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here are the results of Harold Sakata's Matches in germany between 1965 and 71. He was booked by Promoter Gustl Kaiser (IBV).
Harold Sakata def. Hans Dillinger
Harold Sakata def. Leif Rasmussen
Harold Sakata def. Mustafa Shikhane
Harold Sakata def. Jan Campbell
Harold Sakata def. Hermann Iffland
Harold Sakata def. Gedeon Gida
Harold Sakata def. Micha Nador
09.06.1965 – Final
Horst Hoffmann def. Harold Sakata
here are the results of the Catch Europe Tour 1978
- the fight between Bock and Inoki on 25.11.1978 in Stuttgart was booked as "WWU vs. WWA Championship"
Bock won the VDB Title on 09.04.1978 in Stuttgart. WWU and WWA are fictional Titles, which was created my the management himself (Bock and VDB Manager Paul Berger). Berger was the matchmaker of this tour and i think he created some "Storys", that will be published ...
i have published for a few months the European Matches of Karel Istaz ("Karl Gotch") for legacyofwrestling.com. He wrestled in Europe under his real name.
Karel Istaz ("Karl Gotch")
Professional Wrestling Debut: October 1950, Belgium: Karel Istaz def. Addie Palecek (???)
10.03.1951 – Manchester
Karel Istaz def. Big Bill Benny
04.04.1951 - Manchester
Karel Istaz def. Jack Pye
07.04.1951 - Manchester
Karel Istaz def. Dave Armstrong
11.04.1951 - Manchester
Karel Istaz vs. Ernest Baldwin ...
in the 1980s Scotish Historian James Craig and German Historian Gerhard Schäfer worked together and published the Bert Assirati Record Book. In germany Schäfer published this under the name "Wrestling Archives No. 18 - Bert Assirati".
According to these record Assirati made his debut as a professional wrestler on 28.10.1928 in London against Robert Cook. He defeated Cook. First he trained under Coach Guido Ronga in the Ashdown Club. At this time he was ...
following I will published some Infos about the german promotion IBV; so you can written this on your Page under "Austria and Germany"
This is really complicated, so i have published this in an easy way, did you can understand this
IBV stands for:
Internationaler Berufsringkämpfer Verband
incorporated as IBV in Hamburg on 20.02.1948
closed around 1997
Gustl Kaiser (1947-76)
Nicola Selenkowitsch (1965-86)
Gerd Völlink (1988-97)
Co-Promoter under Kaiser was Georg ...
i have found this on wrestling-titles.com:
here is a information about the german promoter Edmund Schober. For a few months a don't know the exact debut of his shows in Hannover. But in 1971 Schober had written a newspaper article. He said himself that he debuted in Hannover in 1964. I think that was right, because after 1955 there were no wrestling in Hannover. Promoter Rudolf Kalweit held his last tournament here in 1955. Then in 1964 Schober took over ...
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