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Your site includes the following lineage between The Strongbows and the duo of Mr Fuji & Mr Saito:
Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito 81/10/13 Allentown, PA
Chief Jay Strongbow & Jules Strongbow 82/06/28 New York, NY
Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito 82/07/13 Allentown, PA
Chief Jay Strongbow & Jules Strongbow 82/10/26 Allentown, PA
Samoans 83/03/08 Allentown, PA
However, according to a few different sources, the Strongbows' 82/06/28 victory was reversed, ...
Tim Hornbaker found three additional changes of National Wrestling Association World Junior Heavyweight Title that took place in Toledo, OH:
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I'd like to suggest some changes within this website's history of the Original World Heavyweight Championship first held by Georg Hackenschmidt.
1. The title history should start with Hackenschmidt's win over Tom Jenkins in 1905, not his tournament wins from 1901. Earlier claims are simply other titles. Not only Hackenschmidt has been crowned World Champion in European Tournaments since 1901. There have been a lot of other champions in this time period.
2. Steve ...
Many title histories mention that the NWA Central States territory (and its Championship) was originally known as the "Heart Of America" territory (and Championship). I have been wondering for quite some time exactly when the name change took place. No list is clear.
Here's a new find by Tim Hornbaker, author of the great "National Wrestling Alliance: The Untold Story of the Monopoly that Strangled Pro Wrestling" book:
Tor Kamata passed away on 2007/07/23 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan after a long battle with heart disease.
Kamata was one of the top heels in the old IWE where he was Rusher Kimura's big rival. He then wrestled for All Japan and won the prestigeous PWF Heavyweight Title from Giant Baba in 1978. He had a total of 16 tours in Japan.
He also held various titles in Canada and the U.S. including AWA World Tag ...
Karl Gotch has passed way on July 28th, 2007 in Tampa, Florida. He was a true legend in the sport, especially in Japan where he was known as the guy who trained other legends such as Antonio Inoki, Osamu Kido, Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Satoru Sayama, Akira Maeda, etc., etc.
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