Holder of the MWA World Title in Kansas City,
recognized as a world champion in Des Moines, IA by Pinkie George,
who later founds the National Wrestling Alliance in 48; continues to defend MWA title in Iowa until losing to National Wrestling Association champion Bill Longson in a double title match on 42/07/22 in Des Moines, IA; said to
have been the "National Wrestling Alliance" World champion
for seven years before losing to Sonny Myers in 47/11.
Has defeated John Grandovich on 42/10/26 in Wichita, KS for the local version of National
Wrestling Alliance Title; recognized as
the National Wrestling Alliance champion in Iowa by Pinkie George between 43/05 and 43/08; the 43/05/09 issue of a Waterloo newspaper reports that Virag has defeated both Orville Brown and Bill Longson after capturing tournaments at Minneapolis and Philadelphia.
Billed as having defeated Virag for the title in St. Louis on the 43/09/01 edition of the Des Moines arena program; recognition withdrawn by Pinkie George when Longson does not defend the title in Des Moines.
Has also defeated Orville Brown for MWA title on 44/05/04 in Kansas City; loses MWA title to Lee Wykoff on 44/06/29 in Kansas City, KS (Wyckoff may be billed as NWA champion in Iowa but loses to Brown on 44/08/16 in Kansas City, KS).
Billed as having "recently" defeated Ed Virag for National Wrestling Alliance title in Topeka, KS; also defeats Wyckoff for MWA title on 44/08/16 in Kansas City, KS; actually defeats Virag to unify the NWA Title on 46/11/16 in Wichita, KS.