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I doubt much of this is new, but I've never really seen a complete list of St. Louis results, and definitely not with all the match times and substitutions. The cards for the later years aren't in wrestlingdata.com. Not sure if that means that they haven't been researched before. I'll start working backwards from 1977 when I've finished working forwards from 1978.


All cards promoted by the St. Louis Wrestling Club unless otherwise stated.

Last edited on Tue Feb 23rd, 2016 03:57 am by Kriss

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Friday, January 6, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant beat Tom Andrews & Ronnie Etchison in three falls (16:22)
2) Bob Brown fought Omar Atlas to a draw (20:00)
3) Dick Murdoch defeated Tom Andrews (sub. Ted DiBiase) (12:12)
4) Ric Flair defeated Omar Atlas (sub. Don Kernodle) (8:42)
5) Tom Andrews & Pat O’Connor & Ronnie Etchison defeated Dick Murdoch & Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant (sub. Bobby Duncum & Blackjack Lanza vs. Ron Fuller & Pat O’Connor) (10:00)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Dick the Bruiser in three falls (17:39)
Heavy fog at Lambert Airport caused the no-shows.

Friday, January 27, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Sullivan & Ted DiBiase defeated Mr. Seki & Benny Ramirez in three falls (17:06)
2) Ted DiBiase defeated Oki Shikina (9:40)
3) Ron Fuller defeated Bob Brown via DQ (6:02)
4) Jack Brisco & Pat O’Connor defeated Blackjack Lanza & Lord Alfred Hayes (16:40)
5) Dory Funk, Jr. won an 11-man Battle Royal (order of elimination: Bob Brown, Lord Alfred Hayes, Kevin Sullivan, Pat O’Connor, Ted DiBiase, Jack Brisco, Blackjack Lanza, Benny Ramirez, Mr. Seki, Oki Shikina) (14:02|)
6) Rocky Johnson defeated Dick Murdoch (7:42)
7) Ric Flair defeated Dory Funk, Jr. (21:01)

Friday, February 17, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Evan Johnson defeated Benny Ramirez (11:45)
2) David Von Erich defeated Mr. Seki (11:01)
3) Tom Andrews defeated Bob Geigel (sub. Dick Slater)xx via DQ (9:44) (referee: John Ramirez)
4) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase fought Dick Murdoch to a draw (20:00)
5) Chuck O’Connor & Bob Brown & Ric Flair defeated Ron Fuller & Greg Gagne & Pat O’Connor (9:01)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race fought Rocky Johnson to a draw (60:00)

Friday, March 3, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Alexis Smirnoff & Doug Somers defeated Tom Andrews & Mike Pappas in three falls
2) David Von Erich defeated Johnny Valiant (10:00)
3) Jimmy Valiant defeated Dominic DeNucci (11:22)
4) Alexis Smirnoff (sub. Dick Slater) & Bob Brown defeated Scott Casey & Art Thomas (18:41)
5) Ric Flair defeated Pat O’Connor (21:02)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch fought Dick the Bruiser to a double-DQ (11:02)

Friday, March 17, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Sullivan & Evan Johnson defeated Alexis Smirnoff & Jack Krueger (6:20)
2) David Von Erich defeated Doug Somers (9:20)
3) Pat O’Connor & Rocky Johnson defeated Bob Brown & Bobby Jaggers (9:42)
4) Dick Murdoch defeated Evan Johnson (sub. Robin Whisman) (7:08)
5) Handicap Match: Dick the Bruiser & Andre the Giant defeated Ox Baker & Buddy Wolfe & Ric Flair (8:42)
6) Andre the Giant won a 16-man Battle Royal (other participants: Ox Baker, Bob Brown, Dick the Bruiser, Ric Flair, Bobby Jaggers, Evan Johnson, Rocky Johnson, Jack Krueger, Dick Murdoch, Pat O’Connor, Alexis Smirnoff, Doug Somers, Kevin Sullivan, David Von Erich, Buddy Wolfe) (10:40)
7) Terry Funk defeated Blackjack Lanza (22:34)

Friday, April 7, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) David Von Erich defeated Jimmy Valiant (5:42)
2) Bob Sweetan defeated Lord Alfred Hayes (10:39)
3) Winona Little Heart defeated Terri Shane (10:21)
4) Rocky Johnson & Pat O’Connor & Dick the Bruiser defeated Ric Flair & Ivan Koloff & Bob Brown (14:29)
5) Jack Brisco defeated Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch via DQ (24:02) (referee: Charles Venator)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Terry Funk in three falls (29:04)

Friday, April 28, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Sullivan & Art Thomas defeated Alexis Smirnoff & Joe Palardy (15:13)
2) Bob Brown defeated Terry Gibbs (13:27)
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Alexis Smirnoff (sub. Buddy Wolfe) via DQ (12:24) (referee: Chuck Riley)
4) Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco defeated Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Heenan (12:31)
5) Dick the Bruiser defeated Ox Baker (11:28)
6) Terry Funk defeated Bobby Duncum (14:02)

Friday, May 19, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Benny Ramirez & Alexis Smirnoff & Doug Somers defeated Kevin Sullivan & Terry Gibbs & Art Thomas in three falls (17:35)
2) Kay Noble defeated Brenda Hoffman (8:01)
3) Jerry Brisco fought Bob Brown to a double-CO (16:31) (referee: Joe Tangaro)
4) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Doug Somers (sub. Lord Alfred Hayes) (11:00)
5) Handicap Match: Dick the Bruiser defeated Ivan Koloff & Blackjack Lanza (9:38)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch defeated Jack Brisco (17:41)

Friday, June 16, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tom Andrews & David Von Erich defeated Doug Somers & Buck Robley (sub. Benny Ramirez) in three falls (16:05)
2) Pat O’Connor fought Bob Sweetan to a draw (20:00)
3) Ted DiBiase defeated Bob Slaughter (13:01)
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Bob Brown (7:14)
5) Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco defeated Jimmy Valiant & Johnny Valiant (11:01)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Dick Murdoch in three falls (26:46)

Friday, July 14, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Ron Starr & Tom Andrews defeated Bob Brown & Gene Stevens in three falls (21:16)
2) Tank Patton fought Ted DiBiase to a draw (20:00)
3) Jerry Brisco defeated Blackjack Lanza (12:02)
4) Pat O’Connor & Rocky Johnson defeated Bob Sweetan & Buck Robley via DQ (14:02)
5) Jack Brisco defeated Jimmy Valiant (10:01)
6) Dick the Bruiser defeated Dick Murdoch to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (9:10)

Friday, August 11, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tank Patton & Jesse Ventura defeated Don Diamond & Gary Young in three falls (22:15)
2) Buck Robley defeated Tom Andrews (11:47)
3) Bob Sweetan defeated Ron Starr (16:47)
4) Ted DiBiase defeated Bob Brown (16:41)
5) Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco defeated Dory Funk, Jr. & Pat O’Connor (15:04)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race fought Dick the Bruiser to a double-CO in three falls (25:20)

Friday, August 25, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Gary Young & Tom Andrews & Brian Blair defeated Jesse Ventura & Buck Robley (sub. Gene Stevens) & Blackjack Lanza in three falls (19:03)
2) Ron Starr fought Bob Brown to a draw (15:00)
3) Joyce Grable defeated Leilani Kai (10:56)
4) Rocky Johnson & Bobo Brazil defeated Bob Sweetan & Tank Patton (12:18)
5) Jack Brisco defeated Dory Funk, Jr. (13:37)
6) Ted DiBiase defeated Jerry Brisco (16:03)

Saturday, September 16, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Jesse Ventura & Tank Patton defeated Ron Starr & Brian Blair in three falls
2) Bob Sweetan defeated Gary Young
3) Tom Andrews fought Bob Brown to a draw (20:00)
4) Rocky Johnson & Pat O’Connor defeated Blackjack Lanza & Buck Robley
5) King Kong Brody defeated Jack Brisco
6) Ric Flair defeated Ted DiBiase

Friday, October 5, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Von Erich & Tom Andrews defeated Jesse Ventura & Gene Stevens via DQ in two straight falls (15:11) (referee: Joe Tangaro)
2) Tank Patton defeated Gary Young (13:24)
3) Bob Brown fought Paul Orndorff to a draw (20:00)
4) Ted DiBiase & Rocky Johnson defeated Bob Sweetan & Buck Robley (13:41)
5) King Kong Brody defeated Pat O’Connor (15:02)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ric Flair via CO in three falls (23:02) (referee: Charles Venator)

Friday, October 19, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tom Andrews & Kevin Von Erich defeated Jesse Ventura & Bob Brown in three falls (17:54)
2) Tank Patton defeated Paul Orndorff (7:04)
3) Bob Sweetan defeated Mike George (11:20)
4) Rocky Johnson & Pat O’Connor defeated Lord Alfred Hayes & Johnny Valiant (20:13)
5) Handicap Match: Ted DiBiase defeated Jimmy Valiant & Buck Robley (12:00)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated King Kong Brody via DQ (10:02) (referee: Eddie Smith)

Friday, November 3, 1978 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Von Erich & David Von Erich defeated Bob Brown & Jesse Ventura in two straight falls (referee: John Ramirez)
2) Debbie Combs defeated Sherie Lynn (7:18)
3) King Kong Brody defeated Tom Andrews (10:14)
4) Ted DiBiase & Pat O’Connor defeated Buck Robley & Tank Patton (17:12)
5) Rocky Johnson fought Superstar Billy Graham to a double-DQ (referee: Eddie Smith)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Bob Sweetan (11:21)

Friday, January 19, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Randy Alls & Bryan St. John defeated Siegfried Stanke & Gene Stevens in three falls
2) Mike Bowyer fought Tom Andrews to a draw
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Hartford Love via DQ
4) Ted DiBiase & Bobo Brazil defeated Johnny Valiant & Bob Brown
5) Rocky Johnson defeated Bob Sweetan
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Ox Baker

Friday, February 2, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Randy Alls & Tom Andrews & Bobo Brazil defeated Seigfried Stanke & Bob Sweetan & Hartford Love
2) David Von Erich defeated Pierre Bonnett
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Mike Bowyer
4) Dick Murdoch defeated Bryan St. John
5) Andre the Giant & Rocky Johnson vs. Ric Flair & King Kong Brody (no results listed)
6) Andre the Giant won a 16-man Battle Royal (other participants: Randy Alls, Tom Andrews, Pierre Bonnett, Mike Bowyer, Bobo Brazil, King Kong Brody, Ric Flair, Rocky Johnson, Hartford Love, Dick Murdoch, Pat O’Connor, Bryan St. John, Seigfried Stanke, Bob Sweetan, David Von Erich)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Bob Brown

Friday, February 23, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Randy Alls & Bryan St. John defeated Bob Brown & Mike Bowyer in three falls
2) Bobo Brazil defeated Jerry Brown
3) Dick Murdoch defeated Tom Andrews
4) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Roger Kirby
5) Pat O’Connor & Ox Baker (sub. Dory Funk, Jr.) defeated King Kong Brody & Bob Sweetan via DQ
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ric Flair in three falls

Friday, March 9, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Jerry Brown & Siegfried Stanke defeated Randy Alls & Tom Andrews in three falls (20:07)
2) Bob Brown fought Bobo Brazil to a draw (20:00)
3) King Kong Brody defeated Bryan St. John (4:15)
4) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Brusier defeated Hartford Love (7:40)
5) Andre the Giant defeated Dick Murdoch via DQ

Sunday, March 11, 1979 – Television Taping #1 – St. Louis, MO
1) Ted DiBiase defeated Mike Bowyer
2) Handicap Match: King Kong Brody defeated Pierre Bonnet & Randy Alls
3) Dick Murdoch defeated Dick the Bruiser to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (referee: Johnny Ramirez)
4) Tom Andrews fought Jerry Brown to a draw

Sunday, March 11, 1979 – Television Taping #2 – St. Louis, MO
1) Ted DiBiase defeated Pierre Bonnet
2) Dick Murdoch defeated Pat O’Connor via DQ
3) Dick the Bruiser defeated Mike Bowyer
4) Siegfried Stanke & Jerry Brown fought Randy Alls & Bryan St. John to a draw

Sunday, March 11, 1979 – Television Taping #3 – St. Louis, MO
1) Randy Alls defeated Mike Bowyer via DQ
2) Dick the Bruiser defeated Pierre Bonnet
3) Ted DiBiase defeated Billy Starr
4) Siegfried Stanke & Jerry Brown fought Randy Alls & Bryan St. John to a draw

Friday, March 23, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tom Andrews & Randy Alls defeated Hartford Love & Mike Bowyer in two straight falls (19:21)
2) Bob Sweetan defeated Bryan St. John (10:14)
3) Bobo Brazil & Pat O’Connor defeated Jerry Brown & Bob Brown
4) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch fought Ted DiBiase to a draw (20:00)
5) Dick the Bruiser defeated Siegfried Stanke
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated King Kong Brody in three falls

Friday, April 6, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Siegfried Stanke & Jerry Brown defeated Randy Alls & Bryan St. John (16:30)
2) Bobo Brazil defeated Hartford Love (7:39)
3) David Von Erich fought Bob Brown to a draw (20:00)
4) King Kong Brody defeated Tom Andrews (8:42)
5) Pat O’Connor & Ted DiBiase defeated Bob Sweetan & Lord Alfred Hayes (13:44)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch fought Dick the Bruiser to a double-DQ in three falls (referee: Charles Venator)

Friday, April 27, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bryan St. John & Bobo Brazil defeated Bob Brown & Roger Kirby in three falls (21:07)
2) Marie Laverne defeated Early Dawn (8:40)
3) Dick the Bruiser defeated Rip Hawk (8:04)
4) Fritz Von Erich & David Von Erich defeated Siegfried Stanke & Jerry Brown (13:08)
5) King Kong Brody defeated Ox Baker
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ted DiBiase in three falls

Sunday, April 29, 1979 – Television Taping #1 – St. Louis, MO
1) David Von Erich defeated Pierre Bonnet
2) Bob Brown defeated Chris Curtis
3) Marie Laverne defeated Brenda Hoffman
4) Frank Hill & Bobo Brazil defeated Red Rodriques & Roger Kirby

Sunday, April 29, 1979 – Television Taping #2 – St. Louis, MO
1) David Von Erich defeated Steve Hall
2) Roger Kirby defeated Billy Starr
3) Early Dawn defeated Marie Laverne
4) Frank Hill & Bobo Brazil defeated Jack Kueger & Red Rodriques

Sunday, April 29, 1979 – Television Taping #3 – St. Louis, MO
1) Bob Brown fought Frank Hill to a draw
2) Rip Hawk defeated Steve Hall
3) Bobo Brazil defeated Pierre Bonnet & Jack Krueger
4) Billy Starr & Marie Laverne defeated Roger Kirby & Early Dawn

Friday, May 18, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Frank Hill & Tom Andrews defeated Jerry Brown & Hartford Love in three falls (16:02)
2) Bill Irwin fought Bob Brown to a draw (20:00)
3) Bobo Brazil defeated Red Beard (7:42)
4) Bob Sweetan defeated Bryan St. John (12:04)
5) Fritz Von Erich & David Von Erich & Kevin Von Erich defeated Bobby Duncum & Lord Alfred Hayes & Siegfried Stanke (16:12)
6) Dick the Bruiser defeated Dick Murdoch to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title

Sunday, May 20, 1979 – Television Taping #1 – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Von Erich defeated Jack Krueger
2) Handicap Match: Fritz Von Erich & David Von Erich defeated Harley Race
3) Bob Brown defeated Ken Milsap
4) Bob Sweetan defeated Jose Gonezales

Sunday, May 20, 1979 – Television Taping #2 – St. Louis, MO
1) Kevin Von Erich defeated Ron McFarlane
2) Bob Sweetan defeated Steve Howell
3) Handicap Match: David Von Erich defeated Jack Krueger & Willie Wilson
4) Bob Brown vs. unknown

Sunday, May 20, 1979 – Television Taping #3 – St. Louis, MO
1) Ron McFarlane defeated Frank Guerrero
2) David Von Erich defeated Jose Gonzales
3) Bob Brown defeated Steve Howell
4) Bob Sweetan & Willie Wilson defeated Jack Krueger & Steve Hall

Friday, June 15, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Frank Hill & Bryan St. John defeated The Turk & Steve Hall (sub. Red Beard) in three falls
2) Bob Brown defeated Tom Andrews (10:01)
3) Rufus R. Jones & Kevin Von Erich defeated Bob Sweetan & Jerry Brown (18:41)
4) Dick Murdoch defeated Pat O’Connor (18:19)
5) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated King Kong Brody via DQ (6:10)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated David Von Erich in three falls

Friday, July 13, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Ron McFarlane & Steve Hall defeated Bill Irwin & Frank Hill in three falls (16:18)
2) Bob Brown defeated Gama Singh (14:02)
3) Kevin Von Erich & Pat O’Connor & Rufus R. Jones defeated Jerry Brown & Lord Alfred Hayes & The Turk (15:24)
4) David Von Erich defeated Bob Sweetan (12:10)
5) King Kong Brody defeated Ted DiBiase
6) Dick Murdoch defeated Dick the Bruiser in three falls to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title

Friday, August 10, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Frank Hill defeated Sonny Driver (sub. The Turk)
2) Billy Starr fought Bob Brown to a draw (20:00)
3) Bobo Brazil defeated Jerry Brown
4) Kevin Von Erich & Pat O’Connor defeated Bob Sweetan & Lord Alfred Hayes
5) King Kong Brody defeated Roger Kirby
6) Dick the Bruiser & David Von Erich defeated Gene Kiniski & Ox Baker
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Dick Murdoch in three falls

Friday, September 14, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 11,051
1) George Wells (sub. Matt Borne) & Frank Hill defeated Steve Hall & Roger Kirby in three falls (15:15)
2) Ron Starr defeated The Turk (11:04)
3) David Von Erich defeated Bob Brown (10:45)
4) Dick the Bruiser & Kevin Von Erich & Pat O’Connor defeated Lord Alfred Hayes & Bob Sweetan & Bobby Duncum (9:42)
5) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch fought Dory Funk, Jr. to a draw (20:00)
6) Andre the Giant defeated King Kong Brody via DQ (15:48)
7) King Kong Brody won a 16-man Battle Royal

Friday, October 5, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Frank Hill & Ron Starr defeated Ron McFarlane & Rock Hunter in three falls (14:20)
2) George Wells defeated The Turk via DQ (11:01) (referee: Charles Venator)
3) Pat O’Connor & Kevin Von Erich defeated Bob Brown & Tommy Sharpe (sub. Roger Kirby) (14:08)
4) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch defeated Bobo Brazil (10:21)
5) Gene Kiniski defeated Ox Baker
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated King Kong Brody in three falls

Friday, October 19, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Rock Hunter fought Frank Hill to a draw
2) Tom Andrews defeated Ron Starr
3) Dick the Bruiser & George Wells & David Von Erich defeated Lord Alfred Hayes & Ox Baker & Bob Brown
4) Kevin Von Erich defeated Bobby Duncum
5) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick Murdoch fought Dory Funk, Jr. to a double-CO

Friday, November 2, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tom Andrews & Frank Hill defeated Rock Hunter & Carlos Rodriguez in three falls (18:04)
2) The Turk defeated Bruce Reed (11:02)
3) George Wells defeated Tommy Sharpe (12:31)
4) Dick the Bruiser & Kerry Von Erich defeated King Kong Brody & Gama Singh (sub. Ox Baker) (14:15)
5) Gene Kiniski defeated Bob Brown (9:01)
6) Kevin Von Erich defeated Dick Murdoch to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (21:10)

Friday, November 23, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) The Turk & Bob Brown defeated Frank Hill & Gama Singh in three falls (18:33)
2) Ed Wiskoski defeated Tom Andrews (9:31)
3) World Women’s Champion The Fabulous Moolah defeated Winona Little Heart (12:32)
4) Pat O’Connor & Dick the Bruiser defeated Dick Murdoch & King Kong Brody via DQ
5) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich defeated Ox Baker (2:01)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Gene Kiniski in three falls

Friday, December 7, 1979 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Eddie Gilbert & Ronnie Etchison defeated Billy Howard & Gama Singh (sub. The Turk) in two straight falls
2) Bob Brown fought Tom Andrews to a double-CO
3) Bobo Brazil fought Ed Wiskoski to a draw
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Lord Alfred Hayes
5) David Von Erich & Kevin Von Erich defeated Harley Race & Dick Murdoch
6) Pat O’Connor defeated King Kong Brody via DQ

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Friday, January 4, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 11,055
1) Eddie Gilbert defeated Ron McFarlane (6:04)
2) Ed Wiskoski & Bob Brown defeated Ronnie Etchison & Art Thomas (9:14)
3) Lord Alfred Hayes fought Pat O’Connor to a draw (20:00)
4) World Women’s Tag Team Champions Leilani Kai & Judy Martin defeated Wenona Little Heart & Kandi Maloy in three falls (16:56)
5) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Tom Andrews (12:18)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich fought Dick Murdoch to a double-DQ
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race fought David Von Erich to a draw (60:00)

Friday, January 25, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Eddie Gilbert & Tommy Sharpe defeated Ron McFarlane & Billy Howard in three falls (21:35)
2) Takachiho defeated Kerry Brown (3:44)
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Ed Wiskoski (13:28)
4) David Von Erich & Art Thomas defeated Lord Alfred Hayes & Bob Brown
5) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich defeated Jack Brisco
6) King Kong Brody & Dick Murdoch defeated Dick the Bruiser & Andre the Giant
7) Andre the Giant and Dick the Bruiser were co-winners of a 16-man Battle Royal

Friday, February 8, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 6,465
1) Kerry Brown & Eddie Gilbert & Pat O’Connor defeated Takachiho & Ron McFarlane & Carlos Rodriguez in three falls (14:59)
2) Tiny Tom (sub. Coconut Willie) defeated Billy the Kid (5:08)
3) Art Thomas fought Ed Wiskoski to a draw (20:00)
4) Tom Andrews & Wendi Richter defeated Bob Brown & The Fabulous Moolah (13:07)
5) King Kong Brody fought David Von Erich to a double-DQ (referee: Charles Riley)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich defeated Dick Murdoch in three falls (26:24)

Friday, February 22, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Eddie Gilbert & Kerry Brown defeated Ron McFarlane & Billy Howard in two straight falls (21:19)
2) Ed Wiskoski defeated Tommy Sharpe (13:48)
3) Pak Song & Takachiho defeated Pat O’Connor & Tom Andrews (9:01)
4) Jack Brisco defeated Bob Brown (7:00)
5) King Kong Brody defeated Art Thomas (4:38)
6) David Von Erich defeated Lord Alfred Hayes (12:00)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Kevin Von Erich in three falls (24:29)

Friday, March 7, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tom Andrews fought The Mongol to a draw (15:00)
2) Eddie Gilbert defeated Billy Howard
3) Pak Song & Takachiho defeated George Wells & Kerry Brown
4) David Von Erich & Dick the Bruiser defeated King Kong Brody & Bob Brown
5) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Dick Murdoch via DQ
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich defeated Ed Wiskoski
7) Ric Flair defeated Jack Brisco in three falls (14:32)

Friday, March 28, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Ed Wiskoski defeated Eddie Gilbert (11:41)
2) Bob Brown defeated Billy Howard (sub. Jim Moore) (6:01)
3) George Wells & Pat O’Connor defeated Pak Song & Ron McFarlane (sub. The Mongol) (11:14)
4) Ken Patera defeated Tom Andrews (11:04)
5) Dick the Bruiser defeated Takachiho (9:41)
6) King Kong Brody & Dick Murdoch defeated Kevin Von Erich & Jerry Oates
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race fought Ric Flair to a double-CO in three falls

Friday, April 11, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Ron McFarlane & Pak Song defeated Eddie Gilbert & Tom Andrews in three falls
2) Jerry Oates fought Takachiho to a draw (20:00)
3) Rocky Johnson defeated Lord Alfred Hayes
4) Elimination Match: George Wells & Dick the Bruiser & Pat O’Connor defeated Bob Brown & Dick Murdoch & Ed Wiskoski
5) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund fought Ken Patera to a draw (30:00)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich defeated King Kong Brody via DQ

Friday, April 25, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Pak Song & Takachiho defeated Tommy Sharpe & Kerry Brown in three falls
2) Jerry Oates defeated Scandor Akbar
3) Ed Wiskoski fought George Wells to a draw (20:00)
4) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Bob Brown
5) Pat O’Connor & Dick the Bruiser defeated King Kong Brody & Dick Murdoch
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kevin Von Erich defeated Ken Patera
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ric Flair in three falls

Friday, May 16, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Tom Andrews & Spike Huber defeated Guy Mitchell & Billy Howard in three falls
2) Pat O’Connor defeated Bobby Jaggers
3) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Roger Kirby
4) Rocky Johnson & Dick the Bruiser defeated Lord Alfred Hayes & Takachiho
5) King Kong Brody fought Dick Murdoch to a draw (60:00)
6) Ken Patera defeated Kevin Von Erich in three falls to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title

Friday, June 13, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 9,546
1) Tom Andrews & Kerry Brown defeated Scandor Akbar & Tommy Sharpe (sub. Ron McFarlane) in three falls (17:56)
2) Bobby Jaggers defeated Billy Howard (7:14)
3) Takachiho defeated George Wells (12:04)
4) David Von Erich defeated Bob Brown (6:28)
5) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Lord Alfred Hayes (sub. Ed Wiskoski) (12:16)
6) Killer Karl Kox & Dick Murdoch defeated King Kong Brody & Pat O’Connor (9:41)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Rocky Johnson in three falls

Saturday, July 12, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bobby Jaggers defeated Yoshihiro Momota
2) Winona Little Heart & Wendi Richter defeated Vivian St. John & Judy Martin in three falls
3) Baron Von Raschke defeated Kerry Brown
4) Ted DiBiase & Rufus R. Jones & Pat O’Connor defeated Ox Baker & Bob Brown & Killer Karl Kox
5) Dick the Bruiser fought Dick Murdoch to a draw (60:00)
6) David Von Erich defeated Ric Flair

Friday, August 8, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 10,420
1) Billy Howard fought Kerry Brown to a draw (15:00)
2) Jesse Barr vs. Bob Brown (no result listed)
3) WWF Heavyweight Champion Bob Backlund defeated Buzz Tyler (16:48)
4) Pat O’Connor & Kevin Von Erich & Rufus R. Jones & Dick the Bruiser defeated Dick Murdoch & Killer Karl Kox & Roger Kirby & Takachiho (18:41)
5) David Von Erich defeated Baron Von Raschke (18:08)
6) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ken Patera in three falls (18:43)

Friday, September 12, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bob Brown & Buzz Tyler defeated Jesse Barr & Spike Huber in three falls (18:27)
2) Mike George defeated Billy Howard (6:29)
3) Bob Sweetan defeated Kerry Brown (5:26)
4) Pat O’Connor fought Baron Von Raschke to a draw (20:00)
5) David Von Erich & Rufus R. Jones defeated King Kong Brody & Takachiho (14:01)
6) Ric Flair defeated Ted DiBiase (21:07)
7) Chain-Link Fence Match: Dick the Bruiser defeated Dick Murdoch (15:04)

Friday, October 3, 1980 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Bob Brown fought Mike George to a draw (15:00)
2) Bob Sweetan defeated Spike Huber
3) Kevin Von Erich defeated Takachiho
4) The Fabulous Moolah & Sandy Partlow defeated Kandi Maloy & Betty Torres in three falls
5) Dick Murdoch & Baron Von Raschke & King Kong Brody defeated Pat O’Connor & Rufus R. Jones & Dick the Bruiser
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ken Patera fought Ted DiBiase to a draw (20:00)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated David Von Erich in three falls

Friday, October 24, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Elimination Match: Spike Huber & Kerry Brown & Jesse Barr defeated Billy Howard & Buzz Tyler & Takachiho
2) Akio Sato vs. Bob Brown (no result listed)
3) David Von Erich defeated Buck Robley
4) Rufus R. Jones & Kevin Von Erich defeated Bob Sweetan & Mike George via DQ
5) Ted DiBiase defeated King Kong Brody
6) Ric Flair fought Dick the Bruiser to a double-CO

Friday, November 7, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Akio Sato & Pepper Torres defeated Bob Brown & Leilani Kai in three falls
2) Takachiho fought Spike Huber (sub. King Kong Brody) to a draw (20:00)
3) Kevin Von Erich defeated Billy Howard (6:27)
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Buzz Tyler (7:52)
5) Rufus R. Jones & Pat O’Connor defeated Bob Sweetan & Mike George
6) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Baron Von Raschke (18:18)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Bob Backlund via DQ in three falls

Friday, December 5, 1980 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Akio Sato defeated Billy Starr (12:06)
2) Bob Brown defeated Jesse Barr (13:45)
3) Kevin Von Erich defeated Kerry Brown (11:39)
4) David Von Erich defeated Takachiho (8:47)
5) King Kong Brody & Rufus R. Jones & Pat O’Connor defeated Dick Murdoch & Mike George & Bob Sweetan (9:21)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase defeated Buzz Tyler (11:02)
7) Handicap Match: Ken Patera & Dick the Bruiser defeated Harley Race
8) Ted DiBiase won a 16-man Battle Royal

Friday, January 2, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bruce Reed defeated Ben DeLeon
2) Buzz Tyler & Sandy Partlow defeated Kerry Brown & Jean Antone
3) Rufus R. Jones defeated Mike Kelly (sub. Tiny Anderson)
4) David Von Erich defeated Bob Brown
5) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase defeated Ox Baker
6) King Kong Brody & Pat O’Connor defeated Pat Kelly & Big John Studd
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ken Patera in three falls

Friday, January 23, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 11,061
1) Terry Taylor fought Bob Brown to a draw (15:00)
2) Mike Kelly & Pat Kelly defeated Jerry Roberts & Bruce Reed (16:02)
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Billy Starr (sub. Steve Lawler) (8:22)
4) Dick the Bruiser & Spike Huber defeated Buzz Tyler & Ox Baker (11:41)
5) Kevin Von Erich defeated Big John Studd via DQ (11:47)
6) Andre the Giant & King Kong Brody defeated Ric Flair & Dick Murdoch
7) Andre the Giant and Bruce Reed were co-winners of a 16-man Battle Royal

Friday, February 6, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Terry Taylor & Jerry Roberts defeated Pat Kelly & Mike Kelly in two straight falls (10:39)
2) Sandy Partlow defeated Karen Harrington (6:17)
3) Bruce Reed fought Buzz Tyler to a draw (20:00)
4) Rufus R. Jones defeated J.J. Dillon (sub. Steve Lawler) via DQ
5) Dick the Bruiser & Spike Huber & King Kong Brody defeated Big John Studd & Dick Murdoch & Bob Brown
6) Ted DiBiase defeated World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race via DQ in three falls

Friday, February 20, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Art Crews defeated Tiny Anderson (5:41)
2) J.J. Dillon defeated Jerry Roberts (6:01)
3) Pat Kelly & Mike Kelly fought Spike Huber & Terry Taylor to a draw (20:00)
4) Rufus R. Jones defeated Buzz Tyler via DQ (11:16) (referee: Charles Riley)
5) King Kong Brody & Bruce Reed defeated Baron Von Raschke & Johnny Valiant (12:14)
6) Dick the Bruiser fought Ric Flair to a double-CO
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase defeated Ken Patera in three falls

Friday, March 6, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Terry Taylor & Tom Andrews defeated Frank Morrell & Nikolai Volkoff (sub. Tiny Anderson & Max Blue) in three falls (13:21)
2) Buzz Tyler defeated Tommy Sharpe (6:21)
3) J.J. Dillon fought Pat O’Connor to a draw (20:00)
4) Dick the Bruiser & Bobo Brazil & Spike Huber defeated Frank Morrell & Johnny Valiant & Baron Von Raschke (13:41)
5) Dick Murdoch defeated King Kong Brody via CO
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase defeated Big John Studd (17:41)

Friday, March 20, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) J.J. Dillon defeated Tom Andrews
2) Bruce Reed defeated Ox Baker via DQ
3) Spike Huber defeated Johnny Valiant
4) Mike Kelly & Pat Kelly fought Terry Taylor & Bob Brown to a draw (20:00)
5) Rufus R. Jones defeated Big John Studd
6) Dick Murdoch & Baron Von Raschke defeated David Von Erich & Pat O’Connor
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Dick the Bruiser in three falls

Friday, April 3, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Mike Kelly & Pat Kelly vs. Art Crews & Bob Brown (cancelled)
2) J.J. Dillon defeated Art Crews (sub. Terry Taylor) (6:18)
3) Pat O’Connor fought Buzz Tyler to a draw (20:00)
4) Kerry Von Erich defeated Pat Kelly (sub. Ox Baker) (1:14)
5) Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown (sub. Bruce Reed) defeated Big John Studd & Baron Von Raschke (9:44)
6) Rufus R. Jones defeated Dick Murdoch via DQ (15:01) (referee: Eddie Smith)
7) Ric Flair defeated David Von Erich (21:02)

Friday, April 24, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,465
1) Bruce Reed defeated Mike Blood (6:08)
2) Buzz Tyler fought Terry Taylor to a draw (20:00)
3) J.J. Dillon fought Spike Huber to a double-CO (7:41)
4) David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich vs. Mike Kelly & Pat Kelly (no result listed)
5) Big John Studd defeated Pat O’Connor (9:04)
6) Dick Murdoch & Bobby Jaggers defeated Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown (2:04)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race fought Ric Flair to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Friday, May 15, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bruce Reed fought Steve Lawler to a draw (15:00) (sub. Terry Taylor vs. Mike Kelly)
2) Buzz Tyler & Sandy Partlow defeated Bob Brown & Shirley Black in three fals
3) J.J. Dillon defeated Rufus R. Jones via DQ
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Big John Studd
5) Dusty Rhodes defeated Bobby Jaggers
6) Dick Murdoch & Baron Von Raschke defeated David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase defeated Ric Flair in three falls

Friday, June 12, 1981 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Spike Huber defeated Steve Lawler (6:08)
2) Rufus R. Jones & Terry Gibbs defeated Bob Sweetan & Gene Lewis (9:10)
3) Jack Brisco defeated Bobby Heenan (4:21)
4) Rocky Johnson & Bob Brown defeated J.J. Dillon & Buzz Tyler
5) Kerry Von Erich fought Dick Murdoch to a double-CO (14:21)
6) Dusty Rhodes & Dick the Bruiser defeated Ric Flair & Ken Patera via DQ
7) Pat O’Connor won an 18-man Battle Royal
8) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ted DiBiase in three falls (26:59)

Friday, July 17, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bob Brown fought Buzz Tyler to a draw (15:00)
2) Wendi Richter & Joyce Grable defeated Jill Fontaine & Suzette Ferreira in three falls
3) Bob Sweetan defeated Gene Lewis
4) Elimination Match: Dick the Bruiser & Jack Brisco & Jerry Von Erich defeated Dick Murdoch & J.J. Dillon & Ken Patera
5) Ric Flair defeated Pat O’Connor
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ted DiBiase defeated Baron Von Raschke

Friday, August 7, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 10,414
1) J.J. Dillon & Buzz Tyler defeated Bob Sweetan & Ron Sexton in three falls (19:36)
2) Bobo Brazil defeated Gene Lewis via DQ (5:41) (referee: Chuck Riley)
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Bobby Jaggers (5:45)
4) Dick the Bruiser & Kerry Von Erich defeated Baron Von Raschke & Dick Murdoch
5) David Von Erich fought Rocky Johnson to a draw (20:00)
6) Ken Patera fought Jack Brisco to a double-DQ (14:02) (referee: Chuck Riley)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes defeated Ric Flair in three falls

Friday, September 11, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 10,995
1) Gene Lewis & J.J. Dillon defeated Bob Brown & Terry Gibbs in three falls (15:39)
2) Bob Sweetan defeated Buzz Tyler (7:08)
3) Billy Robinson fought Pat O’Connor to a no contest
4) Baron Von Raschke fought Rufus R. Jones to a draw (20:00)
5) Dick the Bruiser & David Von Erich defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Johnny Valiant (14:41)
6) Harley Race defeated Kerry Von Erich
7) Texas Death Match: Jack Brisco defeated Ken Patera

Friday, October 2, 1981 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO – 18,055
1) Bob Brown fought Dewey Robertson to a draw (15:00)
2) Rufus R. Jones defeated Gene Lewis (9:04)
3) David Von Erich & Kevin Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich defeated Greg Valentine & J.J. Dillon & Johnny Valiant (20:01)
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Baron Von Raschke (8:41)
5) Jack Brisco defeated Ted DiBiase to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (17:21)
6) Andre the Giant & Rocky Johnson defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Ken Patera via DQ
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought Harley Race to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Friday, November 6, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Dewey Robertson & Tommy Martin defeated Jerry Brown & Ron McFarlane in three falls (18:05)
2) Bob Brown defeated Gene Lewis (12:41)
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Ox Baker (10:44)
4) David Von Erich & Rufus R. Jones vs. Ken Patera & Bob Sweetan (no result listed)
5) Sgt. Slaughter fought Dick the Bruiser to a double-DQ (9:01) (referee: Joe Tangaro)
6) Kerry Von Erich defeated Greg Valentine (14:44)
7) Harley Race defeated Rocky Johnson (14:48)

Friday, November 20, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Chan Chung & Jerry Brown defeated Buzz Tyler & Tommy Martin in three falls (21:15)
2) Gene Lewis fought Billy Robinson to a draw (20:00)
3) Dewey Robertson defeated Ron McFarlane (1:04)
4) Rufus R. Jones (sub. Rocky Johnson) & Pat O’Connor fought Crusher Blackwell & Bob Sweetan to a double-CO (14:42)
5) Ken Patera defeated Bob Brown (14:40)
6) Dusty Rhodes defeated Sgt. Slaughter
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated David Von Erich in three falls (31:10)

Friday, December 4, 1981 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bruce Reed fought Jerry Brown to a draw (15:00)
2) Rufus R. Jones defeated Ron McFarlane
3) Dewey Robertson defeated Chan Chung
4) Elimination Match: Crusher Blackwell & Gene Lewis & Bob Sweetan defeated Pat O’Connor & Tommy Martin & Bob Brown
5) David Von Erich defeated Sgt. Slaughter via DQ
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Ken Patera defeated Kerry Von Erich
7) Ric Flair defeated Jack Brisco
8) Ric Flair won a 14-man Battle Royal

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Friday, January 1, 1982 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Jerry Brown fought Bob Brown to a double-CO (14:01)
2) World Women’s Tag Team Champions Joyce Grable & Wendy Richter defeated Sandy Partlow & Early Dawn in three falls (14:00)
3) Pat O’Connor defeated Bob Sweetan (6:04)
4) Handicap Match: Crusher Blackwell defeated Ox Baker & Butch Reed (5:48)
5) David Von Erich & Rufus R. Jones fought Harley Race & Greg Valentine to a double-DQ (10:47)
6) Dick the Bruiser defeated Ken Patera to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (11:48)

Friday, January 22, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Eddie Gilbert & Spike Huber defeated Jerry Brown & Ron McFarlane
2) Bob Brown fought Roger Kirby to a draw
3) Rufus R. Jones defeated Gene Lewis
4) Kerry Von Erich defeated Dick Murdoch via DQ
5) Dick the Bruiser & Gene Kiniski defeated Roger Kirby (sub. Ken Patera) & Sgt. Slaughter
6) Dewey Robertson defeated Jerry Brown (sub. Crusher Blackwell)
7) Harley Race defeated David Von Erich

Friday, February 5, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair vs. Dick the Bruiser
Cancelled due to bad weather.

Friday, February 19, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Jerry Brown & Jerry Valiant defeated Bob Brown & Ricky Romero in three falls
2) Roger Kirby fought Spike Huber to a draw (15:00)
3) Kerry Von Erich defeated Gene Lewis (2:12)
4) Dewey Robertson defeated Dick Murdoch via DQ
5) Gene Kiniski defeated Baron Von Raschke (10:14)
6) Ken Patera defeated Bobo Brazil (9:48)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Greg Valentine
8) Harley Race & Crusher Blackwell fought Dusty Rhodes & Andre the Giant to a double-DQ
9) Dick the Bruiser won an 18-man Battle Royal

Friday, March 12, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 6,888
1) Ricky Romero & Mark Romero defeated Ray Hernandez & Billy Howard in three falls
2) Superfly (sub. Art Crews) defeated Eddie Gilbert
3) Bob Brown fought Gene Lewis to a draw (20:00)
4) Dewey Robertson & Terry Funk & Rufus R. Jones defeated Roger Kirby & Jerry Valiant & Jerry Brown
5) Harley Race defeated Kerry Von Erich (18:12)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Ken Patera in three falls

Friday, March 26, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 10,272
1) Bob Brown & Steve Regal defeated Jerry Valiant & Gene Lewis in two straight falls (14:45)
2) Superfly defeated Ricky Romero (0:34)
3) Roger Kirby defeated Kerry Von Erich via CO (8:01)
4) Rufus R. Jones defeated Jerry Brown (12:07)
5) Terry Funk defeated Mark Romero (sub. Jack Brisco) (14:28)
6) Gene Kiniski & Dewey Robertson defeated Ken Patera & Crusher Blackwell via DQ (15:21)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick the Bruiser in three falls (24:27)

Friday, April 16, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Art Crews & Bob Brown defeated Gene Lewis & Ron McFarlane in three falls (20:37)
2) Mark Romero defeated Ray Hernandez (10:27)
3) Steve Regal fought Roger Kirby to a draw (20:00)
4) Kerry Von Erich defeated Jerry Brown (2:41)
5) Rufus R. Jones & Gene Kiniski defeated Sgt. Slaughter & Superfly (9:06)
6) Ken Patera defeated Dewey Robertson (15:19)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Crusher Blackwell via DQ

Friday, April 30, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 9,215
1) Steve Regal (sub. Bob Brown) fought Roger Kirby to a draw (15:00)
2) Michael Hayes defeated Ron McFarlane (6:14)
3) World Women’s Tag Team Champions Sabrina & Princess Victoria defeated Joyce Grable & Wendi Richter in three falls (16:29)
4) Kelly Kiniski defeated Jerry Brown (12:41)
5) Crusher Blackwell & Ken Patera defeated Dusty Rhodes & Rufus R. Jones (15:30)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Harley Race via CO (10:08)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Gene Kiniski in three falls

Friday, May 14, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 10,119
1) Mark Romero fought Jerry Brown to a draw (15:00)
2) Rufus R. Jones defeated Ron McFarlane (8:04)
3) Ray Hernandez defeated Art Crews (sub. Steve Regal) (9:10)
4) Bob Brown defeated Superfly via DQ
5) David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich defeated Ken Patera & Roger Kirby (18:04)
6) Dewey Robertson defeated Jack Brisco (7:24)
7) Andre the Giant & Dick the Bruiser defeated Crusher Blackwell & Dick Murdoch in three falls

Saturday, June 12, 1982 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO – 19,027
1) Mike George fought Roger Kirby to a draw (15:00)
2) Mark Romero defeated The Great Kabuki via DQ
3) Rufus R. Jones defeated Superfly
4) David Von Erich & Kerry Von Erich defeated Ken Patera & Crusher Blackwell
5) King Kong Brody defeated Bob Sweetan
6) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Dewey Robertson
7) Harley Race & Dick Murdoch fought Dusty Rhodes & Ted DiBiase to a no contest
8) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Dick the Bruiser in three falls

Friday, July 16, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Mark Romero & Art Crews defeated Buzz Tyler & Abdullah the Great (sub. Larry Bennett) in three falls
2) Manny Fernandez fought Mike George to a draw (20:00)
3) Dewey Robertson & Rufus R. Jones & Spike Huber defeated Baron Von Raschke & Roger Kirby & Hercules Hernandez
4) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser defeated Sgt. Slaughter
5) Dory Funk, Jr. defeated Gene Kiniski
6) Crusher Blackwell defeated Ken Patera

Friday, August 27, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 4,328
1) Spike Huber (sub. Art Crews) & Buzz Tyler defeated Jim Lancaster (sub. Jack Krueger) & Tom Andrews in three falls (18:15)
2) Mike George defeated The Great Tio (10:38)
3) Manny Fernander defeated Tapu (2:14)
4) Mark Romero & Omar Atlas fought Hercules Hernandez & Kim Duk to a draw (20:00)
5) Dewey Robertson defeated Roger Kirby (15:33)
6) Dusty Rhodes defeated Greg Valentine via CO (15:42)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Dick the Bruiser fought Harley Race to a double-DQ in three falls (11:18)

Friday, September 17, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 9,561
1) Mike George (sub. Tom Andrews) & Buzz Tyler defeated Tapu & The Great Tio in two straight falls (14:13)
2) Omar Atlas defeated Gary Royal (8:54)
3) Manny Fernandez fought Ivan Koloff to a draw (20:00)
4) Bruce Reed defeated Roger Kirby (8:12)
5) Mark Romero & Bobo Brazil defeated Hercules Hernandez & Kim Duk via DQ (10:48)
6) Crusher Blackwell defeated Dewey Robertson (12:28)
7) Harley Race defeated Dick the Bruiser to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (14:45)

Friday, October 8, 1982 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Bob Brown & Buzz Tyler fought Rufus R. Jones & Mike George to a draw in three falls
2) Manny Fernandez defeated Baron Von Raschke (13:41)
3) Mark Romero defeated Roger Kirby (11:48)
4) Handicap Match: Hulk Hogan defeated Greg Valentine & The Great Tio (8:14)
5) Kim Duk & Ken Patera & Hercules Hernandez defeated Dusty Rhodes & Bruce Reed & Dewey Robertson via DQ (14:41)
6) Crusher Blackwell fought Andre the Giant to a double-CO (7:16)
7) Harley Race defeated World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair by winning the first fall of a scheduled three (60:00)

Friday, October 22, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 3,499
1) Terry Orndorff & Mark Romero defeated Crusher Ayala & Roger Kirby via DQ in three falls (17:18)
2) Manny Fernandez defeated Terry Gordy (9:08)
3) Ivan Koloff defeated Mike George (14:21)
4) Buzz Tyler fought Hercules Hernandez to a double-CO (15:08)
5) Bruce Reed defeated Kim Duk (1:02)
6) Hulk Hogan & Dick the Bruiser defeated Greg Valentine & Dewey Robertson (14:02)
7) Ken Paters defeated Crusher Blackwell (16:24)

Friday, November 5, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 4,113
1) Mike George fought Roger Kirby to a draw (15:00)
2) Crusher Ayala fought Bob Brown to a double-CO (12:04) (referee: Chuck Riley)
3) Spike Huber (sub. Terry Orndorff) defeated Kim Duk (12:04)
4) Dewey Robertson & Hercules Hernandez defeated Omar Atlas & Manny Fernandez (17:44)
5) Crusher Blackwell defeated Buzz Tyler (12:01)
6) Ivan Koloff & Greg Valentine defeated Mark Romero & Dick the Bruiser
7) Butch Reed defeated Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race via DQ

Friday, November 19, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 6,328
1) Spike Huber & Manny Fernandez defeated Roger Kirby & Gary Royal in three falls (22:44)
2) Crusher Ayala defeated Omar Atlas (9:04)
3) Peggy Lee defeated Sabrina (8:32)
4) King Kong Brody defeated Mark Romero (4:08)
5) Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown defeated Dewey Robertson & Hercules Hernandez via DQ (12:13)
6) Butch Reed defeated Ivan Koloff (12:31)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Ken Patera in three falls (33:05)

Friday, December 3, 1982 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Buzz Tyler defeated Jerry Brown via DQ
2) Crusher Ayala & Roger Kirby defeated Mike George & Manny Fernandez
3) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Art Crews
4) Bob Brown defeated Dewey Robertson
5) Ken Patera defeated Ivan Koloff
6) Kerry Von Erich defeated Hercules Hernandez
7) Dick the Bruiser & Butch Reed defeated Ric Flair & Crusher Blackwell in three falls

Saturday, January 1, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 11,029
1) Mark Romero & Manny Fernandez defeated Jerry Brown & Kim Duk (17:01)
2) Rick Martel defeated Roger Kirby (8:41)
3) Bobby Duncum defeated Mike George (9:47)
4) Greg Valentine & Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown (11:31)
5) King Kong Brody defeated Crusher Ayala (6:24)
6) Kerry Von Erich defeated Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race via DQ (10:21)
7) Ric Flair defeated Butch Reed (44:28)

Friday, January 21, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Spike Huber & Brad Armstrong defeated Kim Duk & The Beast
2) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Tommy Rich
3) Ox Baker defeated Rick Martel
4) Greg Valentine defeated Bobo Brazil
5) Bob Brown & Dick the Bruiser defeated Crusher Blackwell & Crusher Ayala
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Kerry Von Erich
7) Bobby Ducum defeated King Kong Brody

Friday, February 11, 1983 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Roger Kirby defeated Manny Fernandez (12:41)
2) Rick Martel & Bill Cody & Buzz Tyler defeated Kim Duk & Dewey Robertson & Crusher Ayala (10:08)
3) Ken Patera defeated Ox Baker (7:28)
4) Butch Reed defeated Bobby Duncum (19:04)
5) Dick Murdoch & Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown (14:22)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kerry Von Erich defeated Greg Valentine (22:04)
7) Giant Baba defeated Harley Race to win the PWF Heavyweight Title (13:04)
8) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought King Kong Brody to a draw in three falls (60:00)

Friday, February 25, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Mark Romero & Spike Huber defeated The Convict & Yasu Fuji (14:20)
2) Buzz Tyler defeated Bobby Duncum via DQ (11:41)
3) Bob Brown & Manny Fernandez defeated Ox Baker & Hercules Hernandez (14:20)
4) Rick Martel defeated Dewey Robertson (14:52)
5) Greg Valentine & Harley Race fought King Kong Brody & Dick the Bruiser to a no contest (12:47) (referee: Eddie Smith)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Kerry Von Erich defeated Bob Orton, Jr.
7) Andre the Giant won a 13-man Battle Royal

Friday, March 11, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Roger Kirby defeated Buzz Tyler
2) Kim Duk & Yasu Fuji defeated Mark Romero & Manny Fernandez
3) Hercules Hernandez defeated Spike Huber
4) Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown defeated Dewey Robertson & Greg Valentine
5) Kerry Von Erich defeated The Super Destroyer
6) Harley Race defeated Rick Martel
7) Crusher Blackwell fought King Kong Brody to a double-DQ

Friday, March 25, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Spike Huber defeated Roger Kirby
2) Bobby Duncum defeated Mark Romero
3) Manny Fernandez defeated Jerry Brown
4) Kim Duk & Yasu Fuji defeated Rufus R. Jones & Bob Brown
5) Dick the Bruiser defeated Hercules Hernandez
6) Harley Race & Greg Valentine fought King Kong Brody & David Von Erich to a double-CO
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Kerry Von Erich in three falls

Friday, April 15, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO

Friday, April 29, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Manny Fernandez & Mark Romero & Elizabeth Chase defeated Hercules Hernandez & Eddie Mansfield & Leilani Kai
2) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Dewey Robertson
3) George Wells fought Roddy Piper to a draw
4) Greg Valentine defeated Buzz Tyler
5) Rick Martel & Bob Brown defeated Kim Duk & Grizzly Adams
6) Harley Race defeated David Von Erich
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Crusher Blackwell via CO in three falls

Friday, May 13, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Mark Romero & Jerry Ho defeated Hercules Hernandez & Jerry Brown
2) Dewey Robertson fought Rick Martel to a draw
3) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Manny Fernandez
4) Bobby Duncum defeated Bob Brown
5) Butch Reed fought Greg Valentine to a double-DQ
6) Kerry Von Erich & George Wells defeated Roger Kirby & Kim Duk
7) Harley Race defeated Crusher Blackwell in three falls to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title

Friday, June 10, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) George Wells & Mark Romero defeated Dewey Robertson & Hercules Hernandez in three falls (14:43)
2) Bob Brown fought Roddy Piper to a draw (15:00)
3) Rick Martel defeated Greg Valentine (11:19)
4) Gene Kiniski fought Dick Murdoch to a double-CO (9:28)
5) Bob Orton, Jr. fought David Von Erich to a draw (20:00)
6) Andre the Giant & Dick the Bruiser & Butch Reed defeated Crusher Blackwell & Big John Studd (sub. Jesse Ventura) & Bobby Duncum (11:42)
7) Crusher Blackwell won an 18-man Battle Royal
8) Harley Race defeated Ric Flair in three falls to win the World Heavyweight Title

Saturday, June 18, 1983 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Mark Dartell defeated Max Blue (8:12)
2) Debbie Combs defeated Donna Day (16:47)
3) Spike Huber defeated Vic Peterson (6:27)
4) Handicap Match: Angelo Poffo & Lanny Poffo defeated Moose Cholak (5:05)
5) Randy Savage defeated Doug Vines (9:10)
6) Handicap Match: King Kong Brody defeated Dick Young & Larry Powers (4:48)
7) Adrian Adonis defeated Scott Casey (13:46)
8) Sweet Brown Sugar & Bob Sweetan defeated Tully Blanchard & Bobby Jaggers (16:41)
Promoted by Greater St. Louis Wrestling Enterprises.

Friday, July 15, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Ric Flair defeated Bob Brown (11:03)
2) Dick the Bruiser defeated Bobby Duncum (4:16)
3) Crusher Blackwell defeated Buzz Tyler (11:15)
4) Butch Reed defeated Baron Von Raschke (9:40)
5) Blackjack Lanza defeated Jerry Ho (6:41)
6) David Von Erich defeated Tonga John (4:07)
7) Jesse Ventura defeated Emile Vachon (4:07)
8) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Manny Fernandez (11:42)

Friday, July 22, 1983 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO
1) Tony Atlas defeated Max Blue (4:48)
2) Mike Daggendorf & Angelo Poffo defeated Doug Vines & Moose Cholak (9:14)
3) Scott Casey fought Tiger Conway, Jr. to a double-CO (11:04)
4) Dominic DeNucci & Robert Soto defeated Hans Schroeder & Victor Rivera (10:15)
5) Sweet Brown Sugar fought Bobby Jaggers to a draw (20:00)
6) Randy Savage defeated Big Boy Williams (7:02)
7) Tully Blanchard defeated Bob Sweetan (8:31)
8) Toru Tanaka & Nikolai Volkoff defeated King Kong Brody & Spike Huber via DQ (5:47)
9) Spike Huber won a 20-man Battle Royal (25:27)
Promoted by Greater St. Louis Wrestling Enterprises.

Friday, August 5, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Ron Ritchie defeated Steve Hall (6:00)
2) Roger Kirby & Leilani Kai defeated Bob Brown & Princess Victoria in three falls (19:26)
3) Barry Windham defeated Tonga John (0:37)
4) The Super Destroyer defeated George Wells (11:21)
5) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Rick Martel (12:11)
6) Hulk Hogan & Ron Ritchie & Dick the Bruiser defeated Crusher Blackwell & Blackjack Mulligan & Baron Von Raschke
7) World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Ric Flair in three falls (37:46)

Friday, August 19, 1983 – The Checkerdome – St. Louis, MO – 6,824
1) Al Perez defeated Cocoa Samoa (7:21)
2) Debbie Combs defeated Donna Day (11:41)
3) Jerry Oates defeated Bull Brannigan (1:15)
4) Elimination Match: Tully Blanchard & Eddie Mansfield & Hans Schroeder defeated Tom Prichard & Scott Casey & Brian Madden (3:56)
5) Nikolai Volkoff defeated Mike Milton (3:21)
6) Bob Sweetan & Dick Murdoch defeated Tiger Conway, Jr. & Randy Savage (12:26)
7) Spike Huber fought Adrian Adonis to a draw (20:00)
8) King Kong Brody defeated Toru Tanaka (9:24)
Promoted by Greater St. Louis Wrestling Enterprises.

Friday, September 16, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO

Saturday, September 17, 1983 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO – 6,962
1) Al Perez & Chavo Guerrero defeated Eric Embry & Hans Schroeder (12:21)
2) Buddy Landel fought Tom Prichard to a draw (20:00)
3) Dominic DeNucci & Roberto Soto defeated Ken Timbs & Killer Karl Kox (12:41)
4) Scott Casey defeated Eddie Mansfield via DQ (14:50)
5) Randy Savage fought Tiger Conway, Jr. to a draw (20:00)
6) Adrian Adonis defeated Vic Peterson (3:00)
7) Spike Huber & Jerry Oates defeated Tully Blanchard & Toru Tanaka (18:50)
8) King Kong Brody defeated Nikolai Volkoff via DQ (8:12)
Promoted by Greater St. Louis Wrestling Enterprises.

Friday, October 7, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bull Brannigan vs. Brian Madden
2) Luke Williams vs. Marty Oates
3) Cora Combs & Debbie Combs vs. Donna Day & Ann Jeanette
4) Dutch Mantell vs. Chavo Guerrero
5) Handicap Match: Nikolai Volkoff vs. Ken Timbs & Al Perez
6) Scott Casey & Tiger Conway, Jr. & Tom Prichard vs. Eddie Mansfield & Randy Savage & Buddy Landel
7) Terry Gordy vs. Dominic DeNucci
8) Jerry Oates vs. Dick Murdoch
9) Tully Blanchard vs. Spike Huber
Promoted by Greater St. Louis Wrestling Enterprises.

Saturday, October 29, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Luke Williams fought George Wells to a draw (15:00)
2) Eddie Mansfield defeated Marty Oates (8:42)
3) Bill Irwin defeated Steve Regal (10:48)
4) Randy Savage & Toru Tanaka defeated Tiger Conway, Jr. & Moose Miller (10:28)
5) Tully Blanchard defeated Brian Madden (3:01)
6) Dick Murdoch & Killer Karl Kox defeated Jerry Oates & Scott Casey (18:41)
7) Terry Gordy defeated Spike Huber (20:48)
8) King Kong Brody defeated Nikolai Volkoff (9:24)
Promoted by Greater St. Louis Wrestling Enterprises.

Friday, December 9, 1983 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Bobby Fulton defeated Doug Somers (11:00)
2) Scott Farris & Buzz Tyler defeated 666 & M.E.B. via DQ (11:00)
3) Ron Ritchie defeated Paul Orndorff via DQ (15:00)
4) Austin Idol defeated Buddy Landel via DQ (9:48)
5) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Rufus R. Jones (10:28)
6) Dick the Bruiser & Rick Martel defeated Crusher Blackwell & Ken Patera via DQ
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion David Von Erich defeated Harley Race via DQ

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Good stuff Kriss. Match times and some substitutions are in greater detail than the Matysik eBook on the 1959-83 era, though some of that source's tag team falls are more noted in that regard in that stretch. Many of the cards post Feb 83 are new to me, since they weren't listed in that eBook since Matysik left.

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One Fan Gang wrote: Good stuff Kriss. Match times and some substitutions are in greater detail than the Matysik eBook on the 1959-83 era, though some of that source's tag team falls are more noted in that regard in that stretch. Many of the cards post Feb 83 are new to me, since they weren't listed in that eBook since Matysik left.

I could have listed the individual falls, but it gets to a point where the time it takes doesn't justify the little extra information. Some probably disagree with me there.

I figured a lot of this stuff was out there already. I won't bother going back through the years if it's already done.

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Friday, January 6, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) King Cobra & Tiger Mask defeated Roger Kirby & Scott Farris (13:36)
2) Tully Blanchard defeated Buzz Tyler (7:47)
3) Ron Ritchie defeated 666 (8:59)
4) Dory Funk, Jr. fought Bob Orton, Jr. to a draw (20:00)
5) Crusher Blackwell & Ken Patera defeated Gene Kiniski & Dick the Bruiser (17:31)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated David Von Erich (16:01)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated King Kong Brody via DQ (24:36) (referee: Eddie Smith)

Friday, February 3, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 9,316
1) Mark Youngblood & Jay Youngblood defeated Roger Kirby & Scott Farris (10:41)
2) Buzz Tyler defeated Tully Blanchard (6:25)
3) Blackjack Mulligan defeated T.G. Stone (4:37)
4) Buck Robley fought Jim Brunzell to a draw (20:00)
5) Dick Slater fought Dory Funk, Jr. to a double-CO (19:01) (referee: Eddie Smith)
6) Barry Windham defeated Ken Patera (13:01)
7) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Harley Race (8:04)
8) Barry Windham won a 20-man Battle Royal (other participants included: Crusher Blackwell, Tully Blanchard, Jim Brunzell, Dory Funk, Jr., Scott Farris, Jim Garvin, Luke Graham, Roger Kirby, Wahoo McDaniel, Blackjack Mulligan, Ken Patera, Harley Race, Buck Robley, Dick Slater, T.G. Stone, Buzz Tyler, Jay Youngblood, Mark Youngblood)

Friday, February 10, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Paul Orndorff defeated Bob Boyer
2) Moondog Spot & Moondog Rex defeated Bobby Fulton & Brian Madden
3) Jimmy Snuka defeated Mr. Fuji
4) Mil Mascaras defeated Samula
5) Big John Studd defeated Ivan Putski
6) Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas
7) Andre the Giant defeated David Schultz
8) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Masked Superstar via DQ
9) Big John Studd won an 18-man Battle Royal (other participants: Adrian Adonis, Andre the Giant, Tony Atlas, Bob Boyer, Mr. Fuji, Hulk Hogan, Rocky Johnson, Tiger Chung Lee, Masked Superstar, Mil Mascaras, Moondog Rex, Moondog Spot, Dick Murdoch, Paul Orndorff, Ivan Putski, Samula, David Schultz, Jimmy Snuka)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, February 17, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Dusty Rhodes vs. Luke Graham
2) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race vs. Wahoo McDaniel
3) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair vs. Barry Windham

Friday, March 2, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,465
1) Salvatore Belomo defeated Max Blue (5:20)
2) Moondog Spot & Moondog Rex defeated Terry Daniels & Eddie Gilbert (6:08)
3) David Schultz defeated Brian Madden (5:11)
4) Tito Santana defeated Rene Goulet (9:21)
5) Rocky Johnson defeated Paul Orndorff via DQ (14:45)
6) Brian Blair defeated Dennis Stamp (7:09)
7) Jimmy Snuka & Ivan Putski defeated Tiger Chung Lee & Mr. Fuji (10:00)
8) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan fought Big John Studd to a double-CO (15:42)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Saturday, March 10, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) The Grapplers defeated Ron Ritchie & Dusty Wolfe (18:42)
2) Blackjack Lanza defeated Roger Kirby (6:22)
3) Blackjack Mulligan defeated Ox Baker (3:01)
4) Luke Graham defeated Ron Ritchie (6:21)
5) Jumbo Tsuruta & Genichiro Tenryu fought Greg Gagne & Ted Oates to a draw
6) Handicap Match: Kimala defeated Bob Brown & Buck Zumhofe
7) Indian Strap Match: Wahoo McDaniel defeated Harley Race (7:31)
8) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought King Kong Brody to a double-CO (17:29) (referee: Tom Andrews)

Friday, March 23, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 7,977
1) Salvatore Bellomo defeated Billy Travis (7:00)
2) David Schultz defeated Chief Jay Strongbow (8:45)
3) Paul Orndorff defeated Brian Blair (12:31)
4) Tito Santana defeated Alexis Smirnoff (12:10)
5) Spike Huber defeated Max Blue (6:10)
6) Jimmy Snuka defeated Pete Dougherty (7:15)
7) WWF Tag Team Champions Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas defeated Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis via DQ (18:49)
8) Big John Studd defeated WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan via CO (12:35)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, March 30, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,429
1) The Grappler defeated Ted Oates & Les Thornton (12:14)
2) Dick Slater defeated Buzz Tyler (7:41)
3) Steve Keirn & Stan Lane defeated Paul Kelly & T.G. Stone (11:16)
4) One Man Gang defeated Jim Duggan via DQ (4:23)
5) Jimmy Garvin defeated Chris Adams (17:22)
6) Dick the Bruiser defeated Scott Farris (7:02)
7) Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza & Bruce Reed defeated Crusher Blackwell & Ken Patera & Luke Graham (11:07)
8) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Wahoo McDaniel (12:51)

Friday, April 6, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Spike Huber defeated Dennis Stamp
2) Alexis Smirnoff defeated Salvatore Bellomo
3) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Brian Madden
4) Dick Murdoch fought Tony Atlas to a no contest
5) Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Tito Santana fought Adrian Adonis to a draw (30:00)
6) Paul Orndorff & David Schultz defeated Rocky Johnson & S.D. Jones
7) Steel Cage Match: WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Big John Studd
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, April 13, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 9,294
1) Ted Oates & Jerry Oates defeated Scott Farris & T.G. Stone (11:22)
2) Ron Ritchie defeated Roger Kirby (14:08)
3) The Grapplers defeated Steve Olsonoski & Brad Rheingans (19:13)
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Luke Graham via DQ (7:48)
5) Blackjack Lanza fought Ken Patera to a double-CO (11:02)
6) Chris Adams defeated Jimmy Garvin (16:33)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Harley Race (21:32)

Saturday, May 5, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Judy Martin defeated Desiree Petersen
2) Ivan Putski defeated Manny Gee
3) Adrian Adonis defeated Brian Madden
4) Mil Mascaras defeated Pete Dougherty
5) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Mike Ray
6) Alexis Smirnoff defeated Billy Travis
7) George Steele defeated Bobby Bold Eagle
8) Tony Atlas defeated Dick Murdoch
9) Roddy Piper defeated Jimmy Snuka via DQ
10) Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd via CO
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, May 11, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Blackjack Lanza vs. Ken Patera
2) Wahoo McDaniel & Barry Windham vs. Harley Race & Crusher Blackwell
3) Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) vs. Chris Adams (w/ Sunshine)

Thursday, May 24, 1984 – Belle-Clair Exposition Hall – Belleville, IL
1) Tony Costa defeated Rex Robertson
2) Gary Lawler defeated The Assassin
3) Bull Brannigan defeated Tojo Yamamoto
4) Jason Reeves defeated Grizzly Evans
5) Rooster Griffin & Joey Rossi defeated Billy Travis & Moose Miller
6) Debbie Combs defeated Donna Day
7) King Kong Brody & Spike Huber defeated Pat Kelly & Mike Kelly
Promoted by Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling.

Friday, May 25, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Alexis Smirnoff defeated Lanny Kean (7:02)
2) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Billy Travis (6:44)
3) Don Muraco defeated Salvatore Bellomo (7:10)
4) Greg Valentine defeated Tony Garea (13:21)
5) Jesse Ventura defeated Brian Madden (6:12)
6) Spike Huber & Brian Blair defeated Pat Kelly & Mike Kelly (10:01)
7) Big John Studd defeated S.D. Jones (7:53)
8) Jimmy Snuka defeated Roddy Piper via CO (8:05)
9) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff via DQ (11:31)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, June 1, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 7,643
1) Marty Jannetty defeated Roger Kirby (10:05)
2) The Grapplers defeated Ted Oates & Thomas Ivey (8:32)
3) Tommy Rogers defeated T.G. Stone (9:42)
4) Jim Duggan defeated Luke Graham via DQ (6:10)
5) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Kimala via DQ (5:55)
6) Blackjack Mulligan & Blackjack Lanza defeated Crusher Blackwell & Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie (12:45)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought Kerry Von Erich to a draw (60:00)

Friday, June 15, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Mad Dog Vachon defeated Lanny Kean (5:18)
2) Don Muraco defeated Brian Madden (5:40)
3) Jesse Ventura defeated Billy Travis (6:02)
4) Spike Huber & Brian Blair defeated Moondog Spot & Moondog Rex (7:55)
5) George Steele defeated Salvatore Bellomo (6:00)
6) Bob Backlund defeated Tiger Chung Lee (20:43)
7) Andre the Giant defeated Alexis Smirnoff (6:13)
8) WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated S.D. Jones & Mil Mascaras (7:44)
9) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff (11:56)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, June 22, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 3,812
1) Ted Oates defeated Akio Sato (10:20)
2) T.G. Stone defeated Art Crews (9:24)
3) Marty Jannetty & Tommy Rogers defeated The Grapplers (15:20)
4) Ted Oates defeated Luke Graham (9:48)
5) Nick Bockwinkel defeated Steve Olsonoski (13:08)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated Curt Hennig (15:13)
7) Crusher Blackwell defeated Billy Robinson (15:08)
8) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Wahoo McDaniel (24:12)

Friday, July 13, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 4,054
1) Ted Oates defeated T.G. Stone (12:42)
2) Grappler #1 defeated Tommy Rogers
3) Grappler #2 fought Marty Jannetty to a draw (20:00)
4) The Fabulous Moolah & Peggy Lee defeated Desiree Patterson & Winona Little Heart (14:32)
5) The Missing Link defeated Rufus R. Jones (5:12)
6) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race fought Wahoo McDaniel to a double-CO (13:22)
7) Kerry Von Erich & Barry Windham defeated Ric Flair & Barry Windham (34:19)

Friday, July 20, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,000
1) Jerry Valiant defeated Billy Travis (6:51)
2) Mad Dog Vachon defeated Moondog Rex (6:02)
3) Moondog Spot defeated Mil Mascaras (6:16)
4) Kimala defeated Max Blue (4:00)
5) George Steele defeated Brian Madden (4:44)
6) Sgt. Slaughter defeated Roger Smith (5:11)
7) WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated Brian Blair & Spike Huber (9:03)
8) Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd (15:02)
9) Fijian Strap Match: Jimmy Snuka defeated Roddy Piper (10:24)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, August 3, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,296
1) Gypsy Joe defeated Art Crews (10:15)
2) Ted Oates defeated Marty Jannetty (12:18)
3) Buzz Tyler & Jim Brunzell defeated Crusher Blackwell & Luke Graham (15:14)
4) Dick the Bruiser defeated Chris Markoff (7:03)
5) Grappler #1 defeated Tommy Rogers (15:38)
6) King Parsons defeated Harley Race via DQ (14:23)
7) Blackjack Lanza defeated Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissie (9:20)
8) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought Kerry Von Erich to a draw (60:00)

Friday, August 10, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 6,500
1) Don Muraco defeated Brian Madden
2) Junkyard Dog defeated Max Blue
3) Nikolai Volkoff defeated John Phillips
4) The Spoiler defeated Billy Travis
5) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Pat Patterson
6) Ken Patera defeated Tony Garea
7) Kimala defeated Salvatore Bellomo
8) Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts Jerry Valiant & Alexis Smirnoff & Max Blue
9) Big John Studd & Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch defeated Afa & Sika & Samula
10) Rocky Johnson defeated David Schultz
11) Ivan Putski defeated Jesse Ventura via CO
12) George Steele (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan via CO
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, August 24, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 4,924
1) Elimination Match: Buzz Tyler & unknown & unknown fought Gypsy Joe & unknown & unknown to a draw (20:00)
2) Rufus R. Jones defeated T.G. Stone (10:09)
3) Cowboy Lang defeated Lord Littlebrook (11:17)
4) Ted DiBiase defeated Luke Graham (5:12)
5) Hacksaw Higgins defeated Blackjack Lanza via DQ (12:13)
6) Jimmy Valiant & Barry Windham defeated The Grapplers (19:09)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Harley Race defeated King Parsons via CO (22:22)

Friday, September 14, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Marty Jannetty defeated T.G. Stone
2) Gypsy Joe defeated Tommy Rogers
3) Tony Apism & Ted DiBiase & Buzz Tyler defeated Mr. Saito & Hacksaw Higgins & Ox Baker
4) Crusher Blackwell defeated Jim Brunzell via CO
5) Chris Adams defeated Jimmy Garvin
6) The Road Warriors defeated Blackjack Lanza & Dick the Bruiser
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Harley Race

Friday, September 28, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Junkyard Dog defeated Rene Goulet
2) Kamala defeated Tony Garea
3) Brutus Beefcake defeated Salvatore Bellomo
4) Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco defeated The Spoiler & Jerry Valiant
5) Nikolai Volkoff defeated Rocky Johnson
6) Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy defeated Moondog Rex & Moondog Spot via CO
7) Roddy Piper defeated S.D. Jones
8) Ivan Putski defeated Bob Orton, Jr. (sub. Jesse Ventura)
9) Tito Santana defeated Paul Orndorff via DQ
10) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Mr. Fuji
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, October 5, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Gypsy Joe & The Animal defeated Marty Jannetty & Tommy Rogers (14:28)
2) Mr. Pogo defeated Tony Russo (7:49)
3) Jim Brunzell & Bob Brown defeated The Grapplers (11:48)
4) Hacksaw Higgins defeated Tug Taylor (7:09)
5) Tony Atlas defeated Paul Ellering (11:27)
6) The Road Warriors defeated Ted DiBiase & Buzz Tyler (23:19)
7) King Kong Brody fought Crusher Blackwell to a double-DQ (8:42)

Thursday, October 25, 1984 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) S.D. Jones vs. The Spoiler
2) Big John Studd vs. Ivan Putski
3) Sgt. Slaughter defeated Alexis Smirnoff
4) Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco defeated Moondog Spot & Moondog Rex
5) The Iron Sheik fought Rocky Johnson to a draw
6) Junkyard Dog defeated Paul Orndorff via DQ
7) Andre the Giant (sub. Hulk Hogan) defeated Kamala
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, October 26, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 5,291
1) Marty Jannetty & Steve Olsonoski defeated Gypsy Joe & Mr. Pogo (12:07)
2) King Parsons defeated T.G. Stone (5:47)
3) Mike Von Erich & Bob Brown defeated Sheik Abdullah & The Animal (8:47)
4) Ronnie Garvin defeated Hacksaw Higgins via DQ (12:13)
5) Ted DiBiase defeated The Missing Link (4:08)
6) AWA World Tag Team Champions The Road Warriors fought Dory Funk, Jr. & Terry Funk to a double-DQ (14:51)
7) AWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel fought Harley Race to a draw (60:00)

Friday, November 16, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 6,982
1) Rufus R. Jones & Marty Jannetty defeated Gypsy Joe & Mike Blood (12:42)
2) Bob Brown defeated Mr. Pogo via DQ (16:18)
3) Ken Timbs defeated Marty Jannetty (10:52)
4) Kevin Von Erich defeated Billy Robinson (10:47)
5) Terry Funk & Wahoo McDaniel & Dick the Bruiser defeated Hacksaw Higgins & T.G. Stone & Baron Von Raschke (9:16)
6) Crusher Blackwell defeated Harley Race to win the Missouri Heavyweight Title (9:46)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought King Kong Brody to a no contest (21:00) (referee: Eddie Smith)

Wednesday, November 28, 1984 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated S.D. Jones
2) Brutus Beefcake defeated Rick McGraw
3) Paul Orndorff defeated The Tonga Kid via DQ
4) Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco defeated Mr. Fuji & Buddy Rose
5) Jimmy Snuka defeated Rene Goulet
6) Nikolai Volkoff defeated Mad Dog Vachon via DQ
7) Big John Studd fought Blackjack Mulligan to a no contest
8) Roddy Piper defeated Junkyard Dog via CO
9) Jimmy Snuka won a 20-man Battle Royal
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation. It is very likely that the Battle Royal was the first match and was used to set the card. Roddy Piper versus Junkyard Dog was the only advertised match other than the Battle Royal.

Friday, December 7, 1984 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 5,347
1) Steve Olsonoski & Marty Jannetty defeated Tug Taylor & Mike Blood (11:07)
2) T.G. Stone defeated Dusty Wolfe (2:01)
3) Roger Kirby & Ken Timbs defeated Mark Youngblood & Jay Youngblood (14:04)
4) Rufus R. Jones defeated Sheik Abdullah (9:07)
5) Dick the Bruiser & Bob Brown defeated Gypsy Joe & Mr. Pogo (12:31)
6) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Hacksaw Higgins (sub. King Kong Bundy) (4:48)
7) Kerry Von Erich defeated Crusher Blackwell (12:48)
8) Crusher Blackwell won a 20-man Battle Royal

Thursday, December 27, 1984 – St. Louis Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Bret Hart fought Johnny V to a draw
2) The Spoiler defeated S.D. Jones
3) WWF Tag Team Champions Dick Murdoch & Adrian Adonis defeated Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco
4) Jimmy Snuka defeated Bob Orton, Jr.
5) Junkyard Dog defeated Roddy Piper via DQ (referee: Lou Thesz)
6) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Brutus Beefcake
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

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Any updates you want to share are welcomed. I am enjoying the extra info and it may be of help to others doing research.

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One Fan Gang wrote: Any updates you want to share are welcomed. I am enjoying the extra info and it may be of help to others doing research.
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Even for those not doing research, the greater the detail the better IMO.  Thanks.

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Great research guys.

Jeff, the last package going out to you next week.

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Friday, January 4, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,260
1) Elimination Match: Marty Jannetty & Mike Bond & Dave Peterson defeated Gary Royal & T.G. Stone & Sheik Abdullah (11:04)
2) Ken Timbs defeated Art Crews (12:28)
3) Rufus R. Jones & Bob Brown defeated Mr. Pogo & Roger Kirby (17:06)
4) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Terry Funk (12:27)
5) Harley Race fought Bob Backlund to a draw (30:00)
6) Kerry Von Erich defeated Tug Taylor (sub. Crusher Blackwell) (4:02)
7) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought King Kong Brody to a no contest (22:00) (referee: Eddie Smith)

Thursday, January 25, 1984 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Tony Garea defeated Steve Lombardi (sub. Mr. Fuji)
2) Swede Hanson defeated Terry Gibbs (sub. David Sammartino vs. Buddy Rose)
3) Don Muraco defeated S.D. Jones
4) Mr. Wrestling II defeated Jerry Valiant (sub. Tonga Kid vs. Moondog Spot)
5) Ivan Putski defeated Moondog Rex
6) WWF Women’s Champion Wendi Richter defeated Judy Martin
7) Roddy Piper & Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Jimmy Snuka & Junkyard Dog
8) Tito Santana defeated Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Greg Valentine via CO
9) Paul Orndorff defeated WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan via DQ
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, January 24, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 10,806
1) Marty Jannetty & Art Crews defeated Sheik Abdullah & Gary Royal (16:45)
2) Rufus R. Jones defeated The Outlaw (7:38)
3) Candi Devine defeated Diane Van Hoffman (9:47)
4) Bob Brown & Dick the Bruiser defeated Ken Timbs & Mr. Pogo (12:38)
5) Texas Death Match: Terry Funk defeated Wahoo McDaniel (12:18)
6) Harley Race defeated Crusher Blackwell (14:32)
7) King Kong Brody defeated Kamala (w/ Friday) via DQ (6:46)
8) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair defeated Kerry Von Erich (38:04)

Friday, February 15, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 8,217
1) Dusty Wolff & Art Crews defeated Gary Royal & T.G. Stone (7:42)
2) Marty Jannetty defeated Ken Timbs via DQ (8:42)
3) Rufus R. Jones defeated Roger Kirby (2:22)
4) Bob Brown & Dick the Bruiser defeated Mr. Pogo & Sheik Abdullah (14:22)
5) Sgt. Slaughter defeated The Missing Link (3:58)
6) Wahoo McDaniel defeated Gene Kiniski (8:34)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Crusher Blackwell fought Harley Race to a double-DQ (18:12)
8) No DQ: World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair fought King Kong Brody to a draw (60:00)

Sunday, February 17, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Bret Hart defeated Terry Gibbs (sub. David Schultz)
2) The Spoiler defeated Rick McGraw
3) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Mad Dog Vachon (sub. Junkyard Dog)
4) Ivan Putski defeated Johnny V
5) The Iron Sheik defeated George Wells
6) Brutus Beefcake defeated Tony Garea
7) Lumberjack Match: Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Greg Valentine defeated Tito Santana
8) Andre the Giant & Junkyad Dog (sub. Blackjack Mulligan) fought Big John Studd & Ken Patera to a double-DQ
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, March 8, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 5,210
1) Rufus R. Jones defeated Ken Timbs (8:49)
2) Starship Coyote & Starship Eagle defeated Steve Olsonoski & Marty Jannetty (16:14)
3) Dick the Bruiser defeated Mr. Pogo via DQ (8:16)
4) Mike Von Erich defeated Jimmy Garvin (15:17)
5) Sgt. Slaughter fought Wahoo McDaniel to a double-CO (5:48)
6) Jim Brunzell & Greg Gagne defeated Masked Superstar & Mr. Saito (11:11)
7) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Crusher Blackwell defeated Bob Brown (11:06)
8) AWA World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel defeated Nick Bockwinkel (29:18)

Thursday, March 14, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Barry O fought Matt Borne to a draw (20:00)
2) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated Bret Hart
3) George Wells defeated Jerry Valiant
4) Texas Tornado Match: Andre the Giant & Junkyard Dog defeated Ken Patera & Big John Studd
5) Tony Atlas defeated Buddy Rose
6) Don Muraco defeated Swede Hanson
7) Jim Neidhart defeated Rick McGraw
8) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Paul Orndorff via DQ
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, March 29, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO – 5,837
1) Marty Jannetty & Dave Peterson defeated Gary Royal & Ken Timbs (14:38)
2) Gypsy Joe defeated Roger Kirby (9:47)
3) Starship Coyote & Starship Eagle defeated Rufus R. Jones & Art Crews (14:26)
4) The Super Destroyer (sub. Harley Race) defeated Johnny Mantell (15:14)
5) Jim Brunzell & Rufus R. Jones (sub. Dick the Bruiser) fought Mr. Pogo & The Missing Link to a draw (30:00)
6) Dick the Bruiser (sub. King Kong Brody) fought Wahoo McDaniel to a double-DQ (6:11)
7) Kerry Von Erich defeated World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair via DQ (29:08)

Friday, April 19, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Gypsy Joe & Dave Peterson defeated Ken Timbs & Sheik Abdullah (13:42)
2) Art Crews fought Gary Royal to a draw (20:00)
3) Marty Jannetty defeated The Missing Link (14:51)
4) Starship Coyote & Starship Eagle defeated Shawn Michaels & Dave Peterson (15:22)
5) Rufus R. Jones & King Parsons defeated Mr. Pogo & Starship Eagle via DQ (15:12)
6) Harley Race defeated Butch Reed (16:30)
7) Steel Cage Match: Dick the Bruiser defeated Wahoo McDaniel (6:42)

Saturday, April 20, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) George Wells fought Bret Hart to a draw (20:00)
2) Jim Neidhart defeated Tony Garea
3) Bob Orton, Jr. defeated The Cobra
4) Roddy Piper defeated Jimmy Snuka via DQ
5) King Kong Bundy defeated Rick McGraw
6) Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo defeated WWF Tag Team Champions The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff via DQ
7) Ricky Steamboat defeated Jerry Valiant (sub. Buddy Rose)
8) Handicap Match: Andre the Giant defeated Big John Studd & Bobby Heenan
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Sunday, May 12, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Mr. Pogo vs. Marty Jannetty
2) Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers vs. Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
3) Mike Von Erich vs. Rip Oliver
4) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair vs. Kevin Von Erich

Thursday, May 30, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) George Steele defeated Rene Goulet via CO
2) Big John Studd & The Missing Link (sub. Ken Patera) & Bobby Heenan defeated Ivan Putski & George Wells & Swede Hanson
3) Jimmy Snuka defeated Barry O
4) Paul Orndorff fought Bob Orton, Jr. to a double-CO
5) Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Greg Valentine defeated Tito Santana
6) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Don Muraco (15:00)
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, May 31, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Crusher Blackwell & Mr. Pogo vs. Dick the Bruiser & Jim Duggan
2) King Parsons vs. Jimmy Garvin
3) Kamala vs. Sgt. Slaughter
4) Kevin Von Erich vs. Chris Adams

Friday, June 21, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Harley Race vs. Bobby Duncum
2) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair vs. Kerry Von Erich

Sunday, June 30, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Randy Savage defeated Tony Garea
2) David Sammartino defeated Barry O (sub. Lanny Poffo vs. Moondog Spot)
3) Nikolai Volkoff & The Iron Sheik & The Missing Link defeated Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo & George Steele via DQ
4) Jim Neidhart defeated Swede Hanson
5) Big John Studd defeated S.D. Jones (sub. Jimmy Snuka)
6) Junkyard Dog defeated Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Greg Valentine via DQ
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, July 12, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) World Junior Heavyweight Champion Denny Brown vs. King Parsons
2) Central States Tag Team Champions Marty Jannetty & Bob Brown vs. Bobby Eaton & Dennis Condrey
3) Dick the Bruiser vs. Mr. Pogo
4) Kerry Von Erich vs. Gino Hernandez

Friday, July 26, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Ivan Putski vs. Steve Lombardi (cancelled)
2) Lanny Poffo defeated Barry O
3) Randy Savage defeated Jose Luis Rivera (sub. Rick McGraw)
4) Uncle Elmer defeated Moondog Spot
5) B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Rene Goulet & Steve Lombardi (sub. The Spoiler)
6) Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Tito Santana defeated Brutus Beefcake via DQ
7) Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff defeated Roddy Piper & Bob Orton, Jr.
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, August 2, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Michael Hayes & Terry Gordy vs. Curt Hennig & Steve Olsonoski
2) Texas Death Match: Mr. Pogo vs. Dick the Bruiser
3) Missouri Heavyweight Champion Crusher Blackwell vs. Harley Race
4) World Heavyweight Champion Ric Flair vs. Sgt. Slaughter

Sunday, August 18, 1985 – Fairmount Park Racetrack – Collinsville, IL
1) Rob Phillips vs. The Assassin
2) Spike Huber & Jason Reeves vs. The Spoiler & Rooster Griffin
3) King Kong Brody vs. Ox Baker
Promoted as a day of “Racing & Wrestling”.

Saturday, August 24, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated Mike Sharpe & Steve Lombardi
2) Adrian Adonis defeated Ivan Putski
3) Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion Tito Santana defeated Randy Savage via DQ
4) King Kong Bundy defeated S.D. Jones
5) Junkyard Dog & Ricky Steamboat defeated Mr. Fuji & Don Muraco
6) The Iron Sheik defeated George Steele via DQ
7) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated Nikolai Volkoff
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Sunday, September 29, 1985 – The Arena – St. Louis, MO
1) Lanny Poffo vs. Mike Sharpe (cancelled)
2) The Missing Link defeated George Wells
3) King Tonga defeated Moondog Spot
4) The Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
5) Paul Orndorff fought Roddy Piper to a draw
6) Don Muraco defeated Ricky Steamboat via CO
7) Junkyard Dog defeated Terry Funk
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, October 25, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Cousin Junior defeated Rene Goulet (sub. The Missing Link)
2) The Spoiler defeated Rick McGraw (sub. George Wells vs. Rene Goulet)
3) B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell defeated The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
4) Uncle Elmer defeated Big John Studd via DQ
5) Cpl. Kirschner defeated Barry O
6) WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine defeated Mike Rotundo & Mr. Wrestling II (sub. Barry Windham)
7) WWF Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defeated King Kong Bundy via CO
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

Friday, November 29, 1985 – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO
1) Cousin Junior vs. Randy Savage (cancelled)
2) Lanny Poffo defeated Rene Goulet
3) King Tonga defeated Terry Gibbs
4) Mike Rotundo defeated Les Thornton
5) Terry Funk defeated Junkyard Dog via CO
6) WWF Tag Team Champions Brutus Beefcake & Greg Valentine defeated B. Brian Blair & Jim Brunzell
7) Pedro Morales defeated Moondog Spot
8) Andre the Giant defeated King Kong Bundy via DQ
Promoted by World Wrestling Federation.

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There are no mentions in the St. Louis newspaper of any NWA cards in 1986 until October. Graham Cawthon's site has cards listed as "Central States @ St. Louis" for this period though. The Central States part is nonsense, of course. Crockett bought the St. Louis Wrestling Club, but the cards were still promoted under the SLWC banner in 1986. Cawthon has a card for Jan 1, the same day that WWF ran. Does anyone have a better source for NWA cards in St. Louis in 1986 from January to September?

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Kriss- Larry Matysik put out an ebook a few years back with every St. Louis card (and TV airdate) going back to when he started attending in 1959.
Really the years that have not been researched the most are during the 40's.



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