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AlGetz

 

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My new blog, Charting the Territories, is live with a unique look at wrestling in the territorial era. This past week I looked at the Amarillo territory in 1966. Next week I will look at Central States in 1966.

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Ok now that I could read it I have a better idea of what you're doing. Not a bad concept. It could end some arguments or misconceptions depending on how many results you're actually working off of.

I'd love to see Southern California for 1965. When I took apart that territory about eight years ago it seemed like Pedro Morales never lost a match until September after he started in January.

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Obviously the more cards the better. Some territories have a lot of cards that can be found using the online newspaper archives (Florida and Amarillo in particular), but quite a few don't. SoCal in the mid-60s is somewhere in the middle. Right now I'm focusing on how the cards were booked as opposed to results or win-loss records.

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AlGetz wrote: Right now I'm focusing on how the cards were booked as opposed to results or win-loss records.Ah ok, I thought this was based on some type of win/lose/draw formula.



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