assassin match. Hunter managed the Assassin.
Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

January 28, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Steve Keirn versus Doug Somers > Ron Garvin versus Ken Patera > Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto & Danny Little Bear versus Roger Kirby &
Man Mountain Blackwell & Mighty Yankee #1 (02) > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Jimmy Golden versus J.C. Dykes > Hair
versus Mask Lights Out Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Robert Fuller versus Mighty Yankee #2 (02) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin. Dykes managed the Yankees.

January 31, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson vs. Dennis O’Brien > Robert Fuller vs. Bob Orton, Jr., . > Toru Tanaka vs. Jimmy
Golden > Mask versus Hair Match: Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee
#2 (02)) > Buddy Colt vs. Lou Thesz > Bill Watts vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Thesz substituted for Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) in the
match against Colt. Bearcat Wright managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka.

February 3, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Patera versus Don Greene > Don Muraco versus Ron Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson*
versus the Assassin (01) > Handicap Match: Andre the Giant versus Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt > Cage Match: Rock Hunter versus Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

February 4, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > United
States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus Ricky Gibson > Women’s World Tag Team Title Match: Joyce Grable
(02) & Vicky Williams* versus Donna Christianello & Paula Kaye > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Roger Kirby vs. Robert
Fuller & Jimmy Golden* for the title > Danny Little Bear versus the Assassin (01) > Buddy Colt versus Andre the Giant / Notes: Jimmy
Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

February 7, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller vs. Joe Tomayo > Don Muraco vs. Don Greene > Toru Tanaka vs. Bill Dromo > Jerry Brisco vs. Buddy Colt
> Handicap Match: Andre the Giant vs. Roger Kirby & the Assassin (01) > Bill Watts versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter
managed the Assassin and Tanaka.

February 10, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Joe Tomayo and Steve Keirn . at 15:00 > Toru Tanaka vs. Jimmy Golden > Don Muraco vs. Ron Garvin >
Abdullah the Butcher vs. Ken Patera > Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. Rock Hunter & the Assassin (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin. Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka.

February 11, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky
Gibson vs. Doug Somers > Steve Keirn vs. Dennis O’Brien > Robert Fuller & Don Muraco vs. Ron Garvin & Roger Kirby >
Abdullah the Butcher vs. Ken Patera > Indian Death Match: the Assassin (01) vs. Danny Little Bear / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
Garvin. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Bearcat Wright managed Abdullah.

February 14, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson vs. Don Greene at 11:00 > Jimmy Golden vs. Joe Tomayo at 8:00 > Jerry Lawler vs. Steve Keirn > Don
Muraco vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco vs. Ron Garvin at 10:00 > Toru Tanaka vs. Ken Patera > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Rocky
Johnson / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka. Verne Gagne was reported to have been in attendance
at this card. Bearcat Wright managed Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

February 15, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Joe Turco and Danny Little Bear . > Women’s Match: Ann Casey vs. Paula Kaye > Don Muraco & Robert
Fuller vs. Roger Kirby & Man Mountain Blackwell > Bill Dromo vs. Ron Garvin > the Assassin (01) vs. Jerry Brisco / Notes: Jimmy
Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Bobby Simmons was credited as being a referee for this card.

February 17, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto > Women’s Match: Paula Kaye versus Ann Casey > Roger Kirby versus Don Muraco >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* versus Jerry Lawler > Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco versus Toru Tanaka & the Assassin
(01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka.

February 18, 1975 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Eddie Einhorn – Promoter / International Wrestling
Association) > Eric the Red vs. Dick Steinborn > the Islanders (Afa & Sika) vs. Jose Rivera & Buddy Porter > Jim Wilson vs. Ali Baba
(02) > Women’s Match: Sheila Reeves vs. Kay Casey > Reginald Love & Hartford Love vs. Luis Martinez & Argentina Apollo > Tex
McKenzie vs. Rip Hawk . > the Mighty Igor vs. the Giant Goliath > the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) vs. Dino Bravo &
Gino Brito > El Mongol vs. Cisco Perez > Thunderbolt Patterson versus Bulldog Brower . / Notes: Al Costello
managed the Loves. Ivan Kalmikoff managed Igor. George Cannon managed the Mongols. Ernie Ladd seconded Patterson in the match
against Brower, who was seconded by Ivan Koloff.

February 18, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve
Keirn & Roberto Soto vs. Dennis O’Brien & Doug Somers > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs. Joyce Grable (02) > Jerry
Brisco vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Robert Fuller & Don Muraco vs. Ron Garvin & Roger Kirby* for
the title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. the Assassin (01) . / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
Garvin. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

February 21, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn and Ron Garvin . > Jerry Lawler vs. Ricky Gibson > Don Muraco & Jerry Brisco vs. Roger Kirby &
Bob Orton, Jr. > Bill Watts vs. Abdullah the Butcher . > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Rocky Johnson > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. the Assassin (01) / Notes: Brisco substituted for Robert Fuller to team with Muraco in the
match against Kirby & Orton, Jr. Bearcat Wright managed Abdullah, who substituted for Buddy Colt in the match against Watts, in what
was originally supposed to be a defense of the North American Heavyweight Title by Watts. Colt was injured the night before this card in
the plane crash that killed Bobby Shane and also injured Gary Hart and Mike McCord. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. The Assassin was
initially declared the winner in the match against Brisco, but the decision was reversed when the referee discovered a weapon in his
mask after the fact. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

February 24, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Joe Tomayo versus Danny Little Bear > Ray Candy versus Jerry Lawler > Don Muraco versus the Assassin (01) > Brass
Knuckles Match: Jerry Brisco versus Rock Hunter > Rocky Johnson versus Toru Tanaka / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin
and Tanaka.

February 25, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Billy
Spears and Danny Little Bear . > Roger Kirby vs. Roberto Soto > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Robert Fuller & Don
Muraco* vs. Jerry Lawler & the Mongolian Stomper > Toru Tanaka vs. Bill Watts > Bob Armstrong vs. the Assassin (01) by
disqualification / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and the Assassin.

February 28, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Don Greene vs. Steve Keirn > Robert Fuller vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Lawler vs. Ray Candy > Harley Race vs. Pat O.
..Connor > Don Muraco & Rocky Johnson vs. Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01) > Lumberjack Match: Bill Watts versus Abdullah the
Butcher . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka. Bearcat Wright managed Abdullah. Ron West
and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

March 1, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo vs. Don Greene > Derrell Cochran and Joe Turco . > Ray Candy vs. Billy Spears > Robert Fuller
over Ron Garvin > Jerry Brisco vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for
this card.

March 2, 1975 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert
Fuller vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco vs. Billy Spears . > Jerry Lawler vs. Ricky Gibson > Ray Candy & Rocky
Johnson vs. Roger Kirby & Don Greene > Don Muraco versus Toru Tanaka . > Bob Armstrong vs. the Assassin
(01) / Notes: Rock Hunter, who managed the Assassin, was suspended above the ring in a steel cage for the Assassin’s match
against Armstrong. Hunter also managed Tanaka.

March 3, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Dudley Clements and Danny Little Bear . at 15:00 > Don Kent vs. Bill Dromo > Ray Candy vs. Don Greene > Mr.
Wrestling #1 vs. Toru Tanaka > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson* vs. Jerry Lawler & the Assassin (01) /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka.

March 7, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson vs. Dudley Clements > Robert Fuller vs. Don Kent > Jerry Brisco & Don Muraco vs. Jerry Lawler & the
Assassin (01) > Rocky Johnson vs. Tarzan Tyler > Bill Watts vs. Toru Tanaka > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes:
Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka. Bearcat Wright managed Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being
referees for this card.

March 9, 1975 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron Garvin
and Ricky Gibson . > Bill Dromo vs. Joe Tomayo > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Don Greene & Jerry Lawler vs. Robert
Fuller & Don Muraco* for the title > Haystacks Calhoun & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01) . >
Cage Match: Bob Armstrong vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and the Assassin.

March 10, 1975 (Monday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Robert Fuller vs. Ron Garvin > Ricky Gibson and Bob Orton, Jr., . at 10:00 > Women’s Tag Team Match:
Dottie Downs & Toni Rose & the Fabulous Moolah vs. Donna Christianello & Daisy Mae (01) & Candy Rich > Jerry Brisco & Rocky
Johnson vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson . > Don Muraco versus Harley Race . > Dusty
Rhodes versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Doug Smith and Bobby Simmons were credited as being referees for this card.

March 10, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Doug Somers versus Dudley Clements > Don Kent versus Danny Little Bear > Don Greene versus Roberto Soto > Ray Candy versus
Jerry Lawler > Haystacks Calhoun & Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the
Assassin and Tanaka.

March 11, 1975 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Eddie Einhorn – Promoter / International Wrestling
Association) > Jim Wilson versus Tony Romano > the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus the Golden Gladiators (Golden Gladiator #1 &
Golden Gladiator #2) > Eric the Red versus Atitago > Al Costello & Reginald Love & Hartford Love versus Luis Martinez & Tex McKenzie &
Argentina Apollo > Handicap Match: the Mighty Igor versus Joe Turco & the Giant Goliath > IWA Tag Team Title Match: the Mongols (02)
(Geto & Bolo)* versus Dino Bravo & Gino Brito > Ernie Ladd versus Ivan Koloff > Thunderbolt Patterson versus Bulldog Brower / Notes:
Ivan Kalmikoff managed Igor. George Cannon managed the Mongols. During the Bravo/Brito-Mongols match, Cannon was handcuffed to
Igor at ringside.

March 14, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tommy Gilbert vs. Joe Tomayo > Ricky Gibson vs. Don Kent > Ray Candy vs. Don Greene > Jerry Lawler and Don
Muraco . > Harley Race vs. Danny Little Bear at 16:00 > Haystacks Calhoun vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Mr. Wrestling #1
over Toru Tanaka / Notes: Little Bear substituted for Dusty Rhodes in the match against Race. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka. Bearcat
Wright managed Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

March 15, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Danny Little Bear vs. Doug Somers > Tommy Gilbert and Dudley Clements . > Bill Dromo versus Don Kent
ended . > Billy Spears vs. Roberto Soto > the Assassin (01) vs. Ray Candy > Haystacks Calhoun vs. Toru Tanaka /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

March 17, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Larry Zbyszko vs. Ron Garvin > Don Kent versus Tommy Gilbert . > Dudley Clements vs. Doug Somers >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01) vs. Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson* for the title > Cage Match:
Haystacks Calhoun vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka.

March 18, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Abdullah
the Butcher vs. Ray Candy > Macon Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament: Toru Tanaka vs. Danny Little Bear (Winners) for the
title; Jerry Brisco, Dudley Clements, Derrell Cochran, Tommy Gilbert, Don Greene, Rocky Johnson, Don Kent, Jerry Lawler, Don Muraco,
and Bob Orton, Jr., also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka
and Abdullah.

March 21, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Larry Zbyszko vs. Doug Somers > Ricky Gibson and Roberto Soto . > Robert Fuller vs. Billy Spears > Bill
Dromo vs. Ron Garvin > Toru Tanaka vs. Don Muraco > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Abdullah the Butcher vs. Rocky Johnson* to
win the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah.

March 24, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Don Greene and Larry Zbyszko . at 15:00 > Ricky Gibson vs. Dudley Clements > Ray Candy vs. Jerry Lawler > Boxing
Match: Tommy Gilbert vs. Don Kent > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. Toru Tanaka & the Assassin
(01)* . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and Tanaka.

March 25, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Larry
Zbyszko vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Ray Candy vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Midget Women’s Tag Team Match: Darling Dagmar & Honey
Girl Paige vs. Marie Laveau & Diamond Lil > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Don Greene & Jerry Lawler* and Jerry Brisco & Don Muraco
went to a . > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson vs. Toru Tanaka* . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
Tanaka.

March 28, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Don Kent and Ricky Gibson . > Don Muraco vs. Dudley Clements > Jerry Lawler & Don Greene and Jerry
Brisco & Rocky Johnson . > the Assassin (01) vs. Tony Parisi > Toru Tanaka vs. Bobo Brazil > Dusty Rhodes versus
Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.

March 29, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Larry Zbyszko vs. Dudley Clements > Ricky Gibson vs. Dudley Clements at 10:00 > Robert Fuller vs. Jerry Lawler /
Notes: Bobby Simmons was credited as being a referee for this card.

March 31, 1975 (Monday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Joe Tomayo vs. Larry Zbyszko at 10:00 > Dudley Clements vs. Danny Little Bear > Bill Dromo and Lorenzo Parente went
to a . > Don Muraco vs. Ron Wright > Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. the Masked Patriots (Masked Patriot #1 & Masked Patriot
#2) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Assassin (01) at 1:30 > Toru Tanaka & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Dusty Rhodes & Mr. Wrestling #1 /
Notes: Parente substituted for Billy Spears in the match against Dromo, and Wright substituted for Tony Peters in the match against
Muraco. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this
card.

March 31, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Don Greene versus Ricky Gibson > Roberto Soto versus Man Mountain Blackwell > Women’s Tag Team Match: Toni Rose & Paula
Kaye & the Fabulous Moolah versus Sheila Shepard & Daisy Mae (01) & Susan Green > Barbed Wire Fence Match: Jerry Lawler versus
Ray Candy > Texas Death Match: Don Kent versus Tommy Gilbert

April 1, 1975 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Eddie Einhorn – Promoter / International Wrestling
Association) > Jim Wilson versus Tony Romano > Joe Turco & the Giant Goliath versus the Islanders (Afa & Sika) > Luis Martinez &
Argentina Apollo versus Rip Hawk & Beautiful Bruce > Bob Ellis & Tex McKenzie versus Reginald Love & Hartford Love > George Cannon
& the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) versus Dino Bravo & Gino Brito & the Mighty Igor > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson versus Ivan
Koloff & Bulldog Brower > Mil Mascaras versus Eric the Red / Notes: Al Costello managed the Loves. Cannon managed Eric and the
Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo). Ivan Kalmikoff managed Igor.

April 1, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Larry
Zbyszko vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Ricky Gibson vs. Joe Tomayo > Women’s Tag Team Match: Sheila Shepard & Daisy Mae
(01) vs. Donna Christianello & the Fabulous Moolah > Don Greene & Jerry Lawler vs. Rocky Johnson & Roberto Soto > Toru Tanaka
over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka.

April 4, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo vs. Joe Tomayo > Ricky Gibson and Roberto Soto . > Robert Fuller vs. Don Kent > Jerry Brisco &
Rocky Johnson vs. Don Greene & the Assassin (01) > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Dominic Denucci > Toru Tanaka vs. Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) . / Notes: The Tanaka-Wrestling #2 match was billed as the “Revenge Match of the Century… Rock Hunter
managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah. The program for this card shows new stations that have picked up “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Gordon Solie, in Chattanooga, TN (Channel 3 WRCB on Sunday at 1:00 PM), and Orlando, FL
(Channel 35 WSWB on Sunday at 1:00 PM), with both stations only showing one hour of the program.

April 7, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Lorenzo Parente versus Danny Little Bear > Tommy Gilbert versus Ricky Gibson > Roberto Soto versus Dudley Clements > Don Muraco
versus Toru Tanaka > the Assassin (01) versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Abdullah the Butcher* versus
Rocky Johnson / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.

April 8, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto vs. Danny Little Bear > Ricky Gibson vs. Don Kent > Ricky Gibson & Tommy Gilbert vs. Don Greene & Jerry Lawler > Women.
..s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Donna Christianello > Bob Armstrong versus Abdullah the Butcher ended in a no
contest > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Toru Tanaka . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah.

April 11, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Dromo vs. Man Mountain Blackwell > Roberto Soto vs. Lorenzo Parente . > Robert Fuller & Tommy
Gilbert vs. Don Greene & Dudley Clements > Jerry Lawler and Rocky Johnson . > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Don Muraco >
No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Toru Tanaka / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah.

April 13, 1975 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dudley
Clements and Roberto Soto . > Jerry Brisco vs. Don Kent > Bill Dromo vs. Lorenzo Parente > Macon Tag Team Title
Match: Don Greene & Jerry Lawler* and Ricky Gibson & Tommy Gilbert . > Bob Armstrong vs. the Assassin (01) by
disqualification > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Toru Tanaka / Notes: Armstrong was the special
referee for the Wrestling #2-Tanaka match. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and the Assassin.

April 14, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ricky Gibson versus Billy Raven > Roberto Soto versus Dudley Clements > Don Kent versus Bob Armstrong > Jerry Brisco versus the
Assassin (01) > Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Toru Tanaka & Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the
Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.

April 15, 1975 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ray Candy and Billy Raven . > Jerry Brisco vs. Don Kent > Rocky Johnson vs. Don Greene > Bob Armstrong
& Robert Fuller vs. Jerry Lawler & the Assassin (01) > Dusty Rhodes & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Toru Tanaka & Abdullah the Butcher
/ Notes: Candy substituted for Ricky Gibson in the match against Raven. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.
Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

April 19, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ray Candy vs. Man Mountain Blackwell at 7:00 > Larry Zbyszko and Billy Raven . at 20:00 > Don Greene vs.
Ricky Gibson > Jerry Lawler vs. Robert Fuller at 15:00 > Toru Tanaka versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Rock
Hunter managed Tanaka. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 21, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Dennis Hall versus Lorenzo Parente > Don Greene versus Tommy Gilbert > Jerry Lawler versus Rocky Johnson > Jerry Brisco versus the
Assassin (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Abdullah the Butcher* versus Don Muraco > Toru Tanaka versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.

April 22, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ray Candy
versus Lorenzo Parente > Women’s Tag Team Match: Susan Green & Sheila Shepard versus Paula Kaye & Peggy Patterson > Jerry
Brisco versus Dudley Clements > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & the Assassin (01)* versus Ricky Gibson & Tommy
Gilbert > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Toru Tanaka* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin and
Tanaka.

April 25, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky
Gibson vs. Lorenzo Parente at 11:30 > Roger Kirby and Don Muraco . at 20:00 > Chris Taylor vs. Don Greene at 4:00 >
Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Don Kent & Dudley Clements > Harley Race vs. Ray Candy > Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson and
Jerry Lawler & the Assassin (01) . > Bruno Sammartino vs. Toru Tanaka > Andre the Giant vs. Abdullah the Butcher /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) joined Sammartino at ringside during his
match with Tanaka. Ron West and Bobby Simmons were credited as being referees for this card.

April 26, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Larry Zbyszko and Roberto Soto . > Ray Candy vs. Don Kent > Chris Taylor vs. Billy Raven > Bob Armstrong
& Robert Fuller vs. Don Greene & Jerry Lawler > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Toru Tanaka . / Notes: Rock Hunter
managed Tanaka. Bobby Simmons was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 28, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Billy Raven versus Larry Zbyszko > Bill Dromo versus Cowboy Parker > Ken Dillinger versus Dennis Hall > Chris Taylor versus Don
Greene > Bob Armstrong versus Jerry Lawler > No Disqualification Match: Toru Tanaka versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter
managed Tanaka.

May 1, 1975 (Thursday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Eddie Einhorn – Promoter / International Wrestling
Association) > Jim Wilson versus Joe Turco > Luis Martinez versus Eric the Red > Bob Ellis & Tex McKenzie versus Rip Hawk & Beautiful
Bruce > Ivan Koloff versus Argentina Apollo > Reginald Love & Hartford Love versus Dino Bravo & Gino Brito > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt
Patterson versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Bulldog Brower versus the Mighty Igor / Notes: Al Costello managed the Loves.
George Cannon managed the Mongols.

May 2, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Ricky Gibson > Jerry Brisco versus Jerry Lawler > Handicap Match: Chris Taylor versus Lorenzo Parente
& Billy Raven > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01)* versus Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller > Bobo Brazil
versus Abdullah the Butcher > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.

May 6, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dennis Hall
versus Larry Zbyszko > Don Kent versus Mike Stallings > Jerry Brisco versus Lorenzo Parente > Bill Dromo & Roberto Soto versus the
Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger & Cowboy Parker) > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & the Assassin (01)* versus Bob
Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Hunter managed the Assassin.

May 9, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Dillinger vs. Dennis Hall at 12:00 > Tommy Gilbert vs. Cowboy Parker at 12:00 > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob
Armstrong & Robert Fuller vs. Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01)* for the title at 19:28 > Dory Funk, Jr., vs. Jerry Lawler at 11:28 >
Chris Taylor vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Cage Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter /
Notes: Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

May 13, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dennis Hall
over Billy Spears > Ray Candy vs. Don Greene . > the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger & Cowboy Parker) vs. Bill Dromo &
Jerry Brisco > Women’s World Tag Team Title Match: Joyce Grable (02) & Vicky Williams* versus Donna Christianello & Toni Rose
ended . > Bob Armstrong vs. Toru Tanaka . / Notes: It was reported that 5,000 were in attendance for this
card. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka.

May 16, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Jerry Lawler vs. Tommy Gilbert > Jerry Brisco vs. Billy Spears > Georgia
Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller* vs. the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger & Cowboy Parker) > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs.
Toru Tanaka > Dory Funk, Jr., versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah.

May 20, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Don Kent
and Larry Zbyszko . > Mike Stallings vs. Billy Raven > Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson vs. the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger &
Cowboy Parker) . > Handicap Match: Andre the Giant vs. Don Greene & Jerry Lawler > Toru Tanaka vs. Bob
Armstrong / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka.

May 23, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings vs. Don Greene > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Dennis Hall > Jerry Brisco and Jerry Lawler . > Bob Armstrong & Robert
Fuller & Rocky Johnson vs. Rock Hunter & Toru Tanaka & the Assassin (01) > Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Harley Race > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
& Andre the Giant vs. Abdullah the Butcher & the Sheik > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Dory Funk, Jr. / Notes:
Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Hunter managed the Assassin, Tanaka, and Abdullah.

May 27, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings vs. Lorenzo Parente . > Jerry Bryant vs. Ricky Gibson . > Rocky Johnson vs. Don Kent >
Jerry Lawler vs. Bill Dromo > Bob Armstrong vs. Toru Tanaka > Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco vs. the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger &
Cowboy Parker) / Notes: Dudley Clements was handcuffed to Johnson during the Armstrong-Tanaka match. Rock Hunter managed
Tanaka.

May 30, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings and Lorenzo Parente . > Rocky Johnson vs. Cowboy Parker > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller & Rocky Johnson
over Jerry Lawler & Don Kent & Bob Orton, Jr. > Bob Backlund and Ken Dillinger . > Dusty Rhodes & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Harley Race & Toru Tanaka > Abdullah the Butcher vs. the Sheik . > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack
Brisco* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah. Ron West
and Bobby Simmons were credited as being referees for this card.

May 31, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Larry Zbyszko vs. Billy Raven > Billy Spears vs. Bill Dromo > Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Dennis Hall > Bob Armstrong & Robert
Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Toru Tanaka & the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger & Cowboy Parker) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka.

June 3, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings versus Moose Morowski > Robert Fuller versus Don Kent > Midget Women’s Battle Royal featuring Darling Dagmar,
Diamond Lil, Princess Little Dove, Marie Laveau, and Honey Girl Paige > Ricky Gibson versus Dudley Clements > Jerry Lawler versus Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Toru Tanaka* versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the
battle royal. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka.

June 6, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Brisco vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Midget Women’s Match: Princess Little Dove & Darling Dagmar vs. Marie Laveau & Diamond Lil > Dick
Slater vs. Mike Stallings > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Jerry Lawler & the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger &
Cowboy Parker) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Moose Morowski > Dusty Rhodes vs. Toru Tanaka > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match:
Jack Brisco* versus Abdullah the Butcher > Battle Royal: Dick Slater (Winner); Billy Spears, Dudley Clements, Moose Morowski, Bearcat
Brown, Jerry Brisco, Mike Stallings, Ken Dillinger, Larry Zbyszko, Eddie Marlin, Cowboy Parker, Steve Keirn, the Professional, Lorenzo
Parente, Bob Armstrong, Bob Orton, Jr., Dusty Rhodes, Robert Fuller, Toru Tanaka, and Mr. Wrestling #2 (02) also participated / Notes:
Dagmar was advertised to be the special referee for the Little Dove/Paige-Laveau/Lil match, but she substituted for Paige, who then
became the referee. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $5,000. Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah. Ron
West and Bobby Simmons were credited as being referees for this card.

June 7, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears vs. Bearcat Brown > Women’s Tag Team Match: Princess Little Dove & Honey Girl Paige vs. Marie
Laveau & Diamond Lil > Robert Fuller vs. Dudley Clements > Bob Armstrong vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Toru Tanaka vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka. Darling Dagmar was the special referee for the Little Dove/Paige-Laveau/Lil match. Bobby
Simmons was credited as being a referee for this card.

June 10, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Orton,
Jr., and Bearcat Brown . > Moose Morowski vs. Larry Zbyszko > Ricky Gibson vs. Dudley Clements . >
Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jerry Lawler & Abdullah the Butcher . > Macon Heavyweight Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived): Bob Armstrong vs. Toru Tanaka* . for the title / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
Tanaka and Abdullah.

June 13, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bearcat Brown vs. Moose Morowski > Jerry Lawler vs. Larry Zbyszko > Toru Tanaka vs. Dennis Hall > Jerry Brisco vs.
Rock Hunter > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller > Dusty Rhodes vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock
Hunter managed Tanaka and Abdullah. Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

June 19, 1975 (Thursday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Moose
Morowski vs. Dennis Hall > Robert Fuller & Bearcat Brown vs. the Outlaws (01) (Ken Dillinger & Cowboy Parker) > Mr. Wrestling #1
over Abdullah the Butcher > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater vs. Bob Armstrong* for the title > No Disqualification / No
Time Limit Match: Dudley Clements vs. Ricky Gibson > Battle Royal: Bob Armstrong (Winner); Abdullah the Butcher, Bearcat Brown, Ken
Dillinger, Robert Fuller, Dennis Hall, Mike McCord, Moose Morowski, Cowboy Parker, Dick Slater, and Mr. Wrestling #1 also participated /
Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Gary Hart managed Slater.

June 20, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bearcat Brown vs. Cowboy Parker > Moose Morowski vs. Mike Stallings > Robert Fuller vs. Jerry Lawler > Bob Armstrong
over the Korean Assassin > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco and Abdullah the
Butcher . / Notes: Stallings substituted for Ricky Gibson in the match against Morowski. Mike McCord was the special
referee for the Brisco-Abdullah match. Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

June 21, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bearcat Brown and Moose Morowski . > Billy Spears vs. Dennis Hall > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Ricky
Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Bob Armstrong vs. Abdullah the Butcher . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Gary
Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

June 24, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Bryant versus Dennis Hall > Ricky Gibson versus Jerry Lawler > Dudley Clements versus Bearcat
Brown > Ricky Gibson & Dennis Hall & Mike Stallings versus Jerry Lawler & Dudley Clements & Bob Orton, Jr. > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Assassin (01) & Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah and the Assassin. Gary Hart
managed Orton, Jr.

June 27, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Lawler and Bearcat Brown . > Mike McCord vs. Moose Morowski > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick
Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller* for the title > Harley Race & Toru Tanaka vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Abdullah the Butcher* vs. Jerry Brisco / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Tanaka and
Abdullah. Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

June 28, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran vs. Moose Morowski > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Mike McCord . > Hair Match: Bob
Armstrong vs. Billy Spears > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Mike Stallings & Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Following the Armstrong-
Spears match, Stallings and Wrestling #1 had to restrain Spears while Armstrong shaved his head. During the event, Morowski was
seen standing at ringside laughing at his friend Spears. Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr. Ron
West was credited as being a referee for this card.

June 30, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Butch Malone versus Mike McCord > Bearcat Brown versus Toru Tanaka > Loser Leaves Match: the Assassin (01) versus Mr. Wrestling
#1 > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Lumberjack Match: Abdullah the Butcher* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Gary Hart managed
Abdullah, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

July 1, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women.
..s Match: Donna Christianello vs. Joyce Grable (02) > Derrell Cochran vs. Nikolai Volkoff . > Women’s Match:
Susan Green vs. Toni Rose > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jerry Lawler & Bob Orton, Jr., . > Abdullah
the Butcher vs. the Assassin (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Assassin. Gary Hart managed Abdullah and Orton, Jr.

July 4, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel vs. Butch Malone > Nikolai Volkoff vs. Dennis Hall > Mike McCord vs. Billy Spears > Toru Tanaka vs.
Bulldog Brown > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Abdullah the Butcher* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Hall substituted for Bearcat Brown in the match against Volkoff.
Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Tanaka, Volkoff, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

July 8, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings vs. Butch Malone > George McCreery vs. Don Kernodle > Rick Martel vs. Billy Spears > Nikolai Volkoff versus Choo-Choo
Lynn . > Jerry Lawler & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed
Volkoff and Orton, Jr.

July 11, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel vs. Billy Spears > Jerry Lawler vs. Dennis Hall > Mike McCord vs. George McCreery > Nikolai Volkoff vs.
Robert Fuller > Karate Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Toru Tanaka > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus
Bob Armstrong & Bill Watts > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Abdullah the Butcher vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) to
win the title / Notes: Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Tanaka, Volkoff, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

July 14, 1975 (Monday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Eddie Einhorn – Promoter / International Wrestling
Association) > Dick Steinborn & Luis Martinez & Argentina Apollo versus Rip Hawk & Reginald Love & Hartford Love > Ivan Koloff versus
Gino Brito > Dino Bravo versus Eric the Red > Nelson Royal & Tex McKenzie versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > North American
Heavyweight Title Match: Bulldog Brower* versus the Mighty Igor > Ernie Ladd versus Bob Ellis / Notes: Al Costello managed the Loves.
George Cannon managed the Mongols. Ivan Kalmikoff managed Igor.

July 15, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rick Martel
over George McCreery > Midget Women’s Tag Team Match: Darling Dagmar & Honey Girl Paige vs. Marie Laveau & Diamond Lil >
Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Nikolai Volkoff . > Bob Orton, Jr., and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . at 30:00 > Dusty Rhodes
over Jerry Lawler / Notes: It was reported that 5,000 were in attendance for this card. Gary Hart managed Volkoff and Orton, Jr.

July 18, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel vs. Billy Spears > Bob Backlund vs. Jerry Lawler > Mike McCord vs. Butch Malone > Ray Candy vs. Nikolai
Volkoff . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) >
Bill Watts & Dusty Rhodes vs. Toru Tanaka & Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Bob Armstrong was the special referee for the Slater/Orton,
Jr.-Wrestling #1/Wrestling #2 match. Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Tanaka, Volkoff, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

July 21, 1975 (Monday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Eddie Einhorn – Promoter / International Wrestling
Association) > Dick Steinborn versus Beautiful Bruce > Midget Match: Little Boy Blue versus Little Coca > Dino Bravo versus Eric the Red
> IWA Tag Team Title Match: the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo)* versus Luis Martinez & Argentina Apollo > Ernie Ladd versus Bob Ellis /
Notes: George Cannon managed the Mongols.

July 22, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > George
McCreery and Mike Stallings . at 15:00 > Rick Martel vs. Butch Malone > Bob Backlund vs. the Invader (05) > Dick Slater
over Bobo Brazil > Macon Tag Team Title Match (No Time Limit / Disqualification Rule Waived): Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Jerry Lawler & Bob Orton, Jr.,* for the title / Notes: Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

July 25, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Backlund vs. George McCreery at 8:00 > Mike McCord vs. Steve Kyle at 2:25 > Rick Martel and Mr. Fuji .
> Bobo Brazil vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) > Toru Tanaka versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr. Ron West and
Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

July 26, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mike Stallings vs. George McCreery at 19:20 > Bob Griffin vs. Butch Malone at 20:43 > Mike McCord & Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. > Bobo Brazil vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Slater, and Orton, Jr.
Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

July 29, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Butch
Malone vs. Don Kernodle > Sonny King vs. George McCreery > Bob Backlund vs. Billy Spears > Bob Griffin vs. Bobby Duncum > No
Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Leon Ogle vs. Jerry Lawler > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Mr.
Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title / Notes: Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

August 1, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sonny King vs. George McCreery at 14:45 > Bob Backlund vs. Butch Malone > Mike McCord vs. Mr. Fuji > Jerry Brisco
over Nikolai Volkoff > Taped Fist Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. > Cage Match: Toru
Tanaka vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr. Ron West and Doug Smith
were credited as being referees for this card.

August 2, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > George McCreery vs. Dennis Hall > Bob Griffin vs. Bobby Simmons at 15:00 > Rick Martel vs. Dudley Clements > Mike
McCord vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Rick Martel & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff,
Slater, and Orton, Jr. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

August 4, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Bob Backlund versus Mr. Fuji > Rick Martel versus Dudley Clements > Mike McCord versus Nikolai Volkoff > Texas Tornado Tag Team
Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Toru Tanaka versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes:
Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

August 5, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Butch
Malone vs. Dennis Hall > Bob Griffin vs. Steve Kyle > Sonny King vs. the Mighty Yankee (04) > United States Junior Heavyweight Title
Match: Bob Backlund vs. Bob Orton, Jr.,* . > I Quit Match: Leon Ogle vs. Billy Spears > Macon Heavyweight Title Match:
Dick Slater* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

August 8, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin vs. Bob Griffin > Sonny King and Mr. Fuji . > Jerry Brisco and Bob Backlund . > Mike
McCord versus Nikolai Volkoff . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick
Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* . > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts* versus Toru Tanaka / Notes: Gary Hart
managed Volkoff, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

August 9, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sonny King vs. Ron Garvin at 12:00 > Jerry Brisco and George McCreery . at 15:00 > Mike McCord vs.
Nikolai Volkoff > Rick Martel & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Slater, and
Orton, Jr. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

August 11, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Griffin versus Mr. Fuji > Bob Backlund versus Jerry Brisco > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Rick Martel & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > No Disqualification Match: Mike McCord versus Nikolai Volkoff > Toru Tanaka versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes:
Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

August 12, 1975 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Albany Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament featuring Nikolai Volkoff, Mike McCord, Toru Tanaka, Les Thornton, Mr. Fuji,
Sonny King, Derrell Cochran, Dudley Clements, Bob Backlund, Butch Malone, Steve Kyle, and Bob Griffin

August 12, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings vs. George McCreery > Bearcat Brown & Bobcat Brown vs. Ron Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > United States Junior Heavyweight
Title Match: Mike Graham vs. Bob Orton, Jr.,* for the title > Cage Match: Leon Ogle vs. Billy Spears > Cage Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

August 15, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel vs. Ron Garvin > Sonny King vs. George McCreery > Les Thornton vs. Mr. Fuji > Bob Backlund vs. Harley
Race > Jerry Brisco vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Nikolai Volkoff vs. Mike McCord > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Abdullah the
Butcher* vs. Toru Tanaka > I Quit Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: Garvin substituted for Orton, Jr., in the match
against Martel, and Race substituted for Brisco in the match against Backlund, so that Brisco and Orton, Jr., could wrestle in their
impromptu challenge match. Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited
as being referees for this card.

August 16, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Griffin vs. George McCreery at 13:00 > Sonny King vs. Mr. Fuji > Jerry Brisco and Bob Backlund . > Rick
Martel & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., . / Notes: Gary Hart managed Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr.
Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

August 19, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Derrell Cochran vs. Steve Kyle > Ron Garvin & Butch Malone vs. Bearcat Brown & Bobcat Brown > Jerry Brisco vs. Bob Orton, Jr. >
Bobo Brazil vs. Toru Tanaka > Cage Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: There was no referee for the Slater-Wrestling
#2 match. At the seven-minute mark, the cage was to open and the first man out was to be declared the winner. Gary Hart managed
Slater and Orton, Jr.

August 22, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mike Stallings versus George McCreery > Les Thornton vs. Bob Griffin > Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji vs. Rick Martel & Sonny
King > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Jerry Brisco > Russian Chain Match: Mike McCord vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus Bobby Duncum & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > Battle Royal: Bobby Duncum & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) (Co-Winners) / Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $5,000, and it was reportedly split between
Duncum and Wrestling #2. Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

August 25, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > George McCreery versus Sonny King > Bob Backlund versus Les Thornton > Mike McCord versus Mr. Fuji > Bobby Duncum
versus Abdullah the Butcher > Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco versus Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Fuji,
Slater, and Orton, Jr.

August 26, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings vs. Bearcat Brown > Women’s Match: Susan Green vs. Dottie Downs > Bob Griffin vs. the Masked Raider > Bobby
Duncum vs. Rocket Monroe > United States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Mike Graham* vs. Dudley Clements > Macon Tag Team
Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed Slater and Orton, Jr.

August 29, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Rick Martel versus George McCreery > Jerry Brisco versus Les Thornton > Bobby Duncum & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Toru Tanaka & Mr.
Fuji > Taped Fist Match: Nikolai Volkoff vs. Mike McCord > Cage Match: the Sheik vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Bill Watts & Dusty Rhodes
versus Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., . > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* vs. Bob Backlund / Notes:
Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed Abdullah, Volkoff, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 1, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel versus George McCreery > Les Thornton versus Mr. Fuji > Bobby Duncum versus Nikolai Volkoff > Mike McCord
versus Toru Tanaka > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Jerry Brisco & Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Fuji, Tanaka,
Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 2, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Griffin vs. Steve Kyle > George McCreery vs. Bobcat Brown > Sonny King vs. the Masked Raider > Bobby Duncum vs. Butch Malone
> Toru Tanaka vs. Mike McCord > Jerry Brisco & Dusty Rhodes vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart managed Tanaka,
Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 5, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton and Rick Martel . > Tony Garea & Dean Ho vs. Ron Garvin & Mr. Fuji > Jerry Brisco vs. Nikolai
Volkoff . > Bob Backlund vs. Toru Tanaka > United States Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus
Dusty Rhodes & Bobby Duncum . / Notes: Martel replaced Backlund in the match against Thornton, as Backlund
substituted for Mike McCord in the match against Tanaka, which was supposed to be a defense of the Georgia Heavyweight Title by
Tanaka. Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for
this card.

September 6, 1975 (Saturday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sonny King vs. Steve Kyle > Bob Griffin vs. Bearcat Brown > Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji vs. Bob Backlund & Mike Stallings >
Battle Royal: Jerry Brisco (Winner) > Texas Bullrope Match: Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Jerry Brisco / Notes: It was reported that the purse for the
battle royal was $5,000. Gary Hart managed Fuji, Tanaka, and Orton, Jr.

September 8, 1975 (Monday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Sonny King vs. George McCreery at 0:47 > Les Thornton vs. Mr. Fuji > Brute Bernard vs. Bobby Duncum by
disqualification > Jerry Brisco & Dusty Rhodes versus Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., . > Andre the Giant vs. Nikolai
Volkoff / Notes: Gary Hart managed Bernard, Fuji, Slater, and Orton, Jr. Bobby Simmons and Doug Smith were credited as being referees
for this card.

September 9, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sonny
King vs. Steve Kyle > Brute Bernard vs. Bobby Duncum . > Tony Garea & Dean Ho vs. Butch Malone & George
McCreery > Les Thornton vs. Toru Tanaka > Jerry Brisco & Dusty Rhodes vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Thornton substituted
for Mike McCord in the match against Tanaka. Gary Hart was handcuffed to the top ring rope during the Brisco/Rhodes-Slater/Orton, Jr.,
match. Duncum was the special referee for the match. Hart managed Bernard, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 12, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Nikolai Volkoff vs. Les Thornton > Tony Garea & Dean Ho vs. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji > Jerry Brisco vs. Bob Backlund >
Andre the Giant vs. Brute Bernard > Taped Fist Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Bobby Duncum & Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Gary
Hart managed Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 13, 1975 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Handicap Match: Andre the Giant vs. Eric Von Heller & the Masked Marauder / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling.. television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Bobby Simmons was credited as being a referee on this card.

September 13, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > George McCreery versus Les Thornton > Sonny King & Bearcat Brown versus Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji > Mike
McCord versus Brute Bernard > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Jerry Brisco & Bobby Duncum / Notes: Gary Hart managed Bernard,
Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 15, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton versus Steve Kyle > Butch Malone versus Bob Griffin > George McCreery versus S.D. Jones > Mike McCord
versus Nikolai Volkoff > Indian Death Match: Jerry Brisco versus Bob Orton, Jr. > I Quit Match: Dick Slater versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 16, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les
Thornton vs. Dudley Clements > Tony Garea & Dean Ho vs. George McCreery & the Masked Raider > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Nikolai Volkoff vs. Mike McCord* . > Indian Death Match: Jerry Brisco vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Lumberjack Match:
Brute Bernard vs. Bobby Duncum / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Bernard, and Orton, Jr.

September 19, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji vs. Mike McCord & Bobby Duncum; Tony Garea &
Dean Ho vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard; and Tanaka & Fuji vs. Garea & Ho for the title > the Spoiler (02) vs. Jay Strongbow >
United States Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Bob Backlund & Jerry Brisco > Bounty Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over the Sheik / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and
Orton, Jr.

September 22, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dudley Clements versus S.D. Jones > Les Thornton versus Bob Backlund > Ron Garvin versus Jay Strongbow > Bobby
Duncum versus Nikolai Volkoff > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed
Volkoff, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

September 23, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Backlund vs. Les Thornton > Tony Garea & Dean Ho vs. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji > Sonny King vs. Brute Bernard . >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nikolai Volkoff* versus Bobby Duncum . > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Dick
Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and
Orton, Jr.

September 26, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton and S.D. Jones . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji* vs. Tony Garea &
Dean Ho > Jay Strongbow versus the Spoiler (02) . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nikolai Volkoff* vs. Dusty
Rhodes > United States Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > North American
Heavyweight Title Match: Brute Bernard vs. Bill Watts* / Notes: Following the Watts-Bernard match, the title was held up pending a
rematch on October 3, 1975. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr. The program for this
card shows that the television tapings have moved back to the WTCG studios on West Peachtree Street on Saturdays.

September 29, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Garea vs. George McCreery > Mr. Fuji vs. S.D. Jones > Judo Match: Dean Ho vs. Toru Tanaka > Jerry Brisco & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nikolai Volkoff* versus Bobo Brazil ended in a no
contest / Notes: Gary Hart managed Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

October 1, 1975 (Wednesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
George McCreery versus Les Thornton > Derrell Cochran versus Ron Garvin > Dudley Clements versus S.D. Jones > Georgia Tag Team
Title Match: Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji* versus Tony Garea & Dean Ho > Bobo Brazil versus Brute Bernard > Russian Chain Match: Bobby
Duncum versus Nikolai Volkoff / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, and Tanaka.

October 3, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Brisco vs. Les Thornton > Jay Strongbow vs. Mr. Fuji > Bobo Brazil versus Toru Tanaka . > Tony
Garea & Dean Ho vs. Bob Orton, Jr., & Otto Von Heller > Georgia Heavyweight Title versus Mask Match (No Disqualification): Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Nikolai Volkoff* for the title > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Watts vs. Brute Bernard for the
title / Notes: Von Heller substituted for Dick Slater to team with Orton, Jr., in the match against Garea & Ho. The Watts-Bernard match was
a rematch from September 26, 1975. During the match, Dudley Clements was suspended above the ring in a cage. Gary Hart managed
the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, Tanaka, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

October 6, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Ron Garvin versus Mike Stallings > Bobby Duncum versus Rocket Monroe > Rip Hawk versus S.D. Jones > Jerry Brisco versus Toru
Tanaka > Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard versus Bob Orton, Jr. & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed Tanaka, Volkoff, and
Bernard.

October 7, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rocket
Monroe versus S.D. Jones > Bob Backlund versus Ron Garvin > Bobby Duncum versus Rip Hawk > Jay Strongbow versus Nikolai Volkoff
> Macon Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* versus Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Bobo Brazil versus Brute
Bernard / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Bernard, Slater, and Orton, Jr.

October 10, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Garea & Dean Ho and Rip Hawk & Mr. Fuji . > Jay Strongbow vs. Otto Von Heller > Les Thornton vs.
the Spoiler (02) > Bobo Brazil vs. Toru Tanaka > Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard vs. Jerry Brisco & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > the Sheik
over Dusty Rhodes . / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard,
Fuji, and Tanaka. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

October 11, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton vs. Ron Garvin > Rip Hawk vs. Sonny King > the Spoiler (02) vs. Jerry Brisco > Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji vs.
Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Fuji, and Tanaka. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this
card.

October 13, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Luke Graham & Rip Hawk > Les Thornton and Bob Backlund . > Bobo Brazil
over the Sheik . > Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard vs. Jerry Brisco & Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Eddie Creatchman
managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed Volkoff and Bernard.

October 14, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > S.D.
Jones vs. Otto Von Heller > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Rip Hawk & the Masked Raider > Jerry Brisco vs. the Spoiler (02) by
disqualification > Toru Tanaka & Nikolai Volkoff vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. > Bobo Brazil vs. the Sheik . / Notes:
Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Tanaka, and Bernard.

October 16, 1975 (Thursday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > S.D. Jones vs. Rocket Monroe > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Ron Garvin & Otto Von Heller > Georgia Tag Team Title
Match: Jerry Brisco & Bob Backlund* vs. Luke Graham & Mr. Fuji > Bobo Brazil vs. the Sheik . / Notes: Eddie
Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed Fuji.

October 17, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mike Stallings vs. the Spoiler (02) . > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jerry Brisco & Bob Backlund* vs.
Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell > Bobo Brazil vs. Rip Hawk > Jay Strongbow vs. the Sheik . > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,
versus Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff and
Bernard. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

October 18, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Ron Garvin & Rip Hawk > S.D. Jones vs. Larry Cheatham > Jerry Brisco vs. the Spoiler
(02) . > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Toru Tanaka & Mr. Fuji / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Fuji, and
Tanaka. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

October 20, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Otto Von Heller and S.D. Jones . > Les Thornton vs. Rocket Monroe > Jerry Brisco vs. Mr. Fuji > United
States Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr.,* vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler
(02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, and Fuji.

October 21, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les
Thornton vs. George McCreery > Mike Stallings vs. Dudley Clements > Tony Garea vs. Otto Von Heller > Georgia Tag Team Title
Match: Jerry Brisco & Bob Backlund* vs. Luke Graham & Rip Hawk > Macon Tag Team Title Lumberjack Match: Dick Slater & Bob Orton,
Jr.,* vs. Toru Tanaka & Nikolai Volkoff / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff and Tanaka.

October 24, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Garea vs. Mr. Fuji > Judo Jacket Match: Dean Ho vs. Toru Tanaka > Jerry Brisco & Bob Orton, Jr., & Bobo Brazil vs.
Luke Graham & Nikolai Volkoff & Rip Hawk > Taped Fist Match: Dick Slater vs. Brute Bernard > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* and the Spoiler (02) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, Fuji, and Tanaka.

October 27, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > George McCreery versus S.D. Jones > Les Thornton versus Tony Charles > Jerry Brisco & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Ron Garvin
& Rip Hawk > Nikolai Volkoff versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Taped Fist Match: Dick Slater versus Brute Bernard / Notes: Gary Hart
managed Volkoff and Bernard.

October 28, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > S.D.
Jones vs. Otto Von Heller > Tony Charles vs. George McCreery > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Luke
Graham > Bobo Brazil vs. Toru Tanaka at 2:00 > Taped Fist Match: Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard vs. Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr. /
Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff, Bernard, and Tanaka.

October 31, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jay Strongbow vs. Otto Von Heller > Jerry Brisco vs. Ron Garvin > Bobo Brazil vs. Luke Graham > Dusty Rhodes vs.
Brute Bernard > Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Toru Tanaka > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01)*
over the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, and Tanaka.

November 3, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. George McCreery > Jerry Brisco vs. Ron Garvin > United States Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bob
Orton, Jr., vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard* . > Loser Leaves Match: Bobo Brazil vs. Toru Tanaka > Mr. Wrestling #1
and the Spoiler (02) . at 60:00 / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, Bernard, and Tanaka.

November 4, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Stubbs vs. Otto Von Heller > Tony Charles and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Jerry Brisco versus Ron Garvin > Bobo Brazil vs. Nikolai
Volkoff > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. the Spoiler (02) > Dick Slater vs. Brute Bernard / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and Bernard.

November 7, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Dudley Clements > Bob Backlund vs. Ron Garvin > Jerry Brisco vs. Luke Graham > Bob Orton, Jr., vs.
Toru Tanaka > Dick Slater vs. Nikolai Volkoff > the Spoiler (02) vs. Dusty Rhodes > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01)* versus Brute Bernard / Notes: Bobo Brazil was the special referee for the Rhodes-Spoiler match. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler,
Volkoff, Bernard, and Tanaka.

November 10, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jay Strongbow vs. Billy Spears > Dean Ho vs. Rocket Monroe > Les Thornton & Tony Charles and Greg Gagne & Jim
Brunzell . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. the Spoiler (02) > Cage Match: Dick Slater vs.
Brute Bernard / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and Bernard.

November 11, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings versus Moondog Mayne > Jerry Brisco & Bob Backlund versus Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell > Handicap Match: Bobo Brazil
versus George McCreery & Rocket Monroe > United States Tag Team Title Match: Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard* versus Dick Slater &
Bob Orton, Jr. > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Brazil was
the special referee for the Wrestling #2-Spoiler match. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and Bernard.

November 14, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Ron Garvin > Jerry Brisco & Bob Backlund versus Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell . >
Terry Funk vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Jay Strongbow > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Time Limit / No
Disqualification): Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Brute Bernard / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff and Bernard. Ron West and Doug Smith
were credited as being referees for this card.

November 15, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tony Garea and Ron Garvin . > Dean Ho vs. Dudley Clements > Les Thornton & Tony
Charles versus Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell . > Jerry Brisco vs. Luke Graham > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the
Spoiler (02) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Bobby Simmons was credited as being a referee for this card.

November 17, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Moondog Mayne vs. Bob Backlund > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Ron Garvin & Dudley Clements > Dick Slater and
Harley Race . > the Spoiler (02) vs. Bobo Brazil > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* vs. Abdullah
the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

November 18, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles and Ron Garvin . > Moondog Mayne vs. Les Thornton > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell versus Jerry Brisco & Bob
Orton, Jr., . > Dick Slater and Harley Race . > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Bobo
Brazil vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

November 21, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Brisco and Bob Orton, Jr., . > Moondog Mayne vs. Bob Backlund > Dick Slater & Greg Gagne & Jim
Brunzell vs. Billy Spears & George McCreery & Otto Von Heller > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Luke Graham > Lumberjack Match: the
Spoiler (02) vs. Bobo Brazil > Brute Bernard versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and Bernard. Ron
West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

November 22, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tony Garea vs. Dudley Clements at 11:00 > Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Ron Garvin & Otto Von Heller >
Dean Ho vs. Billy Spears > Jerry Brisco vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

November 24, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Moondog Mayne vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco vs. Otto Von Heller > Bobo Brazil vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Dick Slater vs.
Harley Race > Three-Way Match: the Spoiler (02) vs. Brute Bernard and Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: The winner of the Bernard-
Abdullah-Spoiler match was to earn the right to be called the “King of the Hill… Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and
Bernard.

November 25, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Greg
Gagne & Jim Brunzell vs. Ron Garvin & Rocket Monroe > Jerry Brisco vs. Billy Spears > Moondog Mayne vs. Bob Backlund > Bobo
Brazil & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater* vs. Harley Race
/ Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik.

November 27, 1975 (Thursday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Luke Graham and Dean Ho . > Tony Charles vs. Ron Garvin > Jerry Brisco & Bob Backlund vs. Dick Slater &
Bob Orton, Jr. > Moondog Mayne vs. Chief Bold Eagle > Jay Strongbow vs. Brute Bernard > Ernie Ladd & Bobo Brazil vs. Harley Race
& Ox Baker > Georgia Heavyweight Title versus Mask Match: the Spoiler (02) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title > Cage Match:
Abdullah the Butcher vs. the Sheik / Notes: There was no referee for the Abdullah-Sheik match. Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik.
Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and Bernard.

November 29, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Mike Stallings versus Otto Von Heller > Nikolai Volkoff versus Chief Bold Eagle > Tony Garea & Dean Ho
versus Billy Spears & Dudley Clements > Bob Orton, Jr., versus the Spoiler (02) > Harley Race versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary
Hart managed Volkoff and the Spoiler.

December 1, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > George McCreery vs. Jerry Stubbs > Tony Garea vs. Billy Spears > Dean Ho vs. Luke Graham > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Moondog Mayne > Dick Slater vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

December 4, 1975 (Thursday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dino
Bravo versus Dudley Clements > Jerry Brisco versus Ron Garvin > Women’s Match: Susan Green versus Paula Kaye > Jay
Strongbow versus Brute Bernard > Luke Graham & Moondog Mayne versus Bobo Brazil & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: the Spoiler (02)* versus Dick Slater / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and Bernard.

December 5, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles and Dino Bravo . > Mark Lewin vs. Otto Von Heller > Paul Jones (02) vs. Luke Graham > Dick
Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Nikolai Volkoff & Brute Bernard > Bobo Brazil vs. Moondog Mayne > NWA World Heavyweight Title
Match: Jack Brisco* vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and Bernard. Ron West and Doug Smith were
credited as being referees for this card.

December 6, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Dino Bravo vs. Otto Von Heller at 9:30 > Tony Garea & Dean Ho vs. Billy Spears & Dudley Clements at 21:
00 > Dick Slater vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and Volkoff. Ron
West was credited as being a referee for this card.

December 8, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin versus Tony Charles > Les Thornton versus Otto Von Heller > Indian Death Match: Jay Strongbow versus Brute
Bernard > Luke Graham & Moondog Mayne versus Bobo Brazil & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Dick Slater versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler and Bernard.

December 11, 1975 (Thursday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Macon Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Luke Graham & Moondog Mayne (Winners); Ron Garvin & Nikolai Volkoff, Brute Bernard &
the Spoiler (02), Chief Jay Strongbow & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Tony Garea & Dean Ho, Rocket Monroe & Billy Spears, Les Thornton &
Tony Charles, and Jerry Brisco & Dick Slater also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament. Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and Bernard.

December 12, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Garea vs. George McCreery > Dino Bravo vs. Ron Garvin > Jerry Brisco vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Dick Slater & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Luke Graham & Brute Bernard > Bobo Brazil vs. Moondog Mayne > Bill Watts versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and Bernard.

December 15, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dudley Clements versus Dino Bravo > Jerry Brisco versus Luke Graham > Moondog Mayne versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) >
Cage Match: Jay Strongbow versus Brute Bernard > Dick Slater versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: There was no referee for the Strongbow-
Bernard match. Gary Hart managed Bernard and the Spoiler.

December 16, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dean
Ho vs. Otto Von Heller > Jerry Brisco vs. Rocket Monroe > Dino Bravo vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Women’s Tag Team Match: Joyce
Grable (02) & Vicky Williams vs. Dottie Downs & Leilani Kai > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bobo Brazil & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
Luke Graham & Moondog Mayne* . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater vs. the Spoiler (02)* by
disqualification > Cage Match: Jay Strongbow vs. Brute Bernard / Notes: There was no referee for the Strongbow-Bernard match. Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler, Volkoff, and Bernard.

December 19, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton vs. Luke Graham > Dino Bravo vs. Nikolai Volkoff > Jerry Brisco vs. Moondog Mayne > Bobo Brazil vs.
Brute Bernard > World Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* .
> NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* vs. Jack Brisco / Notes: Gary Hart managed Volkoff and Bernard. Ron West and
Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

December 20, 1975 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jay Strongbow vs. Otto Von Heller > Tony Garea vs. Ron Garvin > Jay Strongbow vs. Luke Graham > the
Spoiler (02) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Bobo Brazil vs. Moondog Mayne / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Ron West was
credited as being a referee for this card.

December 22, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Wildman Davis > Les Thornton and Tony Garea . at 20:00 > Bobo Brazil vs. Luke Graham
> Jay Strongbow vs. Wildman Davis > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter > Dick Slater vs. Moondog Mayne

December 23, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Garea vs. Les Thornton > Tony Charles vs. Dudley Clements > Leon Ogle vs. Otto Von Heller > Ron Garvin & Billy Spears versus Bill
Dromo & Jay Strongbow > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Bobo Brazil vs. Luke Graham & Moondog Mayne* by
disqualification > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter > Battle Royal: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) (Winner) / Notes: It is unclear as to the
reason for the battle royal.

December 26, 1975 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Wildman Davis > Tony Garea vs. Otto Von Heller > Les Thornton vs. Dudley Clements > Jay Strongbow
over Luke Graham > Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter & Moondog Mayne > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match:
Terry
Funk* versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Strongbow substituted for Jerry Brisco in the match against Graham. Gary Hart managed the
Spoiler.

December 29, 1975 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Moondog Mayne vs. Bill Dromo > Mike Stallings vs. the Masked Raider > Bob Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02) > No
Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* vs.
Dick Slater / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

December 30, 1975 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles and Tony Garea . > Les Thornton vs. Wildman Davis > Leon Ogle & Jay Strongbow vs. Luke Graham & Otto Von
Heller > Bill Dromo vs. Moondog Mayne . > Dick Slater vs. Rock Hunter > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry
Funk* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
January 2, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skandor Akbar vs. Tony Garea > Les Thornton & Tony Charles vs. Luke Graham & Otto Von Heller > Jay Strongbow and
Moondog Mayne . > Brass Knuckles Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Rock Hunter > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bob
Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02)* . > Dick Slater vs. Abdullah the Butcher . / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler.

January 5, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Skandor Akbar vs. Tony Garea > Les Thornton & Tony Charles vs. Mitsu Hata & Taru Hayashi > Moondog Mayne versus Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) ended in a double countout > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Dick Slater . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bob
Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02)* . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 6, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings vs. Taru Hayashi > Jay Clayton vs. Rocket Monroe > Tony Garea versus Luke Graham . > Abdullah the
Butcher vs. Jay Strongbow > Bob Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02) > Texas Death Match: Dick Slater vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Moondog
Mayne was barred from the building during the Slater-Hunter match. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 9, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton and Mitsu Hata . > Jay Clayton vs. Luke Graham > Tony Charles vs. Taru Hayashi > Jay
Strongbow vs. Skandor Akbar > Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Moondog Mayne & Abdullah the Butcher > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: the Spoiler (02)* versus Bob Armstrong . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 12, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Luke Graham > Skandor Akbar and Jay Strongbow . at 20:00 > Dick Slater & Dusty Rhodes
over Moondog Mayne & Abdullah the Butcher > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 13, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jay
Clayton vs. the Masked Raider > Mike Stallings vs. Wildman Davis > Luke Graham vs. Tony Garea > Mitsu Hata & Taru Hayashi vs.
Jay Clayton & Dick Slater > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02)* . > Dusty Rhodes
over Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Clayton substituted for Jay Strongbow to team with Slater in the match against Hata & Hayashi. Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 16, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jay Clayton vs. Taru Hayashi at 13:30 > Skip Young vs. Rocket Monroe > Jay Strongbow vs. Mitsu Hata at 9:00 > Stan
Stasiak (02) vs. Tony Garea at 7:00 > Bob Armstrong vs. Moondog Mayne > Dusty Rhodes versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler. The program for this card mentioned Greg Gunn as the director of “Georgia Championship Wrestling..,
hosted by Gordon Solie. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

January 19, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Taru Hayashi > Bob Armstrong vs. Mitsu Hata > Luke Graham vs. Tony Garea > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Skandor Akbar > Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) vs. Dick Slater & Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 20, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Skip
Young vs. Wildman Davis > Taru Hayashi vs. Emile Dupree > Jay Strongbow vs. Mitsu Hata . > Dick Slater vs.
Luke Graham > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): the Spoiler (02)* vs. Bob Armstrong > Texas Bullrope Match:
Dusty Rhodes vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 23, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Otto Von Heller > Les Thornton and Jay Strongbow . > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Jay Clayton >
Bob Armstrong vs. Skandor Akbar > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Tony Charles > Moondog Mayne and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . >
Lumberjack Match: Dick Slater vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Taped Fist Match: Dusty Rhodes versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Clayton
substituted for Emile Dupree in the match against Stasiak (02). Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 26, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Mitsu Hata > Ken Mantell vs. Taru Hayashi > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Tony Garea > Bob Armstrong vs.
Abdullah the Butcher > I Quit Match: Dick Slater vs. the Spoiler (02) > Battle Royal: Ken Mantell and Skip Young (Co-Winners) / Notes: It
is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

January 27, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles vs. Taru Hayashi > Les Thornton vs. Otto Von Heller > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Tony Garea > Ken Mantell vs. Skandor Akbar >
Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Moondog Mayne & Abdullah the Butcher > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong vs.
the Spoiler (02)* . / Notes: Gary Hart, who managed the Spoiler, was suspended above the ring in a cage during the
Armstrong-Spoiler match.

January 30, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Mantell vs. Otto Von Heller > Skip Young vs. Tony Charles > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Jay Clayton > Bob Armstrong vs.
Skandor Akbar > Dick Slater vs. Les Thornton > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Georgia Heavyweight Title Cage
Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. the Spoiler (02)* for the title / Notes: Von Heller substituted for Luke Graham in the match against Mantell.

February 2, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ervin Smith vs. Otto Von Heller > Ted Oates vs. Taru Hayashi > Jerry Oates vs. Mitsu Hata > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Skip
Young > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Cage Match: the Spoiler (02) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: Stasiak substituted for
Abdullah the Butcher in the match against Wrestling #2. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 3, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin
Smith vs. Otto Von Heller > Jay Clayton vs. Rocket Monroe > Les Thornton vs. Randy Alls > Mike Graham vs. Moondog Mayne > Ken
Mantell vs. Skandor Akbar > Bob Armstrong & Dick Slater vs. Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) . / Notes: Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 6, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates vs. Taru Hayashi > Jerry Oates vs. Mitsu Hata > Skip Young vs. Skandor Akbar > United States Junior
Heavyweight Title Match: Mike Graham* vs. Ken Mantell > Bob Armstrong & Dick Slater versus Stan Stasiak (02) & Abdullah the Butcher
ended . > Georgia Heavyweight Title versus Mask Match: the Spoiler (02) vs. Dusty Rhodes* for the title / Notes: Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

February 7, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Leon Ogle vs. Wildman Davis > Ervin Smith and Skandor Akbar . > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Mitsu Hata
& Taru Hayashi > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Bob Armstrong / Notes: Ron West was credited
as being a referee for this card.

February 8, 1976 (Sunday) – Marietta, GA – Cobb County Civic Center (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Mantell and Skandor Akbar . > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Mitsu Hata & Taru Hayashi > Dick Slater vs.
Moondog Mayne > Bob Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed the
Spoiler.

February 9, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Mitsu Hata > Tony Charles and Jerry Oates . at 15:00 > Ted Oates vs. Les Thornton > Ken
Mantell vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Taped Fist Match: Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & the Spoiler (02) / Notes:
Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 10, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Skip
Young vs. Tony Charles > Bob Backlund and Les Thornton . > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Moondog Mayne & Skandor
Akbar > United States Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Mike Graham* vs. Ken Mantell > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) by
disqualification > Bob Armstrong & Dick Slater vs. Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 13, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Backlund vs. Les Thornton > Ken Mantell vs. Skandor Akbar > Bob Armstrong vs. Moondog Mayne > Harley Race
and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Dick Slater > Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) vs. Bill Watts &
Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 15, 1976 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mitsu
Hata versus Skip Young > Tony Charles versus Jerry Oates > Taru Hayashi versus Ken Mantell > Ted Oates versus Les Thornton > Bob
Armstrong & Bob Backlund & Dick Slater versus Moondog Mayne & Skandor Akbar & the Spoiler (02) > Texas Death Match: Stan Stasiak
(02) versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 16, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Mantell vs. Jay Clayton > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Joyce Grable (02) > Ted Oates &
Jerry Oates vs. Les Thornton & Tony Charles . > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Bob Armstrong > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: the Spoiler (02)* vs. Dick Slater / Notes: During the Slater-Spoiler match, Gary Hart was suspended above the ring in a cage.
Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 20, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Ken Mantell > Ted Oates and Rick Martel . > Jerry Oates vs. Les Thornton > Thunderbolt
Patterson vs. Skandor Akbar > Stan Stasiak (02) & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Bob Armstrong & Dick Slater > the Spoiler (02) vs. Andre
the Giant / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 22, 1976 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ted
Oates vs. Moondog Mayne . > Jerry Oates vs. Mitsu Hata > Skip Young vs. Wildman Davis > Rick Martel vs. Taru
Hayashi > Stan Stasiak (02) & Abdullah the Butcher vs. Bob Armstrong & Ken Mantell > Andre the Giant vs. the Spoiler (02) > Battle
Royal: Andre the Giant (Winner) / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 23, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates versus Rocket Monroe > Skip Young versus Moondog Mayne > Jerry Oates versus Rip Hawk > Bob Backlund
versus the Spoiler (02) > Stan Stasiak (02) versus Bob Armstrong / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. A battle royal with a reported
purse of $2,500 was advertised, but no details were reported following the card.

February 27, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel and Ervin Smith . > Les Thornton vs. Ken Mantell > Bob Backlund vs. Tony Charles >
Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Rip Hawk > Stan Stasiak (02) & Moondog Mayne & the Spoiler (02) vs. Bob Armstrong & Dick Slater & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* versus Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

February 29, 1976 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Skip
Young vs. Les Thornton > Bob Backlund and Tony Charles . > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Moondog Mayne & Skandor
Akbar > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Spoiler (02)* vs. Dick Slater > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Stan Stasiak
(02) & Abdullah the Butcher . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 1, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tony Charles and Ted Oates . at 20:00 > Bob Armstrong & Skip Young vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & Moondog Mayne > Jerry
Oates vs. Les Thornton . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Skandor Akbar > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dusty Rhodes
over the Spoiler (02)* . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 5, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dino Bravo vs. Rocket Monroe at 7:25 > Bob Backlund vs. Rip Hawk > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Les Thornton & Tony
Charles > Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & the Spoiler (02) > Skip Young versus Abdullah the
Butcher / Notes: Patterson substituted for Dusty Rhodes to team with Wrestling #2 in the match against Stasiak & the Spoiler. Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

March 6, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jay Clayton and Ervin Smith . > Ken Mantell vs. Mitsu Hata > Skip Young vs. Skandor Akbar > Ken Mantell &
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Stan Stasiak (02) & Moondog Mayne . > Dick Slater versus Abdullah the Butcher ended
in a no contest / Notes: Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

March 7, 1976 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Backlund and Skandor Akbar . > Moondog Mayne vs. Ken Mantell > Les Thornton & Tony Charles vs. Ted Oates & Jerry
Oates > Dick Slater versus Stan Stasiak (02) . > Bob Armstrong vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over the Spoiler (02) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 8, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Dino Bravo vs. Taru Hayashi > Bob Armstrong vs. Rip Hawk > Bob Backlund vs. Mitsu Hata > Dick Slater vs. Stan Stasiak (02) >
Skip Young vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 12, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jay Clayton vs. Rocket Monroe > Tony Charles and Dino Bravo . > Ken Mantell vs. Les Thornton > Bob
Armstrong & Dick Slater and Stan Stasiak (02) & Moondog Mayne . > Thunderbolt Patterson versus Abdullah the Butcher >
Lumberjack Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Clayton substituted for Ervin Smith in the match against Monroe.
Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 14, 1976 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ken
Mantell vs. Rocket Monroe > Skip Young vs. Rip Hawk . > Rick Martel vs. Skandor Akbar > Bob Backlund vs. Jerry
Stubbs > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Les Thornton & Tony Charles* . >
Dick Slater vs. Stan Stasiak (02) / Notes: Stubbs substituted for Moondog Mayne in the match against Backlund.

March 15, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Rick Martel vs. Jerry Stubbs > Bob Armstrong vs. Rip Hawk > Dick Slater vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Les Thornton & Tony Charles vs.
Skip Young & Dino Bravo > Lumberjack Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 19, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Backlund and Ervin Smith . > Rick Martel vs. Rip Hawk > Mark Lewin vs. Skandor Akbar > Georgia Tag
Team Title Match: Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Les Thornton & Tony Charles* for the title > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) . > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Uvalde Slim vs. the Spoiler (02)* . / Notes: Haystacks
Calhoun was the special referee for the Slim-Spoiler match. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 22, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mark Lewin vs. Nick Roberts > Skip Young vs. Mitsu Hata > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Rip Hawk & Skandor Akbar > Stan Stasiak
(02) vs. Dick Slater > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02)* for the title / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler.

March 23, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dino
Bravo vs. Rocket Monroe > Mark Lewin vs. Mitsu Hata > Bob Backlund & Rick Martel vs. Nick Roberts & Rip Hawk > Bob Armstrong
versus Moondog Mayne . > Stan Stasiak (02) & the Spoiler (02) vs. Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler.

March 26, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates vs. Ken Mantell > Jerry Oates vs. Skandor Akbar > Rick Martel and Rip Hawk . > Bob Armstrong &
Mark Lewin vs. Les Thornton & Tony Charles > Dick Slater vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Thunderbolt Patterson versus Moondog Mayne

March 29, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Bob Backlund versus Karl Von Steiger > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates versus the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) >
Moondog Mayne versus Thunderbolt Patterson > Mark Lewin versus the Spoiler (02) > Stan Stasiak (02) versus Dick Slater / Notes: Gary
Hart, who managed the Spoiler, was barred from ringside during the Lewin-Spoiler match.

March 30, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin
Smith vs. Randy Alls > Mark Lewin vs. Kurt Von Steiger > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Bob Backlund
& Rick Martel > Bob Armstrong vs. Moondog Mayne > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Dick Slater* for the title
> Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart, who managed the Spoiler, was barred from the building during the
Wrestling #2-Spoiler match.

March 31, 1976 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Martel versus Kurt Von Steiger > Mark Lewin versus Rip Hawk > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates versus the Red Devils (Black
Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Moondog Mayne & the Spoiler (02) > Columbus
Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* versus Stan Stasiak (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Stasiak vowed to leave
Columbus forever if he lost the match against Armstrong.
April 2, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Backlund vs. Jerry Stubbs > Mark Lewin vs. Karl Von Steiger > Moondog Mayne vs. Rick Martel > the Red Devils
(Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Ted Oates & Jerry Oates > Taped Fist Match: Dick Slater versus Stan Stasiak (02) ended in
a no contest > the Spoiler (02) vs. Thunderbolt Patterson / Notes: Stubbs substituted for Dino Bravo in the match against Backlund. Gary
Hart managed the Spoiler.

April 3, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Greg Valentine vs. Ervin Smith > Roy Lee Welch vs. Les Thornton . > Mark Lewin versus Moondog
Mayne . > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates and Les Thornton & Tony Charles . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the
Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 5, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Greg Valentine versus Ervin Smith > Bob Armstrong & Skip Young versus the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) >
Mark Lewin versus Karl Von Steiger > Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Spoiler (02) > I Quit Match: Stan Stasiak (02) versus Dick Slater /
Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

April 6, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee
Welch and Rip Hawk . > Greg Valentine vs. Ervin Smith > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs.
Bob Backlund & Skip Young > Mark Lewin vs. Moondog Mayne > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Stan Stasiak (02)* vs. Dick Slater >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Spoiler (02)* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the
Spoiler.

April 9, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ervin Smith vs. Rip Hawk > Skip Young vs. Karl Von Steiger > Rick Martel versus Greg Valentine . >
Bob Armstrong & Mark Lewin & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Moondog Mayne & the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) >
Texas Death Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Ron West and Doug Smith were
credited as being referees for this card.

April 10, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch vs. Rip Hawk > Skip Young vs. Karl Von Steiger > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Les Thornton & Tony
Charles > Mark Lewin vs. Moondog Mayne > the Spoiler (02) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Doug
Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 12, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Bob Backlund versus Rip Hawk > Greg Valentine versus Rick Martel > Bob Armstrong & Mark Lewin versus Les Thornton & Tony Charles
> Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Spoiler (02)* versus Thunderbolt Patterson > Cage Match: Dick Slater versus Stan Stasiak (02) /
Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

April 13, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Greg
Valentine vs. Roy Lee Welch > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Ted Oates & Jerry Oates > Mark Lewin &
Bob Backlund vs. Les Thornton & Tony Charles > Bob Armstrong vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Taped Fist Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs.
the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

April 16, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates and Skip Young . > Jerry Oates vs. Karl Von Steiger > Greg Valentine vs. Rick Martel > Dick Slater
& Mark Lewin vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Cage Match: the Spoiler (02)*
over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > $5,000 Bounty Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. Stan Stasiak (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

April 19, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Karl Von Steiger vs. Roy Lee Welch > Greg Valentine vs. Bob Backlund > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs.
Rick Martel & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Moondog Mayne > Mark Lewin versus the Spoiler (02) ended in a no
contest / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

April 21, 1976 (Wednesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin
Smith versus Jerry Stubbs > Bob Backlund versus Don Wade > Rick Martel versus Greg Valentine > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) versus the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Mark Lewin versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed
the Spoiler.

April 23, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles and Skip Young . > Rick Martel vs. Les Thornton > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs.
Ted Oates & Jerry Oates > Bob Armstrong & Dick Slater & Mark Lewin vs. Greg Valentine & Stan Stasiak (02) & Moondog Mayne > Ox
Baker vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Sheik . > Texas Bullrope Match: Dusty Rhodes
over the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and the Sheik.

April 24, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch and Karl Von Steiger . > Ervin Smith vs. Jerry Stubbs > Rick Martel vs. Don Wade > Bob
Backlund vs. Greg Valentine > Mark Lewin & Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Spoiler. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 26, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Greg Valentine and Jerry Oates . at 15:00 > Les Thornton vs. Roy Lee Welch > Ted Oates vs. Tony Charles > Jerry Oates
& Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Greg Valentine & the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Mark
Lewin vs. Stan Stasiak (02)

April 27, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rick Martel
versus Don Wade > Bob Backlund versus Karl Von Steiger > Bob Armstrong & Mark Lewin & Dick Slater versus Greg Valentine & the Red
Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Moondog Mayne versus Thunderbolt Patterson > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02)* for the title

April 30, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Greg
Valentine vs. Ervin Smith > Bob Armstrong and the Great Goliath (02) . > Midget Tag Team Match: Little Louie (01) & the
Haiti Kid vs. Little John (02) & Lord Littlebrook > Dick Slater vs. Black Gordman > Mark Lewin vs. Moondog Mayne > Mr. Wrestling #1
& Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & Ox Baker > Dusty Rhodes & Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Spoiler (02) & the Sheik
ended . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler and the Sheik.

May 3, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Dean Ho vs. Black Gordman > Midget Tag Team Match: Sonny Boy Hayes & the Haiti Kid vs. Little John (02) & Lord Littlebrook > the
Great Goliath (02) vs. Ted Oates > Mark Lewin vs. the Spoiler (02) by countout > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* vs.
Thunderbolt Patterson by countout / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

May 4, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony Charles
and Rick Martel . > Dean Ho vs. Les Thornton > Midget Match: the Haiti Kid vs. Lord Littlebrook > Mark Lewin versus Greg
Valentine . > Bob Armstrong & Thunderbolt Patterson versus Stan Stasiak (02) & Moondog Mayne ended in a no
contest > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) . at 60:00

May 7, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dean Ho vs. Karl Von Steiger > Skip Young vs. Yasu Fuji > Bob Armstrong and Greg Valentine . > Dick
Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Mark Lewin versus the Spoiler (02) ended
in a no contest > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* versus Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler. Ron
West was credited as being a referee for this card.

May 8, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates and Tony Charles . > Yasu Fuji versus El Bracero > Greg Valentine versus Dean Ho > Bob
Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Handicap Match: Thunderbolt
Patterson vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & Karl Von Steiger / Notes: Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

May 10, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
El Bracero vs. Mitsu Hata > Skip Young and Yasu Fuji . at 15:00 > Dean Ho vs. Moondog Mayne > Dick Slater & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mark Lewin vs.
Spoiler (02)* . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

May 14, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles and El Bracero . > Dean Ho vs. Les Thornton > Moondog Mayne & the Red Devils (Black
Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Dick Slater & Ted Oates & Jerry Oates > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Thunderbolt Patterson > Taped
Fist Match (No Disqualification): Mark Lewin versus the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

May 15, 1976 (Saturday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin Smith
and Karl Von Steiger . > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Rick Martel & Dean Ho by
disqualification > Mitsu Hata vs. El Bracero > Skip Young vs. Yasu Fuji > No Disqualification: Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Stan Stasiak
(02) > the Spoiler (02) vs. Dusty Rhodes . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

May 17, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Karl Von Steiger versus El Bracero > Tony Charles versus Rick Martel > Les Thornton versus Dean Ho > Stan Stasiak (02) versus
Thunderbolt Patterson > Mark Lewin & Dusty Rhodes versus Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Gary Hart managed
Abdullah and the Spoiler.

May 21, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin
Smith and Mitsu Hata . > Rick Martel vs. Yasu Fuji > El Bracero vs. Karl Von Steiger > Ken Mantell vs. Greg Valentine >
Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Dean Ho > Georgia Tag Team Title Round Robin Tournament: Ted Oates & Jerry Oates* vs. Les Thornton &
Tony Charles and the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Mark Lewin vs. Gary Hart > Mark Lewin vs. the Spoiler
(02) . > Dusty Rhodes & Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Abdullah the Butcher & the Sheik > Battle Royal: Andre the Giant
(Winner); Moondog Mayne, Greg Valentine, the Great Goliath (02), Black Gordman, Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Dean Ho, Mitsu Hata, Yasu Fuji,
Ken Mantell, Tony Charles, Les Thornton, Jerry Oates, Ted Oates, Karl Von Steiger, Ervin Smith, Rick Martel, El Bracero, Stan Stasiak
(02), and Haystacks Calhoun also participated / Notes: Hart managed the Spoiler, Abdullah, and the Sheik. It was reported that the purse
for the battle royal was $10,000.

May 24, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Wayne Cowan vs. El Bracero > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Ken Mantell & Dean Ho > Abdullah the
Butcher versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a double countout > Ron Bass and Ken Mantell . at 15:00 > Mark Lewin
versus the Spoiler (02) . > Mark Lewin and Gary Hart . at 5:00 / Notes: Hart managed Abdullah and the
Spoiler.

May 25, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin Smith
over Karl Von Steiger > Ted Oates & Jerry Oates and Ron Bass & Wayne Cowan . > Ken Mantell & Dean Ho vs. Greg
Valentine & Mitsu Hata > Bob Armstrong vs. the Spoiler (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Abdullah the Butcher . / Notes:
Gary Hart managed Abdullah and the Spoiler.

May 28, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Yasu Fuji > Jerry Oates and Ron Bass . > Ted Oates versus Wayne Cowan ended in a no
contest > Dean Ho vs. Greg Valentine > Ken Mantell vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Gary Hart & Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) vs.
Mark Lewin & Dusty Rhodes & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Hart managed Abdullah and the Spoiler.

May 29, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Leon Ogle vs. Mitsu Hata > Dean Ho vs. Yasu Fuji > Ken Mantell & Roy Lee Welch vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman &
the Great Goliath (02)) > Dean Ho vs. Moondog Mayne / Notes: Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

May 31, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Wayne Cowan and Ted Oates . at 15:00 > the Great Goliath (02) vs. Jerry Oates > Ken Mantell vs. Black Gordman >
Abdullah the Butcher vs. Dean Ho > Mark Lewin & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Gary Hart & the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Hart managed
Abdullah and the Spoiler.

June 1, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ken Mantell
over Randy Alls > Wayne Cowan vs. El Bracero > Les Thornton & Tony Charles and Ted Oates & Jerry Oates . > Bob
Armstrong vs. the Great Goliath (02) > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Black Gordman > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01)* vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Battle Royal: Thunderbolt Patterson (Winner); Randy Alls, Bob Armstrong, El Bracero, Abdullah the
Butcher, Tony Charles, Wayne Cowan, the Great Goliath (02), Black Gordman, Choo-Choo Lynn, Ken Mantell, Jerry Oates, Ted Oates,
Les Thornton, and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Gary Hart managed
Abdullah.

June 4, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates vs. Karl Von Steiger > Tony Charles and Ted Oates . > Ken Mantell vs. Les Thornton > Dean Ho
over the Great Goliath (02) > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Black Gordman > Taped Fist Match: Mark Lewin & Dusty Rhodes versus
Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) / Notes: During the Lewin/Rhodes-Abdullah/Spoiler match, Gary Hart was handcuffed to the top
ring rope. Hart managed Abdullah and the Spoiler.

June 7, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jan Nelson versus Ervin Smith . > Wayne Cowan and Ken Mantell . at 20:00 > Georgia Tag Team Title
Match: the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) vs. Ted Oates & Jerry Oates* for the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: the Spoiler (02)* vs. Mark Lewin . / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Spoiler.

June 8, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rick Martel
and Wayne Cowan . > Les Thornton vs. El Bracero > Bob Armstrong & Dean Ho vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman &
the Great Goliath (02)) > Dick Slater vs. Ken Mantell > Stan Stasiak (02) & Abdullah the Butcher versus Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) . / Notes: Gary Hart managed Abdullah.

June 11, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Wayne Cowan vs. El Bracero > Rick Martel versus Jan Nelson > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Ron Bass > Stan Stasiak (02)
& Dick Slater vs. Ken Mantell & Dean Ho > Dusty Rhodes vs. Abdullah the Butcher > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Spoiler (02)*
versus Mark Lewin / Notes: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) was the special referee for the Rhodes-Abdullah match. Gary Hart managed Abdullah
and the Spoiler.

June 14, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Les Thornton and Skip Young . at 20:00 > Jerry Oates vs. Ron Bass > Ted Oates vs. Wayne Cowan > Thunderbolt
Patterson vs. Dick Slater . > Mark Lewin & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Abdullah the Butcher & the Spoiler (02) / Notes:
Gary Hart managed Abdullah and the Spoiler.

June 16, 1976 (Wednesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ervin
Smith and Mitsu Hata . > Skip Young vs. Jerry Stubbs > Ken Mantell vs. Wayne Cowan > Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Ron
Bass > Bob Armstrong & Dean Ho vs. Les Thornton & Tony Charles > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Dick Slater

June 18, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles and Skip Young . > Jan Nelson vs. Les Thornton > the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great
Goliath (02)) vs. Rick Martel & Ken Mantell > Pak Song vs. Dean Ho > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Ernie Ladd > Dick Slater versus
Thunderbolt Patterson / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

June 21, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Jerry Oates vs. Les Thornton > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Joyce Grable (02) > Ron Bass vs. Rick
Martel > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Boxing Match: Ted Oates vs. Wayne Cowan > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Dick
Slater . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

June 22, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jan
Nelson vs. Mitsu Hata > Yasu Fuji vs. El Bracero > Les Thornton & Tony Charles vs. Ervin Smith & Dean Ho > Stan Stasiak (02) &
Abdullah the Butcher vs. Ken Mantell & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Lumberjack Match: Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Dick Slater by
disqualification / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

June 25, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Graham vs. Tony Charles > Bill Watts vs. Dick Slater > Mark Lewin vs. Pak Song > Ken Mantell and Skip Young . > Jack
Brisco and Dory Funk, Jr., . > Boxer versus Wrestler Match: Andre the Giant vs. Chuck Wepner > Muhammad Ali and
Antonio Inoki . / Notes: The Andre-Wepner match was shown on closed circuit television from Shea Stadium in New York,
NY. Wepner was billed as the New Jersey Boxing Champion. The Ali-Inoki match was shown on closed circuit television from Budokan,
Japan. Rock Hunter managed Song. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

June 26, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jan Nelson vs. Mitsu Hata > Wayne Cowan and Ervin Smith . > Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Dick Slater > Ted
Oates vs. Black Gordman > Ken Mantell & Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs. Wayne Cowan & the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great
Goliath (02)) / Notes: Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

June 28, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mitsu Hata vs. El Bracero > Ron Bass and Skip Young . > Jerry Oates vs. Yasu Fuji . > Dick Slater &
Abdullah the Butcher vs. Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Lights Out Cage Match (No Time Limit): Ted Oates vs. Wayne
Cowan / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

June 29, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Wayne
Cowan and Skip Young . > Dean Ho vs. George McCreery > Round Robin Tag Team Match: Ted Oates & Jerry Oates vs.
Les Thornton & Tony Charles and the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02)) > Dick Slater & Abdullah the Butcher vs.
Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.
July 2, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Mitsu Hata > Jan Nelson vs. Yasu Fuji > Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* vs. Joyce
Grable (02) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ken Mantell & Dean Ho vs. the Red Devils (Black Gordman & the Great Goliath (02))* to
win the title > Abdullah the Butcher vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > No Disqualification Match: Dick Slater versus Thunderbolt Patterson /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

July 3, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Skip Young vs. Mitsu Hata > Yasu Fuji vs. Rick Martel > Ron Bass and Skip Young . > Ted Oates vs.
Wayne Cowan at 9:00 > the Spoiler (02) vs. Ken Mantell at 14:45 > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: Young substituted for
Jerry Oates in the match against Bass. Ron West was credited as being a referee for this card.

July 6, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tully
Blanchard vs. Tony Charles > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) vs. Leilani Kai > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ken
Mantell & Ervin Smith > Mark Lewin versus Abdullah the Butcher . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes:
Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

July 9, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Ervin Smith > Tully Blanchard vs. Les Thornton > Ted Oates vs. Ron Bass > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny
Valiant vs. Tully Blanchard & Dean Ho > Dick Slater & Abdullah the Butcher versus Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Blanchard substituted for Ken Mantell to team with Ho in the match against the Valiants. Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

July 10, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tully Blanchard vs. Ron Bass > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Tully Blanchard & Skip Young > Boxing Match: Ted
Oates vs. Wayne Cowan by knockout in the sixth round > Dick Slater vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Blanchard substituted for Ken
Mantell to team with Young in the match against the Valiants.

July 11, 1976 (Sunday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak (02) / Notes: Abdullah the Butcher had been advertised to wrestle Mr. Wrestling #2
(01), but for some reason wrestled someone else we have not been able to identify. Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Bobby Simmons
was credited as being a referee on this card. This card was held following a Major League Baseball game between the Atlanta Braves
and New York Mets as part of a promotion designed by Ted Turner and Braves Public Relations Director Bob Hope (02), creatively called
“Headlock and Wedlock… Prior to the game, nine couples were simultaneously married as ten players from each team held bats
for them to walk under on the way to saying their vows. After the game, four matches featuring ten wrestlers took place, though very little
information has been found at this time. Incidentally, the Braves lost 9-8 in front of 14,661, though it is unknown how many people
watched the pre-game and post-game festivities.

July 13, 1976 (Tuesday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Wayne Cowan versus Ervin Smith > Tony Charles versus Ken Mantell > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant versus Ted Oates &
Skip Young > Roberto Soto versus Abdullah the Butcher > Dick Slater versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
Abdullah.

July 16, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Les Thornton > Ken Mantell vs. Tony Charles > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ted Oates & Tully
Blanchard > Mark Lewin vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Dick Slater vs. Dean Ho > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* versus
Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Charles substituted for Pak Song in the match against Mantell.

July 17, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Stubbs vs. George McCreery at 13:00 > Les Thornton vs. Ervin Smith at 17:00 > Roberto Soto vs. Tony Charles >
Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant versus Ken Mantell & Dean Ho . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater two falls to
one / Notes: There was a ten-man battle royal advertised, but no details were provided following the card.

July 20, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles vs. Ervin Smith > Ron Bass vs. Tully Blanchard > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ted Oates & Roberto Soto > Johnny
Valiant vs. Ken Mantell > Pak Song vs. Dean Ho > Taped Fist Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: Valiant substituted
for the Spoiler in the match against Mantell. Rock Hunter managed Song.

July 23, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Les Thornton and Jan Nelson . > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Tony Charles > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs.
Ken Mantell & Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Yasu Fuji > Pak Song vs. Dusty Rhodes > Mark Lewin versus Abdullah the
Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song and Abdullah. Ron West and Doug Smith were credited as being referees for this card.

July 24, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Charles vs. Jerry Stubbs at 13:00 > Les Thornton vs. Jan Nelson at 14:00 > Stan Stasiak (02) and Roberto Soto
went to a . > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ken Mantell & Dean Ho > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Abdullah the Butcher by
disqualification / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah. Bobby Simmons was credited as being a referee for this card.

July 27, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mitsu Hata
over Tully Blanchard > Jan Nelson vs. Yasu Fuji > Ted Oates and Stan Stasiak (02) . > Mark Lewin & Leon Ogle vs.
Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant . > Texas Death Match: Dick Slater vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)

July 30, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Wayne Cowan vs. Jan Nelson > Tully Blanchard vs. Mitsu Hata > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ted Oates & Roberto Soto >
Steve Keirn vs. Bob Roop > Taped Fist Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater > No Disqualification Match: Mark Lewin versus
Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

July 31, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mitsu Hata vs. Randy Alls > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Yasu Fuji > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ken Mantell & Dean Ho
> Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Abdullah the Butcher . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Abdullah.

August 2, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Tony Charles versus Randy Alls > Les Thornton versus Roberto Soto > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant versus Ken Mantell & Dean Ho
> Mark Lewin versus Abdullah the Butcher > Cage Match: Dusty Rhodes versus Pak Song / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song and
Abdullah.

August 3, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mitsu
Hata vs. Randy Alls > Ken Mantell vs. Yasu Fuji > Roberto Soto vs. Wayne Cowan > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant & the Spoiler (02)
over Mark Lewin & Ted Oates & Leon Ogle > Dusty Rhodes vs. Dick Slater

August 6, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Leon Ogle vs. Mitsu Hata > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant* vs. Dean Ho & Ken Mantell >
the Spoiler (02) vs. Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater > Dusty Rhodes vs. Pak Song > Cage Match: Abdullah the
Butcher vs. Mark Lewin / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song and Abdullah.

August 9, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Wayne Cowan and Bill Howard . at 15:00 > Ted Oates vs. Mitsu Hata > Dick Slater vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Pak Song
over the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song.

August 10, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles vs. Bill Howard > Les Thornton vs. Randy Alls > Jan Nelson vs. Les Thornton > Roberto Soto vs. Abdullah the Butcher by
disqualification > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Ken Mantell & Ted Oates > Pak Song vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Thornton
substituted for Stan Stasiak (02) in the match against Nelson. Rock Hunter managed Song.

August 13, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > One-Night Tournament: Pak Song vs. Roberto Soto to advance; Dusty Rhodes vs. Johnny Valiant to advance; Jimmy
Valiant vs. Bill Howard to advance; Ted Oates vs. Wayne Cowan to advance; Dick Slater vs. Ken Mantell to advance; Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) vs. Tony Charles to advance; Rhodes vs. Song to advance; Valiant vs. Oates to advance; Slater vs. Wrestling #2 to advance;
Rhodes vs. Valiant to advance; and Slater vs. Rhodes for the tournament > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater vs. the
Spoiler (02)* for the title / Notes: The tournament was to determine a challenger for the main event. Howard substituted for Stan
Stasiak (02) in the match against Valiant. Rock Hunter managed Song.

August 14, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jan Nelson and Yasu Fuji . > Midget Women’s Tag Team Match: Darling Dagmar & Princess Little Dove
over Marie Laveau & Diamond Lil > Roberto Soto vs. Wayne Cowan > Ted Oates & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Pak Song /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

August 16, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates vs. Jim Lancaster > Bill Howard vs. Wayne Cowan > Loser of Fall Leaves Match: Jimmy Valiant & Johnny
Valiant vs. Ken Mantell & Dean Ho > Jos LeDuc vs. Abdullah the Butcher . > Pak Song vs. the Spoiler (02) / Notes: In
the Mantell/Ho-Valiants match, Mantell was pinned and had to leave. Rock Hunter managed Song.

August 17, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Charles and Ricky Steamboat . > Jim Lancaster vs. Jan Nelson > Handicap Match: Jos LeDuc vs. Wayne Cowan & Mitsu
Hata > Ted Oates & Roberto Soto vs. Dick Slater & Abdullah the Butcher . > Claw versus Claw Match: Pak Song vs.
the Spoiler (02) / Notes: Rock Hunter, who managed Song, was handcuffed to Oates during the Song-Spoiler match.

August 20, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Steamboat vs. Yasu Fuji > Roberto Soto vs. Bill Howard > Jos LeDuc vs. Jim Lancaster > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny
Valiant vs. Ted Oates & Dean Ho > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater* vs. the Spoiler (02) > NWA World Heavyweight Title
Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. Terry Funk* . / Notes: Don Curtis was the special referee for Rhodes-Funk match.

August 23, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Lancaster vs. Jan Nelson > Bill Howard and Les Thornton . > Tony Charles vs. Wayne Cowan > Jimmy
Valiant & Johnny Valiant vs. Jos LeDuc & Dean Ho > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) by
disqualification

August 26, 1976 (Thursday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les
Thornton vs. Jan Nelson > Women’s Midget Match: Princess Little Dove vs. Diamond Lil > Jos LeDuc vs. Jim Lancaster >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Roberto Soto & Dean Ho vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant* . > Ted Oates vs. Pak
Song / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song.

August 27, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Steamboat vs. Bill Howard > Stan Stasiak (02) versus Roberto Soto . > Ted Oates & Jos LeDuc
& Dean Ho vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant & Abdullah the Butcher > Pak Song vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. Dick Slater* . / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song.

August 30, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Gino Hernandez vs. Jim Lancaster > Roberto Soto and Stan Stasiak (02) . > Midget Match: Little Bobo vs.
Little Tokyo > the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant > Dick Slater vs. Mr. Wrestling #2
(01)

September 1, 1976 (Wednesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Johnny Ringo (01) vs. Les Thornton > Midget Match: Buddy Colton vs. Little John (02) > Ricky Steamboat vs. Bill Howard > the Black
Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant > Jos LeDuc vs. Pak Song / Notes: Rock Hunter, who
managed Song, was barred from the building during the Song-LeDuc match.

September 3, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Steamboat and Killer Brooks . > Gino Hernandez vs. Wayne Cowan > Ray Stevens vs. Roberto Soto >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant* for the title >
Jos LeDuc versus Pak Song . > No Disqualification / No Time Limit Match: Dick Slater vs. Dusty Rhodes / Notes:
Soto substituted for Dean Ho in the match against Stevens. Rock Hunter managed Song.

September 6, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Gino Hernandez versus Killer Brooks > Stan Stasiak (02) versus Jerry Oates > Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant versus the
Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) > I Quit Match: Dick Slater versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Jos LeDuc versus Pak Song /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song.

September 7, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky
Steamboat vs. Tony Charles > Killer Brooks vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Jerry Oates vs. Jim Lancaster > Midget Match: Little Bobo vs.
Little Tokyo > the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) vs. Wayne Cowan & Stan Stasiak (02) > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Jos LeDuc vs. Dick Slater* .

September 10, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Steamboat and Les Thornton . > Gino Hernandez vs. Tony Charles > Georgia Tag Team Title Tornado
Tag Team Match: the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02))* vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant > Jerry Oates vs. Pak Song
by disqualification > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* and Dick Slater . / Notes: Jos LeDuc was the special
referee for the Oates-Song match. Rock Hunter managed Song.

September 11, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Wayne Cowan and Ricky Steamboat . > Dean Ho vs. Bill Howard > Tom Jones (02) vs. Killer
Brooks > Bobby Cash vs. Stan Stasiak (02) . > Jerry Oates & Jos LeDuc vs. Rock Hunter & Pak Song / Notes: Hunter
managed Song. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

September 13, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Gino Hernandez vs. Bill Howard > Killer Brooks vs. Ted Oates > Tom Jones (02) vs. Johnny Valiant > Rock Hunter & Pak
Song vs. Jerry Oates & Jos LeDuc > Texas Death Match: Bobby Cash vs. Jimmy Valiant / Notes: Hunter managed Song.

September 14, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Gino
Hernandez vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Bill Howard and Scott Irwin . > Bobby Cash vs. the Avenger (03) > Jimmy Valiant &
Johnny Valiant vs. Ted Oates & Roberto Soto > Lumberjack Match: Jerry Oates vs. Rock Hunter > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match:
Dick Slater* vs. Jos LeDuc

September 17, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Gino Hernandez vs. Bill Howard > Dean Ho versus Killer Brooks . > Tom Jones (02) vs. Johnny
Valiant > Bobby Cash vs. Jimmy Valiant > Ray Stevens vs. Roberto Soto > Jos LeDuc vs. Dick Slater > Dusty Rhodes vs. Pak Song /
Notes: Rock Hunter, who managed Song, was handcuffed to Jerry Oates during the Rhodes-Song match.

September 18, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Gino Hernandez vs. Wayne Cowan > Killer Brooks vs. Dean Ho > Stan Stasiak (02) vs. Ricky Steamboat
> the Mongolian Stomper vs. Ted Oates > Jos LeDuc vs. Pak Song > Cage Match: Jerry Oates vs. Rock Hunter / Notes: Hunter
managed Song. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper. Doug Smith was credited as being a referee for this card.

September 20, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jim Lancaster and Johnny Ringo (01) . > Gino Hernandez vs. Wayne Cowan > the Mongolian Stomper vs.
Roberto Soto > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02))* versus Stan Stasiak (02) & Killer
Brooks . > Chain Match: Jos LeDuc vs. Pak Song / Notes: During the LeDuc-Song match, Rock Hunter was
suspended above the ring in a cage. Hunter managed Song. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

September 21, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Dean Ho vs. Bill Howard > Scott Irwin vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Ted Oates & Dean Ho vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant > Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Pak Song > Texas Death Match: Jos LeDuc vs. Dick Slater > Cage Match: Jerry Oates vs. Rock Hunter / Notes:
Hunter managed Song.

September 24, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bobby Cash versus Killer Brooks . > Dean Ho vs. Ray Stevens . > the Mongolian
Stomper vs. Gino Hernandez > Billy Robinson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant > Jos LeDuc & Dusty
Rhodes vs. Dick Slater & Pak Song / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

September 27, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. X (22) vs. Jim Lancaster > Roberto Soto vs. Scott Irwin > Tom Jones (02) and Killer Brooks . > the
Mongolian Stomper vs. Dean Ho > Bobby Cash vs. Stan Stasiak (02) . > Lights Out Taped Fist Match: Dick Slater vs.
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

September 28, 1976 (Tuesday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Bill Howard versus Ricky Steamboat > Tom Jones (02) versus Killer Brooks > Roberto Soto versus Rock
Hunter > Dean Ho versus the Mongolian Stomper > Dick Slater & Pak Song versus Jos LeDuc & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Hunter
managed Song. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 1, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Scott Irwin > Paul Orndorff vs. Jim Lancaster > Stan Stasiak (02) & Killer Brooks and the Black Bombers
(Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) . > Dean Ho vs. the Mongolian Stomper . > Dick Slater & Pak Song vs.
Jos LeDuc & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > the Missouri Mauler vs. Dusty Rhodes / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Song and the Mauler. J.J.
Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 2, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. X (22) vs. Randy Alls > Paul Orndorff vs. Wayne Cowan > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Gino Hernandez > Ricky
Steamboat & Dean Ho vs. Stan Stasiak (02) & Killer Brooks > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the
Stomper.

October 4, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mr. X (22) vs. Rick McGraw > Roberto Soto vs. Scott Irwin > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Gino Hernandez > Rock Hunter & Killer
Brooks versus the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) . > Coal Miner’s Glove Match: Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) vs. Dick Slater / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 5, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky
Steamboat vs. Jim Lancaster > Dean Ho vs. Scott Irwin > Rick McGraw vs. Bill Howard > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Roberto Soto >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02))* vs. Killer Brooks & Mr. X (22) > Coal Miner’s
Glove Match: Jos LeDuc vs. Dick Slater / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 8, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Paul Orndorff vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Mr. X (22) vs. Gino Hernandez > Roberto Soto vs. Bill Howard > the Mongolian
Stomper vs. Ricky Steamboat > Jos LeDuc & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Stan Stasiak (02) > Mixed Style Match (No
Disqualification / No Time Limit): Dusty Rhodes vs. the Missouri Mauler two falls to one / Notes: In the Rhodes-Mauler match, Rhodes
went vs. in the first fall under bullrope match rules, the Mauler went vs. in the second fall under taped fist match rules, and Rhodes
went vs. in the deciding fall, again under bullrope match rules. Rock Hunter managed the Mauler. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 11, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau vs. Bill Howard > Paul Orndorff vs. Jim Lancaster > Mr. X (22) vs. Ricky Steamboat > Dean Ho vs.
Rock Hunter . > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Tom Jones (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Nick Bockwinkel > Battle
Royal: Andre the Giant (Winner) / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 12, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Raymond Rougeau vs. Randy Alls > Dean Ho vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Paul Orndorff vs. Jim Lancaster > Roberto Soto vs. Stan
Stasiak (02) > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Rick McGraw > Jos LeDuc vs. Nick Bockwinkel > Battle Royal: Andre the Giant (Winner) /
Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 15, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Steamboat vs. Jim Lancaster > Tony Parisi vs. Bill Howard > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Rick McGraw > AWA
Heavyweight Title Match: Jos LeDuc vs. Nick Bockwinkel* . > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Raymond Rougeau
& Roberto Soto > I Quit Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. the Missouri Mauler > Battle Royal: Andre the Giant (Winner); the Mongolian Stomper,
Bill Howard, Raymond Rougeau, Roberto Soto, Ole Anderson, Tony Parisi, Ricky Steamboat, Jos LeDuc, Gene Anderson, Jim Lancaster,
Nick Bockwinkel, and Rick McGraw also participated / Notes: Parisi substituted for George Gulas in the match against Howard. It is
unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Rock Hunter managed the Mauler. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 16, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) vs. Mr. X (22) > Bobby Cash vs. Scott Irwin > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Rick McGraw & Dean
Ho > Jos LeDuc vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. the Mongolian Stomper / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 18, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bobby Cash and Raymond Rougeau . > Tony Parisi vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Jos LeDuc vs. Scott Irwin > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Ricky Steamboat & Dean Ho > Dusty Rhodes vs. the Mongolian Stomper / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed
the Stomper.

October 19, 1976 (Tuesday) – Warner Robins, GA – Warner Robins Civic Center (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Paul Orndorff vs. Scott Irwin > Raymond Rougeau and Mr. X (22) . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Stan Stasiak
(02) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02)) > Dusty Rhodes vs. the Mongolian
Stomper / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 22, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Ricky Steamboat vs. Mr. X (22) . > Tony Parisi and Killer
Brooks . > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs.
the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02))* for the title > Texas Death Match: Dusty Rhodes vs. Dick Slater / Notes: J.J.
Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 25, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. X (22) vs. Paul Orndorff > Raymond Rougeau vs. Jim Lancaster > Tony Parisi vs. Rock Hunter > Georgia Tag Team
Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. the Black Bombers (Bobby Cash & Tom Jones (02))* for the title > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)

October 26, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dean
Ho vs. Jim Lancaster > Rick McGraw vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Scott Irwin vs. Gino Hernandez > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs.
Robert Fuller & Roberto Soto > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* vs. Bob
Armstrong at 35:00 / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

October 29, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Johnny Ringo (01) vs. Gino Hernandez > Mr. X (22) vs. Rick McGraw > Tony Parisi vs. Stan Stasiak (02) > Ole Anderson
& Gene Anderson vs. Robert Fuller & Bobby Cash > Jos LeDuc vs. the Mongolian Stomper . > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Terry Funk* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper. Ron West and Doug Smith
were credited as being referees for this card.

October 30, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Ricky Steamboat > Raymond Rougeau vs. Scott Irwin > Dean Ho vs. Bill Howard > Bob Armstrong vs.
Johnny Ringo (01) > Robert Fuller & Tom Jones (02) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson . / Notes: Doug Smith was
credited as being a referee for this card.

November 1, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roberto Soto vs. Scott Irwin > Tony Parisi vs. Bill Howard > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Robert Fuller & Bobby
Cash > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc > Mr. X (22) vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 2, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Howard vs. Gino Hernandez > Tony Parisi vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Roberto Soto vs. Scott Irwin > Robert Fuller vs. Rock Hunter >
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Tom Jones (02) & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > No Time Limit / No Disqualification Match: the Mongolian
Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 5, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Parisi vs. Bill Howard > Killer Brooks vs. Bill Howard > Dick Slater vs. Robert Fuller > No Disqualification Match: the
Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Mr. X (22) > World Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene
Anderson* vs. Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 8, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bill Howard vs. Rick McGraw > Raymond Rougeau vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson
& Gene Anderson* vs. Robert Fuller & Tony Parisi > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Mr. X (22) /
Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 9, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Parisi vs. Killer Brooks > Mr. X (22) vs. Paul Orndorff > Scott Irwin vs. Ricky Steamboat > Raymond Rougeau and Roberto Soto went
to a . > Bob Armstrong vs. Dick Slater > Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson

November 11, 1976 (Thursday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Jim Crockett Promotions) >
Dr. Fujinami vs. Doug Somers > Bill White vs. Steve Bolus > Mike Dubois vs. Johnny Eagle > Tony Atlas vs. Jacques Goulet by
disqualification > Wahoo McDaniel & Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Angelo Mosca & Blackjack Mulligan / Notes: Bolus substituted for Danny Miller
in the match against White. This was the first card Aaron Newman promoted since Georgia Championship Wrestling sold the rights for
Savannah to Jim Crockett Promotions.

November 12, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau vs. Roberto Soto > Tony Parisi vs. Killer Brooks > Dick Slater vs. Tom Jones (02) > Bob Armstrong
over the Mongolian Stomper > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson and Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #1 . > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Terry Funk* . / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 15, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Atlas vs. Scott Irwin > Mr. X (22) vs. Roberto Soto > Rick McGraw & Haystacks Calhoun vs. Jim Lancaster & Killer
Brooks > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* for the title > Loser Leaves Match: the Mongolian
Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 16, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tony
Parisi versus Raymond Rougeau > Bill Howard versus Black Atlas > Scott Irwin versus Roberto Soto > Loser Leaves Match: the
Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* versus Robert Fuller & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 19, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ted Oates and Raymond Rougeau . > Black Atlas vs. El Gaucho > Bill Howard vs. Roberto Soto > Killer
Brooks vs. Tom Jones (02) > World Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #1 >
Lights Out Match: the Mongolian Stomper vs. Jos LeDuc / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 20, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ted Oates vs. Jim Lancaster > Black Atlas vs. Scott Irwin > Raymond Rougeau and Roberto Soto went to
a . > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Mr. X (22) > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Robert Fuller & Haystacks Calhoun

November 21, 1976 (Sunday) – Fort Stewart, GA – Corkan Gymnasium (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Jim Crockett Promotions) >
Raymond Rougeau versus Mr. X (23) > Rick McGraw versus Jim Lancaster > Scott Irwin versus Ricky Steamboat > Raymond Rougeau &
Porkchop Cash versus Bill Howard & Mr. X (23)

November 22, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Mighty Igor vs. El Gaucho > Black Atlas vs. Johnny Ringo (01) > Haystacks Calhoun vs. the Mongolian Stomper > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Robert Fuller & Dean Ho > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater* vs. Bob Armstrong / Notes: J.
J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 23, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Howard vs. Rick McGraw > Raymond Rougeau vs. El Gaucho > the Mighty Igor vs. Scott Irwin > Bob Armstrong vs. the Mongolian
Stomper > Robert Fuller & Haystacks Calhoun & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Dick Slater & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes: J.J.
Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 25, 1976 (Thursday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau vs. Scott Irwin > Tony Parisi vs. El Gaucho > Robert Fuller vs. Mr. X (22) > Australian Tag Team
Match: Ricky Steamboat & Dean Ho vs. Ted Oates & Jerry Oates > Black Atlas vs. Bill Howard > Jack Brisco vs. Killer Brooks >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Dick Slater* by countout > Australian Tag Team Match: Ox Baker & the
Mongolian Stomper vs. Bob Armstrong & Bill Watts > the Sheik vs. the Mighty Igor by countout > World Tag Team Title Match: Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. J.J. Dillon
managed the Stomper.

November 29, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Atlas versus El Gaucho > Raymond Rougeau versus Bill Howard > Jim Lancaster versus the Mighty Igor > Bob
Armstrong versus the Mongolian Stomper > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.J.
Dillon managed the Stomper.

November 30, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill
Howard and Paul Orndorff . > Black Atlas vs. El Gaucho > the Mighty Igor vs. Jim Lancaster > Ole Anderson & Gene
Anderson vs. Ted Oates & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Robert Fuller vs. the Mongolian Stomper . > Bill Dromo vs. Dick
Slater / Notes: Dromo replaced Fuller in the match against Slater, as Fuller substituted for Bob Armstrong in the match against the
Stomper. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

December 3, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tony Parisi vs. Bill Howard > Raymond Rougeau vs. El Gaucho > the Mighty Igor vs. Jim Lancaster > Bill Dromo vs. the
Mongolian Stomper . > Dick Slater & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Dusty Rhodes & Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rougeau replaced Dromo in the match against Gaucho, as Dromo substituted for Bob Armstrong in the match
against the Stomper. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

December 6, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Steamboat and Jerry Stubbs . > Black Atlas vs. Randy Alls > the Mighty Igor vs. Two-Ton Harris > Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson vs. Ted Oates & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Dick
Slater* .

December 7, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
Stallings & Black Atlas vs. Bill Howard & Killer Brooks > Choo-Choo Lynn vs. Two-Ton Harris > Gene Anderson vs. Tony Parisi > Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Bill Dromo vs. Dick Slater* .

December 9, 1976 (Thursday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Jim Crockett Promotions) >
Dr. Fujinami vs. Angelo Poffo > Brute Bernard vs. Francisco Flores > Johnny Eagle vs. Hans Schroeder > Haystacks Calhoun & Tiger
Conway, Jr., vs. Doug Somers & Jacques Goulet > Wahoo McDaniel vs. Ric Flair

December 10, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau vs. Bill Howard > Black Atlas vs. Scott Irwin > Mike Graham vs. Bob Orton, Jr. > the Mongolian
Stomper vs. Bill Dromo > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Slater* vs. Mr. Wrestling #1 > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs.
Ricky Steamboat & Dusty Rhodes > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Terry Funk* vs. Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Howard substituted for Two-Ton Harris in the match against Rougeau. J.J. Dillon managed the Stomper.

December 13, 1976 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Dean Ho vs. El Gaucho > Raymond Rougeau vs. Two-Ton Harris > the Mongolian Stomper vs. Tony Parisi >
Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & the Mighty Igor vs. Dick Slater & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes: J.J. Dillon
managed the Stomper.

December 14, 1976 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Paul
Orndorff vs. Randy Alls > Bill Howard and Mike Stallings . > Killer Brooks vs. Raymond Rougeau > Thunderbolt
Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (Disqualification Rule Waived /
No Time Limit): Dick Slater* vs. Bill Dromo

December 17, 1976 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau and Bill Howard . > Tony Parisi vs. Two-Ton Harris > Killer Brooks vs. Frankie Lane >
Bill Watts vs. the Mongolian Stomper > Thunderbolt Patterson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) vs. Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson by
disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 vs. Dick Slater* . / Notes: J.J. Dillon managed the
Stomper.

December 18, 1976 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: This was the first episode of “Georgia Championship Wrestling.., hosted by Gordon Solie, since WTCG began transmitting
their signal via satellite the day before, making it the first Superstation.

December 18, 1976 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau vs. Bobby Simmons > Ricky Steamboat vs. Scott Irwin > Women’s Battle Royal: