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JAKOB KOCH RECORD - first Edition
Jakob Koch was one of the biggest stars in the early history of german and european professional wrestling. The most people known him as the companion of George Hackenschmidt, but he was even more: a great wrestler and trainer in his hometown Neuss. Until World War I he dominated the german professional scene together with Heinrich Eberle and Ernst Siegfried.
* 12.04.1870 Neuss (Germany)
† 19.02.1918 Neuss (Germany) ...
Scandinavia – Wrestling Results (1897-1912)
1904 - „Professional Championship“ Tournament
> no further details about location and other participants
1. Heinrich Eggeberg
3. Christian Anderson
4. L. P. Jensen
5. Viktor Hansen
Ladislaus Pytlasinski def. John Pohl (Abs II)
04.04.1905 (final day) – Tournament (GR)
1. Alexander Aberg,
2. Stanislaus Cyganiewicz (Zbyszko)
3. Axel Krook
5. Alfred Missbach
30.10.1905 (final day) – Tournament (GR)
Henry Deglane (Munich Results 1925)
Munich - World Championship Tournament (16.05.-30.06.1925)
Management: Franz van der Born; IRV (Berlin)
- greco-roman style
Results of Deglane's Matches:
Henry Deglane def. Paul Opitz
Henry Deglane def. Servanne Christensen
Henry Deglane drew Oskar Schneider
Henry Deglane def. Franz Kochanski
Oskar Schneider def. Henry Deglane
Henry Deglane drew Josef Kunst
Henry Deglane drew Thomas Bartkowiak
Josef Kunst def. Henry Deglane
In the 1950s former Boxing Superstar and professional wrestler Primo Carnera came to germany.
17.09.1951 - Berlin
Primo Carnera drew Hans Schwarz Jr.
20.09.1951 - Berlin
Primo Carnera NC Kurt Zehe
18.09.1957 - Berlin
Primo Carnera def. Felix Miquet
19.09.1957 - Berlin
Primo Carnera def. Conrad "Conny" Fey
20.09.1957 - Berlin
Primo Carnera def. Richard Grupe
Grupe was a former boxer and turned to wrestling in the early 1950s.
Wrestling Debut of Primo Carnera:
Carl Abs – Record
* 12.09.1851 in Groß Godems near Parchim, Germany
+ 18.02.1895 in Hamburg-Uhlenhorst
- greatest german wrestler of the 19th century
- german wrestling pioneer
- 1879: relocated to Hamburg (said to be a member of the first german athletic club founded on 30.11.1879 in Hamburg)
- 1880/81: first appearances in vaudeville and circus as force acrobat
- 1882: wrestling debut in Hamburg (greco-roman Style)
- trained by Jean Doublier in Paris ...
i found some matches of wrestlers from America in the 1930s and 40s in England. First is former AWA World Champion Ed Don George, who wrestled in the late 1930s in Europe. According to this source from England he had only one match there in 1937 or 15.04.1938 against Leo Lefebvre. This is the result:
1937 or 15.04.1938 Blackfriars Ring, London
Ed Don George def. Leo Lefebvre
Whipper Billy Watson also wrestled in England ...
George Bollas was booked in germany by promoter Gustl Kaiser.
The Zebra Kid def. Franz Orlik
The Zebra Kid def. Peter Kayser
The Zebra Kid def. Robert Gastel
The Zebra Kid def. "Mr. Oddjob" Harold Sakata
The Zebra Kid def. Leif Rasmussen
The Zebra Kid def. Micha Nador
The Zebra Kid def. Mustafa Shikhane
The Zebra Kid def. Hansi Roocks
Gedeon Gida def. The ...
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