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Tuesday, October 1, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Billy Nichols defeated Tuffy McMullen via DQ (referee: Tex Cates)
2) Boxing: Mike McGee defeated Leo Jensen (referee: Dory Detton)
3) Al Getz defeated Bill Steddum in three falls (referee: Dory Detton)

Wednesday, October 2, 1946 – Webster Park – Lubbock, TX
1) George Curtis defeated Mike McGee
2) Al Getz defeated Pat O’Dowdy (referee: Olan Boynton)
3) Dory Detton (sub. Floyd Hansen) fought Eddie Gideon to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Thursday, October 3, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Young Sandow defeated Billy Nichols
2) Al Getz and Mike McGee won a 6-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: Floyd Hansen, Leo Jensen, Eddie Gideon, Don Carver) (referees: Bill Steddum & Dutch Jones)
3) Eddie Gideon fought Don Carver to a draw in three falls (45:00)
4) Al Getz defeated Mike McGee in three falls to win the Battle Royal (referee: Bill Steddum)

Monday, October 7, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Eddie Gideon and Bill Steddum won a Battle Royal (other participants: Don Carver, Joe Szabo, Young Sandow)
2) Joe Szabo defeated Young Sandow in two straight falls
3) Eddie Gideon and Bill Steddum via DQ in two straight falls (referee: Tuffy McMullen)

Tuesday, October 8, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Young Sandow defeated Billy Nichols
2) George Curtis defeated Floyd Hansen in three falls
3) Al Getz defeated Pat O’Dowdy in three falls

Wednesday, October 9, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Young Sandow defeated Billy Nichols
2) Art Brady defeated Pat O’Dowdy in three falls
3) Eddie Gideon defeated Floyd Hansen in two straight falls
This was the first card to be held in Sled Allen’s new wrestling arena, which was never given a better name. It was located at 6th and Texas Avenue.

Thursday, October 10, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Joe Szabo defeated Bill Steddum
2) Art Brady defeated Pat O’Dowdy
3) George Curtis defeated Floyd Hansen in three falls
4) Al Getz defeated Eddie Gideon in three falls

Monday, October 14, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Pat O’Dowdy defeated Billy Nichols (sub. George Curtis)
2) Ace Abbott defeated Roy Blake in two straight falls
3) George Curtis (sub. Eddie Gideon) defeated Leo Jensen via DQ in two straight falls(referee: Pat O’Dowdy)

Tuesday, October 15, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Ace Abbott defeated Tuffy McMullen (sub. Young Sandow)
2) Wayne Martin defeated Leo Jensen in three falls
3) Eddie Gideon defeated George Curtis in three falls (referee: Tex Cates)

Wednesday, October 16, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Ace Abbott defeated George Curtis
2) Art Brady defeated Eddie Gideon in three falls
3) Wayne Martin defeated Leo Jensen in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Wednesday, October 16, 1946 – Sportatorium – Vernon, TX
1) Pat O’Dowdy vs. Tuffy McMullen
2) Bob Blake vs. Don Carver
3) Al Getz vs. Joe Szabo

Thursday, October 17, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Ace Abbott defeated Bob Blake
2) Al Getz defeated George Curtis
3) Art Brady defeated Leo Jensen via DQ in three falls
4) Wayne Martin defeated Pat O’Dowdy in two straight falls

Monday, October 21, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Tommy Martindale fought George Bruckman to a draw (20:00)
2) George Curtis defeated Pat O’Dowdy in three falls
3) Leo Jensen defeated Ace Abbott in three falls (referee: Tuffy McMullen)

Tuesday, October 22, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Don Carver fought Tommy Martindale to a draw
2) George Bruckman defeated Ace Abbott
3) Leo Jensen defeated Wayne Martin in three falls

Wednesday, October 23, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Tommy Martindale defeated Don Carver
2) Ace Abbott defeated Art Brady in three falls
3) Leo Jensen defeated Eddie Gideon (sub. Wayne Martin) in three falls (referee: Billy Nichols)

Wednesday, October 23, 1946 – Sportatorium – Vernon, TX
1) George Bruckman defeated Joe Szabo in three falls
2) George Curtis defeated Al Getz (sub. Eddie Gideon) in two straight falls

Thursday, October 24, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Don Carver fought Ace Abbott to a draw (20:00)
2) Art Brady defeated Joe Szabo via DQ in three falls (referee: Dutch Jones)
3) Al Getz defeated Tommy Martindale in three falls (referee: Billy Nichols)

Monday, October 28, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Tuffy McMullen fought Billy Nichols to a draw (20:00) (sub. Art Brady vs. Johnny LaRue)
2) George Curtis defeated Art Brady (sub. Tommy Martindale) in three falls
3) Ace Abbott defeated Johnny LaRue (sub. Joe Szabo) in two straight falls

Tuesday, October 29, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Tommy Martindale defeated Art Brady in three falls
2) Ace Abbott & Dory Detton defeated Leo Jensen & George Bruckman (sub. Joe Szabo) in three falls

Wednesday, October 30, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) George Bruckman defeated George Curtis
2) Tommy Martindale defeated Eddie Gideon in two straight falls
3) Al Getz defeated Leo Jensen in two straight falls (referee: Billy Nichols)

Wednesday, October 30, 1946 – Sportatorium – Vernon, TX
1) Johnny LaRue defeated Art Brady in three falls
2) Ace Abbott defeated Pat O’Dowdy in two straight falls

Thursday, October 31, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Lobo Brown fought Billy Nichols to a draw (15:00)
2) George Curtis defeated George Bruckman via DQ in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)
3) Al Getz & Leo Jensen defeated Eddie Gideon & Tommy Martindale in three falls

Monday, November 4, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) George Curtis defeated George Bruckman via DQ (15:00)
2) Ace Abbott fought Pat O’Dowdy to a draw (20:00)
3) Ace Abbott & George Curtis defeated Pat O’Dowdy & George Bruckman (sub. Leo Jensen) in three falls

Tuesday, November 5, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Billy Nichols vs. Art Brady
2) George Bruckman vs. Tommy Martindale
3) Walter Stratton vs. Al Getz

Wednesday, November 6, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Ace Abbott defeated Billy Nichols in two straight falls
2) George Curtis defeated Leo Jensen in three falls

Wednesday, November 6, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Art Brady defeated John LaRue
2) Walter Stratton defeated George Bruckman in three falls
3) Al Getz defeated Tommy Martindale in three falls

Thursday, November 7, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Tommy Martindale fought Jack LaRue to a draw (20:00)
2) Walter Stratton defeated Leo Jensen via DQ in three falls (referee: Olan Boynton)
3) Al Getz defeated Art Brady in three falls

Friday, November 8, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Pat O’Dowdy vs. George Bruckman (referee: Benny Wilson)
2) Ace Abbott vs. George Curtis (referee: Benny Wilson)

Monday, November 11, 1946 – Sportatorium – Vernon, TX
1) George Curtis vs. Lou Garner
2) Ace Abbott vs. Art Brady

Tuesday, November 12, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) George Bruckman defeated John LaRue
2) Walter Stratton defeated Ace Abbott by winning the first fall of a scheduled three (45:00)
3) Al Getz defeated Tommy Martindale in three falls

Wednesday, November 13, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Art Brady defeated Johnny LaRue via DQ in two straight falls (referee: Billy Nichols)
2) George Curtis defeated George Bruckman in three falls (referee: Billy Nichols)

Wednesday, November 13, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Tommy Martindale defeated Lou Garner
2) Al Getz defeated Walter Stratton in three falls
3) Ace Abbott defeated Leo Jensen in two straight falls (referee: Olan Boynton)

Thursday, November 14, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) George Bruckman defeated Tommy Martindale
2) Ace Abbott defeated Walter Stratton (45:00)
3) Al Getz defeated Leo Jensen in three falls

Friday, November 15, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Ace Abbott and George Curtis won a 5-man Battle Royal (other participants: Pat O’Dowdy, Billy Nichols, Art Brady)
2) Art Brady defeated Pat O’Dowdy via DQ in two straight falls (referee: Benny Wilson)
3) Ace Abbott defeated George Curtis in three falls to win the Battle Royal

Tuesday, November 19, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Wayne Bruckman and George Bruckman won a 6-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: George Curtis, Bobby Burns, Art Brady, Al Getz)
2) Bobby Burns defeated George Curtis
3) Al Getz defeated Art Brady
4) Wayne Martin defeated George Bruckman in two straight falls

Wednesday, November 20, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Ace Abbott defeated Lee Landry in three falls
2) Polo Cordova defeated Lou Garner in two straight falls

Wednesday, November 20, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Bobby Burns defeated George Curtis in three falls
2) Wayne Martin & Art Brady defeated George Bruckman & Al Getz in three falls

Thursday, November 21, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Lobo Brown defeated Tex Cates
2) Wayne Martin and George Bruckman won a 6-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: Al Getz, George Curtis, Art Brady, Bobby Burns) (13:09)
3) Bobby Burns defeated Art Brady in three falls
4) Wayne Martin defeated George Bruckman in two straight falls to win the Battle Royal

Friday, November 22, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Lou Garner defeated Billy Nichols (sub. Pat O’Dowdy)
2) Pat O’Dowdy (sub. Art Brady) defeated Lee Landry in three falls
3) Ace Abbott fought Polo Cordova to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Tuesday, November 26, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) George Curtis defeated Billy Nichols
2) Bobby Burns defeated Art Brady in two straight falls
3) Wayne Martin defeated Al Getz via DQ in three falls

Wednesday, November 27, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Lou Garner (sub. Art Brady) defeated Lee Landry in three falls
2) Polo Cordova defeated George Curtis in three falls

Wednesday, November 27, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Art Brady (sub. Lou Garner) defeated Billy Nichols
2) Ace Abbott fought Al Getz to a draw in three falls (45:00)
3) Wayne Martin defeated Bobby Burns in three falls

Thursday, November 28, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Billy Nichols defeated Lobo Brown
2) Polo Cordova defeated Art Brady in three falls
3) Wayne Martin & Ace Abbott defeated Al Getz & Bobby Burns in three falls

Friday, November 29, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Polo Cordova defeated George Curtis in three falls
2) Ace Abbott defeated Dory Detton in three falls

Tuesday, December 3, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) George Curtis defeated Lou Garner in two straight falls
2) Al Getz & Bobby Burns defeated Wayne Martin & Ace Abbott in three falls

Wednesday, December 4, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Lobo Brown defeated Lee Landry in two straight falls
2) Polo Cordova defeated Dory Detton in three falls

Wednesday, December 4, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) George Curtis defeated Lou Garner
2) Bobby Burns defeated Ace Abbott via DQ in three falls (referee: Lou Garner)
3) Wayne Martin defeated Al Getz in three falls

Thursday, December 5, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Gust Johnson defeated Lou Garner
2) Polo Cordova defeated George Curtis (15:00)
3) Al Getz fought Ace Abbott to a draw in three falls (60:00)
4) Wayne Martin defeated Bobby Burns via DQ in three falls (referee: Vaughn Harmon)

Friday, December 6, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) George Curtis defeated Lou Garner in two straight falls
2) Ace Abbott defeated Polo Cordova in three falls

Monday, December 9, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Bobby Burns defeated George Curtis in three falls
2) Polo Cordova fought Ace Abbott to a draw with no falls scored (60:00)

Tuesday, December 10, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Johnny Carlin defeated Tex Cates
2) Wayne Martin defeated George Curtis in two straight falls
3) Al Getz defeated Ace Abbott in three falls (referee: Johnny Carlin)

Wednesday, December 11, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Polo Cordova defeated George Curtis in three falls
2) Bobby Burns & Al Getz defeated Ace Abbott & Wayne Martin in three falls (referees: Dory Detton & Johnny Carlin)

Thursday, December 12, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Johnny Carlin defeated Bobby Nichols
2) Ace Abbott defeated George Curtis
3) Al Getz fought Polo Cordova to a draw (45:00)
4) Wayne Martin defeated Bobby Burns in three falls (referees: Dutch Jones & Johnny Carlin)

Friday, December 13, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX – 1,000
1) Bobby Burns fought Polo Cordova to a draw (20:00)
2) Polo Cordova & George Curtis defeated Ace Abbott & Bobby Burns in three falls (referee: Pat O’Dowdy)

Monday, December 16, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Al Getz defeated Ace Abbott by winning the first fall of a sheduled three (60:00)
2) Polo Cordova defeated Bobby Burns in three falls

Tuesday, December 17, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Tex Cates defeated Billy Nichols
2) Al Getz fought Dory Detton to a draw (45:00) (referee: Billy Nichols)
3) Wayne Martin defeated Johnny Carlin in three falls (referee: Dory Detton)

Wednesday, December 18, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Ace Abbott fought Polo Cordova to a draw (20:00)
2) Dory Detton defeated Bobby Burns in three falls
3) Wayne Martin defeated Johnny Carlin in three falls (referee: Al Getz)

Thursday, December 19, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Johnny Carlin fought Pat O’Dowdy to a draw
2) Ace Abbott defeated Bobby Burns via DQ (17:00)
3) Al Getz defeated Polo Cordova in three falls (referee: Pat O’Dowdy)
4) Wayne Martin defeated Leon Kirilenko in two straight falls

Friday, December 20, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Ace Abbott fought Al Getz to a draw in three falls (45:00)
2) John Carlin (sub. Polo Cordova) defeated Bobby Burns via DQ in three falls (referee: Pat O’Dowdy)

Monday, December 23, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Bobby Burns defeated Johnny Carlin in two straight falls
2) Al Getz defeated Dory Detton (sub. Polo Cordova) in three falls

Tuesday, December 24, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Bobby Burns fought Lobo Brown (sub. Polo Cordova) to a draw (20:00)
2) Johnny Carlin defeated Pat O’Dowdy via DQ in two straight falls
3) Al Getz defeated Dory Detton in three falls

Wednesday, December 25, 1946 – Arena – Lubbock, TX
1) Pat O’Dowdy fought Johnny Carlin to a draw (20:00)
2) Ace Abbott defeated Bobby Burns in three falls
3) Al Getz defeated Dory Detton in three falls

Thursday, December 26, 1946 – Tri-State Fairgrounds Automobile Building – Amarillo, TX
1) Pat O’Dowdy defeated Lobo Brown (13:00)
2) Johnny Carlin fought Ace Abbott to a draw in three falls (45:00) (referee: Olan Boynton)
3) Wayne Martin & Dory Detton defeated Al Getz & Bobby Burns in three falls

Friday, December 27, 1946 – Fair Park Supper Club – Abilene, TX
1) Al Getz vs. Dory Detton
2) Ace Abbott defeated Bobby Burns

Monday, December 30, 1946 – West Texas Auction Sales Building – Big Spring, TX
1) Bobby Burns defeated Wayne Martin in two straight falls (referee: Pat McKee)
2) Polo Cordova defeated Al Getz in three falls (referee: Pat McKee)

Tuesday, December 31, 1946 – National Guard Armory – Clovis, NM
1) Wayne Martin and Ace Abbott won a 6-man Battle Royal (participants: Polo Cordova, Al Getz, Bobby Burns, Johnny Carlin) (referee: Pat McKee)
2) Ace Abbott defeated Lobo Brown (sub. Wayne Martin) in two straight falls to win the Battle Royal
This card also featured a match between the last two men eliminated in the battle royal, but the available newspaper report in illegible.

Last edited on Thu Nov 17th, 2016 11:32 am by Kriss



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