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I have found on Tim Hornbaker's Website legacyofwrestling.com this:
Massasusetts Wrestling History
"In my Bowser biography and on page 279 of my book on the National Wrestling Alliance, I clearly stated that Bowser's final wrestling program occurred on July 15, 1960 at Boston
Garden. I was wrong - completely wrong. Bowser's last wrestling program was actually
three months earlier on March 11. 1960. The July 15 show was promoted by Eddie Quinn, ...
Hey there. I have seen that in the past that TNA has recognized all NWA title changes that took place in TNA as it being the same title changes as the same titles that they have now. Meaning that they didnt recognize Christian Cage or Kurt Angle as the first TNA world champion, but Ken Shamrock as the first TNA WORLD CHAMPION. I remember Ken Shamrock was the first NWA world champion in TNA. They ...
Since it first became a point of study for me fifteen years ago, wrestling history has always fascinated me. The answer to one question in particular has always eluded me, and this seems like the perfect place to get it sorted out.
Regarding the relationship between William Muldoon and John L Sullivan...does anyone here happen to have info to share regarding their alleged mixed match of 1887? Did such a match occur at all outside ...
Shouldn't the WCW Cruiserweight Championship have a separate page to the WWE Cruiserweight Championship? I noticed when WCW was defeated at the 2001 Survivor Series and became no more, the WCW Cruiserweight Title became a WWE Title, but you just kept the title history on the same page.
I am just learning about pro wrestling history which took place before where my personal recollections kick in (the Attitude era of WWF and the Monday Night Wars). I have been studying the history of the WWE Championship, and I see that Buddy Rogers was awarded the first WWWF Heavyweight belt due to some sort of dispute over (to my understanding) Rogers dropping the NWA World Heavyweight belt to Lou Thesz on Jan. 24, 1963. ...
A nice article.
http://www.presspubs.com/articles/2010/ ... 901173.txt
Kinji Shibuya, one of the pioneers of the "Japanese" heels, passed away on 2010/05/10.
http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/201 ... 80381.html
I found this info that Libnan Ayoub, a historian in Australia, sent to another great historian Steve Yohe:
Katsuji Adachi, who is probably most known for his run in Calgary as Mr. Hito, passed away on 2010/04/21 at the age of 67 at a hospital in Osaka. He had been suffering diabetes for several years.
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