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Thanks Ron. I'll add those to my files. I already have added everybody else's corrections and additions. To make it easier on myself, I'll probably just start a thread called My AWA Results Mark II.



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Found this listing thru Google news Archives:

Manatee Civic Center (Palmetto, FL?)

Tue, November 11, 1986

Att: 3000

AWA/ICW Joint card

Sgt. Slaughter beat Boris Zhukov when Boris collided with Sheik Adnan and was rolled up for the pin.

Nick Bockwinkel beat Larry Zbyszko w/ a rolling reverse cradle.

Tyree Pride beat The Ninja (Keiji Mutoh?) via over-the-top-rope DQ.

Bugsy McGraw beat Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie on a walkaway countout.

Big Jim Haley beat Col. DeBeers.

Scott Williams beat Hollywood Bobby Jay by pinfall.

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One Fan Gang wrote: Found this listing thru Google news Archives:

Manatee Civic Center (Palmetto, FL?)

Tue, November 11, 1986

Att: 3000

AWA/ICW Joint card

Sgt. Slaughter beat Boris Zhukov when Boris collided with Sheik Adnan and was rolled up for the pin.

Nick Bockwinkel beat Larry Zbyszko w/ a rolling reverse cradle.

Tyree Pride beat The Ninja (Keiji Mutoh?) via over-the-top-rope DQ.

Bugsy McGraw beat Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie on a walkaway countout.

Big Jim Haley beat Col. DeBeers.

Scott Williams beat Hollywood Bobby Jay by pinfall.

Yes Palmetto and yes Keiji Mutoh.  Thanks for the card.



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September 24, 1987 Kansas City, KS (Memorial Hall)
Curt Hennig vs. Dave Peterson

Did Crockett still run Central States at this point? It says it's presented by All-Star Wrestling.



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Geigel was back to running things then.



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I took a stab at compiling the major results from the initial pages of this thread for the purposes of some win-loss and feud statistics which I posted on my website:
AWA Results

The full set of stats are there.  I wasn't exhaustive in including every match, but I did try to get the majority of the shows that were listed in the original pages of this thread.

Here's some excerpts:

Combined 1960 to the Demise
Nick Bockwinkel 2236 matches (1201-750-193, 92 other matches) = 62% win percent
Larry Hennig 2027 matches (971-720-143, 193 other matches) = 57% win percent
The Crusher 1922 matches (1329-360-141, 92 other matches) = 79% win percent
Greg Gagne 1539 matches (1097-234-157, 51 other matches) = 82% win percent
Billy Robinson 1288 matches (785-297-146, 60 other matches) = 73% win percent
Jim Brunzell 1275 matches (855-230-146, 44 other matches) = 79% win percent
Mad Dog Vachon 1196 matches (630-409-83, 74 other matches) = 61% win percent
Ray Stevens 1156 matches (671-374-65, 46 other matches) = 64% win percent
Verne Gagne 1132 matches (855-165-74, 38 other matches) = 84% win percent
Baron Von Raschke 1093 matches (559-401-90, 43 other matches) = 58% win percent
Blackjack Lanza 985 matches (470-387-76, 52 other matches) = 55% win percent
Rene Goulet 819 matches (261-386-99, 73 other matches) = 40% win percent
Jerry Blackwell 806 matches (394-298-90, 24 other matches) = 57% win percent
Kenny Jay 785 matches (50-694-28, 13 other matches) = 7% win percent
Buck Zumhofe 720 matches (289-343-71, 17 other matches) = 46% win percent
Harley Race 720 matches (410-212-45, 53 other matches) = 66% win percent
Dr X 688 matches (344-235-25, 84 other matches) = 59% win percent
Krusher Stan Kowalski 670 matches (183-374-68, 45 other matches) = 33% win percent
Bobby Duncum 646 matches (278-281-55, 32 other matches) = 50% win percent
George Gadaski 622 matches (64-516-26, 16 other matches) = 11% win percent
Bobby Heenan 614 matches (170-397-31, 16 other matches) = 30% win percent
Ken Patera 601 matches (315-214-49, 23 other matches) = 60% win percent
Red Bastien 593 matches (309-173-45, 66 other matches) = 64% win percent
Jesse Ventura 590 matches (291-234-43, 22 other matches) = 55% win percent
Wahoo McDaniel 585 matches (378-135-41, 31 other matches) = 74% win percent
Steve Olsonoski 584 matches (235-250-76, 23 other matches) = 48% win percent
Chris Markoff 568 matches (188-280-68, 32 other matches) = 40% win percent
Sgt Slaughter 550 matches (297-176-57, 20 other matches) = 63% win percent
Reggie Parks 51
6 matches (235-158-82, 41 other matches) = 60% win percent

Major Feuds
Billy Robinson vs Nick Bockwinkel: 90 singles, 132 tag matches = 222 matches
Nick Bockwinkel vs The Crusher: 81 singles, 140 tag matches = 221 matches
Greg Gagne vs Nick Bockwinkel: 84 singles, 136 tag matches = 220 matches
Billy Robinson vs Ray Stevens: 36 singles, 141 tag matches = 177 matches
Larry Hennig vs The Crusher: 46 singles, 129 tag matches = 175 matches
Bobby Heenan vs Greg Gagne: 58 singles, 85 tag matches = 143 matches
Bobby Duncum vs Jim Brunzell: 19 singles, 115 tag matches = 134 matches
Ray Stevens vs The Crusher: 25 singles, 104 tag matches = 129 matches
Mad Dog Vachon vs The Crusher: 57 singles, 68 tag matches = 125 matches
Bobby Duncum vs Greg Gagne: 10 singles, 109 tag matches = 119 matches
Bobby Heenan vs Buck Zumhofe: 74 singles, 43 tag matches = 117 matches
Jim Brunzell vs Nick Bockwinkel: 28 singles, 88 tag matches = 116 matches
Greg Gagne vs Jesse Ventura: 15 singles, 97 tag matches = 112 matches
Harley Race vs The Crusher: 29 singles, 82 tag matches = 111 matches
Blackjack Lanza vs Jim Brunzell: 13 singles, 97 tag matches = 110 matches

Highest Winning Percentages (above 75%)
The Crusher 1922 matches (1329-360-141, 92 other matches) = 79% win percent
Greg Gagne 1539 matches (1097-234-157, 51 other matches) = 82% win percent
Jim Brunzell 1275 matches (855-230-146, 44 other matches) = 79% win percent
Verne Gagne 1132 matches (855-165-74, 38 other matches) = 84% win percent
Brad Rheingans 447 matches (284-63-91, 9 other matches) = 82% win percent
Rick Martel 389 matches (272-75-33, 9 other matches) = 78% win percent
Bill Watts 380 matches (244-74-15, 47 other matches) = 77% win percent
Hulk Hogan 254 matches (194-40-18, 2 other matches) = 83% win percent
Ivan Putski 248 matches (180-46-13, 9 other matches) = 80% win percent
Pepper Gomez 243 matches (167-38-19, 19 other matches) = 81% win percent
Dino Bravo 223 matches (138-39-38, 8 other matches) = 78% win percent
Marty Jannetty 188 matches (141-32-13, 2 other matches) = 82% win percent
Shawn Michaels 155 matches (116-26-11, 2 other matches) = 82% win percent
Chris Taylor 155 matches (120-17-6, 12 other matches) = 88% win percent
Stan Lane 151 matches (107-30-11, 3 other matches) = 78% win percent
Steve Keirn 150 matches (110-26-11, 3 other matches) = 81% win percent
Pedro Morales 150 matches (99-25-20, 6 other matches) = 80% win percent
Peter Maivia 145 matches (98-32-10, 5 other matches) = 75% win percent
Andre the Giant 141 matches (100-16-16, 9 other matches) = 86% win percent
Killer Kowalski 129 matches (84-26-9, 10 other matches) = 76% win percent
Cowboy Lang 104 matches (81-8-5, 10 other matches) = 91% win percent

I've been posting a lot of these amalgamations over on the F4W/WO board for a few years and Clawmaster invited me to join this excellent board.  Thanks for the opportunity to share.

Last edited on Wed Sep 26th, 2012 09:45 pm by mookieghana

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From Championship Wrestling by Terry Justice.
July 1978 Issue

July 13, 1978
Mankato, MN

Greg Gagne beat Bob Orton, Jr.
Pat Patterson beat Jim Brunzell by DQ
Lord Hays & Super Destroyer II drew Evan Johnson & Steve Olsonoski
Blackjack Lanza pinned George Gadaski

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From the Wrestling 82 Bulletin put out by Joe Shedlock.

June 16, 1982
Moorhead, MN

Sheik Kaissey and Jerry Blackwell beat Baron Von Rashcke & Rick Martel (sub for Ray Stevens)
Ken Patera beat Brad Rheingans
Bobby Heenan beat Buck Zumhoff
Rick Martel over Sgt. Goulet

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Added both cards to my computer files.



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Jim,

As you know I've moved a lot of stuff from work and am just starting to open these boxes up.
More newsletters hopefully with new results to come.


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July-August Issue of Wrestling 1982
published by Joe Shedlock

May1, 1982
Norfolk, NE

Sheik Kaissey beat Baron Von Rashcke by DQ
Jim Brunzell over Sgt. Goulet
Brad Rheingans beat Herman Schaefer
Evan Johnson beat Kenny Jay

May 9, 1982
Beloit, WI

Baron Von Rashcke & Tito Santana beat Sheik Kaissey & Jerry Blackwell by DQ
Jim Brunzell beat Ken Patera
Brad Rheingans drew Bobby Duncum
Sgt. Goulet beat Tom Stone

May 16, 1982
Monona, WI (night show) day show held in Brillion, WI

Jerry Blackwell pinned Baron Von Rashcke
Tito Santana & Buck Zumhoff beat Bobby Duncum & Bobby Heenan
Tiny Thumb & Lone Eagle beat Little Tokyo & Billy the Kid in a midgets match
Sgt. Goulet drew Brad Rheingans


Full Denver Card for April 10, 1982

Greg Gagne beat Nick Bockwinkel by DQ
Hulk Hogan & Baron Von Rashcke over Jerry Blackwell & Sheik Kaissey
Jim Brunzell over Ken Patera by COR
Brad Rheingans drew Bobby Duncum
Buck Zumhoff over Bulldog Bob Brown




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Jim,

I just got some programs from Chicago, 1967 and the seller included the newspaper results clippings with the attendance as part of the package. First time I was ever able to get clippings with the programs.

All 1967

January 6
7,185

February 20
5,325
$13, 806

March 11
9,812

April 15
11,425

May 5
6,245


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Chitown Rich wrote: July-August Issue of Wrestling 1982
published by Joe Shedlock

May1, 1982
Norfolk, NE

Sheik Kaissey beat Baron Von Rashcke by DQ
Jim Brunzell over Sgt. Goulet
Brad Rheingans beat Herman Schaefer
Evan Johnson beat Kenny Jay

May 9, 1982
Beloit, WI

Baron Von Rashcke & Tito Santana beat Sheik Kaissey & Jerry Blackwell by DQ
Jim Brunzell beat Ken Patera
Brad Rheingans drew Bobby Duncum
Sgt. Goulet beat Tom Stone

May 16, 1982
Monona, WI (night show) day show held in Brillion, WI

Jerry Blackwell pinned Baron Von Rashcke
Tito Santana & Buck Zumhoff beat Bobby Duncum & Bobby Heenan
Tiny Thumb & Lone Eagle beat Little Tokyo & Billy the Kid in a midgets match
Sgt. Goulet drew Brad Rheingans


Full Denver Card for April 10, 1982

Greg Gagne beat Nick Bockwinkel by DQ
Hulk Hogan & Baron Von Rashcke over Jerry Blackwell & Sheik Kaissey
Jim Brunzell over Ken Patera by COR
Brad Rheingans drew Bobby Duncum
Buck Zumhoff over Bulldog Bob Brown


You gave me this newsletter the last time I saw you. Fun time with all the Illinois Boys and your pal The Brute.



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Chitown Rich wrote: Jim,

I just got some programs from Chicago, 1967 and the seller included the newspaper results clippings with the attendance as part of the package. First time I was ever able to get clippings with the programs.

All 1967

March 11
9,812

April 15
11,425

This is great. Here's something I've wanted to ask you since I read Jimmy Valiant's book again recently. Valiant wrote in his book that Bruiser, Verne & Luce would add seats to the Amphitheatre for big shows. Did you ever notice there were seats added to the cards you attended at the Amphitheatre?

Wikipedia not the best source and other places claim the Amphitheatre only seated 9,000 for wrestling. Yet I see the numbers quoted above and in other places like George Lentz's Crusher record book and pre WWA/AWA cards that are more than 9,000.

We need to get Redman to ask Sharon Luce about it. 



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Jim,

They definitely added seats.
There were even bleachers a few times on the west side of the Amphitheatre.
I think the bleachers only were a few times because they would shake and sway. Pete the Pup or Mr. Piledriver would remember more too.

Other times they would just add folding chairs and if you were toward the back of them you would have a terrible view if everyone stood up as they usually did. That's the reasons why the attendances vary so much and a SRO could be anywhere from around 9000 and up depending on the advance sale. But there was always a huge walk up crowd and sometimes it would be tough to gauge a turnout.
I remember and Ox vs Bruiser Chain Match where I was lucky that I knew the usher or I would have been shut out.

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