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Starting from 1930. This one will take me a while, since I'm starting this one from scratch.



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NOTE: It is highly likely that there were more minor cards than were recorded by the Dallas Morning News, and hence this list is likely incomplete.

Promoter: Bert Willoughby (Dallas)

Monday, January 6, 1930
Dallas, TX – City Hall Auditorium
1. Cyclone Fox drew George Poulos (20:00)
2. Joe Shimkus beat Dobie Osborn (2:00)
3. Al Karasick beat Abe Coleman
i. Karasick > Coleman (23:00)
ii. Coleman > Karasick (17:00)
iii. Karasick > Coleman (12:00)

Monday, January 13, 1930
Dallas, TX – City Hall Auditorium
1. Red Lindsay beat Amarillo Kid
2. Al Karasick beat John Ellis (45:00)
i. Karasick > Ellis (33:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Billy Edwards beat Joe Shimkus
i. Edwards > Shimkus (17:00)
ii. Shimkus > Edwards (13:00)
iii. Edwards > Shimkus

Friday, January 17, 1930
Ennis, TX – Service Café (promoter: H. Thompson)
1. Jimmy “Red” Lindsay vs. Otis Headrick
2. Joe Montana vs. Oklahoma Curley

Monday, January 20, 1930
Dallas, TX – City Hall Auditorium
1. Swede Thompson beat Red Lindsay (12:00)
2. Abe Coleman beat Joe Montana (23:00)
3. Billy Edwards beat Al Karasick
i. Edwards > Karasick (31:00)
ii. Karasick > Edwards (12:40)
iii. Karasick was unable to return

Thursday, January 23, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Plaza Theater (promoter: R.W. “Tommy” Stevens)
1. Joe Montana vs. John Ellis

Tuesday, January 28, 1930
Dallas, TX – City Hall Auditorium
1. Amarillo Kid drew Gabby Rupe (15:00)
2. Joe Kopecky beat Joe Montana (12:00)
3. Joe Shimkus beat John Ellis (16:00)
4. Freddie Meyer beat George Kotsonaros
i. Kotsonaros > Meyer (0:45)
ii. Meyer > Kotsonaros (25:00)
iii. Meyer > Kotsonaros (44:00)

Monday, February 10, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. George Poulos drew Cyclone Fox (30:00)
2. Abe Coleman beat Ernie “Wildcat“ Stevens (13:00)
3. Al Karasick beat Billy Edwards
i. Karasick > Edwards (32:00)
ii. Edwards > Karasick (8:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (33:00)

Thursday, February 13, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Jim Hudgins beat Babe Martin
i. Martin > Hudgins (0:20)
ii. Hudgins > Martin (8:00)
iii. Martin was disqualified

Promoter: Duke Tramel (Fort Worth).

Friday, February 14, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Benny Bolt drew Cranny Cranford (30:00)

Monday, February 17, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Red Lindsay vs. Dobie Osborn
2. Eddie Wirth beat Walter Logan via dq (referee: Jim Heslin)
3. Billy Edwards beat Abe Coleman (referee: Larry Meinert)

Thursday, February 20, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Bruce Ragsdale drew Rover Hudgins (10:00)
2. Jack Hendrix drew Jesse Allen (15:00)
3. Jap Martin beat Lawrence Jennings (utc)
4. Jim Hudgins beat Clayton Moffitt
i. –
ii. –
iii. Hudgins > Moffitt (utc)

Friday, February 21, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Pat Swanson beat John Schwartz (15:00) (referee: Art Shires)
2. Ernest Maupin drew Bill Christian

Monday, February 24, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jim Osborne beat Jesse Allen
2. Red Lindsay beat Young Headrick
3. Dobie Osborn beat Joe Montana
4. Eddie Wirth drew Cyclone Fox (30:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Walter Logan (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Edwards > Logan (23:00)
ii. Logan > Edwards (14:00)
iii. Edwards > Logan (9:00)

Thursday, February 27, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Sailor Baird drew Heine Schmidt (15:00)
2. Lawrence Jennings beat Bobby Stone (10:00)
3. Clayton Moffitt beat Jesse Allen
i. Moffitt > Allen
ii. Allen > Moffitt
iii. Moffitt > Allen
4. Arthur Saxon beat Swede Thompson
i. Saxon > Thompson (10:00)
ii. Thompson > Saxon (5:00)
iii. Saxon > Thompson (3:00)

Friday, February 28, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Young Swanson vs. Davey Jones
2. Pat Swanson vs. Jack Smith
3. Cranny Cranford vs. Jap Martin

Monday, March 3, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (5,500)
1. Babe Martin beat Lawrence Jennings (7:00) (referee: Larry Meinert)
2. Bert Kahn beat Clayton Moffitt (7:00) (referee: Larry Meinert)
3. Joe Parelli beat Red Lindsay (10:00) (referee: Larry Meinert)
4. Walter Logan beat Cyclone Fox (27:00) (referee: Larry Meinert)
5. Al Karasick drew George Kotsonaros (30:00) (referee: Ted Tonneman)
6. Gus Sonnenberg beat Freddie Meyer (referee: Ted Tonneman)
i. Sonnenberg > Meyer (28:00)
ii. Sonnenberg > Meyer (11:00)

Friday, March 7, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Kid Cotton drew Kid Brownie
2. Don Hickey beat Roughhouse Toney (2:00)
3. Young Swanson beat Roy Johns (6:00)
4. Cranny Cranford beat Curley Stringer
i. Cranford > Stringer
ii. Stringer > Cranford
iii. Stringer was disqualified

Monday, March 10, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Lawrence Jennings beat Red McCage
2. Red Lindsay beat Young Headrick (14:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Leslie Wolfe
i. Fox > Wolfe (15:00)
ii. Fox > Wolfe (3:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat John Kilonis (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Kilonis > Edwards (18:00)
ii. Edwards > Kilonis (9:40)
iii. Edwards > Kilonis (14:20)

Thursday, March 13, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Jesse Allen drew Amarillo Kid (10:00)
2. Clayton Moffitt drew Heine Schmidt (15:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Bronson Williams
i. Rattan > Williams (5:10)
ii. Rattan > Williams (6:00)
4. Roy Reynolds beat Denver Curley
i. Reynolds > Curley (17:00)
ii. Reynolds > Curley (11:00)

Monday, March 17, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Handicap match: Red Lindsay beat Jim Osborne (9:00). Lindsay had to win two falls in 30 minutes.
i. Lindsay > Osborne
ii. Lindsay > Osborne
2. Cyclone Fox beat Joe Stetson (18:00)
3. Oreste Vadalfi drew Jimmy O’Dowd (30:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Walter Logan (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Edwards > Logan (6:00)
ii. Logan > Edwards (16:00)
iii. Edwards > Logan (8:00)

Monday, March 17, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Joe Reno drew Billy Hallas (120:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, March 20, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Bulldog Britton drew Rex McCagg
2. Clayton Moffitt beat Heine Schmidt
i. –
ii. –
iii. Moffitt > Schmift
3. Lou Bartel beat Gus Pappas
i. –
ii. –
iii. Bartel > Pappas

Friday, March 21, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Young Gilliland drew Young Swanson
2. Kid Swanson drew Bill Wilson
3. Jimmy Carroll beat Lonnie Griffith
4. Davey Jones drew Willie Miller
5. Young McGowan beat Roughhouse Toney
6. Kid Brownie drew Kid Cotton
7. Cranny Cranford beat Curley Stringer

Monday, March 24, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Silent Rattan beat Bobby Stone (6:00)
2. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Oreste Vadalfi via dq (18:00)
3. Bert Kahn beat Claude Holt (5:00)
4. Freddie Meyer beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Meyer (18:00)
ii. Meyer > Edwards (23:00)
iii. Meyer > Edwards (12:00)

Monday, March 24, 1930
Dallas, TX – Colonial Athletic Club
1. Clayton Moffitt drew Jesse Allen (45:00)
2. Jack “Swede” Thompson ddq Charlie Miller

Friday, March 28, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Roy Johns vs. Willie Miller
2. Davey Jones vs. Young McGowan
3. Johnny Caldwell vs. Kid Mosier
4. Pat Swanson vs. Bill Wilson
5. Young Swanson vs. Young Gilliland

Monday, March 31, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Lawrence Jennings drew Bill Davis (15:00)
2. Red Lindsay beat Curley Stringer (8:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Amarillo Kid (11:00)
4. Joe Shimkus drew Oreste Vadalfi (20:00)
5. Cyclone Fox beat Walter Logan
i. Logan > Fox (21:50)
ii. Fox > Logan (11:40)
iii. Fox > Logan (14:00)

Thursday, April 3, 1930
Dallas, TX – City Hall Auditorium (Colonial Athletic Club)
1. Heine Schmidt vs. Rex McCagg
2. Clayton Moffitt vs. Jim Hudgins
3. John Ellis vs. Kid Cheney
4. Joe Reno vs. Billy Hallas
NOTE: No results were printed, but Hallas was wrestling in Ohio the previous night, so it is unlikely he appeared here.

Friday, April 4, 1930
Dallas, TX – Dallas Country Club
1. Silent Rattan beat Lawrence Jennings
2. Freddie Meyer drew Oreste Vadalfi

Friday, April 4, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Davey Jones vs. Young McGowan
2. Pat Swanson vs. Joe Reno
3. Curley Stringer vs. Jack Powell

Monday, April 7, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Silent Rattan beat Jack Powell (11:00)
2. Jack O’Malley beat Charlie Leahman (sub. Oreste Vadalfi)
i. O’Malley > Leahman (17:00)
ii. O’Malley > Leahman (9:00)
3. Freddie Meyer beat John Kilonis
i. Meyer > Kilonis (32:00)
ii. Kilonis > Meyer (13:00)
iii. Meyer > Kilonis (utc)

Monday, April 14, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (8,000)
1. Otis Headrick drew Jim Hudgins (15:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Clayton Moffitt (13:00)
3. John Kilonis beat Bull Montana
i. Montana was disqualified (28:00)
4. Hugh Nichols drew Bobby Myers (60:00)
i. Nichols > Myers (29:30)
ii. Myers > Nichols (19:20)
iii. The time limit expired
5. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Bert Kahn
i. Reynolds > Kahn (7:00)
ii. Kahn > Reynolds (4:30)
iii. Reynolds > Kahn (14:00)

Thursday, April 17, 1930
Dallas, TX – Ice Palace Arena, Oak Cliff (Colonial Athletic Club)
1. Ernest Smith beat Bobby Stone
2. Sailor Baird drew Henry Smith (20:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Jim Hudgins
4. Roy Anderson beat Sailor Jack Woods
i. Woods > Anderson
ii. Anderson > Woods
iii. Anderson > Woods

Monday, April 21, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jim Hudgins beat Alex Lee (11:00)
2. Clayton Moffitt beat Lawrence Jennings (9:00)
3. Joe Parelli beat Sam Godwin (5:00)
4. Abe Morris drew Charlie Leahman (30:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Freddie Meyer
i. Meyer > Edwards (28:00)
ii. Edwards > Meyer (17:00)
iii. Edwards > Meyer (26:00)

Thursday, April 24, 1930
Dallas, TX – Ice Palace Arena, Oak Cliff (Colonial Athletic Club)
1. Bobby Stone beat Lawrence Jennings via dq (35:00)
2. Alec Despenchio beat Bobby Brown (referee: Joe Reno)
i. Brown > Despenchio
ii. Despenchio > Brown
iii. Brown was disqualified

Monday, April 28, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Jim Hudgins beat Jesse Allen
2. Buddy Edwards beat Otis Headrick
3. Cyclone Fox drew George Barnes (60:00)
i. Barnes > Fox (35:00)
ii. Fox > Barnes (12:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jack O’Malley beat Abe Morris (12:00)
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Billy Edwards
i. Nichols > Edwards (14:00)
ii. Edwards > Nichols (15:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (6:00)

Thursday, May 1, 1930
Dallas, TX – Ice Palace Arena, Oak Cliff (Colonial Athletic Club)
1. Dutch Tennant drew Curley Stringer (15:00)
2. Windy Williams beat Sailor Barrett (12:00)
3. Bobby Stone beat Roughhouse Hobson (16:00)
4. Stanley Rogers beat Clarence Luttrall
i. Rogers > Luttrall (10:00)
ii. Luttrall > Rogers (4:00)
iii. Rogers > Luttrall (6:00)

Friday, May 2, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena (Old Ball Park, Oak Cliff)
1. Bill Davis vs. Henry Smith
2. Otis Headrick vs. Jack Powell
3. Joe Parelli beat Dutch Mantell (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Parelli > Mantell (29:00)
ii. Mantell > Parelli (16:00)
iii. Parelli > Mantell (17:00)

Promoter: Jack Fox (Fort Worth). Jack Fox was the brother of Leo “Cyclone” Fox.

Friday, May 2, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bill Christian beat Young Gilliland
2. Jack Williams beat Bob Elliott
3. Cyclone Fox beat Buddy Morris
i. Fox > Morris
ii. Fox > Morris
4. Cranny Cranford beat Jap Martin
i. Cranford > Martin
ii. Cranford > Martin

Monday, May 5, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (2,000)
1. Silent Rattan beat Jack Williams (4:30)
2. George Barnes beat Calvin Whiteside
i. Barnes > Whiteside (19:20)
ii. Barnes > Whiteside (14:00)
3. Cyclone Fox (sub. Buddy Wallace) drew Pete Brown (20:00)
4. Al Karasick beat Jack O’Malley
i. Karasick > O’Malley (27:20)
ii. O’Malley > Karasick (12:00)
iii. Karasick > O’Malley (15:00)

Thursday, May 8, 1930
Dallas, TX – Ice Palace Arena, Oak Cliff (Colonial Athletic Club)
1. Bill Davis drew Kid Bronson (15:00)
2. Bill Davis beat James Wakeland (2:00)
3. Sailor Barrett beat Bobby Stone
4. Jack Fisher beat Eddie Sharp (16:00)
5. Benny Bolt (sub. Leo Chase) beat Eddie Lewis
i. Bolt > Lewis
ii. Lewis > Bolt
iii. Bolt > Lewis
6. Adam Krieger beat Ned Fails (sub. Roy Anderson)
i. Krieger > Fails
ii. Krieger > Fails

Friday, May 9, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bill Christian beat Wildcat Miller (14:00)
2. Heine Schmidt drew Bill Davis (15:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Jim Heslin via dq
4. Cranny Cranford beat Jack Williams
i. Cranford > Williams
ii. Cranford > Williams

Saturday, May 10, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena
1. Red Lindsay drew Otis Headrick (15:00)
2. Joe Reno beat Lawrence Jennings (8:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Bill Davis (sub. Jim Hudgins) (11:00)
4. Dutch Mantell beat Don Golfino
i. Mantell > Golfino (24:00)
ii. Golfino > Mantell (26:00)
iii. Mantell > Golfino (16:00)
NOTE: This card was postponed from May 9 due to bad weather.

Monday, May 12, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Red Lindsay beat Otis Headrick (14:00)
2. Handicap match: Silent Rattan beat Dutch Mantell (20:00). Mantell was unable to win in the time limit.
3. Joe Shimkus drew Jack O’Malley (30:00)
4. Pete Brown beat Cyclone Fox
i. Fox > Brown (41:25)
ii. Brown > Fox (15:00) (utc)
iii. Fox was unable to return

Thursday, May 15, 1930
Dallas, TX – Ice Palace Arena, Oak Cliff (Colonial Athletic Club)
NOTE: Card cancelled due to bad weather causing very few tickets to be sold.

Friday, May 16, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena (500)
1. Otis Headrick beat Olin Miller
2. Henry Smith beat Bill Davis (10:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Bobby Stone (12:00)
4. Silent Rattan beat Oscar Strickland (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Rattan > Strickland (20:00)
ii. Rattan > Strickland (4:00)

Friday, May 16, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Pete Brown beat Calvin Whiteside
i. –
ii. –
iii. Brown > Whiteside
2. Cranny Cranford beat Red Lindsay
i. Lindsay > Cranford
ii. Cranford > Lindsay
iii. Cranford > Lindsay

Monday, May 19, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Oscar Strickland (6:00)
2. Henry Smith beat Lawrence Jennings (11:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Bobby Myers (45:00)
i. Brown > Myers (30:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Joe Shimkus beat Jack O’Malley
i. O’Malley > Shimkus (30:00)
ii. Shimkus > O’Malley (19:30)
iii. Shimkus > O’Malley (3:00)

Friday, May 23, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena
1. Henry Smith beat Morris Davis
2. Silent Rattan beat Jack Powell (8:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Red Lindsay
i. Lindsay > Reno (25:00)
ii. Reno > Lindsay (22:00)
iii. Reno > Lindsay (24:00)

Friday, May 23, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bobby Brown beat Sailor Thompson
2. Cranny Cranford beat Otis Headrick
i. –
ii. –
iii. Cranford > Headrick
3. Pete Brown beat Jim Heslin
i. Heslin > Brown
ii. Brown > Heslin (utc)
iii. Heslin was unable to continue

Monday, May 26, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Silent Rattan drew Joe Reno (20:00)
2. Pete Brown beat Calvin Whiteside
i. Brown > Whiteside (29:00)
ii. Brown > Whiteside (9:00)
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Bobby Myers
i. Nichols > Myers (31:00)
ii. Myers > Nichols (10:00)
iii. Nichols > Myers (16:00)

Friday, May 30, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena
1. Clayton Moffitt drew Lawrence Jennings (15:00)
2. Jim Hudgins beat Bob “Roughhouse” Hobson
3. Silent Rattan beat Teddy Lewis
i. Rattan > Lewis (31:00)
ii. Rattan > Lewis (9:00)

Friday, May 30, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Danny Bell beat Oscar Strickland
2. Bill Christian beat Otis Headrick
3. Cranny Cranford beat Amarillo Kid
4. Cyclone Fox beat Leslie Wolfe
i. Fox > Wolfe
ii. Wolfe > Fox
iii. Fox > Wolfe

Monday, June 2, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. George Batalis drew Leslie Wolfe (15:00)
2. Jack O’Malley beat Clarence Luttrall
i. O’Malley > Luttrall (12:00)
ii. O’Malley > Luttrall (9:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Pete Brown (referee: Hal Scott)
i. Brown > Fox (19:00)
ii. Fox > Brown (15:00)
iii. Fox > Brown (14:00)

Friday, June 6, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bill Christian beat Jimmy Carroll
2. Danny Bell drew Claude Gilliland
3. Cranny Cranford beat Jack Powell
i. –
ii. –
iii. Cranford > Powell
4. Jim Heslin beat Calvin Whiteside
i. –
ii. –
iii. Heslin > Whiteside

Monday, June 9, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Otis Headrick (8:00)
2. Tsutao Higami drew Pete Brown (45:00)
i. Brown > Higami (18:00)
ii. Higami > Brown (14:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Bobby Myers
i. Myers > Nichols (29:00)
ii. Nichols > Myers (15:00)
iii. Nichols > Myers (3:00)
NOTE: Also, on this card, Joe Reno was put to sleep by “Hindu hypnotist” Rajah Yogi in attempt to break the “long distance sleeping record” of 390 hours. He apparently slept in a “grave” near the Open-Air Arena at Oak Cliff. Cyclone Fox had been refused permission to undertake this stunt by his employers, the Dallas Fire Department.

Friday, June 13, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bill Davis drew Lawrence Jennings (20:00)
2. Red Lindsay beat Cranny Cranford
i. –
ii. –
iii. Lindsay > Cranford
3. Jim Heslin beat Roy Anderson
i. –
ii. –
iii. Heslin > Anderson

Monday, June 16, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Calvin Whiteside beat Arthur Saxon (7:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Marvin Willis (23:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Tsutao Higami
i. Brown > Higami (11:00)
ii. Higami > Brown
iii. Brown > Higami (15:00)

Friday, June 20, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena
1. Bobby Stone drew Lawrence Jennings (15:00)
2. Otis Headrick beat Bill Davis (4:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Claude Holt (5:00)
4. Pete Brown beat Cyclone Fox
i. Brown > Fox (23:00)
ii. Fox > Brown (19:00)
iii. Brown > Fox
NOTE: Headrick was also reported as wrestling in San Antonio on this date. One of the newspaper reports must be in error.

Friday, June 20, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Claude Gilliland beat Wildcat Miller
2. Charlie Leahman beat Clarence Luttrall (13:00)
3. Joe Shimkus beat Roy Anderson
i. –
ii. –
iii. Shimkus > Anderson

Monday, June 23, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jim Heslin beat Calvin Whiteside (10:00)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Joe Kopecky (45:00)
i. Fox > Kopecky (30:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds drew Silent Rattan (120:00)
i. Rattan > Reynolds (72:00)
ii. Reynolds > Rattan (35:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, June 26, 1930
Dallas, TX – Willoughby’s Open-Air Arena
1. Oscar Strickland beat Bobby Stone (15:00)
2. Charlie Leahman beat Clarence Luttrall (31:00)
3. Joe Reno drew Red Lindsay (10:00)
NOTE: Joe Reno fought this match on the day he “awakened” from his world record sleep of 406 hours and 15 minutes, complete with “17 days’ growth of beard.” The match was requested by Rajah Yogi to prove that the extended sleep would have no ill effects on Reno.

Friday, June 27, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street (800)
1. Curley Stringer beat Battling Lewis (8:30)
2. Cranny Cranford beat Oscar Strickland
3. Cyclone Fox beat Jim Heslin
i. –
ii. –
iii. Heslin was disqualified

Monday, June 30, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jim Hudgins drew Oscar Strickland (15:00)
2. Joe Kopecky beat Leslie Wolfe (45:00)
i. Kopecky > Wolfe (17:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Tsutao Higami drew George Batalis (15:00)
4. Joe Shimkus beat Freddie Meyer
i. Meyer > Shimkus (24:00)
ii. Shimkus > Meyer (9:00)
iii. Shimkus > Meyer (3:00)

Thursday, July 3, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Jumbo Shannon drew Wildcat Miller
2. Pat Swanson beat Claude Gilliland (12:30)
3. Joe Reno beat Bobby Stone
4. Tsutao Higami beat Red Lindsay
i. Higami > Lindsay (18:00)
ii. Lindsay > Higami (12:00)
iii. Higami > Lindsay

Monday, July 7, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Bobby Stone (5:00)
2. Tsutao Higami drew Joe Kopecky (45:00)
i. Kopecky > Higami (21:00)
ii. Higami > Kopecky (19:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Pete Brown drew Clete Kauffman (20:00)
4. Stanley Stasiak beat Joe Shimkus
i. Stasiak > Shimkus
ii. Stasiak > Shimkus

Friday, July 11, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bill Christian beat Jumbo Shannon
2. Joe Reno drew Cranny Cranford
3. Jim Heslin beat Arthur Saxon

Monday, July 14, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (7,000)
1. Otis Headrick beat Amarillo Kid (14:00)
2. Silent Rattan drew Cranny Cranforth (30:00)
3. Tsutao Higami beat Red Lindsay (19:00)
4. Pete Brown beat Roy Anderson (23:00)
5. World Heavyweight Champion Gus Sonnenberg beat Stanley Stasiak
i. Stasiak > Sonnenberg (31:00)
ii. Sonnenberg > Stasiak (14:45)
iii. Sonnenberg > Stasiak (4:10)

Friday, July 18, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Wildcat Miller drew Bill Hartsell
2. Tsutao Higami beat Amarillo Kid
3. Impromptu challenge: Tsutao Higami drew Cranny Cranford
4. Jim Heslin beat Roy Anderson

Monday, July 21, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Amarillo Kid drew Jim Hudgins (15:00)
2. Charlie Carr beat Ted Lewis (9:00)
3. Clete Kaufman beat Roy Anderson (17:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion High Nichols beat Pete Brown
i. Brown > Nichols (25:00)
ii. Nichols > Brown (19:00)
iii. Nichols > Brown (0:30)

Friday, July 25, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Tsutao Higami beat Cranny Cranford
i. –
ii. –
iii. Higami > Cranford
2. Pete Brown beat Jack Purdin
i. –
ii. –
iii. Brown > Purdin

Monday, July 28, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Otis Headrick drew Jim Hudgins (15:00)
2. Jack Purdin beat Bill Kenna (7:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Charlie Carr (17:00)
4. Hugh Nichols beat Tsutao Higami (sub. Clete Kaufman)
i. Catch-as-catch-can: Nichols > Higami (19:00)
ii. Jiu-jitsu: Higami > Nichols (8:00)
iii. Catch-as-catch-can: Nichols > Higami (9:00)

Friday, August 1, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Pat Cassidy beat Jim Osborne
2. Charlie Carr beat Jim Hudgins
3. Pat O’Brien beat Calvin Whiteside
i. O’Brien > Whiteside
ii. O’Brien > Whiteside

Monday, August 4, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Amarillo Kid beat Bobby Stone
2. Charlie Carr beat Kenneth Howell (18:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Pat O’Brien via dq (9:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Silent Rattan
i. Reno > Rattan (26:00)
ii. Rattan > Reno (18:00)
iii. Reno > Rattan (8:00)

Friday, August 8, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Danny Bell beat Bill Hartsell
2. Joe Reno beat Cranny Cranford
3. Pat O’Brien beat Roy Anderson

Monday, August 11, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Kopecky drew Tsutao Higami (20:00)
2. Pat O’Brien beat Roy Anderson (17:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Bert Kahn
i. Kahn > Reno (19:00)
ii. Reno > Kahn
iii. Kahn was unable to return

Friday, August 15, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Cecil Vaughn beat Virgil May
2. Wildcat Miller drew Bill Christian (15:00)
3. Joe Kopecky beat Oscar Lindsey
i. Kopecky > Lindsey
ii. Kopecky > Lindsey
4. Pat O’Brien beat Leslie Wolfe
i. –
ii. –
iii. O’Brien > Wolfe

Monday, August 18, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Otis Headrick beat Red Rogers (17:00)
2. Pat O’Brien drew Jimmy Coffield (20:00)
3. Gus Kallio beat Charlie Carr (27:00)
4. World Middleweight Champion George “Barnes” Sauer beat Joe Kopecky
i. Kopecky > Sauer (21:00)
ii. Sauer > Kopecky (42:00)
iii. Sauer > Kopecky (15:00)

Friday, August 22, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Joe Kopecky beat Red Lindsay
2. Jim Heslin beat Pat O’Brien
i. Heslin > O’Brien
ii. O’Brien > Heslin
iii. Heslin > O’Brien

Monday, August 25, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (4,000)
1. Tsutao Higami drew Charlie Carr (20:00)
2. Jimmy Coffield beat Roy Anderson (17:00)
3. Gus Kallio beat Marvin Willis (11:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Silent Rattan (referee: George “Barnes” Sauer)
i. Reno > Rattan (69:00)
ii. Reno > Rattan (0:20)

Friday, August 29, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Sailor Nelson drew Bill Christian
2. Pat Swanson beat Kid Williams
3. Farmer Vance beat Roy Anderson
4. Tsutao Higami beat Joe Kopecky via dq

Monday, September 1, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Red Rogers vs. Jesse Allen
2. Farmer Vance vs. Calvin Whiteside
3. Tsutao Higami vs. Joe Kopecky
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols vs. Pat O’Brien

Monday, September 1, 1930
Dallas, TX –Fair Park Automobile Building
1. Jack Powell vs. Roughhouse Martin
2. George Batalis vs. Leslie Wolf

Friday, September 5, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Benny Bortay vs. Wildcat Miller
2. Bill Christian vs. Blondy Walker
3. Harry Burke vs. Leslie Wolfe
4. Pat O’Brien vs. Joe Kopecky

Monday, September 8, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Otis Headrick beat Red Rogers
2. Jack Purdin beat Calvin Whiteside (4:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Kenneth Howell (11:00)
4. Jimmy Coffield drew Farmer Vance (45:00)
5. George “Barnes” Sauer beat Red Lindsay
i. Lindsay > Sauer (0:40)
ii. Sauer > Lindsay (23:00)
iii. Sauer > Lindsay (14:00)

Friday, September 12, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Benny Bortay vs. Jack Hendrix
2. Jim Hudgins vs. Cranny Cranford
3. Farmer Vance vs. Jimmy Coffield
4. Pat O’Brien vs. Jim Heslin

Monday, September 15, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Harry Tusson beat Earl Smith (3:00)
2. Farmer Vance beat Al Mercur (7:00)
3. Tsutao Higami beat Charlie Carr
i. Higami > Carr (27:00)
ii. Carr was unable to return
4. Silent Rattan beat Billy Hallas
i. Rattan > Hallas (23:00)
ii. Hallas > Rattan (17:00)
iii. Hallas was disqualified (6:00)

Thursday, September 18, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena (promoter: Lee Holcombe)
1. Alvin Harre vs. Beaty Hobson
2. Lawrence Jennings vs. Austin Barbose

Friday, September 19, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Jap Martin beat Windy Windham
2. Wildcat Miller beat Benny Bartay
3. Bill Christian beat Jack Hendrix
4. Cyclone Fox drew Leslie Wolfe (45:00)
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Jim Heslin
i. Heslin > Nichols
ii. Nichols > Heslin
iii. Nichols > Heslin

Tuesday, September 23, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Red Rogers beat ???
2. Jack Purdin beat Cowboy Jacobs (7:00)
3. Farmer Vance beat Leslie Wolfe (17:00)
4. Waino Ketonen beat George “Barnes” Sauer (25:00)
5. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Joe Reno (referee: Cyclone Fox)
i. Reno > Reynolds (26:00)
ii. Reynolds > Reno (11:00)
iii. Reynolds > Reno

Friday, September 26, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Milton Moore beat Gabby Rupe
2. Pat Swanson beat Claude Gilliland
3. Cranny Cranford beat Jim Hudgins
4. Cyclone Fox beat Joe Kopecky

Tuesday, September 30, 1930
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Elmo DeVora beat Al Mercur (7:00)
2. Waino Ketonen beat Red Lindsay (27:00)
3. Silent Rattan drew Tsutao Higami (30:00)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Jesse Allen (6:00)
5. Farmer Vance beat Jimmy Coffield
i. Coffield > Vance (28:00)
ii. Vance > Coffield (24:00)
iii. Vance > Coffield (2:00)

Thursday, October 2, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building (promoter: Sully Montgomery)
1. Eddie Sharp drew Harry Chocker
2. Jack Elliott drew Davey Jones
3. Pat Swanson beat Jack Lewis
i. Lewis > Swanson
ii. Swanson > Lewis
iii. Swanson > Lewis
4. Charles Fischer beat Joe Wisack
i. Fischer > Wisack
ii. Fischer > Wisack

Friday, October 3, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – Open Air Arena on South Main Street
1. Bill Christian drew Wildcat Miller (10:00)
2. Cranny Cranford beat Milton Moore
3. Silent Rattan beat Charlie Carr
i. Rattan > Carr
ii. Carr > Rattan
iii. Rattan > Carr
4. Farmer Vance beat Roy Reynolds
i. Reynolds > Vance
ii. Vance > Reynolds
iii. Reynolds was unable to return

Monday, October 6, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cyclone Mackey beat Tuffy McMullen (18:00)
2. Einar Johanneson beat Dutch Hefner (15:00)
3. Waino Ketonen drew Cyclone Fox (30:00)
4. Silent Rattan beat Joe Reno (120:00)
i. Rattan < Reno (76:00)
ii. The time limit expired

Friday, October 10, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Bill Christian drew Don Fox (10:00)
2. Benny Bortay beat Jesse Allen (25:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Tuffy McMullen
4. Farmer Vance beat Gus Pappas

Thursday, October 16, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Silent Rattan vs. Cyclone Fox

Thursday, October 16, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building (promoter: Sully Montgomery)
1. Ed Clark drew Jack Ryan
2. Jack Lewis beat Pat Swanson
3. Sailor Jack Woods beat Ed Kennedy
i. –
ii. –
iii. Woods> Kennedy
4. Charles Fischer beat Stanley West
i. –
ii. –
iii. Fischer > West

Friday, October 17, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Jesse Allen beat Benny Bortay
2. Duke Tramel beat Newsboy Toto
3. Farmer Vance drew Gus Pappas
4. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Red Lindsay

Saturday, October 18, 1930
Dallas, TX – City Hall Auditorium
1. Cecil Akers vs. Fred Pairett
2. Silent Bill Lewis vs. Bill Davis
3. Silent Willie Walls vs. Roughhouse Martin
4. Silent Rattan vs. ???

Thursday, October 23, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Jimmy O’Dowd vs. Gus Pappas
2. Waino Ketonen vs. Tsutao Higami

Friday, October 24, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Jack Purdin beat Al Mercur (11:00)
2. Cyclone Mackey drew Tsutao Higami (20:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Wildcat Miller (9:00)
4. Waino Ketonen beat Dick Darling (45:00)
i. Ketonen > Darling (31:00)
ii. The time limit expired
5. World Heavyweight Champion Gus Sonnenberg beat Einar Johanneson
i. Sonnenberg > Johanneson (31:00)
ii. Sonnenberg > Johanneson (18:00)

Thursday, October 30, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Gus Pappas vs. Jack Purdin

Thursday, October 30, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building (promoter: Sully Montgomery)
1. Ed Kennedy drew Pat Swanson (15:00)
2. Stanley West beat Sailor Jack Woods

Monday, November 3, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. Joe Reno drew Tuffy McMullen (20:00) (referee: Ray Mattison)
2. Cyclone Mackey drew Silent Rattan (20:00) (referee: Ray Mattison)
3. Jimmy O’Dowd drew Farmer Vance (60:00) (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. O’Dowd > Vance (37:00)
ii. Vance > O’Dowd (11:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Waino Ketonen (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. Ketonen > Kallio (26:00)
ii. Kallio > Ketonen (22:00)
iii. Kallio > Ketonen (18:00)

Tuesday, November 4, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building
1. Claude Gilliland vs. Gabby Rupe
2. Wildcat Miller vs. Pat Swanson
3. Waino Ketonen vs. Dick Darling
4. Cyclone Fox vs. Elmo DeVora
NOTE: After this card, Jack Fox moved to the West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall.

Thursday, November 6, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Roughhouse Martin drew Jack Dunn (30:00)
2. Joe Reno beat Cyclone Fox (60:00)
i. Reno > Fox (40:00)
ii. The time limit expired

Monday, November 10, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (2,000)
1. Lee Meyers beat Jack O’Brien (8:00) (referee: Red Lindsay)
2. Tuffy McMullen beat Silent Rattan (11:50) (referee: Red Lindsay)
3. Teddy Waters beat Dick Darling (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Waters > Darling (21:00)
ii. Darling was unable to return
4. Hugh Nichols beat Jimmy O’Dowd (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Nichols > O’Dowd (22:00)
ii. O’Dowd > Nichols (9:00)
iii. Nichols > O’Dowd (10:00)

Monday, November 10, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – City Recreation Building (promoter: Sully Montgomery)
1. Stanley West vs. George Batalis

Wednesday, November 12, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Earl Smith drew Lloyd Kennedy
2. Jack Purdin drew Gus Pappas (60:00)
i. Purdin > Pappas (35:00)
ii. Pappas > Purdin (10:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Friday, November 14, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Bill Hartsell drew Tommy Pool
2. Clarence Luttrall beat Pat Swanson
3. Dobie Osborn beat Farmer Vance via dq
4. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Gus Pappas
i. Pappas > O’Dowd
ii. O’Dowd > Pappas
iii. O’Dowd > Pappas

Monday, November 17, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (8,000)
1. Joe Reno drew Cyclone Mackey (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. Mackey > Reno (31:00)
ii. Reno > Mackey
iii. No contest
2. Silent Rattan beat Tuffy McMullen (60:00) (referee: Red Lindsay)
i. Rattan > McMullen (41:00)
ii. The time limit expired
iii. Pat O’Brien beat Tony Bernardi (referee: Cyclone Fox)
iv. Bernardi > O’Brien
v. O’Brien > Bernardi
vi. O’Brien > Bernardi

Wednesday, November 19, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Gus Pappas beat Roy Anderson
i. Anderson > Pappas (18:00)
ii. Pappas > Anderson (13:00)
iii. Pappas > Anderson (8:00)

Friday, November 21, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Wildcat Miller vs. Bill Hartsell
2. Clarence Luttrall vs. Jimmy O’Dowd
3. Pat O’Brien vs. Dobie Osborn

Monday, November 24, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bill Christian beat Ben Bartay
2. Tuffy McMullen beat Roughhouse Martin
3. Cyclone Fox beat Red Lindsay
i. Fox > Lindsay
ii. Fox > Lindsay
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Reno (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Reno > Mackey (45:00)
ii. Mackey > Reno (21:00)
iii. Reno was disqualified (16:00)

Wednesday, November 26, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Clayton Moffitt vs. Roughhouse Martin
2. Jack Sampson vs. Gus Pappas

Friday, November 28, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Bill Christian vs. ???
2. Gus Pappas vs. Stanley West
3. Jimmy O’Dowd vs. Clarence Luttrall

Monday, December 1, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bill Christian beat Tommy Pool (9:00)
2. Tony Bernardi drew Stanley West (20:00)
3. Cyclone Mackey beat Tuffy McMullen
i. Mackey > McMullen (30:00)
ii. McMullen was unable to return
4. Pat O’Brien beat Otis Clingman (referee: Lee Meyers)
i. O’Brien > Clingman (30:00)
ii. Clingman > O’Brien (24:00)
iii. O’Brien > Clingman

Wednesday, December 3, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Jimmy Scollons vs. Kid Foster
2. Jack Purdin vs. Gus Pappas

Friday, December 5, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Bill Christian vs. Benny Mathis
2. Roy Reynolds vs. Pat O’Brien
3. Stanley West vs. Jimmy O’Dowd

Monday, December 8, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (2,00)
1. Bill Christian beat Jack Powell (12:00)
2. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Dobie Osborn (21:00)
3. Stanley West beat Pat O’Brien (60:00)
i. West > O’Brien (26:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Otis Clingman beat Lee Meyers
i. Clingman > Meyers (28:00)
ii. Myers > Clingman (14:00)
iii. Clingman > Meyers (4:00)

Friday, December 12, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Bill Christian vs. Benny Mathis
2. Cyclone Fox vs. Jimmy O’Dowd
3. Pete Brown vs. Dobie Osborn

Monday, December 15, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. Jack Griffith beat Fred Kimball (3:00) (referee: Jim Heslin)
2. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Roy Anderson (14:00) (referee: Jim Heslin)
3. Pete Brown beat Lee Meyers (18:00) (referee: Jim Heslin)
4. Billy Edwards beat Stanley West (referee: Ray Mattison)
i. West > Edwards (11:00)
ii. Edwards > West (10:00)
iii. Edwards > West (12:00)

Wednesday, December 17, 1930
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Jack O’Brien beat Jack Hendrix
2. Buzz Bartley beat Buck Schwartz
i. Bartley > Schwartz
ii. Schwartz > Bartley
iii. Bartley > Schwartz

Friday, December 19, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Charlie Leahman vs. Jim Heslin
2. Billy Edwards beat Roy Reynolds

Monday, December 22, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Tuffy McMullen (6:00)
2. Otis Clingman beat Louis Westcott
i. Clingman > Westcott (11:00)
ii. Clingman > Westcott (4:00)
3. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Stanley West
i. O’Dowd > West (32:00)
ii. O’Dowd > West (0:30)
4. Billy Edwards beat Pete Brown
i. Brown > Edwards (15:00)
ii. Edwards > Brown (9:00)
iii. Edwards > Brown (14:00)

Friday, December 26, 1930
Fort Worth, TX – West Eleventh Street Athletic Hall
1. Benny Mathis vs. Bill Christian
2. Leslie Wolfe vs. Lee Meyers
3. Jim Heslin vs. Charlie Leahman

Monday, December 29, 1930
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (5,000)
1. Otis Headrick drew Roughhouse Martin (15:00)
2. Silent Rattan drew Cyclone Mackey (45:00)
i. Rattan > Mackay (17:00)
ii. Mackey > Rattan (13:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Jim Heslin beat Buzz Bartley
i. Heslin > Bartley (17:00)
ii. Heslin > Bartley (9:00)
4. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > O’Dowd (17:00)
ii. O’Dowd > Edwards (12:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified



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There were a lot of wrestling cards in Dallas-Fort Worth in 1931! Probably even more than I could find and list here. On the few occasions that the minor cards had printed results, they were often very different from the advertised card, so take the cards without results as a only an indication of what might have happened.

Promoter: Bert Willoughby (Dallas)

Thursday, January 1, 1931
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Jack Hendrix vs. Jack O’Brien
2. Roughhouse Martin vs. Billy Hallas

Thursday, January 8, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum (1,500) (promoter: Dick Griffin)
1. Joe Kirk beat Buddy Edwards
2. Joe Reno drew Cyclone Mackey (30:00)
3. Wrestler vs. boxer: Crannie Cranford beat Duke Tramel (0:15)
4. Pat O’Brien beat Stanley West (referee: Jack Dempsey)
i. O’Brien > West
ii. West > O’Brien
iii. O’Brien > West

Friday, January 9, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (10,000)
1. Jim Heslin beat Joe Montana (12:00)
2. Cyclone Mackey beat Buddy Edwards (14:40)
3. Joe Parelli drew Joe Reno
4. Billy Edwards beat Jimmy O’Dowd (referee: Jack Dempsey)
i. Edwards > O’Dowd (21:00)
ii. O’Dowd > Edwards (15:00)
iii. Edwards > O’Dowd (16:00)

Thursday, January 15, 1931
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Jim Hudgins vs. Red Moore
2. Lawrence Jennings vs. Red McCage
3. George Batalis vs. “Indian Chief of Oklahoma”

Promoters: Jack Fox and Cranny Cranford (Fort Worth)

Friday, January 16, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Benny Bortay drew Sailor Barrett
2. Billy Love drew Masked Marvel
3. Stanley Rogers beat Clarence Luttrall (referee: Pat Swanson)
i. Rogers > Luttrall (5:00)
ii. Luttrall > Rogers (18:00)
iii. Luttrall was disqualified
4. Cyclone Fox beat Leslie Wolfe
i. Fox > Wolfe (48:00)
ii. Wolfe was unable to return

Monday, January 19, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno drew Buddy Edwards (20:00)
2. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Kirk (17:00)
3. Masked Marvel beat Stanley West (14:00)
4. Bull Montana beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Montana (32:00)
ii. Montana > Edwards
iii. Edwards was disqualified (8:00)

Friday, January 23, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Sailor Barrett beat Tommy Pool
2. Billy Love drew Tiger Taylor
3. Clarence Luttrall beat Tony Marconi
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Reno

Tuesday, January 27, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pancho Vitela drew Joe Kirk (15:00)
2. Billy Love beat Al Mercer (sub. Tiger Taylor) (6:00)
3. Jake Kantcher drew Lee Meyers (20:00)
4. Pat O’Brien beat Dick Kanthe (16:00)
5. Bull Montana beat John Kilonis (referee: Cyclone Fox)
i. Kilonis > Montana (29:00)
ii. Kilonis was disqualified from the match (15:00)

Friday, January 30, 1931
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Danny O’Shea vs. Roughhouse Martin

Friday, January 30, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Buddy Edwards beat Wildcat Miller
2. Pat Swanson drew Bill McKenna
3. John Kilonis beat Cyclone Fox
4. Bull Montana beat Clarence Luttrall
i. Montana > Luttrall
ii. Luttrall > Montana
iii. Montana > Luttrall

Tuesday, February 3, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Roughhouse Martin (6:00)
2. Bob Montgomery beat Clarence Luttrall (15:00)
3. Pat O’Brien drew Cyclone Fox (45:00)
i. O’Brien > Fox (25:00)
ii. Fox > O’Brien (11:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. John Kilonis beat Bull Montana (sub. Billy Edwards)
i. Kilonis > Montana (38:00)
ii. Montana > Kilonis (11:00)
iii. Kilonis > Montana (4:00)

Friday, February 6, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Pat Swanson vs. Bill McKenna
2. Buddy Edwards vs. Benny Bortay
3. Clarence Luttrall vs. Dick Kanthe
4. Cyclone Fox vs. John Kilonis

Tuesday, February 10, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Walter Logan beat Joe Montana (11:00)
2. Joe Reno beat Danny O’Shea (12:00)
3. Bob Montgomery beat Pat O’Brien (17:00)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Tom Fleming
i. Fox > Fleming (9:00)
ii. Fox > Fleming (3:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat John Kilonis
i. Kilonis > Edwards (27:00)
ii. Edwards > Kilonis (14:00)
iii. Edwards > Kilonis (9:00)

Friday, February 13, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Jap Martin vs. Sailor Barrett
2. Joe Reno vs. Eddie Kantcheer
3. Bull Montana vs. Pat O’Brien

Monday, February 16, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jake Kantcher beat Lee Meyers (18:00)
2. Bob Montgomery beat Walter Logan (15:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Jack Gorman (45:00)
i. Reno > Gorman (39:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Cyclone Mackey
i. Mackey > Reynolds (21:00)
ii. Reynolds > Mackey (utc)
iii. Mackey was unable to return

Friday, February 20, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Wildcat Miller beat Jimmy Boyle (14:00)
2. Pat Swanson drew Bud Wallace
3. Cyclone Fox drew Pat O’Brien
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Eddie Kantcheer
i. Kantcheer > Reynolds
ii. Reynolds > Kantcheer
iii. Reynolds > Kantcheer

Monday, February 23, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Tony Cardini beat Red Lindsay (14:00)
2. Bob Montgomery beat John Sarpolis (12:00)
3. Jack Gorman beat Benny Mathis (sub. Basanta Singh)
i. Gorman > Mathis (19:00)
ii. Gorman > Mathis (6:00)
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Joe Reno
i. Reynolds > Reno (26:00)
ii. Reno > Reynolds (14:00)
iii. Reynolds > Reno (17:00)

Friday, February 27, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Buddy Edwards drew Joe Kirk (15:00)
2. Pat Swanson beat Bud Wallace
3. Jack Gorman beat Tuffy McMullen
i. McMullen > Gorman (0:10)
ii. Gorman > McMullen
iii. Gorman > McMullen
4. Cyclone Fox beat Clarence Luttrall
i. Luttrall > Fox (11:00)
ii. Fox > Luttrall (10:30)
iii. Fox > Luttrall (11:00)

Monday, March 2, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bob Montgomery beat Stanley West (11:00)
2. Tom Alley beat Walter Logan (12:00)
3. Jack Gorman drew Basanta Singh (60:00)
i. Gorman > Singh (22:00)
ii. Singh > Gorman (17:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Billy Edwards (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Nichols > Edwards (29:00)
ii. Edwards > Nichols (19:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (17:00)

Friday, March 6, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Pat Swanson drew Benny Garlan
2. Tom Alley beat Clarence Luttrall
3. Jack Gorman beat Joe Reno
4. Cyclone Fox beat John Kilonis
i. Kilonis > Fox
ii. Fox > Kilonis
iii. Kilonis was counted out

Wednesday, March 11, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. King Elliott beat Pat Swanson (8:00)
2. Impromptu challenge: King Elliott beat Al Mercer (8:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Billy Meyers (17:00)
4. Tom Alley beat John Kilonis (60:00)
i. Alley > Kilonis (54:00)
ii. The time limit expired
5. Billy Edwards beat Bob Montgomery
i. Montgomery > Edwards (15:00)
ii. Edwards > Montgomery (12:00)
iii. Edwards > Montgomery (13:00)
NOTE: The card also featured a boxing exhibition with Max Schmeling sparring with Pedro Lopez and Lou Barba. Schmeling had been advertised to referee the main event, but Schmeling denied any knowledge of a wire confirming this which had been sent to promoter Bert Willoughby).

Thursday, March 12, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Ike Singleton beat Lyle Turner
2. Benny Mathis beat Benny Garlan
3. King Elliott beat Joe Parelli (21:00)
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Jack Gorman
i. Reynolds > Gorman (31:00)
ii. Gorman was unable to continue

Tuesday, March 17, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Walter Logan beat Billy Meyers (15:00)
2. King Elliott drew Stanley West (20:00)
3. Bob Montgomery drew Stanley Rogers (sub. Cyclone Fox) (60:00)
i. Montgomery > Rogers (22:00)
ii. Rogers > Montgomery (20:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Tom Alley beat Billy Edwards (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Edwards > Alley (18:00)
ii. Alley > Edwards (9:00)
iii. Alley > Edwards (15:00)

Thursday, March 19, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Jack Rooney beat Oscar Lindsey
2. Walter Logan beat Pat Swanson
3. Tom Alley beat Stanley West (15:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Jack Gorman
i. Gorman > Reno (17:00)
ii. Reno > Gorman
iii. Reno > Gorman

Friday, March 20, 1931
Dallas, TX – B.P.O. Elks No. 71 Lodge
1. Tom Alley vs. Stanley West
2. Joe Reno vs. Buddy Edwards
3. Cyclone Fox vs. Walter Logan

Monday, March 23, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Kirk drew Roughhouse Martin (15:00)
2. Joe Reno drew Jack Gorman (30:00)
3. Abe Coleman beat Bob Montgomery (17:00)
4. Tom Alley beat John Kilonis
i. Kilonis > Alley (41:00)
ii. Alley > Kilonis (12:00)
iii. Kilonis was unable to return

Thursday, March 26, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Wildcat Miller beat Tommy Pool (9:00)
2. Pat Swanson drew Benny Mathis (15:00)
3. Tom Alley beat Pat O’Brien
i. Alley > O’Brien (37:00)
ii. O’Brien was unable to return
4. Cyclone Fox beat Vic Muhl
i. Fox > Muhl (21:00)
ii. Muhl > Fox
iii. Fox > Muhl

Monday, March 30, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Jimmy Murphy beat Bobby Novack
2. Eddie Shaboo drew Joe Reno (20:00)
3. George Sauer beat Jack Morgan (9:00)
4. Abe Coleman beat Vic Muhl (16:00)
5. Tom Alley beat Hugh Nichols
i. Alley > Nichols (29:00)
ii. Alley > Nichols (10:00)

Thursday, April 2, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Wildcat Miller drew Benny Bortay
2. Joe Montana beat Bob Bennett
3. Pat O’Brien drew George “Barnes” Sauer (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Stanley Rogers
i. –
ii. –
iii. Edwards > Rogers

Monday, April 6, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. Joe Mullens beat King Elliott (13:00) (referee: Jack Morgan)
2. Joe Parelli drew Eddie Shaboo (20:00) (referee: Jack Morgan)
3. George Sauer beat Teddy Waters (22:00) (referee: Jack Morgan)
4. Tom Alley beat Abe Coleman (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Coleman > Alley (0:55)
ii. Alley > Coleman (19:00)
iii. Alley > Coleman (0:30)

Thursday, April 9, 1931
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Roy Anderson beat Jack Murdoch
i. –
ii. –
iii. Anderson > Murdoch

Thursday, April 9, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Benny Mathis beat Charles Burgett
2. Ed Schuman drew Jimmy Murphy
3. Bob Montgomery beat Tony Marconi
i. Montgomery > Marconi
ii. Montgomery > Marconi
4. Billy Edwards beat Pat O’Brien
i. Edwards > O’Brien
ii. O’Brien > Edwards
iii. Edwards > O’Brien

Monday, April 13, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Ed Schuman (6:00)
2. Joe Parelli beat Lee Meyers
3. Teddy Waters drew George Bennett (20:00)
4. Pat O’Brien beat Bob Montgomery (45:00)
i. O’Brien > Montgomery (12:00)
ii. The time limit expired
5. Tom Alley beat Billy Edwards (referee: Joe Mullens)
i. Alley > Edwards (51:00)
ii. Alley > Edwards (25:00)

Thursday, April 16, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Benny Mathis drew Pat Swanson
2. Eddie Shaboo beat Jimmy Murphy
3. Joe Reno beat Ed Schuman
i. Reno > Schuman
ii. Reno > Schuman
4. Bob Montgomery beat Vic Muhl
i. Muhl > Montgomery (14:00)
ii. Montgomery > Muhl
iii. Montgomery > Muhl

Monday, April 20, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Vic Muhl drew Oscar Olup (20:00)
2. Joe Parelli beat George Bennett (13:00)
3. Eddie Shaboo beat Silent Rattan
i. Shaboo > Rattan (32:00)
ii. Shaboo > Rattan (4:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Tom Alley (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Alley > Nichols (33:00)
ii. Nichols > Alley (13:00)
iii. Nichols > Alley (7:00)

Thursday, April 23, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Pat Swanson beat Shipwreck Kelly
2. Jack Purdin beat Benny Mathis
3. Frenchy LaRue beat King Elliott
i. LaRue > Elliott
ii. LaRue > Elliott
4. Cyclone Fox beat Bob Montgomery
i. Montgomery > Fox
ii. Fox > Montgomery
iii. Fox > Montgomery

Monday, April 27, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Bob Montgomery drew Teddy Waters (20:00) (referee: Lee Meyers)
2. Eddie Shaboo beat Joe Reno via dq (14:00) (referee: Lee Meyers)
3. Tom Alley drew Juan Humberto (60:00) (referee: Lee Meyers)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. Billy Edwards beat Joe Mullens (referee: Ray Mattison)
i. Mullens > Edwards (21:00)
ii. Edwards > Mullens (8:00)
iii. Edwards > Mullens (6:00)

Thursday, April 30, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Benny Mathis drew Tuffy McMullen
2. Kenneth Howell beat Wildcat Miller
3. Jack Purdin drew Teddy Waters (45:00)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Scotty Dawkins
i. Dawkins > Fox
ii. Fox > Dawkins
iii. Fox > Dawkins

Monday, May 4, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Buddy Edwards beat Bobby Novack (12:00)
2. Joe Parelli beat Bob Castle (13:00)
3. Eddie Shaboo drew Jack Gorman (20:00)
4. Harry Kehoe drew Juan Humberto (60:00)
i. Kahoe > Humberto (1:20)
ii. Humberto > Kahoe (38:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Tom Alley beat Billy Edwards (referee: Ray Mattison)
i. Alley > Edwards (21:00)
ii. Edwards > Alley (12:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (4:20)

Thursday, May 7, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – West Eleventh Street Arena
1. Kenneth Howell beat Benny Mathis
2. Buddy Edwards beat Joe Novak
3. Harry Kehoe beat Tom Milliken
i. Kehoe > Milliken
ii. Kehoe > Milliken
4. Scotty Dawkins beat Dr. Eddie Mueller (referee: Benny Mathis)
i. –
ii. –
iii. Dawkins > Mueller

Monday, May 11, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (1,000)
1. Bulldog Roberts beat Leslie Wolfe (17:00) (referee: Bob Castle)
2. Harry Kehoe beat Vic Muhl (16:00) (referee: Bob Castle)
3. Bob Montgomery drew Joe Mullens (60:00) (referee: Bob Castle)
i. Montgomery > Mullens (21:00)
ii. Mullens > Montgomery (11:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat Bull Montana (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Humberto > Montana (24:00)
ii. Humberto > Montana (15:00)

Thursday, May 14, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Wildcat Miller drew Bill Christian
2. Pat Swanson drew Hub Moore
3. Joe Reno beat Benny Mathis
4. Vic Muhl beat Jack Purdin (45:00)
i. Muhl > Purdin
ii. The time limit expired
5. Cyclone Fox beat Scotty Dawkins
i. Dawkins > Fox (13:00)
ii. Fox > Dawkins
iii. Fox > Dawkins

Monday, May 18, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bob Montgomery beat Farmer Vance
i. Vance > Montgomery (1:00)
ii. Montgomery > Vance (13:00)
iii. Montgomery > Vance (13:00)
2. Jack Gorman beat Joe Reno
i. Gorman > Reno (39:00)
ii. Reno was disqualified
3. Juan Humberto beat Harry Kehoe
i. Humberto > Kehoe (45:00)
ii. Humberto > Kehoe (16:00)

Friday, May 22, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack Hendrix drew Buddy Edwards
2. Jim Hudgins beat Benny Bortay
3. Dr. Eddie Mueller beat Roy Reynolds
i. –
ii. –
iii. Mueller > Reynolds
4. Billy Edwards beat Scotty Dawkins
i. Edwards > Dawkins
ii. Dawkins > Edwards
iii. Edwards > Dawkins
NOTE: This show was rescheduled from May 21 due to bad weather.

Monday, May 25, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. George Sauer beat Dobie Osborn
2. Joe Reno beat Tuffy McMullen
3. Mike Howard beat Harry Kehoe (10:30)
4. Billy Edwards beat Juan Humberto
i. Edwards > Humberto (49:00)
ii. Edwards > Humberto (1:40)

Thursday, May 28, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Pat Swanson beat Jack Wayne
2. Jim Hudgins drew Benny Mathis
3. Silent Olson Condell beat Walter Logan
i. Condell > Logan
ii. Condell > Logan
4. Cyclone Fox beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
i. Fox > Mueller (14:00)
ii. Mueller > Fox (16:00)
iii. Fox > Mueller

Monday, June 1, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,500)
1. Jack Gorman beat Bobby Novack (11:00)
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Walter Logan (14:00)
3. Bob Montgomery drew Dr. Eddie Mueller (45:00)
i. Montgomery > Mueller (19:00)
ii. Mueller > Montgomery (14:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Mike Howard beat Billy Edwards (referee: Lee Meyers)
i. Edwards > Howard (21:00)
ii. Howard > Edwards (9:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified by promoter Bert Willoughby

Thursday, June 4, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jim Hudgins beat Buddy Edwards
i. Hudgins > Edwards
ii. Edwards was disqualified
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Cyclone Fox
3. Yaqui Joe beat Jack Gorman

Monday, June 8, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Red Lyons beat Roy Graham (4:00)
2. Bulldog Roberts beat Roy Anderson (8:00)
3. Cyclone Fox drew Dr. Eddie Mueller (45:00)
i. Fox > Mueller (15:00)
ii. Mueller > Fox (17:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Mike Howard (referee: Joe Mullens)
i. Howard > Edwards (26:00)
ii. Edwards > Howard (8:00)
iii. Edwards > Howard (0:40)

Thursday, June 11, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Dobie Osborn beat Bulldog Roberts
2. Bill Christian beat Tommy Pool
3. Teddy Waters beat Jack Pierce
4. Silent Olson Condell beat Scotty Dawkins
i. Condell > Dawkins
ii. Condell > Dawkins
NOTE: The main event settled a local dispute where both had been claiming the welterweight championship of Scotland.

Monday, June 15, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bulldog Roberts drew Teddy Waters (20:00)
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Jack Pierce (0:55)
3. Dr. Eddie Mueller beat Lee Meyers
i. Mueller > Meyers (23:00)
ii. Mueller > Meyers (9:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Juan Humberto
i. Edwards > Humberto (19:00)
ii. Humberto > Edwards (9:00)
iii. Edwards > Humberto (10:00)

Thursday, June 18, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Bobby Novack drew Jimmy Hudson
2. Benny Mathis beat Jack Powell
3. Joe Mullens beat Cyclone Fox
i. Mullens > Fox
ii. Fox > Mullens
iii. Fox was disqualified
4. Teddy Waters beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Waters > Roberts
ii. Roberts > Waters
iii. Waters > Roberts

Monday, June 22, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (5,000)
1. Teddy Waters drew Jack Pierce (20:00) (referee: Bulldog Roberts)
2. Bob Castle beat Otis Headrick (11:00) (referee: Bulldog Roberts)
3. Bob Montgomery beat Frenchy LaRue (18:00) (referee: Bulldog Roberts)
4. Paul Jones beat Mike Howard (referee: Joe Mullens)
i. Jones > Howard (16:00)
ii. Howard was unable to return
5. Juan Humberto beat Dr. Eddie Mueller (referee: Joe Mullens)
i. Humberto > Mueller (27:00)
ii. Mueller > Humberto (16:00)
iii. Humberto > Mueller (14:00)

Thursday, June 25, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Buddy Edwards beat Jimmy Murphy
2. Bob Castle drew Benny Mathis (15:00)
3. Calvin Whiteside beat Al Boggs
i. Whiteside > Boggs
ii. Whiteside > Boggs
4. Dr. Eddie Mueller beat Teddy Waters
i. Mueller > Waters
ii. Waters was unable to return
NOTE: One edition of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram incorrectly gave the third match to Boggs.

Monday, June 29, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Silent Rattan vs. Tuffy McMullen
2. Bulldog Roberts vs. Frenchy LaRue
3. Cyclone Fox vs. Dr. Eddie Mueller
4. Juan Humberto vs. Bob Montgomery

Thursday, July 2, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Tuffy McMullen beat Bobby Novack
2. Cyclone Mackey beat Benny Mathis
3. Bulldog Roberts beat Calvin Whiteside
i. Roberts > Whiteside
ii. Roberts > Whiteside
4. Bob Montgomery beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
i. Montgomery > Mueller (24:00)
ii. Montgomery > Mueller (6:00)

Monday, July 6, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Teddy Waters drew Calvin Whiteside (20:00) (referee: Ray Mattison)
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Jack Pierce (12:00) (referee: Ray Mattison)
3. Bob Montgomery drew Bulldog Roberts (45:00) (referee: Ray Mattison)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Paul Jones beat Nazzareno Poggi (referee: Cyclone Fox)
i. Poggi > Jones (12:25)
ii. Jones > Poggi (25:00)
iii. Jones > Poggi (3:00)

Thursday, July 9, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack Hendrix drew Dutch Tennant
2. Joe Cox beat Frenchy LaRue
3. Silent Olson Condell drew Teddy Waters (45:00)
i. Condell > Waters
ii. Waters > Condell
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Bulldog Roberts

Friday, July 10, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Bobby Novack beat Jimmy Murphy
2. Otis Headrick drew Amarillo Kid (15:00)
3. Tuffy McMullen beat Jim Hudgins
4. Silent Rattan beat Jack Gorman
i. –
ii. –
iii. Gorman was disqualified

Monday, July 13, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Cox beat Joe Mullens
i. Cox > Mullens (20:00)
ii. Mullens was unable to return
2. Cyclone Fox beat Bob Montgomery (45:00)
i. Fox > Montgomery
ii. The time limit expired
3. Juan Humberto drew Bulldog Roberts (120:00)
i. Humberto > Roberts (56:10)
ii. Roberts > Humberto (48:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, July 16, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Benny Bortay beat Benny Wilson
2. Frenchy LaRue drew Bulldog Roberts
3. Bob Montgomery drew Joe Mullens
4. Juan Humberto beat Teddy Waters

Friday, July 17, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena (outdoor) (promoter: Eddie Sharp)
1. Kid Meyers vs. Jack Morgan

Saturday, July 18, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Benny Mathis drew Jimmy Murphy (15:00)
2. Clete Headrick drew Amarillo Kid (15:00)
3. Tuffy McMullen beat Otis Headrick (14:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Silent Rattan
i. Rattan > Reno (21:00)
ii. Reno > Rattan (9:00)
iii. Rattan was unable to continue
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from July 17 due to bad weather.

Monday, July 20, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,000)
1. Benny Mathis drew Otis Headrick (15:00)
2. Joe Cox beat Dorv Roche (18:00)
3. Dude Chick beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
i. Chick > Mueller (22:00)
ii. Mueller was unable to return
4. Cyclone Fox beat Juan Humberto (referee: Ted Hinton)
i. Fox > Humberto (23:00)
ii. Humberto > Fox (20:00)
iii. Fox > Humberto

Thursday, July 23, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Pat Swanson beat Mac Carter
2. Dude Chick drew Frenchy LaRue
3. Teddy Waters drew Silent Olson Condell (45:00)
4. Bulldog Roberts beat Bob Montgomery
i. Roberts > Montgomery
ii. Montgomery > Roberts
iii. Roberts > Montgomery

Friday, July 24, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Otis Headrick drew Benny Mathis (15:00)
2. Jim Hudgins beat Jimmy Murphy (17:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Herb Wakeland
i. Rattan > Wakeland (22:00)
ii. Rattan > Wakeland (8:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Tuffy McMullen
i. Reno > McMullen (27:00)
ii. Reno > McMullen (11:40)

Monday, July 27, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Teddy Waters vs. Leslie Wolfe
2. Joe Cox vs. Chief Bearclaw Chewchki
3. Dude Chick vs. Juan Humberto
4. Cyclone Fox vs. Billy Edwards

Thursday, July 30, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Wildcat Miller drew Benny Wilson
2. Dude Chick beat Calvin Whiteside
3. Bulldog Roberts beat Leslie Wolfe (45:00)
i. Roberts > Wolfe
ii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat Billy Edwards (referee: Pat Swanson)
i. Edwards > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Edwards
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Friday, July 31, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Clayton Moffitt beat Jim Hudgins (22:00)
2. Benny Mathis beat Amarillo Kid (21:00)
3. Jack Gorman beat Bobby Novack (16:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Buddy Edwards
i. Reno > Edwards (25:00)
ii. Reno > Edwards (3:00)

Monday, August 3, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (2,000)
1. Leslie Wolfe drew Pat Swanson (20:00) (referee: Ted Hinton)
2. Dude Chick beat Bulldog Roberts (13:00) (referee: Ted Hinton)
3. Joe Cox beat Chief Bearclaw Chewchki (referee: Ted Hinton)
i. Cox > Chewchki (14:00)
ii. Chewchki > Cox (2:00)
iii. Cox > Chewchki (14:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Bob Montgomery (referee: Pat Swanson)
i. Edwards > Montgomery (28:30)
ii. Montgomery > Edwards (16:00)
iii. Edwards > Montgomery

Thursday, August 6, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Nick Carter beat Benny Bortay
2. Jack Gorman drew Buddy Edwards
3. Dude Chick beat Leslie Wolfe
i. Chick > Wolfe
ii. Chick > Wolfe
4. Bulldog Roberts beat Juan Humberto
i. Roberts > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Roberts
iii. Roberts > Humberto

Friday, August 7, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Benny Bolt beat Benny Mathis (10:00)
2. Bobby Novack beat Bill Davis (12:00)
3. Tuffy McMullen drew Jack Gorman (30:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Billy Riley
i. Riley > Reno (5:00)
ii. Reno > Riley (21:00)
iii. Reno > Riley (2:30)

Monday, August 10, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Homer Wright beat Charles Knoche
2. Bulldog Roberts beat Pat Swanson
3. Ken Hollis beat Roy Graham
4. Pat O’Brien beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
i. –
ii. –
iii. O’Brien > Mueller
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Nichols (44:00)
ii. Nichols > Chick (16:00) (utc)
iii. Chick was unable to return

Tuesday, August 11, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Benny Wilson vs. Jack Hendrix
2. Benny Bortay vs. Bill Christian

Wednesday, August 12, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Broadway Inn
1. Jack Powell vs. Benny Wilson
2. Benny Mathis vs. Benny Bortay
3. Clete Headrick vs. Bill Christian

Thursday, August 13, 1931
Dallas, TX – Ice Palace Arena (Oak Cliff)
1. Otis Headrick vs. Don Morris
2. Blacksmith Smith vs. Jack Morgan

Thursday, August 13, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Benny Bortay drew Jim Hudgins
2. Chief Bearclaw Chewchki beat Swede Larsen
3. Pat O’Brien beat Calvin Whiteside
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Nichols > Roberts (27:00)
ii. Roberts > Nichols (8:30)
iii. Nichols > Roberts

Friday, August 14, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Clete Headrick beat Bobby Novack (14:00)
2. Clayton Moffitt beat Jimmy Murphy (12:00)
3. Benny Bolt beat Tuffy McMullen (16:00)
4. Jack Gorman beat Joe Reno
i. Gorman > Reno (19:00)
ii. Reno > Gorman (17:00)
iii. Gorman > Reno

Saturday, August 15, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Wilson vs. Bill Christian

Monday, August 17, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Ken Hollis beat Lee Meyers (12:00) (referee: Chief Reynolds)
2. Bob Montgomery drew Dorv Roche (20:00) (referee: Chief Reynolds)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Ad Herman (referee: Chief Reynolds)
i. Fox > Herman (17:00)
ii. Herman was unable to return
4. Dude Chick beat Hugh Nichols (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Chick > Nichols (25:35)
ii. Nichols > Chick (10:40)
iii. Chick > Nichols
NOTE: The main event was scheduled to be for the Light Heavyweight Title of Nichols, but Chick weighed in at 176 pounds, one pound over weight.

Wednesday, August 19, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – LaGrave Field (promoter: Bud Burmeister)
1. Dick Powell beat Cy Williams (15:00)
2. Jack Zarnos beat Dick Powell (sub. Charlie Leahman)
i. Zarnos > Powell
ii. Zarnos > Powell
3. Paul Jones beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Al Fields)
i. Jones > Blackstock (29:00)
ii. Blackstock was unable to continue

Thursday, August 20, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack Gorman beat Joe Novak
2. Chief Chewchki drew Whitey Govro
3. Pat O’Brien drew George Sauer (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Dude Chick beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Chick > Roberts
ii. Roberts > Chick
iii. Chick > Roberts

Friday, August 21, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Babe Martin drew Jim Hudgins (20:00)
2. Steve Nenoff beat Benny Mathis (13:00)
3. Tuffy McMullen beat Clete Headrick (20:00)
4. Jack Gorman beat Benny Bolt
i. Gorman > Bolt (29:00)
ii. Bolt > Gorman (13:00)
iii. Gorman > Bolt (5:40)

Saturday, August 22, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Jack Powell vs. Benny Bortay

Saturday, August 22, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Bill Christian vs. Claude Gilliland
2. Benny Wilson vs. Bobby Stone

Monday, August 24, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Chief Chewchki drew Charles Knoche (20:00)
2. George Sauer beat Ken Hollis (26:00)
3. Pat O’Brien drew Bulldog Roberts (45:00)
i. O’Brien > Roberts (2:00)
ii. Roberts > O’Brien (23:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Dude Chick beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Chick (3:15)
ii. Chick > Edwards (24:10)
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Monday, August 24, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Wilson vs. Tommy Tucker
2. Bill Davis vs. Bobby Stone

Tuesday, August 25, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Wildcat Hood vs. Carl Smallwood
2. Bob Fenton vs. Horace Goodwin
3. Bill Davis vs. Jack Burns
4. Benny Wilson vs. Benny Bortay

Thursday, August 27, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Gorilla Thompson beat Benny Wilson (5:00)
2. Bulldog Roberts beat Ken Hollis (11:00)
3. Juan Humberto drew George Sauer (45:00)
i. Humberto > Sauer
ii. Sauer > Humberto
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > O’Dowd
ii. O’Dowd > Edwards
iii. O’Dowd > Edwards

Friday, August 28, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena (promoter: Eddie Sharp)
1. Roy Reynolds vs. Don Meyers
2. Jack Morgan vs. Kid Murdoch
3. Blacksmith Smith vs. Young Sampson

Friday, August 28, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Benny Bortay drew Bobby Novack (20:00)
2. Clete Headrick beat Red Rogers (8:00)
3. Joe Reno beat Clayton Moffitt (14:00)
4. Steve Nenoff beat Tuffy McMullen (sub. Jack Gorman)
i. McMullen > Nenoff (23:00)
ii. Nenoff > McMullen (19:00)
iii. Nenoff > McMullen (4:00)

Saturday, August 29, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Wildcat Hood vs. Marvin Roberts
2. Bill Davis vs. Benny Bortay
3. Gorilla Tucker vs. Bobby Stone

Saturday, August 29, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Wilson vs. Bill Christian

Monday, August 31, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,000)
1. Jack Fain beat Swede Larsen (4:00)
2. Bulldog Roberts drew Homer Wright (20:00)
3. Jimmy O’Dowd beat Mike Howard (10:00)
4. George Sauer drew Juan Humberto (45:00)
i. Humberto > Sauer (18:00)
ii. Sauer > Humberto (13:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Cyclone Fox beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Fox (21:00)
ii. Fox > Edwards (9:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified (10:00)

Monday, August 31, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Red Langston drew Marvin Roberts (10:00)
2. Bobby Stone beat Jack Scallon
i. Scallon > Stone
ii. Stone > Scallon
iii. Stone > Scallon
3. Jack Elliott beat Sailor Barrett
i. Elliott > Barrett
ii. Elliott > Barrett

Thursday, September 3, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena (promoter: Fate Lasseter)
1. Jack Powell vs. Jack Morgan

Thursday, September 3, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Ken Hollis drew Swede Larsen
2. Pat O’Brien beat Charles Knoche
3. George Sauer drew Dude Chick (45:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. Juan Humberto beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Humberto > Roberts
ii. Roberts > Humberto
iii. Humberto > Roberts

Friday, September 4, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Bobby Novack drew Babe Martin (20:00)
2. Clayton Moffitt beat Bill Davis (16:00)
3. Jack Gorman beat Benny Bortay (12:00)
4. Joe Reno beat Steve Nenoff
i. Reno > Nenoff (37:00)
ii. Reno > Nenoff (2:00)

Monday, September 7, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Charles Knoche drew Pat O’Brien (20:00) (referee: Ken Hollis)
2. George Sauer drew Bulldog Roberts (20:00) (referee: Ken Hollis)
3. Juan Humberto beat Homer Wright (22:00) (referee: Ken Hollis)
4. Dude Chick beat Billy Edwards (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Chick > Edwards (23:00)
ii. Edwards > Chick (10:04)
iii. Chick > Edwards (7:00)

Monday, September 7, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Gorilla Tucker vs. Bobby Stone

Tuesday, September 8, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Bob Fenton vs. Billy Harbinson
2. Marvin Roberts vs. Wildcat Hood
3. Benny Bortay vs. Gorilla Tucker
4. Gene Lloyd vs. Bill Davis

Thursday, September 10, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. ??? Jones beat Gorilla Tucker
2. Chief Bearclaw Chewchki drew Mike Howard (20:00)
3. Teddy Waters drew Bulldog Roberts (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat George Sauer
i. Humberto > Sauer (23:00)
ii. Sauer > Humberto
iii. Humberto > Sauer

Monday, September 14, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Frank Markus vs. Lee Meyers
2. Bulldog Roberts vs. Pat O’Brien
3. Jimmy O’Dowd vs. Chief Chewchki
4. George Sauer vs. Teddy Waters
5. Dude Chick vs. Juan Humberto

Tuesday, September 15, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Young Paul vs. Wildcat Hood
2. Red Rogers vs. Bill Davis
3. Joe Londos vs. Benny Bortay
4. Pat Swanson vs. Roy Reynolds

Wednesday, September 16, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Ed Mays vs. Jack Elliott
2. Joe Londos vs. Bobby Stone
3. Bill Christian vs. Benny Wilson

Thursday, September 17, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Buck Owens drew Blacksmith Smith (15:00)
2. Don Meyers beat Doc Poole
i. Meyers > Poole
ii. Poole > Meyers
iii. Meyers > Poole
3. Cyclone Allen drew Jack Powell (60:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Blacky Trammell beat Herb Wakeland
i. Wakeland > Trammell (20:00)
ii. Trammell > Wakeland (15:00)
iii. Wakeland was disqualified (24:00)

Thursday, September 17, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jim Hudgins beat Clayton Moffitt
2. Teddy Waters drew Pat O’Brien
3. George Sauer beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Sauer > Roberts
ii. Roberts > Sauer
iii. Sauer > Roberts

Friday, September 18, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (1,000)
1. Tuffy McMullen beat Clayton Moffitt (15:00)
2. Joe Manning beat Bobby Novack (11:00)
3. Jack Gorman drew Steve Nenoff (30:00)
4. Cyclone Mackey beat Joe Reno
i. Mackey > Reno (27:00)
ii. Reno > Mackey (13:00)
iii. Mackey > Reno (21:00)
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from September 11 due to bad weather.

Monday, September 21, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Teddy Waters drew Leslie Wolfe (20:00)
2. Whitey Govro drew Charles Knoche (20:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Bulldog Roberts (23:00)
4. George Sauer beat Dude Chick
i. Sauer > Chick (29:00)
ii. Chick > Sauer (24:00)
iii. Sauer > Chick (12:00)

Tuesday, September 22, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Jack Bell vs. Wildcat Hood
2. Blacksmith Smith vs. Jack Hendrix
3. Pat Swanson vs. Don Fox

Wednesday, September 23, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Kid Smith vs. Young Miller
2. Marvin Roberts vs. Young Paul
3. Pat Swanson vs. Jack Morgan

Thursday, September 24, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Blacky Trammell vs. Ellis Stackpole
2. Herb Wakeland vs. Roughhouse Hobson
3. Blacksmith Smith vs. Iggie Kulack

Thursday, September 24, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Clayton Moffitt beat Benny Bortay
2. Teddy Waters drew Lee Meyers
3. Cyclone Fox beat Ken Hollis
i. Fox > Hollis
ii. Hollis was unable to continue
4. George Sauer beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Sauer > Roberts
ii. Roberts > Sauer
iii. Sauer > Roberts

Friday, September 25, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Otis Headrick drew Jack Powell (15:00)
2. Jack Hendrix beat Wild Bill Carter (7:00)
3. Jack Morgan drew Jack Stevens (20:00)
4. Young Sampson drew Roy Mitchell (30:00)
5. Charles “Midget” Fischer beat Cecil Murdoch (Frank Murdoch)
i. Fisher > Murdoch (24:00)
ii. Fisher > Murdoch (15:00)

Friday, September 25, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Benny Mathis beat Jimmy Murphy (12:00)
2. Bobby Novack drew Young Londos (20:00)
3. Joe Manning beat Benny Bolt (20:00)
4. Jack Gorman beat Cyclone Mackey
i. Gorman > Mackey (27:00)
ii. Mackey > Gorman (11:00)
iii. Gorman > Mackey (17:00)

Friday, September 25, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Sailor Barrett vs. Gorilla Tucker
2. Blacksmith Smith vs. Don Fox
3. Pat Swanson vs. Roy Reynolds

Tuesday, September 29, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jack Morgan drew Young Sampson (10:00)
2. Jim Hudgins beat Jimmy Murphy
i. Hudgins > Murphy
ii. Hudgins > Murphy
3. Jack Stevens beat Cecil Murdoch
i. Murdoch > Stevens (24:00)
ii. Stevens > Murdoch (19:00)
iii. Murdoch was disqualified

Tuesday, September 29, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Silent Olson Condell drew Jack Mitchell (15:00)
2. Teddy Waters beat Frank Markus (11:00)
3. Dude Chick drew Cyclone Fox (75:00)
i. Chick > Fox (9:00)
ii. Fox > Chick (42:00)
iii. The time limit expired, including an added 15 minutes
4. George Sauer beat Young Stecher
i. Stecher > Sauer (21:00)
ii. Sauer > Stecher (27:00)
iii. Sauer > Stecher (11:00)

Wednesday, September 30, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Gorilla Tucker vs. Woody Windham
2. Benny Wilson vs. Bobby Stone

Thursday, October 1, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Joe Londos vs. Doc Poole
2. Cyclone Allen vs. Jack Powell

Thursday, October 1, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Joe Reno drew Joe Manning
2. George Sauer beat Leslie Wolfe
3. Cyclone Fox drew Juan Humberto
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Dude Chick beat Bulldog Roberts
i. Roberts > Chick
ii. Chick > Roberts
iii. Roberts was unable to return

Friday, October 2, 1931
Dallas, TX – Dallas Country Club
1. Leslie Wolfe vs. Billy Mitchell
2. Silent Olson Condell vs. Ken Hollis

Friday, October 2, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Clayton Moffitt vs. Harvey Hutchins
2. Doc Poole vs. Jack Morgan

Friday, October 2, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Red Moore beat Benny Mathis (13:00)
2. Bobby Novack drew Benny Bolt (20:00)
3. Jack Gorman beat Joe Manning
i. Gorman > Manning (12:00)
ii. Manning was unable to return
4. Joe Reno beat Cyclone Mackey
i. Mackey > Reno (23:00)
ii. Reno > Mackey (12:00)
iii. Reno > Mackey (21:00)

Monday, October 5, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Juan Humberto beat Jack Mitchell
2. Cyclone Fox beat Teddy Waters
3. Abe Coleman drew Red Lyons (45:00)
i. Lyons > Coleman (21:00)
ii. Coleman > Lyons (18:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat George Sauer
i. Sauer > Edwards (16:00)
ii. Edwards > Sauer (7:00)
iii. Edwards > Sauer

Tuesday, October 6, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Red Rogers beat Wild Bill Carter (5:00)
2. Amarillo Kid beat Jim Hudgins (23:00)
3. Young Sampson drew Otis Headrick (45:00)
i. Headrick > Sampson (20:00)
ii. Sampson > Headrick (5:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Cecil Murdoch beat Jack Morgan
i. Murdoch > Morgan (29:00)
ii. Morgan > Murdoch (19:00)
iii. Murdoch > Morgan (19:00)

Tuesday, October 6, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Billy Harbison vs. Bob Fenton
2. Wildcat Hood vs. Young Paul
3. Curley Stringer vs. Gorilla Tucker
4. Don Fox vs. Roy Reynolds

Wednesday, October 7, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Bortay vs. Curley Stringer
2. Jack Hendrix vs. Benny Wilson

Thursday, October 8, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Blackie Trammell drew Tough Boy Hobson
2. Joe Londos beat Herb Wakeland (45:00)
i. Londos > Wakeland (20:00)
ii. The time limit expired
3. Frank Markus beat Young Bull McEuin
i. Markus > McEuin (20:00)
ii. McEuin > Markus (9:00)
iii. McEuin was disqualified (8:00)

Thursday, October 8, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Don Fox drew Pat Swanson
2. Teddy Waters drew Juan Humberto
3. Dude Chick beat Jack Mitchell
4. George Sauer beat Leslie Wolfe
i. Wolfe > Sauer
ii. Sauer > Wolfe
iii. Sauer > Wolfe

Thursday, October 8, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Benny Bortay vs. Bill Christian
2. Pat O’Brien vs. Cyclone Fox

Friday, October 9, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Harvey Hutchins drew Clayton Moffitt
2. Frank Wilson beat Amarillo Kid
i. –
ii. –
iii. Wilson > Amarillo Kid
3. Jack Morgan (sub. Frank Markus) beat “Wildcat” Roy Reynolds
i. Morgan > Reynolds (9:00)
ii. Reynolds > Morgan
iii. Reynolds was disqualified

Saturday, October 10, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Curley Stringer vs. Benny Wilson

Tuesday, October 13, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Harvey Hutchins vs. Frank Wilson
2. Jack Morgan vs. Doc Poole

Tuesday, October 13, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Cobb Park Arena
1. Curley Stringer vs. Gorilla Tucker
2. Jack Hendrix vs. Mystery Man

Wednesday, October 14, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (2,000)
1. Bulldog Roberts drew Bob Montgomery (30:00)
2. Abe Coleman beat George Harben
i. Coleman > Harben (21:00)
ii. Coleman > Harben (3:00)
3. George Sauer beat Pete Brown
i. Sauer > Brown (14:00)
ii. Brown > Sauer (24:00)
iii. Sauer > Brown (16:00)
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from October 13 due to bad weather.

Wednesday, October 14, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Bill Christian vs. Jack Hendrix
2. Curley Stringer vs. Benny Wilson

Thursday, October 15, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Jack Hendrix vs. Herb Wakeland
2. Kid Murdoch vs. Jack Morgan
3. Cyclone Allen beat Jack Powell
i. Powell > Allen (27:00)
ii. Allen > Powell (19:00)
iii. Allen > Powell

Thursday, October 15, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Clayton Moffitt beat Sailor Barrett
2. Red Lyons beat Leslie Wolfe
3. Abe Coleman drew Cyclone Fox
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Juan Humberto
i. Nichols > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Nichols
iii. Nichols > Humberto

Friday, October 16, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Harvey Hutchins vs. Red Rogers
2. Frank Wilson vs. Jimmy Scollan
3. “Wildcat” Roy Reynolds vs. Charles Knoche

Friday, October 16, 1931
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Sammy Kosh beat Jack Morgan via dq
2. Stanley West drew Silent Olson Condell (20:00)
3. Bert Kahn beat Silent Rattan
i. Kahn > Rattan (5:00)
ii. Rattan was unable to return
4. Joe Savoldi beat Jake Patterson
i. Savoldi > Patterson (48:00)
ii. Savoldi > Patterson (2:00)

Saturday, October 17, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Wilson vs. Red Rogers

Tuesday, October 20, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jack White vs. Frank Graham
2. Jack Powell vs. Philip Horton
3. Cecil Murdoch vs. Jack Morgan

Tuesday, October 20, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – City Recreation Building
1. Ted Morrison vs. Pat Swanson
2. Joe Reno vs. Vasil Psakoff

Wednesday, October 21, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Pete Parsley vs. Johnny McKee
2. Sailor Barrett vs. Gorilla Tucker
3. Jack Hendrix vs. Bill Christian

Thursday, October 22, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Cecil Rogers vs. Blackie Trammell
2. Blacksmith Smith vs. Iggie Kulack
3. Jack Morgan vs. Frank Markus

Thursday, October 22, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Clayton Moffitt drew Jim Hudgins
2. Handicap match: Bob Montgomery beat Pat Swanson & Scotty Dawkins
3. Red Lyons beat Juan Humberto
4. George Sauer beat Cyclone Fox
i. Sauer > Fox (6:00)
ii. Fox > Sauer
iii. Sauer > Fox

Friday, October 23, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jimmy Murphy vs. Bailey Hobson
2. Bill McKinnon vs. Jack Kent
3. Benny Wilson vs. Harvey Hutchins

Friday, October 23, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Eleventh Street Arena
1. Benny Bortay vs. Sailor Barrett
2. Don Fox vs. Ted Morrison

Monday, October 26, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Eleventh Street Arena
1. Blackie Blackman vs. Wildcat Miller
2. Nick Carter vs. Charles Knoche

Tuesday, October 27, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Charles Knoche vs. Don Meyers
2. John Ellis vs. Frank Markus
3. “Wildcat” Roy Reynolds vs. Bill McKinnon

Tuesday, October 27, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – City Recreation Building
1. Indian Ray drew Sailor Barrett
2. Chief Raincloud beat Gorilla Tucker
i. Raincloud > Tucker
ii. Raincloud > Tucker
3. Young Sampson beat Jap Martin (45:00)
i. Sampson > Martin
ii. The time limit expired
4. Joe Reno beat Jack Gorman
i. Reno > Gorman
ii. Reno > Gorman

Wednesday, October 28, 1931
Dallas, TX – Commerce Street Wrestling Arena (promoter: Jack Morgan)
1. Don Meyers vs. Frank Markus
2. Red Rogers vs. Joe Londos
3. Jack Morgan vs. Charles Knoche

Thursday, October 29, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Ellis Stackpole drew Big Red Rogers (10:00)
2. Little Red Rogers drew Blacksmith Smith (20:00)
3. Cyclone Allen beat Blackie Trammell
i. Allen > Trammell (11:00)
ii. Allen > Trammell (7:00)
4. Wildcat Miller beat Young Bull McEuin
i. McEuin > Miller (12:00)
ii. Miller > McEuin (9:00)
iii. Miller > McEuin (6:00)

Thursday, October 29, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Sailor Barrett drew Woody Windham
2. Bulldog Roberts beat Scotty Dawkins
3. Bob Montgomery beat Clarence Luttrall
i. Montgomery > Luttrall (9:00)
ii. Montgomery > Luttrall (1:30)
4. Juan Humberto beat Red Lyons
i. Lyons > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Lyons
iii. Lyons was unable to return

Friday, October 30, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Chief Raincloud vs. Jack Wrest
2. Philip Horton vs. Jim Hudgins
3. Charles Knoche vs. “Wildcat” Roy Reynolds

Saturday, October 31, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Claude Gilliland vs. Jack Elliott
2. Bill Christian vs. Sailor Barrett

Monday, November 2, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Steve Nenoff drew Bob Castle (15:00)
2. Bulldog Roberts beat Scotty Dawkins (14:00)
3. George Sauer drew Bob Montgomery (30:00)
4. Teddy the Wrestling Bear beat Jack Gorman
5. Dude Chick beat Cyclone Fox
i. Fox > Chick (32:00)
ii. Chick > Fox
iii. Fox was unable to return

Tuesday, November 3, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jack Powell vs. Billy Ledbetter
2. Jack Dobbs vs. Jack White
3. John Ellis vs. Frank Markus

Tuesday, November 3, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – City Recreation Building
1. Miss Vivian Nelson drew Miss Lou Ella Osborn (5:00)
2. Joe Manning drew Bob Castle
3. Bobby Davidson drew Curley Stringer
4. Woody Windham drew Sailor Barrett
5. Jack Morgan beat Young Sampson

Wednesday, November 4, 1931
Dallas, TX – Commerce Street Wrestling Arena
1. Young Sampson vs. Masked Marvel
2. Mrs. Lou Ella Osborn vs. Mrs. Vivian Nelson
3. Charles Knoche vs. John Ellis

Thursday, November 5, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Sammy McEuin drew Eber Badgett (15:00)
2. Herb Wakeland beat Doug Henderson
i. Wakeland > Henderson (25:00)
ii. Henderson > Wakeland (8:00)
iii. Wakeland > Henderson (6:00)
3. Iggie Kulack beat Wildcat Miller
i. Miller > Kulack (22:00)
ii. Kulack > Miller (14:00)
iii. Kulack > Miller (13:00)

Thursday, November 5, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Jim Hudgins beat Woody Windham
2. Bulldog Roberts beat Teddy the Wrestling Bear
3. Bob Montgomery beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
i. Montgomery > Mueller
ii. Mueller was unable to return
4. Dude Chick beat Red Lyons
i. –
ii. –
iii. Lyons was disqualified

Friday, November 6, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. John Ellis vs. Jack O’Brien
2. Jack Hendrix vs. Red Moore
3. Jim Hudgins vs. Philip Horton
4. Cecil Murdoch vs. Jack Morgan

Monday, November 9, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bob Taylor beat Whitey Govro (12:00)
2. Joe Kopecky drew Jack Callahan (20:00)
3. Doug Marcelle beat Bulldog Roberts
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Dude Chick
i. Nichols > Chick (14:00)
ii. Chick > Nichols (13:00)
iii. Nichols > Chick

Monday, November 9, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Eleventh Street Arena
1. Curley Stringer vs. Bobby Davidson
2. Clarence Luttrall vs. Nick Carter

Tuesday, November 10, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jack Morgan vs. ???
2. Don Meyers vs. Frank Markus
3. “Wildcat” Roy Reynolds vs. Charles Knoche

Tuesday, November 10, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – City Recreation Building
1. Bobby Davidson drew Wildcat Miller
2. Benny Wilson drew Sailor Barrett (30:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
3. Benny Mathis beat Jack Coleman
i. Coleman > Mathis
ii. Mathis > Coleman
iii. Mathis > Coleman
4. Joe Manning beat Steve Nenoff
i. Manning > Nenoff
ii. Manning > Nenoff

Thursday, November 12, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Bull McEuin vs. ???
2. Don Meyers vs. Jack Powell
3. Cyclone Allen vs. Benny Wilson
4. Herb Wakeland vs. Bobby Davidson

Thursday, November 12, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Benny Mathis beat Otis Headrick
2. Joe Kopecky beat Ken Hollis
3. Bob Montgomery beat Lee Meyers
i. Montgomery > Meyers
ii. Montgomery > Meyers
4. Hugh Nichols beat Red Lyons
i. Lyons > Nichols
ii. Nichols > Lyons
iii. Lyons was unable to return
NOTE: The world light heavyweight title of Nichols was not on the line since Lyons did not make weight.

Friday, November 13, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Frank Markus vs. Charles Knoche

Monday, November 16, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (2,000)
1. Bob Taylor beat Ken Hollis (12:00)
2. Silent Olson Condell drew Joe Kopecky (20:00)
3. Bobby Chick beat Jack Callahan (10:00)
4. Doug Marcelle beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Marcelle (18:00)
ii. Marcelle > Guthrie (7:00)
iii. Guthrie was disqualified (9:00)

Monday, November 16, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Eleventh Street Arena
1. Marvin Roberts vs. Young O’Brien
2. Gorilla Tucker vs. Wildcat Hood
3. Jack Hendrix vs. Curley Stringer
4. Charles Knoche vs. Bobby Davidson

Tuesday, November 17, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jack Powell vs. Jack O’Brien
2. Jack Hendrix vs. Young Sampson
3. Frank Markus vs. Wild Bill Carter

Tuesday, November 17, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – City Recreation Building
1. Bobby Davidson vs. Cyclone Maloney
2. Jakc Morgan vs. Frank Markus

Thursday, November 19, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Doug Henderson vs. Benny Wilson
2. Wildcat Miller beat Charles Knoche
i. Miller > Knoche
ii. Knoche > Miller
iii. Knoche was disqualified
3. Jack Morgan beat Bull McEuin
i. Morgan > McEuin
ii. McEuin > Morgan
iii. Morgan > McEuin

Thursday, November 19, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Steve Nenoff beat Benny Mathis
2. Jean Callet beat Jack Callahan
3. Doug Marcelle beat Whitey Govro
4. Bob Montgomery beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Montgomery
ii. Montgomery > Chick
iii. Montgomery > Chick

Saturday, November 21, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Sailor Barrett vs. ???
2. Benny Wilson vs. Bill Christian

Monday, November 23, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Young Stecher beat Bob Taylor (11:00)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Jean Callet via co (17:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Joe Mullens
i. Guthrie > Mullens (20:00)
ii. Guthrie > Mullens (5:10)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer
i. Nichols > Sauer (16:10)
ii. Sauer > Nichols (13:40)
iii. Nichols > Sauer (13:00)

Thursday, November 26, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Cyclone Allen vs. Benny Wilson
2. Jack Morgan vs. Charles Knoche

Thursday, November 26, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Steve Nenoff drew Billy Weidner
2. Cyclone Fox beat Al Stecher
3. George Sauer beat Red Lyons
i. Sauer > Lyons
ii. The time limit expired
4. Hugh Nichols beat Bob Montgomery
i. Montgomery > Nichols
ii. Nichols > Montgomery
iii. Nichols > Montgomery

Friday, November 27, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Blacksmith Smith vs. Don Meyers
2. “Wildcat” Roy Reynolds vs. Clarence Luttrall

Monday, November 30, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pat O’Brien drew Jean Callet (20:00)
2. Ivan Ligosky beat Jack Brown (11:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Young Stecher
i. Guthrie > Stecher (16:00)
ii. Guthrie > Stecher (5:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox
i. Nichols > Fox (17:00)
ii. Fox > Nichols (1:40)
iii. Nichols > Fox

Tuesday, December 1, 1931
Dallas, TX – East Grand Arena
1. Jack Powell vs. Jack O’Brien
2. Tiger Burns vs. Harvey Hutchins

Tuesday, December 1, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Wilson vs. Bill Christian
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from November 28 due to bad weather.

Thursday, December 3, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Phil Horton vs. Wildcat Miller
2. Herb Wakeland vs. Bill Christian

Thursday, December 3, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Benny Bortay beat Gorilla Tucker
2. Joe Kopecky drew Pat O’Brien
3. Doug Marcelle beat Jack Brown
i. Marcelle > Brown
ii. Marcelle > Brown
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer
i. Nichols > Sauer
ii. Sauer > Nichols
iii. Nichols > Sauer

Saturday, December 5, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Benny Wilson vs. Bill Christian

Monday, December 7, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pat O’Brien vs. Ivan Ligosky
2. Juan Humberto vs. Dude Chick
3. George Sauer vs. Doug Marcelle
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols vs. Elmer Guthrie

Thursday, December 10, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Blackie Trammell drew Cyclone Allen (20:00)
2. Iggie Kulack beat Charles Knoche
i. –
ii. –
iii. Kulack > Knoche
3. Jack Powell beat Blacksmith Smith
i. Smith > Powell
ii. Powell > Smith
iii. Powell > Smith

Thursday, December 10, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Jack Purdin drew Jean Callet
2. Dude Chick beat Silent Olson Condell
3. Juan Humberto beat Bulldog Roberts
4. Cyclone Fox beat Al Stecher
i. Stecher > Fox
ii. Fox > Stecher
iii. Fox > Stecher

Saturday, December 12, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Tuffy Maloney vs. Claude Gilliland
2. Benny Wilson vs. Sailor Barrett

Monday, December 14, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Juan Humberto drew Red Lyons (20:00)
2. Doug Marcelle beat Dude Chick (24:00)
3. Pat O’Brien drew George Craig (30:00)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Billy Edwards
i. Guthrie > Edwards (27:00)
ii. Edwards > Guthrie (8:00)
iii. Guthrie > Edwards (20:00)

Thursday, December 17, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Blacksmith Smith vs. Doug Henderson
2. Wildcat Miller vs. Young Sampson

Thursday, December 17, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Dutch Nelson beat Jack Brown
2. Pat O’Brien drew Red Lyons
3. Doug Marcelle beat Jack Purdin
i. Marcelle > Purdin
ii. Marcelle > Purdin
4. Juan Humberto beat Dude Chick
i. Humberto > Chick
ii. Chick > Humberto
iii. Humberto > Chick

Saturday, December 19, 1931
Fort Worth, TX – Deer Creek Athletic Club
1. Gorilla Tucker vs. Wildcat Hood
2. Claude Gilliland vs. Marvin Roberts

Monday, December 21, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pat O’Brien beat Jean Callet (0:30)
2. Ernie Glover beat Jack Purdin (8:00)
3. Juan Humberto drew Doug Marcelle (30:00)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Guthrie (31:00)
ii. Edwards was disqualified from the match (20:00)

Wednesday, December 23, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Red Moore vs. Phil Horton
2. “Wildcat” Roy Miller vs. Wildcat Reynolds
3. Young Sampson vs. Blacksmith Smith

Wednesday, December 23, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Clayton Moffitt beat Woody Windham
2. Cyclone Fox drew George Craig
3. Billy Edwards beat Juan Humberto
i. Edwards > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Edwards
iii. Humberto was disqualified
4. Doug Marcelle beat Jack Callahan
i. Marcelle > Callahan
ii. Marcelle > Callahan

Monday, December 28, 1931
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Dr. Eddie Mueller drew Nels Nelson (20:00)
2. Pat O’Brien beat Frenchy LaRue (13:00)
3. George Sauer drew George Craig (30:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Doug Marcelle
i. Humberto > Marcelle (43:00)
ii. Humberto > Marcelle (utc)

Wednesday, December 30, 1931
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Doug Henderson vs. Lawrence Jennings
2. Jack Powell drew Toughy Watson (30:00)
3. Young Sampson beat Bull McEuin
i. Sampson > McEuin
ii. McEuin > Sampson
iii. Sampson > McEuin

Thursday, December 31, 1931
Fort Worth, Texas – North Side Coliseum
1. Steve Nenoff beat Benny Mathis
2. Elmer Guthrie beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
3. Mrs. Vivian Nelson drew Mrs. Jack Callahan
4. Pat O’Brien beat Ivan Ligosky
i. O’Brien > Ligosky
ii. Ligosky > O’Brien
iii. O’Brien > Ligosky
5. Cyclone Fox beat Bull Montana
i. Fox > Montana
ii. Fox > Montana



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I'm not listing the minor shows in Dallas and Fort Worth (except for a few up to the end of March before I decided this). In the period in the early 30s in between the strict ban on prize fighting (read boxing) and the formation of the athletic commission in Texas and the licensing of promoters, there were minor wrestling cards all the time. At least two day across the Dallas-Fort Worth area in 1932, and it's a huge job to list them, and I'm not sure many people are interested in the wrestling history of Pat Swanson or Benny Bortay. I will perhaps go back and fill in the gaps later.

Promoter: Bert Willoughby (Dallas)

Monday, January 4, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (1,800)
1. Frenchy LaRue beat Ken Hollis (13:00)
2. George Craig drew Teddy Waters (20:00)
3. George Sauer beat Dr. Eddie Mueller (20:00)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Juan Humberto (referee: M.O. Rike)
i. Guthrie > Humberto (19:00)
ii. Humberto > Guthrie (14:00)
iii. Guthrie > Humberto

Thursday, January 7, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena (promoter: Fate Lasater)
1. Bull McEuin drew Blacksmith Smith (20:00)
2. Cyclone Allen drew Bill Davis (45:00)
i. Allen > Davis (16:00)
ii. Davis > Allen (11:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Red Moore beat Red Rogers
i. Moore > Rogers (20:00)
ii. Moore > Rogers (1:00)

Promoters: Jack Fox and Crannie Cranford (Fort Worth)

Thursday, January 7, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Steve Nenoff drew Joe Kirk
2. Doug Marcelle drew Bob Taylor
3. George Sauer beat Teddy Waters
4. Juan Humberto beat Cyclone Fox
i. Humberto > Fox
ii. Fox > Humberto
iii. Humberto > Fox

Monday, January 11, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Vernon Breedlove vs. Bearcat Tucker
2. Tsutao Higami vs. George Craig
3. Stanley West vs. Frenchy LaRue
4. George Sauer vs. Dr. Eddie Mueller

Thursday, January 14, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Doug Henderson vs. Blacksmith Smith
2. Otis Headrick beat Don Meyers
3. Bull McEuin beat Jack Powell
i. –
ii. –
iii. McEuin > Powell

Thursday, January 14, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dick Kanthe drew Eddie Fields
2. Silent Olson Condell beat Young Stecher
3. Teddy Waters beat Bob Taylor
4. George Sauer beat Juan Humberto
i. Humberto > Sauer
ii. Sauer > Humberto
iii. Sauer > Humberto

Monday, January 18, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Vernon Breedlove beat Swede Larsen (15:00)
2. Stanley West beat Vic Muhl (17:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat Frenchy LaRue via dq (8:00)
4. Tsutao Higami beat Young Stecher (28:00)
5. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat George Craig (referee: Pat Swanson)
i. Craig > Kallio (52:00)
ii. Kallio > Craig (26:00)
iii. Kallio > Craig (22:00)

Thursday, January 21, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Red Moore vs. Clyde Farmer
2. Herb Wakeland vs. Charlie Burgett
3. Cyclone Allen vs. Bill Davis

Thursday, January 21, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Hans Seibert beat Dobie Osborn
2. Cyclone Fox beat Stanley West
3. Teddy Waters beat Young Stecher
i. Waters > Stecher
ii. Waters > Stecher
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Red Lyons
i. Lyons > Guthrie
ii. Guthrie > Lyons
iii. Lyons was unable to return

Monday, January 25, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Vernon Breedlove vs. Bobby Novack
2. Joe Parelli vs. George Craig
3. Tsutao Higami vs. Otis Clingman
4. George Sauer vs. Elmer Guthrie

Thursday, January 28, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Benny Wilson vs. Gorilla Tucker
2. Clyde Farmer vs. Bill Carter
3. Blacksmith Smith drew Bull McEuin (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jack Powell beat Jack Hendrix
i. Hendrix > Powell
ii. Powell > Hendix
iii. Powell > Hendix

Thursday, January 28, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dick Kanthe beat Ernie Glover
2. Juan Humberto beat Jean Callet
3. Tsutao Higami beat Bob Taylor
4. George Sauer beat Teddy Waters
i. Sauer > Waters
ii. Waters > Sauer
iii. Sauer > Waters

Monday, February 1, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Otis Clingman beat Kid Murdoch (11:00)
2. Pat O’Brien drew Walter Stratton (20:00)
3. Joe Parelli drew Tsutao Higami (30:00)
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Frenchy LaRue
i. LaRue > Guthrie (29:00)
ii. Guthrie > LaRue (6:00)
iii. Guthrie > LaRue (12:00)

Thursday, February 4, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Otis Headrick drew Benny Wilson (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
2. Tuffy McMullen beat Herb Wakeland
i. –
ii. –
iii. McMullen > Wakeland

Thursday, February 4, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Paul Orth drew Otis Clingman
2. Pat O’Brien drew George Craig
3. Jean Callet beat Paul Murdoch
4. George Sauer beat Teddy Waters
i. Sauer was disqualified
ii. Sauer > Waters
iii. Waters was unable to return

Monday, February 8, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Vernon Breedlove beat Joe Kirk (12:00)
2. Walter Stratton beat Stanley West (13:00)
3. Jack Vincent beat Pat O’Brien (11:00)
4. Teddy Waters drew George Craig (45:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
5. Stanislaus Zbyszko beat Jerry Monahan
i. Zbyszko > Monahan (16:00)
ii. Zbyszko > Monahan (4:00)

Thursday, February 11, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Little Red Moore vs. Bill Davis
2. Red Moore vs. Blacksmith Smith
3. Don Fox beat Jack Powell
i. –
ii. –
iii. Fox > Powell
4. Tuffy McMullen beat Otis Headrick
i. –
ii. –
iii. McMullen > Headrick

Thursday, February 11, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Otis Clingman beat Red Mitchell
2. Paul Murdoch beat Paul Orth via dq
3. Henry Stoeff beat Pat O’Brien
4. Cyclone Fox beat Jean Callet
i. Fox > Callet
ii. Callet > Fox
iii. Fox > Callet

Friday, February 12, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jack Callahan vs. Paul Murdoch
2. Cyclone Fox vs. Teddy Waters
3. George Sauer vs. George Craig

Monday, February 15, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Vernon Breedlove beat Jimmy Murphy (6:00)
2. Walter Stratton beat Tsutao Higami (17:00)
3. Jack Vincent drew Frenchy LaRue (20:00)
4. Otis Clingman beat Paul Orth (7:00)
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Nichols (24:00)
ii. Nichols > Guthrie (13:00)
iii. Nichols > Guthrie (18:00)

Thursday, February 18, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Cyclone Allen beat Red Rogers
2. Tuffy McMullen beat Jimmy Murphy
i. McMullen > Murphy
ii. McMullen > Murphy
3. Red Moore beat Bill Christian
i. Moore > Christian
ii. Christian > Moore
iii. Moore > Christian

Friday, February 19, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Dr. Eddie Mueller drew Silent Olson Condell
2. Paul Orth beat Lee Meyers
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Henry Stoeff
4. George Sauer beat Billy Edwards

Monday, February 22, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Ed Kanthe drew Ernie Glover (20:00)
2. Walter Stratton beat Jack Callahan (16:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat John Kadish
i. Guthrie > Kadish (18:00)
ii. Guthrie > Kadish (5:00)
4. Henry Stoeff beat Billy Edwards (referee: Larry Meinert)
i. Edwards > Stoeff (22:45)
ii. Stoeff > Edwards (18:25)
iii. Edwards was unable to return

Thursday, February 25, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Belva Kent vs. Oscar Lindsey
2. Doug Henderson vs. Pete Mendoza
3. Dan Molloroff vs. Blacksmith Smith
4. Red Moore vs. Benny Wilson

Thursday, February 25, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Jack Callahan drew Pat Swanson
2. Otis Clingman drew Tsutao Higami
3. Paul Orth beat Silent Olson Condell
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox
i. Fox > Nichols (41:00)
ii. Fox was counted out
iii. Fox was unable to return

Monday, February 29, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Walter Stratton beat Pat Swanson (15:00)
2. Otis Clingman beat Jack Fields (16:00)
3. Paul Orth beat Frenchy LaRue (22:00)
4. Henry Stoeff beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Stoeff (27:00)
ii. Stoeff > Guthrie (11:40)
iii. Guthrie was unable to return

Thursday, March 3, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Gus Powell drew Tiger Blackburn (15:00)
2. Jap Martin drew Cyclone Allen (45:00)
i. Allen > Martin (17:00)
ii. Martin > Allen (9:00)
iii. The time limit expired
3. Dan Molloroff beat Blacksmith Smith
i. Molloroff > Smith
ii. Smith > Molloroff
iii. Molloroff > Smith

Thursday, March 3, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Bud Parham beat Jim Steele
2. Frenchy LaRue beat Jack Purdin
3. Joe Kopecky beat Silent Olson Condell
i. Kopecky > Condell
ii. Kopecky > Condell
4. Paul Orth beat Otis Clingman
i. –
ii. –
iii. Orth > Clingman

Thursday, March 3, 1932
Terrell, TX – unknown arena
1. A. C. Lindsey beat Clarence Luttrall
i. Lindsey > Luttrall
ii. Lindsey > Luttrall
2. Cyclone Fox beat Ernie Glover
i. –
ii. –
iii. Fox > Glover

Monday, March 7, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Walter Stratton beat Lee Meyers (22:00)
2. Tsutao Higami beat Jack Moran (16:00)
3. Otis Clingman beat George Ligosky (18:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Paul Orth
i. Edwards > Orth (21:00)
ii. Edwards > Orth (8:00)

Thursday, March 10, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Ellis Stackpole vs. Blacksmith Smith
2. Jack Powell vs. Otis Headrick
3. Tiger Blackburn vs. Don Fox
4. Benny Wilson vs. Benny Bortay

Thursday, March 10, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Jackie Fields beat Joe Boyd
2. Vernon Breedlove beat Tommy Pool
3. Joe Kopecky beat Lee Meyers
4. Juan Humberto beat Jean Callet (18:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Frenchy LaRue
i. Edwards > LaRue
ii. Edwards > LaRue

Monday, March 14, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jack Callahan drew Don Meyers (15:00)
2. Joe Kopecky drew George Craig (20:00)
3. Walter Stratton beat Joe Boyd (9:00)
4. Henry Stoeff beat Otis Clingman
i. Stoeff > Clingman (19:00)
ii. Clingman was unable to return
5. Billy Edwards beat Red Lyons
i. Edwards > Lyons (37:00)
ii. Lyons > Edwards (11:00)
iii. Edwards > Lyons (6:30)

Thursday, March 17, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Dave Martin beat Lawrence Jennings
2. Red Moore drew Benny Wilson (45:00)
3. Blacksmith Smith beat Tiger Blackburn
i. Blackburn > Smith
ii. Smith > Blackburn
iii. Smith > Blackburn

Thursday, March 17, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Sailor Moran beat Don Meyers
2. Red Lyons beat Jean Callet
3. Tsutao Higami beat Joe Reno via dq
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Juan Humberto
i. Guthrie > Humberto
ii. Humberto > Guthrie
iii. Guthrie > Humberto

Monday, March 21, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cyclone Fox vs. Ernie Glover
2. Joe Kopecky vs. Jack Morgan
3. August Sepp vs. George Craig
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols vs. Billy Edwards

Thursday, March 24, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Jack Morgan beat Jack Mills
2. Joe Kopecky drew Ernie Glover
3. Paul Orth beat Red Lyons via co
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Nichols > Guthrie (38:00)
ii. Nichols > Guthrie

Monday, March 28, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (8,000-12,000)
1. Billy Love beat Young Samson (0:40)
2. Stanley Buresh beat Paul Orth (10:00)
3. August Sepp beat Ernie Glover (12:00)
4. George Sauer drew Dude Chick (30:00)
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Nichols (29:00)
ii. Nichols > Edwards (18:00)
iii. Nichols > Edwards (14:00)

Thursday, March 31, 1932
Dallas, TX – Oak Cliff Wrestling Arena
1. Iggie Kulack drew Roughhouse Charles
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
2. Otis Headrick beat Benny Wilson
i. Headrick > Wilson
ii. Wilson was disqualified

Thursday, March 31, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum (8,500)
1. Joe Kopecky drew Billy Love
2. August Sepp beat Jean Callet
3. Red Lyons beat Billy Burns (16:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer
i. Nichols > Sauer (16:00)
ii. Sauer > Nichols (12:00)
iii. Nichols > Sauer

Monday, April 4, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Stanley Buresh beat Pat McKee (11:00)
2. August Sepp beat Kid Murdoch (13:00)
3. Joe Kopecky drew Joe Parelli (20:00)
4. Dude Chick beat Joe Boyd (9:00)
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols drew Henry Stoeff (120:00)
i. Nichols > Stoeff (102:00)
ii. Stoeff > Nichols (13:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, April 7, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Bud Parham drew Bob Sanderson
2. Walter Stratton drew Billy Love (30:00)
3. August Sepp beat Joe Boyd (10:00)
4. Stanley Rogers beat Paul Murdoch
5. George Sauer beat Paul Orth
i. Sauer > Orth (24:00)
ii. Sauer > Orth (22:00)

Monday, April 11, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Fred Kupfer vs. Jack Fields
2. George Sauer vs. Jack Freeman
3. August Sepp vs. Randall Hicks
4. Dude Chick vs. Henry Stoeff

Thursday, April 14, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Joe Reno beat Tuffy McMullen
2. Dude Chick drew George Craig
3. Stanley Buresh beat Paul Orth
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols drew George Sauer (120:00)
i. Sauer > Nichols
ii. Nichols > Sauer
iii. The time limit expired

Monday, April 18, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Mike Howard beat Dobie Osborn (9:00)
2. Stanley Buresh beat Frenchy LaRue (20:00)
3. Lou Plummer drew Marshall Blackstock (20:00)
4. George Sauer beat Fred Kupfer
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Henry Stoeff
i. Nichols > Stoeff (58:00)
ii. Nichols > Stoeff (18:00)

Thursday, April 21, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Rob Roy beat Tuffy McMullen
2. Abe Morris beat Pat McKee
3. Fred Kupfer beat George Craig
4. Stanley Buresh beat Henry Stoeff
i. Buresh > Stoeff (25:00)
ii. Stoeff > Buresh
iii. Buresh > Stoeff

Monday, April 25, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Fred Kupfer beat Paul Murdoch (13:00)
2. Stanley Buresh beat Mike Howard (12:00)
3. Billy Edwards beat Henry Stoeff (60:00)
i. Edwards > Stoeff (34:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. August Sepp beat George Sauer
i. Sepp > Sauer (53:00)
ii. Sepp > Sauer (3:00)

Thursday, April 28, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Abe Morris beat Mike Howard
2. Walter Stratton drew Joe Parelli
3. Stanley Buresh beat Vic Muhl
4. Red Lyons beat Juan Humberto
i. Lyons > Humberto (18:00)
ii. Humberto > Lyons (23:00)
iii. Humberto was disqualified

Monday, May 2, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Abe Morris beat Vic Muhl (9:00)
2. Joe Parelli beat Joe Reno (12:00)
3. Walter Stratton beat Fred Kupfer via dq (11:00)
4. Dude Chick drew Stanley Buresh (45:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
5. Billy Edwards beat Henry Stoeff
i. Stoeff > Edwards (34:00)
ii. Edwards > Stoeff (16:00)
iii. Edwards > Stoeff (11:00)

Thursday, May 5, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Fred Kupfer drew George Ligosky
2. Joe Parelli beat George Craig
3. Stanley Buresh beat Abe Morris
i. Buresh > Morris
ii. Morris > Buresh
iii. Morris was disqualified
4. Red Lyons beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Lyons (38:00)
ii. Lyons > Chick (9:00)
iii. Chick was unable to return

Monday, May 9, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Boyd beat Jack Mills (10:00)
2. Abe Morris beat Nels Jepson (9:00)
3. Fred Kupfer beat Rex Mobley (11:00)
4. Billy Edwards drew Stanley Buresh (60:00)
i. Edwards > Buresh (38:00)
ii. Buresh > Edwards (16:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. August Sepp beat Cyclone Fox
i. Sepp > Fox (20:00)
ii. Fox was unable to return

Thursday, May 12, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Fred Kupfer beat Randall Hicks
2. Abe Morris beat Rex Mobley
3. Cyclone Fox drew Dude Chick (60:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Stanley Buresh beat Red Lyons
i. Buresh > Lyons (50:00)
ii. Buresh > Lyons (1:00)

Monday, May 16, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (2,500)
1. Dude Chick beat Bobby Brown (9:00)
2. Stanley Buresh drew Louis Elchin (30:00)
3. August Sepp beat Abe Morris
i. Sepp > Morris
ii. Morris was unable to continue
4. Fred Kupfer beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Kupfer (14:00)
ii. Kupfer > Edwards (6:00)
iii. Kupfer > Edwards

Thursday, May 19, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Pat O’Brien drew Abe Morris
2. Chief War Eagle beat Fred Kupfer via dq
3. Stanley Buresh beat Billy Burns
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Nichols (17:00)
ii. Nichols > Chick (8:00)
iii. Nichols > Chick (7:00)

Tuesday, May 24, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jack Domar drew Bulldog Mallory (20:00)
2. Billy Burns beat Bob Taylor
3. Pat O’Brien beat Billy Love (12:00)
4. Fred Kupfer beat Pete Brown
i. Kupfer > Brown (20:00)
ii. Brown > Kupfer (22:00)
iii. Kupfer > Brown

Thursday, May 26, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack Domar beat Pat Swanson (sub. Rob Roy)
2. Pete Brown beat George Craig (16:00)
3. August Sepp beat Abe Morris (12:00)
4. Stanley Buresh beat Paul Orth
i. Buresh > Orth (15:00)
ii. Buresh > Orth (3:00)

Monday, May 30, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (6,000)
1. Stanley Buresh drew Les Grimes (20:00)
2. Bert Kahn beat Bulldog Mallory (7:00)
3. Silent Rattan beat Rob Roy (6:00)
4. Doug Marcelle beat Fred Kupfer via dq (15:00)
5. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat August Sepp
i. Nichols > Sepp (29:00)
ii. Sepp was unable to return

Thursday, June 2, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack Domar beat Benny Mathis
2. Ted Travis beat Bob Taylor
3. Chief War Eagle beat Doug Marcelle (23:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Stanley Buresh
i. Buresh > Nichols (13:00)
ii. Nichols > Buresh
iii. Nichols > Buresh

Tuesday, June 7, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Doug Marcelle vs. Billy Love
2. Dude Chick vs. Stanley Buresh
3. Bert Kahn vs. Silent Rattan
4. Juan Humberto vs. Fred Kupfer

Thursday, June 9, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
NOTE: Cards in Fort Worth were suspended for a week due to the death of promoter George A. “Jack” Fox in an airplane crash in Cisco, Texas on Monday, June 6, 1932. Jack Fox’s son, Don Fox, took on his father’s role as promoter.

Tuesday, June 14, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Dude Chick beat Walter Stratton (16:00)
2. Handicap match: Bert Kahn beat Billy Hartsell & Tuffy McMullen
i. Kahn > Hartsell (4:00)
ii. Kahn > McMullen (6:00)
3. George Sauer drew Fred Kupfer (30:00)
4. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio drew Silent Rattan (120:00)
i. Kallio > Rattan (75:00)
ii. Rattan > Kallio (44:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, June 16, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack Fisher beat Way Wallace
2. Walter Stratton drew Fred Kupfer
3. Chief War Eagle beat Mike Howard
4. Jack Domar beat Billy Romanoff
5. George Sauer beat Gus Kallio
i. Kallio > Sauer
ii. Sauer > Kallio
iii. Sauer > Kallio

Tuesday, June 21, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Tuffy McMullen vs. Billy Romanoff
2. Fred Kupfer vs. Frank Hill
3. Juan Humberto vs. Les Grimes
4. Chief War Eagle vs. August Sepp

Thursday, June 23, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Juan Humberto beat Silent Olson Condell (15:00)
2. Jack Domar beat Robin Blue (5:00)
3. Dude Chick beat Young Stecher (14:00)
4. George Sauer beat Teddy Waters
i. Sauer > Waters (14:00)
ii. Waters > Sauer (20:00)
iii. Sauer > Waters

Tuesday, June 28, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Cyclone Mackey beat Sammy George (13:00)
2. Walter Stratton beat Rex Mobley (17:00)
3. Pete Brown drew Pat O’Brien
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat August Sepp
i. Sepp > Nichols
ii. Nichols > Sepp
iii. Nichols > Sepp

Thursday, June 30, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Young Stecher beat Rex Mobley
2. Joe Kopecky drew Pete Brown
3. Jack Domar beat Sammy George (9:00)
4. Dude Chick beat Cyclone Fox
i. Chick > Fox (0:30)
ii. Fox > Chick (0:16)
iii. Chick > Fox (15:00)

Tuesday, July 5, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Bob Miller beat Red Lindsay
2. Pete Brown beat Pat O’Brien
3. Chief War Eagle beat Walter Stratton
4. Bert Kahn beat Cyclone Mackey
i. Kahn > Mackey
ii. Kahn > Mackey
5. Billy Edwards beat Fred Kupfer
i. Edwards > Kupfer (10:15)
ii. Kupfer > Edwards (15:00)
iii. Edwards > Kupfer (5:00)

Thursday, July 7, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Pat O’Brien beat Cullen Red
2. Pete Brown drew Teddy Waters (45:00)
3. Jack Domar beat Bulldog Mallory
i. Domar > Mallory
ii. Domar > Mallory
4. Billy Edwards beat Young Stecher
i. Stecher > Edwards (11:00)
ii. Edwards > Stecher (6:00)
iii. Edwards > Stecher

Tuesday, July 12, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Cyclone Mackey vs. Benny Wilson
2. Pete Brown vs. Swede Larsen
3. Pat O’Brien vs. Young Stecher
4. Chief War Eagle vs. Al Boggs
5. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds vs. Bert Kahn

Thursday, July 14, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Chief War Eagle beat Young Stecher
2. Pat O’Brien beat Alva Boggs
3. Dude Chick drew George Sauer
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Jack Domar
i. Reynolds > Domar (16:00)
ii. Reynolds > Domar (12:00)

Tuesday, July 19, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (cancelled due to bad weather)

Thursday, July 21, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Pat O’Brien beat Frankie Hill (12:00)
2. Fred Kupfer beat Bob Miller (7:00)
3. George Sauer beat Rex Mobley (15:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Nichols (26:00)
ii. Nichols > Chick
iii. Chick was unable to return

Tuesday, July 26, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (4,000)
1. Silent Olson Condell beat Jack Morgan (8:00)
2. Rex Mobley beat Don Lewis (11:00)
3. Dude Chick drew George Poulos (30:00)
4. Chief War Eagle beat Fred Kupfer
i. War Eagle > Kupfer (24:15)
ii. Kupfer > War Eagle (8:00)
iii. War Eagle > Kupfer (6:00)

Thursday, July 28, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Dr. Hans Wagner drew Alva Boggs
2. George Poulos beat Paul Murdoch (18:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat Leslie Wolfe (31:00)
4. George Sauer beat Fred Kupfer
i. Sauer > Kupfer (46:00)
ii. Sauer > Kupfer (2:00)

Tuesday, August 2, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (5,000)
1. Bob Montgomery beat Rex Mobley (12:00)
2. George Sauer beat Pat O’Brien (22:00)
3. Pete Brown beat George Poulos (45:00)
i. Poulos was disqualified (29:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Chief War Eagle
i. Nichols > War Eagle (39:00)
ii. Nichols > War Eagle (15:00)

Thursday, August 4, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Bob Montgomery beat Frankie Hill
2. Teddy Waters beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
3. Pat O’Brien drew George Poulos (45:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat George Sauer
i. Nichols > Sauer (21:00)
ii. Nichols > Sauer

Tuesday, August 9, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,500)
1. Ted Travis drew George Ligosky (30:00)
2. Bob Montgomery beat Al Boggs (18:00)
3. Teddy Waters beat George Craig (45:00)
i. Waters > Craig (37:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. George Poulos beat Fred Kupfer
i. Kupfer > Poulos (25:00)
ii. Poulos > Kupfer (14:00)
iii. Kupfer was disqualified (3:00)

Thursday, August 11, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Bob Montgomery beat Don Lewis
2. Juan Humberto drew Young Stecher
3. Teddy Waters beat Chief War Eagle (45:00)
i. Waters > War Eagle (30:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Sheik Mar Allah
i. Mar Allah > Reynolds (23:00)
ii. Reynolds > Mar Allah (5:00)
iii. Reynolds > Mar Allah (17:00)

Tuesday, August 16, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Ken Hollis drew Cullen Redd (15:00)
2. Ted Travis beat Jack Richards (4:00)
3. Cyclone Fox beat Don Lewis (13:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Bob Montgomery (45:00)
i. Humberto > Montgomery (36:00)
ii. The time limit expired
5. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Silent Rattan
i. Rattan > Reynolds (6:00)
ii. Reynolds > Rattan (23:00)
iii. Reynolds > Rattan (6:30)

Saturday, August 20, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. George Poulos beat Dr. Eddie Mueller (11:00)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Fred Kupfer
i. Fox > Kupfer
ii. The time limit expired
3. Teddy Waters beat George Craig
i. Craig > Waters
ii. Waters > Craig
iii. Waters > Craig
4. Juan Humberto beat Young Stecher
i. Humberto > Stecher (50:00)
ii. Humberto > Stecher (2:00)
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from August 18 due to bad weather.

Tuesday, August 23, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Fred Kupfer beat Dr. Eddie Mueller (13:00)
2. George Poulos drew Chief War Eagle (30:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat George Cochran
i. Humberto > Cochran (17:00)
ii. Cochran > Humberto (11:00)
iii. Humberto > Cochran (10:00)
4. Bob Montgomery beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Cyclone Fox)
i. Montgomery > Blackstock (14:00)
ii. Blackstock > Montgomery (9:00)
iii. Montgomery was disqualified (4:00)

Thursday, August 25, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. George Poulos beat Alva Boggs
2. Cyclone Fox beat Lee Meyers (45:00)
i. Fox > Meyers
ii. The time limit expired
3. Teddy Waters beat Frankie Hill
i. Waters > Hill
ii. Waters > Hill
4. Juan Humberto beat Frenchy LaRue
i. Humberto > LaRue (35:00)
ii. Humberto > LaRue (3:00)

Tuesday, August 30, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (4,000)
1. Silent Rattan drew Lee Ivy (15:00)
2. Pat O’Brien drew Cyclone Fox (20:00)
3. Albion Britt beat Vic Jarboe (7:00)
4. Juan Humberto drew Sol Slagel (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
5. Marshall Blackstock beat Billy Edwards (referee: Red Dorsey)
i. Blackstock > Edwards (23:00)
ii. Edwards > Blackstock (8:00)
iii. Blackstock > Edwards (12:00)

Thursday, September 1, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Silent Rattan beat Tuffy McMullen
2. Albion Britt beat Paul Murdoch
3. Teddy Waters drew George Poulos
i. Waters > Poulos
ii. Poulos > Waters
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Bob Montgomery
i. Montgomery > Edwards (19:00)
ii. Edwards > Montgomery (7:00)
iii. Edwards > Montgomery (7:00)

Wednesday, September 7, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,000)
1. George Cochran beat George Parham (3:00)
2. Juan Humberto drew Joe Cox (30:00)
3. Billy Edwards drew Paul Harper
i. Edwards > Harper (17:00)
ii. Harper > Edwards (2:00)
iii. No contest (5:00)
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Tommy Marvin
i. Blackstock > Marvin (16:00)
ii. Marvin >Blackstock (10:00)
iii. Marvin was counted out
NOTE: This card was rescheduled from September 6 due to bad weather.

Thursday, September 8, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Vic Jarboe vs. Paul Murdoch
2. Teddy Waters vs. Frenchy LaRue
3. Silent Rattan vs. Red Michael
4. Billy Edwards vs. Juan Humberto

Tuesday, September 13, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Vic Jarboe vs. Oscar Lindsey
2. Sol Slagel vs. Tommy Marvin
3. Marshall Blackstock vs. Juan Humberto
4. Billy Edwards vs. Paul Harper

Thursday, September 15, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Paul Murdoch beat Silent Olson Condell
2. Silent Rattan drew Sheik Mar Allah
3. Juan Humberto beat Sol Slagel
i. Humberto > Slagel
ii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Paul Orth
i. Edwards > Orth
ii. Orth > Edwards
iii. Edwards > Orth

Tuesday, September 20, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (4,500)
1. Pat O’Brien beat George Cochran (11:00)
2. Bob Montgomery drew Sol Slagel (20:00)
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Red Demon (11:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Paul Harper
i. Edwards > Harper (14:00)
ii. Harper > Edwards (14:00)
iii. Edwards > Harper (7:00)

Thursday, September 22, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. George Cochran drew Bob Montgomery
2. Silent Rattan beat Jack Curtis
3. Teddy Waters beat Cullen Red
4. Juan Humberto beat Billy Edwards (referee: Clarence Luttrall)
i. Edwards > Humberto (25:00)
ii. Humberto > Edwards
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Tuesday, September 27, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,000)
1. Sol Slagel beat Clarence Luttrall (12:00)
2. George Hills beat Bob Montgomery
3. Tony DeVito drew Red Demon (30:00)
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Juan Humberto
i. Humberto > Blackstock (22:00)
ii. Blackstock > Humberto (14:00)
iii. Humberto was disqualified (7:45)

Thursday, September 29, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Silent Rattan beat Clete Duval
2. Cyclone Fox beat Paul Murdoch
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Whitey Govro
4. Juan Humberto beat Bob Montgomery
5. World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Teddy Waters
i. Waters > Kallio (23:00)
ii. Kallio > Fox (8:00)
iii. Kallio > Fox

Tuesday, October 4, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (4,000)
1. Sol Slagel beat Whitey Govro (13:00)
2. Tom Alley beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Blackstock > Alley (22:00)
ii. Alley > Blackstock (24:00)
iii. Blackstock was unable to return
3. Juan Humberto beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Humberto (16:00)
ii. Humberto > Edwards (29:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified before the fall began

Thursday, October 6, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Whitey Govro (sub. Marshall Blackstock) beat Oklahoma Curley
2. Bob Montgomery beat Tony Canales
3. Juan Humberto drew Paul Orth (45:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Sailor Ajax
i. Ajax > Edwards (22:00)
ii. Edwards > Ajax
iii. Edwards > Ajax

Monday, October 10, 1932
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (1,600)
1. Red Demon beat Bob Montgomery
i. Montgomery > Demon
ii. Montgomery was disqualified for the match
2. Silent Rattan drew Joe Reno
i. Rattan > Reno
ii. Reno > Rattan
iii. The time limit expired
3. Wrestler vs. boxer: Billy Edwards beat Wilson Dunn
i. Edwards > Dunn (1st)
ii. Edwards > Dunn (6th)
NOTE: A mixed boxing and wrestling card co-promoted with Bert Willoughby’s partner, Larry Meinert. Another mixed car was held the next week at the Labor Temple.

Thursday, October 13, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Joe Reno beat Russell Austin
2. Silent Rattan beat Henry Clausen (10:00)
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Bob Montgomery
i. Blackstock > Montgomery
ii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat Paul Orth
i. Humberto > Orth
ii. Orth > Humberto
iii. Humberto > Orth

Monday, October 17, 1932
Dallas, TX – Labor Temple Arena
1. Walter Stratton beat Paul Murdoch (45:00)
i. Stratton > Murdoch
ii. The time limit expired
2. Silent Rattan drew Jack Curtis
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored

Thursday, October 20, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Sheik Mar Allah beat Jack Curtis
2. Marshall Blackstock beat Sol Slagel
3. Silent Rattan beat Joe Reno (26:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Paul Orth
i. Edwards > Orth (13:00)
ii. Orth > Edwards
iii. Edwards > Orth

Thursday, October 27, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Sheik Mar Allah beat Flash Dishroon
2. Tom Alley beat Jack Ray (15:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat Marshall Blackstock via dq
4. Joe Reno beat Silent Rattan
i. Reno > Rattan
ii. Rattan > Reno
iii. Reno > Rattan

Tuesday, November 1, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno drew Sheik Mar Allah (20:00)
2. Sol Slagel best Jack Ray via dq (12:00)
3. Tom Alley drew Juan Humberto (60:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
4. Billy Edwards beat Jim Atlas
i. Edwards > Atlas (18:00)
ii. Atlas > Edwards (6:00)
iii. Edwards > Atlas

Thursday, November 3, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Jack Curtis beat Otis Headrick
2. Walter Stratton drew George Craig
3. Silent Rattan beat Sheik Mar Allah via dq (21:00) (referee: Clarence Luttrall)
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Sol Slagel
i. Blackstock > Slagel (21:00)
ii. Slagel > Blackstock (7:00)
iii. Blackstock > Slagel (5:00)

Tuesday, November 8, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Silent Rattan beat Joe Schrader (6:00)
2. Marshall Blackstock drew Jack Ray (30:00)
3. Juan Humberto drew George Gustovich (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Tom Alley beat Billy Edwards
i. Alley > Edwards (23:00)
ii. Edwards > Alley (13:00)
iii. Alley > Edwards

Thursday, November 10, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Harvey Hutchins beat Ken Gaston
2. Paul Orth beat Tony Canales (sub. Walter Stratton)
3. Sheik Mar Allah beat Bill Hartsell
4. Jim Atlas drew Frenchy LaRue
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
5. Billy Edwards beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Blackstock > Edwards (10:00)
ii. Edwards > Blackstock (9:00)
iii. Edwards > Blackstock (1:00)

Tuesday, November 15, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Paul Orth beat Tony Canales (14:00)
2. Cliff White beat Clarence Luttrall (16:00)
3. George Gustovich beat Murrell Hogue (13:00)
4. Sol Slagel beat Jim Atlas
i. Slagel > Atlas (21:00)
ii. Atlas was unable to return
5. Juan Humberto beat Tom Alley
i. Humberto > Alley (46:00)
ii. Alley > Humberto (29:00)
iii. Humberto > Alley

Thursday, November 17, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Cyclone Fox beat Ted Travis
2. Joe Reno beat Bill Hartsell
3. Tsutao Higami beat Red Lindsay
i. Higami > Lindsay (41:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Walter Stratton
i. Nichols > Stratton (18:00)
ii. Nichols > Stratton (10:00)

Tuesday, November 22, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno drew Tsutao Higami (20:00)
2. Paul Orth beat Chief War Eagle (18:00)
3. Mustafa Pasha beat Juan Humberto (60:00)
i. Pasha > Humberto (4:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat George Gustovich
i. Edwards > Gustovich (21:00)
ii. Gustovich > Edwards (7:00)
iii. Edwards > Gustovich (8:00)

Thursday, November 24, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Tony Canales drew Paul Murdoch
2. Paul orth beat Cliff White
3. Tsutao Higami drew Joe Reno
4. Juan Humberto beat Gus Gustovich

Tuesday, November 29, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Nick Bozinis beat Eddie Lopez (16:00)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Tony Canales (9:00)
3. Bob Montgomery drew Chief War Eagle (20:00)
4. Frank Wolff beat Red Lyons (26:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Mustafa Pasha
i. Pasha > Edwards (12:00)
ii. Edwards > Pasha (30:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, December 1, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Paul Murdoch beat Bill Hassan
2. Bob Montgomery drew Red Lyons
3. Tom Alley beat Chief War Eagle
4. Joe Reno beat Sheik Mar Allah
i. Reno > Mar Allah
ii. Reno > Mar Allah

Tuesday, December 6, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Frank Wolff beat George Craig (17:00)
2. Steve Nenoff drew Jack Curtis (20:00)
3. Tom Alley beat Jack Ray (24:00)
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Tsutao Higami
i. Reynolds > Higami (21:00)
ii. Higami > Reynolds (10:00)
iii. Reynolds > Higami

Thursday, December 8, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Frank Wolff drew Nick Bozinis
2. Tom Alley beat Sol Slagel
3. Bob Montgomery drew Mustafa Pasha
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Joe Reno
i. Reno > Reynolds (11:00)
ii. Reynolds > Reno (3:00)
iii. Reynolds > Reno (5:00)

Tuesday, December 13, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe Reno vs. Steve Nenoff
2. Frank Wolff vs. Elmer Guthrie
3. Tom Alley vs. Mustafa Pasha

Thursday, December 15, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Silent Olson Condell vs. Frank Wolff
2. Silent Rattan vs. Bill Hartsell
3. Bob Montgomery vs. Cliff White
4. Tom Alley vs. Juan Humberto

Tuesday, December 20, 1932
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Ernie Glover beat Harry Johnson (9:00)
2. Dick Raines beat Tony Catalina
i. Raines > Catalina (21:00)
ii. Catalina was unable to return
3. Frank Wolff beat Paul Orth (45:00)
i. Wolff > Orth (29:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Welterweight Champion Jack Reynolds beat Steve Nenoff
i. Nenoff > Reynolds (28:00)
ii. Nenoff was disqualified from the match

Thursday, December 22, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Frank Wolff beat Silent Olson Condell (15:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Bill Hartsell
i. Rattan > Hartsell
ii. Rattan > Hartsell
3. Bob Montgomery beat Cliff White
i. Montgomery > White (37:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Tom Alley beat Juan Humberto
i. Humberto > Alley (25:00)
ii. Alley > Humberto
iii. Humberto was unable to return

Thursday, December 29, 1932
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Frank Wolff beat Lee Meyers (19:00)
2. Elmer Guthrie drew Bob Montgomery
3. Mustafa Pasha beat Tony Catalina (23:00)
4. Paul Orth beat Chief War Eagle
i. Orth > War Eagle (17:30)
ii. War Eagle > Orth (10:00)
iii. Orth > War Eagle



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Promoter: Bert Willoughby (Dallas)

Tuesday, January 3, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Sol Slagel drew Nore Jerlstrom (20:00)
2. Dick Raines beat Cliff Maupin
3. Frank Wolff beat Chief War Eagle
4. Billy Edwards beat Mustafa Pasha (referee: Roy Lumpkin)
i. Edwards > Pasha (17:00)
ii. Pasha > Edwards
iii. Edwards > Pasha (8:00)

Promoters: Don Fox & Crannie Cranford (Fort Worth)

Thursday, January 5, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Jack Clancy drew Bill Harrison (20:00)
2. Frank Wolff beat Jack O’Brien (11:00)
3. Ernie Arthur beat Benny Bolt
i. Arthur > Bolt
ii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Paul Orth
i. Edwards >Orth (23:00)
ii. Edwards >Orth (0:30)

Tuesday, January 10, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Nore Jerlstrom beat Clarence Luttrall (9:00)
2. Tom Alley drew Elmer Guthrie (30:00)
3. Handicap match: Gus Gustovich & Bob Montgomery beat Dick Raines (30:00)
i. Raines > Gustovich (12:00)
ii. The time limit expired. Raines had to beat both men in 30 minutes.
4. Frank Wolff beat Billy Edwards (referee: Roy Lumpkin)
i. Edwards > Wolff (30:00)
ii. Edwards was disqualified from the match (9:00)

Thursday, January 12, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Ernie Arthur beat Bill Hartsell
2. Frank Wolff beat Swede Larsen
3. Tom Alley drew Nore Jerlstrom
4. Billy Edwards beat Bob Montgomery
i. Montgomery > Edwards
ii. Edwards > Montgomery
iii. Edwards > Montgomery

Tuesday, January 17, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (5,000)
1. Ernie Glover drew Cliff White (10:00)
2. Stanley Rogers beat Les Grimes (15:00)
3. Dick Raines beat Nore Jerlstrom (9:00)
4. Roy Lumpkin beat Billy Edwards (referee: Dick Raines)
i. Lumpkin > Edwards (4:00)
ii. Edwards > Lumpkin (24:00)
iii. Edwards was counted out

Thursday, January 19, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Cyclone Fox beat Farmer Vance (13:00)
2. Red Lyons beat Cliff Maupin (14:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Les Grimes
i. Guthrie > Grimes (15:00)
ii. Grimes was unable to return
4. Frank Wolff beat George Sauer
i. Sauer > Wolff (25:00)
ii. Wolff > Sauer (15:00)
iii. Wolff > Sauer

Monday, January 23, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,000)
1. Bill Hassan drew Nick Bozinis (15:00)
2. Stanley Rogers beat Swede Larsen (15:00)
3. Dick Raines beat Sol Slagel
i. Raines > Slagel (24:00)
ii. Slagel was disqualified
4. Tom Alley beat Roy Lumpkin
i. Lumpkin > Alley (6:00)
ii. Alley > Lumpkin (35:00)
iii. Alley > Lumpkin (1:00)

Thursday, January 26, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dave Reynolds beat Tuffy McMullen
2. Pete Brown drew George Sauer
3. Frank Wolff beat Elmer Guthrie
4. Roy Lumpkin beat Art Mondt
i. Lumpkin > Mondt
ii. Mondt was unable to return

Tuesday, January 31, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Nick Bozinis beat Jack Callahan (15:00)
2. Jack League beat George Cochran (4:00)
3. Nore Jerlstrom beat Michael Michaeloff via dq (18:00)
4. Frank Wolff beat Pete Brown
i. Wolff > Brown (33:00)
ii. Brown was unable to return
5. Hugh Nichols beat Mustafa Pasha (referee: Jack League)
i. Pasha > Nichols (23:00)
ii. Nichols > Pasha
iii. Nichols > Pasha

Thursday, February 2, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dave Reynolds beat Charlie Beard
2. Mustafa Pasha drew Pete Brown
3. Frank Wolff beat Paul Orth
i. Wolff > Orth (22:00)
ii. Orth was unable to return
4. Billy Edwards beat Tom Alley
i. Edwards > Alley (15:00)
ii. Alley > Edwards (17:00)
iii. Edwards > Alley (6:00)

Tuesday, February 7, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (cancelled due to bad weather)

Thursday, February 9, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dave Reynolds beat Ernie Arthur
2. Bob Montgomery drew Elmer Guthrie (30:00)
3. George Sauer beat Paul Orth
i. Sauer > Orth
ii. The time limit expired
4. Frank Wolff beat Billy Edwards
i. Edwards > Wolff (17:00)
ii. Wolff > Edwards (9:00)
iii. Edwards was disqualified before the fall began

Tuesday, February 14, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Dutch Mantell beat Jimmy Murphy (9:00)
2. George Sauer drew Paul Orth (30:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
i. Brown > Mueller (19:00)
ii. Brown > Mueller (3:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Frank Wolff
i. Wolff > Nichols (50:45)
ii. Wolf was disqualified from the match before the fall began

Thursday, February 16, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Paul Bozzell beat Oscar Lindsey
2. George Sauer beat Mustafa Pasha
3. Pete Brown beat Paul Murdoch
4. Bill Americus beat Dr. Eddie Mueller
5. Billy Edwards beat Frank Wolff
i. Edwards > Wolff (11:00)
ii. Wolff > Edwards (11:00)
iii. Edwards > Wolff (6:00)

Tuesday, February 21, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Dave Reynolds beat Heine Schmidt (13:00)
2. Jack League beat Clarence Luttrall (8:00)
3. Pete Brown drew Young Americus (30:00)
4. Paul Orth beat Jack Clancy
i. Orth > Clancy (13:00)
ii. Orth > Clancy (2:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Dick Raines
i. Raines > Edwards (19:00)
ii. Edwards > Raines (14:00)
iii. Raines was unable to return

Thursday, February 23, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Dave Reynolds beat Bill Hartsell (16:00)
2. Bill Americus beat Paul Murdoch (10:00)
3. Pete Brown beat Les Wolfe
i. Brown > Wolfe
ii. The time limit expired
4. Frank Wolff beat Tom Alley
i. Alley > Wolff
ii. Wolff > Alley
iii. Alley was unable to return

Tuesday, February 28, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pete Brown drew Cyclone Fox (30:00)
2. Judo Jacket Match: Tsutao Higami beat Paul Orth via dq (9:00)
3. Roy Lumpkin beat Bob Montgomery (21:00)
4. Frank Wolff beat George Sauer
i. Wolff > Sauer (26:00)
ii. Sauer > Wolff (10:00)
iii. Wolff > Sauer (27:00)

Thursday, March 2, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Recreation Building
1. Dave Reynolds beat Tommy Pool
2. Tsutao Higami beat Jack Curtis
3. Pat O’Brien drew George Poulos
4. Pete Brown beat Les Wolfe
i. Brown > Wolfe
ii. Wolfe > Brown
iii. Brown > Wolfe

Tuesday, March 7, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cyclone Fox beat Jack Callahan (12:00)
2. Tsutao Higami beat Tommy Heinz (17:00)
3. Pat O’Brien drew Jack League (45:00)
i. O’Brien > League (16:00)
ii. League > O’Brien (25:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Frank Wolff beat Hugh Nichols
i. Wolff > Nichols (13:00)
ii. Nichols > Wolff (11:00)
iii. Wolff > Nichols (9:00)
NOTE: Wolff claimed the world light heavyweight title on winning this match, but Nichols had stated before the match that he would only defend his title under NWA rules, and was wrestling this match on the understanding that this match was no holds barred. Nichols continued to be recognized as champion by the NWA, while Wolff proceeded to defend his claim to the title.

Tuesday, March 14, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cyclone Fox drew Farmer Vance (20:00)
2. Bob Montgomery beat Paul Murdoch (16:00)
3. Roy Lumpkin beat Jack League
i. Lumpkin > League (23:00)
ii. Lumpkin > League (0:40)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Frank Wolff beat Paul Orth
i. Wolff > Orth (13:20)
ii. Wolff > Orth
NOTE: Wolff defended his local claim to the world light heavyweight title.

Tuesday, March 21, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,500)
1. Billy Hassan beat Swede Larsen (5:00)
2. Cyclone Fox beat Joe Ferguson (11:00)
3. Bert Kahn beat Benny Bolt (1:00)
4. Dutch Mantell beat Ernie Arthur
i. Mantell > Arthur (27:00)
ii. Mantell > Arthur (1:10)
5. Hugh Nichols beat John Kilonis
i. Nichols > Kilonis (9:00)
ii. Kilonis > Nichols (10:00)
iii. Kilonis was disqualified (5:00)
NOTE: Nichols was billed as the former champion here, although the NWA still recognised him as world light heavyweight champion.

Thursday, March 23, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Cyclone Fox beat Benny Mathis
2. Gus Pappas drew Pat O’Brien
3. Paul Orth beat George Poulos
i. Orth > Poulos (40:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Hugh Nichols beat Juan Humberto
i. Humberto > Nichols (19:00)
ii. Nichols > Humberto
iii. Nichols > Humberto

Tuesday, March 28, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pete Brown drew Joe Kopecky (20:00)
2. Jimmy Logas beat Red Lyons (24:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat Roy Lumpkin (45:00)
i. Humberto > Lumpkin (41:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. John Kilonis beat Paul Orth
i. Orth > Kilonis (14:00)
ii. Kilonis > Orth (5:35)
iii. Kilonis > Orth (6:00)

Thursday, March 30, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Gus Pappas beat Johnny Fulton
2. George Poulos drew Joe Kopecky
3. Red Lyons beat Paul Orth
i. Orth > Lyons
ii. Lyons > Orth
iii. Lyons > Orth
4. Cyclone Fox beat John Kilonis
i. –
ii. –
iii. Kilonis was disqualified

Tuesday, April 4, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. Joe Kopecky beat Billy Hassan (14:00)
2. Jimmy Logas beat Bull Smith (7:35)
3. Juan Humberto drew Roy Lumpkin (60:00)
i. Humberto > Lumpkin (40:00)
ii. Lumpkin > Humberto (12:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Hugh Nichols beat Billy Edwards
i. Nichols > Edwards (17:00)
ii. Edwards > Nichols (13:00)
iii. Nichols > Edwards (8:00)

Thursday, April 6, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Jack League beat Cowboy Marlin (sub. Les Grimes) (14:00)
2. Gus Pappas beat Bill Hassen (21:00)
3. Paul Orth drew Cyclone Fox
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat John Kilonis
i. Edwards > Kilonis
ii. Kilonis > Edwards
iii. Edwards > Kilonis

Tuesday, April 11, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (3,500)
1. Stanley Rogers drew Michael Michaeloff (20:00)
2. Walter “Sneeze” Achiu beat Red Lindsay (13:00)
3. Jimmy Logas beat Dude Chick (45:00)
i. Logas > Chick (31:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Frank Wolff beat John Kilonis
i. Wolff > Kilonis (29:30)
ii. Kilonis was unable to return
NOTE: Wolff defended his local claim to the world light heavyweight title.

Thursday, April 13, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Elmer Guthrie beat Cliff Maupin
2. Cyclone Fox beat Jack Callahan
3. Jimmy Logas beat Teddy Waters
i. Logas > Waters
ii. Logas > Waters
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Frank Wolff beat Billy Edwards
i. Wolff > Edwards (21:00)
ii. Edwards > Wolff (4:00)
iii. Wolff > Edwards
NOTE: Wolff defended his local claim to the world light heavyweight title.

Tuesday, April 18, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cyclone Fox drew Joe Kopecky (20:00)
2. Walter “Sneeze” Achiu beat George Poulos (19:00)
3. Jimmy Logas beat John Kilonis (20:00)
4. Al Karasick beat John Fulton (3:00)
5. Frank Wolff beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Wolff
ii. Wolff > Guthrie (26:00)
iii. Wolff > Guthrie (2:00)

Thursday, April 20, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dutch Mantell beat Dave Reynolds (18:00)
2. Joe Kopecky drew George Craig
3. George Sauer beat John Kilonis (21:00)
4. Cyclone Fox beat Paul Orth
i. Fox > Orth (13:00)
ii. Orth > Fox (5:00)
iii. Fox > Orth

Tuesday, April 25, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (cancelled due to bad weather)

Thursday, April 27, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Dutch Mantell beat Mike O’Malley
2. Gus Pappas drew Bulldog Travis (sub. Dude Chick)
3. Cyclone Fox beat George Poulos
i. Poulos > Fox
ii. Fox > Poulos
iii. Poulos was unable to return
4. George Sauer beat Al Karasick
i. Sauer > Karasick (15:00)
ii. Karasick > Sauer (14:00)
iii. Sauer > Karasick

Tuesday, May 2, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Jack League beat Jack Sullivan (12:00)
2. Elmer Guthrie beat Roy Lumpkin (17:00)
3. Al Karasick beat Pat O’Brien (14:00)
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Frank Wolff (120:00)
i. Nichols > Wolff (91:00)
ii. The time limit expired
NOTE: Nichols, again billed as NWA champion, defended his title, and ended Wolff’s local claim.

Thursday, May 4, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. George Poulos beat Farmer Vance
2. Juan Humberto beat Jack League
3. Dude Chick beat Les Wolfe
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Cyclone Fox
i. Nichols > Fox
ii. Fox was unable to return

Tuesday, May 9, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,000)
1. Nick Bozinis drew Paul Murdoch (20:00)
2. Dude Chick beat Jack League (13:00)
3. Jimmy Logas beat Mustafa Pasha (45:00)
i. Logas > Pasga (33:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat Al Karasick
i. Edwards > Karasick (17:00)
ii. Karasick > Edwards (14:00)
iii. Edwards > Karasick

Thursday, May 11, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Joe Parelli beat Jack Callahan (15:00)
2. George Poulos drew Dude Chick
3. Jimmy Logas beat Bull Smith (14:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Juan Humberto
i. Edwards > Humberto (16:00)
ii. Humberto > Edwards (3:00)
iii. Edwards > Humberto

Tuesday, May 16, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Walter Achiu drew Joe Parelli (20:00)
2. Juan Humberto drew Harry Demetral (30:00)
3. Jimmy Logas beat Cyclone Fox (25:00)
4. Frank Wolff beat Al Karasick
i. Wolff > Karasick (22:00)
ii. Karasick was unable to return

Thursday, May 18, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Bill Hassen drew Jack Callahan
2. Dude Chick beat Frankie Hill
3. Jimmy Logas drew Walter Stratton
4. Cyclone Fox beat Paul Murdoch
5. Frank Wolff beat Elmer Guthrie

Tuesday, May 23, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Parelli beat Jack Callahan over two 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Parelli > Callahan
2. Walter Achiu drew George Craig over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
3. Dude Chick beat Joe Kopecky (45:00)
i. Chick > Koppecky (36:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Jimmy Logas beat Frank Wolff
i. Wolff > Logas (26:00)
ii. Wolff was disqualified
iii. Logas > Wolff (22:00)

Thursday, May 25, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Walter Stratton beat Jack Callahan
2. Walter Achiu (sub. Dude Chick) beat George Ligosky
3. Joe Kopecky drew Joe Parelli
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Frank Wolff beat Cyclone Fox
i. Fox > Wolff
ii. Wolff > Fox
iii. Fox was unable to return

Tuesday, May 30, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Dude Chick beat Cliff Maupin over two 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Chick > Maupin
2. LeRoy McGuirk beat Pat O’Brien over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. McGuirk > O’Brien
3. Red Lyons beat Les Grimes over four 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Lyons > Grimes
iii. The time limit expired
iv. Lyons > Grimes
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Jimmy Logas
i. Nichols > Logas (39:00)
ii. Logas was unable to continue

Thursday, June 1, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Dude Chick beat Les Grimes (14:00)
2. Joe Parelli drew Nick Bozinis (sub. George Poulos) (30:00)
3. Joe Kopecky beat George Craig (45:00)
i. Kopecky > Craig (32:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Bob Montgomery beat Red Lyons
i. Montgomery > Lyons (14:00)
ii. Lyons > Montgomery (8:00)
iii. Montgomery > Lyons

Tuesday, June 6, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (3,500)
1. Cyclone Fox beat Casey Jones
i. The time limit expired
ii. Fox > Jones
2. Bob Montgomery drew Albion Britt over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Red Lyons over four 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
iv. McGuirk > Lyons
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Juan Humberto
i. Blackstock > Humberto (0:20)
ii. Humberto > Blackstock (22:00)
iii. Blackstock > Humberto (6:00)

Thursday, June 8, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Davey Jones drew Woody Windham
2. Joe Reno beat Les Simms
3. Dude Chick beat Billy Burns
4. Juan Humberto drew Albion Britt
5. Marshall Blackstock beat Bob Montgomery
i. Blackstock > Montgomery (28:00)
ii. Montgomery was unable to return

Monday, June 12, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Red Michael
2. Billy Burns beat Jack Callahan
3. Walter Achiu drew Cyclone Fox
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Albion Britt
i. Blackstock > Britt
ii. Britt > Blackstock
iii. Blackstock > Britt

Tuesday, June 13, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Bert Kahn beat Red Michael over two 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Kahn > Michael
2. Walter Achiu beat George Ligosky over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. Achiu > Ligosky
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Billy Burns over four scheduled 10-minute rounds
i. McGuirk > Burns
ii. McGuirk > Burns
4. Fred Meyer beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Meyer > Blackstock (0:40)
ii. Blackstock > Meyer (19:00)
iii. Blackstock was disqualified (13:00)

Monday, June 19, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Joe Reno beat Bull Smith
2. Albion Britt drew Stanley Rogers
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Billy Burns
4. Walter Achiu beat Cyclone Fox (120:00)
i. Achiu > Fox (102:00)
ii. The time limit expired

Tuesday, June 20, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Pete Brown drew Paul Murdoch over two 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
2. Jack Kogut beat Les Grimes over three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. Kogut > Grimes
iii. The time limit expired
3. Walter Achiu beat Joe Reno over four 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. Reno was disqualified
iv. The time limit expired
4. Handicap match: Hugh Nichols & Elmer Guthrie beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Nichols > Blackstock (35:00)
ii. Blackstock had to beat both men in 90 minutes, so Guthrie did not wrestle.

Monday, June 26, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Turp Gresham drew Jack Callahan
2. Stanley Rogers beat Swede Larsen
3. Juan Humberto drew Tommy Marvin
4. Pete Brown beat Walter Achiu
i. Brown > Achiu
ii. Achiu > Brown
iii. Brown > Achiu

Tuesday, June 27, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Reno beat Walter Achiu
i. Achiu > Reno (22:00)
ii. Reno > Achiu (17:00)
iii. Achiu was unable to continue
2. Marshall Blackstock drew Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Blackstock (0:25)
ii. Blackstock > Guthrie (18:00)
iii. Both wrestlers were disqualified
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > McGuirk (15:00)
ii. McGuirk > Chick (8:00)
iii. McGuirk > Chick (14:00)

Monday, July 3, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Cyclone Fox vs. Jack Callahan
2. Joe Reno vs. Jack Curtis
3. Stanley Rogers vs. Bob Montgomery
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols vs. Pete Brown

Tuesday, July 4, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Turp Gresham drew Cliff Maupin (20:00)
2. George Sauer beat Red Lyons (17:00)
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Bob Montgomery
i. McGuirk > Montgomery (29:00)
ii. McGuirk > Montgomery (2:00)

Monday, July 10, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Claude Swindell beat Jap Martin
2. Joe Reno drew Jack Gorman (30:00)
3. George Sauer beat Dude Chick
i. Sauer > Chick (29:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Cyclone Fox beat Walter Achiu
i. Fox > Achiu (51:00)
ii. Fox > Achiu (0:30)

Monday, July 17, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Kid Lott beat Ernie Glover
2. Joe Reno beat Red Lindsay
3. Stanley Rogers beat Paul Murdoch
4. George Sauer beat Dude Chick via dq

Tuesday, July 18, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Jack Kogut drew Bob Thompson (20:00)
2. Jack League beat Jim Henry (11:00)
3. Jimmy Lott beat Walter Achiu (21:00)
4. Joe Shimkus beat Juan Humberto
i. Shimkus > Humberto (23:00)
ii. Humberto > Shimkus (7:00)
iii. Shimkus > Humberto (6:00)

Monday, July 24, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Frankie Hill beat Bob Thompson
2. Dutch Mantell beat Austin Banks
3. Joe Reno beat Jack Gorman
4. Stanley Rogers beat Dude Chick
i. Chick > Rogers
ii. Rogers > Chick
iii. Chick was unable to return

Tuesday, July 25, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Jimmy Lott beat Walter Stratton (16:00)
2. Joe Reno drew Dutch Mantell (45:00)
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Pete Brown
i. McGuirk > Brown (23:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Joe Shimkus beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Shimkus (17:00)
ii. Shimkus > Guthrie (18:00)
iii. Shimkus > Guthrie (2:00)

Monday, July 31, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Kid Lott beat Frankie Hill
2. Elmer Guthrie beat Jack League
3. Joe Reno beat Red Lindsay
4. George Sauer beat Al Stecher

Tuesday, August 1, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Pat O’Brien beat Frank Hill (15:00)
2. Frank Malcewicz beat Turp Gresham (14:00)
3. George Sauer drew Jimmy Lott (45:00)
i. Lott > Sauer (20:00)
ii. Sauer > Lott (6:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Hugh Nichols beat Joe Shimkus
i. Nichols > Shimkus (23:00)
ii. Shimkus > Nichols (9:00)
iii. Shimkus was unable to return after being knocked out by Elmer Guthrie after the conclusion of the second fall.

Monday, August 7, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox-Cranford Open Air Arena
1. Jack League beat Ernie Glover
2. Jack Curtis beat Nick Steinbach (sub. Jack Gorman)
3. Kid Lott drew Pat O’Brien
4. Joe Shimkus beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Blackstock > Shimkus
ii. Shimkus > Blackstock
iii. Shimkus > Blackstock

Tuesday, August 8, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Pete Brown beat Ken Hollis (14:00)
2. Jack League drew Dorv Roche (30:00)
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Jack Kogut (16:00)
4. Hugh Nichols beat Joe Shimkus
i. Shimkus > Nichols (17:00)
ii. Nichols > Shimkus (10:00)
iii. Shimkus was disqualified (8:00)

Monday, August 14, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (7,000)
1. Dorv Roche beat Jack League (45:00)
i. Roche > League (28:00)
ii. The time limit expired
2. Billy Edwards beat Marshall Blackstock (referee: Jack Dempsey)
i. Blackstock > Edwards (13:00)
ii. Edwards > Blackstock (9:00)
iii. Edwards > Blackstock (11:00)
NOTE: This was a mixed boxing-wrestling card co-promoted with Larry Meinert.

Promoters: Don Fox & Cyclone Fox (Fort Worth). Cyclone Fox purchased the promoting interests of Crannie Cranford.

Tuesday, August 15, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Jack Kogut drew Paul Murdoch
2. Joe Shimkus beat Jack League
3. Kid Lott beat Cyclone Fox
4. Elmer Guthrie beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Blackstock > Guthrie
ii. Guthrie > Blackstock
iii. Guthrie > Blackstock

Monday, August 21, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Toots Estes drew Red Lindsay (20:00)
2. Frank Malcewicz beat Young Stecher (21:00)
3. Billy Edwards beat Dorv Roche (referee: Art Mondt)
i. Roche > Edwards (13:00)
ii. Edwards > Roche (4:30)
iii. Edwards > Roche (17:00)

Tuesday, August 22, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Kid Lott beat Frank Clemons
2. Elmer Guthrie beat Frank Wolff
3. Joe Shimkus beat Billy Edwards
i. –
ii. –
iii. Shimkus > Edwards

Monday, August 28, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Young Sampson beat Whitey McKay
2. Lee Meyers beat Frank Clemons
3. George Sauer drew Dorv Roche
4. Joe Shimkus beat Billy Edwards
i. –
ii. –
iii. Edwards was disqualified

Tuesday, August 29, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Young Stecher drew Lee Meyers (20:00)
2. Frank Malcewicz beat Frank Clemons (14:00)
3. Dorv Roche beat Tiny Ruff (25:00)
4. Frank Wolff beat Joe Shimkus
i. Wolff > Shimkus (16:00)
ii. Shimkus > Wolff (9:00)
iii. Wolff > Shimkus (6:00)

Monday, September 4, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Young Sampson beat Red Lindsay
2. Jimmy Lott drew George Sauer (45:00)
3. Frank Wolff beat Dorv Roche

Tuesday, September 5, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Jimmy Lott beat Young Stecher (20:00)
2. Dorv Roche beat George Cochran (13:00)
3. Frank Wolff drew Frank Malcewicz (30:00)
4. LeRoy McGuirk beat George Sauer
i. McGuirk > Sauer (24:00)
ii. Sauer > McGuirk (14:00)
iii. McGuirk > Sauer (3:00)

Monday, September 11, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Al Stecher beat Young Sampson
2. Joe Reno beat Benny Wilson
3. Stanley Rogers drew Dorv Roche
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Billy Edwards beat George Cochran
i. Cochran > Edwards
ii. Edwards > Cochran
iii. Edwards > Cochran

Tuesday, September 12, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Reno drew Blackie Blackburn (30:00)
2. Jimmy Lott beat Frankie Hill (6:00)
3. Joe Shimkus beat Dorv Roche (25:00)
4. Hugh Nichols beat LeRoy McGuirk
i. Nichols > McGuirk (15:00)
ii. McGuirk > Nichols (6:00)
iii. Nichols > McGuirk (15:00)

Monday, September 18, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Oreste Vadalfi beat Whitey Govro
2. Young Sampson beat Frank Clemons
3. Benny Wilson beat Joe Reno
4. Frank Wolff beat Al Stecher

Tuesday, September 19, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Reno beat Kaiser Hoffman (7:40)
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat Jack Kogut via co (11:30)
3. Jimmy Lott beat Frank Malcewicz (45:00)
i. Lott > Malcewicz (0:30)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Joe Shimkus beat Billy Edwards
i. Shimkus > Edwards (14:00)
ii. Edwards > Shimkus (7:00)
iii. Shimkus > Edwards (4:40)

Monday, September 25, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Joe Dillman beat Manuel Hernandez
2. Benny Wilson beat Silent Rattan
3. Frank Wolff drew Kid Lott (45:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Joe Shimkus beat Elmer Guthrie
i. Guthrie > Shimkus
ii. Shimkus > Guthrie
iii. Guthrie was unable to return

Tuesday, September 26, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Jack Kogut drew Joe Dillman
2. Oreste Vadalfi beat Manuel Hernandez (12:30)
3. Joe Reno drew Silent Rattan (60:00)
i. Reno > Rattan (26:00)
ii. Rattan > Reno (29:00)
iii. The time limit expired
4. Jimmy Lott beat Frank Malcewicz
i. Malcewicz > Lott (27:40)
ii. Lott > Malcewicz (10:00)
iii. Lott > Malcewicz (1:30)

Tuesday, October 3, 1933
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Joe Reno beat Jack Curtis (17:00)
2. Silent Rattan beat Frenchy Trudeau (11:00)
3. Pat Flanagan beat Clarence Eklund
i. Flanagan > Eklund (12:00)
ii. Eklund was unable to return
4. Ed Wirth beat Jack Caddell
i. Wirth > Cadell (12:00)
ii. Cadell > Wirth (14:00)
iii. Wirth > Cadell (9:00)

Tuesday, October 3, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Bobby Chick drew Pat O’Brien
2. Chief Little Wolf beat Al Stecher
3. Frank Wolff beat Joe Shimkus
4. Kid Lott beat George Sauer

Tuesday, October 10, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Joe Dillman drew Pat O’Brien
2. Steve Nenoff beat Benny Wilson
3. Chief Little Wolf beat Al Stecher
4. Frank Wolff nc Jimmy Lott

Tuesday, October 17, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Stanley Rogers beat Joe Dillman via dq
2. Jimmy Logas drew Teddy Waters
3. Steve Nenoff beat Silent Rattan
4. Frank Wolff beat Chief Little Wolf

Tuesday, October 24, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Jimmy Logas beat Verne Lewis
2. Jimmy Lott beat Joe Dillman
3. George Sauer beat Chief Little Wolf
4. Frank Wolff beat Hugh Nichols

Monday, October 30, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Basanta Singh vs. Frank Clemons
2. Jack Caddell drew Walter Miller (20:00)
3. George Kogert drew Pat Flanagan (45:00)
4. Glen Wade beat John Freberg
i. Freberg > Wade
ii. Wade > Freberg
iii. Wade > Freberg

Tuesday, October 31, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Bill Christian beat Larry Tillman
2. Bobby Chick drew Clete Kauffman
3. Jimmy Logas beat George Sauer
4. Jimmy Lott beat Frank Wolff via dq

Monday, November 6, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. John Freberg beat Jack Kelly (3:00)
2. George Kogut drew Al Sparks (30:00)
3. Pat Flanagan beat Jack McCarthy
i. Flanagan > McCarthy
ii. Flanagan > McCarthy
4. Glen Wade beat Marshall Blackstock
i. Wade > Blackstock (23:00)
ii. Blackstock > Wade (5:00)
iii. Blackstock was disqualified

Tuesday, November 7, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Johnny LaRue drew Chief Little Wolf
2. Joe Parelli beat Tolo Pierce
3. Bobby Chick beat Jimmy Lott
4. Jimmy Logas beat George Sauer

Monday, November 13, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pat O’Hara beat Vincent Lopez (6:00)
2. Nore Jerlstrom beat Manuel Hernandez (20:00)
3. George Kogut beat Pat Flanagan
i. Kogut > Flanagan
ii. Flanagan was unable to return
4. Glen Wade beat Al Sparks
i. Wade > Sparks
ii. Sparks > Wade
iii. Wade > Sparks

Tuesday, November 14, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Steve Nenoff beat Tolo Pierce
2. Bobby Chick drew Johnny LaRue
3. Albion Britt drew Jimmy Lott
4. Jimmy Logas beat Frank Wolff

Monday, November 20, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Abe Kaplan beat Jack McCarthy (10:00)
2. Pat Flanagan drew Al Karasick (20:00)
3. Jules Strongbow drew Glen Wade (20:00)
4. Ted Thye beat Ed Wirth
i. Thye > Wirth
ii. Thye > Wirth
5. Billy Edwards beat Al Sparks
i. Edwards > Sparks (18:00)
ii. Edwards > Sparks (8:00)

Tuesday, November 21, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Cyclone Burns drew Steve Nenoff
2. Johnny LaRue beat Bob Castle
3. Albion Britt beat Stanley Rogers
4. Frank Wolff beat Jimmy Logas

Monday, November 27, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Abe Kaplan vs. John Freberg
2. Al Karasick vs. Jack Caddell
3. Glen Wade vs. Jules Strongbow
4. Billy Edwards vs. Ted Thye

Tuesday, November 28, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Albion Britt drew Elmer Guthrie
2. Jimmy Logas beat Jimmy Lott
3. Frank Wolff ddq Stanley Rogers
4. Cyclone Burns beat Steve Nenoff

Monday, December 4, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jules Strongbow beat Hal Ward (15:00)
2. Jack League drew Al Sparks (20:00)
3. Abe Kaplan beat Manuel Hernandez (13:00)
4. Glen Wade beat George Kogut
i. Wade > Kogut (7:00)
ii. Wade > Kogut (0:20)
5. Billy Edwards beat Ted Thye
i. Thye > Edwards (14:20)
ii. Edwards > Thye (8:00)
iii. Edwards > Thye (9:30)

Tuesday, December 5, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Duke Ruppenthal beat Bob Castle
2. Jimmy Logas drew Elmer Guthrie
3. Cyclone Burne beat Silent Rattan
4. Hugh Nichols beat Frank Wolff

Monday, December 11, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Walter Miller drew Sonny Kohaui (20:00)
2. Jack League drew Bob Savage (30:00)
3. Abe Kaplan beat Jules Strongbow (25:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Marshall Blackstock (60:00)
i. Edwards > Blackstock (42:00)
ii. The time limit expired
5. Glen Wade beat Pat McGill
i. McGill > Wade (8:00)
ii. Wade > McGill (9:00)
iii. Wade > McGill (11:00)

Tuesday, December 12, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Duke Ruppenthal drew Silent Rattan
2. Pat O’Hara beat Bob Castle
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Marshall Blackstock
4. Jack Reynolds beat Cyclone Burns

Monday, December 18, 1933
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Eddie Elzea drew Eddie Wirth (20:00)
2. Al Sparks beat Jack League (27:00)
3. Marshall Blackstock beat Bob Savage
i. Blackstock > Savage
ii. Savage > Blackstock
iii. Blackstock > Savage
4. Billy Edwards drew Glen Wade (120:00)
i. Wade > Edwards (71:00)
ii. Edwards > Wade (37:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Tuesday, December 19, 1933
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Benny Wilson drew Cyclone Burns
2. Jack McCarthy beat Hal Ward
3. Silent Rattan beat Duke Ruppenthal
4. Marshall Blackstock beat Elmer Guthrie



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Promoters: Don Fox & Cyclone Fox (Fort Worth)

Tuesday, January 2, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Otis Headrick beat Pete Becker
2. Al Sparks beat Jack McCarthy
3. Jack League drew Vincent Lopez
4. Abe Kaplan beat Eddie Wirth
5. Billy Edwards beat Marshall Blackstock

Promoter: Bert Willoughby (Dallas)

Monday, January 8, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Al Sparks beat Don McIntyre (17:00)
2. Jack League drew Eddie Wirth (30:00)
3. Abe Kaplan drew Glen Wade (60:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Ed Helwig
i. Helwig > Edwards (20:00)
ii. Helwig was counted out
iii. Helwig was unable to continue

Tuesday, January 9, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Eddie Wirth beat Roy Reynolds
2. Abe Kaplan beat Jack McCarthy
3. Jack League drew Harry Caddell
4. Billy Edwards beat Al Sparks

Monday, January 15, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Roy Reynolds drew Jack Caddell (20:00)
2. Lee Meyers drew Eddie Elzea (20:00)
3. Jack League beat Pat McKee (14:00)
4. Glen Wade beat Bob Savage
i. Wade > Savage
ii. Wade > Savage
5. Ed Helwig beat Billy Edwards (referee: Jack League)
i. Helwig > Edwards (15:00)
ii. Edwards > Helwig (8:00)
iii. Edwards was counted out

Tuesday, January 16, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Side Coliseum
1. Nore Jerlstrom beat Johnny Marrs
2. Harry Caddell drew Ed Helwig
3. Al Sparks beat Bob Savage
4. Abe Kaplan beat Billy Edwards

Monday, January 22, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (6,000)
1. Nore Jerlstrom beat Johnny Marrs (21:50)
2. Cliff Thiede beat Jack Caddell (21:00)
3. Al Sparks beat Jack McCarthy (45:00)
i. Sparks > McCarthy (39:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Gus Sonnenberg beat Glen Wade
i. Wade > Sonnenberg (23:40)
ii. Sonnenberg > Wade (7:25)
iii. Sonnenberg > Wade (4:30)

Tuesday, January 23, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Harry Caddell drew Vincent Lopez
2. Ed Helwig beat Pat McKee
3. Al Sparks beat Don McIntyre
4. Gus Sonnenberg beat Abe Kaplan

Monday, January 29, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jack McCarthy beat Vincent Lopez (17:00)
2. Cliff Thiede beat Eddie Elzea (21:00)
3. Clarence Eklund beat Pat McKee (14:00)
4. Paul Jones drew Abe Kaplan (60:00)
i. Kaplan > Jones (29:00)
ii. Jones > Kaplan (19:00)
iii. The time limit expired
5. Ed Helwig beat Al Sparks
i. Sparks > Helwig (19:00)
ii. Helwig > Sparks (11:50)
iii. Helwig > Sparks (3:20)

Wednesday, January 31, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Vincent Lopez beat Sonny Kohaui
2. Clarence Eklund beat Eddie Wirth
3. Hans Schultz beat Harry Caddell
4. Paul Jones beat Al Sparks

Monday, February 5, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Nick Elitch drew Don McIntyre (20:00)
2. Sam Leathers beat Jack Caddell (16:00)
3. Clarence Eklund beat Pete Peterson (12:40)
4. Bill Thornton drew Glen Wade (45:00)
i. The time limit expired with no falls scored
5. Hans Schultz beat Ed Helwig
i. Helwig > Schultz (9:30)
ii. Schultz > Helwig (4:45)
iii. Helwig was unable to return

Tuesday, February 6, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Elmer Guthrie beat Pat McKee
2. Clarence Eklund beat Harry Caddell
3. Frank Wolff beat Nick Elitch
4. World Light Heavyweight Champion Hugh Nichols beat Jimmy Lott

Friday, February 9, 1934
Dallas, TX – Gardner Park Ice Palace (4,000) (promoter: Larry Meinert)
1. LeRoy McGuirk beat Teddy Waters (13:00)
2. Elmer Guthrie drew Bob Montgomery (30:00)
3. Frank Wolff drew Jimmy Lott (30:00)
4. Jimmy Logas beat Hugh Nichols
i. Nichols > Logas (18:00)
ii. Logas > Nichols (8:00)
iii. Logas > Nichols (11:00)

Monday, February 12, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. Sam Leathers beat Pat Flanagan (11:40)
2. Al Sparks drew Hans Schultz (30:00)
3. Ed Helwig beat Eddie Wirth (23:00)
4. Abe Kaplan beat Bill Thornton
i. Kaplan > Thornton (24:10)
ii. Kaplan > Thornton (3:45)

Tuesday, February 13, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Nick Elitch beat Lee Meyers
2. Elmer Guthrie drew Albion Britt
3. Paul Orth beat Jimmy Lott
4. Frank Wolff beat Bob Montgomery

Friday, February 16, 1934
Dallas, TX – Gardner Park Ice Palace (3,000)
1. Billy Rush beat Tuffy Cleet (11:00)
2. Paul Orth drew Albion Britt (20:00)
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Frank Wolff via dq (29:00)
4. Jimmy Logas beat Jimmy Lott
i. Logas > Lott (24:00)
ii. Logas > Lott (6:00)

Monday, February 19, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cliff Thiede beat Nick Elitch (15:00)
2. Sam Leathers beat Eddie Wirth (10:15)
3. Juan Humberto beat Al Sparks (27:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Hans Schultz
i. Schultz > Edwards (14:00)
ii. Edwards > Schultz (9:15)
iii. Edwards > Schultz (2:15)

Thursday, February 22, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Albion Britt beat Lefty Williams
2. Handicap match: Masked Marvel beat Jack Brown & Ed Goodwin
3. Clarence Eklund beat Bob Montgomery
4. Paul Orth beat Doug Marcelle

Friday, February 23, 1934
Dallas, TX – Gardner Park Ice Palace (3,000)
1. Albion Britt beat Jack Brown (12:00)
2. Tuffy Cleet beat Doug Marcelle (15:00)
3. LeRoy McGuirk beat Bob Montgomery (15:00)
4. Jimmy Logas beat Frank Wolff
i. Wolff > Logas (13:00)
ii. Logas > Wolff (5:00)
iii. Logas > Wolff (6:00)

Monday, February 26, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Eddie Elzea drew Lee Meyers (30:00)
2. Bill Thornton drew Paul Harper (30:00)
3. Glen Wade beat Nore Jerlstrom (23:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Ed Helwig (referee: Jack League)
i. Helwig > Edwards (12:00)
ii. Edwards > Helwig (5:00)
iii. Edwards > Helwig (6:00)

Thursday, March 1, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Doug Marcelle drew Albion Britt (sub. Lefty Williams)
2. Cliff Maupin beat Link Decker (sub. LeRoy McGuirk)
3. George Sauer drew Frank Wolff (45:00)
4. Masked Marvel beat Paul Orth

Friday, March 2, 1934
Dallas, TX – Gardner Park Ice Palace
1. Cliff Maupin drew John LaRue (20:00)
2. Albion Britt beat Link Decker (8:00)
3. Elmer Guthrie beat Paul Orth (8:00)
4. LeRoy McGuirk beat George Sauer
i. Sauer > McGuirk (26:000
ii. McGuirk > Sauer (8:00)
iii. McGuirk > Sauer (3:00)

Monday, March 5, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Pete Becker drew Stanley West (20:00)
2. Jack Zarnas beat Bob Blair (3:00)
3. Paul Harper beat Hal Ward (9:40)
4. Juan Humberto beat Hans Schultz (18:15)
5. Billy Edwards beat Glen Wade (referee: Jack League)
i. Wade > Edwards (34:00)
ii. Wade was counted out (19:00)
iii. Wade was unable to return

Thursday, March 8, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Cowboy Frank McCarroll beat Johnny Marrs
2. Pat O’Brien drew Frank Wolff
3. George Sauer beat Steve Strelich
4. Hugh Nichols beat Masked Marvel (unmasked as Tuffy Cleet)

Monday, March 12, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Jack League beat Hal Ward (15:10)
2. Jack Zarnas beat Eddie Wirth (16:35)
3. Paul Harper beat Al Sparks (18:25)
4. Sam Leathers drew Bill Thornton (30:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Jim Heslin
i. Edwards > Heslin (21:40)
ii. Heslin > Edwards (6:33)
iii. Edwards > Heslin (8:00)

Thursday, March 15, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Elmer Guthrie drew Rex Mobley
2. Joe Kopecky drew Pat O’Brien
3. Duke Ruppenthal beat Jack Domar via dq
4. George Sauer beat Steve Strelich
i. Sauer > Strelich
ii. Sauer > Strelich

Monday, March 19, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. George Koverly beat Pat Flanagan
2. Sam Leathers beat Jack League
3. Bill Thornton drew Paul Harper (30:00)
4. Eddie Edwards beat Glen Wade (referee: Jack League)
i. Edwards > Wade (10:00)
ii. Wade > Edwards (5:00)
iii. Edwards > Wade (14:00)

Thursday, March 22, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Jack Zarnas beat Harry Caddell
2. Nick Elitch drew Jack League
3. George Koverly drew Bill Thornton
4. Juan Humberto beat Jim Heslin

Monday, March 26, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (6,000)
1. Cliff Thiede drew Jack Caddell (30:00)
2. George Koverly beat Lee Meyers (18:00)
3. Jim Heslin drew Bill Thornton in three 10-minute rounds
i. The time limit expired
ii. The time limit expired
iii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat Billy Edwards
i. Humberto > Edwards (22:00)
ii. Edwards > Humberto (9:00)
iii. Humberto > Edwards (8:00)

Thursday, March 29, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Paul Harper beat Jack League
2. Sam Leathers beat Paul Murdoch
3. Bill Thornton beat Nick Elitch
4. Jim Heslin beat Billy Edwards via dq

Monday, April 2, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Nick Elitch beat Eddie Elzea (11:00)
2. George Koverly beat Frenchy LaRue (15:45)
3. Glen Wade drew Paul Harper (30:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Bill Thornton
i. Thornton > Humberto (27:00)
ii. Humberto > Thornton (5:00)
iii. Humberto > Thornton (8:00)

Thursday, April 5, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Bobby Davidson drew Pat McKee
2. Sam Leathers drew Paul Harper
3. Juan Humberto beat Frenchy LaRue
4. Jim Heslin beat Bill Thornton

Monday, April 9, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Cliff Thiede drew Earl Smith (15:00)
2. George Koverly beat Jack O’Brien (11:00)
3. Big Bad Wolf beat Vincent Lopez (6:10)
4. Sam Leathers beat Bill Thornton
i. Leathers > Thornton (22:15)
ii. Leathers > Thornton (1:10)
5. Glen Wade beat Whitey Hewitt
i. Wade > Hewitt
ii. Hewitt was unable to return

Thursday, April 12, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. George Koverly drew Nick Elitch
2. Glen Wade beat Jack Lewis
3. Sam Leathers beat Joe Muhl
4. Big Bad Wolf beat Bill Thornton

Monday, April 16, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Joe DeVito beat Jim Heslin (14:00)
2. Big Bad Wolf beat Murrell Hogue (2:00)
3. Paul Harper drew Whitey Hewitt (30:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Sam Leathers (referee: Jack Dempsey)
i. Humberto > Leathers (28:00)
ii. Leathers > Humberto (12:00)
iii. Humberto > Leathers (14:00)

Thursday, April 19, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Joe DeVito beat Bill Sledge
2. Whitey Hewitt beat Nick Elitch
3. Glen Wade beat Jim Heslin
4. Big Bad Wolf beat Sam Leathers

Monday, April 23, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Nick Elitch beat Joe DeVito (14:00)
2. Sam Leathers drew Glen Wade (30:00)
3. Big Bad Wolf beat George Koverly (13:00)
4. Whitey Hewitt beat Paul Harper
i. Hewitt > Harper (28:00)
ii. Harper > Hewitt (11:00)
iii. Harper was counted out

Thursday, April 26, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Lee Meyers drew Nick Elitch
2. Glen Wade beat Joe Muhl
3. Sam Leathers drew Juan Humberto (45:00)
4. Big Bad Wolf beat Whitey Hewitt

Monday, April 30, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Speedy Lawrence beat Tuffy Watson (12:00)
2. Frank Schroll beat Frankie Hill (19:00)
3. Big Bad Wolf beat Joe Mullens (22:00)
4. Chief Chewchki beat George Koverly (15:00)
5. Rudy LaDitzi drew Juan Humberto (30:00)
6. Dick Shikat beat Whitey Hewitt
i. Shikat > Hewitt (23:00)
ii. Shikat > Hewitt (6:50)

Thursday, May 3, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frank Schroll beat Vincent Lopez
2. Juan Humberto drew Al Sparks
3. Rudy LaDitzi drew Glen Wade
4. Dick Shikat beat Sam Leathers

Monday, May 7, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Frank Schroll beat Jack O’Brien (14:00)
2. Speedy Lawrence drew Lee Meyers (30:00)
3. Rudy LaDitzi beat Cliff Thiede (19:00)
4. Sam Leathers drew Glen Wade (30:00)
5. Chief Chewchki beat Big Bad Wolf
i. –
ii. –
iii. Chewchki > Wolf

Thursday, May 10, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frenchy LaRue drew Nick Elitch
2. Buck Olsen beat Glen Wade
3. Al Sparks beat Chief Chewchki via dq
4. Sam Leathers beat Rudy LaDitzi via dq

Monday, May 14, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Nick Elitch drew George Kogut (30:00)
2. Al Sparks beat Nore Jerlstom (20:00)
3. Big Bad Wolf beat Sam Leathers (18:00)
4. Glen Wade beat Chief Chewchki
i. Chewchki > Wade (13:00)
ii. Wade > Chewchki (7:00)
iii. Chewchki was disqualified

Thursday, May 17, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frank Schroll beat Vincent Lopez
2. Big Bad Wolf beat Joe Muhl
3. Ellis Bashara beat Sonny Kohaui
4. Sam Leathers beat Juan Humberto

Monday, May 21, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (5,500)
1. Ellis Bashara beat Vincent Lopez (15:00)
2. Matros Kirilenko drew Al Sparks (30:00)
3. Sol Slagel beat Whitey Hewitt (24:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Chief Chewchki
i. Humberto > Chewchki (20:00)
ii. Chewchki > Humberto (2:00)
iii. Humberto > Chewchki (11:30)

Thursday, May 24, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Ellis Bashara beat Vincent Lopez
2. Glen Wade drew Matros Kirilenko
3. Sol Slagel beat Chief Chewchki
4. Juan Humberto beat Sam Leathers

Monday, May 28, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Sam Leathers drew Al Sparks (30:00)
2. Matros Kirilenko beat George Kogut (18:00)
3. Glen Wade beat Jules Strongbow (15:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Big Bad Wolf (unmasked as Jack O’Dell)
i. Wolf > Humberto (27:00)
ii. Humberto > Wolf (8:00)
iii. Wolf was unable to return

Thursday, May 31, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frank Schroll drew Lee Meyers
2. Glen Wade beat Nore Jerlstrom
3. Juan Humberto drew George Kogut (30:00)
4. Sol Slagel beat Matros Kirilenko

Monday, June 4, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Sailor Barto beat Jack O’Brien (1:00)
2. Frank Schroll drew Frenchy LaRue (30:00)
3. Jules Strongbow beat Buck Olsen
4. Matros Kirilenko beat Al Sparks (12:00)
5. Glen Wade beat Sol Slagel
i. Wade > Slagel
ii. Slagel > Wade
iii. Wade > Slagel

Thursday, June 7, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Lee Meyers beat Stanley West
2. Al Sparks beat Frank Schroll
3. Matros Kirilenko beat Sailor Barto (sub. Whitey Hewitt)
4. Sol Slagel beat George Kogut
i. –
ii. –
iii. Slagel > Kogut

Monday, June 11, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Frank Schroll drew Stanley West (30:00)
2. Johnny Plummer drew Al Sparks (30:00)
3. Glen Wade beat Jack Lewis (17:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Jack O’Dell
i. Humberto > O’Dell (7:00)
ii. O’Dell > Humberto (15:00)
iii. Humberto > O’Dell (9:00)

Thursday, June 14, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Lee Meyers beat Ellis Bashara
2. Frank Schroll beat George Kogut
3. Tiny Roebuck beat Matros Kirilenko
4. Sol Slagel beat Juan Humberto

Monday, June 18, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Johnny Plummer beat Nore Jerlstrom (10:00)
2. Bert Kahn beat Buddy Edwards (10:00)
3. Juan Humberto drew Tiny Roebuck (30:00)
4. Ed “Strangler” Lewis beat Billy Edwards
i. Lewis > Edwards (18:00)
ii. Lewis > Edwards (21:00)

Thursday, June 21, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Jack League beat Frank Schroll
2. Tiny Roebuck beat Johnny Plummer
3. Juan Humberto beat George Kogut
4. Ed “Strangler” Lewis beat Sol Slagel
i. Lewis > Slagel
ii. Lewis > Slagel

Monday, June 25, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Nore Jerlstrom beat Buck Olsen (11:00)
2. George Kogut drew Walter Sirois (30:00)
3. Man Mountain Dean beat Jules Strongbow (2:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Chief Chewchki
i. Chewchki > Edwards (15:00)
ii. Edwards > Chewchki (4:00)
iii. Edwards > Chewchki (2:00)

Thursday, June 28, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Otis Headrick beat Jimmy Scollon (sub. Buddy Edwards)
2. Man Mountain Dean beat Jack O’Dell
3. Jules Strongbow drew Chief Chewchki
4. Ed “Strangler” Lewis beat Tiny Roebuck
i. Lewis > Roebuck (51:00)
ii. Lewis > Roebuck (3:00)

Monday, July 2, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Pat Reilly vs. Jack League
2. Jack O’Dell vs. Al Sparks
3. Chief Chewchki drew Juan Humberto (30:00)
4. Ed “Strangler” Lewis vs. Man Mountain Dean

Thursday, July 5, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Pat McKee beat Casey Jones
2. Pat Reilly drew Walter Sirois
3. Chief Chewchki drew Jules Strongbow
4. Tiny Roebuck beat Man Mountain Dean
i. Roebuck > Dean
ii. Roebuck > Dean

Monday, July 9, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Marvin Westenberg vs. Pat Reilly
2. Arthur Von Saxon vs. Al Sparks
3. Glen Wade vs. Jack O’Dell
4. Juan Humberto vs. Chief Chewchki

Thursday, July 12, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Nick Elitch drew George Kogut (30:00)
2. Glen Wade beat Al Sparks
3. Walter Sirois drew Pat Reilly
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Tiny Roebuck beat Chief Chewchki
i. Roebuck > Chewchki
ii. Chewchki > Roebuck
iii. Roebuck > Chewchki

Monday, July 16, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Walter Sirois vs. Nick Elitch
2. Jack O’Dell vs. George Harben
3. Pat Reilly vs. Arthur Von Saxon
4. Glen Wade beat Juan Humberto via dq to win the vacant Southern Heavyweight Title

Thursday, July 19, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Arthur Von Saxon drew George Harben
2. Pat Reilly beat George Kogut
3. Tiny Roebuck beat Jack Spurgeon (7:00)
4. Juan Humberto beat Scotty Dawkins
i. Humberto > Dawkins
ii. Dawkins > Humberto
iii. Dawkins was counted out

Monday, July 23, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Arthur Von Saxon vs. Frenchy LaRue
2. Marvin Westenberg vs. George Harben
3. Pat Reilly vs. Scotty Dawkins
4. Juan Humberto beat Glen Wade to win the Southern Heavyweight Title

Thursday, July 26, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Lee Meyers drew Everett Kibbons
2. Scotty Dawkins beat George Kogut
3. George Harben beat Bud Parham
4. Juan Humberto beat Billy Edwards via dq

Monday, July 30, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
NOTE: There was almost certainly a card on this date, but no details are known. During this time, the coverage of wrestling in the Dallas Morning News was greatly reduced, sometimes to only a single advert in Friday’s edition. There was no reference at all to a card on this date.

Thursday, August 2, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. George Kogut beat Billy Burns
2. George Harben drew Scotty Dawkins
3. Jagat Singh beat Frenchy LaRue
4. Billy Edwards beat Chief Chewchki
i. –
ii. –
iii. Chewchki was counted out

Monday, August 6, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Billy Burns vs. Walter Sirois
2. Nick Elitch vs. Scotty Dawkins
3. Jagat Singh vs. George Kogut
4. Dick Raines vs. Sol Slagel
5. Everett Marshall vs. Chief Chewchki

Thursday, August 9, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Dick Raines beat Jack O’Brien
2. George Harben beat Walter Sirois
3. Scotty Dawkins drew Pat Reilly
4. Billy Edwards beat Sol Slagel
i. –
ii. –
iii. Edwards > Slagel

Monday, August 13, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Bill Sledge vs. Sailor Barto
2. George Harben vs. Walter Sirois
3. Sol SLagel vs. Dick Raines
4. Pat Reilly vs. Billy Edwards

Thursday, August 16, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Walter Sirois beat George Kogut
2. Scotty Dawkins beat Bob Wagner
3. Sol Slagel drew Bruce Noland
4. Billy Edwards beat George Harben
i. Harben > Edwards
ii. Edwards > Harben
iii. Harben was unable to return

Monday, August 20, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Henry Burke vs. Billy Venable
2. George Harben vs. Bruce Noland
3. Dick Raines vs. Scotty Dawkins
4. Billy Edwards vs. Juan Humberto

Thursday, August 23, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frenchy LaRue beat Jack O’Brien
2. Bruce Noland drew Walter Sirois
3. Marvin Westenberg beat Scotty Dawkins
4. George Harben beat Billy Edwards
i. –
ii. –
iii. Harben > Edwards

Monday, August 27, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park (cancelled due to bad weather)

Thursday, August 30, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Lee Meyers drew Bruce Noland
2. Frenchy LaRue beat Walter Sirois
3. Paul Jones beat Marvin Westenberg
4. Juan Humberto beat George Harben
i. –
ii. –
iii. Humberto > Harben

Monday, September 3, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Paul Jones vs. Sol Slagel
2. Billy Edwards vs. Dick Raines

Thursday, September 6, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frenchy LaRue beat Jack Spurgeon
2. Al Sparks beat Walter Sirois
3. Abe Coleman drew Paul Jones
4. Billy Edwards beat George Harben

Monday, September 10, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Henry Burke vs. Otis Headrick
2. Jack League vs. Bob Blair
3. Al Sparks vs. Marvin Westenberg
4. Paul Jones vs. George Harben
5. Sol Slagel vs. Billy Edwards

Thursday, September 13, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Frenchy LaRue vs. Jack League
2. George Harben vs. Al Sparks
3. Marvin Westenberg vs. Scotty Dawkins
4. Wladek Zbyszko vs. Paul Jones

Monday, September 17, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. George Kogut vs. Jack Spurgeon
2. Bill Sledge vs. Walter Sirois
3. Lou Plummer vs. Charlie Strack
4. Paul Jones vs. Bob Wagner
5. Juan Humberto vs. Marvin Westenberg

Thursday, September 20, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Bruce Noland beat Sailor Barto
2. Charlie Strack beat Scotty Dawkins
3. Lou Plummer vs. George Harben was stopped due to rain
4. Paul Jones beat Marvin Westenberg
i. Jones > Westenberg
ii. Jones > Westenberg

Monday, September 24, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. George Harben vs. Walter Sirois
2. Charlie Strack vs. George Kogut
3. Marvin Westenberg vs. Sol Slagel
4. Lou Plummer vs. Juan Humberto

Thursday, September 27, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Scotty Dawkins beat Bill Sledge
2. Walter Sirois beat Harry Caddell
3. Lou Plummer beat George Harben
4. Paul Jones beat Charlie Strack
i. –
ii. –
iii. Strack was counted out

Monday, October 1, 1934
Dallas, TX – Open Air Arena at Fair Park
1. Paul Jones beat Bruce Noland (10:00)
2. Sol Slagel beat George Harben (21:00)
3. Lou Plummer beat Al Sparks (45:00)
i. Plummer > Sparks (35:00)
ii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat Marvin Westenberg
i. Westenberg > Humberto (14:00)
ii. Humberto > Westenberg (23:00)
iii. Humberto > Westenberg (5:00)

Thursday, October 4, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. Bob Blair beat Lee Meyers via dq
2. Sol Slagel beat Jack Spurgeon
3. Lou Plummer beat Marvin Westenberg via dq
4. Paul Jones drew Juan Humberto (120:00)
i. Humberto > Jones
ii. Jones > Humberto
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, October 11, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. George Harben beat Bob Blair
2. Lou Plummer beat Scotty Dawkins
3. Juan Humberto drew Pete Schuh (45:00)
4. Paul Jones beat Ricardo Santo
i. Jones > Santos
ii. Jones > Santos

Thursday, October 18, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – Fox & Fox Open Air Arena
1. George Harben vs. Dick Raines
2. Marvin Westenberg vs. Ricardo Santo
3. Pete Schuh vs. Chief Chewchki
4. Lou Plummer vs. Juan Humberto

Thursday, October 25, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Ed Helwig beat Harry Caddell
2. Marvin Westenberg beat Frank Graham
3. Juan Humberto drew Dick Raines
4. Paul Jones beat Lou Plummer
i. Plummer > Jones
ii. Jones > Plummer
iii. Jones > Plummer

Monday, October 29, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Auditorium
1. Ed Helwig beat Pat McGuire (9:00)
2. Charlie Strack drew Lou Plummer (30:00)
3. Pat Reilly beat Tex Wright (19:00)
4. Juan Humberto drew Paul Jones (120:00)
i. Jones > Humberto (78:00)
ii. Humberto > Jones (33:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, November 1, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Marvin Westenberg vs. Pat Reilly
2. Charlie Strack vs. Buck Weaver
3. Billy Edwards vs. Ed Helwig
4. Dick Raines vs. Paul Jones

Monday, November 5, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (5,500)
1. Eddie Wirth beat Scotty Dawkins via dq
2. Dick Raines beat Pete Schuh
3. Billy Edwards drew Marvin Westenberg (60:00)
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired
4. Juan Humberto beat Pat Reilly
i. Humberto > Reilly (37:00)
ii. Reilly was unable to return

Thursday, November 8, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Marvin Westenberg beat Al Sparks
2. Ed Helwig beat Pat Reilly
3. Pete Schuh beat Billy Edwards
4. World Heavyweight Champion Jim Londos beat Paul Jones
i. Londos > Jones (33:00)
ii. Londos > Jones (1:00)

Monday, November 12, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (6,000)
1. Sol Slagel drew Charlie Strack (30:00)
2. Pat Reilly beat Marvin Westenberg via dq
3. Billy Edwards beat Tex Wright (15:00)
4. World Heavyweight Champion Jim Londos beat Juan Humberto
i. Londos > Humberto (17:00)
ii. Londos > Humberto (33:00)

Thursday, November 15, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Scotty Dawkins drew Ed Helwig
2. Dave Johnson beat Pat Reilly
3. Sol Slagel beat Bobby Stewart
4. Billy Edwards beat Lou Plummer

Monday, November 19, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Ed Helwig beat Scotty Dawkins (19:00)
2. Charlie Strack beat Bruce Noland (20:00)
3. Lou Plummer drew Bobby Stewart (30:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Pat Reilly
i. Reilly > Edwards (14:00)
ii. Edwards > Reilly (40:00)
iii. Reilly was unable to return

Thursday, November 22, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Ed Helwig beat Harry Caddell
2. Sol Slagel beat Bobby Stewart via dq
3. Juan Humberto drew Charlie Strack
4. Billy Edwards beat Lou Plummer

Monday, November 26, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Scotty Dawkins drew Bruce Noland (30:00)
2. Ed Helwig beat Pete Schuh (14:00)
3. Sol Slagel beat Charlie Strack (17:00)
4. Bobby Stewart beat Billy Edwards
i. Stewart > Edwards (17:00)
ii. Edwards > Stewart (9:00)
iii. Stewart > Edwards (11:00)

Thursday, November 29, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Charlie Strack beat Scotty Dawkins
2. Sol Slagel drew Lou Plummer
3. Billy Edwards beat Pete Schuh
4. Bobby Stewart beat Juan Humberto

Monday, December 3, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Bobby Stewart beat Buck Weaver (17:00)
2. Ed Helwig beat Pat McGuire (4:00)
3. Juan Humberto beat Lou Plummer
i. Humberto > Plummer (20:00)
ii. Humberto > Plummer (3:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Rollend Kirchmeyer
i. Kirchmeyer > Edwards (18:00)
ii. Edwards > Kirchmeyer (14:00)
iii. Kichmeyer was unable to return

Thursday, December 6, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. LaVerne Baxter beat Floyd Jones
2. Buck Weaver beat Dave Johnson
3. Billy Edwards drew Charlie Strack
4. Rollend Kirchmeyer beat Bobby Stewart via dq

Monday, December 10, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Roy Graham drew Sailor Barto (15:00)
2. Jack O’Dell beat Jack Nesbitt (sub. Joe Greenberg) (11:00)
3. Charlie Strack beat Buck Weaver (17:00)
4. Rollend Kirchmeyer beat LaVerne Baxter (15:00)
5. Billy Edwards beat Juan Humberto to win the Southern Heavyweight Title
i. Humberto > Edwards (30:00)
ii. Edwards > Humberto (40:00)
iii. Humberto was counted out (3:00)

Thursday, December 13, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Harry Caddell beat Bob Blair
2. Charlie Strack beat Ed Helwig
3. Rollend Kirchmeyer beat Joe Greenberg
4. Juan Humberto beat Bobby Stewart

Monday, December 17, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena (4,000)
1. Roy Graham beat Scotty Dawkins (4:00)
2. Ed Helwig beat Pat Reilly (0:10)
3. Charlie Strack drew Marvin Westenberg (30:00)
4. Rollend Kirchmeyer beat Bobby Stewart via dq (14:00)
5. Billy Edwards drew Juan Humberto
i. Edwards > Humberto (60:45)
ii. Humberto > Edwards (38:00)
iii. The match ended at the midnight curfew

Thursday, December 20, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Ed Helwig drew Jack League
2. Pat Reilly beat Joe Greenberg
3. Charlie Strack beat Bobby Stewart via dq
4. Juan Humberto drew Rollend Kirchmeyer
i. –
ii. –
iii. The time limit expired

Thursday, December 27, 1934
Fort Worth, TX – North Main Auditorium
1. Pat Riley beat Jack League
2. Marvin Westenberg drew Ed Helwig
3. Rollend Kirchmeyer beat LaVerne Baxter
4. Juan Humberto beat Charlie Strack
i. –
ii. –
iii. Strack was disqualified

Friday, December 28, 1934
Dallas, TX – Fair Park Livestock Arena
1. Charlie Strack drew Pat Reilly (30:00)
2. Ed Helwig beat Bob Wagner (14:30)
3. Juan Humberto drew Jack O’Dell (30:00)
4. Billy Edwards beat Rollend Kirchmeyer
i. Kirchmeyer > Edwards (19:00)
ii. Edwards > Kirchmeyer (3:20)
iii. Edwards > Kirchmeyer (15:00)



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