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katook wrote: Did Joe Turco ever get a win?
Or Joe Mirto?



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KGB wrote: katook wrote: Did Joe Turco ever get a win?
Or Joe Mirto?

Apparently he beat Steve Lomabardi in Miami in January 1987, but there's every chance that result is incorrect without some verification.



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I collect results from 1964 through 1973. I have AWA jobber Angel Rivera with no wins, 74 losses and 1 draw. Someone mentioned Joe Turco...99 wins, 488 losses and 44 draws. Then there is our beloved Frank Hickey...20 wins, 381 losses and 5 draws.

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Kriss wrote: KGB wrote: katook wrote: Did Joe Turco ever get a win?
Or Joe Mirto?

Apparently he beat Steve Lombardi in Miami in January 1987, but there's every chance that result is incorrect without some verification.

I don't subscribe to Newspapers.com any more, but that result (Merto over Lombardi) is listed in the 1/19/87 issue of the Miami Herald (a bit of jiggery pokery and you can make it out).

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Magnum Milano wrote: Kriss wrote: KGB wrote: katook wrote: Did Joe Turco ever get a win?
Or Joe Mirto?

Apparently he beat Steve Lombardi in Miami in January 1987, but there's every chance that result is incorrect without some verification.

I don't subscribe to Newspapers.com any more, but that result (Merto over Lombardi) is listed in the 1/19/87 issue of the Miami Herald (a bit of jiggery pokery and you can make it out).

There's always a chance that the newspaper got it wrong, though. I've been looking at a lot of Los Angeles results recently, and the different newspapers didn't always agree on who won.




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Kriss wrote: Magnum Milano wrote: Kriss wrote: KGB wrote: katook wrote: Did Joe Turco ever get a win?
Or Joe Mirto?

Apparently he beat Steve Lombardi in Miami in January 1987, but there's every chance that result is incorrect without some verification.

I don't subscribe to Newspapers.com any more, but that result (Merto over Lombardi) is listed in the 1/19/87 issue of the Miami Herald (a bit of jiggery pokery and you can make it out).

There's always a chance that the newspaper got it wrong, though. I've been looking at a lot of Los Angeles results recently, and the different newspapers didn't always agree on who won.



They couldn't have Koko do the job to Orndorff with him not far removed from his huge program with Hogan?  This looks like a modern house show where all the babyfaces have to win no matter what.



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Kriss wrote: Magnum Milano wrote: Kriss wrote: KGB wrote: katook wrote: Did Joe Turco ever get a win?
Or Joe Mirto?

Apparently he beat Steve Lombardi in Miami in January 1987, but there's every chance that result is incorrect without some verification.

I don't subscribe to Newspapers.com any more, but that result (Merto over Lombardi) is listed in the 1/19/87 issue of the Miami Herald (a bit of jiggery pokery and you can make it out).

There's always a chance that the newspaper got it wrong, though. I've been looking at a lot of Los Angeles results recently, and the different newspapers didn't always agree on who won.



Agree, although I tend to hold a bit more validity to something reported in the paper as opposed to if the result was just in say Shedlock or Mat Results.

Here's a few more Crockett jobbers from going through my records:

Ron Rossi 0-113

David Isley 0-155

Larry Stephens 0-169-1

Trent Knight 1-170 (his sole win was a DQ win over Kevin Sullivan)

Tommy Angel 4-233 (one dark match win in a tag at a TV taping, three house show wins)

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Trent Knight made it to his own trading card...


...I think another job guy also got a DQ win over Sullivan, perhaps it was a gimmick of his, brutalize the jobbers and not care about being disqualified.  Could be a gimmick worth resurrecting.  If they ever brought jobbers back.



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I thought Isley had a bunch of wins as part of the Thunderfoot team though?

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Principal_Raditch wrote: I thought Isley had a bunch of wins as part of the Thunderfoot team though?
Weren't The Thunderfoots Joel Deaton and Gene Ligon?

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kargol wrote: Trent Knight made it to his own trading card...


...I think another job guy also got a DQ win over Sullivan, perhaps it was a gimmick of his, brutalize the jobbers and not care about being disqualified.  Could be a gimmick worth resurrecting.  If they ever brought jobbers back.

02.06.88 WCW - Ryan Wagner DQ Kevin Sullivan

02.07.88 WCW Sunday - Joe Cruz DQ Kevin Sullivan

02.13.88 Worldwide - Joe Cruz DQ Kevin Sullivan

They later did a similar gimmick with Stan Hansen in 1990, Vader and Sullivan again (around the time he was the Taskmaster I think).

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kargol wrote: Trent Knight made it to his own trading card...


...I think another job guy also got a DQ win over Sullivan, perhaps it was a gimmick of his, brutalize the jobbers and not care about being disqualified.  Could be a gimmick worth resurrecting.  If they ever brought jobbers back.

It definitely was his gimmick for a bit.  He also had the greatest jobber match ever against Hardbody Harrison at the beach.



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Magnum Milano wrote: Principal_Raditch wrote: I thought Isley had a bunch of wins as part of the Thunderfoot team though?
Weren't The Thunderfoots Joel Deaton and Gene Ligon?

Initially, but I think Isley filled in later on for Ligon

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How about AWA sad sacks Rooster Griffin or Puppy Dog Pelliquin?



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Rooster worked Bruiser's WWA higher up the card as a manager, so I imagine he got some wins there somehow.

Peloquin worked Winnipeg in the later 80's as "Mad Dog" Peloquin so he would have won a good chunk of matches there if they were pushing a Mad Dog gimmick.



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