Jack Harbertson defeats John Berg, who disputes Santel's claim for not making the 170lb limit, on 18/05/21 in Ogden, UT; Santel defeats Harbertson on 19/01/08 in Ogden, UT; also defeats title claimants Jim Londos on 20/08/17 in San Francisco, CA and Peter Sauer on 22/03/14 in San Francisco, CA; loses to Clarence Eklund in a tournament on 28/11/20 in Melbourne, AUS (see below); may continue to claim the title in Northern California until 31 or 32.
Possibly for having defeated Dan McLeod on 06/10/19 in Chicago, IL; claims both heavyweight and light heavyweight titles (The Des Moines Register, Des Moines, IA, 06/12/06); billed as champion in Chicago, IL as of 08/01/04 and most likely other territories.
Martin "Farmer" Burns
Omaha, NE, USA
Beell continues to claim the title but loses to Charlie Olson on 09/01/04 in Chicago, IL.
Defeats Beell and assumes "all the titles formerly held by Beell" (The Ogden Standard, Ogden, UT 14/06/23).
Americus (Gus Schoenlein)
Baltimore, MD, USA
American champion, defeats European champion Bob Monogoff to be recognized as world champion; still champion as of 11/04/22; may be vacant when Americus wins World Heavyweight Title on 14/03/13 in Kansas City, MO.
Billed as champion in Burlington, IA; also recognized in Reading, PA as of 22/02/22; Londos and Caddock wrestle to a draw on 22/07/04 in Moberly, MO; Caddock officially retires in 23; Londos is still recognized in Missouri as of 23/02/24.
Thye continues to claim the title in Ohio but loses to Eklund on 26/06/02 in Columbus, OH; Thye also continues to be recognized in Australia, loses to Sam Clapham sometime in 26, and regains on 27/08/20 in W. Melbourne, AUS.
Columbus, OH, USA
Eklund may continue to claim the title outside Ohio; vacant in Ohio sometime after 27/07/20 when Dern's weight exceeds the division limit.
Columbus, OH, USA
Defeats Clarence Eklund for the local recognition.
Also wins tournament on 28/11/20 in Melbourne, AUS to become the undisputed champion, defeating Ted Thye in the final and Ad
Santel in earlier round; declared vacant by the National Wrestling Association when Eklund declines invitation
to participate in tournament in 30; continue to claim the title in Montana but retires in 31 (or 32?).