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Someone please give me some help, is the number of NWA champions start at George Hackenschmidt? If that is the case then the NWA should be coming up on 100 real soon, since if I counted correctly Jarrett is 97. Maybe the NWA should do something special but thats just me.
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Dick Hutton, the fifth NWA champ from 1957 to 1959, passed away in Tulsa, OK at the age of 80. A detailed biography/obituary can be found here.
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I remember finding a web site where there was a scan of the NWA rulebook (concerning match rules). Do any of you have anything related to that? (The rulebook itself, link to the site I'm talking about, or anything regarding the NWA rules.)
Thanks for any info.
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I recently watched a tape of Kerry & David Von Erich vs Karl Krupp & Gene Yates. The show was Southwest Championship Wrestling, but Bronco Lubich was the referee and had an NWA patch on his shirt.
Does anyone know if San Antonio was an NWA member at one time? I'm guessing this match is from the late 70's as both Von Erichs were very young. Also, if anyone else has seen this match, where ...
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I lifted this from the "Letters to Jack Pfefer from Bobby Bruns" thread from the Old School Hodge Podge section of Kayfabe Memories. In one of the letters, postmarked 10-16-67, it gives a list of guys who attended what was apparently the annual pow-wow in Las Vegas. They are as follows:
Willie Gilzenburg, Toots Mondt, Vince McMahon, Fred Ward, Ray Gunkel, Paul Jones, Jim Crockett, George Becker, Jules Strongbow, Hardy Kruscamp, Sam Muchnick, Gus Karras, ...
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There are numerous NWA promotions nationwide correct? And they all have to have their own championship belts, I was wondering how many championships there are that bare the NWA name? Im guessing the straightup NWA World Heavyweight championship in TNA is their top one im justy wonderinging what are all the other titles nationwide in NWA and do they all have different names?
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OK. I know about the NWAssociation and NWAlliance World Titles. I'm beginning to learn about the NWA that existed in Iowa with Orville Brown as champ and Pinky George running the show before the NWAlliance was formed as we know it today. However, as I was doing wrestling research at the Topeka library for 1942, I found another NWA Title mentioned!
It sounds like Roy Dunn was champion and lost to Edward Virag in Wichita, ...
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Please limit to the pre-1990s topics on world and inter-territorial title lineages only. Topics for the regional titles should be posted under "<a href='http://www.puroresu.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=24' target='_blank'>U.S. & Canada - Regional Territories</a>".
Topics on the Iowa and Kansas versions of the N.W.A. from the 1940s should be posted here.
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