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Former National Wrestling Association World Heavyweight champion Bobby Managoff passed away on April 3rd. He was the world champ during the WWII when many wrestlers were not available.
Lou Thesz's famous 936 consecutive win record started on the day after he lost to Managoff in Buffalo on 1948/06/11.
Managoff was indeed the living history of pro-wrestling.
All Japan Pro Wrestling Co., Ltd.
Associate: Dory Funk, Jr.
Bookers: Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Jr.
California Athletic Club, Inc.
Capital Sports Promotions, Inc.
Victor Jovica & Carlos Colon
Associates: George Jovica & Jose Gonzalez
Booker: Jose Gonzalez
Capitol Wrestling Corporation
Vincent J. McMahon
Associates: Robert Marella, Phil Zacko, & Arnold Skaaland
Booker: Vince McMahon
Championship Wrestling from Florida, Inc.
Eddie Graham & James Barnett
Associate: Duke ...
For being such an integral part of wrestling history, wrestling's championship belts often do not get "much play" (except for a couple of cool places on the 'net, like Yahoo! Groups, NWA Midwest, and here). Just wondering, what's everyone's favorite belt design(s) (past or present)?
My all-time absolute favorite is the WWF Intercontinental Title from 1985-1998 (the version Reggie Parks created, with the globe in the middle and the the "layered off" effect on the ...
I have a question for anybody about the NWA independant heavyweight title. I have read on two or three differant websites that there was such a title and that Sabu was the champion. In talking to the webmaster of another website he told me that there was a title but it was NOT recognized by the NWA. can anybody tell me who if anyone recognized this title and what the history was .
I read recently over at Onlineonslaught.com that when the WWF signed Dino Bravo (and bought out his promotion in Quebec), part of the deal was that they would honor his promotion's title (which he held at the time) as the WWF Canadian Championship. He was actually announced as so a few times at shows and on TV, and gradually they just began to ignore it and it disappeared. As far as I know, it never ...
Hello everybody, I've been visting this site (which is one of the best wrestling sites on the web, in my opinion) for about a year and a half and just joined the forums. I just thought I'd like to jump into the discussion with a pretty cool idea.
As a die-hard WWF fan, I tend to take a lot of flak (and a good deal of it is rightfully deserved with some of the dumb ...
I really wish they would put out DVDs with the title histories of each title. They could include high lights from all the title changes they have on film.
The WWF could do this with their HW, Tag Team and IC titles.
They could also do this for the WCW HW, US and Tag Team titles.
(these would probally include the NWA titles)
I would love to see this done for the NWA HW and ...
This is really a matter of opinion, but I'd like tohear some opinions.
I always felt 2 single and 1 tag title was the best number of titles in a federation.
Right now the WWF has FAR too many titles to mean a thing. The Eurotrash title is pointless, maybe if they only defended it in Europe I could see the point in that title.
I like the idea of the 24/7 hardcore title. The ...
I am tying to find the bracketing for the WWF World Junior Heavyweight title touranment held in Japan during the early part of 1984. I am particularily interested in who Bret Hart won/drew/lost to in this tournament.
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