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Friday, January 1, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Siki Sakaguchi defeated Gorgeous George, Jr. (9:16)
2) Terry Funk & Bobby Duncum defeated The Gladiator & Mr. Wrestling in three falls
3) Nick Kozak defeated Buck Robley in three falls
4) Brass Knuckles Match: Bull Ramos fought Killer Karl Kox to a double-DQ (referee: Steve O’Rourke)

Saturday, January 2, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Pak Song defeated Johnny Lee via submission (8:00) (taped)
2) Bobby Dumcum fought Siki Sakaguchi to a draw (5:00)
3) Bull Ramos defeated Spike O’Rourke
4) The Beast defeated Salvador Dominguez (taped)
5) Gorgeous George, Jr. & Jerry Kozak fought Mr. Wrestling & The Gladiator to a draw in three falls

Sunday, January 3, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM 
1) Bobby Duncum vs. Salvador Dominguez 
2) Ricky Romero & Gorgeous George, Jr. vs. Killer Karl Kox & Seiji Sakaguchi 
3) Terry Funk vs. Buck Robley 
4) Bull Ramos vs. Rufus R. Jones 

Monday, January 4, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX 
1) Terry Funk defeated Buck Robley 
2) Pak Song defeated Chief Little Eagle 
3) Buck Robley & Alex Perez defeated Terry Funk & Salvador Dominguez 
4) Killer Karl Kox defeated The Lawman 

Monday, January 4, 1971 – Judging Arena – El Paso, TX 
1) Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Bobby Duncum
2) The Beast defeated Gorgeous George, Jr.
3) Bull Ramos defeated Rufus R. Jones via DQ
4) Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak defeated The Gladiator & Mr. Wrestling in three falls to win the Western States Tag Team Title

Tuesday, January 5, 1971 – Coliseum – Brownwood, TX 
1) The Beast vs. Gorgeous George, Jr. 
2) The Lawman vs. Buck Robley 
3) Pak Song & Seiji Sakaguchi vs. Ricky Romero & Rufus R. Jones 
4) Killer Karl Kox vs. Terry Funk 

Wednesday, January 6, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Buck Robley defeated Gorgeous George, Jr.
2) Bull Ramos defeated Bobby Duncum
3) Ricky Romero & Nick Kozak defeated Mr. Wrestling & The Gladiator via DQ
4) The Beast defeated Rufus R. Jones 
5) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song fought Killer Karl Kox to a double-CO

Thursday, January 7, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bobby Duncum defeated Siki Sakaguchi via DQ
2) The Gladiator & Mr. Wrestling fought Dory Funk, Sr. & Killer Karl Kox to a draw
3) Brass Knuckles Match: Bull Ramos defeated Rufus Jones (14:49)
4) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song fought The Beast to a double-CO (15:28)
5) Russian Chain Match: Terry Funk defeated Buck Robley (13:00)

Saturday, January 9, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Spike O’Rourke defeated Siki Sakagouchi via DQ
2) Bobby Duncum fought The Gladiator to a draw (10:00)
3) Salvador Dominguez defeated Killer Karl Kox via forfeit
4) Buck Rovley fought Jerry Kozak to a double-CO (7:57)
5) Ricky Romero & Nick Kozak & Gorgeous George, Jr. fought Bull Ramos & The Beast & Apache Gringo to a draw

Monday, January 11, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX 
1) Bobby Duncum defeated Alex Perez 
2) Ricky Romero fought Mr. Wrestling to a draw 
3) Terry Funk & Bobby Duncum defeated Buck Robley & Alex Perez 
4) Brass Knuckles Match: Killer Karl Kox fought The Lawman to a double-DQ 

Monday, January 11, 1971 – Coliseum – El Paso, TX 
1) Gorgeous George, Jr. defeated Apache Gringo 
2) The Gladiator defeated Salvador Dominguez 
3) Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Dory Funk, Sr. defeated The Beast 
4) Bull Ramos pinned Rufus R. Jones 
5) Western States Tag Team Champions Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak defeated Pak Song & Seiji Sakaguchi via DQ in three falls

Wednesday, January 13, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX 
1) Killer Karl Kox fought Seiji Sakaguchi to a draw (15:00)
2) Gorgeous George, Jr. defeated Apache Gringo
3) Bull Ramos defeated Ricky Romero
4) Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling & The Gladiator defeated Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak to win the Western States Tag Team Title

Thursday, January 14, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Mr. Wrestling defeated Salvador Dominguez (13:35)
2) Killer Karl Kox & Nick Kozak & Bobby Duncum defeated The Beast & Bull Ramos & Siki Sakaguchi (20:57)
3) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song defeated Gorgeous George, Jr. (22:16)
4) Texas Death Match: Brass Knuckles Champion Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Buck Robley (36:00)

Friday, January 15, 1971 – Municipal Auditorium – Big Spring, TX 
1) The Lawman defeated Seiji Sakaguchi via DQ
2) The Beast defeated Gorgeous George, Jr.
3) Ricky Romero & Nick Kozak defeated The Gladiator & Mr. Wrestling
4) Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Bull Ramos in two straight falls

Saturday, January 16, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Buck Robley defeated Spike Jones
2) Siki Sakaguchi defeated Jerry Usher
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated Treach Phillips (5:19)
4) The Beast defeated Gorgeous George, Jr. (6:11)

Sunday, January 17, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM 
1) Salvador Dominguez vs. Mr. Wrestling 
2) Bull Ramos & Apache Gringo vs. Gorgeous George, Jr. & Bobby Duncum 
3) Killer Karl Kox vs. Seiji Sakaguchi 
4) Brass Knuckles Match: Ricky Romero vs. Buck Robley 

Monday, January 18, 1971 – Round Building, West Texas Fairgrounds – Abilene, TX 
1) Bobby Duncum defeated Alex Perez 
2) Buck Robley defeated Wahoo McDaniel 
3) Texas Death Match: Killer Karl Kox defeated The Lawman 

Monday, January 18, 1971 – Coliseum – El Paso, TX 
1) Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Mr. Wrestling 
2) Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Pak Song 
3) Bull Ramos & The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak & Gorgeous George, Jr. in three falls
4) The Gladiator pinned Ricky Romero 

Wednesday, January 20, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX 
1) Pak Song & Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Jerry Kozak & Gorgeous George, Jr. 
2) Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Dory Funk, Sr. defeated The Beast 
3) Nick Kozak defeated The Gladiator via DQ 
4) Lumberjack Match: Ricky Romero defeated Bull Ramos 

Thursday, January 21, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bobby Duncum vs. Gorgeous George, Jr. (cancelled)
2) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song fought Nick Kozak to a double pin (15:20)
3) The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated The Gladiator & Mr. Wrestling to win Western States Tag Team Title (9:38)
4) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Bull Ramos (w/ Apache Gringo) via DQ (10:14)
5) Russian Chain Match: Terry Funk defeated Buck Robley (8:50)
6) Hiro Matsuda defeated Gorgeous George, Jr. (sub. Dory Funk, Sr.) (2:57)

Saturday, January 23, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak fought Pak Song & Siki Sakaguchi  to a draw
2) Butcher Brower defeated Gorgeous George, Jr.
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated Spike O’Rourke
4) Buck Robley defeated Salvador Dominguez
5) Terry Funk & Ricky Romero defeated Mr. Wrestling & The Gladiator

Sunday, January 24, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM 
1) Nick Kozak vs. The Gladiator 
2) Killer Karl Kox vs. Pak Song 
3) Man Mountain Mike & Bobby Duncum vs. Bull Ramos & Apache Gringo 
4) Lumberjack Match: Ricky Romero vs. Buck Robley 

Monday, January 25, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX 
1) Mr. Wrestling defeated Gorgeous George, Jr. 
2) Jerry Kozak defeated Buck Robley 
3) Kay Noble defeated Vivian Vachon 
4) Killer Karl Kox fought Pak Song to a no contest 

Monday, January 25, 1971 – Coliseum – El Paso, TX 
1) Gory Guerrero, Jr. fought Eduardo de Lynch to a draw 
2) Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Bobby Duncum 
3) Bull Ramos & The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Nick Kozak & Terry Funk & Man Mountain Mike 
4) Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Champion Ricky Romero pinned The Gladiator 
The Gladiator was unmasked as Tom Jones.

Wednesday, January 27, 1971 - Ocotillo Sports Arena – Hobbs, NM
1) Salvador Dominguez vs. Gorgeous George, Jr.
2) Bobby Duncum vs. Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Terry Funk & Man Mountain Mike vs. Buck Robley & Butcher Brower

Wednesday, January 27, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX 
1) Killer Karl Kox defeated The Lawman 
2) Marie Laverne defeated Kay Noble 
3) Ricky Romero & Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak defeated The Beast & Bull Ramos & Apache Gringo 
4) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song defeated Mr. Wrestling 
5) Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Dory Funk, Sr. defeated The Gladiator 
The Gladiator was unmasked as Tom Jones.

Thursday, January 28, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bobby Duncum defeated The Gladiator (5:39)
2) Vivian Vachon defeated Kay Noble (12:12)
3) Ricky Romero fought Buck Robley to a draw
4) Man Mountain Mike & Killer Karl Kox & Nick Kozak defeated Bull Ramos & The Beast & Butcher Brower (24:36)
5) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song defeated Terry Funk (16:34)
6) The Beast and Bull Ramos won a 16-man Battle Royal (participants: Apache Gringo, Butcher Brower, Bobby Duncum, Salvador Dominguez, Terry Funk, The Gladiator, Killer Karl Kox, Nick Kozak, Man Mountain Mike, Buck Robley, Ricky Romero, Siki Sakaguchi, Pak Song, Mr. Wrestling)

Saturday, January 30, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Ricky Romero fought Buck Robley to a draw
2) Bull Ramos & The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak & Frank Dalton in three falls
3) Man Mountain Mike defeated Bronco Corleone
4) Terry Funk & Bobby Duncum fought Pak Song & Siki Sakaguchi to a draw

Sunday, January 31, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM
1) Kay Noble vs. Vivian Vachon 
2) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower vs. Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak
3) Ricky Romero vs. Killer Karl Kox 
4) Russian Chain Match: Terry Funk vs. Buck Robley

Monday, February 1, 1971 – Coliseum – El Paso, TX – 2,800
1) Alex Perez defeated Salvador Dominguez
2) Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Bull Ramos defeated Man Mountain Mike
4) Mr. Wrestling defeated Ricky Romero to win the Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Title in three falls
5) Russian Chain Match: Terry Funk defeated Buck Robley

Wednesday, February 3, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Bull Ramos defeated The Lawman
2) Man Mountain Mike vs. Seiji Sakaguchi (no result listed)
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated Ricky Romero
4) Mr. Wrestling defeated Dory Funk, Sr. to win the Texas Brass Knuckles Trophy
5) Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak defeated Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower via DQ
6) 13-man Battle Royal (no result listed)
It can be assumed that without Man Mountain Mike, the Battle Royal was also cancelled.

Thursday, February 4, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Bull Ramos defeated Salvador Dominguez (sub. The Black Ace) (6:00)
2) Buck Robley defeated Mr. Wrestling (5:49)
3) Siki Sakaguchi defeated Man Mountain Mike (4:21)
4) Ricky Romero fought Killer Karl Kox to a draw
5) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Nick Kozak & Bobby Duncum (12:18) (referee: Al Lovelock)
6) Pak Song (sub. Hiro Matsuda) defeated Dory Funk, Sr. (w/ Terry Funk) (18:23)
7) The Beast & Butcher Brower and Killer Karl Kox & Man Mountain Mike both claimed victory in a 9-team Battle Royal (other participants: Dory Funk, Sr. & Terry Funk, Bull Ramos & Apache Gringo, Pak Song & Siki Sakaguchi, Mr. Wrestling & unknown (sub. The Black Ace), Ricky Romero & Bobby Duncum, Buck Robley & unknown (sub. Hiro Matsuda), Jerry Kozak & Nick Kozak) (8:36)

Friday, February 5, 1971 – National Guard Armory – Brady, TX
1) The Beast & The Butcher vs. Man Mountain Mike & Salvador Dominguez
2) Bull Ramos vs. The Lawman
3) 7-man Battle Royal (participants: The Beast, The Butcher, Salvador Dominguez, The Lawman, Man Mountain Mike, Bull Ramos, Dale Steward)

Saturday, February 6, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Terry Funk defeated The Beast via DQ (12:55)
2) Buck Robley defeated The Purple Phantom
3) Nick Kozak fought Bobby Duncum to a draw
4) Bull Ramos & Apache Gringo defeated Ricky Romero & Salvador Dominguez

Monday, February 8, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX
1) Mr. Wrestling defeated Apache Gringo
2) The Beast & Butcher Brower & Bull Ramos defeated Man Mountain Mike & Salvador Dominguez & Bobby Duncum
3) Texas Death Match: Killer Karl Kox defeated Dory Funk, Sr.
4) Man Mountain Mike won a 10-man Battle Royal (participants: all wrestlers on card)

Monday, February 8, 1971 – Mariano’s Recreation Hall – Alamogordo, NM
1) Charro Castillo vs. Alex Perez
2) Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak vs. Pak Song & Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Ricky Romero vs. Buck Robley

Tuesday, February 9, 1971 – Ector County Coliseum – Odessa, TX
1) Mr. Wrestling defeated Sal Dominiguez
2) Bobby Duncum fought Seiji Sakaguchi to a draw
3) Terry Funk & The Lawman defeated Killer Karl Kox & Buck Robley in three falls
4) Texas Death Match – Loser Leaves Town: Bull Ramos defeated Nick Kozak

Wednesday, February 10, 1971 – Fair Park – Lubbock, TX
1) Alex Perez fought The Lawman to a draw
2) Texas Women’s Champion Vivian Vachon defeated Marie Laverne
3) Brass Knuckles Champion Mr. Wrestling defeated Pak Song
4) Ricky Romero defeated Killer Karl Kox via CO
5) Terry Funk & Bobby Duncum defeated Buck Robley & Bull Ramos

Thursday, February 11, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Siki Sakaguchi fought Nick Kozak to a draw
2) Buck Robley defeated Bobby Duncum (13:54)
3) Terry Funk defeated Pak Song (w/ Siki Sakaguchi) (17:32)
4) Ricky Romero defeated Bull Ramos (w/ Apache Gringo) via DQ in three falls (referee: Alex Perez)
5) The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Killer Karl Kox & Man Mountain Mike (16:24)

Friday, February 12, 1971 – Scurry County Coliseum – Snyder, TX
1) Pak Song vs. Bull Ramos
2) Man Mountain Mike & The Lawman vs. The Beast & The Butcher
3) Killer Karl Kox vs. Ricky Romero
4) 8-man Battle Royal (participants: The Beast, The Butcher, Killer Karl Kox, The Lawman, Man Mountain Mike, Bull Ramos, Ricky Romero, Pak Song)

Saturday, February 13, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Pak Song defeated Bill Howard (3:59)
2) Bull Ramos defeated Salvador Dominguez (3:42)
3) The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak (10:50)
4) Ramon Torres & Ricky Romero defeated Duke Myers & Buck Robley

Sunday, February 14, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM
1) Salvador Dominguez vs. Alex Perez
2) Bobby Duncum vs. Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Karate Allowed: Killer Karl Kox vs. Pak Song
4) Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres vs. Buck Robley & Bull Ramos

Monday, February 15, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX
1) Seiji Sakaguchi vs. Ramon Torres
2) Butcher Brower vs. Nick Kozak
3) Killer Karl Kox & The Beast vs. The Lawman & Pak Song

Monday, February 15, 1971 – Coliseum – El Paso, TX
1) Gory Guerrero, Jr. vs. Frankenstein
2) Bobby Duncum vs. Cornelio Hernandez
3) Hiro Matsuda & Seiji Sakaguchi vs. Terry Funk & Ricky Romero
4) Mr. Wrestling vs. Jerry Kozak (for the Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Title)

Tuesday, February 16, 1971 – Ector County Coliseum – Odessa, TX
1) The Lawman defeated Alex Perez
2) Terry Funk fought Hiro Matsuda to a draw
3) The Beast & The Butcher defeated Ramon Torres & Jerry Kozak
4) Texas Death Match: Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Killer Karl Kox

Wednesday, February 17, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Apache Gringo defeated Bobby Duncum
2) Hiro Matsuda fought Jerry Kozak to a draw (30:00)
3) Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres defeated Pak Song & Seiji Sakaguchi
4) Russian Chain Match: Terry Funk defeated Killer Karl Kox

Thursday, February 18, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Salvador Dominguez vs. Buck Robley (cancelled)
2) Bobby Duncum fought Bull Ramos to a draw
3) Ramon Torres defeated Mr. Wrestling (11:26)
4) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower fought Ricky Romero & Nick Kozak to a draw in three falls
5) Dory Funk, Sr. & Dory Funk, Jr. & Terry Funk defeated Siki Sakaguchi & Hiro Matsuda & Pak Song (17:14)

Friday, February 19, 1971 – Municipal Auditorium – Big Spring, TX
1) Bull Ramos vs. Nick Kozak (no result listed)
2) Ricky Romero defeated Mr. Wrestling (sub. Buck Robley)
3) The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated The Lawman & Ramon Torres in three falls
4) Terry Funk defeated Killer Karl Kox via DQ in three falls

Saturday, February 20, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Bobby Duncum defeated Salvador Dominguez (7:35)
2) The Spartans defeated Pak Song & Siki Sakaguchi
3) The Beast defeated Frank Benson (4:00)
4) Woody Farmer fought Butcher Brower to a draw
5) Ramon Torres fought Killer Karl Kox to a draw

Monday, February 22, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX
1) Butcher Brower defeated Salvador Dominguez
2) Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak defeated Bull Ramos & Apache Gringo
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated The Beast in three falls

Monday, February 22, 1971 – Coliseum – El Paso, TX
1) The Spartan defeated Chief Little Eagle
2) Woody Farmer defeated Bobby Duncum
3) Terry Funk & Ramon Torres defeated Pak Song & Seiji Sakaguchi
4) Ricky Romero pinned Mr. Wrestling to win the Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Title

Tuesday, February 23, 1971 – Ector County Coliseum – Odessa, TX
1) Seigi Sakaguchi defeated Sal Dominguez
2) Woody Farmer defeated Pak Song
3) Ricky Romero defeated Bull Ramos
4) Dory Funk, Sr. & Terry Funk defeated Killer Karl Kox & The Spartan

Wednesday, February 24, 1971 – Ocotillo Sports Arena – Hobbs, NM
1) Western States Heavyweight Champion Pak Song vs. unknown
2) Terry Funk & Nick Kozak vs. The Beast & Butcher Brower

Wednesday, February 24, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Man Mountain Mike & Woody Farmer defeated Alex Perez & Seiji Sakaguchi
2) The Spartan defeated Bobby Duncum
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated Jerry Kozak
4) Ramon Torres defeated Bull Ramos via DQ
5) Dory Funk, Sr. defeated Mr. Wrestling to win the Texas Brass Knuckles Trophy

Thursday, February 25, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Woody Farmer defeated Apache Gringo (sub. Spartan #2) (5:48)
2) Bobby Duncum fought Ramon Torres to a draw
3) Siki Sakaguchi defeated Man Mountain Mike via CO (5:10)
4) Killer Karl Kox defeated Bull Ramos (w/ Apache Gringo) via DQ (14:42)
5) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Ricky Romero & Nick Kozak via CO (24:34)
6) Loser Leaves Town: Spartan #1 defeated Pak Song to win the Western States Heavyweight Title (14:24)

Friday, February 26, 1971 – Coliseum – Brownwood, TX
1) The Lawman vs. Bull Ramos
2) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower vs. Man Mountain Mike & Ricky Romero
3) Texas Death Match: Killer Karl Kox vs. Pak Song
4) 8-man Battle Royal (participants: all wrestlers on card)

Saturday, February 27, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Salvador Dominguez fought Apache Gringo to a draw
2) Siki Sakaguchi defeated Spike Jones
3) Woody Farmer defeated Bronco Corleone (6:21)
4) The Spartan defeated Bill Howard (4:09)
5) The Spartan & Mr. Wrestling fought The Beast & Butcher Brower to a draw
6) Nick Kozak fought Ramon Torres to a draw

Sunday, February 28, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM
1) Bobby Duncum vs. Alex Perez
2) Woody Farmer vs. Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower vs. Dory Funk, Sr. & Terry Funk
4) Ricky Romero vs. Killer Karl Kox

Monday, March 1, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX

1) Jerry Kozak defeated Salvador Dominguez
2) Bobby Duncum defeated Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Killer Karl Kox defeated Man Mountain Mike
4) The Spartan defeated Pak Song
5) The Lawman and Killer Karl Kox were both eliminated to end a 10-man Battle Royal resulting in a no contest (participants: The Lawman, Apache Gringo, all wrestlers on card)

Tuesday, March 2, 1971 – Ector County Coliseum – Odessa, TX
1) Sal Dominguez vs. Seiji Sakaguchi
2) Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak vs. The Beast & The Butcher
3) Loser Leaves Town: Pak Song vs. Woody Farmer
4) The Spartan vs. Killer Karl Kox

Wednesday, March 3, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Bobby Duncum defeated Killer Karl Kox via CO
2) Ramon Torres & Woody Farmer defeated Mr. Ito & Seiji Sakaguchi
3) Loser Leaves Town: Terry Funk defeated Bull Ramos
4) Loser Leaves Town: The Spartan defeated Pak Song

Thursday, March 4, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Killer Karl Kox fought Mr. Wrestling to a draw (10:00)
2) Bobby Duncum & Woody Farmer defeated The Beast & Butcher Brower via DQ (15:33)
3) Nick Kozak defeated Bull Ramos (11:15)
4) Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres defeated Siki Sakaguchi & Tokyo Tom (sub. Mr. Ito) (17:46)
5) Western States Heavyweight Champion The Spartan defeated Terry Funk in three falls

Saturday, March 6, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Bobby Duncum defeated Duke Myers (7:30)
2) Handicap Match: The Spartan defeated Mr. Ito & Spike Jones
3) The Lawman defeated Apache Gringo (5:45)
4) Mr. Wrestling defeated Bill Howard (5:44)
5) Ricky Romero fought The Beast to a draw

Sunday, March 7, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM
1) Jack Bence vs. Apache Gringo
2) The Beast & Butcher Brower vs. Woody Farmer & Chief Little Eagle
3) The Spartan vs. Terry Funk
4) Loser Leaves Town: Ricky Romero vs. Bull Ramos

Monday, March 8, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX
1) Woody Farmer fought Butcher Brower to a draw (15:00)
2) Apache Gringo defeated Jerry Kozak
3) Woody Farmer & Ramon Torres defeated Butcher Brower & Mr. Wrestling
4) Over the Top Rope Match: The Lawman defeated Killer Karl Kox

Wednesday, March 10, 1971 - Ocotillo Sports Arena – Hobbs, NM
1) Bobby Duncum vs. Apache Gringo
2) Brass Knuckles Match: Dory Funk, Sr. vs. Alex Perez
3) Ricky Romero & Salvador Dominguez vs. The Beast & Butcher Brower

Wednesday, March 10, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Big Mike’s Army (Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak & Man Mountain Mike) defeated Murder, Inc.(Mr. Wrestling & Seiji Sakaguchi & Jack Bence)
2) Woody Farmer defeated Killer Karl Kox
3) The Spartan defeated Ramon Torres
4) Loser Leaves Town: Ciclon Negro defeated Terry Funk

Thursday, March 11, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Nick Kozak defeated Jack Bence (8:51)
2) Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres defeated Killer Karl Kox & Siki Sakaguchi (18:35)
3) Ciclon Negro defeated Bobby Duncum (12:51) 4) Western States Heavyweight Champion The Spartan defeated Mr. Wrestling (15:55)
5) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Dory Funk, Sr. & Terry Funk (14:18) (referee: Man Mountain Mike)

Saturday, March 13, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Ricky Romero & Salvador Dominguez & Ramon Torres fought The Beast & Butcher Brower & Apache Gringo to a draw
2) Woody Farmer defeated Randy Curtis
3) Cowboy Carlson defeated Jack Bence
4) Ciclon Negro defeated Chief War Eagle in two straight falls

Sunday, March 14, 1971 – Civic Auditorium – Albuquerque, NM
1) Man Mountain Mike vs. Apache Gringo
2) Cyclone Negro vs. Bobby Duncum
3) Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres vs. The Spartan & Mr. Wrestling
4) Texas Death Match: Dory Funk, Sr. vs. Killer Karl Kox

Monday, March 15, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX – 3,000
1) Seiji Sakaguchi vs. Bobby Duncum (no result listed)
2) Man Mountain Mike vs. Apache Gringo (no result listed)
3) Cowboy Carlson defeated Mr. Wrestling
4) Big Mike’s Army (Man Mountain Mike & Bobby Duncum & Cowboy Carlson) defeatedMurder, Inc. (Mr. Wrestling & Seiji Sakaguchi & Apache Gringo)
5) Russian Chain Match: Killer Karl Kox defeated The Lawman

Wednesday, March 17, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Seiji Sakaguchi defeated Alex Perez
2) Bobby Duncum fought Jerry Kozak to a draw
3) Cowboy Carlson defeated Apache Gringo
4) Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres defeated Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & The Butcher via DQ
5) Ciclon Negro defeated Nick Kozak

Thursday, March 18, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Woody Farmer fought Bobby Duncum to a draw
2) Cowboy Carlson defeated Apache Gringo (7:10)
3) Ramon Torres & Ricky Romero defeated The Beast & Butcher Brower (18:28)
4) Siki Sakaguchi fought Killer Karl Kox to a no contest (11:42) (referee: Alex Perez)
5) Round Robin Match: The Spartan defeated Wahoo McDaniel and Ciclon Negro

Saturday, March 20, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Cowboy Carlson fought Mr. Wrestling to a draw
2) Woody Farmer defeated Apache Gringo (5:25)
3) The Spartan defeated Salvador Dominguez
4) Siki Sakaguchi defeated Alex Perez
5) Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres & Ricky Romero fought Ciclon Negro & The Beast & Butcher Brower to a double-DQ

Monday, March 22, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX
1) Cowboy Carlson defeated Butcher Brower
2) Ramon Torres defeated Chief Little Eagle
3) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Jerry Kozak & Cowboy Carlson
4) Loser Leaves Town: The Lawman defeated Killer Karl Kox

Wednesday, March 24, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Jerry Kozak defeated Alex Perez
2) Bobby Duncum defeated Killer Karl Kox
3) Woody Farmer defeated Seiji Sakaguchi
4) Ricky Romero & Cowboy Carlson defeated Mr. Wrestling & The Spartan
5) World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Ciclon Negro

Thursday, March 25, 1971 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Elimination Match: Nick Kozak & Cowboy Carlson & Bobby Duncum defeated Mr. Wrestling & Siki Sakaguchi & Woody Farmer
2) Ciclon Negro defeated Killer Karl Kox (17:04)
3) Western States Tag Team Champions The Beast & Butcher Brower defeated Ricky Romero & Ramon Torres via DQ (24:32) (referee: Al Lovelock)
4) World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. fought The Spartan to a double-CO in three falls

Saturday, March 27, 1971 – Television – Amarillo, TX
1) Cowboy Carlson fought Woody Farmer to a draw
2) The Spartan defeated Apache Gringo (6:03)
3) Nick Kozak & Ricky Romero fought The Beast & Butcher Brower to a draw
4) Jerry Kozak fought Salvador Dominguez to a draw

Saturday, March 27, 1971 – Rindom Hall – Liberal, KS
1) World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. vs. Seiji Sakaguchi

Monday, March 29, 1971 – Taylor County Coliseum – Abilene, TX
1) Nick Kozak fought Alex Perez to a draw
2) Jerry Kozak defeated Apache Gringo
3) Cowboy Carlson & Nick Kozak & Jerry Kozak defeated Seiji Sakaguchi & Alex Perez & Apache Gringo
4) World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. defeated The Beast in three falls

Wednesday, March 31, 1971 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) No Holds Barred: Ciclon Negro fought Ramon Torres to a draw
2) Woody Farmer defeated Apache Gringo
3) Marie Laverne defeated Sandy Parker
4) Ricky Romero & Dory Funk, Sr. & Ramon Torres defeated Ciclon Negro & The Beast & Butcher Brower in three falls

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