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 Posted: Thu Mar 11th, 2010 08:22 am
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Kriss
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Graham has these on his site, are they Harley Race?

WWWF @ New Haven, CT - Arena - March 29, 1963
Johnny Barend vs. Gene Kelley
Gordo Chihuahua & Frank Martinez vs. Buddy Austin & the Great Scott
Art Thomas vs. the Great Mortimer
Bruno Sammartino vs. the Shadow

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - May 17, 1963 (19,639)
The Magnificent Maurice pinned Karl Steif at 9:53
Pat Barrett pinned Godo Chihuahua at 10:11
Johnny Barend pinned Tim Woods at 11:14
Pedro Morales pinned Willie Bath at 9:58
The Great Mortimer pinned the Great Scott at 8:29
The Fabulous Kangaroos defeated Pete Sanchez & Vittorio Apollo after 30 minutes
Bruno Sammartino defeated WWWF World Champion Buddy Rogers via submission with a backbreaker in 48 seconds to win the title
Bobo Brazil & Dory Dixon fought WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard to a curfew draw

WWWF @ New York City, NY - Madison Square Garden - August 2, 1963 (14,677)
Tim Woods defeated Prince Nero at 15:36
Gorilla Monsoon defeated Karl Steif at 3:58
The Great Mortimer defeated Magnificent Maurice at 7:08
Eduard Carpentier & Vittorio Apollo fought WWWF U.S. Tag Team Champions Skull Murphy & Brute Bernard to a draw
The Fabulous Kangaroos defeated Pete Sanchez & Pedro Morales in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match, 2-0; fall #1: the Kangaroos won via disqualification at 4:25; fall #2: the Kangaroos won at 18:49
Killer Kowalkski pinned Ron Reed at 1:56
Buddy Rogers & Johnny Barend defeated WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino & Bobo Brazil in a Best 2 out of 3 Falls match at 17:53, 2-1; fall #1: Rogers & Barend won; fall #2: Sammartino & Brazil won; fall #3: Rogers & Barend won

I think these are supposed to be The Great Mortier (Hans Mortier)



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