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 Posted: Sat Jun 7th, 2014 05:01 am
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How many were there? The lineups?

Before "PPV" this was how they thought they were going to make big money - assemble a super-card and bring in a huge gate.

Interested in the Shea cards, Roosevelt Stadium, Orange Bowl, Fenway park, Comiskey Park and anywhere else that may have hosted their own "superbowl" of wrestling

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9/1/72 Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
AWA Champion Verne Gagne beat Ivan Koloff
Steel Cage Match, Special Referee: Jersey Joe Walcott
Dick the Bruiser & the Crusher beat Blackjack Lanza & Blackjack Mulligan

AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens beat Billy Robinson & Wilbur Snyder
Dusty Rhodes beat Wahoo McDaniel
Handicap Match
Andre Rousimoff beat Larry Hennig & Butcher Vachon
Baron Von Raschke beat Billy Red Cloud
Bobo Johnson beat Little Bruiser
Sailor Art Thomas beat Hans Hermann
Ramon Torres beat Angelo Poffo
Rene Goulet beat Don Muraco
att: 12,000

9/7/74 Chicago, IL @ Comiskey Park
AWA Champion Verne Gagne beat Billy Robinson COR
The Sheik & Bobby Heenan beat Dick the Bruiser & Bobo Brazil
The Crusher & Ivan Putski & Larry Hennig beat Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens & Superstar Billy Graham when Hennig pinned Graham after an “Axe”
Chris Taylor beat Ox Baker dq
Pepper Gomez no contest Baron Von Raschke
Wilbur Snyder beat Sgt. Jacques Goulet
Kim Duk beat Jim Brunzell
Greg Gagne drew Buddy Wolff
Vivian Vachon beat Lucille DuPree

8/27/76 Chicago, IL @ Comiskey Park
Cage match
AWA Tag Team Champions Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Duncum beat Dick the Bruiser & the Crusher in “about 10 minutes”
AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel ddq Andre the Giant in 20:00
Wilbur Snyder & Greg Gagne & Jim Brunzell beat Baron Von Raschke & Mad Dog Vachon & Ox Baker when Brunzell pinned Vachon in 19:20
Moose Cholak beat Buddy Wolff via pin in 8:46 after an El Squasho
Peter Maivia beat Kim Duk via pin in 14:00
Art Thomas beat Bounty Hunter I dq in 10:13 when manager Jim Kent & Bounty Hunter II interfered
Pepper Gomez beat Johnny Starr via pin with a sunset flip in 10:00
Bounty Hunter II beat Bobby Bold Eagle via pin in 11:08
Att: 12,000

The cage match in 1972 between Bruiser & Crusher vs Lanza & Mulligan was the culmination of a huge feud. It was THE feud when I was a kid. Heenan evenpked after the match. And of course there was plenty of blood.



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6/24/72 Irving, TX @ Texas Stadium
NWA Champion Dory Funk Jr drew Fritz Von Erich when the time limit expired in the 3rd fall
1. Funk beat Von Erich by submission with a spinning toe hold
2. Von Erich beat Funk with his Iron claw
3. The Time limit expired before either man could score another fall
Midget Champion Lord Littlebrook beat Cowboy Lang
Billy Red Lyons beat The Spoiler to capture the American Heavyweight Title
Crusher Stan Stasiak beat Red Bastien to capture the Texas State Heavyweight Title
Bearcat Wright won a special 8-man Russian Roulette battle royal
(Wright won $2,000)
(wrestlers in the event: Joe Blanchard, Pedro Godoy, Apache Gringo, Gory Guerrero, Dean Ho, Frank Monte, Mike Paidousis)
Mil Mascaras beat The Alaskan Mike York
El Santo & Jose Lothario beat Terry Funk & Mr. Fuji
George Scott drew Tommy Seigler
Att: 26,339 fans, gate: $80,000
Note: This was reportedly the first wrestling program at Texas Stadium and the largest wrestling crowd in local wrestling history.



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From Jason Campbell's awesome site at prowrestlinghistory.com,

Showdown at Shea 1972

September 30, 1972 in Flushing, NY
Shea Stadium drawing 22,508 ($140,923)

    Little Beaver & Little Louie beat Pew Wee Adams & Sonny Boy Hayes (8:25).

    El Olimpico beat Chuck O'Conner (5:15) via DQ.

    Jack Brisco beat Mr. Fuji (14:07).

    Gorilla Monsoon beat Ernie Ladd (20:00).

    Sonny King & Jay Strongbow beat Lou Albano & The Spoiler (4:28).

    World Women's Champ Fabulous Moolah beat Debbie Johnson (7:27).

    WWWF World Champ Pedro Morales drew Bruno Sammartino (65:00).


Showdown at Shea 1976

June 25, 1976 in Flushing, NY
Shea Stadium drawing 32,000 ($400,000)

    Ivan Putski beat Baron Scicluna.

    Jose Gonzales drew Kevin Sullivan (20:00).

    WWWF Tag Champs Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf beat The Executioners in three falls.
        The Executioners were DQed in the third fall.

    Andre the Giant beat Chuck Wepner (1:15 - 3rd) via countout in a "wrestler vs boxer" match.

    WWWF World Champ Bruno Sammartino beat Stan Hansen (10:19) via countout.

    Antonio Inoki drew Muhammad Ali (15 Rnds) in a "wrestler vs boxer" match. This occurred in Tokyo, Japan and was shown on closed circuit TV. Due to time zone differences this match actually occurred on June 26, 1976.



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Fairly certain, I got all these from Jason's site.

7/17/76 New Orleans, LA @ The Superdome
NWA Champion Terry Funk beat Bill Watts 0-1 utc on account of blood
Jim Bowie Hooded Death match
Dick Murdoch beat Killer Karl Kox
Andre the Giant & Buck Robley beat Ken Patera & Bob Sweetan
Dick the Bruiser ddq Abdullah the Butcher
Bobo Johnson & Farmer Pete beat Little Tokyo & Billy the Red
Grizzly Smith beat Seigfried Stanke
Nelson Royal beat Ron Starr
Ted DiBiase & Jay Clayton beat Randy Tyler & Bobby Jaggers
Pat Barrett beat Tom Jones
att: 17,000, gate: $75,000


4/1/78 New Orleans, LA @ Superdome
NWA Champion Harley Race beat Dusty Rhodes dq
North American Champion Ernie Ladd beat Andre the Giant dq
Thunderbolt Patterson beat Stan Hansen to win the Mid-South Brass Knuckles Title
Vicki Williams & Joyce Grable drew Leilani Kai & Pepper Labianco
Indian Strap Match
Steven Little Bear beat The Assassin dq
Paul Orndorff beat The Brute
Ray Candy beat Scandor Akbar
Eric the Red beat Randy Tyler
The Avenger beat The Turk
Kurt Von Hess & Seigfried Stanke beat Igor Putski & Rick McGraw
att: 20,000

7/22/78 New Orleans, LA @ Superdome
Steel Cage match
Ray Candy beat Ernie Ladd
North American Champion Paul Orndorff beat Bruiser Brody
Steven Little Bear & Eric the Red beat The Assassin & The Brute
Dusty Rhodes beat Superstar Billy Graham
Wenona Littleheart won a women's battle royal.
Also in the match were: Kitty Adams, Fabulous Moolah, Suzetta Ferrera, Joyce Grable, Leilani Kai, Marie Laverne, Pepper Lobianca, Angel Vachon, and Vicki Williams.
Jose Lothario beat Jerry Brown
Bobby Jaggers beat Brian Blair
Ron Bass beat Randy Tyler
Mike George beat The Angel
att: 31,000, gate: $142,675

12/25/78 New Orleans, LA @ Superdome
Jim Shields vs Bill Irwin
European Champion Karl Von Krupp vs Bob Markus
Jerry Stubbs beat Assassin I to win the Louisiana Title
Ron Bass beat Killer Karl Kox to win Brass Knuckles Title
Ernie Ladd beat Ray Candy via forfeit to win the North American Title
Jack Vrisco & Jerry Brisco beat Terry Latham & Ricky Fields
Ernie Ladd & Stan Hansen beat The Angel & Gama Singh
Wahoo McDaniel & Jim Shields beat The Assassins
Bobby Jaggers & Jerry Brown beat Randy Tyler & Mike George
Andre the Giant & Dusty Rhodes beat Ron Bass & Ron Slinker
Ernie Ladd & Stan Hansen beat Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco
Bobby Jaggers & Jerry Brown beat Wahoo McDaniel & Jim Shields
Andre the Giant & Dusty Rhodes beat Bobby Jaggers & Jerry Brown
Andre the Giant & Dusty Rhodes beat Ernie Ladd & Stan Hansen to win the vacant U.S. Tag Team Title. Danny Hodge was the special referee.
Gate: $78,000

7/21/79 New Orleans, LA @ Superdome
Steel Cage match
Louisiana Tag Team Champions Bill Watts & Buck Robley beat The Assassin & The Angel to win the U.S. Tag Title
North American Champion Mr. Wrestling II beat Ernie Ladd
Dusty Rhodes beat Killer Karl Kox
Angelo Mosca beat Paul Orndorff
Mike Sharpe beat Ivan Koloff
Vicki Williams won a battle royal
Charlie Cook beat Luke Graham
Jerry Oates beat Tank Patton
John Tolos & Mike George beat Stan Lane & Billy Starr
Mike Bowyer beat Ken Lucas



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1/25/78 Miami, FL @ Orange Bowl
NWA Champion Harley Race drew WWWF champion Superstar Billy Graham when the 60 minute time limit expired in the 3rd fall
1. Graham beat Race by submission with a bear hug
2. Race pinned Graham
3. The 60 minute time limit expired before either wrestler could score the deciding fall
Dusty Rhodes beat Ken Patera COR
Mike Graham & Steve Keirn beat Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant to win US tag title when Keirn beat Johnny by submission with a sleeper hold
Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco beat Ivan Koloff & Mr. Saito when Jack pinned Koloff
Southern Champion Pedro Morales beat Lars Anderson
Ivan Putski beat Ox Baker
Joyce Grable won an 8 woman battle royal
Rocky Johnson beat Killer Karl Kox on a reverse decision dq
Chavo Guerrero beat Tank Patton
Bobby Duncum beat Don Serrano
Keith Franks beat John Ruffin



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I'm sure there are more.



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There was a supercard in Cleveland for the NWF, if memory serves. It had tag team and women's tournaments that wound up much different than advertised.

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Comiskey Park 1970August 14, 1970 in Chicago, ILComiskey Park drawing 21,000 ($148,000)
Larry Hennig beat Red Bastein.
Pepper Gomez beat Double X (Red Osbourne).
Bobo Brazil drew Bill Miller (20:00).
Wilbur Snyder beat Mitsu Arakawa.
Linda Klein & Betty Nicoli beat Jean Antone & Lucille Dupree.
Blackjack Lanza DDQ Ernie Ladd.
Paul Diamond beat Dr. X.
AWA World Champ Verne Gagne beat Baron Von Raschke in three falls.
AWA World Tag Champs Paul & Maurice Vachon beat The Crusher & Dick the Bruiser in a "steel cage" match in three falls.




Superbowl of WrestlingAugust 12, 1972 in Cleveland, OHMunicipal Stadium drawing ???
Manuel Soto & Victor Rivera DDQ Waldo Von Erich & Karl Von Stroheim.
Tony Marino & Tony Parisi beat ??? via forfeit.
Luis Martinez & Sal Dominguez beat Tex McKenzie & Lil Abner.
Mashio Koma & Motoji Okuma beat Luis Martines & Sal Dominguez.
Tony Marino & Tony Parisi beat Motoji Okuma & Mashio Koma to win the tag team tournament.
Sue Green & Lily Thomas beat Tippy Wells & Peggy Patterson to win the women's tag team tournament.
Sky Low Low & Little Brutus beat Haiti Kid & Frenchy Lamont to win the midget tag team tournament.
NWF Tag Champs The Fargo Brothers beat Wahoo McDaniel & Chief White Owl.
World Women's Tag Champs Toni Rose & Donna Christanello beat Sandy Parker & Debbie Johnson.
World Women's Champ Fabulous Moolah beat Vickie Williams.
US (Detroit) Champ Bobo Brazil beat Killer Brooks.
Ernie Ladd DDQ Abdullah the Butcher.
NWF North American Champ Johnny Powers beat Johnny Valentine.




Texas Stadium 1976June 5, 1976 in Irving, TXTexas Stadium drawing 17,000
El Santo & Jose Lothario vs. Al Hayes & Tim Brooks.
NWA World Champ Terry Funk beat Fritz Von Erich via DQ.




Memorial Coliseum SpectacularAugust 27, 1971 in Los Angeles, CAMemorial Coliseum drawing 25,847 ($142,158.50)Shown live on CCTV
El Sicodelico beat Fidel Castillo via DQ.
The Masked Medics beat Earl Maynard & Apollo.
Gran Markus beat Suni War Cloud via submission.
Frankie Lane pinned Paul DeMarco.
US Champ (San Fransisco) Peter Maivia beat Dutch Savage via DQ.
El Gran Lothario pinned Ripper Collins.
Black Gordman & Goliath beat Kenji Shibuya & Mr. Saito to win the Americas Tag Title.
World Women's Champ Fabulous Moolah beat Betty Niccoli.
NWA Lightweight Champ El Solitario pinned Raul Mata.
Freddie Blassie beat John Tolos in three falls.Tolos pinned Blassie.Blassie TKO Tolos.Blassie TKO Tolos.




July 17, 1972 in Montreal, QBJarry Park drawing 26,237 ($101,650)
Tex McKenzie beat Earl Black.
Billy & Benny McGuire beat Kurt Von Hess & Karl Von Schultz.
Raymond Rougeau beat Don Serrano.
Johnny Rougeau NC Abdullah the Butcher.
Jacques Rougeau, Sr. beat The Sheik.
Note: This was an All-Star Wrestling show.




August 28, 1972 in Montreal, QBJarry Park drawing 11,703
Beast Martin & Antonio Saillargeon vs. Michel DuBois & Fidel Castillo.
Carlos Rocha vs. Guillotine Gordon.
Gino Brito, Tony Parisi, & Domenic DeNucci vs. Karl Von Schotz, Kurt Von Hess, & Hans Schmidt.
Johnny & Jacques Rougeau, Sr. vs. The Sheik & Michael Dubois in three falls. 
Note: This was an All-Star Wrestling show.




July 14, 1973 in Montreal, QBJarry Park drawing 29,127
Jackie Wiecz beat Tokyo Joe.
Tom Pouce (Tom Thumb) beat Sky Low Low.
Gino Brito, Dino Bravo, Tony Parisi, & Dominic DeNucci beat Nick Carter, Sweet William, Sweet Daddy Siki, & Bull Gregory.
Don Leo Jonathan beat Toru Tanaka.
Andre the Giant NC Gilles Poisson.
Eduardo Carpentier & Bruno Sammartino beat Dale Roberts & Gerry Brown to win the Grand Prix Tag Title.
Maurice Vachon beat Killer Kowalski to win the Grand Prix Title.
Note: This was a Grand Prix Wrestling show.




August 11, 1973 in Montreal, QBJarry Park drawing 12,383
Bobby Bold Eagle, Billy Two Rivers, & War Eagle vs. Danny Babich, Frank Valois, & Mike Conrad.
Jackie Wiecz & Professor Calderon vs. Frenchy Martin & Paul Peller.
Tony Parisi & Dominic DeNucci vs. Sweet William & Nick Carter (The Sheepherders).
Sailor White vs. Gigi The Greek.
Dino Bravo & Gino Brito vs. Tokyo Joe & Bull Gregory.
Gilles Poisson vs. Edouard Ethifier.
Jean Ferre (Andre the Giant) vs. Toru Tanaka.
Edouard Carpentier & Bruno Sammartino vs. Dale Roberts & Jerry Brown.
Grand Prix Champ Maurice Vachon vs. Don Leo Jonathon in three falls.
Note: This was a Grand Prix Wrestling show.




Superdome Extravaganza 4/79April 21, 1979 in New Orleans, LAThe Superdome drawing 16,000
Tiny Tom & Cowboy Lang beat Billy the Kid & Butch Cassidy.
Ric Flair beat Randy Tyler.
Tank Patton beat Gama Singh.
Black Atlas & Charlie Cook beat Stan Hansen & Bruiser Brody via DQ.
Mike George beat Jerry Stubbs to win the Louisiana Title.
Mid-South North American Champ Mr. Wrestling II beat Karl Krupp in a "lumberjacks with riding crops" match.
Dusty Rhodes & Bill Watts beat The Assassin & The Angel in a "double bullrope" match.




Exhibition Stadium 6/77June 5, 1977 in Toronto, ONExhibition Stadium drawing ???
The Mongol drew The Beast.
Michele Barone beat Bill Morgan.
Al Costello drew Chris Tolos.
Carlos Rocha beat Bounty Hunter #2.
Tony Parisi beat Bounty Hunter #1.
Jay Strongbow beat Pat Kelly.
Ken Patera pinned Gorilla Monsoon.
Billy Red Lyons & Dewey Robertson beat Reginald Love & Don Kent.
Tiger Jeet Singh beat The Sheik (5:42) via DQ.




Exhibition Stadium 7/77July 10, 1977 in Toronto, ONExhibition Stadium drawing 16,000
Farmer Pete beat Little Bruiser.
The Wildman drew Pat Kelly (10:00).
Tony Parisi drew The Mongol (15:00).
Haystack Calhoun beat Bulldog Kent (4:37) via DQ.
Stan Stasiak beat Al Costello (6:34).
International Tag Champs Billy Red Lyons & Dewey Robertson beat Reginald Love & Chris Tolos (16:54).
Andre the Giant DCO Ken Patera (8:52).
WWWF World Champ Billy Graham pinned Jay Strongbow (8:31).
NWA World Champ Harley Race beat The Sheik (8:56) via DQ.




Exhibition Stadium 8/77August 7, 1977 in Toronto, ONExhibition Stadium drawing 10,000
The Beast beat The Wildman via DQ.
Tony Parisi beat Frank Stanley.
Chris Tolos beat Steve Bolus.
Sweet Daddy Siki beat Geeto Mongol.
Stan Stasiak beat Geeto Mongol via countout.
International Tag Champs Billy Red Lyons & Dewey Robertson beat Reginald Love & Don Kent.
Andre the Giant & Haystack Calhoun beat Don Kent, Frank Stanley, & Chris Tolos.




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Jun 6, 1971 Toronto ONT, Varsity Stadium att. 17,000
Dory Funk Jr vs The Sheik- NWA World Title

Aug 28, 1972 Montreal QUE, Jarry Park att. 11,703
Johnny & Jacques Rougeau vs The Sheik & Michel Dubois (sub for Abby)

Aug 25, 1973 St. Paul MN, Midway Stadium att. 10,000
Gagne vs Billy Robinson- AWA Title
Bockwinkel & Stevens vs Crusher & Bastien- AWA Tag Title

Jul 31, 1977 Atlanta GA, Fulton County Stadium att. 12,467 (matches between Braves double header)
Bill Watts vs Don Kernodle
Tony Atlas vs Roger Smith

Aug 7, 1977 Toronto ONT, Exhibition Stadium att. 10,000
Billy Red Lyons & Dewey Robertson vs Reginald Love & Don Kent
Andre the Giant & Haystack Calhoun vs Don Kent & Chris Tolos & Frank Stanley (sub for Graham vs Stasiak- WWWF title)



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Found the full card for Varsity Stadium


June 6, 1971 in Toronto, ON
Varsity Stadium drawing 17,000

Sandy Parker beat Peggy Patterson.
Athol Layton beat Mr. Sato.
Ernie Ladd beat Lou Klein.
Hans Schmidt beat Mighty Ursus.
Dominic DeNucci beat Mike Loren.
Billy Watson, Jr beat Gene Madrid.
Al Costello & Don Kent drew Tex McKenzie & Mighty Igor.
Hartford & Reginald Love drew Sweet Daddy Siki & Luis Martinez.
Masked Assassin & Mikel Scicluna beat Ivan Kalmikoff & Fred Atkins.
Bobo Brazil & Dewey Robertson beat John Quinn & Man Mountain Cannon.
Billy Watson & Haystacks Calhoun beat Mitsu Arakawa & Chris Tolos.
NWA World Champ Dory Funk, Jr. DCO The Sheik.



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