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Tuesday, April 2, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Billy Nichols vs. George Curtis
2) Lefty Schaffer vs. Pete Bartu
3) Jack Carter vs. Gus Edd

Wednesday, April 3, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Billy Nichols defeated Lobo Brown
2) Dean Detton (sub. Pete Bartu) defeated Jack Carter by winning the first fall of a scheduled three (45:00)
3) Gus Edd defeated George Curtis in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Thursday, April 4, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Billy Nichols defeated Lobo Brown
2) Jack Carter defeated Olan Boynton in two straight falls
3) Gus Edd defeated George Curtis in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Friday, April 5, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Billy Nichols (sub. Olan Boynton) defeated Lobo Brown
2) George Curtis defeated Dory Detton in three falls
3) Jack Carter fought Gus Edd to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Saturday, April 6, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Lobo Brown vs. Rex O’Sullivan
2) Jack Carter vs. Dory Detton
3) Gus Edd defeated George Curtis in three falls

Tuesday, April 9, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Tuffy McMullen defeated Lobo Brown
2) George Curtis defeated Billy Nichols in three falls
3) Gus Edd defeated Olan Boynton in three falls

Wednesday, April 10, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Billy Nichols defeated Rex O’Sullivan (sub. Dory Detton)
2) George Curtis defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Dean Detton defeated Gus Edd in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Thursday, April 11, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Billy Nichols defeated Tuffy McMullen
2) George Curtis defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Dean Detton defeated Gus Edd in two straight falls

Friday, April 12, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Billy Nichols fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw (20:00)
2) Gus Edd defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Dean Detton defeated Jack Carter in three falls

Monday, April 15, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Billy Nichols fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw
2) George Curtis defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Dean Detton defeated Gus Edd in three falls

Tuesday, April 16, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Tuffy McMullen fought Jackie Nichols to a draw (20:00)
2) Gus Edd defeated George Curtis
3) Walter Stratton defeated Jack Carter in two straight falls

Wednesday, April 17, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Billy Nichols fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw (30:00)
2) Walter Stratton defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Gus Edd defeated Jack Carter in three falls (referee: Dean Detton)

Thursday, April 18, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Billy Nichols fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw (30:00)
2) George Curtis defeated Gus Edd in three falls
3) Walter Stratton defeated Jack Carter in three falls

Friday, April 19, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Billy Nichols vs. George Curtis
2) Walter Stratton vs. Jack Carter
3) Gus Edd defeated Dory Detton (sub. Dean Detton) in three falls

Monday, April 22, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Billy Nichols vs. George Curtis
2) Gus Edd defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls
3) Milt Olsen fought Walter Stratton to a draw in three falls

Tuesday, April 23, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) George Curtis defeated Tuffy McMullen
2) Milt Olsen defeated Gorilla Poggi via DQ in three falls (referee: Cliff Landers)
3) Walter Stratton defeated Gus Edd in three falls

Wednesday, April 24, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) George Curtis defeated Jackie Nichols
2) Walter Statton defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated Gus Edd in two straight falls

Thursday, April 25, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Gorilla Poggi defeated Billy Nichols
2) Walter Stratton defeated Gus Edd in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated George Curtis in three falls

Friday, April 26, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Gorilla Poggi fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw
2) Milt Olsen fought Billy Nichols to a draw when Nichols was unable to return for the third fall and Olsen refused to accept the victory (referee: Ben O’Sullivan)
3) Walter Stratton defeated Gus Edd in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Monday, April 29, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Gorilla Poggi defeated Young Sandow
2) Milt Olsen defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Walter Stratton defeated Gus Edd in three falls

Tuesday, April 30, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Young Sandow vs. Tuffy McMullen
2) Gorilla Poggi fought George Curtis to a draw in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Wednesday, May 1, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Young Sandow defeated Tuffy McMullen
2) Gorilla Poggi defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated Walter Stratton when Stratton was unable to return for the third fall

Thursday, May 2, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Young Sandow defeated Tuffy McMullen
2) Walter Stratton defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated Gorilla Poggi via CO in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Friday, May 3, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Young Sandow fought Olan Boynton (sub. Tuffy McMullen) to a draw (20:00)
2) Gorilla Poggi defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Monday, May 6, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Tuffy McMullen vs. Young Sandow
2) George Curtis vs. Walter Stratton
3) Milt Olsen vs. Gorilla Poggi

Tuesday, May 7, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX - 700
1) Young Sandow fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw (20:00)
2) Milt Olsen defeated George Curtis in two sraight falls
3) Walter Stratton defeated Gorilla Poggi in two straight falls

Wednesday, May 8, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Walter Statton vs. Young Sandow
2) Leon Kirilenko vs. George Curtis
3) Milt Olsen defeated Gorilla Poggi via DQ in three falls
Leon Kirilenko probably did not appear on this card, since the report for the next week’s card mentions that as his debut.

Thursday, May 9, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Olan Boynton fought Young Sandow to a draw (20:00)
2) Gorilla Poggi defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Texas Junior Heavyweight Champion Milt Olsen defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Friday, May 10, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Tex Cates fought Lobo Brown (sub. Young Sandow) to a draw (20:00)
2) Walter Stratton defeated George Curtis in three falls
3) Milt Olsen defeated Gorilla Poggi via DQ in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Tuesday, May 14, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Leon Kirilenko defeated Young Sandow
2) Tex Hager defeated Gorilla Poggi in two straight falls
3) Jack Carter defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Monday, May 13, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Harold Chaundy defeated unknown (sub. Sammy Kohen vs. Young Sandow)
2) Leon Kirilenko fought Tex Hager to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Jack Carter (sub. Gorilla Poggi) defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Wednesday, May 15, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Gorilla Poggi defeated Lobo Brown (sub. Young Sandow)
2) Tex Hager defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Leon Kirilenko defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Thursday, May 16, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Leon Kirilenko defeated Lobo Brown (9:00)
2) Tex Hager defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Gorilla Poggi defeated Walter Stratton in three falls

Friday, May 17, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Gorilla Poggi defeated Olan Boynton (sub. Young Sandow)
2) Leon Kirilenko defeated Walter Stratton in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Jack Carter in three falls

Monday, May 20, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Jack Carter vs. John Sepeda
2) Gorilla Poggi defeated Harold Chaundy
3) Tex Hager defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls (referee: Dory Detton)

Tuesday, May 21, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Gorilla Poggi fought Tuffy McMullen (sub. Young Sandow) to a draw
2) Tex Hager defeated John Sepedo in three falls
3) Jack Carter defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls

Wednesday, May 22, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) John Sepedo defeated Young Sandow via forfeit (Sandow did not appear)
2) Jack Carter defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls
3) Leon Kirikenko defeated Tex Hager in three falls

Thursday, May 23, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) John Sepeda defeated Olan Boynton (17:00)
2) Leon Kirilenko defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls (referee: Dutch Jones)

Friday, May 24, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Dory Detton fought Gorilla Poggi to a draw (20:00)
2) John Sepeda defeated Tex Hager in three falls
3) Leon Kirilenko & John Sepeda defeated Tex Hager & Jack Carter in three falls

Monday, May 27, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Tuffy McMullen (sub. Dory Detton) defeated Harold Chaundy (15:00)
2) Jack Carter fought Gus Edd to a draw in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls

Tuesday, May 28, 1946 – Wright’s Playhouse – Waco, TX
1) Tex Hager defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls
2) Dory Detton fought Gus Edd to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Johnny Becker defeated John Sepeda in three falls

Wednesday, May 29, 1946 – Slaton Highway Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Andy Tremaine defeated Lobo Brown
2) John Sepeda defeated Young Sandow in three falls
3) Leon Kirilenko defeated Mike McGee in three falls

Wednesday, May 29, 1946 – Sportatorium – Wichita Falls, TX
1) Tex Hager and Gus Edd won a 5-man Battle Royal (other participants: Jack Carter, Gorilla Poggi, Dory Detton)
2) Jack Carter defeated Gorilla Poggi in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Gus Edd in three falls

Thursday, May 30, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Mike McGee defeated Young Sandow (17:00)
2) Andy Tremaine fought John Sepeda to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Leon Kirilenko defeated Tex Hager in three falls (referee: Buck Jones)

Friday, May 31, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Tuffy McMullen defeated Bobby Royal (sub. Pancho Mortina)
2) Young Sandow (sub. Harold Chaundy) defeated Gus Edd via DQ in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Jack Carter in three falls

Friday, May 31, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Dory Detton fought Don Carver to a draw (20:00) (sub. Olan Boynton vs. Young Sandow)
2) Mike McGee defeated Andy Tremaine in three falls
3) John Sepeda defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls

Tuesday, June 4, 1946 – Wright’s Playhouse – Waco, TX
1) Don Carver defeated Tuffy McMullen (17:00)
2) Gus Edd fought Ken Mayne to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Johnny Becker defeated Tex Hager in three falls

Wednesday, June 5, 1946 – Webster Park – Lubbock, TX
1) Mike McGee defeated Young Sandow
2) Andy Tremaine fought Walter Stratton to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) John Sepeda defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls

Wednesday, June 5, 1946 – Sportatorium – Wichita Falls, TX
1) Harold Chaundry fought Jack Carter to a draw (20:00)
2) Don Carver defeated Gus Edd in three falls (referee: Toughie McMullen)
3) Ken Mayne defeated Tex Hager in three falls

Thursday, June 6, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Mike McGee defeated Young Sandow (17:00)
2) John Sepeda fought Walter Stratton to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Andy Tremaine defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Thursday, June 6, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Don Carver fought Ken Mayne to a draw (20:00)
2) Jack Carter defeated Harold Chaundy in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Gus Edd via DQ in two straight falls

Friday, June 7, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Gus Edd and Ken Mayne won a 5-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: Tex Hager, Jack Carter, Don Carver)
2) Don Carver defeated Jack Carter in two straight falls
3) Ken Mayne defeated Gus Edd in two straight falls to win the Battle Royal

Friday, June 7, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Walter Stratton and Leon Kirilenko won a 6-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: John Sepeda, Mike McGee, Young Sandow, Andy Tremaine) (referee: Olan Boynton)
2) Andy Tremaine defeated Young Sandow in two straight falls (referee: John Edinfield)
3) Walter Stratton defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls to win the Battle Royal (referee: Olan Boynton)

Tuesday, June 11, 1946 – Wright’s Playhouse – Waco, TX
1) Young Sandow fought Tuffy McMullen to a draw (20:00)
2) Don Carver fought Ken Mayne to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Gus Edd defeated Johnny Becker in two straight falls

Wednesday, June 12, 1946 – Webster Park – Lubbock, TX
1) Walter Stratton and John Sepeda won a Battle Royal (other participants: Andy Tremaine, Mike McGee, Tex Hager, Leon Kirilenko)
2) Andy Tremaine fought Mike McGee to a draw (20:00)
3) Tex Hager defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls
4) Walter Stratton defeated John Sepeda in three falls to win the Battle Royal

Wednesday, June 12, 1946 – Sportatorium – Wichita Falls, TX
1) Harold Chaundry vs. Young Sandow
2) Don Carver vs. Jack Carter
3) Ken Mayne defeated Gus Edd

Thursday, June 13, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) John Sepeda fought Mike McGee to a draw (20:00)
2) Andy Tremaine defeated Walter Stratton in three falls
3) Tex Hager defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls

Thursday, June 13, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Gus Edd and Young Sandow won a 5-man Battle Royal (other participates: Ken Mayne, Jack Carter, Don Carver)
2) Ken Mayne defeated Jack Carter (20:00)
3) Gus Edd defeated Young Sandow in three falls to win the Battle Royal

Friday, June 14, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Young Sandow defeated Eddie O’Shea via DQ
2) Ken Mayne defeated Jack Carter
3) Gus Edd defeated Don Carver via DQ in three falls
The card also featured a judo exhibition by Don Carver.

Friday, June 14, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) John Sepeda fought Tex Hager to a draw
2) Andy Tremaine defeated Leon Kirilenko in three falls
3) Walter Stratton defeated Mike McGee in three falls

Tuesday, June 18, 1946 – Wright’s Playhouse – Waco, TX
1) Young Sandow and Mike McGee won a 6-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: Frank James (sub. Gus Edd), Salvador Flores, Leon Kirilenko, Ken Mayne)
2) Frank James fought Salvador Flores to a draw (20:00)
3) Leon Kirilenko defeated Ken Mayne
4) Young Sandow defeated Mike McGee via DQ in three falls to win the Battle Royal

Wednesday, June 19, 1946 – Webster Park – Lubbock, TX
1) Jack Carter vs. Don Carver
2) Walter Stratton & Tex Hager vs. Andy Tremaine & Gorilla Poggi
This card was cancelled due to cold weather.

Wednesday, June 19, 1946 – Sportatorium – Wichita Falls, TX
1) Young Sandow fought Salvador Flores to a draw (20:00)
2) Mike McGee defeated Buddy James (sub. Gus Edd) in two straight falls
3) Leon Kirilenko defeated Ken Mayne in three falls

Thursday, June 20, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) John Sepeda fought Jack Carter to a draw (20:00)
2) Gorilla Poggi defeated Walter Stratton in three falls
3) Andy Tremaine defeated Gama Singh in three falls

Thursday, June 20, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Salvador Flores defeated Tuffy McMullen (sub. Ken Mayne) in two straight falls
2) Leon Kirilenko & Ken Mayne (sub. Gama Singh (sub. Gus Edd)) defeated Mike McGee & Young Sandow in three falls

Friday, June 21, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Leon Kirilenko and Ken Mayne won a 6-man Battle Royal (other participants: Young Sandow, Mike McGee, Salvador Flores, Frank James (sub. Gama Singh (sub. Gus Edd)))
2) Mike McGee defeated Frank James
3) Salvador Flores defeated Young Sandow by winning the first fall of a scheduled three (45:00)
4) Leon Kirilenko defeated Ken Mayne in three falls to win the Battle Royal

Friday, June 21, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Jack Carter fought Gama Singh (sub. Tex Hager) to a draw (referee: John Edinfield)
2) Andy Tremaine & Walter Stratton defeated Gorilla Poggi & John Sepeda in three falls(referee: Olan Boynton)

Tuesday, June 25, 1946 – Wright’s Playhouse – Waco, TX
1) Young Sandow fought Jack Hembree (sub. Walter Stratton) to a draw (20:00)
2) Salvador Flores defeated Ken Mayne in three falls
3) Mike McGee fought Leon Kirilenko to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Wednesday, June 26, 1946 – Webster Park – Lubbock, TX
1) Jack Carter vs. John Sepeda
2) Gorilla Poggi & Gama Singh vs. Andy Tremaine & Don Carver
This card was cancelled due to rain.

Wednesday, June 26, 1946 – Sportatorium – Wichita Falls, TX
1) Mike McGee vs. Walter Stratton
2) Ken Mayne vs. Salvador Flores
3) Young Sandow vs. Leon Kirilenko

Thursday, June 27, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Don Carver fought Gama Singh to a draw (20:00)
2) Gorilla Poggi defeated Jack Carter in three falls
3) Andy Tremaine defeated John Sepeda in three falls

Thursday, June 27, 1946 – West Vernon Gymnasium – Vernon, TX
1) Young Sandow fought Salvador Flores to a draw
2) Walter Stratton defeated Ken Mayne
3) Mike McGee defeated Leon Kirilenko via DQ in three falls

Friday, June 28, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Young Sandow defeated Mike McGee
2) Salvador Flores defeated Ken Mayne by winning the first fall of a scheduled three (45:00)
3) Leon Kirilenko defeated Walter Stratton in three falls (referee: Tuffy McMullen)

Friday, June 28, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Jack Carter fought John Sepeda to a draw (30:00) (referee: Dory Detton)
2) Andy Tremaine & Don Carver defeated Gorilla Poggi & Gama Singh in three falls (referee: Dory Detton)

Last edited on Thu Nov 17th, 2016 11:24 am by Kriss



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