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Just finished watching some Texas All-Star Wrestling on Daily Motion, and the finals of the Texas Six-Man Tag Team Championship (that's what Steve Stack referred to it as) took place on January 12, 1986 in San Antonio, TX. It was said to be a 7 team tournament, with the finals having Elijah Akeem, Kareem Muhammed and Kamala defeating Big Bubba, One Man Gang and Mark Youngblood.
During the segregation era, there were many negro/colored titles in the US. Here are some of those which are not listed on Wrestling-Titles.com:
United States Negro Heavyweight Title
Luther Lindsay 1966/04/19<
* Billed as champion in North Carolina and Virginia; still/again champion as of 70/09/12 and 71/10/29.
United States/American Negro Women's Title
Marva Scott 1968/05/18<
* Also billed as World Title; still/again recognized as of 70/02/10.
Negro Junior Heavyweight Title
Buddy Jackson 1947/10/09<
* Billed ...
Was wondering if someone has the title lineage for the USA Jr Title, that was held by Ric McCord, Dale Veasey, and Al Gavigan, during the summer of 85 into 1986.
I no longer have my wrestling title history book, and can't remember the dates of the title changes.
I never knew there was a lineage prior to the match where George Becker defeated Steve Passas in 1939/01/20 in Bridgeport. In fact, Passas was a multiple-time champion throughout the 1930s.
Looks like this title was recognized by the New England promoters who were not associated with Pau Bowser.
Click here for the title history.
ROH and New Japan Pro-Wrestling are holding joint cards in Toronto on 2014/05/09 & 05/10 and at the Manhattan Center on 05/17. NJPW is planning to send about 10 wrestlers from Japan.
According to Wikipedia, Meng awarded The Barbarian the WCW Hardcore Title on his last WCW match (before returning to the WWE via the Royal Rumble): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_WC ... _Champions
Watts family, WWE agree to terms on Mid-South library
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross, the voice of Mid-South Wrestling, discusses talent, territory
After several years of negotiations, The Miami Herald has learned that Ene Watts and the Watts family agreed on a deal for World Wrestling Entertainment to purchase about 1,200 hours of Mid-South Wrestling footage, including TV programming and shows during its heyday in the late 1970s and during the 1980s.
Ene Watts, ...
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