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Count Grog
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I pulled this from KM  credit Eric Loy

 

Apr. 25, 1982
LEXINGTON  
Brass Knuckles Championship:
Rick Link © vs Brute Bernard
Spoiler vs Ricky Benfield
Jim Gallagher vs The Outlaw
Chief Jay Eagle vs Johnny Savage
12-man battle  royal
+ one more match

Aug. 26, 1983
LEXINGTON- Holt-Moffitt Field
Listed to be appearing: Rick Link, Superstar, Super Destroyer, Chief Jay Eagle and George Becker Jr.

May 12, 1984
NORTH WILKESBORO - National Guard Armory
World Brass Knucks title:
Rick Link © vs Assassin #1
Eastern title:
Johnny Hunter © vs Assassin #2
Link, Hunter and Mr. Wrestling vs. Masked Superstar and Assassins
+ two other bouts

Sept. 15, 1984
LEXINGTON - Churchland School Gym
Johnny Hunter and Rick Link vs Masked Superstar and Buddy Shane
Lisa Darnell vs Jackie Braddy
Also appearing: Assassins I and II, Mr. Wrestling, Super Destroyers I and II, Sweet Ebony Diamond, Scufflin’ Hilbillie, Jim Gallagher, El Lobo, Iron Man Thunder and Chief Jay Eagle.

Apr. 13, 1985
LEXINGTON - North Davidson Senior High School
Southern Tag Team Title:
Johnny Hunter and Ti the Giant Islander defeat Masked Infernos to win title
Vacant World Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link defeats George South to win title
Fabulous Blondes beat Johnny Savage and Joe Blevins
Jim Tucker and Golden Terror beat Jim Gallager and Bob Stabler
Donna Christanello and Peggy Patterson drew
Ebony Diamond won a 14-man battle royale

June 1, 1985
LEXINGTON - Cow Palace
World Brass Knuckles Title - Texas Bullrope Match:
Rick Link © vs Masked Inferno I
Eastern US Heavyweight Title:
Johnny Hunter © vs Masked Inferno II
Southern Heavyweight Title:
Chief Jay Eagle © vs Super Destroyer
The Islander vs The Fabulous Blonde
“Dog Food” Match:
Bob Brandon vs Joe Blevins
The Infernos vs Danny Doyle and Joe Blevins

June 22, 1985
LEXINGTON- Cow Palace
Johnny Hunter, Max Blevins and Rick Link vs Masked Infernos and Fabulous Blonde
Texas Death Match:
Billy Harper vs Jim Gallagher

August 31, 1985
Eastern Wrestling Association
LEXINGTON - Cow Palace
World’s Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link © vs Jim Gallagher
Eastern US Title:
Johnny Hunter © vs Jim Holcomb  
North American Heavyweight Title:
Buddy Shane © vs Mitch Stallion
Johnny Savage vs Joe DeCarlo
+ six-man tag

Sept. 15, 1985
THOMASVILLE - National Guard Armory
World Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link vs “The Animal”
+ other bouts

Sept. 28, 1985
LEXINGTON -Cow Palace
World Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link © vs Buddy Shane
Eastern Title:
Johnny Hunter © vs Jim Gallagher
Super Gladiator vs Gary Austin
Billy Harper vs George Darby
+ a tag team match

Oct. 6, 1985
LEXINGTON - Cow Palace
Listed as appearing: Rick Link, Bobby Rose, George Darby, Super Gladiator, Billy Harper , Johnny Hunter and Brian Roberson.

Nov, 9, 1985
GREENSBORO - Plato’s Crash Landing
Mighty Igor vs Rick Link

Nov. 10, 1985
LEXINGTON - Cow Palace
First Blood Match:
Rick Link vs Pretty Boy Rose
Bad Mama vs Lisa Darnell
Eastern US Heavyweight title:
Johnny Hunter © vs Super Destroyer
Southern Heavyweight Title:
Chief Jay Eagle © vs Maniac
Billy Harper vs Joe DeCarlo

April 5, 1986  
SALISBURY - Rowan County Fairgrounds Sports Arena
Texas Bull-Rope Match:
Rick Link vs The Wild Samoan
Johnny Hunter and Candace Pardue vs Bulldog Bob Brandon and Judy Martin
Steve Johnson vs Zambuie Express No. 1
Ken Johnson vs the Night Ranger
+ other matches

May 10, 1986
MOCKSVILLE - Brock Gym
Steel Cage Match:
Rick Link vs Rebel Lee Ramsey
Crazy Luke Graham and Tommy Graham vs Mr. Wrestling No. 2 and Buddy Shane
Wild Samoan vs Johnny Savage
Man vs Woman:
Playboy Heart vs Donna Christantello
also appearing: Corporal Khadafy, Bogani the Witch Doctor and Rip Tyler.

June 28, 1986
GREENSBORO - Plato’s Crash Landing
Rick Link vs Diamond Dan Grondy
Johnny Hunter vs Great Bolo
Barry Collie vs Pretty Boy Mike Kydd
+ three more matches


Oct. 4, 1986 (1:15pm)
GREENSBORO - Plato’s Crash Landing
Eastern US Heavyweight title:
Johnny Hunter © vs “Badboy” Kydd
Rick Link vs Masked Assassin I
Handicap Match:
Uncle Elmer vs three opponents
18-person mixed battle royal
Mixed tag match

Oct. 4, 1986 (8:30pm)
MOCKSVILLE - Brock Street Gym
Listed as appearing: Rick Link, Johnny Hunter, Uncle Elmer and “several other wrestlers”

Nov. 8, 1986
MOCKSVILLE - Brock Street Gym
Rick Link and Johnny Hunter vs. The Masked Infernos I and II
Stan Hansen vs Austin Idol
Velvet McIntyre vs Tracie Richards
Susan Starr and Johnny Savage vs Candace Pardue and Masked Assassin I
Ron and Tim Bingman vs Blue Demons
Bob Smith and Chris Rinehart vs Marty Lewis and Randy Taylor
Frankie Kegley vs Pedro Cortez
and a 15 man/woman battle royal  

Jan. 2, 1987
GREENSBORO - Plato’s Crash Landing
IWA Championship Wrestling
World Brass Knuckles Title:
Rick Link © vs Assassin #1
Southern Tag Title:
Bruise Brothers vs American Express
The Grapplers vs Diamond Dan and The Patriot
Man vs Woman:
Playboy Heart vs Angie Manelli

Feb. 4, 1987
DENTON -  
Johnny Hunter and Rick Link vs Terminator and Cruel Connection
Nikita Koloff vs Thunderfoot I
Jimmy Valiant vs Russian Assassin
Ladies World Championship:
Fabulous Moolah © vs Donna Christanello
Sue Green vs Lisa Darnell

Mar. 28, 1987
LEXINGTON - Civic Center
Brent Allen vs Masked Assassin
Dirty Rhodes vs Big Al Navarro
Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link © vs Dirty White Boy
First Blood Match:
Italian Stallion vs Pretty Boy Bobby Rose

Oct. 3, 1987
SALISBURY - Rowan County Fairgrounds
Johnny Hunter and Rick Link vs Mr. Wrestling and Golden Gladiator
International US World Championship:
Avalanche Buzz Tyler © vs Mike “Bad Boy” Kydd
Judy Martin vs Velvet McIntyre
Brent Allen and Teresa Dubose vs Judy Martin and Diamond Dan
+ three more matches.

Dec. 20, 1987
MOCKSVILLE- Brock Street Gym
World Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link © vs South African Mercenary
Brett Allen (“little brother” of Magnum T.A.) Vs Prettyboy Bobby Rose

Aug. 20, 1988
NORTH WILKESBORO - National Guard Armory
IWA Summer Sizzler
Rick Link vs Greg Valentine
$1,000 prize battle royale between the Wild Samoans and the Puerto Rican Ringlords
also appearing: Young Stallion and Russian Assassin.

June 10, 1989
LEXINGTON - North Davidson Senior High School Gym
World Brass Knucks Title:
Rick Link © vs The Butcher
Nikita Koloff vs Russian Assassin
Thunderfoot vs Young Stallion
George South vs Super Rocker
Mr. Wrestling No. 2 vs Gene Ligon
Cruel Connection vs Brent Allen

Sept. 2, 1989
MOCKSVILLE -Brock Street Gym
Rick Link and Brent Allen vs the Tokyo Bullets
Midnight Rider vs Batman
Young Stallion vs Don Valentine
Super Rocker vs Mr. Wrestling No. 2

Last edited on Fri Jan 8th, 2010 05:17 pm by Count Grog



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Probably should invite Eric here. I don't know him but it seems like he's now a match results geek.



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Did any of the guys on the indy shows go on to bigger things later under a different name?

Was the Zambuie Express #1 from the April 5, 1986 card Kareem Muhammad or Elijah Akeem or was it someone else using the name?

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tamalie wrote: Did any of the guys on the indy shows go on to bigger things later under a different name?

Was the Zambuie Express #1 from the April 5, 1986 card Kareem Muhammad or Elijah Akeem or was it someone else using the name?


not sure if it was orginal Zmbuie Express or not but my gut feeling is no or they would have listed the name and not Zambuie Expresss # 1.

 

Only Rick Link did anything of note having wrestling in Memphis, Central States and New Zealand.  Ed Jones did several of the masked gimmicks and has claims of jobbing in the various big three areas again under masked gimmicks.

 

Johnny was know for bringing in names on occassion but really built his following using his on local talent.  He trained both Link and George South.



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No mention of Mar Kash, huh?



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The Ultimate Sin wrote: No mention of Mar Kash, huh?
alot of pre Mar- Cash era here.  Doubt Hunter would have used him.



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Count Grog wrote: The Ultimate Sin wrote: No mention of Mar Kash, huh?
alot of pre Mar- Cash era here.  Doubt Hunter would have used him.

You both should be ashamed of yourselves, talking about Mar Cash that way. He was "thee wrestler" of any decade.:D



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stingmark wrote: Count Grog wrote: The Ultimate Sin wrote: No mention of Mar Kash, huh?
alot of pre Mar- Cash era here.  Doubt Hunter would have used him.

You both should be ashamed of yourselves, talking about Mar Cash that way. He was "thee wrestler" of any decade.:D

I think he was trained by Nelson Royal so I think they kind of ran shows in conflict with each other?  I am pretty sure Ash didn't start working until very late 1980's or earlly 1990's. 

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Count Grog wrote: stingmark wrote: Count Grog wrote: The Ultimate Sin wrote: No mention of Mar Kash, huh?
alot of pre Mar- Cash era here.  Doubt Hunter would have used him.

You both should be ashamed of yourselves, talking about Mar Cash that way. He was "thee wrestler" of any decade.:D

I think he was trained by Nelson Royal so I think they kind of ran shows in conflict with each other?  I am pretty sure Ash didn't start working until very late 1980's or earlly 1990's. 

I know...I have to give you some shit for mentioning  The Mar Cash.



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stingmark wrote: Count Grog wrote: stingmark wrote: Count Grog wrote: The Ultimate Sin wrote: No mention of Mar Kash, huh?
alot of pre Mar- Cash era here.  Doubt Hunter would have used him.

You both should be ashamed of yourselves, talking about Mar Cash that way. He was "thee wrestler" of any decade.:D

I think he was trained by Nelson Royal so I think they kind of ran shows in conflict with each other?  I am pretty sure Ash didn't start working until very late 1980's or earlly 1990's. 

I know...I have to give you some shit for mentioning  The Mar Cash.

Sin started it as usual



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Count Grog wrote:
stingmark wrote: Count Grog wrote: stingmark wrote: Count Grog wrote: The Ultimate Sin wrote: No mention of Mar Kash, huh?
alot of pre Mar- Cash era here.  Doubt Hunter would have used him.

You both should be ashamed of yourselves, talking about Mar Cash that way. He was "thee wrestler" of any decade.:D

I think he was trained by Nelson Royal so I think they kind of ran shows in conflict with each other?  I am pretty sure Ash didn't start working until very late 1980's or earlly 1990's. 

I know...I have to give you some shit for mentioning  The Mar Cash.

Sin started it as usual


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