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Eventually I hope to record every wrestling card held in San Antonio, at least until the early 80s when the newspaper coverage stopped. I'm starting here with 1930. These early years with 3 cards per week take ages for some reason. A lot longer than three years of one show per week. When I get to 1940, I'll update a lot faster, since I've done the bulk of the work after then. Pre-1930 cards will appear at the end.



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Promoter: Ralph Hammonds (Fort Sam Houston)

Friday, January 3, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Tiny Gordon beat Gus Leahman via dq
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Count Zarynoff
i. Stevens > Zarnoff
ii. Stevens > Zarnoff
3. Abe Coleman beat Oreste Vadalfi (referee: Wayne “Big” Munn)
i. Coleman > Vadalfi (31:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Coleman (10:00)
iii. Coleman > Vadalfi

Promoter: Pat O’Kelly (Turner Hall)

Wednesday, January 8, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Turner Hall (<50)
1. Melvin Tampke drew Walter Klaerner (10:00)
2. Peter Aberg beat Charlie Hansen
i. Aberg > Hanson (17:00)
ii. Aberg > Hanson (2:00)
NOTE: Newspaper reports stated that Peter Aberg, billed as the German middleweight champion, was Charlie Miller. A third advertised match did not take place, and the small attendance did not cover the building rent.

Friday, January 10, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Scotty Dawkins drew Jack Christie (15:00)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Tiger Mills (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Mills > Fox (26:00)
ii. Fox > Mills (13:00)
iii. Fox > Mills (10:00)
3. Abe Coleman beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens
i. The time limit expired (15:00)
ii. The time limit expired (15:00)
iii. Coleman > Stevens (6:00)
iv. Stevens could not return
NOTE: Dallas promoter Bert Willoughby was introduced to the crowd.

Friday, January 17, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
NOTE: Rescheduled to Monday, January 18 due to bad weather. The rescheduled card was then cancelled.

Friday, January 24, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Abe Coleman beat Jack Ryan (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Erich Hackelberg (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Fox > Hackelberg
ii. Hackelberg was unable to return
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Gus Leahman (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Leahman
ii. Leahman > Vadalfi
iii. Leahman was disqualified

Friday, January 31, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Scotty Dawkins beat Johnny Cuccia (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Abe Coleman beat Gus Leahman
i. Leahman > Coleman
ii. Coleman > Leahman
iii. Coleman > Leahman
3. Al Karasick beat Jack Ryan (referee: Wayne “Big” Munn)
i. Karasick > Ryan
ii. Karasick > Ryan

Friday, February 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Scotty Dawkins beat Jack Ryan (14:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Al Karasick beat Tiny Gordon
i. Karasick > Gordon (15:00)
ii. Karasick > Gordon (13:00)
3. Abe Coleman beat Oreste Vadalfi (referee: Wayne “Big” Munn)
i. Coleman > Vadalfi (20:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Coleman (7:00)
iii. Coleman > Vadalfi (6:00)

Friday, February 14, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. George Poulos beat Scotty Dawkins (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Tiger Mills
i. Stevens > Mills
ii. Stevens > Mills
3. Al Karasick beat Abe Coleman (referee: Wayne “Big” Munn)
i. Karasick > Coleman (28:00)
ii. Coleman > Karasick (8:00)
iii. Karasick > Coleman (14:00)

Friday, February 21, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Alva Boggs beat Walter Klaerner (12:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Lou Bartell beat Tiny Gordon (11:30)
3. George Poulos beat Scotty Dawkins
i. Poulos > Dawkins (18:00)
ii. Poulos > Dawkins (8:00)
4. Al Karasick beat Oreste Vadalfi (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Kaeasick (43:00)
ii. Karasick > Vadalfi (8:30)
iii. Vadalfi was unable to return

Friday, February 28, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Scotty Dawkins beat Johnny Sampson (13:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Eddie Wirth beat George Poulos (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Poulos > Wirth (26:00)
ii. Wirth > Poulos (10:00)
iii. Poulos was unable to return
3. Al Karasick beat Abe Coleman (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Karasick > Coleman (30:00)
ii. Coleman > Karasick (7:30)
iii. Karasick > Coleman (8:00)

Friday, March 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. John Ellis beat Scotty Dawkins via co (14:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Bobby Myers beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens
i. Myers > Stevens (9:00)
ii. Stevens > Myers (6:00)
iii. Myers > Stevens (3:00)
3. George Poulos beat Eddie Wirth (referee: Roy McLean)
i. Wirth > Poulos (28:00)
ii. Poulos > Wirth (10:00)
iii. Poulos > Wirth (7:00)
NOTE: Stricter wrestling rules were enforced at the behest of the military base hosts, starting with this card.

Friday, March 14, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Jack Christie drew John Ellis (30:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. John Kilonis beat Eddie Wirth (referee: Roy McLean)
i. Wirth > Kilonis (16:00)
ii. Kilonis > Wirth (9:00)
iii. Kilonis > Wirth (5:00)
3. Bobby Myers beat George Poulos (referee: Roy McLean)
i. Poulos > Myers (17:00)
ii. Myers > Poulos (14:00)
iii. Poulos was disqualified (3:00)
NOTE: The main event ended when the military police evicted Poulos for breaking the new rules.

Promoters: R. R. Wilks, S. J. Henton and Jack Fisher (Beethoven Hall)

Wednesday, March 19, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Walter Klaerner beat Pat Reagan (16:00)
2. Waino Ketonen beat Young McArthur (4:00)
3. Ladjimi Aguilar beat Roy Reynolds (22:00)
4. Stanley Rogers beat Jack Mitchell (referee: Arthur Saxon)
i. Mitchell > Rogers (22:00)
ii. Rogers > Mitchell (12:00)
iii. Rogers > Mitchell (7:00)

Friday, March 21, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Joe Stetson drew Joe Parelli (30:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat Walter Logan
i. Vadalfi > Logan (10:00)
ii. Logan was disqualified
3. John Kilonis beat Bobby Myers (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Kilonis > Myers (14:00)
ii. Myers > Kilonis
iii. Myers was disqualified (21:00)
NOTE: The final two matches were ended by military police, with promoter Ralph Hammonds declaring he would move his wrestling cards to the Exposition grounds. Wayne “Big” Munn was reported to take over wrestling promotion at Fort Sam Houston, although Hammonds continued as promoter. Most likely this was all ballyhoo to add interest for a second weekly wrestling card in San Antonio.

Wednesday, March 26, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (<150)
1. Joe Vann beat Jim Osborne (13:00)
2. Waino Ketonen beat Benny Mathis (sub. Rob Roy)
i. Kaitonen > Matthews
ii. Kaitonen > Matthews 3. Stanley Rogers beat Dobie Osborn
i. Rogers > Osborn
ii. Rogers > Osborn
4. Ladjimi Aguilar beat Kid Lutz (referee: Jack Mitchell)
i. Aguilar > Lutz
ii. Aguilar > Lutz

Friday, March 28, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Bobby Brown (16:30)
2. Bobby Myers beat George Poulos
i. Poulos > Myers (18:00)
ii. Myers > Poulos
iii. Poulos was unable to return
3. John Kilonis beat Oreste Vadalfi (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Vadalfi > Kilonis (25:00)
ii. Vadalfi was disqualified
NOTE: It was not unusual during this time for a disqualification to rule a wrestler as having lost the match, rather than just a single fall.

Wednesday, April 2, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Mitchell beat Tommy Moss
2. Joe Parelli beat Pat Reagan
3. Waino Ketonen beat Young Headrick
i. Ketonen > Headrick
ii. Ketonen > Headrick
4. Ladjimi Aguilar beat Eddie Bruce
i. Aguilar > Bruce
ii. Aguilar > Bruce

Wednesday, April 2, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium (200)
1. Jack Voight beat Alva Boggs
i. Voight > Boggs
ii. Boggs > Voight
iii. Voight > Boggs
2. Jack Christie beat Bobby Brown
i. Brown > Christie
ii. Christie > Brown
iii. Christie > Brown (utc)
NOTE: Due to the small crowd, Ralph Hammonds ceased promoting cards at Fort Sam Houston.

Friday, April 4, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Gus Leahman beat Joe Stetson (13:00)
2. Bobby Myers beat Arthur Saxon
i. Myers > Saxon
ii. Myers > Saxon
3. John Kilonis beat Abe Coleman
i. Kilonis > Coleman (12:00)
ii. Coleman > Kilonis
iii. Kilonis > Coleman (11:30)

Wednesday, April 9, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Charles Aberg beat Pat Reagan
i. Aberg > Reagan (15:00)
ii. Aberg > Reagan
2. Joe Parelli beat Jimmy Elliott (sub. Jack Hayes)
i. Parelli > Elliott (5:00)
ii. Parelli > Elliott (5:00)
3. Bull Montana beat Ladjimi Aguilar (referee: Jack Mitchell)
i. Aguilar > Montana
ii. Montana > Aguilar (17:00)
iii. Montana > Aguilar (9:00)

Friday, April 11, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Leslie Wolfe beat Scotty Dawkins (9:00)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Pat O’Malley
i. O’Malley > Stevens (19:00)
ii. Stevens > O’Malley (6:00)
iii. O’Malley was unable to return
3. Bobby Myers beat John Kilonis (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Kilonis > Myers (19:00)
ii. Myers > Kilonis (4:00)
iii. Myers > Kilonis (13:00)

Wednesday, April 16, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (cancelled due to bad weather)
NOTE: The Wilks-Henton-Fisher group moved to Garrett Field after this card.

Friday, April 18, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Jack Christie beat Red Lindsay via dq
2. George Poulos beat Leslie Wolfe
i. Wolfe > Poulos
ii. Poulos > Wolfe
iii. Wolfe was unable to return
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Bobby Myers (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Myers > Nichols (16:00)
ii. Nichols > Myers (15:00)
iii. Nichols > Myers (10:00)

Wednesday, April 23, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (outdoor)
1. Benny Bolt beat Pat Reagan
2. Joe Stetson beat Leo Chase
i. Chase > Stetson
ii. Stetson > Chase
iii. Stetson > Chase
3. Bucko Braski beat Jack Hendrix
i. Hendrix > Braski
ii. Braski > Hendrix
iii. Braski > Hendrix
NOTE: Bucko Braski was Sailor Jack Woods.

Friday, April 25, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Leslie Wolfe beat Jack Matlock
2. Bobby Myers beat Pat O’Malley
i. O’Malley > Myers (21:00)
ii. Myers > O’Malley (2:30)
iii. Myers > O’Malley (5:00)
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Poulos (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Nichols > Poulos (9:00)
ii. Poulos > Nichols (3:00)
iii. Nichols > Poulos (8:00)

Wednesday, April 30, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Jack Fisher (sub. Jackie Fields) beat Benny Bolt
2. Jack Hendrix beat Joe Stetson
i. Stetson > Hendrix (15:00)
ii. Hendrix > Stetson (9:00)
iii. Hendrix > Stetson (4:00)
3. Adam Krieger beat Bucko Braski (referee: Benny Bolt)
i. Krieger > Braski (29:00)
ii. Braski > Krieger (6:00)
iii. Braski was disqualified

Friday, May 2, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Silent Rattan drew Red Lindsay (15:00)
2. Abe Morris beat Erich Hackelberg (12:30)
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Freddie Meyer (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Meyer > Vadalfi
ii. Meyer was disqualified
4. Al Karasick beat Bobby Myers (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Karasick > Myers (41:00)
ii. Myers was unable to continue

Monday, May 5, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Jack Fisher beat Kid Lewis (19:00)
2. Benny Bolt beat Pat Reagan
i. Bolt > Reagan (14:00)
ii. Regan > Bolt (7:00)
iii. Bolt > Reagan (7:00)
3. Adam Krieger beat Stanley Rogers (referee: Joe Stetson)
i. Krieger > Rogers (24:00)
ii. Rogers > Krieger (9:00)
iii. Rogers was counted out (7:00)

Friday, May 9, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Alva Boggs (11:00) (referee: Bob Greenwade)
2. Gus Leahman beat Oreste Vadalfi (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Leahman> Vadalfi
ii. Vadalfi > Leahman
iii. Vadalfi was counted out
3. Freddie Meyer beat Al Karasick
i. Meyer > Karasick (10:00)
ii. Karasick> Meyer (7:00)
iii. Meyer > Karasick (5:00)

Monday, May 12, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (350)
1. Melvin Tampke beat Herman Klaer (7:00)
2. Pat Reagan beat Eddie Lewis
i. Lewis> Reagan (8:00)
ii. Lewis > Reagan (8:00)
iii. Lewis > Reagan (13:00)
3. Adam Krieger beat Cyclone Robinson (referee: Benny Bolt)
i. Robinson > Krieger (12:00)
ii. Krieger > Robinson (7:00)
iii. Krieger > Robinson (3:00)

Friday, May 16, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Masked Marvel beat Clarence Luttrall (12:00)
2. Billy Edwards beat Freddie Meyer
i. Meyer > Edwards (12:30)
ii. Edwards > Meyer
iii. Edwards > Meyer (5:00)
3. Al Karasick beat Ernie “Wildcat“ Stevens
i. Stevens > Karasick (0:05)
ii. Karasick > Stevens (12:00)
iii. Karasick > Stevens (12:00)

Monday, May 19, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (300)
1. Joe Stetson (sub. Melvin Tampke) beat Kid Lewis (13:00)
2. Jack Fisher beat George Spears
i. Spears > Fisher
ii. Fisher > Spears
iii. Fisher > Spears
3. Adam Krieger beat Marvin Meinert
i. Krieger > Meinert
ii. Krieger > Meinert

Friday, May 23, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (3,000)
1. Erich Hackelberg beat Alva Boggs (6:00)
2. Masked Marvel beat Abe Morris
i. Marvel > Morris (18:00)
ii. Marvel > Morris (4:30)
3. Al Karasick beat Billy Edwards (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Karasick > Edwards (18:00)
ii. Edwards > Karasick (9:30)
iii. Karasick > Edwards (6:00)

Monday, May 26, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Handicap Match: Pat Reagan beat Joe Stetson (sub. Paul Rex) (15:00)
i. Stetson > Reagan
ii. The time limit expired. Stetson had to win two falls to win.
2. Benny Bolt beat Paul Rex (sub. George Spears)
i. Rex > Bolt
ii. Bolt > Rex
iii. Bolt > Rex
3. Adam Krieger beat Vic Muhl (referee: Jack Fisher)
i. Krieger > Muhl
ii. Muhl > Krieger
iii. Krieger > Muhl

Friday, May 30, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (3,500)
1. Jack Voight beat Alva Boggs (sub. Erich Hackelberg) (14:00)
2. Joe Reno beat Clete Duval (15:00)
3. Bobby Myers drew Masked Marvel (60:00)
i. Marvel > Myers (26:30)
ii. Myers > Marvel (23:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Al Karasick
i. Nichols > Karasick (16:00)
ii. Karasick > Nichols (9:00)
iii. Nichols > Karasick (5:30)

Monday, June 2, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Benny Bolt drew Jack Fisher (15:00) (referee: Earl Webb)
2. Pat Reagan beat Paul Rex (referee: Earl Webb)
i. Reagan > Rex (24:00)
ii. Reagan > Rex (5:00)
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Vic Muhl (referee: Jack Fisher)
i. Vadalfi > Muhl (21:00)
ii. Muhl > Vadalfi (6:00)
iii. Vadalfi > Muhl (8:00)

Saturday, June 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Jack Voight ddq Ernie “Wildcat“ Stevens (11:00) (referee: Bob Greenwade)
2. Joe Reno beat Silent Rattan (referee: Walter Stratton)
i. Reno > Rattan (8:30)
ii. Reno > Rattan (10:00)
3. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Bobby Myers (referee: Joe Shimkus)
i. Kallio > Myers (13:30)
ii. Myers > Kallio (20:30)
iii. Kallio > Myers (20:00)

Monday, June 9, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Paul Rex beat Benny Bolt (20:00)
2. Jack Fisher beat Pat Reagan (sub. Cyclone Robinson vs. Vic Muhl)
i. Reagan > Fisher (10:00)
ii. Fisher > Reagan (11:00)
iii. Fisher > Reagan (21:00)
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Paul Vercher (referee: Jack Fisher)
i. Vadalfi > Vercher (32:00)
ii. Vercher > Vadalfi (9:00)
iii. Vercher was disqualified (5:00)

Friday, June 13, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Silent Rattan beat Everett Zook (11:30)
2. Gus Leahman beat George Poulos
i. Leahman > Poulos (10:30)
ii. Poulos > Leahman (4:00)
iii. Leahman > Poulous
3. Masked Marvel beat Bobby Myers (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Marvel > Myers (29:30)
ii. Marvel > Myers (utc) (1:30)

Monday, June 16, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (1,500)
1. Walter Klaerner beat Paul Rex (15:00)
2. Nick Falis (sub. Vic Muhl) beat Marvin Meinert
i. Meinert > Falis (10:00)
ii. Falis > Meinert (4:00)
iii. Falis > Meinert (6:00)
3. Paul Vercher beat Jack Burns
i. Burns > Vercher
ii. Vercher > Burns
iii. Vercher > Burns

Friday, June 20, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (4,500)
1. Tsutao Higami beat Otis Headrick (17:30)
2. George Poulos beat George Batalis (13:30)
3. Chief War Eagle beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Stevens > War Eagle (18:30)
ii. War Eagle > Stevens (9:30)
iii. Stevens was disqualified
4. Masked Marvel beat Gus Kallio to win the World Middleweight Title
i. Marvel > Kallio (13:30)
ii. Kallio > Marvel (16:30)
iii. Marvel > Kallio (8:00)

Monday, June 23, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (800)
1. Sammy George beat Benny Bolt (19:00)
2. Pat Reagan beat Charlie Heard
i. Reagan > Heard (14:00)
ii. Heard > Reagan (9:00)
iii. Reagan > Heard (4:00)
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Jack Burns
i. Burns > Vadalfi (30:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Burns (9:00)
iii. Burns was unable to return

Friday, June 27, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. George Batalis beat Dutch Mantell via dq (19:00)
2. Jack Christie beat Scotty Dawkins via dq (22:00)
3. George Poulos beat Chief War Eagle
i. Poulos > War Eagle (20:30)
ii. War Eagle > Poulos (6:30)
iii. Poulos > War Eagle (5:30)
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Tsutao Higami
i. Higami > Reynolds (14:00)
ii. Reynolds > Higami (4:00)
iii. Reynolds > Higami (6:00)

Monday, June 30, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Charlie Heard beat Benny Bolt (23:00)
2. Sammy George beat Pat Reagan
i. Reagan > George (11:00)
ii. George > Reagan (5:00)
iii. Reagan was unable to return
3. Charlie Eastman beat Oreste Vadalfi
i. Eastman > Vadalfi (23:00)
ii. Vadalfi was unable to return

Promoter: Wayne Munn (Fort Sam Houston)

Tuesday, July 1, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (1,500)
1. Mike Romano beat George Zaharias (25:00)
2. Matros Kirilenko beat August Benkert (referee: Eddie Voght)
i. Kirilenko > Benkert (14:00)
ii. Kirilenko > Benkert (8:00)
NOTE: The facilities were provided for free and, in return, military personnel, who made up most of the audience, were admitted free.

Friday, July 4, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (4,000)
1. Foxy Stevens beat Jack Christie (24:00)
2. Gus Kallio beat Chief War Eagle
i. War Eagle > Kallio
ii. Kallio > War Eagle (16:30)
iii. Kallio > War Eagle (3:30)
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Masked Marvel (unmasked as George Sauer)
i. Nichols > Marvel (13:00)
ii. Marvel > Nichols (13:00)
iii. Nichols > Marvel (11:16)

Monday, July 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (400+)
1. Benny Bolt beat Charlie Heard (referee: Rex Smith)
i. Bolt > Heard (28:00)
ii. Heard > Bolt (13:00)
iii. Bolt > Heard (17:00)
2. Harry Tusson beat Pat Reagan
i. Tusson > Reagan (11:00)
ii. Reagan > Tusson (10:00)
iii. Tusson > Reagan (7:00)
3. Jack Fisher beat Sammy George (referee: Vic Muhl)
i. Fisher > George (28:00)
ii. Fisher > George (18:00)

Tuesday, July 8, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (cancelled due to rain)
NOTE: Wayne Munn ceased promoting after this set-back, although no official announcement was made.

Friday, July 11, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (5,000)
1. Joe Kopecky beat Jack Christie (14:00)
2. Cleve Kaufman beat Foxy Stevens (16:00)
3. Dan Koloff beat Freddie Meyer
i. Koloff > Meyer (12:00)
ii. Meyer was unable to return
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols nc George Sauer (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Sauer > Nichols (23:00)
ii. Nichols > Sauer (12:00)
iii. No contest (20:00)

Monday, July 14, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Jack Fisher beat Charlie Heard
i. Fisher > Heard (20:00)
ii. Fisher > Heard (10:00)
2. Ladjimi Aguilar beat Benny Bolt (sub. Harry Tusson)
i. Aguilar > Bolt (17:00)
ii. Aguilar > Bolt (1:00)
3. Rex Smith beat Red Lyons
i. Lyons > Smith (19:00)
ii. Smith > Lyons
iii. Smith > Lyons

Friday, July 18, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (2,000)
1. Foxy Stevens beat Everett Zook (sub. Joe Kopecky) (21:00)
2. Ernie “Wildcat“ Stevens ddq Freddie Meyer (12:30) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Clete Kaufman beat Gus Kallio
i. Kallio > Kaufman (15:30)
ii. Kaufman > Kallio (14:30)
iii. Kaufman > Kallio (9:30)
4. World Heavyweight Champion Gus Sonnenberg beat Dan Koloff (referee: Ted Tomlinson)
i. Koloff > Sonnenberg (3:30)
ii. Sonnenberg > Koloff (20:00)
iii. Sonnenberg > Koloff (3:30)
NOTE: George Sauer gave an exhibition of wrestling holds with Silent Rattan.

Monday, July 21, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Manuel Hernandez beat Doc Haines (10:00)
2. Ladjimi Aguilar drew Rex Smith (60:00)
i. Aguilar > Smith (25:00)
ii. Smith > Aguilar (11:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Red Lyons (referee: Vic Muhl)
i. Vadalfi > Lyons (23:00)
ii. Lyons > Vadalfi
iii. Vadalfi > Lyons (3:00)

Friday, July 25, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (2,500)
1. Jack Christie drew Bobby Jackson (30:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Young Jack Willis (sub. Charlie Carr) (17:00)
3. George Poulos beat Joe Kopecky
i. Kopecky > Poulos (0:40)
ii. Poulos > Kopecky (19:00)
iii. Poulos > Kopecky (5:30)
4. George Sauer beat Clete Kaufman (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Kaufman > Sauer (23:00)
ii. Sauer > Kaufman (6:00)
iii. Sauer > Kaufman (14:00)

Monday, July 28, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Charlie Heard beat Pat Reagan
i. Heard > Reagan (17:00)
ii. Reagan > Heard (6:00)
iii. Heard > Reagan (9:00)
2. Manuel Hernandez beat Benny Bolt
i. Bolt > Hernandez (7:00)
ii. Bolt was disqualified

Friday, August 1, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (3,500)
1. Ed Walsh beat Young Jack Willis (10:30) (referee: Bob Greenwade)
2. Joe Kopecky beat Jack Purdin (18:30) (referee: Bob Greenwade)
3. Tsutao Higami drew Silent Rattan (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Rattan > Higami (23:00)
ii. Higami > Rattan (18:30)
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Middleweight Champion George Sauer beat George Poulos (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Poulos > Sauer (31:00)
ii. Sauer > Poulos (10:00)
iii. Sauer > Poulos

Promoters: Clem Smith, Bob Davis, and Sam Goodwin (Garrett Field)

Tuesday, August 5, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Pancho Vitela (sub. Benny Bolt) drew Charlie Heard (30:00)
2. Manuel Hernandez beat Pat Reagan
i. Reagan > Hernandez (14:00)
ii. Hernandez > Regan (8:00)
iii. Hernandez > Regan (4:00)
3. Johnny Cuccia beat Arthur Saxon (sub. Vic Muhl vs. Rex Smith)
i. Cuccia > Saxon (11:00)
ii. Cuccia > Saxon (4:00)

Promoter: Capt. James E. Bush (Fort Sam Houston)

Thursday, August 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (<500)
1. Johnny Cuccia beat Walter Klaerner
2. Red Lyons beat George Cheney (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Lyons > Cheney (25:00)
ii. Cheney > Lyons (10:00) iii. Lyons > Cheney
3. Jack Humberto beat Joe Varga (sub. Jim Heslin)
i. Humberto > Varga (23:00)
ii. Humberto > Varga (5:00)

Friday, August 8, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (5,000)
1. Jack Purdin beat Bobby Jackson (10:00)
2. “Cactus” Pete Brown beat Harry Tusson (10:00)
3. Bobby Myers beat Joe Kopecky (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Kopecky > Myers (0:20)
ii. Myers > Kopecky (13:00)
iii. Myers > Kopecky (9:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Nichols > Sauer (21:30)
ii. Sauer > Nichols (15:00)
iii. Nichols > Sauer (12:00)

Tuesday, August 12, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Leonard Hasse drew Fred Burnett (30:00)
2. Charlie Heard nc Pancho Vitela (33:00)
3. Vic Muhl beat Johnny Cuccia (referee: Pat Reagan)
i. Cuccia > Muhl (17:00)
ii. Muhl > Cuccia (7:00)
iii. Muhl > Cuccia (7:00)

Thursday, August 14, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston
1. Bobby Jackson beat Private O’Neill (6:00)
2. Red Lyons drew Vic Muhl (60:00)
i. Lyons > Muhl (25:00)
ii. Muhl > Lyons (12:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jack Humberto beat Oreste Vadalfi (Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Humberto (34:00)
ii. Humberto > Vadalfi (13:00)
iii. Vadalfi was unable to return

Friday, August 15, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Everett Zook beat Scotty Dawkins (referee: Doc Sloan)
2. Gus Kallio beat Jack Purdin (18:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
3. “Cactus” Pete Brown beat Cowboy Teddy Waters (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Waters > Brown (21:00)
ii. Brown > Waters (17:00)
iii. Brown > Waters (5:30)
4. Bobby Myers beat George Poulos (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Poulos > Myers (16:30)
ii. Myers > Poulos (2:30)
iii. Poulos was unable to return

Tuesday, August 19, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Leonard Hasse beat Sailor Johnny Kline (4:00)
2. Harry Tusson beat Manuel Hernandez
i. Tusson > Fernandez (14:00)
ii. Tusson > Fernandez (8:00)
3. Charlie Heard beat Pancho Vitela (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Vitela > Heard (18:00)
ii. Heard > Vitela (24:00)
iii. Vitela was counted out

Thursday, August 21, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (700+)
1. Bobby Jackson beat Jack Fields (20:00)
2. Vic Muhl beat Jack Burns
i. Burns > Muhl (18:00)
ii. Muhl > Burns
iii. Burns was unable to return
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Joe Varga (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Varga (23:00)
ii. Varga > Vadalfi (17:00)
iii. Vadalfi > Varga (5:00)

Friday, August 22, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Everett Zook beat Bobby Jackson (14:00)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Jack Purdin
3. Gus Kallio beat Cowboy Teddy Waters (60:00)
i. Kallio > Waters
ii. The time limit expired
4. George Sauer beat “Cactus” Pete Brown (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Sauer > Brown (45:00)
ii. Brown was disqualified (6:00)

Tuesday, August 26, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Sailor Johnny Kline beat Charles Moore
2. Leonard Hasse beat Cowboy Munster
i. Hasse > Munster (1:30)
ii. Hasse > Munster
3. Harry Tusson beat Walter Klaerner (sub. Charlie Eastman)
i. Tusson > Klaerner (17:00)
ii. Tusson > Klaerner (21:00)
4. Pancho Vitela beat Ken Marshall (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Marshall > Vitela (4:00)
ii. Vitela > Marshall
iii. Vitela > Marshall (9:00)

Thursday, August 28, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston
1. Fred Burnett beat Jack Fields
2. Pedro Castano beat Nazarene Poggi
i. Castano > Poggi
ii. Poggi was unable to reeturn
3. Jack Humberto beat Red Lyons (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Lyons > Humberto (22:00)
ii. Humberto > Lyons (16:00)
iii. Humberto > Lyons (6:00)

Friday, August 29, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Everett Zook beat Jack Christie (14:00) (referee: Bobby Jackson)
2. Jim Heslin beat Henry Karhunsaari (18:00) (referee: Bobby Jackson)
3. Jack Humberto beat Vic Muhl (sub. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens) (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Humberto > Muhl (20:00)
ii. Muhl > Humberto (4:00)
iii. Humberto > Muhl (9:30)
4. Gus Kallio beat Cowboy Teddy Waters (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Waters > Kallio (22:30)
ii. Kallio > Waters (26:00)
iii. Kallio > Waters (18:00)

Tuesday, September 2, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Ed Kennedy beat Bill Wilkins
2. Sailor Johnny Kline beat Red Mays
3. Pat Reagan beat Fred Burnett
i. Reagan > Burnett (18:00)
ii. Reagan > Burnett
4. Charlie Heard (sub. Ernie Muhlhausen) drew Pancho Vitela (135:00)
i. Vitela > Heard (65:00)
ii. Heard > Vitela
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, September 4, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (3,000+)
1. Manuel Hernandez beat Erich Hackelberg
i. Hackelberg > Hernandez (8:00)
ii. Hernandez > Hackelberg (4:00)
iii. Hackelberg was unable to return
2. Nazarene Poggi beat Sailor Vick
i. Poggi > Vick (22:00)
ii. Poggi > Vick (11:00)
3. Pedro Castano beat Charlie Fox (referee: Louis “Kid” Alberts)
i. Castano > Fox (15:00)
ii. Fox > Castano (10:00)
iii. Castano > Fox (6:00)

Friday, September 5, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (4,500)
1. Henry Karhunsaari beat Walter Stratton (16:30)
2. Everett Zook drew George Poulos (30:00)
3. Jack Humberto beat Jim Heslin
i. Heslin > Humberto (22:00)
ii. Humberto > Heslin (7:00)
iii. Humberto > Heslin (8:00)
4. World Middleweight Champion George Sauer beat Gus Kallio (120:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Sauer > Kallio (57:00)
ii. The time limit expired

Tuesday, September 9, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field (2,0000
1. Red Mays beat Cowboy Munster (10:00)
2. Pancho Vitela beat Pat Reagan
i. Vitela > Reagan (30:00)
ii. Reagan was disqualified (26:00)
3. Charlie Heard beat Pete Cardial
i. Heard > Cardial (23:00)
ii. Cardial > Heard (0:10)
iii. Heard > Cardial (20:00)

Thursday, September 11, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (4,086)
1. Manuel Hernandez beat Soldier Burns (sub. Erich Hackelberg)
2. Nazarene Poggi beat Red Lyons (sub. Charlie Fox)
i. Lyons > Poggi (24:00)
ii. Poggi > Lyons (14:00)
iii. Poggi > Lyons (7:00)
3. Pedro Castano beat Jack Burns (sub. Gino Garibaldi)
i. Castano > Burns (15:00)
ii. Castano > Burns (4:00)

Friday, September 12, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Henry Karhunsaari drew Foxy Stevens (30:00)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Jack Humberto
i. Humberto > Stevens (13:00)
ii. Stevens > Humberto (5:30)
iii. Stevens > Humberto (0:21)
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer (referee: Roy McLean)
i. Nichols > Sauer (31:00)
ii. Sauer > Nichols (13:00)
iii. Sauer was unable to return after he fell when leaving the ring at the end of the second fall

Tuesday, September 16, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Garrett Field
1. Bill Wilkins beat Red Mays
2. Australian Rules: Pat Reagan beat Ken Howell (referee: Pancho Vitala)
i. Howell > Reagan (decision) (10:00)
ii. Howell > Reagan (decision) (10:00)
iii. Reagan > Howell (decision) (10:00)
iv. Reagan > Howell (decision) (10:00)
v. Reagan > Howell
3. Tiny Simmons beat Charlie Heard
i. Simmons > Heard (16:30)
ii. Heard > Simmons (30:00)
iii. Simmons > Heard (14:30)
NOTE: The second match was fought under “Australia Rules” in five 10-minute rounds. Shows moved indoors to Beethoven Hall the next week.

Thursday, September 18, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston (2,000+)
1. Sailor Vick beat Manuel Hernandez (21:00)
2. Pedro Castano beat Tossig the Terrible (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Castano > Tossig (20:00)
ii. Castano > Tossig (5:30)
3. Oreste Vadalfi (sub. Charlie Fox) beat Auggie Hollenback
i. Vadalfi > Hollenback (20:30)
ii. Vadalfi > Hollenback (20:30)

Friday, September 19, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Pat O’Brien beat Henry Karhunsaari (19:00)
2. Jimmy Coffield beat Jack Christie (15:00)
3. Gus Kallio beat “Cactus” Pete Brown
i. Brown > Kallio (33:00)
ii. Kallio > Brown (25:00)
iii. Kallio > Brown (18:00)
NOTE: The scheduled semi-final between Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens and Jack Humberto did not take place.

Tuesday, September 23, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Wilkins beat Cowboy Munster (20:30)
2. Charlie Heard beat Ken Howell
i. Howell > Heard
ii. Heard > Howell
iii. Howell was counted out
3. Pancho Vitela beat Tiny Simmons
i. Simmons > Vitela
ii. Vitela > Simmons
iii. Vitela > Simmons

Thursday, September 25, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston
1. Manuel Hernandez drew Sailor Vick (30:00)
2. Nazarene Poggi drew Auggie Hollenback (60:00)
i. Poggi > Hollenback (23:00)
ii. Hollenbake > Poggi (20:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Pedro Castano beat Red Miller
i. Castano > Miller (26:00)
ii. Castano > Miller (2:00)

Friday, September 26, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (3,000)
1. Jimmy Coffield beat Walter Stratton (16:00)
2. Gus Leahman drew Jim Heslin (30:00)
3. Pat O’Brien beat George Poulos (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. O’Brien > Poulos (28:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Jack Humberto
i. Nichols > Humberto (18:00)
ii. Humberto > Nichols (5:00)
iii. Nichols > Humberto (1:30)

Tuesday, September 30, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Paul “Roughhouse” Rex drew Pat Reagan
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
2. Ken Howell beat Pancho Vitela
i. Howell > Vitela (45:00)
ii. Vitela was unable to return

Thursday, October 2, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Fort Sam Houston
1. Red Lyons beat Tossig the Terrible (referee: Louis “Kid” Alberts)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Tossig was disqualified
2. Pedro Castano beat Auggie Hollenback
i. Castano > Hollenback (26:00)
ii. Castano > Hollenback (8:00)

Friday, October 3, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (5,000)
1. Cyclone Fox drew Pat O’Brien (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Jim Heslin beat Gus Leahman (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Leahman > Heslin (22:00)
ii. Heslin > Leahman (1:30)
iii. Heslin > Leahman (7:00)
3. Gus Kallio beat George Sauer to win the World Middleweight Title (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Sauer > Kallio (60:00)
ii. Kallio > Sauer (40:00)
iii. Kallio > Sauer (11:30)

Tuesday, October 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Donkey Dickens beat Ned Podek (11:00)
2. Pat Reagan beat Tiny Simmons
i. Simmons > Reagan (5:30)
ii. Reagan > Simmons (21:30)
iii. Reagan > Simmons (17:30)
3. Ken Howell beat Charlie Heard (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Heard > Howell (40:30)
ii. Howell > Heard (5:30)
iii. Howell > Heard (1:00)

Thursday, October 9, 1930
San Antonio, TX –Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Walter Klaerner beat Manuel Hernandez (25:00)
2. Red Lyons drew Nazarene Poggi (60:00)
i. Lyons > Poggi (31:00)
ii. Poggi > Lyons (16:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Pedro Castano beat Boris Demetroff
i. Castano > Demetroff (33:00)
ii. Demetroff > Castano
iii. Castano > Demetroff

Friday, October 10, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Everett Zook beat Jack Purdin (15:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Silent Rattan beat Jack Christie (11:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Elmo DeVore (referee: Charlie White)
i. DeVore > Fox (15:00)
ii. Fox > DeVore (9:00)
iii. Fox > DeVore (0:35)
4. Pat O’Brien beat Jim Heslin (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Heslin > O’Brien (23:00)
ii. O’Brien > Heslin (17:00)
iii. Heslin was disqualified (2:30)

Monday, October 13, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Tony Pardello beat Bill Wilkins (7:00)
2. Pancho Vitela beat Tiny Simmons
i. Simmons > Vitela (10:30)
ii. Simmons > Vitela
iii. Simmons > Vitela (9:30)
3. Pat Reagan beat Ken Howell
i. Reagan > Howell (20:00)
ii. Howell > Reagan
iii. Reagan > Howell (10:00)

Thursday, October 16, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Vic Muhl beat Auggie Hollenback
i. Muhl > Hollenback (26:00)
ii. Hollenback > Muhl
iii. Muhl > Hollenback (3:00)
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat Pedro Castano (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Castano (40:00)
ii. Castano > Vadalfi (15:00)
iii. Vadalfi > Castano (1:30)

Friday, October 17, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jimmy Coffield beat Henry Karhunsaari (20:00) (referee: Gabby Rupe)
2. Joe Manning drew Silent Rattan (30:00) (referee: Gabby Rupe)
3. Everett Zook drew Elmo DeVore (60:00)
i. DeVore > Zook (20:00)
ii. Zook > DeVore (21:30)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Pat O’Brien beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Fox > O’Brien (27:30)
ii. O’Brien > Fox (7:30)
iii. Fox was disqualified (12:30)
NOTE: Ralph Hammonds temporarily moved his weekly card to Beethoven Hall.

Tuesday, October 21, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Donkey Dickens beat Jack Brannon (6:00)
2. Raoul Trudeau beat Bill Wilkins (8:30)
3. Pancho Vitela drew Ken Howell (60:00)
i. Vitela > Howell (23:00)
ii. Howell > Vitela (17:30)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jack Pierce (formerly Jack Christie) beat Roughhouse Rex (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Rex > Pierce (10:00)
ii. Pierce > Rex (10:00)
iii. Pierce > Rex (2:30)

Thursday, October 23, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Red Lyons beat Auggie Hollenback
i. Lyons > Hollenback (21:00)
ii. Lyons > Hollenback (10:30)
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat Boris Demetroff
i. Demetroff > Vadalfi (35:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Demetroff (17:30)
iii. Vadalfi > Demetroff (7:00)

Friday, October 24, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jimmy Coffield beat Gabby Rupe (3:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Silent Rattan beat Tuffy McMullen (12:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Tony Bernardi beat Pat O’Brien (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Bernardi > O’Brien (12:30)
ii. Bernardi > O’Brien (8:30)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Fox > Nichols (10:00)
ii. Fox was counted out (22:00)
iii. Fox was unable to return

Tuesday, October 28, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Wilkins beat Jack Curtis (sub. Leonard Hasse)
2. Joe Manning beat Red McCann (sub. Pancho Vitela)
i. Manning > McCann (7:00)
ii. Manning > McCann (2:00)
3. Jack Pierce beat Denver Curley
i. Curley > Pierce (12:00)
ii. Pierce > Curley (8:30)
iii. Pierce > Curley (4:30)

Thursday, October 30, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Pedro Castano beat Sailor Vick (sub. Young Marshall)
i. Castano > Vick
ii. Castano > Vick
2. Red Lyons beat Boris Demetroff (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Demetroff > Lyons (30:00)
ii. Lyons > Demetroff
iii. Lyons > Demetroff

Friday, October 31, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Tuffy McMullen drew Scotty Dawkins (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Roy Reynolds (11:30) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Jimmy Coffield beat Boris Demetroff (sub. George Poulos) (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Coffield > Demetroff (16:00)
ii. Coffield > Demetroff (18:30)
4. Hugh Nichols beat Tony Bernardi (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Bernardi > Nichols (13:30)
ii. Nichols > Bernardi (6:30)
iii. Bernardi was disqualified

Tuesday, November 4, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Louis Fitchett beat Charles Burgett (13:30)
2. Jack Pierce beat Tony Pardello
i. Pierce > Pardello (23:00)
ii. Pierce > Pardello (13:30)
3. Ken Howell beat Pat Reagan (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Howell > Reagan (22:00)
ii. Reagan > Howell (8:00)
iii. Howell > Reagan (27:00)

Thursday, November 6, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Raoul Trudeau beat Donkey Dickens (12:00)
2. Red Lyons drew Vic Muhl (60:00)
i. Lyons > Muhl (35:00)
ii. Muhl > Lyons (17:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Moose “Terrible” Tossig (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Tossig (43:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Tossig (10:00)

Friday, November 7, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (3,000)
1. Everett Zook beat Jack Sampson (14:00)
2. Tony Bernardi beat Jimmy Coffield (60:00)
i. Bernardi > Coffield (41:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox
i. Fox > Nichols (21:30)
ii. Nichols > Fox (16:00)
iii. Nichols > Fox (15:00)

Tuesday, November 11, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Pete Cardial beat Jack Malone (4:30)
2. Pat Reagan beat Louis Fitchett
i. Fitchett > Reagan (8:30)
ii. Reagan > Fitchett (8:00)
iii. Reagan > Fitchett (18:00)
3. Handicap Match: Ken Howell beat Jack Pierce (60:00). Pierce had to win two falls in 60 minutes. (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Pierce > Howell (8:30)
ii. The time limit expired

Thursday, November 13, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Eddie Carpentier drew Paul Londos (20:00)
2. Sailor Vick beat Evan Lewis
i. Vick > Lewis
ii. Lewis > Vick
iii. Vick > Lewis
3. Red Lyons beat Masked Sensation
i. Sensation > Lyons
ii. Lyons > Sensation
iii. Lyons > Sensation
NOTE: The wrestlers in the opening match were both army cooks.

Friday, November 14, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Billy Mitchell drew Eddie Challenger (30:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
2. Cowboy Teddy Waters beat Boris Demetroff (19:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
3. Jimmy Coffield beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Boris Demetroff)
i. Coffield > Fox (1:00)
ii. Fox > Coffield (0:40)
iii. Coffield > Fox
4. Al Karasick beat Tony Bernardi (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Karasick > Bernardi (21:00)
ii. Bernardi > Karasick (4:30)
iii. Karasick > Bernardi (7:30)

Tuesday, November 18, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Pancho Vitela beat Speedy Franks
2. Louis Fitchett beat Jack Burns
i. Fitchett > Jack Burns
ii. Jack Burns > Fitchett
iii. Fitchett > Jack Burns
3. Pat Reagan beat Ken Howell
i. Reagan > Howell (8:30)
ii. Howell > Reagan (7:00)
iii. Howell was disqualified

Thursday, November 20, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Jim “Red” Londos drew Speedy Davis (30:00)
2. Red Lyons beat Nazarene Poggi (referee: Louis “Kid” Alberts)
i. Lyons > Poggi (4:00)
ii. Poggi > Lyons (23:00)
iii. Poggi was disqualified (15:00)
3. Paul Jones beat Charlie Fox
i. Jones > Fox (35:00)
ii. Fox was unable to return
NOTE: The wrestlers in the opening match were both army cooks.

Friday, November 21, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Cowboy Teddy Waters drew Red Lindsay (30:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
2. Tony Bernardi beat Roy Reynolds (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. Bernardi > Reynolds (9:30)
ii. Reynolds was unable to return
3. Al Karasick beat Farmer Vance (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Karasick > Vance (15:30)
ii. Vance > Karasick (6:30)
iii. Vance was disqualified (4:30)
4. Boxing: Cyclone Fox beat Jimmy Coffield (4th) (referee: Elmer Guthrie)

Tuesday, November 25, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (1,200)
1. Pete Cardial beat Ned Podek (16:00)
2. Benny Bolt drew Pancho Vitela (60:00)
i. Bolt > Vitela (22:00)
ii. Vitela > Bolt (17:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Ken Howell beat Jack Burke
i. Howell > Burke (10:00)
ii. Howell > Burke (8:00)

Friday, November 28, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Red Lindsay drew Tuffy McMullen (15:00) (referee: Ed Turner)
2. Elmer Guthrie beat Harry Lockwood (4:00) (referee: Ed Turner)
3. Cowboy Teddy Waters drew Farmer Vance (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Vance > Waters (23:00)
ii. Waters > Vance (23:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Cyclone Fox beat Al Karasick (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Fox > Karasick (5:00)
ii. Karasick > Fox (8:00)
iii. Fox > Karasick (6:00)

Thursday, December 4, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Gus Leahman beat Harry Montgomery (sub. Vic Muhl)
i. Leahman > Montgomery (20:30)
ii. Leahman > Montgomery (12:00)
2. Whitey Hewitt beat Red Lyons (referee: Louis “Kid Albert)
i. Lyons > Hewitt (24:00)
ii. Hewitt > Lyons (8:00)
iii. Hewitt > Lyons (7:00)

Friday, December 5, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Charlie Heard beat Kid Johnson (11:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Tony Bernardi drew Elmer Guthrie (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Farmer Vance beat Jim Heslin (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Heslin was disqualified (40:00)
4. Bull Montana beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Fox > Montana (11:00)
ii. Montana > Fox (6:00)
iii. Montana > Fox (14:00)

Promoter: Jimmy Warner (Beethoven Hall, Monday)

Monday, December 8, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Joe Bauer beat Bill Wilkins (13:20)
2. Eddie Olin beat Bobby Burns
i. Olin > Burns (12:16)
ii. Olin > Burns (6:50)
3. Jap Martin beat Benny Bolt
i. Martin > Bolt (14:54)
ii. Martin > Bolt (3:50)

Thursday, December 11, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium
1. Charlie Fox beat Red Lyons
i. Fox > Lyons
ii. Lyons was unable to return
2. Whitey Hewitt beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Stevens > Hewitt (18:00)
ii. Hewitt > Stevens (15:00)
iii. Hewitt > Stevens (20:00)

Friday, December 12, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Everett Zook beat Harry Lockwood (9:00) (referee: Scotty Dawkins)
2. Elmer Guthrie beat Tony Bernardi
i. Guthrie > Bernardi (18:00)
ii. Bernardi was unable to return
3. Al Karasick beat Bull Montana (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Karasick > Montana (10:00)
ii. Montana > Karasick (13:30)
iii. Montana was disqualified

Monday, December 15, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jap Martin beat Speedy Franks (9:00)
2. Pat Reagan drew Jack Pierce (45:00)
i. Reagan > Pierce (21:00)
ii. Pierce > Reagan (14:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Rob Roy beat Joe Bauer (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Roy > Bauer (22:00)
ii. Roy > Bauer (9:00)

Promoter: Eddie Vogt (Fort Sam Houston)

Thursday, December 18, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Fort Sam Houston Auditorium (2,000)
1. Jack Londos beat “Kid No Name” (11:00)
2. Red Lyons beat Ken Hollis
i. Lyons > Hollis (22:00)
ii. Lyons > Hollis (12:30)
3. Art Mondt (sub. Whitey Hewitt) beat Leo Bromley
i. Bromley > Mondy (15:00)
ii. Mondt > Bromley (9:00)
iii. Bromley was unable to return
NOTE: The wrestlers in the opening match were both army cooks.

Friday, December 19, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Red Lindsay drew Dick Darling (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. George Poulos beat Cowboy Teddy Waters (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Poulos > Waters (40:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Dick Kanthe
i. Guthrie > Kanthe (19:00)
ii. Guthrie > Kanthe (5:00)
4. Boxing: Cyclone Fox beat Bull Montana via dq (5th)

Monday, December 22, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Pat Reagan beat Dutch Meyers (12:00)
2. Jack Pierce drew Eddie Olin (45:00)
i. Olin > Pierce (21:00)
ii. Pierce > Olin (15:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jap Martin beat Danny O’Shea
i. Martin > O’Shea (10:00)
ii. O’Shea > Martin (6:00)
iii. O’Shea was disqualified

Friday, December 26, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Eddie Challenger drew Frenchy LaRue (10:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Farmer Vance beat Roy Anderson (20:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Basanta Singh beat Rob Roy (20:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
4. George Poulos drew Red Lindsay (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Lindsay > Poulos (28:30)
ii. Poulos > Lindsay (10:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Elmer Guthrie nc Tony Bernardi (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Bernardi > Guthrie (6:30)
ii. Guthrie > Bernardi (9:30)
iii. No contest when Geyer was knocked unconscious and commission rules did not allow a replacement referee (6:30)

Monday, December 29, 1930
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. John Ellis drew Jack Pierce (15:00)
2. Charlie Heard beat Pancho Vitela
i. Vitela > Heard (16:00)
ii. Heard > Vitela (19:00)
iii. Vitela was unable to return
3. Ken Howell beat Danny O’Shea
i. O’Shea > Howell (9:00)
ii. Howell > O’Shea (9:00)
iii. Howell > O’Shea (2:00)

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Promoter: Ralph Hammonds (Beethoven Hall, Friday)

Friday, January 2, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Pierce beat Joe Bauer (7:30) (referee: Johnny Young)
2. Farmer Vance beat Eddie Challenger (15:30) (referee: Johnny Young)
3. Basanta Singh beat Dick Darling (15:00) (referee: Johnny Young)
4. Billy Edwards beat Cowboy Teddy Waters (referee: Johnny Young)
i. Edwards > Waters (17:00)
ii. Waters was unable to return
5. Tony Bernardi beat Elmer Guthrie (referee: Farmer Vance)
i. Guthrie > Bernardi (14:00) (Ralph Hammonds took over as referee after the first fall)
ii. Bernardi > Guthrie (10:00)
iii. Guthrie was unable to return

Promoter: Jimmy Warner (Beethoven Hall, Monday)

Monday, January 5, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bobby Burns drew Frenchy LaRue (30:00)
2. Danny O’Shea beat Johnny McCain
i. O’Shea > McCain (21:00)
ii. McCain > O’Shea (12:00)
iii. O’Shea > McCain (10:00)
3. Charlie Heard beat Ken Howell (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Howell > Heard (10:30)
ii. Heard > Howell (10:00)
iii. Howell > Heard

Promoter: Fred Gutierrez (Immaculate Heart)

Wednesday, January 7, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Immaculate Heart of Mary Auditorium
1. Henry Gomez drew Jack Garcia (30:00)
2. Pancho Vitela beat Joe Bauer
i. Bauer > Vitela (18:00)
ii. Vitela > Bauer (11:00)
iii. Vitela > Bauer (8:00)
3. “Juchiteco” Louis Fitchett beat Johnny McCain
i. Fitchett > McCain
ii. McCain > Fitchett
iii. Fitchett > McCain
4. John Ellis beat Eddie Law
i. Law > Ellis (25:00)
ii. Ellis > Law (5:00)
iii. Ellis > Law (5:00)

Promoter: Eddie Vogt (Fort Sam Houston)

Friday, January 9, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Roy Anderson drew Frenchy LaRue (15:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
2. Rob Roy beat Jack Pierce (9:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Red Lindsay (20:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
4. Basanta Singh beat George Poulos (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Poulos was disqualified (30:00)
5. Farmer Vance beat Tony Bernardi (referee: Scotty Dawkins)
i. Bernardi > Vance (16:30)
ii. Vance > Bernardi (8:30)
iii. Vance > Bernardi (1:00)

Monday, January 12, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Johnny McCain drew Bill Wilkins (30:00)
2. Frenchy LaRue beat Joe Bauer
i. LaRue > Bauer
ii. LaRue > Bauer
3. Pat Reagan (sub. Ken Howell) beat Charlie Heard (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Heard > Reagan (20:00)
ii. Reagan > Heard (9:00)
iii. Reagan > Heard

Friday, January 16, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Pierce beat Bill Wilkins (10:00) (referee: Red Lindsay)
2. Buddy Edwards beat Pancho Vitela (17:00) (referee: Red Lindsay)
3. Silent Rattan beat Rob Roy (11:00) (referee: Red Lindsay)
4. Basanta Singh beat Scotty Dawkins (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. Singh > Dawkins (18:00)
ii. Singh > Dawkins (9:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Elmer Guthrie (referees: Carl Geyer & Charlie Wight)
i. Edwards > Guthrie (10:00)
ii. Guthrie > Edwards (5:00)
iii. Edwards > Guthrie

Monday, January 19, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Pancho Vitela drew Johnny McCain (15:00)
2. Bobby Burns drew Frenchy LaRue (45:00)
i. LaRue > Burns (10:00)
ii. Burns > LaRue (12:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jack Pierce beat Charlie Heard (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Heard > Pierce (1:05)
ii. Pierce > Heard (13:00)
iii. Pierce > Heard (3:00)

Friday, January 23, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Benny Bolt drew Buddy Edwards (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Roy Anderson drew Scotty Dawkins (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Silent Rattan beat Jack Pierce (12:10) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. Basanta Singh beat Red Lindsay (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Lindsay > Singh (0:10)
ii. Singh > Lindsay (24:30)
iii. Singh > Lindsay (6:45)
5. Billy Edwards beat World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols (referees: Carl Geyer & Scotty Dawkins)
i. Nichols > Edwards (12:23)
ii. Edwards > Nichols (9:36)
iii. Dawkins gave the match and title to Edwards, but Geyer ruled that Edwards was disqualified. The wrestling commission were called on to rule and decided that the match should restart. When Nichols refused to return, the match was given to Edwards, but due to the controversy, the title did not change hands. (5:00)

Monday, January 26, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bulldog Lawrence drew Young Zbyszko (15:00)
2. Bobby Burns beat Joe Bauer
i. –
ii. –
iii. Burns > Bauer
3. Jack Pierce beat Frenchy LaRue (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Pierce > LaRue (13:00)
ii. LaRue > Pierce (16:00)
iii. LaRue was disqualified (7:00)
NOTE: Jimmy Warner stopped promoting wrestling in favor of boxing.

Thursday, January 29, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Ken Howell beat Joe Bauer
2. Charlie Heard beat Pete Cardial (45:00)
i. Heard > Cardial (27:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Red Lyons beat Max Savage (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Lyons > Savage (17:00)
ii. Lyons > Savage (9:00)

Friday, January 30, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Red Lindsay drew Jack Pierce (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Eddie Challenger drew Frenchy LaRue (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Jack Gorman beat Benny Bolt (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Gorman > Bolt (12:27)
ii. Gorman > Bolt (3:51)
4. Handicap match: Silent Rattan beat Johnny McCain, Joe Bauer & Pete Cardial. Rattan had offered to take on any three welterweights and defeated them all within 45 minutes. (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Rattan > McCain (2:08)
ii. Rattan > Bauer (10:19)
iii. Rattan > Cardial (3:58)
5. George Sauer beat Basanta Singh (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. Singh > Sauer (48:00)
ii. Sauer > Singh (13:40)
iii. Sauer > Singh (11:40)

Thursday, February 5, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Curley Londos beat Jerry Cerney (9:00)
2. Johnny Lamarr beat Max Savage
i. Lemar > Savage
ii. Lemar > Savage
3. Red Lyons beat Dick Powell (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Lyons > Powell
ii. Powell > Lyons
iii. Lyons > Powell
NOTE: The opening match featured military personnel in a mostly comedic match.

Friday, February 6, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Pierce drew Johnny McCain (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Pete Cardial beat Speedy Franks (10:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Tony Bernardi drew Farmer Vance (30:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. Silent Rattan beat Jack Gorman
i. Gorman was counted out (28:00)
ii. Rattan > Gorman (0:40)
5. Elmer Guthrie beat Billy Edwards (referee: Red Lyndsay)
i. Edwards > Guthrie (16:30)
ii. Guthrie > Edwards (6:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified. This decision was made by substitute promoter Charlie Wright after Lyndsay had given the match to Edwards.

Thursday, February 12, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Sailor Vick beat Johnny McCain (referee: Jack Avalon)
2. Jack Morgan drew Ken Hollis (60:00) (referee: Jack Avalon)
i. Hollis > Morgan
ii. Morgan > Hollis
iii. The time limit expired
3. Red Lyons beat Bob Montgomery (referee: Sailor Vick)
i. Lyons > Montgomery (26:00)
ii. Montgomery > Lyons (7:00)
iii. Lyons > Montgomery (12:00)
NOTE: Eddie Vogt moved his card from Fort Sam Houston to Beethoven Hall on short notice.

Thursday, February 12, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Tom Burgess beat Jerry Cerney
2. Kid Stagpole beat Charlie Moore (20:00)
3. Jim Dixon beat Harold Smith
4. Raoul Trudeau beat Merle Cole
i. Trudeau > Cole
ii. Cole > Trudeau
iii. Trudeau > Cole
5. Pete Cardial beat “Jumping” Jim Londis
i. Cardial > Londis
ii. Londis was unable to return
NOTE: Capt. James E. Bush hastily arranged a card featuring mainly servicemen. Many times, these cards at Fort Sam Houston featured someone wrestling with a name similar to Jim Londos, but none were the real Londos, who at the time was the NYSAC world heavyweight champion.

Friday, February 13, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Red Lindsay beat Joe Bauer (6:45) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Eddie Challenger (5:45) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Tony Bernardi drew Elmer Guthrie (30:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. George Sauer beat John Kilonis (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Kilonis > Sauer (21:00)
ii. Kilonis was disqualified (8:20)
5. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Everett “Silent” Rattan (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Rattan > Reynolds (27:00)
ii. Reynolds > Rattan (4:04)
iii. Rattan was unable to return

Thursday, February 19, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston (1,200)
1. Raoul Trudeau beat Pete Cardial (23:00)
2. Paul Rex beat Sam Gloria
i. Rex > Gloria
ii. Gloria > Rex
iii. Rex > Gloria
3. Sailor Vick beat Eddie Law (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Law > Vick (20:00)
ii. Vick > Law (10:00)
iii. Law was disqualified (7:00)

Friday, February 20, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Jack Pierce beat Joe Bauer (10:00) (referee: Scotty Dawkins)
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Red Lindsay (8:30)
3. Silent Rattan beat Pat Reagan (7:25)
4. Tony Bernardi beat Frenchy LaRue (10:00) (referee: Scotty Dawkins)
5. George Sauer beat Farmer Vance (referee: Scotty Dawkins)
i. Vance > Sauer (0:18)
ii. Sauer > Vance (23:00)
iii. Sauer > Vance (16:30)
6. Elmer Guthrie beat John Kilonis (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Guthrie > Kilonis (16:00)
ii. Kilonis > Guthrie (19:00)
iii. Kilonis was disqualified

Friday, February 27, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (4,000)
1. Red Lindsay beat Ken Howell (8:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Silent Rattan beat Jack “Tuffy“ Linder (7:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. George Sauer beat Silent Olson Condell (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > Condell (54:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Abe Coleman beat John Kilonis (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. Coleman > Kilonis (23:00)
ii. Kilonis > Coleman (11:00)
iii. Coleman > Kilonis (6:00)

Tuesday, March 3, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Paul Rex beat Johnny McCain via co
2. Pete Cardial beat Charlie Moore
3. Sailor Vick beat Eddie Law
i. Vick > Law (18:00)
ii. Law > Vick (6:00)
iii. Vick > Law (4:00)
4. Oreste Vadalfi beat Dutch Hefner
i. Hefner > Vadalfi (23:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Hefner (16:00)
iii. Hefner was unable to return

Friday, March 6, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Pete Cardial drew Johnny McCain (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Silent Rattan beat Bobby Burns (9:25) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Abe Coleman beat Tony Bernardi (18:05) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer (referee: Tiny Gordon)
i. Nichols > Sauer (30:15)
ii. Sauer > Nichols (21:35)
iii. Nichols > Sauer (7:00)

Monday, March 9, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (promoter: Eddie Vogt)
1. Sailor Vick drew Paul “Roughhouse” Rex (20:00)
2. Tiny Roebuck beat Paul Vogel (17:00)
3. Wladek Zbyszko beat Tommy Marvin
i. Zbyszko > Marvin (21:00)
ii. Zbyszko > Marvin (4:00)
NOTE: The main event was advertised to be Zbyszko vs. Roebuck with Max Schmeling, reigning boxing world heavyweight champion, as the referee. Instead, after the wrestling, Schmeling sparred for three rounds with Pedro Lopez (first and third) and Lou Barba.

Friday, March 13, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Scotty Dawkins drew Frenchy LaRue (15:00) (referee: Jack Purdin)
2. John Kilonis beat Tony Bernardi (referee: Jack Purdin)
i. Kilonis > Bernardi (11:30)
ii. Bernardi was unable to return
3. Abe Coleman beat Farmer Vance (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Vance was counted out (16:57)
ii. Vance was unable to return
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds drew Silent Rattan (120:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Reynolds > Rattan (46:00)
ii. Rattan > Reynolds (35:25)
iii. The time limit expired

Tuesday, March 17, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. “Jumping” Jim Londis drew Kid Burgess (15:00)
2. Fred Meyers drew Jack Fields (15:00)
3. Raoul Trudeau beat Chubby Beachmer (7:00)
4. Eddie Law beat Paul “Roughhouse” Rex
i. Rex > Law (14:00)
ii. Law > Rex (7:00)
iii. Law > Rex (7:00)
5. Oreste Vadalfi beat Dutch Hefner (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Hefner > Vadalfi (24:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Hefner (12:00)
iii. Vadalfi > Hefner (2:00)
NOTE: Fred Meyers was almost certainly not Fred Meyer the 1920 Olympian.

Friday, March 20, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Johnny McCain beat Leonard Hasse (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Scotty Dawkins beat Dutch Meyers (18:30) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Silent Olson Condell beat Midshipman Kelly (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Condell > Kelly (5:30)
ii. Condell > Kelly (6:30)
4. Abe Coleman beat John Kilonis (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Coleman > Kilonis (41:00)
ii. Kilonis was unable to return

Friday, March 27, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Jack Purdin beat Scotty Dawkins via dq (19:00) (referee: Otis Maerz)
2. Everett Zook beat Frenchy LaRue via co (19:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat John Kilonis (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Kilonis > Fox (15:00)
ii. Fox > Kilonis (9:00)
iii. Kilonis was disqualified (11:00)
4. Handicap match: Silent Olson Condell beat Abe Coleman (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Coleman > Condell (44:00)
ii. The time limit expired. Coleman had to win two falls in one hour.

Tuesday, March 31, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Raoul Trudeau beat Frank Skeen
2. Jack Fields beat Tommy Pool
3. Walter Klaerner beat Jack Myers
i. Klaerner > Myers
ii. Myers > Klaerner
iii. Klaerner > Myers
4. Oreste Vadalfi beat Dobie Osborn
i. Osborn > Vadalfi (15:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Osborn (10:00)
iii. Vadalfi > Osborn (1:00)

Promoter: Bob Davis (Beethoven Hall)

Thursday, April 2, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Pete Cardial vs. Donkey Dickens
2. Bulldog Lawrence vs. Paul “Roughhouse” Rex
3. Charlie Heard vs. Pancho Vitela
4. John Ellis vs. Eddie Law

Friday, April 3, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Speedy Franks drew Pete Cardial (15:00) (referee: Bobby Burns)
2. Silent Rattan bear Fred Yeager (3:40) (referee: Bobby Burns)
3. The Unknown beat Jack Purdin (5:00) (referee: Bobby Burns)
4. Silent Orson Condell drew Everett Zook (60:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Zook > Condell (32:30)
ii. Condell > Zook (11:25)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Cyclone Fox beat Abe Coleman (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Fox > Coleman (6:47)
ii. Coleman > Fox (7:45)
iii. Coleman was counted out (6:20)
NOTE: The Unknown was not a masked wrestler, rather he simply refused to give his name.

Tuesday, April 7, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (referee: Robert Warren)
NOTE: Originally a boxing card, promoter Warren hastily organized a boxing card when informed of the crackdown on all forms of boxing by Governor Ross Sterling. When only $4 was taken at the gate at bell time, the wrestling card was cancelled.

Friday, April 10, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum (1,500)
1. Scotty Dawkins drew Paul “Roughhouse” Rex (15:00)
2. Tony Bernardi beat Eddie Challenger (7:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Joe Roscoe (referee: Fred Yeager)
i. Guthrie > Roscoe (11:00)
ii. Guthrie > Roscoe (5:00)
4. Cyclone Fox drew George Sauer (120:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > Fox (55:00)
ii. Fox > Sauer (34:00)
iii. The time limit expired
NOTE: While the local sheriff had initially attempted to close down boxing in San Antonio using the same anti-prize fighting law that had closed boxing in the state of Texas, a compromise was reached where wrestling would be permitted, but any wrestler using a closed fist in any situation would be immediately arrested. No closed fists were to be seen on this night.

Tuesday, April 14, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (200)
1. Jack Curtis drew Sam Gloria (15:00)
2. Eddie Law beat Harry Wilson
i. Law > Wilson (10:50)
ii. Law > Wilson (5:20)
3. Handicap match: Pete Cardial beat Paul “Roughhouse” Rex (60:00)
i. Rex > Cardial (11:00)
ii. The time limit expired. Rex had to win two falls in 60 minutes.
4. Pancho Vitela beat Raoul Trudeau
i. Trudeau > Vitela
ii. Vitela > Trudeau
iii. Vitela > Trudeau

Tuesday, April 14, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Walter Klaerner beat Jack Fields
2. Dobie Osborn drew Dutch Hefner
i. Osborn > Hefner (25:00)
ii. Hefner > Osborn
iii. The time limit expired
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Roy Reynolds
i. Reynolds > Vadalfi (21:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Reynolds (11:00)
iii. Reynolds was unable to return

Friday, April 17, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Exposition Grounds Coliseum
1. Jack Purdin beat Fred Yeager
2. Scotty Dawkins beat Bobby Burns
3. Cyclone Fox beat Farmer Vance
4. George Sauer beat Tony Bernardi
i. Bernardi > Sauer (13:00)
ii. Sauer > Bernardi
iii. Sauer > Bernardi
5. Elmer Guthrie beat Hugh Nichols
i. Guthrie > Nichols (23:00)
ii. Guthrie > Nichols (8:00)
NOTE: The Coliseum was destroyed by a fire the next morning. Ralph Hammonds moved his cards to Beethoven Hall.

Tuesday, April 21, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Pete Cardial vs. ???
2. Jack Curtis vs. Kit Clark
3. Paul “Roughhouse” Rex vs. Pancho Vitela
4. Bobby Fisk vs. Eddie Law

Friday, April 24, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Eddie Challenger drew Ug Moore (15:00)
2. The Unknown beat Scotty Dawkins (9:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Ernie Glover
i. Guthrie > Glover (33:00)
ii. Glover > Guthrie (17:00)
iii. Guthrie > Glover (4:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Charlie Wright)
i. Nichols > Fox (31:00)
ii. Fox was unable to return

Tuesday, April 28, 1931
San Antonio, TX – War Department Theater at Fort Sam Houston
1. Walter Klaerner beat Jack Fields
i. Fields > Klaerner (17:00)
ii. Klaener > Fields (5:00)
iii. Klaener > Fields (6:00)
2. Roy Reynolds beat Dobie Osborn
i. Reynolds > Osborn (10:00)
ii. Osborn > Reynolds (9:00)
iii. Reynolds > Osborn (10:00)
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Vic Muhl (sub. Tom Atkinson) (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Muhl (20:00)
ii. Muhl was unable to return

Friday, May 1, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Stanley West beat Eddie Challenger (10:00)
2. The Unknown beat Ernie Glover
i. Unknown > Glover (3:30)
ii. Unknown > Glover (1:30)
3. Silent Olson Condell beat Lee Meyers
i. –
ii. –
iii. Condell > Myers
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols drew Elmer Guthrie (120:00)
i. Nichols > Guthrie (75:00)
ii. Guthrie > Nichols (18:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Friday, May 8, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Gorman drew Chubby Beachmer (30:00)
2. Lee Meyers beat Manuel Hernandez (8:00)
3. Silent Olson Condell drew Stanley West (60:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. The Unknown beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Unknown > Fox (4:00)
ii. Fox > Unknown (2:00)
iii. Fox was disqualified

Friday, May 15, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Manuel Hernandez drew Jack Curtis (15:00)
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat Alva Boggs (15:00)
3. The Unknown beat Lee Meyers
i. Unknown > Meyers (33:00)
ii. Unknown > Meyers (1:00)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Stanley West (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. West > Guthrie (22:00)
ii. Guthrie > West (1:00)
iii. Guthrie > West (2:00)

Friday, May 22, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Curtis beat Paul “Roughhouse” Rex (10:00)
2. Cyclone Mackey beat Otis Headrick (25:00)
3. Oreste Vadalfi beat Lee Meyers via dq (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. The Unknown beat Silent Olson Condell
i. Unknown > Condell (27:00)
ii. Condell > Unknown
iii. Unknown > Condell

Friday, May 29, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Otis Headrick beat Jack Curtis (9:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Lee Meyers drew Stanley West (30:00)
3. Cyclone Mackey beat Clete Duval (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Mackey > Duval (17:00)
ii. Mackey > Duval (12:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat The Unknown (revealed as Curley Spheeris) (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Nichols > Unknown (23:00)
ii. Unknown > Nichols (16:00)
iii. Nichols > Unknown (6:00)

Friday, June 5, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (4,200)
1. Speedy Franks drew Jack Gorman (15:00) (referee: Manuel Hernandez)
2. Ralph Hammonds beat Dutch Hefner (5:00) (referee: Eddie Challenger)
3. Joe Reno beat Jack Curtis
4. George Sauer beat Curley Spheeris (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Spheeris > Sauer
ii. Sauer > Spheeris
iii. Sauer > Spheeris (1:00)
5. World Junior Middleweight Champion Yaqui Joe beat Cyclone Mackey
i. Mackay > Joe (25:00)
ii. Joe > Mackey (20:00)
iii. Joe > Mackey (9:00)

Friday, June 12, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Stanley West beat Ralph Hammonds (referee: Manuel Hernandez)
2. World Junior Middleweight Champion Yaqui Joe beat Jack Gorman (60:00) (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Joe > Gorman (48:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Joe Reno beat Cyclone Mackey (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Mackey > Reno (29:00)
ii. Reno > Mackey (12:00)
iii. Mackey was unable to return
4. Joe Reno (sub. Cyclone Mackey) beat Buddy Edwards
NOTE: The original main event was for Mackey to face Reno and then Edwards, having to defeat both men in three falls in under two hours. Mackey was injured during the second fall with Reno, so Reno faced Edwards in a replacement one-fall match.

Friday, June 19, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Jack Gorman drew Manuel Hernandez (15:00)
2. Lee Meyers drew Everett Zook (30:00)
3. George Sauer drew Stanley West (60:00) (referee: Tiny Gordon)
i. Sauer > West (33:00)
ii. West > Sauer (20:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Junior Middleweight Champion Yaqui Joe beat Joe Reno (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Joe > Reno (35:00)
ii. Reno was disqualified

Saturday, June 27, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Speedy Franks beat Jerry Cerney (9:00)
2. Joe Reno drew Jack Gorman (20:00)
3. Everett Zook beat Manuel Hernandez (14:00)
4. Ralph Hammonds drew Stanley West (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Hammonds > West (7:00)
ii. West > Hammonds (6:00)
iii. No contest
5. World Junior Middleweight Champion Yaqui Joe beat Silent Rattan
i. Joe > Rattan (22:00)
ii. Rattan > Joe (15:00)
iii. Joe > Rattan (8:00)
NOTE: This card was postponed from June 26 due to bad weather.

Friday, July 3, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Little Bennie beat George “Strangler” Dilworth (5:00) (referee: Eddie Kettler)
2. Jack Curtis beat Leonard Hasse (2:00) (referee: Eddie Kettler)
3. Everett Zook beat Tiny Gordon (14:00) (referee: Eddie Kettler)
4. Cyclone Mackey drew Silent Rattan (referee: Joe Reno)
i. Rattan > Mackey (26:00)
ii. Mackey > Rattan (19:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Ralph Hammonds beat Stanley West (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Hammonds > West (20:00)
ii. West was unable to return

Friday, July 10, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Joe Manning drew Jack Curtis (15:00)
2. Johnny Puckett (sub. Cowboy Teddy Waters) drew Alva Boggs (30:00)
3. Stanley West beat Everett Zook
i. West > Zook (23:00)
ii. Zook > West (10:00)
iii. West > Zook (8:00)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Reno
i. Mackey > Reno (26:00)
ii. Mackey > Reno (10:00)

Promoter: Leslie Stevenson (Downtown Stadium)

Thursday, July 16, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium (4,000+)
1. Red Shelton drew Speedy Franks
2. Red Lyons beat Westy Westbrook
i. Lyons > Westbrook (23:00)
ii. Lyons > Westbrook (1:30)
3. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Don Walker (sub. Dick Powell) (5:00)
4. Homer Wright beat Charlie Konope (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Wright > Konope (14:00)
ii. Konope > Wright (4:00)
iii. Wright > Konope (8:00)

Friday, July 17, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Alva Boggs drew Jack Pierce (15:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
2. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Manning (21:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
3. Young Stecher beat Ernie “Wildcat“ Stevens (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Stevens > Stecher (12:00)
ii. Stecher > Stevens (3:00)
iii. Stecher > Stevens (2:00)
4. Stanley West beat George Poulos (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. West > Poulos (12:00)
ii. Poulos > West (10:00)
iii. Poulos was disqualified (7:00)

Thursday, July 23, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Pancho Vitela beat Jack Burns (14:00)
2. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Charlie Konope
i. Larrea > Konope (19:00)
ii. Konope was unable to return
3. Joe Reno drew Tuffy McMullen (20:00)
4. Gilberto Martinez Larrea (sub. Dude Chick) beat Homer Wright (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Wright > Larrea (11:00)
ii. Larrea > Wright (17:00)
iii. Wright was disqualified (6:00)

Friday, July 24, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Jack Pierce beat Manuel Hernandez (15:00)
2. Scotty Dawkins (sub. Dutch Mantell) drew Cyclone Mackey (30:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. George Poulos drew Young Stecher (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Stecher > Poulos (15:00)
ii. Poulos > Stecher (10:00)
iii. No contest
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Stanley West
i. Nichols > West (34:00)
ii. Nichols > West (9:00)

Thursday, July 30, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium (3,500+)
1. Tuffy McMullen beat Pancho Vitela (11:00)
2. Don De Laun beat Homer Wright (60:00)
i. De Laun > Wright (41:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Joe Reno beat Bobby Novack (13:00)
4. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Casey Berger
i. Berger was counted out (21:00)
ii. Berger was unable to return

Friday, July 31, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (4,000)
1. Scotty Dawkins drew Jack Pierce (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Young Stecher beat Alva Boggs (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. George Sauer beat Johnny Cuccia (sub. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > Cuccia (10:00)
ii. Sauer > Cuccia (2:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Poulos (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Nichols > Poulos
ii. Poulos > Nichols (15:00)
iii. Nichols > Poulos

Thursday, August 6, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Young Steinke beat Speedy Franks (10:30)
2. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Pat Market
i. Larrea > Market (10:00)
ii. Larrea > Market (1:30)
3. Tuffy McMullen beat Joe Reno (60:00)
i. McMullen > Reno (36:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Oreste Vadalfi beat Homer Wright (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Vadalfi > Wright (19:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Wright (9:00)

Friday, August 7, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Joe Manning beat Jack Burns (7:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Cyclone Mackey beat Bully Wakefield (24:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. George Sauer beat Stanley West (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > West (40:00)
ii. West refused to return claiming that Sauer’s “Jim Londos” chin-lock was an illegal strangle
4. Young Stecher beat George Poulos (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Stecher > Poulos (18:00)
ii. Poulos > Stecher (20:00)
iii. Stecher > Poulos

Thursday, August 13, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Red Shelton beat Speedy Franks (12:00)
2. Jack Gorman drew Pancho Vitela (20:00)
3. Tuffy McMullen beat Bobby Novack
i. McMullen > Novack (15:00)
ii. McMullen > Novack (12:00)
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Gilberto Martinez Larrea (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Larrea > Blackstock (27:00)
ii. Larrea was counted out (9:00)
iii. Larrea was unable to return

Friday, August 14, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (4,000)
1. Joe Manning drew Bully Wakefield (15:00)
2. Alva Boggs drew Les Wolfe (15:00)
3. George Sauer beat Silent Olson Condell (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > Condell (25:00)
ii. Condell refused to return claiming that Sauer’s “Jim Londos” chin-lock was an illegal strangle
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Silent Rattan (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Mackey > Rattan (25:00)
ii. Rattan > Mackey (12:00)
iii. Mackey > Rattan

Thursday, August 20, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Paul Aberg beat Jack Burns (8:00)
2. Joe Reno beat Benny Mathis (17:00)
3. Tuffy McMullen beat Benny Bolt (sub. Jack Gorman)
i. McMullen > Bolt (20:00)
ii. McMullen > Bolt (3:00)
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Tony Sandow (sub. Charlie Leahman) (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Blackstock > Sandow (28:00)
ii. Blackstock > Sandow (9:00)

Friday, August 21, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Sailor Watkins beat Bully Wakefield (13:00)
2. Alva Boggs beat Foxy Stevens
3. Les Wolfe beat Silent Olson Condell (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Wolfe > Condell (18:00)
ii. Condell > Wolfe (4:00)
iii. Wolfe > Condell
4. George Sauser beat Young Stecher (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Stecher > Sauer (8:00)
ii. Sauer > Stecher (18:00)
iii. Stecher was disqualified

Thursday, August 27, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Benny Bolt drew Bobby Novack (30:00) (referee: Joe McGaffigan)
2. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Dutch Hefner (referee: Eddie Kettler)
i. Larrea > Hefner (28:00)
ii. Larrea > Hefner (15:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Tuffy McMullen (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Reno > McMullen (26:00)
ii. McMullen > Reno (24:00)
iii. Reno > McMullen

Friday, August 28, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. “Blacksmith” George Craig drew Foxy Stevens (20:00)
2. Silent Rattan drew Sailor Watkins (30:00)
3. Leslie Wolfe drew Young Stecher (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. Wolfe > Stecher (22:00)
ii. Stecher > Wolfe (7:00)
iii. No contest (5:00)
4. George Sauer beat George Poulos (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Poulos> Sauer (17:00)
ii. Sauer > Poulos (11:00)
iii. Pooulos was disqualified (7:00)
5. 8 man battle royal: Alva Boggs beat Cyclone Mackey, Jack Christie, Stanley West, Jack Miller, Harry Wilson, Bill Wilkins, and Jack Curtis (referees: Garrett “Hal” Scott & Johnny Miller)

Thursday, September 3, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Paul Aberg beat Bobby Garcia (15:00) (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
2. Bobby Novack beat Red Rogers (14:00) (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
3. Fay Wolff beat Lee Meyers (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Meyers > Wolff
ii. Wolff > Meyers
iii. Wolff > Meyers
4. Steve Nenoff drew Joe Reno (120:00) (referee: Oreste Vadalfi)
i. Nenoff > Reno (63:00)
ii. Reno > Nenoff (23:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Friday, September 4, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. George Craig drew Stanley West (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens (sub. Gilberto Martinez Larrea) beat Jack Mitchell (7:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Silent Rattan beat Cyclone Mackey (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Rattan > Mackey (30:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Young Stecher (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Edwards > Stecher (15:00)
ii. Stecher > Edwards (7:00)
iii. Edwards > Stecher (4:00)

Thursday, September 10, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Bobby Novack drew Joe Manning (30:00)
2. Lee Meyers beat Joe Petroff
i. Petroff > Meyers (16:00)
ii. Meyers > Petroff (7:00)
iii. Meyers > Petroff (4:00)
3. Harry Mamos beat Orteste Vadalfi (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Mamos > Vadalfi (31:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Mamos (17:00)
iii. Mamos > Vadalfi

Friday, September 11, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (4,000)
1. Bully Wakefield beat Jack Curtis (11:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. George Craig drew Dr. Eddie Mueller (15:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Tony LeBlanc (sub. Les Wolfe) beat Stanley West via dq (8:00)
4. Mike Howard beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. Stevens > Howard (5:00)
ii. Howard > Stevens (7:00)
iii. Stevens was counted out
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Dude Chick drew George Sauer (120:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Chick > Sauer (50:00)
ii. Sauer > Chick (45:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, September 17, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Paul Aberg drew Joe Petroff (15:00)
2. Manuel Hernandez drew Black Marcus (30:00)
3. Steve Nenoff beat Tuffy McMullen (60:00)
i. Nenoff > McMullen (53:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Harry Mamos beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Blackstock > Mamos
ii. Mamos > Blackstock (9:40)
iii. Blackstock was disqualified (7:00)

Friday, September 18, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Tony LeBlanc drew Jack Mitchell (15:00)
2. Stanley West beat George Craig via dq (referee: Johnny Miller)
3. Silent Rattan drew Bully Wakefield (30:00)
4. Mike Howard beat Young Stecher via dq
5. Billy Edwards beat Bulldog Roberts (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Edwards > Roberts (25:00)
ii. Roberts > Edwards (10:00)
iii. Edwards > Roberts (6:00)

Thursday, September 24, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Downtown Wrestling Stadium
1. Raoul Trudeau drew Kid Clark (30:00)
2. Steve Nenoff beat Joe Reno
i. –
ii. –
iii. Reno was disqualified
3. Harry Mamos beat Whitey Govro (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Grovo > Mamos (15:00)
ii. Mamos > Grovo (5:00)
iii. Mamos > Grovo (4:00)

Friday, September 25, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Sammy Kohen drew Dr. Eddie Mueller (15:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
2. Handicap match: Robin Blue & Red Ingram beat Silent Rattan (30:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. Rattan > Blue (10:00)
ii. The time limit expired. Rattan had to defeated both men in 30 minutes.
3. George Sauer beat Bulldog Roberts (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Sauer > Roberts (43:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Dude Chick beat Young Stecher (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Chick > Stecher (23:00)
ii. Stecher was unable to return
5. Abe Coleman beat Billy Edwards (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Edwards > Coleman (34:00)
ii. Coleman > Edwards (7:00)
iii. Coleman > Edwards (12:00)

Friday, October 2, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Sammy Kohen beat Jack Curtis (12:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Red Ingram (14:00)
3. George Poulos beat Bully Wakefield
i. Poulos > Wakefield (13:00)
ii. Poulos > Wakefield (7:00)
4. George Sauer beat Bulldog Roberts (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Roberts > Sauer (25:00)
ii. Sauer > Roberts (26:00)
iii. Roberts was disqualified (12:00)
5. Abe Coleman beat Dude Chick (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Chick > Coleman (14:00)
ii. Coleman > Chick (12:00)
iii. Chick was disqualified (10:00)

Friday, October 9, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Red Ingram drew Jack Curtis (10:00)
2. Randall Hicks beat Scotty Dawkins (12:00)
3. Bulldog Roberts beat Young Stecher (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Roberts > Stecher (48:00)
ii. Stecher was disqualified (11:00)
4. George Sauer beat Dude Chick to win the World Light Heavyweight Title (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Chick > Sauer (37:00)
ii. Chick was disqualified (29:00)
iii. Sauer > Chick (10:00)
NOTE: The main event was held under National Boxing Association rules, so the disqualification was limited to the second fall.

Friday, October 16, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Pat Reagan drew Bill Wilkins (10:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
2. Pat O’Brien beat Fred Kimball (4:30) (referee: Johnny Miller)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Bulldog Roberts (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Guthrie > Roberts (14:00)
ii. Roberts was unable to return
4. Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer to win the World Light Heavyweight Title (referee: Garrison “Hal” Scott)
i. Sauer > Nichols (29:00)
ii. Nichols > Sauer (21:00)
iii. Sauer was disqualified
5. Jack Humberto beat Alva Boggs (11:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
NOTE: Promoter Ralph Hammonds purchased the tent that had covered Leslie Stevenson’s Downtown Wrestling Arena.

Friday, October 23, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (3,000)
1. Jack Curtis beat Tony LeBlanc (8:00)
2. Pat O’Brien drew Young Stecher (30:00)
3. Dude Chick beat George Poulos (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. Chick > Poulos (16:00)
ii. Poulos was unable to return
4. Abe Coleman beat Elmer Guthrie (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Coleman > Guthrie

Friday, October 30, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Bulldog Roberts beat Spanish Jack (12:00)
2. Bobby Chick beat Jack Curtis (4:00)
3. Impromptu match: Bobby Chick beat Young Romeo (14:00)
4. Pat O’Brien beat Young Stecher (60:00)
i. O’Brien > Stecher (38:00)
ii. The time limit expired
5. Elmer Guthrie beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Guthrie
ii. Guthrie > Chick
iii. Guthrie > Chick

Friday, November 6, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Oreste Vadalfi beat Spanish Jack (11:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
2. Jack Humberto drew Red Lyons (30:00) (referee: Johnny Miller)
3. Pat O’Brien beat George Poulos via decision (45:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Poulos > O’Brien (28:00)
ii. O’Brien > Poulos (7:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Handicap match: Young Stecher, Bobby Chick & Bulldog Roberts beat Elmer Guthrie (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Guthrie > Stecher (30:00)
ii. Chick > Guthrie (21:00). Guthrie had to defeat all three men in two hours. Roberts did not have to wrestle.

Promoter: Louis “Kid” Albert (Beethoven Hall)

Thursday, November 12, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (300)
1. Joe Koronotis beat Leslie Wade (sub. Dick Kanthe) (13:00)
2. Gilberto Martinez Larrea drew Jack Fierto (60:00)
i. Larrea > Fierto (25:00)
ii. Fierto > Larrea (20:00)
iii. The time limir expired
3. Cyclone Mackey beat Tony Caponi (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Mackey > Caponi (22:00)
ii. Caponi > Mackey (9:00)
iii. Mackey > Caponi (12:00)

Friday, November 13, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Cowboy Teddy Waters beat Dr. Eddie Mueller (20:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Red Lyons drew Jack Humberto (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Lyons > Humberto (43:00)
ii. Humberto > Lyons (14:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Bobby Chick (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Chick > Nichols (12:00)
ii. Chick was counted out (7:00)
iii. Chick was unable to return

Thursday, November 19, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (300)
1. Roy Reynolds drew Leslie Wade (30:00)
2. Joe Koronotis beat Jimmy Murphy
i. Koronotis > Murphy (6:00)
ii. Murphy > Koronotis (9:00)
iii. Murphy was counted out (3:00)
3. Cyclone Mackey beat Tuffy McMullen (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. McMullen > Mackey (14:00)
ii. Mackey > McMullen (23:00)
iii. Mackey > McMullen (10:00)

Friday, November 20, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Jack Curtis drew Bill Wilkins (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Oreste Vadaldi beat Jean Callec (sub. George Craig) (8:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. George Poulos drew Young Stecher (sub. Cyclone Fox vs. Jack Humberto) (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Stecher > Poulos (38:00)
ii. Poulos > Stecher (20:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Abe Coleman (sub. Hugh Nichols) beat Ralph Hammonds (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Hammonds > Coleman (9:00)
ii. Coleman > Hammonds (8:00)
iii. Coleman > Hammonds (7:00)

Thursday, November 26, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bobby Garcia drew Tom Burgess (15:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Roughhouse Mudd drew Speedy Franks (20:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Roy Reynolds (60:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Larrea > Reynolds (25:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Bobby Novack (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Mackey > Novack (35:00)
ii. Mackey > Novack (5:00)

Friday, November 27, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Jack Callahan beat Roy Reynolds (11:30) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Gus Nelson beat Jean Callec (12:30) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Doug Marcell beat Bulldog Roberts (30:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. Abe Coleman beat Bobby Chick (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Coleman > Chick (13:00)
ii. Chick > Coleman (9:00)
iii. Coleman > Chick (13:30)

Friday, December 4, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (1,200)
1. Gus Nelson drew Bob Taylor (30:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. George Poulos drew Cyclone Fox (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Poulos > Fox (30:00)
ii. Fox > Poulos (8:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Bobby Chick beat Doug Marcell (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Chick > Marcell (48:00)
ii. Marcell > Chick (5:00)
iii. Chick > Marcell (5:00) (utc)

Wednesday, December 9, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (700)
1. Pete Cardial drew Tom Burgess (15:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Roughhouse Mudd drew Speedy Franks (30:00) (referee: Jack League)
3. Santos Salinas beat Eddie Long (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Salinas > Long (18:00)
ii. Long > Salinas (12:00)
iii. Long was disqualified (5:00)
4. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Sherrell Isdale (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Larrea > Isdale (17:00)
ii. Isdale > Larrea (15:00)
iii. Larrea > Isdale (10:00)

Friday, December 11, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. George Poulos beat Bob Taylor (18:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Gus Nelson beat Chief Chewchki (sub. Red Lyons) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Chewchki > Nelson (3:00)
ii. Nelson > Chewchki (10:00)
iii. Chewchki was disqualified (5:00)
3. Bobby Chick drew George Ligosky (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Ligosky was disqualified (18:00)
ii. No contest

Wednesday, December 16, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Tom Burgess drew Roughhouse Mudd (15:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Santos Salinas beat Speedy Franks (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Franks > Salinas (10:00)
ii. Salinas > Franks (10:00)
iii. Franks > Salinas (7:00)
3. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Tiny Gordon (sub. Vic Muhl) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Larrea > Gordon (10:00)
ii. Larrea > Gordon (10:00)
4. Eddie Long beat Jack Christie (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Christie > Long (19:00)
ii. Long > Christie (12:00)
iii. Christie was unable to return

Friday, December 18, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (3,500)
1. Curley Spheeris beat Jack Burns (10:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Cowboy Teddy Waters drew Doug Marcell (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Waters > Marcell (29:00)
ii. Marcell > Waters (19:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. George Poulos beat George Ligosky (referee: Jack Via)
i. Ligosky > Poulos (0:35)
ii. Poulos > Ligosky (9:00)
iii. Poulos > Ligosky (4:00)

Wednesday, December 23, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Raoul Trudeau drew Tom Burgess (10:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Speedy Franks beat Roughhouse Mudd (sub. George Shrader) (20:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Jack Christie beat Jack Curtis (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Curtis > Christie (18:00)
ii. Christie > Curtis
iii. Christie > Curtis (7:00)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Santos Salinas (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Salinas > Mackey (22:00)
ii. Mackey > Salinas (16:00)
iii. Mackey > Salinas (9:00)

Friday, December 25, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (800) (afternoon show)
1. Joe Londos beat Jean Callec (10:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. George Ligosky beat Pat O’Brien (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Ligosky > O’Brien (7:00)
ii. O’Brien > Ligosky (8:00)
iii. Ligosky > O’Brien (10:00)
3. Blindfold match: Young Stecher beat Stanley West (9:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
4. Billy Edwards beat George Poulos (referee: Jack Via)
i. Edwards > Poulos (15:00)
ii. Poulos > Edwards (5:00)
iii. Poulos was disqualified
NOTE: The advertised opener was a handicap between Curly Spheeris and Jean Callec & Bob Kelly.

Wednesday, December 30, 1931
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bobby Novack beat Speedy Franks (9:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Jack Christie beat Andy Anderson (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Christie > Anderson (9:00)
ii. Christie > Anderson (2:00)
3. Gilberto Martinez Larrea drew Jack Mitchell (referee: Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens)
i. Larrea > Mitchell (19:00)
ii. No contest (7:00)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Manning (referee: Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens)
i. Manning > Mackey (12:00)
ii. Mackey > Manning (23:00)
iii. Mackey > Manning (9:00)



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Promoter: Ralph Hammonds (Exposition Park)

Friday, January 1, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (2,500)
1. Joe Londos drew Jack Curtis (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. George Poulos beat Ken Hollis (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Hollis > Poulos
ii. Poulos > Hollis
iii. Poulos > Hollis
3. George Sauer beat George Ligosky (referee: Jack Via)
i. Ligosky was disqualified (18:00)
ii. Sauer > Ligosky (20:00)

Promoter: Louis “Kid” Albert (Beethoven Hall)

Wednesday, January 6, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Roughhouse Mudd beat Speedy Franks via dq (21:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Tiny Gordon (4:00) (referee: Jack League)
3. Gilberto Martinez Larrea beat Manuel Hernandez (17:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Jack Curtis (19:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
5. Jack Christie beat Red Ingram (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Christie > Ingram (17:00)
ii. Christie > Ingram (13:00)

Friday, January 8, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Red Simms beat Stanley West via dq (14:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Ken Hollis beat George Ligosky (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Hollis > Ligosky (0:32)
ii. Ligosky > Hollis (1:35)
iii. Hollis > Ligosky (1:30)
3. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat George Poulos (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Kallio > Poulos (48:00)
ii. Kallio > Poulos (2:00)

Wednesday, January 13, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (500)
1. Jack Curtis drew Joe Manning (30:00)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Sherrill Isdale (14:00)
3. Jack Christie beat Rob Roy
i. Christie > Roy (2:00)
ii. Christie > Roy (10:00)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Kirk (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Mackey > Kirk (18:00)
ii. Mackey > Kirk (9:00)

Friday, January 15, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (3,000)
1. Jean Callet beat Herman Schultz (15:26) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Ken Hollis beat Red Simms (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Simms > Hollis (9:23)
ii. Hollis > Simms (10:35)
iii. Hollis > Simms (20:17)
3. George Sauer beat Gus Kallio (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > Kallio (47:42)
ii. Sauer > Kallio (29:37)

Wednesday, January 20, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Speedy Franks beat Roughhouse Mudd (9:00)
2. Jack Christie beat Sammy George (18:00)
3. Cyclone Mackey beat Charlie Heard (formerly Eddie Long) (60:00)
i. Mackey > Heard (40:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens drew Gilberto Martinez Larrea (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. No contest (6:00)

Friday, January 22, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Red Simms beat Charlie Miller (14:20) (referee: Johnny Miller)
2. Ken Hollis beat Jean Callet (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. Caliente > Hollis (16:05)
ii. Caliente was disqualified (7:06)
iii. Caliente was disqualified (13:17)
3. World Welterweight Champion Gus Kallio beat George Sauer (120:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Kallio > Sauer (108:12)
ii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, January 27, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Speedy Franke beat Lester Page (13:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Charlie Heard drew Sammy George (30:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Manning (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Mackey > Manning (33:00)
ii. Manning was unable to return
4. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Gilberto Martinez Larrea (referee: Jack League)
i. Larrea > Stevens (7:00)
ii. Stevens > Larrea (5:00)
iii. Stevens > Larrea (1:00)

Friday, January 29, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (1,500)
1. Alva Boggs beat Eddie Seals (7:29) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Pat O’Brien beat Ken Hollis (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Hollis > O’Brien
ii. O’Brien > Hollis (10:24)
iii. O’Brien > Hollis (12:36)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Jean Callet (referee: Pat O’Brien)
i. Guthrie > Callet (18:33)
ii. Callet > Guthrie (7:51)
iii. Guthrie > Callet

Wednesday, February 3, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (500)
1. Sammy George beat Roughhouse Mudd (10:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Manuel Hernandez beat Jim Steele (10:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Charlie Heard beat Speedy Franks (27:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
4. Jack Christie beat Joe Kirk (11:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
5. Joe Manning beat Jack Curtis (referee: Eddie Meyers)
i. Curtis > Manning (14:00)
ii. Manning > Curtis (9:00)
iii. Manning > Curtis (3:00)

Friday, February 5, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Roughhouse Rex drew Charlie Miller (15:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Alva Biggs drew Harry Stoeff (30:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Otis Clingman beat Cowboy Teddy Waters (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Clingman > Waters (11:18)
ii. Waters > Clingman (6:11)
iii. Clingman > Waters (11:20)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Tsutao Higami (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Jiu-jitsu jackets: Higami > Guthrie
ii. Wrestling: Guthrie > Higami
iii. Wrestling: Guthrie > Higami (0:32)

Promoter: Eddie Vogt (Beethoven Hall)

Wednesday, February 10, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jim Steele beat Joe Shoemaker (Jean Callet) (6:00)
2. Jack Christie drew Joe Turner (30:00)
3. Gilberto Martinez Larrea drew Claude Mullens
i. Larrea > Mullens
ii. Mullens > Larrea (12:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens drew Roy Reynolds (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Stevens > Reynolds
ii. No contest

Friday, February 12, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Alva Boggs beat Tommy Marvin (21:57) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Otis Clingman beat Stanley West (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Clingman > West (10:14)
ii. Clingman > West (11:57)
3. Pat O’Brien beat Jean Callet (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Callet > O’Brien (14:24)
ii. O’Brien > Callet (16:46)
iii. Callet was disqualified
4. Billy Edwards beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens (referee: Jack Via)
i. Edwards > Stevens (9:08)
ii. Stevens > Edwards (2:06)
iii. Stevens was counted out (6:53)

Wednesday, February 17, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (250)
1. Roughhouse Rex drew Joe Turner (15:00)
2. Jack Christie drew Charlie Miller (60:00)
i. Christie > Miller (31:00)
ii. Miller > Christie (14:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Roy Reynolds beat Rudy Anderson (Roy Anderson) (sub. Tiger Mills) (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Reynolds > Anderson (14:00)
ii. Anderson > Reynolds (6:00)
iii. Reynolds > Anderson (10:00)

Friday, February 19, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Jack Burns beat Roy Anderson (13:48) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Red Simms beat Sailor Moran (8:03) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Jean Callet beat Henry Stoeff (sub. Doug Marcell) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Callet > Stoeff (23:04)
ii. Callet > Stoeff (8:45)
4. World Welterweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Otis Clingman (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Clingman > Kallio (22:47)
ii. Kallio > Clingman (17:17)
iii. Kallio > Clingman (35:05)

Wednesday, February 24, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (400)
1. Joe Kirk drew Jack Curtis (15:00)
2. Roy Anderson beat Red Hughes
i. Anderson > Hughes
ii. Hughes > Anderson
iii. Anderson > Hughes (6:00)
3. Benny Bolt drew Joe Manning (60:00)
i. Manning > Bolt (34:45)
ii. Bolt > Manning (24:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jack Christie beat Stanley Roberts (Rob Roy) (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Roberts > Christie (1:00)
ii. Christie > Roberts (9:00)
iii. Christie > Roberts (15:00)

Friday, February 26, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (4,500)
1. Jean Callet beat George Ligosky (19:31) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Otis Clingman beat Red Simms (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Clingman > Simms (33:13)
ii. The time limit expired
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Gus Kallio (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Nichols > Kallio (43:55)
ii. Nichols > Kallio (7:25)

Promoter: Louis “Kid” Alberts (Beethoven Hall, Monday)

Monday, February 29, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (142)
1. Man vs. woman exhibition match: Dot Apollo drew Dayton Foy
2. Roy Reynolds beat Manuel Hernandez
3. Joe Londos beat Joe Turner
i. –
ii. –
iii. Londos > Turner
4. Oreste Vadalfi beat Young Luttrall
i. Luttrall > Vadalfi
ii. Vadalfi > Luttrall
iii. Vadalfi > Luttrall

Wednesday, March 2, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (300)
1. Jack Curtis beat Stanley Roberts (14:00)
2. Jack Christie drew Roy Anderson (60:00)
i. Christie > Anderson (40:00)
ii. Anderson > Christie (17:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jack Burns (sub. Joe Manning) beat Benny Bolt (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Burns > Bolt (19:00)
ii. Bolt > Burns (18:00)
iii. Bolt was disqualified

Friday, March 4, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park
1. Charlie Miller drew Ug Moore (15:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Ivan Pontonoff beat Red Ingram (15:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Jean Callet (referee: Jack Via)
i. Callet > Stevens (5:06)
ii. Stevens > Callet (2:32)
iii. Callet was disqualified (3:21)
4. World Welterweight Champion Gus Kallio drew Otis Clingman (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. No contest (12:32)
NOTE: The main event was halted when a storm blew open the canvas tent over the arena.

Promoter: Eddie Meyers (Beethoven Hall, Tuesday)

Tuesday, March 8, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
NOTE: This card was cancelled when fewer than 50 seats were sold.

Wednesday, March 9, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Roy Anderson beat Jack Burns
i. Anderson > Burns (21:00)
ii. Anderson > Burns (12:30)
2. Andy the Wrestling Bear beat Benny Bolt (3rd). The match was slated for ten 2-minute rounds.
3. Mervin Barackman beat Jack Christie (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Christie > Barackman (21:00)
ii. Barackman > Christie (13:00)
iii. Barackman > Christie (13:00)

Friday, March 18, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (3,000)
1. Andy the Wrestling Bear drew Tiny Simmons. The match was slated for five 2-minute rounds. (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Red Simms beat Mervin Barackman (26:24) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
3. Ivan Pontonoff beat Paul Orth (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Orth > Pontonoff (15:47)
ii. Orth was disqualified (5:47)
iii. Orth was disqualified (14:21)
4. Jean Callet beat George Poulos (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Poulos > Callet (17:57)
ii. Callet > Poulos (16:46)
iii. Callet > Poulos (4:10) (utc)

Tuesday, March 22, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (250)
1. Joe Londos beat Joe Kirk (12:00)
2. Dot Apollo beat Sammy Gloria (10:00)
3. Joe Turner beat Raoul “Frenchy” Trudeau
i. –
ii. –
iii. Turner > Trudeau
4. Charlie Miller beat Stanley Roberts (12:00) (referee: Roughhouse Rex)
5. Jack Curtis beat Dayton Foy
i. Curtis > Foy
ii. Curtis > Foy

Friday, March 25, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Tented Arena at Exposition Park (2,000)
1. Sammy George drew Charlie Heard (10:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Alva Boggs drew Billy Love (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. George Sauer beat Paul Orth (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Orth > Sauer (16:30)
ii. Sauer > Orth (15:40)
iii. Sauer > Orth (7:40)
4. Billy Edwards beat Jean Callet (referee: Jack Via)
i. Callet > Edwards (18:00)
ii. Edwards > Callet (7:00)
iii. Callet was unable to return

Tuesday, March 29, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Stanley Roberts beat Joe Kirk (18:00)
2. Speedy Franks drew Bill Wilkins (30:00)
3. Dayton Foy beat Joe Manning (60:00)
i. Foy > Manning (39:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Jack Curtis beat Joe Turner (referee: Roughhouse Rex)
i. Curtis > Turner (12:00)
ii. Turner > Curtis (5:00)
iii. Turner was disqualified

Friday, April 1, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (3,000)
1. Alva Boggs beat Billy Love (15:40)
2. Dude Chick beat George Sauer (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Sauer > Chick (15:00)
ii. Chick > Sauer
iii. Chick > Sauer (1:00)
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Jack Callahan)
i. Nichols > Fox (10:46)
ii. Fox > Nichols (5:53)
iii. Nichols > Fox (6:05)

Tuesday, April 5, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (200)
1. Dayton Foy drew Jimmy Walker (15:00)
2. Dot Apollo beat Joe Edwards (8:00)
3. Joe Londos beat Frenchy Trudeau
4. Speedy Franks drew Bill Wilkins (60:00) (referee: Roughhouse Rex)
i. Franks > Wilkins (23:00)
ii. Wilkins > Franks (26:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Jack Fuente beat Charlie Miller (sub. Pat O’Leary)
i. Miller > Fuente (12:00)
ii. Fuente > Miller
iii. Fuente > Miller

Friday, April 8, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. August Sepp beat Alva Boggs (17:57) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens beat Paul Orth (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Stevens > Orth
ii. Orth > Stevens (7:42)
iii. Orth was disqualified (4:00)
3. George Sauer beat Dude Chick (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Sauer > Chick (18:15)
ii. Chick > Sauer (8:59)
iii. Sauer > Chick (7:37)

Promoter: George Dilworth (Negro Recreation Center)

Monday, April 11, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Negro Recreation Center
1. Roughhouse Pete Bailey beat Dynamite Mose (11:00)
2. Wee Wee Dimry beat Roughhouse Perryman (9:00)
3. Wildcat Howlett beat Strangler Crisp
i. Howlett > Crisp
ii. Howlett > Crisp
4. George Dilworth drew Speedy Henderson
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
5. Cyclone Carl beat Little Bennie Little
i. Carl > Little (20:00)
ii. Carl > Little (11:00)

Tuesday, April 12, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Roy Walker vs Joe Botonis
2. Bill Wilkins vs. Mike Helms
3. Roughhouse Mudd vs. Speedy Franks

Friday, April 15, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (1,000+)
1. George Craig drew Abe Morris (30:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Ralph Hammonds beat Jack Burns (13:30) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Ivan Pontonoff beat George Ligosky (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Ligosky > Pontonoff (22:30)
ii. Pontonoff > Ligosky (2:06)
iii. Ligosky was unable to return
4. Dude Chick beat George Poulos (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Poulos > Chick (26:00)
ii. Chick > Poulos (5:19)
iii. Poulos was disqualified (4:06)

Friday, April 22, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
NOTE: The card was moved to Beethoven Hall due to bad weather, but with only 100 tickets sold, the show was cancelled.

Promoter: George Dilworth, Alamo Athletic Club (Leonard Roof)

Monday, April 25, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Dynamite Mose beat Pete Flores (15:00)
2. Roughhouse Pete Bailey beat “Red Ox” Sonny Butler (3:00)
3. Little Joe Johnston beat Willie McNeil
4. Mickey Mouse Christian drew Flying Matthews
5. George Dilworth drew Speedy Henderson (60:00)
i. Dilworth > Henderson (22:00)
ii. Henderson > Dilworth (28:00)
iii. The time limit expired
6. Cyclone Carl beat Wildcat Carl (referee: Julius Osborne)
i. Cyclone Carl > Wildcat Carl (12:00)
ii. Cyclone Carl > Wildcat Carl (8:00)

Tuesday, April 26, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Comanche Kid drew Bill Wilkins (30:00)
2. Paul “Roughhouse” Rex beat Sammy George via dq
3. Joe Londos drew Charlie Miller (60:00)
i. Miller > Londos (43:00)
ii. Londos > Miller (14:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Friday, April 29, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (600)
1. Ralph Hammonds beat Alva Boggs (8:56)
2. Handicap match: Les Grimes beat Fred Kupfer & Jack Burns
i. Grimes > Kupfer (18:06)
ii. Grimes > Burns (14:12). Grimes had to defeat both men in 60 minutes.
3. Handicap match: Mike Howard & George Poulos beat Ivan Pontonoff (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Pontonoff > Howard (24:54)
ii. The time limit expired. Pontonoff had to defeat both men in 60 minutes.

Monday, May 2, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Bobby Bailey drew Flying Matthews (15:00)
2. Jessie McNeil drew Dusty Harris
3. Willie McNeil beat John Girvin (6:00)
4. Wee Wee Dimry beat The Unknown
i. Dimry > Unknown (8:00)
ii. Dimry > Unknown (2:00)
5. Julius Osborne beat Speedy Henderson
i. Osborne > Henderson (1:30)
ii. Henderson > Osborne (15:00)
iii. Osborne > Henderson (7:00)

Saturday, May 7, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (650)
1. Ralph Hammonds beat Johnny Cuccia (8:24)
2. Les Grimes beat George Ligosky
i. Grimes > Ligosky (7:27)
ii. Grimes > Ligosky (1:53)
3. Walter Stratton drew George Craig (60:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. Doug Marcel beat George Poulos
i. Marcel > Poulos (11:07)
ii. Poulos > Marcel (11:47)
iii. Marcell > Poulos (7:25)
NOTE: This card was postponed from May 6 due to rain.

Promoter: Louis “Kid” Albert (South Alamo Street)

Wednesday, May 11, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Curtis beat Frenchy Trudeau (16:20)
2. Charlie Heard beat Comanche Kid
i. Kid > Heard (24:00)
ii. Heard > Kid (16:30)
iii. Heard > Kid (1:00)
3. Joe Manning (sub. Bill Wilkins) drew Sammy George (45:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. George > Manning (26:00)
ii. George was counted out (7:00)
iii. The time limit expired
NOTE: The scheduled main event of Tuffy McMullen vs. Kid Lewis was cancelled because McMullen was not present. All ticket holders were offered free tickets for the next week.

Friday, May 13, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (600)
1. Frank Murdoch beat Ralph Hammonds
i. Hammonds > Murdoch (15:02)
ii. Murdoch > Hammonds (8:17)
iii. Murdoch > Hammonds (3:17)
2. Rex Mobley beat Young Stecher
i. Mobley > Stecher (23:46)
ii. Stecher > Mobley
iii. Stecher was disqualified (5:30)
3. Les Grimes beat Doug Marcel (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Marcel > Grimes (20:17)
ii. Grimes > Marcel (8:24)
iii. Marcel was counted out

Monday, May 16, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Flying Matthews beat Curley Lewis (3:00)
2. Red Patterson beat Dusty Harris (14:00)
3. Tornado Turner beat Clarence Green (6:00)
4. Julius Osborne beat George Dilworth
i. Osborne > Dilworth (6:00)
ii. Osborne > Dilworth (3:30)
5. Cyclone Carl beat Wildcat Holmes
i. Carl > Holmes (7:00)
ii. Carl > Holmes (15:00)

Wednesday, May 18, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Cyclone Carl beat Speedy Henderson (24:00)
2. Manuel Hernandez drew Sailor Vick (15:00)
3. Jack Curtis beat Comanche Kid
i. Curtis > Kid (14:00)
ii. Kid > Curtis (15:00)
iii. Curtis > Kid (5:30)
4. Charlie Heard beat Sammy George (referee: Oreste Vadalfi)
i. Heard > George (25:00)
ii. George > Heard (12:00)
iii. George was disqualified (7:00)

Friday, May 20, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (2,500)
1. Stanley Buresh beat Frank Murdoch
i. Buresh > Murdoch (14:46)
ii. Murdoch > Buresh (9:43)
iii. Buresh > Murdoch (10:10)
2. Walter Stratton beat Doug Marcel
i. Marcel > Stratton (15:00)
ii. Stratton > Marcel
iii. Marcel was unable to return
3. Billy Edwards beat Young Stecher (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Edwards > Stecher (19:36)
ii. Stecher > Edwards (11:46)
iii. Edwards > Stecher (6:00)

Monday, May 23, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Dynamite Mose drew George Hilliard (10:00)
2. Mickey Mouse Christian beat “Red Ox” Sonny Butler
3. Sammy Howard drew Wee Wee Dimry
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Cyclone Carl beat Speedy Williams
i. Carl > Williams (7:00)
ii. Carl > Williams (8:00)

Wednesday, May 25, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall (350)
1. Mack McNeil beat Lester Offutt (9:00)
2. Joe Manning beta Comanche Kid (11:55)
3. Jack Curtis drew Sammy George (20:00)
4. Charlie Heard beat Louis DeLoyal
i. DeLoyal > Heard (13:35)
ii. Heard > DeLoyal (6:10)
iii. Heard > DeLoyal (2:50)
5. Oreste Vadalfi beat Joe Kanton (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Kanton > Vadalfi (2:00)
ii. Vadalfi > Kanton (2:30)
iii. Vadalfi > Kanton (1:00)
NOTE: The opening match was between soldiers from Fort Sam Houston.

Friday, May 27, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (2,500)
1. Frank Murdoch drew “Cactus” Pete Brown (45:00)
2. Handicap match: Charlie Heard (sub. Tuffy McMullen) beat Dr. Vernon Breedlove (30:00)
i. Breedlove > Heard (20:21)
ii. The time limit expired. Breedlove had to win two falls in 30 minutes.
3. George Craig beat Pat O’Brien
i. Craig > O’Brien (16:00)
ii. O’Brien > Craig (11:47)
iii. O’Brien was disqualified (4:00)
4. Walter Stratton drew Stanley Buresh (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Buresh > Stratton (23:04)
ii. Stratton > Buresh (22:50)
iii. The time limit expired

Monday, May 30, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof (300)
1. Black Cyclone Kelly drew Little Bates (10:00)
2. Robbie Meyers beat James Durand (6:00)
3. Wildcat Holmes beat Little Bennie Little
i. Little > Holmes (8:00)
ii. Holmes > Little
iii. Holmes > Little

Wednesday, June 1, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall (250)
1. Comanche Kid beat Charlie Moore
2. Bill Wilkins beat Lester Offutt (9:55)
3. Charlie Heard beat Eddie Sharp
i. Sharp > Heard (13:35)
ii. Heard > Sharp (3:48)
iii. Heard > Sharp (10:23)
4. Oreste Vadalfi beat George Potolis
i. Potolis > Vadalfi (16:58)
ii. Vadalfi > Potolis (4:15)
iii. Potolis was unable to return

Friday, June 3, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (2,500)
1. Jack Domar beat Jack Curtis (9:24) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. George Craig beat Frank Murdoch (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Craig > Murdoch (26:03)
ii. Craig > Murdoch (7:24)
3. Silent Rattan beat Charlie Heard (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Rattan > Heard (22:17)
ii. Rattan > Heard (8:06)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Walter Stratton (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Nichols > Stratton (10:26)
ii. Stratton > Nichols (6:00)
iii. Nichols > Stratton (7:00)

Monday, June 6, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Kid Usher beat Speedy Aplin
2. Wee Wee Dimry beat James Duran
i. Dimry > Duran
ii. Dimry > Duran
3. Clarence Green drew Bert Dimry (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Cyclone Carl beat Little Bennie Little
i. Carl > Little
ii. Little was unable to return

Friday, June 10, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (2,500)
1. Charlie Heard drew Jack Curtis (15:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Silent Rattan beat Jack Domar (20:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Walter Stratton beat Red Lindsay (referee: Bulldog Mallory)
i. Stratton > Lindsay (11:15)
ii. Lindsay > Stratton (12:40)
iii. Stratton > Lindsay (12:09)
4. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat George Craig (referee: Jack Via)
i. Kallio > Craig (19:15)
ii. Craig > Kallio (6:40)
iii. Kallio > Craig (7:35)

Monday, June 13, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Speedy Aplin drew Christopher Carrington (15:00)
2. Homer Johnson drew George Dilworth
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
3. Kid Curley drew Flying Matthews (60:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired

Promoter: Oreste Vadalfi (Beethoven Hall)

Wednesday, June 15, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall (100)
1. Frenchy Trudeau drew Joe Garcia
2. Louis Toltezel drew Joe Manning
3. Sailor Vick beat Charlie Kandlin
i. –
ii. –
iii. Vick > Kandlin

Friday, June 17, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (2,500)
1. Jack Curtis beat Bobby Garcia (8:14) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Red Lindsay beat Frank Murdoch (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Silent Rattan beat Billy Romanoff (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Rattan > Romanoff (15:37)
ii. Rattan > Romanoff (9:27)
4. Walter Stratton beat Gus Kallio (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Kallio > Stratton (33:15)
ii. Stratton > Kallio (17:55)
iii. Stratton > Kallio (8:48)

Monday, June 20, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Wee Wee Dimry vs. Sailor McNeil
2. Handicap match: Cyclone Carl vs. Tornado Sterling & Little Bennie Little. Carl had to beat both men in 60 minutes.

Friday, June 24, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (2,300)
1. Charlie Heard beat Bill Harrison (7:40)
2. Silent Rattan beat Tuffy McMullen (17:49)
3. George Craig beat Red Lindsay
i. Craig > Lindsay (19:36)
ii. Lindsay > Craig (8:41)
iii. Craig > Lindsay (18:15)
4. Walter Stratton beat George Sauer
i. Stratton > Sauer (15:04)
ii. Sauer > Stratton (13:03)
iii. Stratton > Sauer (6:30)

Monday, June 27, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Leonard Roof
1. Curley Lewis vs. Flying Matthews
2. Sailor McNeal vs. Strangler Crisp
3. Cyclone Carl vs. Tornado Sterling

Friday, July 1, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
NOTE: This card was postponed until July 2 and then cancelled due to bad weather.

Friday, July 8, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Bob Miller beat Jack Curtis (9:57) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
2. Silent Rattan beat Bulldog Mallory (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Rattan > Mallory (8:46)
ii. Rattan > Mallory (3:20)
3. George Poulos drew Red Lindsay (60:00) (referee: Leslie Pfeiffer)
i. Poulos > Lindsay (32:29)
ii. Lindsay > Poulos (11:49)
iii. The time limit expired
4. George Sauer beat Billy Edwards (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Edwards > Sauer (14:14)
ii. Sauer > Edwards (5:06)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (2:30)

Friday, July 15, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (3,500)
1. Alva Boggs beat Doc Haines
2. Walter Stratton beat Young Stecher (25:11)
3. George Sauer beat Frank Murdoch (14:00)
4. Boxing: George Poulos beat Red Lindsay via dq (4th) (referee: Bob Warren)
5. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Silent Rattan (referee: Ted Hinton)
i. Ratan > Reynolds (28:36)
ii. Rattan was counted out
iii. Rattan was unable to return

Wednesday, July 20, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (500)
1. Jack Curtis drew Bill Harrison (20:00)
2. Ted Travis beat Lee Meyers
i. Meyers > Travis (13:00)
ii. Travis > Meyers (10:00)
iii. Travis > Meyers (9:00)
3. Boxing: Red Lindsay beat George Poulos
NOTE: Postponed from July 19 due to bad weather.

Friday, July 22, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Ted Travis beat Bob Miller via dq (5:27) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. George Poulos drew Young Stecher (30:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Red Lindsay via dq (19:20) (referee: Bill Harrison)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Walter Stratton
i. Nichols > Stratton (14:56)
ii. Nichols > Stratton (6:20)

Friday, July 29, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Lee Meyers drew Rex Mobley (15:00)
2. Ted Travis beat Pat O’Brien (10:34)
3. Walter Stratton beta George Craig
i. Stratton > Craig (22:01)
ii. Craig > Stratton (10:02)
iii. Stratton > Craig (0:56)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Red Lindsay
i. Fox > Lindsay (18:54)
ii. Lindsay > Fox (13:42)
iii. Fox > Lindsay

Friday, August 5, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (500)
1. Paul Barth drew Hans Wagner (30:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Red Michael beat Tuffy McMullen (14:53) (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Impromptu challenge: Red Michael beat Flying Bettes (10:14)
4. Impromptu challenge: Red Michael beat Bill Harrison (6:00) (referee: Lefty Craig)
5. Ted Travis beat George Craig (referee: Tiny Gordon)
i. Craig > Travis (5:34)
ii. Travis > Craig (5:52)
iii. Travis > Craig (1:31)
6. Cyclone Fox beat Walter Stratton (referee: Tiny Gordon)
i. Fox > Stratton (14:44)
ii. Stratton > Fox (5:02)
iii. Fox > Stratton (5:02)

Friday, August 12, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Tony Canales drew Tommy Rascon (15:00)
2. Sheik Mar Allah beat Jack Curtis (14:37)
3. Ted Travis drew Silent Olson Condell (60:00)
i. Condell > Travis (19:06)
ii. Travis > Condell (10:15)
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Red Michael (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Michael > Reynolds (16:43)
ii. Reynolds > Michael (11:35)
iii. Reynolds > Michael (4:00)

Friday, August 19, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (1,000)
1. Charlie Heard drew Red Michael (30:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Sheik Mar Allah (referee: Foxy Stevens)
i. Mar Allah > Rattan (10:33)
ii. Rattan > Mar Allah (6:24)
iii. Mar Allah was disqualified (5:37)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Ted Travis (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Fox > Travis (9:35)
ii. Travis > Fox (3:40)
iii. Fox > Travis (3:00)

Friday, August 26, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Jack Curtis beat Bill Harrison (11:07)
2. Silent Rattan drew Red Michael (20:00)
3. Ted Travis beat Red Lindsay (referee: Johnny Miller)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Lindsay was disqualified
4. George Poulos beat Sheik Mar Allah
i. Mar Allah > Poulos
ii. Poulos > Mar Allah
iii. Poulos > Mar Allah

Friday, September 2, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
NOTE: This card was postponed until September 3 and then cancelled due to bad weather.

Friday, September 9, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Sol Schlegel beat Paul Hansbrook (6:00)
2. Foxy Stevens drew Silent Olson Condell
3. Alvin Britt beat Bob Brown (sub. Cyclone Fox)
i. Brown > Britt (3:30)
ii. Britt > Brown
iii. Britt > Brown
4. Red Demon beat Red Lindsay (referee: Tiny Gordon)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Demon > Lindsay

Friday, September 16, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Alvin Britt beat Paul Murdoch (18:00)
2. Impromptu challenge: Alvin Britt beat Chief Stein (5:00)
3. Impromptu challenge: Alvin Britt beat Manuel Hernandez (6:00)
4. Silent Rattan beat Ted Dishroon
i. Rattan > Dishroon (9:00)
ii. Rattan > Dishroon (7:00)
5. Red Demon beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Demon (10:44)
ii. Demon > Edwards (13:10)
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Friday, September 23, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park (3,000)
1. Jack Humberto beat Pat O’Brien (16:55) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Red Demon beat Billy Edwards (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. Demon > Edwards (15:47)
ii. Edwards > Demon (6:15)
iii. Demon > Edwards
3. Alvin Britt beat Art Mondt (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Mondt was disqualified
ii. The match was abandoned due to heavy rain

Friday, September 30, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Manuel Hernandez beat Tommy Moss (25:40)
2. Red Simms beat Henry Skimms (12:34)
3. Red Demon beat Cowboy Luttrall (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Demon > Luttrall (15:34)
ii. Demon > Luttrall (6:55)
4. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Silent Rattan
i. Rattan > Kallio (23:00)
ii. Kallio > Rattan (25:50)
iii. Kallio > Rattan (18:00)

Friday, October 7, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Ted Travis beat Manuel Hernandez (4:25)
2. Paul Murdoch beat Curley Smith (sub. Henry Skimms) (8:03)
3. Silent Rattan beat Sheik Mar Allah (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Mar Allah > Rattan (12:50)
ii. Rattan > Mar Allah (9:45)
iii. Mar Allah was disqualified (9:45)
4. Handicap match: Red Demon beat Jack O’Brien & Sol Schlegel (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Demon > O’Brien (7:03)
ii. Demon > Schlegel (utc)
NOTE: Wrestling moved indoors to Beethoven Hall the next week.

Friday, October 14, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Paul Murdoch beat Manuel Hernandez (sub. Tony Fuentes) (8:00)
2. Harvey Hudkins drew Russell Austin (20:00)
3. Tom Alley beat Chief War Eagle
i. War Eagle > Alley
ii. Alley > War Eagle (7:35)
iii. Alley > War Eagle (1:55)
4. Sol Schlegel beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Blackstock > Schlegel (17:00)
ii. Schlegel > Blackstock (7:31)
iii. Blackstock was disqualified (3:00)

Friday, October 21, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bob Montgomery (sub. Jack Humberto) beat Pat O’Brien (12:31)
2. Ralph Hammonds beat Tiny Gordon (7:12)
3. Billy Edwards drew Tom Alley (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Alley > Edwards (24:38)
ii. Edwards > Alley (9:57)
iii. No contest
4. Red Demon beat Sol Schlegel (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Schlegel > Demon (17:30)
ii. Demon > Schlegel (15:30)
iii. Demon > Schlegel (4:49)

Friday, October 28, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Silent Rattan beat Benny Wilson
2. Tom Alley beat Bob Montgomery
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Red Demon
i. –
ii. –
iii. Red Demon was disqualified
NOTE: Red Demon was briefly unmasked as was identified as Sailor Jack Lewis by some fans in attendance.

Friday, November 4, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Benny Bolt beat Frenchy Trudeau (sub. Ug Moore) (16:11)
2. Silent Rattan beat Joe Reno (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Rattan > Reno (18:53)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Tom Alley beat Jim Atlas
i. Alley > Atlas (8:23)
ii. Atlas > Alley
iii. Alley > Atlas (11:45)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Sol Schlegel
i. Guthrie > Schlegel (12:22)
ii. Schlegel > Guthrie (8:47)
iii. Guthrie > Schlegel (4:00)

Friday, November 11, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Billy Hartsell beat Frenchy Trudeau (7:25)
2. Benny Bolt beat Benny Wilson
i. Bolt > Wilson (15:35)
ii. Bolt > Wilson (9:16)
3. Elmer Guthrie drew Tom Alley (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. Silent Rattan beat Joe Reno (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Reno > Rattan (14:50)
ii. Rattan > Reno (6:20)
iii. Reno was disqualified

Friday, November 18, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Benny Bolt beat Billy Hartsell
i. Hartsell > Bolt (10:33)
ii. Bolt > Hartsell
iii. Bolt > Hartsell
2. Paul Orth beat Red Lindsay
i. Lindsay > Orth (17:25)
ii. Orth > Lindsay (4:03)
iii. Orth > Lindsay (11:12)
3. Tom Alley beat Sailor Jack Lewis (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Alley > Lewis (21:52)
ii. Lewis > Alley (12:44)
iii. Alley > Lewis

Wednesday, November 23, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Dave Snodgrass drew Eddie Kettler (15:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Benny Bolt beat Bill Harrison (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. Bolt > Harrison (17:30)
ii. Harrison > Bolt (16:47)
iii. Bolt > Harrison (1:00)
3. Wrestler vs. boxer: Ralph Hammonds beat Bob Warren (referee: Jack League). The match was held in two-minute rounds
i. Hammonds > Warren (4th – 0:31)
ii. Hammonds > Warren (5th – 0:25)

Friday, November 25, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Manuel Hernandez drew Eddie Kettler (15:00)
2. Tsutao Higami beat Benny Bolt
i. Higami > Bolt (10:35)
ii. Bolt > Higami (7:43)
iii. Higami > Bolt (8:57)
3. Alvin Britt drew Juan Humberto (60:00) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. Tom Alley beat Mustapha Pasha
i. Pasha > Alley (7:27)
ii. Alley > Pasha (11:06)
iii. Alley > Pasha (4:15)

Friday, December 2, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Silent Olson Condell beat George Craig (11:25) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
2. Mustapha Pasha beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Pasha > Fox
ii. Fox was unable to return
3. Tsutao Higami beat Sheik Mar Allah (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Mar Allah was disqualified (19:45)
ii. Higami > Mar Allah (11:05)

Friday, December 9, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack League beat Paul Murdoch (5:55)
2. Mustapha Pasha beat Red Lindsay
i. Pasha > Lindsay (16:45)
ii. Pasha > Lindsay (2:30)
3. Tsutao Higami beat Silent Rattan
i. Higami > Rattan (15:32)
ii. Rattan > Higami (2:15)
iii. Higami > Rattan (4:10)

Promoter: Charles Wright. Ralph Hammonds sold his local interests to Bert Willoughby of Dallas with Wright installed as the local promoter.

Friday, December 16, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Steve Nenoff beat Frenchy Trudeau (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Nenoff > Trudeau (23:40)
ii. Nenoff > Trudeau (9:35)
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Jack League via dq (referee: Eddie Vogt)
3. Frank Wolff beat Bill Hassen
i. Wolff > Hassen (18:12)
ii. Wolff > Hassen (9:35)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Mustapha Pasha
i. Pasha > Guthrie (15:25)
ii. Guthrie > Pasha (5:20)
iii. Guthrie > Pasha (2:05)

Friday, December 23, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Frank Wolff beat Silent Olson Condell (22:29)
2. Bob Montgomery drew Tony Catalino (60:00)
i. Catalino > Montgomery (16:57)
ii. Montgomery > Catalino (14:03)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Silent Rattan beat Ernie Arthur
i. Arthur > Rattan (0:33)
ii. Rattan > Arthur (21:02)
iii. Rattan > Arthur (9:00)

Friday, December 30, 1932
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Frenchy Trudeau beat Jack Garcia (8:37)
2. Frank Wolff beat Cliff White (21:22) (referee: Garrett “Hal” Scott)
3. Sol Schlegel beat Bob Montgomery (45:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Schlegel > Montgomery (33:28)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Tsutao Higami beat Silent Rattan
i. Rattan > Higami (24:26)
ii. Higami > Rattan
iii. Rattan was unable to return
NOTE: Previews stated that that recognition as the world junior middleweight champion by the National Wrestling Association would “likely be granted sooner or later.”

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NOTE: Throughout 1933, many amateur cards featuring boxing and wrestling were held in San Antonio. Most of these were free shows held at Breckenridge Park. The wrestling matches seem to have been held with professional rules, and often featured wrestlers who would sometimes appear in opening matches on the professional cards listed here. However, it is unclear whether these matches were contests or exhibitions. For this reason, they are not included.

Promoter: Charles Wright.

Friday, January 6, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Frenchy Trudeau beat Leonard Hasse (4:27)
2. Manuel Hernandez drew Dr. Eddie Mueller (15:00)
3. Jack League beat Jack O’Brien (0:34)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Chief War Eagle (referee: Bob Connor)
i. Fox > War Eagle (23:43)
ii. War Eagle was unable to return
5. Billy Edwards beat Sol Schlegel (referee: Jesse Wilson)
i. Edwards > Schlegel (18:59)
ii. Edwards > Schlegel

Friday, January 13, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Charlie Heard beat Frenchy Trudeau
2. Jack League beat Jack Clancy (8:16) (referee: Hal Scott)
3. Paul Orth beat Ken Hollis (14:33)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Ernie Glover (45:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Fox > Glover (30:29)
ii. The time limit expired
5. Billy Edwards beat Tom Alley (referee: Bob Connor)
i. Edwards > Alley (34:54)
ii. Alley > Edwards (8:57)
iii. Edwards > Alley (6:36)

Friday, January 20, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Manuel Hernandez beat Eddie Kettler (4:57)
2. Farmer Vance beat Bill Hassen (12:25)
3. Oscar Lindsey drew Ernie Glover (15:00)
4. George Sauer beat Paul Orth (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Sauer > Orth (14:56)
ii. Orth > Sauer (9:20)
iii. Orth was disqualified
5. Billy Edwards beat Albion Britt (referee: Bob Connor)
i. Edwards > Britt (14:03)
ii. Britt > Edwards (7:26)
iii. Edwards > Britt

Friday, January 27, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Alva Boggs drew Manuel Hernandez
2. Albion Britt drew Art Mondt
3. Frank Wolf beat Farmer Vance (referee: Eddie Vogt)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Billy Edwards (referee: Jack League)
i. Edwards was disqualified
ii. Guthrie > Edwards (4:04)

Friday, February 3, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Alva Boggs beat Otis Headrick (11:00) (referee: Hal Scott)
2. Bob Montgomery beat Jack Clancy (12:00) (referee: Hal Scott)
3. Paul Orth beat Red Lindsay (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Orth > Lindsay (20:00)
ii. Orth > Lindsay (6:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Elmer Guthrie (referee: Jack League)
i. Nichols > Guthrie (18:00)
ii. Guthrie > Nichols (6:00)
iii. Nichols > Guthrie

Friday, February 10, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Benny Bolt drew Sheik Mar Allah (15:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Dutch Mantell beat Ernie Arthur (13:35) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
3. Paul Orth beat Bob Montgomery (45:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Orth > Montgomery (33:57)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Jack League (referee: Jack Via)
i. League > Edwards (0:59)
ii. Edwards > League (7:53)
iii. Edwards > League (0:22)

Friday, February 17, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Cyclone Fox beat Paul Bozzell (7:57) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Mustapha Pasha drew Bill Americus (45:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Pasha > Americus (18:52)
ii. Americus > Pasha (17:22)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jack League beat Oscar Lindsey (1:13) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
4. Billy Edwards beat Paul Orth (referee: Jack Via)
i. Orth > Edwards (7:46)
ii. Edwards > Orth (4:35)
iii. Orth was unable to return

Friday, February 24, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Jack League drew Roy “Father” Lumpkin (30:00)
2. Pete Brown beat Paul Murdoch (45:00)
i. Brown > Murdoch (28:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Paul Orth beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Orth > Fox (16:00)
ii. Fox > Orth (5:29)
iii. Orth > Fox

Friday, March 3, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Cyclone Fox beat Jack Clancy
i. Fox > Clancy (18:43)
ii. Fox > Clancy (1:25)
2. Pete Brown beat Swede Olson (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Olson > Brown (8:26)
ii. Brown > Olson (8:23)
iii. Brown > Olson (7:57)
3. Jack League beat Roy “Father” Lumpkin
i. Lumpkin > League (20:21)
ii. League > Lumpkin (5:57)
iii. League > Lumpkin (1:00)

Friday, March 10, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall (3,200)
1. Tommy Heinz beat Frenchy Trudeau
2. Pete Brown beat Ken Hollis
i. Brown > Hollis
ii. Hollis was unable to return
3. Frank Wolff beat Red Lindsay (referee: Eddie Vogt)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Paul Orth (referee: Jack League)
i. Orth > Fox (11:09)
ii. Fox > Orth
iii. Orth > Fox

Friday, March 17, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Harrison drew Frenchy Trudeau (15:00)
2. Red Lindsay beat Ken Hollis
3. Paul Orth beat Swede Olson
i. Orth > Olson (11:02)
ii. Olson > Orth (4:26)
iii. Orth > Olson (5:16)
4. Pete Brown beat Cyclone Fox
i. Brown > Fox (14:08)
ii. Fox > Brown
iii. Brown > Fox (4:00)

Monday, March 20, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium (2,900)
1. Ken Hollis beat Swede Olson (9:40)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Red Lindsay (19:20)
3. Paul Orth beat Pete Brown via dq (15:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)

Friday, March 24, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Harrison beat Dutch Kid (referee: Carl Geyer)
2. Ken Hollis (sub. George Craig) drew Red Lindsay (45:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Hollis > Lindsay
ii. Lindsay > Hollis
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jack League beat George Michaeloff (12:08) (referee: Carl Geyer)
4. John Kilonis beat Pete Brown (referee: Jack Via)
i. Brown > Kilonis (19:15)
ii. Kilonis > Brown (11:16)
iii. Kilonis > Brown (2:05)

Friday, March 31, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Red Lindsay drew Otis Headrick (15:00)
2. Joe Kopecky beat Ken Hollis (4:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat John Kilonis (referee: Jack League)
i. Kilonis was disqualified (7:00)
ii. Scheduled for three falls, but League gave the match to Guthrie
4. Pete Brown beat Paul Orth
i. Brown > Orth (12:00)
ii. Orth > Brown (5:28)
iii. Brown > Orth (6:00)

Friday, April 7, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Harrison drew Speedy Franks (15:00)
2. Pat O’Brien drew George Poulos (30:00)
3. Joe Kopecky beat Red Lindsay
i. Kopecky > Lindsay (26:25)
ii. Kopecky > Lindsay (6:28)
4. John Kilonis beat Jack League (sub. Al Karasick) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Kilonis > League (14:54)
ii. League was unable to return
5. Impromptu match: Pat O’Brien beat John Kilonis via dq (referee: Eddie Vogt)

Friday, April 14, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Ernie Glover drew Stanley Rogers (15:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. George Michaeloff beat Oscar Lindsey (15:23) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
3. Jim Logas beat Farmer Vance (8:00)
4. Paul Orth beat Jack Callahan
i. Orth > Callahan (16:02)
ii. Orth > Callahan (4:06)
5. Billy Edwards beat John Kilonis (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Kilonis > Edwards (10:00)
ii. Edwards > Kilonis (10:52)
iii. Edwards > Kilonis (2:00)

Friday, April 21, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Harrison drew Tiger Mudd (15:00)
2. Jim Logan beat Jack Sullivan
3. Al Karasick beat Pat O’Brien (45:00)
i. Karasick > O’Brien (36:16)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Frank Wolff beat Paul Orth (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Orth > Wolff (2:05)
ii. Wolff > Orth (13:45)
iii. Wolff > Orth

Friday, April 28, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Tiger Mills beat Tiger Mudd (7:26) (referee: Hal Scott)
2. Harry Demetral beat Paul Murdoch (sub. Frank Murdoch) (9:14) (referee: Hal Scott)
3. Joe Kopecky beat Jack Callahan (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Callahan > Kopecky (12:35)
ii. Kopecky > Callahan
iii. Kopecky > Callahan
4. Al Karasick beat George Poulos (referee: Les Pfeiffer)
i. Karasick > Poulos (27:25)
ii. Karasick > Poulos (1:00)

Friday, May 5, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Bill Harrison beat Frenchy Trudeau (11:42)
2. Elmer Guthrie drew Juan Humberto (30:00)
3. Al Karasick beat Dude Chick (45:00) (referee: Jack League)
i. Karasick > Chick (9:25)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Billy Edwards (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Nichols > Edwards (15:17)
ii. Edwards > Nichols (8:42)
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Friday, May 12, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Bill Harrison beat Cyclone Sanders (7:00) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
2. Dude Chick beat George Ligosky (10:01) (referee: Eddie Vogt)
3. Walter “Sneeze” Achiu beat Jack Callahan (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Achiu > Callahan (17:00)
ii. Achiu > Callahan (10:05)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Al Karasick (referee: Jack League)
i. Karasick > Nichols (23:00)
ii. Nichols > Karasick (11:00)
iii. Nichols > Karasick (11:00)

Friday, May 19, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Charlie Heard drew Frenchy Trudeau (15:00)
2. Joe Parelli beat Bull Smith (16:00)
3. Dude Chick beat Ernie Glover (referee: Jack League)
i. Chick > Glover (20:00)
ii. Glover was unable to return
4. Frank Wolff beat George Sauer (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Wolff > Sauer (25:00)
ii. Sauer > Wolf (8:00) (Eddie Vogt replaced Scott)
iii. Wolff > Sauer (6:00)

Friday, May 26, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Bill Harrison beat Leonard Hasse (9:52)
2. Joe Parelli drew George Craig (30:00)
3. Dude Chick beat Red Lindsay (sub. Harry Demetral)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Walter “Sneeze” Achiu (referee: George Poulos)
i. Fox > Achiu (21:34)
ii. Achiu > Fox (8:07)
iii. Fox > Achiu (8:15)

Friday, June 2, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Clarence Koenig drew Buddy Klaus
2. Red Lindsay drew George Craig
3. Red Lyons beat Cliff Maupin
4. Frank Wolff drew Dude Chick (referee: George Poulos)
i. Wolff > Chick (26:27)
ii. Chick > Wolff
iii. No contest

Friday, June 9, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Frenchy Trudeau beat Bill Harrison (9:23) (referee: Jack League)
2. Alvin Britt drew Red Lyons (30:00) (referee: Jack League)
3. Wrestler vs. boxer: Red Lindsay drew Wilson Dunn in six rounds (referee: Jack League)
4. Frank Wolff beat Dude Chick (referee: Bob Taylor)
i. Wolff > Chick (18:20)
ii. Chick > Wolff
iii. Chick was disqualified

Promoter: Stewart J. Hobson (Crawford Roof, West Houston Street)

Thursday, June 15, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Crawford Roof (75)
1. Donkey Dickens beat Cy Holt
2. Speedy Clark drew Sammy George (20:00)
3. Sammy Gloria beat Bob Philpot
4. Texas Kid beat Charlie Heard
i. –
ii. –
iii. Kid > Heard

Friday, June 16, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Frenchy Trudeau drew Cyclone Sanders (15:00)
2. LeRoy McGuirk beat Billy Burns (13:40)
3. Dude Chick drew Cyclone Fox (45:00)
i. Chick > Fox (37:25)
ii. Chick > Fox (5:53)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Freddie Meyer beat Bob Montgomery (referee: George Poulos)
i. Meyer > Montgomery (20:11)
ii. Montgomery > Meyer (4:51)
iii. Meyer > Montgomery

Thursday, June 22, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Crawford Roof
1. Sammy George beat Alejo Moreno (16:00)
2. Sailor Thompson beat Tiger Mudd
i. Thompson > Mudd
ii. Thompson > Mudd

Promoter: Harry Coffman; Matchmaker: Charles Wright. Coffman and Wright bought the local promotional rights from Bert Willoughby but would continue to use his wrestlers.

Friday, June 23, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. LeRoy McGuirk beat Bob Montgomery (13:45)
2. Juan Humberto beat Billy Burns
i. Humberto > Burns (13:05)
ii. Burns was unable to return
3. Freddie Meyer beat Rey Lyons (referee: Tiny Gordon)
i. Meyer > Lyons (16:10)
ii. Lyons > Meyer (8:12)
iii. Meyer > Lyons

Friday, June 30, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Whitey Govro drew Red Lyons (30:00)
2. Australian rules: LeRoy McGuirk beat Turk Gresham over four 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. McGuirk > Gresham (1:30)
iv. McGuirk > Gresham (0:12)
3. Dude Chick beat Cyclone Fox (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Fox > Chick
ii. Chick > Fox
iii. Fox was disqualified

Friday, July 7, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Exposition Park
1. Australian rules: Al “Young” Stecher beat Marin Plestina over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Stecher > Plestina
2. LeRoy McGuirk beat Juan Humberto (referee: Jack Via)
i. Humberto > McGuirk (25:20)
ii. McGuirk > Humberto (7:00)
iii. Humberto was disqualified
3. Pete Brown beat Dude Chick (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Brown > Chick (23:00)
ii. Chick > Brown
iii. Brown > Chick

Friday, July 14, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Australian rules: Al “Young” Stecher beat Les Grimes over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Stecher > Grimes (6:35)
2. Joe Reno drew Walter “Sneeze” Achiu (30:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Red Lyons (referee: George Poulos)
i. Brown > Lyons (21:20)
ii. Brown > Lyons (1:05)

Friday, July 21, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Australian rules: Ernie Glover beat Roy Lee over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Glover > Lee
2. Australian rules: Jack Kogut drew Joe Shimkus over four 10-minute rounds (referee: Louis “Kid” Albert)
i. The time limit expired
ii. Kogut > Shimkus
iii. Shimkus > Kogut
iv. The time limit expired
3. Pete Brown (sub. Silent Rattan) beat Walter “Sneeze” Achiu (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Brown > Achiu
ii. Brown > Achiu
NOTE: The opening match replaced the scheduled semi-final of Walter Stratton vs. Pete Brown.

Saturday, July 29, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Australian rules: Jack League beat Al “Young” Stecher over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. League > Stecher
2. LeRoy McGuirk beat Joe Shimkus (45:00) (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Shimkus was disqualified (26:30)
ii. The time limit expired
3. George Sauer beat Pete Brown
i. Brown > Sauer (16:23)
ii. Sauer > Brown (4:00)
iii. Sauer > Brown (4:00)
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from July 28 due to bad weather.

Friday, August 4, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Australian rules: Jack Kogut drew Jimmy Lott over three 10-minute rounds (referee: Hal Scott)
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
2. Joe Reno beat Steve Nenoff (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Nenoff > Reno (33:00)
ii. Nenoff was counted out
iii. Nenoff was unable to return
3. Joe Shimkus beat Billy Edwards (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Edwards > Shimkus (1:08)
ii. Shimkus > Edwards (11:25)
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Friday, August 11, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Australian rules: Paul Murdoch (sub. Pat O’Brien) drew Jimmy Lott over three 10-minute rounds (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
2. Joe Shimkus beat George Sauer (referee: Eddie Vogt)
i. Shimkus > Sauer (22:00)
ii. Sauer was unable to return
3. Billy Edwards beat Pete Brown (referee: Jack Via)
i. Brown > Edwards (12:25)
ii. Edwards > Brown (4:40)
iii. Edwards > Brown (8:15)

Friday, August 18, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Marshall Blackstock beat Paul Murdoch
2. Jimmy Lott beat Al “Young” Stecher (referee: Lefty Craig)
3. Billy Edwards beat Joe Shimkus (referee: Charlie Wright)
i. Edwards > Shimkus (9:00)
ii. Shimkus > Edwards (6:00)
iii. Edwards > Shimkus

Friday, August 25, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Australian rules: Jimmy Lott drew Lee Meyers drew Jimmy Lott over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
2. Joe Shimkus beat Whitey Govro (sub. Marshall Blackstock) (45:00) (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Shimkus > Govro (32:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Billy Edwards beat George Poulos (sub. Bobby Chick) (referee: Ted Hinton)
i. Edwards > Poulos (22:00)
ii. Edwards > Poulos (9:00)

Friday, September 1, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Dorv Roche drew Art Mondt (30:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
2. George Cochrane beat Jack Kogut (45:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Cochrane > Kogut
ii. The time limit expired
3. Billy Edwards beat Jimmy Lott (referee: Ted Hinton)
i. Lott > Edwards (5:21)
ii. Edwards > Lott
iii. Edwards > Lott

Friday, September 8, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Kogut drew Dobie Osborn (30:00) (referee: Hal Scott)
2. Art Mondt beat George Cochrane (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Cochrane > Mondt
ii. Mondt > Cochrane
iii. Cochrane was unable to return
3. Jack League (sub. Billy Edwards) beat Tiny Ruff (referee: Ted Hinton)
i. Ruff > League (6:20)
ii. League > Ruff
iii. League > Ruff

Friday, September 15, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Frank Malcewicz beat Jimmy Lott (referee: Lefty Craig)
2. Tiny Ruff beat Art Mondt (referee: Lefty Craig)
i. Mondt > Rudd (0:35)
ii. Ruff > Mondt (6:00)
iii. Ruff > Mondt
3. Joe Shimkus beat Dude Chick (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Shimkus > Chick (13:10)
ii. Chick > Shimkus
iii. Shimkus > Chick

Friday, September 29, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Open Air Arena at Beethoven Hall
1. Jack Curtis drew Frank Clemons (20:00)
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat George Cochrane via dq (referee: Hal Scott)
3. Jack League (sub. Al “Young” Stecher) beat Pat Flanagan
i. League > Flanagan (11:42)
ii. Flanagan > League
iii. Flanagan > League
4. Silent Rattan drew Joe Reno (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Both wrestlers were counted out

Wednesday, October 11, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. George Poulos beat Charles Burgett
2. Glen Munn beat Tiny Ruff
i. Ruff > Munn (11:38)
ii. Munn > Ruff
iii. Munn > Ruff (1:00)
3. Dorv Roche beat Lilo Nardi (referee: Jack League)
i. Roche > Nardi (17:54)
ii. Roche > Nardi

Wednesday, October 18, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Dobie Osborn beat Art Mondt (16:24)
2. Jack League beat Cowboy Luttrall (45:00) (referee: Hal Scott)
i. League > Luttrall (28:22)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Dorv Roche beat Glen Munn (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Munn > Roche (15:15)
ii. Roche > Munn (6:15)
iii. Roche > Munn

Wednesday, October 25, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Dobie Osborn beat Cullen Red
2. Cowboy Luttrall beat Glen Munn
i. Munn > Luttrall (19:56)
ii. Luttrall > Munn
iii. Munn was unable to return
3. Dorv Roche beat Jack League (referee: Lefty Craig)
i. Roche > League (23:25)
ii. League > Roche (7:25)
iii. Roche > League (5:20)

Wednesday, November 1, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Basanta Singh beat Frank Clemons (12:05)
2. Joe Mullens (Joe Muhl) beat Cowboy Luttrall (45:00) (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Mullens > Luttrall
ii. The time limit expired
3. Charles Allen beat Dorv Roche (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Allen > Roche (18:10)
ii. Roche > Allen
iii. Allen > Roche

Wednesday, November 8, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Dobie Osborn beat Abie Edd (referee: Bob Wright)
2. Joe Mullens beat Tiny Ruff
i. Mullens > Ruff
ii. Mullens > Ruff
3. Charles Allen beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Jack League)
i. Allen > Blackstock (19:40)
ii. Blackstock > Allen (2:54)
iii. Blackstock was disqualified

Wednesday, November 15, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Hans Schultz beat Tiny Ruff (11:41)
2. Marshall Blackstock drew Joe Mullens (60:00) (referee: Jack Via)
i. Blackstock > Mullens (50:00)
ii. Blackstock was disqualified
iii. The time limit expired
3. Dobie Osborn beat Charles Allen
i. Osborn > Allen (17:59)
ii. Allen > Osborn (2:15)
iii. Osborn > Allen (1:37)

Wednesday, November 22, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Beethoven Hall
1. Art Mondt beat George Cochrane via dq (referee: Lefty Craig)
2. Dobie Osborn beat Hans Schultz (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Schultz > Osborn
ii. Osborn > Schultz (1:14)
iii. Schultz was unable to continue
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Joe Mullens (referee: Carl Geyer)
i. Blackstock > Mullens (45:00)
ii. Mullens > Blackstock (0:23)
iii. Blackstock > Mullens (0:35)

Wednesday, November 29, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Mike Markoff beat Art Mondt (referee: Johnny Murrell)
2. George Cochrane beat Red Steele (referee: Johnny Murrell)
3. Dobie Osborn drew Johnny Plummer (60:00) (referee: Jack League
i. Osborn > Plummer (19:27)
ii. Plummer > Osborn (14:57)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Joe Mullens (referee: Bob Connor)
i. Edwards > Mullens (13:27)
ii. Mullens > Edwards (2:03)
iii. Edwards > Mullens

Wednesday, December 6, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Pete Schuh beat Cowboy Luttrall
2. Mike Markoff drew Abe Kaplan (45:00) (referee: Johnny Murrell)
i. Kaplan > Markoff
ii. Markoff > Kaplan
iii. The time limit expired
3. Billy Edwards beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Blackstock > Edwards (17:41)
ii. Edwards > Blackstock
iii. Blackstock was counted out

Wednesday, December 13, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Johnny Plummer beat Eddie Wirth
2. Abe Kaplan beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Kaplan > Blackstock (5:54)
ii. Kaplan > Blackstock (7:00)
3. Pete Schuh beat Mike Markoff (referee: Johnny Mullens)
i. Schuh > Markoff
ii. Schuh > Markoff

Wednesday, December 20, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Joe Mullens beat Al Sparks via dq (referee: Carl Geyer)
2. Johnny Plummer beat Ernie “Wildcat” Stevens (45:00)
i. Plummer > Stevens (33:54)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Abe Kaplan beat Pete Schuh (referee: Jack League)
i. Kaplan > Schuh (15:12)
ii. Schuh was disqualified (8:00)

Wednesday, December 27, 1933
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Al Sparks beat Johnny Plummer (21:56) (referee: Hal Scott)
2. Paul Harper beat Cowboy Luttrall (20:54) (referee: Johnny Murrell)
3. Dorv Roche beat Joe Mullens (referee: Johnny Murrell)
i. Roche > Mullens (23:23)
ii. Roche > Mullens (13:00)



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Wednesday, January 3, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. El Pulpo beat Dan O’Connor via dq
2. Chris Zaharias beat Billy Edwards
i. Zaharias > Edwards (10:00)
ii. Edwards > Zaharias (9:10)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (4:30)
3. Everett Marshall beat Mike Mazurki (referee: Jack League)
i. Marshall > Mazurki (21:30)
ii. Mazurki > Marshall (11:05)
iii. Marshall > Mazurki

Wednesday, January 10, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Ted Christy beat Billy Edwards
2. Chris Zaharias beat El Pulpo (referee: Bill Harrison)
i. Zaharias > Pulpo (6:35)
ii. Pulpo > Zaharias (5:03)
iii. Zaharias > Pulpo (5:33)
3. Joe Stecher beat Mike Mazurki
i. Mazurki > Stecher (11:35)
ii. Stecher > Mazurki (4:13)
iii. Stecher > Mazurki (7:30)
NOTE: This was not the original Joe Stecher, who had retired in 1934. This was George Wilcheski, who is often recorded under the ring name of "Young Joe Stecher," although he never used "Young" in his ring name in San Antonio.

Wednesday, January 17, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Mike Mazurki beat Babe Zaharias via dq
2. Henry Piers beat Ted Christy via decision (45:00)
i. Christy > Piers (18:30)
ii. Piers > Christy (13:35)
iii. The time limit expired.
3. El Pulpo beat Chris Zaharias
i. Zaharias > Pulpo (15:30)
ii. Pulpo > Zaharias (8:40)
iii. Pulpo > Zaharias

Wednesday, January 24, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Babe Zaharias drew Sammy Menacker (30:00)
2. Chris Zaharias beat Ted Christy
i. Christy > Zaharias (0:11)
ii. Zaharias > Christy (13:26)
iii. Zaharias > Christy (0:25)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Bronko Nagurski beat El Pulpo
i. Nagurski > Pulpo (9:31)
ii. Nagurski > Pulpo (8:26)

Wednesday, January 31, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Sammy Menacker drew Black Panther (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) (30:00)
2. Jim “Goon” Henry beat Mike Mazurki
i. Henry > Mazurki (9:40)
ii. Henry > Mazurki (7:14)
3. Chris Zaharias beat El Pulpo (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Zaharias > Pulpo (12:40)
ii. Pulpo > Zaharias (5:17)
iii. Zaharias > Pulpo

Wednesday, February 7, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Sammy Menacher beat El Pulpo
i. Menacher > Pulpo (14:39)
ii. Pulpo > Menacher (8:35)
iii. Menacher > Pulpo (21:23)
2. Chris Zaharias & Babe Zaharias beat Jim “Goon” Henry & Black Panther (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) (referee: Dr. Karl Sapolis)
i. The Zaharias Brothers won (12:10)
ii. Henry & Panther won (3:31)
iii. The Zaharias Brothers won (7:35)

Wednesday, February 14, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Sammy Menacher beat Mike Fraley
i. Fraley > Menacher (14:35)
ii. Menacher > Fraley (9:10
iii. Menacher > Fraley (3:10)
2. Chris Zaharias & Babe Zaharias beat Jim “Goon” Henry & Black Panther (named as Al Billings) (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) (referees: Jack League & Bill Harrison)
i. Henry & Panther won (10:35)
ii. The Zaharias Brothers won (7:10)
iii. The Zaharias Brothers won (9:40)

Wednesday, February 21, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Henry Piers beat Mike Fraley (11:45)
2. Babe Zaharias drew Sammy Menacher (30:00)
3. World Women’s Champion Mildred Burke beat Louise Kelly
i. Burke > Kelly (8:35)
ii. Burke > Kelly (4:10)
4. Chris Zaharias beat Black Panther (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Zaharias > Panther (1:30)
ii. Panther was disqualified

Wednesday, March 6, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Otto Kuss drew Sammy Menacher (30:00)
2. Joe Stecher beat Jim “Goon“ Henry via dq (14:33)
3. Carol Barna beat Mae Weston (referee: George Mansor)
i. Weston > Barna (5:30)
ii. Barna > Weston (1:15)
iii. Weston was disqualified
4. Killer Karl Davis beat Chris Zaharias
i. Zaharias > Davis (9:25)
ii. Davis > Zaharias (4:32)
iii. Davis > Zaharias (2:10)

Wednesday, March 13, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Pat Fraley beat Babe Zaharias (14:33)
2. Joe Stecher beat Chris Zaharias (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Stecher > Zaharias (16:30)
ii. Zaharias was disqualified
3. Killer Karl Davis beat Jim “Goon” Henry
i. Davis > Henry (13:31)
ii. Davis > Henry (9:40)

Wednesday, March 27, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Joe Stecher drew Henry Piers (30:00)
2. Angelo Cistoldi beat Otto Kuss
i. Cistoldi > Kuss (20:15)
ii. Kuss was unable to return
3. John Paul Jones beat Killer Karl Davis (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Davis > Jones (20:00)
ii. Jones > Davis (9:33)
iii. Davis was disqualified

Wednesday, April 3, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gorilla Macias beat Mike Fraley (6:35)
2. Chris Zaharias drew Jack Kennedy (30:00) (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
3. Angelo Cistoldi beat Joe Stecher
i. Cistoldi > Stecher (1:00)
ii. Stecher was unable to return
4. Joe Savoldi beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Davis was disqualified (16:10)
ii. Savoldi > Davis (17:30)

Wednesday, April 10, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack Kennedy beat Killer Karl Davis via dq (29:30) (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
2. John Paul Jones drew Angelo Cistoldi (45:00) (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Jones > Cistoldi (22:30)
ii. Cistoldi > Jones (10:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Joe Savoldi beat Chris Zaharias
i. Zaharias was counted out (0:30)
ii. Zaharias > Savoldi (7:15)
iii. Savoldi > Zaharias (0:25)

Wednesday, April 17, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Otto Kuss beat Jack Kennedy (13:35) (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
2. Len Macaluso drew Chris Zaharias (45:00) (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. The time limit expired with no falls.
3. Angelo Cistoldi beat Joe Savoldi (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. Cistoldi > Savoldi (21:31)
ii. Savoldi was disqualified (2:35)

Promoter: George Mansor; Matchmaker: Dr. Karl Sarpolis

Wednesday, May 1, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Otto Kuss drew Nick Elitch (20:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Babe Zaharias beat Joe Stecher (12:30) (referee: Otto Kuss)
3. George Zaharias beat Chief Joe Little Beaver (10:25) (referee: Otto Kuss)
4. Killer Karl Davis beat Angelo Cistoldi (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. Cistoldi > Davis (13:15)
ii. Davis > Cistoldi (5:35)
iii. Davis > Cistoldi (3:25)

Wednesday, May 8, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Nick Elitch beat Mike Fraley (8:45)
2. Pat Fraley (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) beat Angelo Cistoldi (12:35)
3. Lou Plummer drew George Zaharias (30:00)
4. Alabama Bill Lee beat Killer Karl Davis (referee: Jack League)
i. Lee > Davis (9:20)
ii. Davis > Lee (10:05)
iii. Lee > Davis (10:00)

Wednesday, May 15, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Pat Fraley drew Lou Plummer (20:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Tommy O’Toole drew Killer Karl Davis (referee: Bill Harrison)
3. Pancho Valdez beat Angelo Cistoldi (16:35) (referee: George Sauer)
4. Lou Thesz beat George Zaharias (referee: George Sauer)
i. Zaharias > Thesz (9:15)
ii. Thesz > Zaharias (2:30)
iii. Zaharias was disqualified (2:45)

Wednesday, May 22, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Tommy O’Toole drew Pat Fraley (20:00) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Pancho Valdez beat Jim “Goon” Henry (8:45)
3. Ivan Managoff beat Brother Ben Morgan via dq (13:00)
4. Lou Thesz drew Lou Plummer (90:00)
i. Thesz > Plummer (47:35)
ii. Plummer > Thesz (16:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, May 29, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Walkathon Arena
1. Sid Marcus beat Chris Zaharias (8:10)
2. Ray Eckert beat Brother Ben Morgan (10:30)
3. Alabama Bill Lee drew Ivan Managoff (30:00)
4. Lou Plummer beat Pancho Valdez
i. Plummer > Valdez (21:20)
ii. Plummer > Valdez (9:35)

Wednesday, June 5, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium (1,492)
1. Ivan Managoff beat Pancho Valdez (11:00)
2. Dutch Hefner drew Alabama Bill Lee
3. Superman (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) beat Sid Marcus (4:30)
4. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Ray Steele beat Lou Plummer (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Steele > Plummer (16:35)
ii. Plummer > Steele (4:30)
iii. Steele > Plummer (3:10)

Wednesday, June 12, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Tommy O’Toole beat Pancho Valdez (12:15)
2. Billy Edwards drew Lou Plummer (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
3. Ivan Managoff beat Roy Graham via dq (15:00)
4. Superman (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) beat Dutch Hefner
i. Hefner > Superman (11:30)
ii. Superman > Hefner (13:55)
iii. Hefner was unable to return

Wednesday, June 19, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dr. Karl Sarpolis (sub. Pancho Valdez) beat Billy Edwards via dq (5:25) (referee: Bill Harrison)
2. Dutch Hefner drew Ray Eckert (20:00)
3. Ivan Managoff drew Tommy O’Toole (30:00)
4. Superman (w/ Count Pietro Rossi) beat John Paul Jones
i. Superman > Jones (7:35)
ii. Jones > Superman (9:10)
iii. Superman > Jones (4:10)

Promoter: Harry Coffman

Wednesday, July 17, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park (outdoor)
1. Hank Metheny drew Pat Fraley (30:00) (referee: Eddie Elzea)
2. Dutch Hefner beat Ivan Managoff (referee: Eddie Elzea)
i. Hefner > Managoff (4:35)
ii. Managoff > Hefner (6:43)
iii. Hefner > Managoff (5:20)
3. Cowboy Luttrall beat Oki Shikina (referee: Eddie Elzea)
i. Luttrall > Shikina (7:10)
ii. Luttrall was disqualified (4:35)
iii. Luttrall > Shikina (0:25)

Wednesday, July 24, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park
1. Judo jacket match: Oki Shikina beat Roy Graham (15:30) (referee: Jack League)
2. Ede Virag beat Pat Fraley (referee: Eddie Elzea)
i. Virag > Fraley (19:33)
ii. Virag > Fraley (5:10)
3. Cowboy Luttrall beat Dutch Hefner (referee: Jack League)
i. Luttrall > Hefner (19:35)
ii. Hefner > Luttrall (2:10)
iii. Hefner > Luttrall (1:45)

Wednesday, July 31, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park (1,260; $906.18)
1. Nick Elitch drew Len Macaluso (20:00)
2. Wee Willie Davis beat Pat Fraley (23:40)
3. Ede Virag beat Hank Metheny via dq (16:35)
4. Maurice “The Angel” Tillet beat Cowboy Luttrall
i. Tillet > Luttrall (14:35)
ii. Tillet > Luttrall (6:15

Promoter: George Sauer

Monday, September 30, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Bob Johnson beat Walter Sirois (8:30) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
2. Pat Fraley beat Lou “Shoulders” Newman (16:00)
3. Ede Virag beat John Paul Jones via decision (30:00) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
4. “Superman” John Grandovich beat Cowboy Luttrall
i. Grandovich > Luttrall (14:35)
ii. Grandovich > Luttrall (8:47)

Monday, October 14, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack Kennedy beat Walter Sirois (7:35) (referee: Charles Ford)
2. Bob Johnson beat Ted Christy via dq (9:00) (referee: Charles Ford)
3. Mae Weston beat Carol Barna (8:10) (referee: Charles Ford)
4. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Ede Virag (90:00) (referee: Charles Ford)
i. Corral > Virag (23:40)
ii. The time limit expired.

Monday, October 21, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack Kennedy beat Bob Johnson (16:35)
2. Ede Virag beat Joe Stecher (26:15)
3. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Tom Nilan
i. Nilan > Corral (17:35)
ii. Corral > Nilan (9:10)
iii. Corral > Nilan (6:33)

Monday, October 28, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Joe Stecher beat Jim “Goon“ Henry via dq (19:33) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
2. World Women’s Champion Mildred Burke beat Mae Weston
i. Burke > Weston (11:35)
ii. Burke > Weston (5:10)
3. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Ede Virag
i. Corral > Virag (21:30)
ii. Corral > Virag (15:30)

Monday, November 4, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. John Paul Jones beat Jim “Goon” Henry via dq (15:00)
2. Mae Weston & Lupe Acosta beat Gladys “Killem” Gillem & Edna Yoder (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Weston & Acosta won (7:33)
ii. Weston & Acosta won (9:10)
3. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Joe Stecher
i. Corral > Stecher (19:30)
ii. Corral > Stecher (17:45)

Monday, November 11, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dutch Hefner beat Ellis Bashara via decision (30:00)
2. Ivan Managoff beat Lou “Shoulders” Newman (12:40)
3. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Jim “Goon” Henry (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Corral > Henry (15:10)
ii. Corral > Henry (5:30)

Monday, November 18, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Al Lovelock beat Joe Stecher (19:10)
2. Ivan Managoff beat Jim “Goon” Henry via dq (15:35) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. Lou Thesz beat Alberto “Charro” Corral
i. Thesz > Corrall (0:05)
ii. Corral > Thesz (21:33)
iii. Thesz > Corrall (8:45)

Monday, November 25, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ad Santel beat Wayne Haley (11:35)
2. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Al Lovelock (22:35)
3. Ellis Bashara beat Jim “Goon” Henry
i. Bashara > Henry (2:35)
ii. Henry >Bashara (20:10)
iii. Bashara > Henry (2:40)

Monday, December 2, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dutch Hefner drew Ad Santel (30:00)
2. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Al Lovelock
i. Corral > Lovelock (29:30)
ii. Corral > Lovelock (8:10)
3. Ali Baba beat Ellis Bashara (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Baba > Bashara (25:00)
ii. Baba > Bashara (4:30)

Monday, December 9, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Al Lovelock beat Ad Santel (26:10)
2. Dutch Hefner beat Ellis Bashara (14:35)
3. Alberto “Charro” Corral beat Dorv Roche
i. Roche > Corral (10:05)
ii. Corral > Roche (9:33)
iii. Corral > Roche (10:15)

Monday, December 16, 1940
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Al Lovelock beat Wayne Haley (18:31) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
2. Jack Kennedy beat Dutch Hefner
i. Hefner was disqualified (17:35) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
ii. Kennedy > Hefner (14:31)
3. Ivan Managoff beat Alberto “Charro” Corral (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Managoff > Corral (11:10)
ii. Corral was unable to return

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Monday, January 20, 1941
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Al Lovelock beat Herbert Schultz (14:32)
2. Billy Venable beat Dick Lever
i. Venable > Lever (23:10)
ii. Lever > Venable (7:10)
iii. Venable > Lever (9:30)
3. Pat Fraley beat Alabama Bill Lee (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Fraley > Lee (1:00)
ii. Fraley > Lee (11:30)

NOTE: George Sauer left San Antonio to resume his in-ring career in Florida. There was no wrestling in San Antonio until March of 1942.



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Wednesday, March 25, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium (1,191)
1. Elvira Snodgrass beat Mae Young (14:10)
2. Ted “King Kong” Cox beat Jack Kennedy
3. Juan Humberto beat Paul Boesch (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Humberto > Boesch (30:05)
ii. Boesch > Humberto (2:13)
iii. Humberto > Boesch (16:10)

Wednesday, April 1, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gladys “Killem” Gillem beat Elvira Snodgrass (10:14)
2. Ted “King Kong” Cox beat Ellis Bashara
i. Bashara > Cox (10:03)
ii. Cox > Bashara (8:20)
iii. Bashara was unable to return
3. Juan Humberto beat Al Lovelock
i. Humberto > Lovelock (26:10)
ii. Humberto > Lovelock (7:40)

Wednesday, April 8, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Elvira Snodgrass & Mae Weston beat Gladys “Killem” Gillem & Dorothy Johnson
i. Snodgrass > Johnson (11:10)
ii. Snodgrass > Gillem (4:50)
2. Paul Boesch drew Bobby Managoff (30:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat Ted “King Kong” Cox (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Humberto > Cox (26:10)
ii. Cox was disqualified (6:15)

Wednesday, April 15, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Bobby Managoff beat Babe Zaharias (14:30)
2. Ray Steele drew Ted “King Kong” Cox (30:00)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Juan Humberto
i. Longson > Humberto (12:30)
ii. Humberto > Longson (15:13)
iii. Longson > Humberto (7:30)

Wednesday, April 22, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Al Lovelock drew Babe Zaharias (30:00)
2. Juan Humberto beat Paul Boesch (45:00)
i. Humberto > Boesch
ii. The time limit expired.
3. Bobby Managoff beat Ted “King Kong” Cox (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Cox > Managoff (10:35)
ii. Managoff > Cox (5:10)
iii. Cox was disqualified (4:10)

Wednesday, April 29, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack Kennedy drew Jim “Goon” Henry (30:00)
2. Juan Humberto drew Babe Zaharias (30:00)
3. Ted “King Kong” Cox beat Bobby Managoff
i. Managoff > Cox (20:00)
ii. Cox > Managoff (6:10)
iii. Managoff was unable to return

Wednesday, May 6, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park (outdoor)
1. Ivan Managoff drew Friedrich Otto Von Schacht (30:00)
2. Ted “King Kong” Cox beat Babe Zaharias
i. Cox > Zaharias (9:04)
ii. Zaharias was unable to return
3. Bobby Managoff beat Paul Jones (sub. Abe Kashey)
i. Managoff > Jones (11:20)
ii. Jones > Managoff (7:20)
iii. Managoff > Jones (1:37)

Wednesday, May 13, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park
1. Ted “King Kong” Cox beat Ivan Managoff (14:30)
2. Bobby Managoff drew Friedrich Otto Von Schacht
3. Lou Thesz beat Juan Humberto (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Humberto > Thesz (12:35)
ii. Thesz > Humberto (17:35)
iii. Humberto was disqualified (3:04)

Wednesday, May 20, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park
1. Vic Christy drew Bobby Managoff
2. Lou Thesz beat Babe Zaharias via dq
3. Ted “King Kong” Cox beat Friedrich Otto Von Schacht (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Cox > Von Schacht

Wednesday, May 27, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park
1. Vic Christy beat Pedro Brazil (12:35)
2. Emil Dusek beat Jack Kennedy (24:31)
3. Vincent Lopez beat Ted “King Kong” Cox (referee: Ellis Bashara)
i. Cox was disqualified (25:10)
ii. Cox was disqualified (15:13)

Wednesday, June 3, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park
1. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Pedro Brazil (15:10) (referee: Ted “King Kong” Cox)
2. Killer Karl Davis beat Vic Christy via dq (19:20) (referee: Ted “King Kong” Cox)
3. Emil Dusek beat Vincent Lopez (referee: Ted “King Kong” Cox)
i. Dusek > Lopez (23:20)
ii. Lopez > Dusek (11:10)
iii. Dusek > Lopez

Wednesday, June 10, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Juan Humberto (sub. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis) beat Jack Kennedy (14:45)
2. Killer Karl Davis beat Emil Dusek via dq (15:10)
3. Vincent Lopez beat Ted “King Kong” Cox (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Cox > Lopez (6:12)
ii. Lopez > Cox (8:27)
iii. Lopez > Cox (1:05)

Wednesday, June 17, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Vic Christy beat Babe Zaharias
2. Juan Humberto beat Roy Graham
i. Humberto > Graham
ii. Graham was disqualified
3. Vincent Lopez beat Jim “Goon” Henry
i. –
ii. –
iii. Lopez > Henry (3:10)

Wednesday, June 24, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Vic Christy beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements via dq (11:15)
2. Jim “Goon” Henry drew Ellis Bashara
3. Vincent Lopez beat Juan Humberto
i. Lopez > Humberto (9:35)
ii. Humberto > Lopez (7:19)
iii. Lopez > Humberto (10:30)

Wednesday, July 8, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Bobby Managoff beat Jim “Goon” Henry (18:30)
2. Juan Humberto drew Henry Piers
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Vincent Lopez
i. Longson > Lopez (18:00)
ii. Lopez > Longson (7:00)
iii. Longson > Lopez (0:45)

Wednesday, July 15, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Vincent Lopez drew Henry Piers (20:00)
2. Ellis Bashara beat Rudy LaDitzi via dq (17:20)
3. Juan Humberto beat Bobby Managoff (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Managoff > Humberto (15:10)
ii. Humberto > Managoff (9:10)
iii. Humberto > Managoff (7:13)

Wednesday, July 22, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Vincent Lopez drew Rudy LaDitzi
2. Bobby Managoff beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements (6:10)
3. Juan Humberto beat Vic Christy
i. Humberto > Christy
ii. Christy was disqualified (11:10)

Wednesday, July 29, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Bobby Managoff beat Rudy LaDitzi (15:05)
2. Killer Karl Davis beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements (19:10)
3. Mae Young beat Elvira Snodgrass (15:07)
4. Juan Humberto beat Vic Christy
i. Humberto > Christy (12:13)
ii. Humberto > Christy (21:35)

Wednesday, August 5, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Lee Henning drew Rudy LaDitzi
2. Mae Young beat Mae Weston (8:00) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. Juan Humberto & Killer Karl Davis beat Bobby Managoff & Ellis Bashara
i. Humberto & Davis won (15:10)
ii. Humberto & Davis won (16:00)

Wednesday, August 12, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Henry Piers drew Jim “Goon” Henry (20:00)
2. Lee Henning beat Bobby Managoff via dq (5:30) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. World Women’s Champion Mildred Burke beat Mae Young
i. Burke > Young (11:19)
ii. Burke > Young (14:27)
4. Killer Karl Davis beat Ellis Bashara
i. Davis > Bashara (10:09)
ii. Bashara > Davis (8:30)
iii. Davis > Bashara (3:30)

Wednesday, August 19, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Henry Piers drew Pat Fraley (20:00)
2. Karl Davis beat Jim “Goon” Henry (17:10)
3. Bobby Managoff beat Lee Henning
i. Managoff > Henning (15:00)
ii. Henning > Managoff (8:25)
iii. Henning was disqualified

Wednesday, August 26, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ellis Bashara beat Tom Drennan (12:30)
2. Jim “Goon” Henry beat Roland Meeker (sub. Bobby Managoff) (11:33)
3. Lee Henning beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Henning > Davis (15:13)
ii. Davis > Henning (13:25)
iii. Henning > Davis (7:35)

Wednesday, September 2, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Pat Fraley beat Roland Meeker (11:30)
2. Ellis Bashara beat Roy Graham
i. Bashara > Graham (0:30)
ii. Graham > Bashara (12:30)
iii. Bashara > Graham (7:35)
3. Gorilla Macias (sub. Killer Karl Davis) beat Lee Henning
i. Macias > Henning (12:13)
ii. Henning was disqualified

Wednesday, September 9, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Roy Graham beat Roland Meeker (16:35)
2. Gorilla Macias drew Pat Fraley (30:00)
3. Lee Henning beat Ellis Bashara
i. Bashara > Henning (4:10)
ii. Henning > Bashara (15:16)
iii. Henning > Bashara (11:30)

Wednesday, September 16, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ellis Bashara beat Gorilla Macias via decision (20:00)
2. Bobby Managoff drew Pat Fraley (30:00)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Lee Henning
i. Longson > Henning (11:30)
ii. Henning > Longson (8:10)
iii. Longson > Henning (3:30)

Tuesday, September 22, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. 6 man battle royal: Pat Fraley and Jim “Goon” Henry beat Gorilla Macias, Sterling “Dizzy” Davis, Marvin Jones (sub. Ellis Bashara), and Ray “Cowboy” Clements (11:30)
2. Gorilla Macias beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (12:40)
3. Marvin Jones beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements via decision (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
4. Pat Fraley beat Jim “Goon” Henry (14:35)

Wednesday, September 30, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gorilla Macias beat Ellis Bashara via decision (30:00)
2. Pat Fraley beat Roy Graham (11:30)
3. Bobby Managoff beat Lee Henning
i. Henning > Managoff (8:10)
ii. Managoff > Henning (7:35)
iii. Managoff > Henning (3:04)

Wednesday, October 7, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Killer Karl Davis beat Gorilla Macias (11:30)
2. Juan Humberto beat Ray Duran (12:30)
3. Bobby Managoff beat Pat Fraley
i. Fraley > Managoff (10:09)
ii. Managoff > Fraley (14:30)
iii. Fraley was disqualified (10:15)

Wednesday, October 14, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Juan Humberto & Killer Karl Davis beat Gorilla Macias & Ray Duran
i. –
ii. –
iii. Humberto & Davis won
2. Bobby Managoff beat Roy Graham
i. Graham > Managoff (17:30)
ii. Managoff > Graham (4:05)
iii. Managoff > Graham (3:30)

Wednesday, October 21, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack Kennedy beat Gorilla Macias (10:30)
2. Ellis Bashara drew Juan Humberto (30:00)
3. Bobby Managoff beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Managoff > Davis (19:20)
ii. Davis was disqualified

Wednesday, October 28, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gorilla Macias beat Tom Drennan (8:09)
2. Flash Clifford beat Juan Humberto via dq (23:10)
3. Jack Kennedy beat Jim “Goon” Henry (sub. Killer Karl Davis)
i. Kennedy > Henry (20:35)
ii. Henry > Kennedy (10:10)
iii. Kennedy > Henry (3:04)

Wednesday, November 4, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Green Shadow beat Ray Duran (10:09)
2. Gladys “Killem” Gillem beat Purple Flash via dq (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. Jack Kennedy beat Flash Clifford via decision (30:00)
4. Bobby Managoff beat Juan Humberto
i. Managoff > Humberto (16:30)
ii. Humberto > Managoff (7:10)
iii. Managoff > Humberto (6:09)

Wednesday, November 11, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Roy Graham beat Ray Duran (8:09)
2. Jack Kennedy beat Green Shadow via dq (12:13)
3. Elvira Snodgrass beat Gladys “Killem” Gillem (sub. Purple Flash)
i. Snodgrass > Gillem
ii. Snodgrass > Gillem
4. Bobby Managoff drew Juan Humberto (90:00)
i. Humberto > Managoff (24:10)
ii. Managoff > Humberto (7:10)
iii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, November 18, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gorilla Macias beat Green Shadow via dq
2. Purple Flash beat Elvira Snodgrass
i. Flash > Snodgrass (11:10)
ii. Flash > Snodgrass (5:15)
3. Ray Eckert beat Jack Kennedy
i. Kennedy > Eckert (10:09)
ii. Eckert > Kennedy (11:35)
iii. Eckert > Kennedy (1:05)

Wednesday, November 25, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium (2,000)
1. Juan Humberto drew Jack Kennedy (20:00)
2. Ray Eckert beat Jim “Goon” Henry (9:30)
3. World Women’s Champion Mildred Burke beat Purple Flash (unmasked as Ruth Nichols)
i. Burke > Flash (10:15)
ii. Burke > Flash (12:10)
4. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Yvon Robert beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. Little Beaver was disqualified (6:00)
ii. Robert > Little Beaver (5:10)
NOTE: “Ruth Nichols” was Wilma Gordon, who had previously wrestled in Texas as Carol Barna, and would later compete as Rose Evans.

Wednesday, December 2, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Flash Clifford
2. Ellis Bashara nc Ray “Cowboy” Clements (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Managoff beat Ray Eckert
i. Managoff > Eckert (20:21)
ii. Eckert > Managaoff (5:15)
iii. Managoff > Eckert (11:35)

Wednesday, December 9, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ray Eckert beat Gorilla Macias via decision
2. Ellis Bashara & Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Ray “Cowboy” Clements & Miguel Torres
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
3. Yvon Robert beat Juan Humberto (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Robert > Humberto (10:30)
ii. Humberto was disqualified

Wednesday, December 16, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ellis Bashara drew Flash Clifford (20:00)
2. Juan Humberto beat Miguel Torres (the former Green Shadow) (14:19)
3. “Dynamite” Joe Cox beat Gorilla Macias
i. Cox > Macias (16:10)
ii. Macias > Cox (2:10)
iii. Cox > Macias (4:05)

Wednesday, December 23, 1942
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Miguel Torres beat Flash Clifford
2. Jack Kennedy beat Miguel Torres
3. Al Lovelock drew Jack Kennedy (15:00)
4. Lou Thesz beat Juan Humberto
i. Humberto was disqualified
ii. Thesz > Humberto
NOTE: Lovelock was late to arrive, so Torres wrestled Kennedy in his place. When Lovelock finally arrived, he was put to action in a short match with Kennedy.



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Wednesday, January 6, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Juan Humberto (sub. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis) beat Miguel Torres (5:10)
2. Jack Kennedy beat Gorilla Macias via dq (24:00)
3. World Women’s Champion Mildred Burke beat Mae Young (9:19)
4. Wild Bill Longson beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. Longson > Little Beaver (14:24)
ii. Little Beaver > Longson (15:20)
iii. Longson > Little Beaver (4:37)

Wednesday, January 13, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Killer Karl Davis beat Gorilla Macias (9:10)
2. Wild Bill Longson drew Juan Humberto (30:00)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Managoff beat Ray Eckert
i. Eckert > Managoff (20:20)
ii. Managoff > Eckert (4:15)
iii. Managoff > Eckert (10:29)

Wednesday, January 20, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ed “Strangler” White beat Miguel Torres (11:29)
2. Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Ray “Cowboy” Clements (sub. Jack Kennedy) (30:00)
3. Ray Eckert beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Eckert > Davis (10:00)
ii. Eckert > Davis (11:29)

Tuesday, January 26, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Miguel Torres beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements via dq (referee: Ed Sterling)
2. Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Gorilla Macias (30:00)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Managoff beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Davis > Managoff (17:30)
ii. Managoff > Davis (9:30)
iii. Managoff > Davis (10:13)

Wednesday, February 3, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Miguel Torres beat Roy Graham via dq (10:09) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
2. Ed “Strangler” White beat Gorilla Macias (14:29)
3. Juan Humberto beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Humberto > Davis (14:25)
ii. Davis > Humberto (13:26)
iii. Humberto > Davis (4:10)

Wednesday, February 10, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Dutch Schultz
2. Killer Karl Davis beat Roy Graham
3. Ed “Strangler” Lewis beat Juan Humberto
i. Lewis > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Lewis
iii. Humberto was counted out

Thursday, February 18, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Joe Parelli
2. Gorilla Macias beat Chief Joe Little Beaver (referee: Charlioe Schwartz)
i. Macias > Little Beaver
ii. Little Beaver was disqualified
3. Juan Humberto beat Ellis Bashara
i. Bashara > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Bashara
iii. Humberto > Bashara

Wednesday, February 24, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Angelo Cistoldi beat Gorilla Macias (15:35)
2. “Dynamite” Joe Cox beat Ed “Strangler” White (11:23)
3. Juan Humberto beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Humberto > Davis (16:35)
ii. Humberto > Davis (15:00)

Wednesday, March 3, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Angelo Cistoldi drew Ray “Cowboy” Clements
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Dutch Schultz (45:00)
i. Davis > Schultz (19:34)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Ray Eckert beat Juan Humberto
i. Humberto > Eckert (12:00)
ii. Eckert > Humberto (9:25)
iii. Humberto was disqualified

Wednesday, March 10, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dutch Schultz drew Jack Kennedy
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis drew Juan Humberto
3. Yvon Robert beat Angelo Cistoldi
i. Robert > Cistoldi (8:30)
ii. Cistoldi > Robert (5:40)
iii. Cistoldi was disqualified

Wednesday, March 17, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Angelo Cistoldi drew Sterling “Dizzy” Davis
2. Ray “Cowboy” Clements beat Dutch Schultz via dq
3. Juan Humberto beat Larry Robert (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Robert > Humberto (14:30)
ii. Humberto > Robert (13:35)
iii. Robert > Humberto (1:20)

Wednesday, March 24, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Angelo Cistoldi beat Larry Robert (14:25)
2. Yvon Robert drew Babe Zaharias (45:00)
i. Zaharias > Robert
ii. Robert > Zaharias
iii. The time limit expired
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Juan Humberto
i. Longson > Humberto (10:00)
ii. Humberto > Longson (2:10)
iii. Longson > Humberto (4:35)

Wednesday, March 31, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Killer Karl Davis drew Babe Zaharias (30:00)
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. Davis > Little Beaver
ii. Little Beaver was disqualified
3. Angelo Cistoldi beat Juan Humberto (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Cistoldi > Humberto (15:20)
ii. Humberto was disqualified (8:25)

Wednesday, April 14, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Angelo Cistoldi beat Dutch Schultz (13:29)
2. Bobby Managoff drew Babe Zaharias
3. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. Davis > Little Beaver
ii. Little Beaver > Davis
iii. Davis > Little Beaver

Wednesday, April 21, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Babe Zaharias beat Yellow Mask via dq
2. Ellis Bashara drew Killer Karl Davis (45:00) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Bashara > Davis (14:30)
ii. Davis > Bashara (6:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Angelo Cistoldi beat Ray Eckert (sub. Bobby Managoff) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Cistoldi > Eckert (7:10)
ii. Cistoldi > Eckert

Wednesday, April 28, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ellis Bashara beat Dutch Schultz (20:00)
2. Killer Karl Davis beat Babe Zaharias
i. Davis > Zaharias (12:00)
ii. Zaharias was disqualified
3. Ray Eckert beat Angelo Cistoldi (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Eckert > Cistoldi (15:21)
ii. Cistoldi > Eckert (9:30)
iii. Cistoldi was disqualified

Wednesday, May 5, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gene Blackley beat Farmer Mack (14:13)
2. Cliff Olson beat Babe Zaharias via dq
3. Angelo Cistoldi & Ellis Bashara beat Ray Eckert & Jack Kennedy (sub. Killer Karl Davis)
i. Eckert & Kennedy won (8:31)
ii. Cistoldi & Bashara won (11:10)
iii. Cistoldi & Bashara won

Wednesday, May 12, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dutch Schultz drew Farmer Mack (20:00)
2. Babe Zaharias beat Gene Blackley
3. Angelo Cistoldi & Ellis Bashara beat Ray Eckert & Jack Kennedy (referees: Paul Jones & Dutch Schultz)
i. Cistoldi & Bashara won
ii. Cistoldi & Bashara won

Wednesday, May 19, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Gene Blackley drew Dutch Schultz (30:00)
2. Angelo Cistoldi beat Jack Kennedy
i. Cistoldi > Kennedy
ii. Cistoldi > Kennedy
3. Chief Joe Little Beaver (sub. Killer Karl Davis) beat Ellis Bashara
i. Bashara was disqualified
ii. Little Beaver > Bashara (2:00)

Wednesday, June 2, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Babe Zaharias (30:00)
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Jack Kennedy
i. Davis > Kennedy (10:00)
ii. Kennedy > Davis (6:00)
iii. Davis > Kennedy (15:00)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Ellis Bashara (referee: Dr. Karl Sarpolis)
i. Bashara was disqualified (6:00)
ii. Bashara > Longson (3:15)
iii. Longson > Bashara (5:15)

Wednesday, June 9, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Joe Little Beaver beat Jack Kennedy
2. Juan Humberto beat Ray Eckert (45:00)
i. Humberto > Eckert
ii. The time limit expired
3. Ellis Bashara beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (referee: Paul Jones)
i. Davis > Bashara
ii. Bashara > Davis
iii. Davis was disqualified

Wednesday, June 16, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Paul Jones beat Dutch Schultz via dq (12:30)
2. Juan Humberto drew Chief Joe Little Beaver (45:00)
i. Humberto > Little Beaver (12:00)
ii. Little Beaver > Humberto (11:00)
iii. The time limit expiure
3. Ellis Bashara beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis
i. Bashara > Davis (16:00)
ii. Davis was disqualified (11:00)

Wednesday, June 23, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Juan Humberto beat Dutch Schultz (45:00)
i. Humberto > Schultz
ii. The time limit expired.
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Ellis Bashara (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Bashara > Davis
ii. Bashara was disqualified
iii. Davis > Bashara (0:25)
NOTE: An opening match between Paul Jones and Babe Zaharias did not take place when Zaharias failed to appear.

Wednesday, June 30, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ellis Bashara beat Ace Abbott (16:15)
2. Dizzy Davis beat Juan Humberto (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Humberto was disqualified (25:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. McGuirk > Little Beaver (9:10)
ii. McGuirk > Little Beaver (2:30)

Wednesday, July 7, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Juan Humberto beat Paul Jones (11:30)
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements
i. Davis > Clements (10:00)
ii. Clements was disqualified
3. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk beat Dutch Schultz (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. McGuirk > Schultz (12:30)
ii. Schultz > McGuirk (9:10)
iii. McGuirk > Schultz (2:35)

Wednesday, July 14, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Paul Jones beat Angelo Cistoldi via dq (14:10)
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Dutch Schultz (45:00)
i. Davis > Schultz (26:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Juan Humberto beat Friedrich Otto Von Schacht
i. Von Schacht > Humberto (11:30)
ii. Humberto > Von Schacht (9:05)
iii. Humberto > Von Schacht (2:35)

Wednesday, July 21, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Paul Jones beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements via dq (11:00)
2. Dutch Schultz beat Angelo Cistoldi via dq (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
i. Schultz > Cistoldi (10:25)
ii. Cistoldi > Schultz
iii. Cistoldi was disqualified
3. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis
i. McGuirk > Davis (16:10)
ii. Davis > McGuirk (3:30)
iii. McGuirk > Davis (8:00)

Wednesday, July 28, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Frank Sexton beat Paul Jones via dq (11:40) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
2. Ellis Bashara beat Ronnie Etchison
i. Bashara > Etchison (15:00)
ii. Bashara > Etchison (10:00)
3. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Angelo Cistoldi
i. Cistoldi was disquaified (14:30)
ii. Longson > Cistoldi (6:00)

Wednesday, August 4, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dutch Schultz beat Ray Eckert via dq (11:00)
2. Paul Jones beat Roy Graham
i. Jones > Graham (10:00)
ii. Graham was disqualified (5:15)
3. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk drew Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (90:00)
i. McGuirk > Davis (53:00)
ii. Davis > McGuirk (7:00)
iii. The time limit expired.

Wednesday, August 11, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Dutch Schultz (16:30)
2. Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Roy Graham (45:00)
i. Little Beaver > Graham (15:00)
ii. Graham > Little Beaver (5:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (referee: Paul Jones)
i. McGuirk > Davis (20:00)
ii. Davis was unable to return

Wednesday, August 18, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Joe Little Beaver beat via Angelo Cistoldi via dq (12:30) (referee: Paul Jones)
2. Dutch Schultz beat Ray “Cowboy” Clements (11:10)
3. Mae Weston beat Flora Dern (referee: Paul Jones)
i. Weston > Dern (9:10)
ii. Dern > Weston (2:35)
iii. Weston > Dern (5:10)
4. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis
i. Davis > McDonald (13:10)
ii. McDonald > Davis (10:00)
iii. McDonald > Davis (5:20)

Wednesday, August 25, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Little Beaver beat Friedrich Otto Von Schacht (16:20)
2. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Juan Humberto
3. Mae Weston beat Mae Young
i. Weston > Young (8:30)
ii. Young > Weston (6:00)
iii. Young was disqualified (4:10)
4. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk beat Angelo Cistoldi (referee: Ed Reynolds)
i. McGuirk beat Cistoldi (3:55)
ii. Cistoldi > McGuirk (7:09)
iii. McGuirk beat Cistoldi (6:10)

Wednesday, September 1, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Paul Jones beat Roy Graham via dq (15:35) (referee: Ed Reynolds)
2. Ellis Bashara drew Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (30:00)
3. Gladys “Killem” Gillem beat Mae Young
i. Gillem > Young (6:35)
ii. Gillem > Young (5:10)
4. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Juan Humberto (referee: Ed Reynolds)
i. McDonald > Humberto (14:10)
ii. Humberto was disqualified (5:30)

Wednesday, September 8, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Roy Graham (16:15)
2. Juan Humberto beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (referee: Ellis Bashara)
i. Davis > Humberto (15:30)
ii. Humberto > Davis (6:10)
iii. Davis was disqualified
3. Swedish Angel beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. Angel > Little Beaver (14:25)
ii. Angel > Little Beaver (4:31)

Monday, September 20, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Killer Karl Davis beat Jack “Sockeye” McDonald (14:10) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
2. Juan Humberto drew Roy Graham (45:00)
i. Graham > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Graham (5:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Ellis Bashara
i. McGuirk > Bashara (17:25)
ii. Bashara > McGuirk
iii. McGuirk > Bashara (1:20)

Wednesday, September 29, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Speedy LaRance beat Roy Graham (10:30)
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Juan Humberto via dq (9:00) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. LeRoy McGuirk drew Jack “Sockeye” McDonald (45:00)
i. McGuirk > McDonald
ii. McDonald > McGuirk
iii. The time limit expired
4. Swedish Angel beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Davis > Angel
ii. Angel > Davis (1:37)
iii. Angel > Davis

Wednesday, October 6, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Juan Humberto drew Speedy LaRance (30:00)
2. Killer Karl Davis beat Roy Graham (20:10)
3. World Women’s Champion Mildred Burke beat Mae Weston
i. Burke > Weston (10:35)
ii. Burke > Weston (7:10)
4. World Junior Heavyweight Champion LeRoy McGuirk beat Jack “Sockeye” McDonald
i. McDonald > McGuirk (20:10)
ii. McGuirk > McDonald (1:35)
iii. McGuirk > McDonald (8:35)

Wednesday, October 13, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ellis Bashara drew Jim “Goon” Henry (20:00)
2. Juan Humberto beat Jack “Sockeye” McDonald via dq (10:15) (referee: Charlie Schwartz)
3. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Speedy LaRance
i. Davis > LaRance (10:05)
ii. LaRance > Davis (4:30)
iii. Davis > LaRance (0:35)
4. Swedish Angel beat Killer Karl Davis
i. Davis > Angel (5:05)
ii. Angel > Davis (12:35)
iii. Angel > Davis (3:35)

Wednesday, October 20, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Joe Little Beaver beat Jack “Sockeye” McDonald via dq
2. Killer Karl Davis drew Ray Eckert (30:00)
3. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Ellis Bashara
i. Davis > Bashara
ii. Bashara > Davis (1:30)
iii. Bashara was disqualified (5:37)
4. Swedish Angel beat Angelo Cistoldi
i. Angel > Cistoldi (21:37)
ii. Angel > Cistoldi (12:35)

Monday, October 25, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Felipe Roman beat Charlie Laye (sub. Ray “Cowboy” Clements)
2. Ray Eckert beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
i. Little Beaver was disqualified (11:10)
ii. Eckert > Little Beaver
3. Ellis Bashara & Angelo Cistoldi beat Jack “Sockeye” McDonald & Killer Karl Davis (referees: Chief Joe Little Beaver & Charlie Schwartz)
i. McDonald & Davis won (18:10)
ii. Bashara & Cistoldi won (11:30)
iii. Bashara & Cistoldi won (7:35)

Monday, November 1, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Felipe Roman beat Tom Zaharias via dq (12:35)
2. Angelo Cistoldi beat Ray Eckert
i. Cistoldi > Eckert (9:15)
ii. Eckert > Cistoldi (5:10)
iii. Cistoldi > Eckert (7:18)
3. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Ellis Bashara
i. McDonald > Bashara (16:15)
ii. Bashara > McDonald (4:23)
iii. McDonald > Bashara (2:55)

Monday, November 8, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Ray “Cowboy” Clements drew Emir Badui (20:00)
2. Felipe Roman beat Ellis Bashara
i. Romano > Bashara (20:00)
ii. Bashara was disqualified (11:00)
3. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Jack “Sockeye” McDonald (referee: Ray Eckert)
i. Davis > McDonald (16:10)
ii. McDonald > Davis (8:15)
iii. Davis > McDonald (1:10)

Monday, November 15, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Tom Zaharias beat Emir Badui (11:35)
2. Felipe Roman beat Angelo Cistoldi
i. Cistoldi > Romano
ii. Romano > Cistoldi
iii. Cistoldi was disqualified
3. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Sterling “Dizzy” Davis
i. Davis > McDonald (20:00)
ii. McDonald > Davis
iii. Davis was unable to return

Wednesday, November 24, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium (2,700)
1. Frank Taylor beat Jim “Goon” Henry via dq
2. Felipe Roman beat Dutch Schultz
3. Juan Humberto drew Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (45:00)
i. Humberto > Davis
ii. Davis > Humberto
iii. The time limit expired
4. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Wild Bill Longson beat Tom Zaharias
i. Zaharias > Longson
ii. Longson > Zaharias
iii. Zaharias was unable to return

Wednesday, December 1, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Chief Joe Little Beaver drew Dutch Schultz
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Emir Badui (11:30)
3. Frank Taylor beat Tom Zaharias
i. Zaharias > Taylor
ii. Taylor > Zaharias
iii. Zaharias was disqualified
4. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Felipe Roman
i. McDonald > Romano (19:35)
ii. Romano > McDonald
iii. McDonald > Romano (0:57)

Wednesday, December 15, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Wayne Haley beat Dutch Schultz via dq (10:14)
2. Frank Brown drew Sterling “Dizzy” Davis (45:00)
i. Brown > Davis (10:00)
ii. Davis > Brown (10:18)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Frank Taylor
i. McDonald > Taylor (11:00)
ii. Taylor > McDonald (10:00)
iii. McDonald > Taylor

Wednesday, December 22, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Dutch Schultz beat Chief Joe Little Beaver
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Felipe Roman (referee: Frank Brown)
i. Davis > Roman
ii. Roman > Davis
iii. Davis > Roman
3. Angelo Cistoldi & Ellis Bashara beat Jack Kennedy & Jack “Sockeye” McDonald
i. –
ii. –
iii. Cistoldi & Bashara won

Wednesday, December 29, 1943
San Antonio, TX – Municipal Auditorium
1. Frank Brown beat Dutch Schultz
2. Sterling “Dizzy” Davis beat Wayne Haley
i. –
ii. –
iii. Davis > Haley
3. Jack “Sockeye” McDonald beat Angelo Cistoldi
i. Cistoldi was disqualified
ii. McDonald > Cistoldi



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