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 Posted: Sun Oct 30th, 2011 12:29 pm
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=P4lGAAAAIBAJ&sjid=oPIMAAAAIBAJ&pg=1445,2046012&dq=wrestling+kevin-sullivan&hl=en

 

Not sure if you have this one Ron ... I didn't see it on your site.  Going forward, if I find any others I will bump this thread back up.

 

Thursday, March 20, 1986
Lewiston Memorial Armory- Lewiston, ME 

Kevin Sullivan & The Purple Haze (w/Fallen Angel) vs. Blackjack Mulligan & Jumpin' Joe
Savoldi
Ugandan Giant Kamala vs. Supertsar Billy Graham
Ron Slinker vs. Barry Windham
plus: Robbie Ellis, Cpl. Terry Daniels, Dusty Wolf, Phil Apollo

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 Posted: Mon Oct 31st, 2011 09:26 pm
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Sweet find.  No I did not have it.  Big thanks.  I owe you.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 26th, 2011 08:25 pm
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I'm currently on the July 30, 1964 issue of the Albuquerque Tribune, page D-2 (or pg 41 as indexed by Newspaperacrhive.com) and in the box ad, it lists a match not included in the article just above it that runs down the rest of the lineup.

Billy Graham vs. Riki Renaldo

The rest of the card is as follows:

Monday, August 3, 1964
Civic Auditorium- Albuquerque, NM

The Sheik vs. Seaman Art Thomas
Tokio Tom vs. Ricci Romero
Sweet Georgia Brown vs. Betty Spencer
Steve Stanlee vs. Louis Tillett



The spellings are atrocious, even when compared to the article.  Given the geography of the show and in spite of the timeline , I could almost imagine SBG being here.  Thought you might like to know about it. 



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There was a Billy Graham (usually Bill Graham) who wrestled in Arizona in the 60s and 70s. This is most likely him and not the Superstar.



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Some results I have:

Thursday, December 12, 1963 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Dale Lewis defeated Joe Gump (12:30)
2) Ken Lucas defeated Bill Graham (8:35)
3) North American Tag Team Champions Dory Funk & Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Sputnik Monroe & Harley Race in three falls
4) North American Heavyweight Champion The Sheik defeated Pat O’Connor via CO in three falls

Thursday, January 9, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Ken Lucas fought Bill Graham to a draw
2) Dale Lewis defeated The Great Dane (7:25)
3) Dory Funk, Jr. & Wahoo McDaniel & Ricky Romero defeated Nelson Royal & Rodney Shane & Sputnik Monroe in three falls
4) Dan Miller defeated Harley Race in two straight falls

Thursday, January 16, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Luis Martinez fought Pat Kelly to a draw
2) Bill Graham defeated Rudy Kay (7:40)
3) Dan Miller defeated Joe Gump (6:15)
4) Ricky Romero & Dale Lewis defeated Ken Lucas & The Great Dane (6:40)
5) Wahoo McDaniel & Sputnik Monroe fought Nelson Royal & Rodney Shane to a draw
6) Dory Funk defeated North American Heavyweight Champion The Sheik due to blood stoppage in the third fall (referee: Jack Cain)

Thursday, January 23, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Pat Kelly defeated Rudy Kay (9:40)
2) Bill Graham defeated Joe Gump (7:15)
3) Sputnik Monroe & Ken Lucas defeated Ricky Romero & Luis Martinez (11:00)
4) Dan Miller defeated Rodney Shane (19:30)
5) North American Heavyweight Champion The Sheik defeated Wahoo McDaniel due to blood stoppage in the thrid fall

Thursday, January 30, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bill Graham defeated Pat Kelly
2) Dan Miller & Dale Lewis defeated Nelson Royal & Rodney Shane
3) Ken Lucas defeated Ricky Romero in three falls
4) Killer Karl Kox defeated The Sheik via CO in three falls to win the Texas Brass Knuckles Trophy (referee: Fred White)

Thursday, February 6, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Sputnik Monroe & Joe Gump vs. Luis Martinez & Pat Kelly
2) Larry Hennig vs. Bill Graham
3) Wahoo McDaniel vs. Rodney Shane
4) Ken Lucas vs. Ricky Romero
5) Dan Miller vs. Killer Karl Kox
This card was cancelled due to a snow storm.

Thursday, February 13, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Pat Kelly defeated Rodney Shane (8:30)
2) Dale Lewis & Dan Miller & Sputnik Monroe defeated Nelson Royal & Ken Lucas & Killer Karl Kox (20:35)
3) Larry Hennig defeated Bill Graham (sub. Ricky Romero) in two straight falls
4) North American Heavyweight Champion The Sheik defeated Wahoo McDaniel in three falls

Thursday, February 27, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Larry Hennig & Ken Lucas defeated Wahoo McDaniel & Pat Kelly (12:45)
2) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Bill Graham (10:30)
3) Dan Miller defeated Nelson Royal (20:40)
4) Fence Match: North American Heavyweight Champion The Sheik defeated Sputnik Monroe in three falls
Sputnik Monroe had stated that he would leave Amarillo should he not win the title.

Thursday, March 12, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Ken Lucas fought Mr. Bones to a draw
2) The Viking defeated Bill Graham (10:30)
3) Dan Miller defeated Fritz Von Erich via DQ in three falls
4) North American Heavyweight Champion The Sheik defeated Larry Hennig via DQ in three falls (referee: Benny Trudell)
Mr. Bones was Johnny Kace.

Thursday, April 30, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Tokyo Tom defeated Luis Martinez (10:35)
2) Bill Graham & Kilelr Karl Kox defeated Chuck Karbo & Mr. Bones
3) Ricky Romero defeated Fank Marconi (9:45)
4) Texas Death Match: Wahoo McDaniel defeated The Viking
5) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Dan Miller in three falls
Mr. Bones was unmasked as Johnny Kace.

Thursday, May 7, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bill Graham defeated The Viking (5:50)
2) Ricky Romero defeated Johnny Kace
3) Gorgeous Gus the Bear (sub. Victor the Bear) defeated Nelson Royal & Wahoo McDaniel (referee: Jack Cain) (Killer Karl Kox refused to face the bear)
4) The Sheik defeated Tokyo Tom via DQ (5:15)
5) Bill Miller & Dan Miller beat Dory Funk & Dory Funk, Jr. in three falls

Thursday, May 14, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bill Graham defeated Chuck Karbo
2) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Killer Karl Kox via referee’s decision after a time limit draw (15:00)
3) Ricky Romero & Dan Miller defeated Tokyo Tom & Frank Marconi (16:30)
4) The Sheik defeated Nelson Royal in three falls
5) North American Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk defeated The Viking in three falls (referee: Jack Cain)

Thursday, May 28, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Dory Funk & Wahoo McDaniel fought The Viking & Nelson Royal to a draw
2) Tokyo Tom defeated Bill Graham (10:20)
3) Ricky Romero defeated Killer Karl Kox via DQ
4) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Bill Miller in three falls
5) Dory Funk won a 14-man and 1 bear Battle Royal by eliminating Gorgeous Gus the Bear

Thursday, June 4, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Nelson Royal & Joe Samson & The Viking defeated Bill Graham & Dan Miller & Ricky Romero (13:00)
2) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Chuck Karbo (8:00)
3) Tokyo Tom defeated Killer Karl Kox in three falls
4) The Sheik defeated North American Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk via DQ in three falls (referee: Jack Cain)

Thursday, October 8, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bill Graham defeated Tony Posa (8:05)
2) Rocky Montero defeated Jerry London (11:00)
3) Loser Leaves Town: Jack Cain defeated Bob Hamby
4) Dan Miller defeated Black Bart in two straight falls
5) The Red Raider defeated Killer Karl Kox in two straight falls

Thursday, October 15, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Killer Karl Kox & Art Nelson & Louie Tillet defeated Ricky Romero & Black Bart & Rocky Montero (15:45
2) Handicap Match: Don Curtis defeated Bill Graham & Tokyo Tom
i) Curtis defeated Graham (10:15)
ii) Curtis defeated Tom via DQ
3) Art Nelson fought Rocky Montero to a draw
4) The Red Raider defeated Dan Miller in two straight falls

Thursday, November 19, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bob Geigel & Dory Funk, Jr. defeated El Mongol & Tokyo Tom
2) Killer Karl Kox fought Dan Miller to a draw
3) Ricky Romero defeated Bill Graham
4) Don Curtis defeated Art Nelson via DQ
5) The Red Raider defeated Dory Funk

Thursday, December 3, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Don Curtis defeated Dan Miller
2) Princess Little Cloud defeated Betty Boucher (12:15)
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated Bill Graham (7:45)
4) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Tokyo Tom (8:10)
5) Ricky Romero defeated Art Nelson via DQ
6) The Red Raider defeated Dory Funk in three falls

Thursday, December 10, 1964 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) The Mongol defeated Alex Perez via DQ (5:00) (referee: Jack Cain)
2) Tokyo Tom defeated Bill Graham (10:30)
3) The Red Raider defeated Ricky Romero
4) Don Curtis & Dory Funk & Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Killer Karl Kox & Dan Miller & Art Nelson in five falls

Thursday, January 14, 1965 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Don Curtis & Jose Lothario & Bill Graham defeated Duke Hoffman & Ken Lucas & The Lawman (14:30)
2) The Red Raider defeated Wahoo McDaniel (10:15)
3) Arabian Death Match: The Sheik defeated Dory Funk, Jr.
4) Johnny Valentine defeated Dory Funk in three falls to win the North American Heavyweight Title

Thursday, February 11, 1965 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Duke Hoffman won a 9-man Battle Royal
2) Tetsuro Sato defeated Bill Graham
3) Duke Hoffman defeated The Lawman
4) Art Nelson defeated Nick Roberts
5) Dory Funk & Don Curtis defeated Sputnik Monroe & Ken Lucas

Thursday, February 18, 1965 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Betty Niccoli defeated Florence Gidget
2) Sputnik Monroe & Ken Lucas defeated Duke Hoffman & Bill Graham
3) Tetsuro Sato defeated Nick Roberts
4) Don Curtis defeated Art Nelson
5) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Johnny Valentine


Ron has this Arizona card on his site, but I don't think this is the Superstar:

Tuesday, February 8, 1972 – Community Center – Tucson, AZ
1) Jodie Arnold vs. John Kostas
2) Suni War Cloud & Eric Rommel vs. Apache Gringo & Bill Graham
3) Princess Tona Tomah vs. Marie Laverne
4) Ricky Romero vs. Pak Song
5) Lou Thesz vs. Moose Morowski
6) Terry Funk vs. Cyclone Negro



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However, some Arizona cards that DO feature SBG (clippings are on Newspaper Archive if you need them, Ron):

Friday, May 1, 1970 – Madison Square Garden – Phoenix, AZ
1) Eddie Lopez fought Spike Jones to a draw
2) Sweet Daddy Watts defeated Bobby Collins
3) Wayne Coleman defeated Kiko Torres
4) Arman Hussian & Ron Pritchard defeated El Diablo & Chuck Hondo
5) Tito Montez defeated Bearcat Wright

Friday, May 8, 1970 – Madison Square Garden – Phoenix, AZ
1) Sweet Daddy Siki & Spike Jones defeated Eddie Lopez & Arman Hussian
2) Patty Stevens defeated Marilyn Bender
3) Jody Arnold defeated Don Shark
4) Wayne Coleman fought Kiko Torres to a draw
5) El Diablo defeated Bobby Collins
6) Bearcat Wright defeated Tito Montez via DQ



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The Bill Graham in Amarillo during 1964 was Golden Boy Paul Christy.



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Thanks Kriss.  :P   I had just located the Wayne Coleman dates aproximately a week, or a week and a half ago.

As for the February 6, 1972 card from from Arizona.  I cant find anything to verify it was totally wayne Coleman or it wasn't.  I couldn't find anything with the other Bill Graham for 1972. 

At the time of these cards Billy Graham would have been able to be appear on this card.  I tried looking before these dates and after them, yet could not find another listing for Bill Graham, this was the only listing i could find for the time period I researched in 1972.  It is why I belived it to be Billy Graham.  Graham had wrestled in his hometown before as Wayne Coleman, then he changed his ring name after that to Billy Graham.  So Graham fits in here between the Shire Promotion and working in Hawaii for this date.  He also worked in Phoenix again in 1982 before returning to the WWF full time, while doing the TV tapings.

If I could find one other listing for Bill Graham in 1982 that was from any other month, i would eliminate that date from my record book.  But I cant locate one. 

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Could Dale Pierce know more about it? Not sure if he was living in Arizona back then



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WWWF @ Philadelphia, PA - Arena - April 25, 1978
Billy Graham, Luke Graham beat Ted Adams, Steve King
Billy Graham & Luke Graham beat Larry Zbyszko & SD Jones
WWWF @ Hamburg, PA - Fieldhouse - April 26, 1978
Billy Graham, Luke Graham beat Jose Estrada, Frank Rodriguez
Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci no contest Superstar Billy Graham & Luke Graham

And a non-SBG match
WWWF @ Hamburg, PA - Fieldhouse - June 7, 1978
All Star Wrestling taping:
Dark match after the taping: WWWF Tag Team Champions Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci vs. Superstar Billy Graham & Luke Graham (non-title match)
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Dino Bravo & Dominic DeNucci beat George Steele & Luke Graham (Steele subs Superstar Billy Graham)



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Thank you very much for those listings.

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One last new find for 2011... maybe your first for 2012 depending on the time zone:


ALL STAR WRESTLING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1973 At 8:00 P.M.
Knox County Fairgrounds - Grandstand - Knoxvill*, ill.
 MAIN EVENT
Superstar BILLY GRAHAM vs. BILLY ROBINSON
 MAIN EVENT
RED BASTIEN vi. IVAN KOLOFF
OPENING EVENT
GEOFF PORTZ vs. LARRY HEINIENI (Lars Anderson)
ADDED ATTRACTION
BOB BRUGGERS vt. VIC ROSITANNI

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would be the first for 2012.  I jsut updated my site and the above has been added.   many thanks. 

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(MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA)
ALL-STAR
WRESTLING
Mitchell Corn Palace - 8:00 p.m.  TUES., DEC. 11, 1973

MAIN EVENT Super Star Billy Graham vs. Reg Parks

Larry Heiniemi
and
Buddy Wolff
VS.
Ken Patera
and
Greg Gagne

Midget Tag Team Match
Frenchie LoMont
and
Billy the Kid
vs.
Little Louie
and
Cowboy Lang

Opening Bout: Ric Flair vs. Paul Perschmann

GET TICKETS EARLY AT
Happy Chef Restaurant, Mitchell
Kandall's Discount Foods, Mitchell
Vi's Food Cenler, Mitchell
Sunshine Market, Mitchell
Hennctt's Market, Mitchell
Scoreboard, Mitchell
filue Bell 1GA, Mitchell
Stork Bar, I'arkston
Dakota House Cafe, Salem & Plankinton
ADMISSION PRICES
Ringside $4-00 Reserved $3.00
General Admission
Adults $2.00; Children under 12, $1.00
Sponsored by the
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Ron-   On your 1985 SBG results you have a listing for Charleston on Thursday 3-7-85.   I have a clipping link below that promotes their usual Friday night show at County Hall, but it appears in the Thursday paper and references "Tommorow night".  

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=fgBgAAAAIBAJ&sjid=rQwNAAAAIBAJ&pg=2057,2311766&dq=ron+bass+wrestling&hl=en






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