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Wednesday, January 4, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Ray Gunkel drew Dr. Jerry Graham (15:00)
2. Alvaro Velazco beat Larry Chene
3. Duke Keomuka drew Len Hughes (20:00)
4. Tonina (sub. Doug Donovan) beat Skull Murphy via dq
5. Danny McShain beat Rocky Columbo
i. McShain > Columbo (13:30)
ii. Columbo > McShain (9:59)
iii. McShain > Columbo (2:30)

Wednesday, January 11, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,386; $2,194.50)
1. 10 man battle royal: Luigi Macera beat Doug Donovan, Dr. Jerry Graham, Tony Borne, Sugi Sito, Alvaro Velazco, Skull Murphy, Ray Gunkel, Danny McShain and Rocky Columbo
2. Danny McShain beat Rocky Columbo
3. Skull Murphy beat Ray Gunkel
4. Sugi Sito drew Alvaro Velazco
5. Dr. Jerry Graham beat Tony Borne
6. Luigi Macera nc Doug Donovan (referee: Otto Kuss)

Wednesday, January 18, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,006; $3,073.25)
1. Ray Gunkel drew Dr. Jerry Graham (20:00)
2. Alvaro Velazco beat Kinji Shibuya via dq (8:25)
3. Sugi Sito beat Doug Donovan (7:59)
4. Luigi Macera drew Skull Murphy (20:00)
5. Danny McShain beat Texas Heavyweight Champion Pepper Gomez (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. McShain > Gomez (16:20)
ii. Gomez > McShain (7:30)
iii. Gomez was disqualified (6:44)

Wednesday, January 25, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,383; $2,006.25)
1. Doug Donovan beat Rocky Columbo via dq
2. Luigi Macera beat Skull Murphy
3. Pepper Gomez beat Tiny Mills (12:03)
4. Danny McShain beat Johnny Bence
5. Sugi Sito beat Kinji Shibuya
i. Shibuya > Sito
ii. Sito > Shibuya
iii. Shibuya was disqualified

Wednesday, February 1, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Luigi Macera beat Doug Donovan
2. Rocky Columbo beat Tiny Mills
3. Kinji Shibuya beat Johnny Bence
4. Sugi Sito beat Skull Murphy via dq
5. No disqualification: Texas Heavyweight Champion Pepper Gomez beat Danny McShain (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. Gomez > McShain (21:39)
ii. McShain > Gomez (6:53)
iii. Gomez > McShain

Wednesday, February 8, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,729; $2,575.00)
1. Dr. Jerry Graham drew Sugi Sito
2. Skull Murphy beat Alvaro Velazco
3. Johnny Bence beat Tiny Mills
4. Luigi Macera beat Kinji Shibuya via dq
5. Danny McShain beat Rocky Columbo to win the vacant Brass Knuckles Title
i. McShain > Columbo
ii. Columbo > McShain
iii. McShain > Columbo (4:01)

Wednesday, February 15, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Skull Murphy beat Alvaro Velazco (12:46)
2. Rocky Columbo beat George Bollas (11:20)
3. Johnny Bence beat Kinji Shibuya via dq
4. Luigi Macera beat Dr. Jerry Graham (14:52)
5. Brass Knuckles Champion Danny McShain drew Duke Keomuka (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. -
ii. –
iii. No contest

Wednesday, February 22, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,603; $2,490.25)
1. Len Hughes drew Johnny Bence
2. Dr. Jerry Graham drew Alvaro Velazco
3. Luigi Macera drew Clyde Steeves
4. Pepper Gomez beat Skull Murphy via dq (referee: Otto Kuss)
5. Duke Keomuka & Kinji Shibuya beat Danny McShain & Rocky Columbo
i. Keomuka > Columbo
ii. McShain > Keomuka
iii. Keomuka > Columbo

Wednesday, February 29, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,016; $3,085;75)
1. Clyde Steeves beat Dr. Jerry Graham (14:05)
2. Danny McShain beat Johnny Bence (12:00)
3. Duke Keomuka beat Rocky Columbo (17:30)
4. Pepper Gomez drew Kinji Shibuya (20:00)
5. Prince Maiava beat Skull Murphy
i. Maiava > Murphy (7:55)
ii. Murphy was disqualified

Wednesday, March 7, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,878; $2,899.00)
1. Johnny Bence drew Bill Savage (15:00)
2. Cowboy Carlson beat Joe Christy (13:07)
3. Prince Maiava ddq Kinji Shibuya (referee: Otto Kuss)
4. Duke Keomuka drew Clyde Steeves (20:00)
5. Texas Heavyweight Champion Pepper Gomez beat Skull Murphy
i. Gomez > Murphy
ii. Murphy > Gomez
iii. Gomez > Murphy

Wednesday, March 14, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,477; $2,162.00)
1. Joe Christy beat Johnny Bence
2. Kinji Shibuya beat Cowboy Carlson
3. Duke Keomuka beat Clyde Steeves
4. Prince Maiava beat Bill Savage
5. Bull Curry beat Skull Murphy
i. Murphy > Curry
ii. Curry > Murphy (4:45)
iii. Curry > Murphy (5:25)

Wednesday, March 21, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,003; $3,035.75)
1. Bill Savage drew Alvaro Velazco (15:00)
2. Ray Gunkel drew Joe Christy (20:00)
3. Cyclone Anaya beat Skull Murphy via dq (6:15)
4. Bull Curry beat Dick Raines (7:35)
5. Duke Keomuka & Kinji Shibuya beat Prince Maiava & Cowboy Carlson
i. Keomuka > Carlson (15:30)
ii. Carlson > ??? (7:00)
iii. Shibuya > Carlson (8:10)

Wednesday, March 28, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,718; $2,618.00)
1. Cowboy Carlson beat Don Evans via decision (15:00)
2. Clyde Steeves beat Kinji Shibuya via dq (12:58)
3. Cyclone Anaya beat Skull Murphy (9:50)
4. Duke Keomuka drew Len Hughes (20:00)
5. Bull Curry beat Prince Maiava
i. Curry > Maiava (6:30)
ii. Maiava > Curry (4:30)
iii. Maiava was disqualified (5:37)

Wednesday, April 4, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,012; $3,033.00)
1. Tournament, Round 1: Sammy Berg beat Ray Gunkel via coin toss (15:00)
2. Tournament, Round 1: Clyde Steeves beat Cowboy Carlson via coin toss (15:00)
3. Tournament, Round 1: Don Evans beat Prince Maiava (6:50)
4. Tournament, Round 1: Duke Keomuka beat George Drake (11:50)
5. Tournament, Round 1: Pepper Gomez beat Skull Murphy (8:07)
6. Tournament, Round 1: Bull Curry beat Len Hughes (5:59)
7. Tournament, Round 2: Duke Keomuka beat Clyde Steeves (7:50)
8. Tournament, Round 2: Pepper Gomez beat Don Evans via dq (6:11)
9. Tournament, Round 2: Bull Curry beat Sammy Berg (6:55)
10. Tournament, Semi-Final: Pepper Gomez beat Duke Keomuka (12:45)
11. Tournament, Final: Bull Curry beat Pepper Gomez (6:07)

Wednesday, April 11, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,935; $3,878.00)
1. George Drake drew Ray Stern (15:00)
2. Don Evans ddq Prince Maiava (referee: Otto Kuss)
3. Cyclone Anaya beat Bill Savage (15:25)
4. Duke Keomuka beat Len Hughes (14:01)
5. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Whipper Billy Watson beat Bull Curry
i. Watson > Curry (8:40)
ii. Curry > Watson (7:45)
iii. Watson > Curry (9:55)

Wednesday, April 18, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Luigi Macera drew Ray Stern (15:00)
2. George Drake beat Joe Christy via dq (referee: Otto Kuss)
3. Handicap match: Cyclone Anaya beat Bill Savage (had to win in 15 minutes) (15:00)
4. Don Evans beat Hugh McKenzie (8:17)
5. Texas Heavyweight Champion Pepper Gomez beat Bull Curry
i. Curry > Gomez
ii. Gomez > Curry
iii. Gomez > Curry

Wednesday, April 25, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,002; $3,045.00)
1. Ruffy Silverstein drew George Drake (15:00)
2. Nanjo Singh beat Alvaro Velazco (1:20)
3. Bull Curry drew Luigi Macera (15:00)
4. Don Evans drew Pepper Gomez (15:00)
5. Cyclone Anaya beat Joe Christy via dq
6. Pepper Gomez, Cyclone Anaya & Luigi Macera beat Bull Curry, Don Evans & Joe Christy
i. Anaya > Evans
ii. Bull, Evans & Christy won
iii. Macera > Christy

Wednesday, May 2, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Luigi Macera drew George Drake (15:00)
2. Cyclone Anaya beat Bill Savage
3. Pepper Gomez drew Iron Mike DiBiase (20:00)
4. Bull Curry beat Nanjo Singh (5:36)
i. Curry > Singh
ii. Curry > Singh
5. Joe Christy beat Otto Kuss
i. Christy > Kuss
ii. Kuss > Christy
iii. Christy > Kuss

Wednesday, May 9, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,417; $1,934.75)
1. Danno McDonald drew Luigi Macera (15:00)
2. Iron Mike DiBiase beat George Drake (10:20)
3. Cyclone Anaya beat Bull Curry
4. Pepper Gomez drew Joe Christy
5. Don Evans beat Otto Kuss (8:59)
6. Pepper Gomez, Cyclone Anaya beat Otto Kuss beat Joe Christy, Bull Curry & Don Evans
i. Evans > Gomez
ii. Gomez > Christy
iii. Anaya > Christy

Wednesday, May 16, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,809; $2,804.50)
1. Iron Mike DiBiase beat Ray Gunkel (14:25)
2. Danno McDonald beat Duke Keomuka via dq
3. Pepper Gomez beat Joe Christy (16:30)
4. Mars Bennett beat Belle Starr (8:25)
5. Don Evans beat Cyclone Anaya
i. Evans > Anaya (14:25)
ii. Anaya > Evans (7:45)
iii. Evans > Anaya (4:22)

Wednesday, May 23, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Danno McDonald drew Iron Mike DiBiase (15:00)
2. Cyclone Anaya beat Joe Christy (13:25)
3. Ramon Torres beat Duke Keomuka (0:57)
4. Luther Lindsay beat Ricky Waldo (19:12)
5. World Women’s Champion June Byers beat Mars Bennett
i. Byers > Bennett (6:40)
ii. Byers > Bennett (5:05)
6. Don Evans beat Luigi Macera
i. Evans > Macera (10:05)
ii. Macera > Evans (6:33)
iii. Evans > Macera (7:33)

Wednesday, May 30, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Len Rossi drew Iron Mike DiBiase (15:00)
2. Duke Keomuka beat Danno McDonald (12:05)
3. Ramon Torres beat Jack Vansky (5:01)
4. Luigi Macera drew Jack O’Reilly (20:00)
5. Texas Heavyweight Champion Pepper Gomez beat Don Evans
i. Gomez > Evans (8:50)
ii. Evans > Gomez (10:30)
iii. Gomez > Evans (7:05)

Wednesday, June 6, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Len Rossi drew Lou “Shoulders” Newman (15:00)
2. Danno McDonald beat Don Evans via dq (17:03)
3. Buddy Rogers beat George Drake (12:05)
4. Larry Chene drew Jack O’Reilly (20:00)
5. Ramon Torres beat Duke Keomuka
i. Torres > Keomuka (11:00)
ii. Keomuka > Torres (8:30)
iii. Torres > Keomuka (5:17)

Wednesday, June 13, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,460; $1,927.75)
1. Lou “Shoulders” Newman beat Danno McDonald (14:01)
2. Duke Keomuka beat Jack O’Reilly (11:45)
3. Buddy Rogers beat Edmund Francis (12:40)
4. Larry Chene drew George Drake (20:00)
5. Ramon Torres beat Don Evans
i. Torres > Evans (11:59)
ii. Evans > Torres (5:39)
iii. Torres > Evans (5:15)

Wednesday, June 20, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,612, $2,375.75)
1. Larry Chene beat Martino Angelo (14:25)
2. Jack O’Reilly drew Don Evans (20:00)
3. Edmund Francis drew Lou “Shoulders” Newman (20:00)
4. Tiny Tim beat Tom Thumb (9:00)
5. Ramon Torres beat Danny McShain
i. Torres > McShain (9:15)
ii. McShain > Torres (1:59)
iii. McShain was disqualified

Wednesday, June 27, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Al Kashey drew Larry Chene (15:00)
2. Ian Campbell beat Jack O’Reilly via dq
3. Edmund Francis beat Steve Stanlee (12:07)
4. George Drake beat Don Evans (14:26)
5. Lou “Shoulders” Newman beat Len Rossi (6:30)
6. Handicap match: Ramon Torres beat Buddy Rogers (had to win 2 straight falls)
i. Rogers > Torres (6:15)
ii. Torres > Rogers (16:27)

Wednesday, July 4, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Al Kashey beat Len Rossi (9:48)
2. Tony Martin beat Larry Chene via dq (8:49)
3. George Drake beat Jack O’Reilly (12:30)
4. Leo Garibaldi (sub. Lou “Shoulders” Newman) beat Duke Keomuka via dq
5. Texas Heavyweight Champion Buddy Rogers drew Ramon Torres (90:00)
i. Torres > Rogers (32:50)
ii. Rogers > Torres (30:45)
iii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, July 11, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,280; $1,844.25)
1. Jack O’Reilly drew Len Rossi (15:00)
2. Johnny Valentine beat Larry Chene (12:49)
3. Lou “Shoulders” Newman beat Ian Campbell (8:25)
4. Buddy Rogers beat Al Kashey (11:59)
5. Duke Keomuka & Tony Martin beat George Drake & Leo Garibaldi
i. Martin > Garibaldi (9:45)
ii. Drake > Martin (9:49)
iii. Keomuka > Drake (11:46)

Wednesday, July 18, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,985; $3,037.25)
1. Jim LaRock beat George Drake (12:42)
2. Len Rossi beat Tony Martin via dq (13:34)
3. Duke Keomuka beat Al Kashey (14:59)
4. Jerry Woods beat Lou “Shoulders” Newman (12:30)
5. Ramon Torres beat Texas Heavyweight Champion Buddy Rogers
i. –
ii. –
iii. Rogers was disqualified

Wednesday, July 25, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Jack O’Reilly drew Jim LaRock (15:00)
2. Buddy Rogers beat Leo Garibaldi (14:35)
3. Johnny Valentine drew George Drake (20:00)
4. Danny McShain beat Jerry Woods (5:26)
5. Duke Keomuka & Tony Martin drew Pepper Gomez & Ramon Torres (60:00)
i. Martin > Gomez (23:44)
ii. Torres > Keomuka (9:00)
iii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, August 1, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,493; $2,386.50)
1. Danny Plechas beat Len Rossi (11:47)
2. Ramon Torres beat Jack O’Reilly (11:47)
3. Jerry Woods beat Johnny Valentine via dq (11:12)
4. Tony Martin drew Al Kashey (20:00)
5. Buddy Rogers beat Danny McShain
i. Rogers > McShain (6:08)
ii. McShain > Rogers (5:48)
iii. McShain was counted out

Wednesday, August 8, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,575; $2,510.75)
1. Jerry Woods drew Danny Plechas (15:00)
2. Johnny Valentine beat Iron Mike DiBiase (14:47)
3. Tony Martin beat Al Kashey (21:27)
4. Danny McShain beat Larry Chene (13:35)
5. Ramon Torres beat Buddy Rogers
i. Rogers > Torres (6:49)
ii. Torres > Rogers (9:48)
iii. Torres > Rogers (5:17)

Wednesday, August 15, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Al Kashey beat John Smith (14:59)
2. Al Smith drew Larry Chene (20:00)
3. Tony Martin beat Raul “Chico” Casasola (8:27)
4. Danny McShain ddq Johnny Valentine (6:30)
5. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Whipper Billy Watson beat Ramon Torres
i. Torres > Watson (11:40)
ii. Watson > Torres (10:35)
iii. Watson > Torres (9:43)

Wednesday, August 22, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Maurice LaPointe beat Jerry Woods (12:15)
2. Al Kashey & Larry Chene beat Al Smith & John Smith (16:15)
3. Danny McShain ddq Johnny Valentine (6:49)
4. Pepper Gomez beat Tony Martin
i. Martin > Gomez (13:48)
ii. Gomez > Martin (9:49)
iii. Martin was disqualified (6:43)

Wednesday, August 29, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Jim LaRock (sub. Larry Chene) drew Maurice LaPointe (15:00)
2. Al Kashey drew Raul “Chico” Casasola (20:00)
3. Tony Martin beat Bob Hood (11:14)
4. Pepper Gomez beat Duke Keomuka
5. Impromptu match: Tony Martin beat Pepper Gomez (2:18)
6. Loser leaves town: Johnny Valentine beat Danny McShain
i. Valentine > McShain (13:43)
ii. McShain > Valentine (0:28)
iii. Valentine > McShain (3:00)
7. Handicap match: Ramon Zavalza beat Johnny Valentine (had to win 3 straight falls) (10:00)
i. Valentine > Zavalza
ii. Valentine > Zavalza
iii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, September 5, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Jim LaRock drew Maurice LaPointe (15:00)
2. Johnny Valentine beat Al Kashey (10:31)
3. Leo Garibaldi drew Raul “Chico” Casasola (20:00)
4. Mal Brenner beat Babe Zaharias (6:43)
5. Pepper Gomez beat Tony Martin
i. Martin was disqualified (15:19)
ii. Gomez pinned Martin (7:52)

Wednesday, September 12, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Red Donovan drew Jim LaRock (15:00)
2. Maurice LaPointe beat The Sheik via dq (5:33)
3. Pepper Gomez drew Doug Donovan (20:00)
4. Big Humphrey beat Tony Martin (9:30)
5. Stu Gibson beat Johnny Valentine
i. Gibson > Valentine (6:53)
ii. Valentine > Gibson (6:07)
iii. Gibson > Valentine (8:17)

Wednesday, September 19, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. The Sheik beat Raul “Chico” Casasola (11:30)
2. Jim LaRock beat Jose Castillo (11:50)
3. Maurice LaPointe beat Doug Donovan via dq (8:30)
4. Suni War Cloud beat Red Donovan
5. Stu Gibson beat Big Humphrey
i. Gibson > Humphrey (11:35)
ii. Humphrey > Gibson (4:40)
iii. Gibson > Humphrey (3:45)

Wednesday, September 26, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,815; $2,831.50)
1. The Sheik beat Johnny Bence (12:11)
2. Doug Donovan beat Jim LaRock (15:35)
3. Maurice LaPointe beat Stu Gibson via dq (12:14)
4. El Medico dco Ray Gunkel (9:38) (referee: Dick Raines)
5. Lou Thesz drew Suni War Cloud (60:00)
i. Thesz > War Cloud (15:25)
ii. War Cloud > Thesz (6:37)
iii. The time limit expired

Wednesday, October 3, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,957, $3,021.00)
1. Leo Garibaldi beat The Sheik via dq (8:22) (referee: Dick Raines)
2. El Medico beat Red Donovan (8:17)
3. Stu Gibson beat Jerry Woods (16:22)
4. Olga Zepeda beat LeeChona LaClaire (7:35)
5. Suni War Cloud beat Doug Donovan
i. War Cloud was counted out (8:13)
ii. War Cloud > Donovan (7:19)
iii. War Cloud > Donovan (6:29)

Wednesday, October 10, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,014; $3,081.25)
1. El Medico beat The Sheik (6:47)
2. Gene Kelly beat Jerry Woods (10:42)
3. Doug Donovan beat Leo Garibaldi (13:14)
4. Olga Zepeda & Libby Gonzales beat June Byers & Dot Dotson (Zepeda > Dotson) (12:45)
5. Suni War Cloud beat Stu Gibson (referee: Dick Raines)
i. War Cloud > Gibson (10:40)
ii. Gibson > War Cloud (7:17)
iii. Gibson was disqualified (7:44)

Wednesday, October 17, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,556; $2,466.25)
1. Big Humphrey beat Red Donovan (8:17)
2. Leo Garibaldi beat Jim LaRock (7:39)
3. El Medico beat Gene Kelly (9:05)
4. Doug Donovan beat Jerry Woods (12:33)
5. The Sheik & Stu Gibson beat Suni War Cloud & Dick Raines
i. Gibson > Raines (7:40)
ii. Raines > Gibson (7:55)
iii. Sheik > Raines (8:41)

Wednesday, October 24, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Leo Garibaldi drew Red Donovan (15:00)
2. El Medico beat Doug Donovan (9:21)
3. Len Crosby beat Lou Klein (11:38)
4. Sky Low Low beat Tito Infante (10:32)
5. The Sheik nc Suni War Cloud (8:17)
6. Fight to the Finish: Stu Gibson beat Dick Raines (45:00)

Wednesday, October 31, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,713; $2,663.00)
1. Duke Keomuka beat Suni War Cloud (15:40)
2. Herb Freeman beat Len Crosby via dq (10:12)
3. The Sheik beat Red Donovan (14:29)
4. Amazing Zuma & Cowboy Bradley beat Doug Donovan & Sky Low Low (Bradley > Sky Low Low) (17:13)
5. El Medico beat Stu Gibson (referee: Otto Kuss)
i. Medico > Gibson (8:37)
ii. Gibson > Medico (11:32)
iii. Medico > Gibson (1:47)

Wednesday, November 7, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,962; $2,929.35)
1. The Sheik drew Len Crosby (15:00)
2. Tarzan Tourville beat Tony Martin via dq
3. Stu Gibson beat Herb Freeman (14:16)
4. Amazing Zuma beat Doug Donovan (16:19)
5. El Medico beat Duke Keomuka
i. Medico > Keomuka (10:13)
ii. Keomuka > Medico (8:59)
iii. Keomuka was disqualified

Wednesday, November 14, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. The Sheik beat Herb Freeman (10:54)
2. Larry Chene drew Doug Donovan (20:00)
3. Amazing Zuma beat Len Crosby (6:22)
4. Tarzan Tourville beat Stu Gibson via dq (9:32)
5. El Medico & Tonina beat Duke Keomuka & Tony Martin
i. Medico > Martin (9:52)
ii. Keomuka > Tonina (10:03)
iii. Tonina > Martin (9:09)

Wednesday, November 21, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (2,191; $3,152)
1. Herb Freeman beat Eddie Montemayor (11:54)
2. Sam Steamboat nc The Sheik (8:32)
3. Doug Donovan & Red Donovan drew Amazing Zuma & Larry Chene (20:00)
4. Stu Gibson beat Tonina (8:28)
5. Texas Heavyweight Champion El Medico beat Duke Keomuka
i. Medico > Keomuka (9:37)
ii. Keomuka > Medico (6:51)
iii. Medico > Keomuka (8:43)

Wednesday, November 28, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Sam Steamboat beat Red Donovan (14:07)
2. Duke Keomuka beat Larry Chene (11:16)
3. Doug Donovan beat Big Humphrey (10:48)
4. Stu Gibson beat Amazing Zuma (13:57)
5. El Medico beat Bull Curry
i. Curry > Medico (10:23)
ii. Medico > Curry (7:28)
iii. Medico > Curry (8:53)

Wednesday, December 5, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon
1. Amazing Zuma beat Red Donovan (14:47)
2. Sam Steamboat drew Doug Donovan (20:00)
3. Bull Curry beat Big Humphrey (10:13)
4. Tonina beat Duke Keomuka via dq
5. El Medico beat Stu Gibson
i. Gibson > Medico (12:57)
ii. Medico > Gibson (8:45)
iii. Gibson was disqualified

Wednesday, December 12, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,943)
1. Tournament, Round 1: Bull Curry beat Jose Guadalupe (8:53)
2. Tournament, Round 1: Amazing Zuma beat Red Donovan (8:05)
3. Tournament, Round 1: Pepper Gomez beat Maurice Vachon via coin toss (15:00)
4. Tournament, Round 1: Stu Gibson beat Tony Olivas (7:55)
5. Tournament, Round 1: Duke Keomuka beat Judo Jack Terry (6:31)
6. Tournament, Round 1: Tonina beat Doug Donovan (6:21)
7. Tournament, Round 2: Bull Curry beat Amazing Zuma via coin toss (15:00)
8. Tournament, Round 2: Pepper Gomez beat Stu Gibson (9:12)
9. Tournament, Round 2: Duke Keomuka beat Tonina (8:23)
10. Tournament, Semi-Final: Pepper Gomez beat Bull Curry (9:20)
11. Tournament, Final: Pepper Gomez beat Duke Keomuka (10:34)

Wednesday, December 19, 1956
San Antonio, TX – Wrestlethon (1,548; $3,275.00)
1. Sam Steamboat beat Tony Olivas (13:31)
2. Tonina ddq Maurice Vachon
3. Duke Keomuka drew Amazing Zuma (20:00)
4. Otto Kuss beat Stu Gibson via dq (11:42)
5. NWA World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz beat Pepper Gomez
i. Gomez > Thesz
ii. Thesz > Gomez (11:48)
iii. Thesz > Gomez (2:32)



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