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Kriss
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Monday, January 1, 1940 – Civic Center – Hammond, IN – 1,900
1) Boxing: Jimmy Beers defeated Lawrence “Dusty” Rhodes
2) Dory Funk defeated Billy Sands (6:30)
3) Len Macaluso defeated Don Juan Humberto (60:00)
i) Macaluso pinned Humberto (42:00)
ii) The time limit expired
4) Don Louis Thesz defeated Hans Schnabel
i) Thesz defeated Schnabel via DQ (19:41)
ii) Thesz pinned Schnabel (12:30)

Monday, January 15, 1940 – Civic Center – Hammond, IN – 2,800
1) Dory Funk defeated Bex Capretti (7:02)
2) Len Macaluso defeated Hans Schnabel
i) Mascaluso defeated Schnabel via DQ (10:05)
ii) Mascaluso pinned Schnabel (16:47)
3) Don Louis Thesz fought Bob Haak to a draw (90:00)
i) Thesz pinned Haak (35:25)
ii) Haak pinned Thesz (26:20)
iii) The time limit expired

Wednesday, December 15, 1954 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX – 3,000
1) Frankie Murdoch defeated Chet Wallick
2) Vern Taft & Eric Pederson defeated Polo Cordova & Jesse James in three falls
3) World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz defeated Bob Geigel in three falls

Wednesday, January 4, 1956 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Dory Funk defeated Dizzy Davis in three falls
2) World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz defeated Art Nelson in three falls

Wednesday, February 22, 1956 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Ramon Torres fought Bob Geigel to a draw (20:00)
2) The Golden Terror defeated Cowboy Carlson
3) Danny Savich fought Dizzy Davis to a no contest
4) World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz fought Ed Francis to a no contest in three falls
The main event ended when Francis was counted out of ring while Thesz lay unconscious in the ring.

Thursday, February 23, 1956 – Ector County Coliseum – Odessa, TX
1) Mike Clancy fought Ramon Torres to a draw (15:00)
2) Bob Geigel defeated Rip Rogers via DQ in three falls (referee: Ray Clements)
3) World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz defeated Dory Funk via DQ in three falls (referee: Ray Clements)

Wednesday, August 1, 1956 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Tokyo Joe vs. Farmer Jones
2) Lou Thesz vs. Hans Schnabel

Monday, October 8, 1956 – Key City Sportatorium – Abilene, TX
1) Rip Rogers fought Hajji Baba (sub. Bob Orton) to a draw (20:00)
2) Loser Leaves Town: Dory Funk defeated Tokyo Joe in two straight falls
3) Lou Thesz defeated Bob Geigel in three falls

Wednesday, April 3, 1957 – Fair Park Coliseum – Lubbock, TX
1) Kurt Von Poppenheim defeated Tommy O’Toole
2) The Fabulous Moolah fought Judy Grable to a double-DQ in three falls
3) Larry Hamilton defeated Roy Shire via DQ in three falls
4) World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz fought Don Curtis to a double-CO in three falls (referee: Ray Clements)

Friday, February 26, 1965 – Auditorium – St. Joseph, MO – 4,106
1) Bobby Shane defeated Harry Madison
2) Larry Hamilton fought Bob Geigel to a draw (20:00)
3) Steve Bolas defeated Tom Clark
4) Sonny Myers & Doug Gilbert defeated Dutch Savage & Great Hercules via DQ in three falls
5) World Heavyweight Champion Lou Thesz defeated Ron Reed in three falls
You have him in Tampa vs. Tarzan Tyler on this date, but I think that is the same match you have for the 16th.

Thursday, August 31, 1972 – Sports Arena – Amarillo, TX
1) Texas Death Match: Cyclon Negro defeated Dory Funk, Sr. (48:00) (referee: Lou Thesz)
By winning the main event, Cyclon Negro was proclaimed the “King of the Texas Death Match”.

Wednesday, February 26, 1975 – Fairgrounds Arena – Nashville, TN
1) Little Coco defeated Pat Kennedy
2) Jerry Barber defeated Charlie Fulton (sub. Lou Thesz)
3) George Barnes & Bill Dundee fought Jimmy Golden & George Gulas to a draw
4) Jackie Fargo & Roughhouse Fargo defeated Luke Graham & Don Duffy



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