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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 06:22 pm
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Andyo

 

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If I have this straight Romeo Cormier wrestled as Norton Jackson, Bobby Kay, Terry Martin and Terry Kay.

I've been working on results from April of 1970 and I have Terry Martin appearing regularly in the Central States region but I also have Terry Kay working the Mid-Atlantic region at the same time and on many of the same dates??

What am I missing? Is there yet another Terry Kay that I don't know about?
Thursday, April 2, 1970

Kansas City – Bob & Fred Sweetan W Bob Geigel & The Mongolian Stomper, Baron Von Raschke W Terry Martin, The Viking W Maseo Kimura, Gino Caruso D Roger Kirby.
Norfolk - Art Neilson & Kurt von Stroheim W John L. Sullivan & Johnny Weaver, The Infernos W Abe Jacobs & Terry Kay, Tom Bradley W-DQ Nikita Mulkovitch, Joe Furr W Billy Hines.

Saturday, April 4, 1970
Lexington - The Infernos W Abe Jacobs & Luther Lindsay, Bob Griffin & Terry Kay W Ron & Terry Garvin, Lee Henning W Tom Bradley, Pedro Godoy D Pepe Gomez.
Tama, IA – Tim Brooks, Danny Little Bear & Terry Martin W Roger Kirby & Bob & Fred Sweetan, Terry Martin D Bob Sweetan, Danny Little Bear W Fred Sweetan, Tim Brooks W Roger Kirby.

Thursday, April 16, 1970
Kansas City - Dory Funk Jr. D The Mongolian Stomper, Roger Kirby & Harley Race NC Danny Little Bear & Terry Martin, Baron von Raschke W Gino Caruso, Rufus R. Jones W Fred Sweetan, Bob Sweetan W Tor Kamata.
Winston-Salem – Johnny Heidman W Sonny Fargo, Randy Curtis W Billy Hines, Bob Ramstead W Joe Turner, Penny Banner W Fran Gravette, Luke Brown & Terry Kay W Ron & Terry Garvin, Gene & Ole Anderson W George & Sandy Scott.

Friday, April 24, 1970
Richmond – Luther Lindsay W Phil Robley, Randy Curtis W Billy Hines, Art Neilson & Kurt von Stroheim W Jesse James & Terry Kay, George Becker & Johnny Weaver W The Infernos.
St. Joseph – The Mongolian Stomper W Harley Race, Rufus R. Jones & Danny Little Bear W Bob & Fred Sweetan, Ron Etchison D Roger Kirby, Bob Geigel W Terry Martin, Tor Kamata W Gino Caruso. 


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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 07:35 pm
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AFAIK, the Terry Kay in the Mid-Atlantic area was a different guy.

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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 08:08 pm
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Not sure, but I believe Bobby Kay  also wrestled as Terry Martin while
his brother Leo Burke sometimes wrestled as Tommy Martin.
Bobby Kay also wrestled as Terry Kay

Last edited on Mon May 28th, 2012 08:13 pm by lobo316

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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 09:26 pm
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Andyo

 

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Clipcorner? Do you know the answer here?

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There are quite a few early 1973 Mid-Atlantic shows that have Terry Kay teaming with Bobby Kay or otherwise appearing on the same cards.

Examples:

January 2nd 1973, Raleigh, NC
Johnny Heidman beat Billy Hines
Charlie Fulton beat Johnny Ringo
Joe Furr beat Jim Grabmire
Klondike Bill and Big Boy Brown beat Mike York and Frank Monte via Disqualifikation
Bobby Kay and Terry Kay beat Fred Sweetan and Mike Dubois

January 16th 1973, Raleigh, NC
Les Thatcher beat Terry Sawyer
Jim Dillon beat Two Ton Harris
Klondike Bill and Big Boy Brown beat Frank Morrell and Dick Shannon
Lumberjack Match: Bobby Kay and Terry Kay beat Fred Sweetan and Mike Dubois

February 13th 1973, Raleigh, NC
Frank Monte beat Johnny Ringo
Mike York beat Pedro Columbo
Terry Kay beat Frank Morrell
Bobby Kay beat Two Ton Harris
Mike Dubois beat Ron Garvin
Thunderbolt Patterson beat Fred Sweetan

March 27th 1973, Raleigh, NC
Buck Robley beat Johnny Ringo
Art Nelson beat Chuck Richards
Ole Anderson and Gene Anderson beat Bobby Kay and Terry Kay
Killer Karl Kox, Rip Hawk and Swede Hanson beat Johnny Weaver, Jerry Brisco and Thunderbolt Patterson

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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 11:03 pm
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This should help clear up any questions you guys have about the Cormier clan:

http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/profiles/c/cormier-family.html



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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 11:08 pm
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Sorry. Doesn't help.

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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 11:24 pm
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Andyo wrote: Sorry. Doesn't help.


I was sure that site listed all the aliases they wrestled under.



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 Posted: Mon May 28th, 2012 11:48 pm
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Yes, it does but the question I presented is how are two of the aliases being used at the same time; one (Terry Martin) in the Central States and the other (Terry Kay) in the Mid-Atlantic.

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 Posted: Tue May 29th, 2012 04:54 pm
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I think Leo Burke also wrestled as Bobby Kay.

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 Posted: Wed May 30th, 2012 04:18 am
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Yeah, but he was doing his Tommy Martin gig in the Central States at this time. The mystery continues!

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 Posted: Wed May 30th, 2012 11:52 am
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if you haven't already check the KM Maritimes forum, fan70's who posts there is an expert on the Kay/Cormier family tree and listed a chronological type listing a while back , the other brother , The Beast is just as confusing to try to figure out as many areas had a 'Beast' at some time



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Sorry, but I can't help you out on this one, Andyo. Maybe you could get CW Hall to weigh in.

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I don't think that I can be much help either clipcorner.I can only say for sure that when you see Terry Kay listed in Crockett results,it is the guy on the left in the photo below.The fellow on the right was Bobby Kay in the Charlotte territory.

 

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Here is fan70s excellent breakdown of the names the Cormier brothers used in different territories:


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