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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 ...
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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, ...
The lawsuit filed against the National Wrestling Alliance this past January has been settled, paving the way for changes in the organization.
The ownership and management of the NWA brand will be transferred from the Pro Wrestling Organization LLC managed by Bob Trobich (who pretty much saved the promotion from going into destruction back in 1989 when the last true member of meaning, Jim Crockett Promotions was bought out by TBS, creating World Championship Wrestling) ...
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