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 Posted: Wed Jan 20th, 2016 04:15 pm
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A new one courtesy of Shane Heimberger on Facebook.

May 1, 1988
Berkeley Springs, WV


Curt Hennig beat Wahoo McDaniel in 10:16 by pin
Greg Gagne pinned Teijho Khan in 15:26
The Rock & Roll Express beat Badd Company in 17:40
Baron Von Raschke pinned Soldat Ustinov in 12:45
Madusa Miceli pinned Heidi Lee Morgan in 6:50

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Just posted on The Ray Stevens Page on FB.

Springfield, IL
June 21, 1974
Springfield Speedway

Billy Robinson vs Nick Bockwinkel
Ray Stevens vs Moose Cholak
Geoff Portz vs Tosh Togo (Odd Job)
Jim Dillinger vs John Paul

One of the posters there is pretty sure that John Paul listed here is Paul Perschman aka Playboy Buddy Rose.

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Gil Wilcox posted some Showboat 1986 ads.

07/05/86
Showboat Sports Pavillion, Las Vegas, NV

Greg Gagne, Curt Hennig & Scott Hall vs. Doug Somers, Buddy Rose & Colonel DeBeers
Nick Bockwinkel vs. (Nord) The Barbarian
Boris Zhukov vs. Steve Olsonoski
The Midnight Rockers vs. Larry Zbyszko & Mr. Go (presumably Steve O in double duty)


08/30/86
Showboat Sports Pavilion, Las Vegas, NV

Bouts with complete results already listed were advertised as part of 12 big matches. No mention of Baba and Wajima in the ad.

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 Posted: Wed Feb 17th, 2016 03:44 am
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02/22/74 Decatur, IL - MacArthur High School Att: 2,000
Rene Goulet pinned John Paul ((sub for Paul Perschman)
Chris Taylor beat Ric Flair
The Crusher & Red Bastien won by DQ over AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens

03/15/74 Amboy, IL - Amboy High School
Geoff Portz vs Rene Goulet
Horst Hoffman vs Tony Rocco
Chris Taylor vs Buddy Wolff
Superstar Billy Graham vs Red Bastien

04/18/74 Dixon, IL - Polo High School
Rene Goulet vs Paul Perschman
Ivan Putski vs Moose Moroeski
Billy Robinson & Geoff Portz vs Baron Von Raschke & Horst Hoffman

05/03/74 Ames, IA - Hilton Coliseum
Greg Gagne vs Ric Flair
Billy Robinson vs Black Angus
Chris Taylor vs Roger Kirby
Verne Gagne & Bob Geigle vs Baron Von Raschke & Tokyo Joe

05/04/74 Decatur, IL - MacArthur High School Att: 500
Paul Perschman drew Cesar Pabon
Larry Heiniemi beat Moose Morowski
Chris Taylor beat Rene Goulet
Wahoo McDaniel won by DQ over Buddy Wolff when Larry Heiniemi interfered.
Ric Flaiir vs Bull Bullinski was advertised, but didnt happen.

06/23/74 Mattoon, IL - Mattoon High School
Prince Pullin vs Ken Dillinger
Princess Jasmine vs Tina West
Baron Von Raschke & Mitsu Arkawa vs Dick the Briser & Pepper Gomez

06/28/74 Decatur, IL - Fans Field Att: 1,000
Tom DeMarco beat George Gadaski
Ivan Putski beat Odd Job
AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Billy Robinson & Geoff Portz
Chris Taylor won by DQ over Baron Von Raschke

07/19/74 Decatur, IL - Fans Field Att: 1000
Johnnie Kase (sub for Tom DeMarco) drew John Paul
Chris Taylor beat Larry Heiniemi
Greg Gagne beat Mitsu Arakawa
Wahoo McDaniel beat Buddy Wolfe - Strap Match

11/28/74 Dixon, IL - Polo High School
Geoff Portz vs Bull Bullinski
Greg Gagne vs Yugo Bobisch
Larry Hennig vs Boris Breznickoff
Jim Brunzell vs Bobby Heenan

3/21/75 Amboy, IL - Amboy High School
Greg Gagne vs Bobby Heenan
Jim Brunzell vs Buddy Wolff
Larry Hennig vs Boris Breznikoff
Chris Taylor vs Paul Perschman & Rock Riddle - Handicap Match

4/9/75 Lincoln, IL - Lincoln Community High School
Pepper Gomez vs Buddy Wolff
Geoff Portz vs Rene Goulet
Billy Robinson & Greg Gagne beat Nick Bockwinkel & Bobby Heenan

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One Fan Gang wrote: Gil Wilcox posted some Showboat 1986 ads.

07/05/86
Showboat Sports Pavillion, Las Vegas, NV

Greg Gagne, Curt Hennig & Scott Hall vs. Doug Somers, Buddy Rose & Colonel DeBeers
Nick Bockwinkel vs. (Nord) The Barbarian
Boris Zhukov vs. Steve Olsonoski
The Midnight Rockers vs. Larry Zbyszko & Mr. Go (presumably Steve O in double duty)


08/30/86
Showboat Sports Pavilion, Las Vegas, NV

Bouts with complete results already listed were advertised as part of 12 big matches. No mention of Baba and Wajima in the ad.

In July of 1986 it should still have been Ryuma Go, I think.

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I saw the Appleton card on 7/18/86 and it was Steve O by that point. Ryuma Go might have been Mister Zin in World Class or The Super Ninja in Watts UWF by then, if you want to look to verify.

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Ryuma Go worked as Super Ninja in the UWF from mid to late April of 1987. I'm having a harder time pinning down when he worked the Mr. Zin gimmick in World Class. It feels like a late summer/early fall of 1986 timeframe that lasted weeks rather than months. My results don't list him at all and the World Class Memories site is history. Does anyone know of any comprehensive databases of World Class results? I haven't found one here yet, but think one may be in the archives.

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Have you used this site?

http://wrestlingdata.com/index.php?befehl=news&do=cookie

Lot's of profiles and head to head matchups.

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World Class Memories has a new address, Max. http://wccwmemories.blogspot.com/

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Thanks for the new address. I'm glad that site is still going. There were no results there or at wrestlingdata with Mr. Zin. He was there and I remember him, but it looks like it increasingly looks like it might have been a one taping and out situation. World Class had a lot of those around August of 1986.

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BrettEW wrote: 1/27/89 - Civic Arena - Pittsburgh, PA

1/28/89 - Sparta, TN

2/2 - 2/5/89 - Winnipeg circuit

2/12/89 - Baltimore, MD

2/17/89 - Las Vegas, NV

2/24/89 - Milwaukee, WI

Found these dates in the 01-12-89 PWT newsletter

Was the 1/27/89 card at Pittsburgh Civic Arena or perhaps at another smaller venue? The AWA made an attempt in late 1988 and early 1989 to run big buildings again, but this is a market where they had no history and at the time not even Larry Zbyszko for whatever he'd have been worth in the market.

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"Winnipeg Circuit" is interesting. Winnipeg and Brandon are the two larger towns. Aside from that, I suppose they could have hit a super-small town for a spot show in the region, like Kenora, Ontario, or maybe a suburb of Winnipeg itself although that seems like a stretch.
There was the possibility for four shows (Feb 2, 3, 4, 5) but Winnipeg and Brandon would have been the main towns.



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Can someone explain to me the strange lineage of the AWA Light Heavyweight belt? After Zumhofe was stripped of the title in '86, the records show Mike Graham winning the title in a match that's never been documented. Jimmy Backlund then was recognized as champion, had the physical belt and defended it in FMW but was not recognized but the AWA. I don't recall Graham's 2nd reign as champion ever being mentioned on TV and the belt's Wiki page is incorrect stating he won the title on 12/13/88 (aka SuperClash III). Was Mike ever recognized as champion when he was in Florida for the PWF/FCW? Also by the start of '86 on AWA TV, Zumhofe was being recognized as "former" champion yet histories show he was stripped of the title in June of that year. He wasn't recognized as champion either at WrestleRock in April.

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Considering that Graham was awarded the title the first time as a vehicle to have Mike work on AWA cards, having a lineage vaporize and renew itself as the brass saw fit is not surprising. Buck got to extend his championship reign after the AWA folded... Nu-Age Wrestling awarded Zumhofe with light heavy title status in 1991 and announced it was due to his standing as the last champ for the AWA. He promptly dropped it in his first title defense, though.

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Did Mike Graham ever claim the AWA Light Heavyweight Title on his Florida promotion's show circa 1988-89? I have no recollection of this at all and news from Florida was sketchy at best. I wouldn't count anything Mike or followers like Jim Backlund did with the title as official, at least within AWA history.

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