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I was away for the weekend and just got back. The first thing I read on the internet was a shocking news.
As many of you probably know by now, Jim "clawmaster" Zordiani passed away on late Friday evening or early Saturday.
SLAM! Wrestling article
I can't find words to describe how thankful I am for his contributions to not only my websites but also researches and preservation of the history of pro-wrestling in general. ...
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.
Looks like the National Wrestling Association still existed in 1975.
From the 1975/12/09 issue of the Morning Herald (Hagerstown, MD):
Jack Adkisson (Fritz von Erich) was the president of the NWAlliance around this time.
Jack Shannon of Sceintific Wrestling reports:
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.
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) ...
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