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Okay now to be 100% honest I am a huge Mil Mascaras mark. And I always defend him - after all in Mil's day we really didn't care if he "sold" or if he lost, etc.

I have quite a bit of him on video. But to be terribly honest, I don't think this guy got pinned very often. Double especially not in the US. I do have video of him getting cleanly beaten by The Destroyer (Japan) and even dropping a fall in a 2-out-of-3 match vs Ricky Steamboat and the same deal in a 2-out-of-3 match vs Gypsy Joe.

I realize Japan results might not be as widely out there but I am curious as to at least as much as possible determining who all does own pinfall wins over Mil. That way next internet fight I am in over this I can start quoting the many jobs of Mil Mascaras.

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Mascaras lost once in a while when he first came to the United States in 1969 and 1970.

7/4/69 Los Angeles, CA @ Olympic Auditorium
Black Gordman beat Mil Mascaras 2/3
Bobo Brazil drew Bull Ramos when the time limit expired in the 3rd fall
Roger Brown & Arman Hussian & Lex Byrd beat Mike Riker & The Oregon Lumberjack & The Alaskan
Chris Markoff beat Sir Albert Landsdown
Francisco Flores drew Pepper Martin
Alfonso Dantes beat Art Mahalik
att: 8,953

10/3/69 Los Angeles, CA @ Olympic Auditorium
NWA Champion Dory Funk Jr drew The Sheik when the time limit expired in the 3rd fall
Chain match
Bull Ramos beat Mil Mascaras
Dory Funk Sr & Terry Funk beat The Hangman & Oregon Lumberjack
Great Kojika beat Pepper Martin
Jim Osborne & Ray Gordon beat Los Medicos
att: 8,493

10/30/69 Bakersfield, CA @ Strelich Stadium
Don Carson beat Mil Mascaras 2/3
Lord Littlebrook beat Little Bruiser 2/3
El Medico & Cowboy Lang beat Karl Von Brock & Mighty Atom
Chief Blackhawk beat Great Kojika dq

12/18/69 Bakersfield, CA @ Strelich Stadium
Fred Blassie beat Mil Mascaras 2/3
Mr. Moto dcor Great Kojika
Rocky Johnson beat Oregon Lumberjack
Chief Blackhawk drew Mysterious X

12/19/69 Los Angeles, CA @ Olypic Auditorium
International Champion Shohei Giant Baba beat Fritz Von Erich
No dq, Cage Match
Great Kojika beat Mil Mascaras to win Americas Title
Special Referee: Joe Louis
Earl Maynard & Rocky Johnson beat Don Carson & Fred Blassie
El Medico beat Karl Von Brock
Pepper Martin beat Magnificent Maurice
Mysterious X drew Black Hawk

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7/25/70 San Antonio, TX @ Municipal Auditorium
American Champion Fritz Von Erich beat Killer Kowalski 2/3
Texas Champion Johnny Valentine beat Mil Mascaras 2/3
Mike York beat Benny Matta via pin to win a 6 man Wrestle Royal
Swede Karlson beat Don Drummer
Stu Gibson beat Jerry Usher

8/4/70 Galveston, TX @ Moody Civic Center
Johnny Valentine beat Mil Mascaras 2/3
Killer Karl Kox beat Tiger Conway 2/3
Ronnie Etchison beat Mark Starr
Swede Karlson beat Don Drummer
Att: 1,500

10/21/70 San Antonio, TX @ Municipal Auditorium
Mexican Death Match
Johnny Valentine beat Mil Mascaras
Joe Blanchard & Bob Orton beat Great Malenko & Lord Charles Montague 2/3
Toru Tanaka beat Jim Pesek
Mr Wrestling beat Mike York dq
George Scott beat Eduardo Perez

10/24/70 San Antonio, TX @ Municipal Auditorium
Loser Leaves Texas
Johnny Valentine beat Mil Mascaras 2/3
1.    Mascaras won 1st fall
2.    Valentine won 2nd fall
3.    Valentine won 3rd fall
Russian Chain Match
Bob Orton beat Great Malenko
Jim Pesek & Mike York & Toru Tanaka beat Benny Matta & Wahoo McDaniel & Killer Kowalski
Great Scott beat Mike Paidousis
Mr Wrestling beat Eduardo Perez

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That 10/24/70 card looked heavy in commonly-known to be Mid-Atlantic talent (J.Valentine, Wahoo, Mr. Wrestling, Malenko)  Was that the case for that particular show/talent exchange or just a coincidence?

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All of them had been wrestling in Texas for several months. Johnny Valentine didn't go to Crockett until late 1973. Wahoo wrestled his first match for Crockett in 1973 and became a regular for JCP in 1974. Mr Wrestling Tim Woods mainly wrestled in JCP, Florida and Georgia but did manage to have stints in Texas and Omaha among other places. Malenko wrestled mainly in Florida and JCP but he had such a long career that he spent time in the WWWF where he was enhancement talent using his real name Larry Simon, in Omaha as Otto Von Krupp and in Texas. He may have even wrestled some places I don't know about. Some of the old Washington DC clippings Ron Witmer (quasi) has refer to Malenko as Black Diamond Simon.

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Malenko also wrestled and managed in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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Mascaras doesn't seem shy doing the job here -

http://youtube.com/watch?v=6GF6QDgMvgU&mode=related&search=




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