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 Posted: Tue Mar 23rd, 2021 10:00 pm
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Anyone find a win for Memphis Jobbers Keith Eric, Pat Hutchinson,

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Outside of the turkey on a pole match, did Jake "The Milkman" Milliman win a match? What about the "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay? And the name Bombo Rivera keeps coming to mind but I'm not sure he wrestled or played for the Twins?

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Looks like Jake beat Tom "Rocky" Stone at a house show in 1989 in Milwaukee. Jay had intermittent wins through the 60's and 70's vs other jobbers in the AWA

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BitterOldMan wrote: Outside of the turkey on a pole match, did Jake "The Milkman" Milliman win a match? What about the "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay? And the name Bombo Rivera keeps coming to mind but I'm not sure he wrestled or played for the Twins?
Your thinking of angel rivera or nacho Barrera for Bombo.
Jay won here and there including a pin on tv over angel Rivera and iirc a tv win over sgt Jacques goulet.

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Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.

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I knew I had a bunch of the Tony Condello shows from the late 70s and in the "Random Results 7" thread there are some listings where Mad Dog Peloquin won a few matches, plus a battle royal and in a lineup for one is listed as a defending champion, so you'd think it might have been won in the ring.

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khawk wrote: Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.
You really should be using wrestlingdata for old-school wrestling results. WD has 86 results for Eric vs only 32 at cagematch (still no wins for Eric). CM looks better, has better search features, and has more cards from current wrestling, but WD has the goods hands down on old-school results.

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Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.
You really should be using wrestlingdata for old-school wrestling results. WD has 86 results for Eric vs only 32 at cagematch (still no wins for Eric). CM looks better, has better search features, and has more cards from current wrestling, but WD has the goods hands down on old-school results.
The search function being quicker is why I went there first. No disrespect to your site. I find both useful in various ways so I’ll reference both, if that’s ok. 

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khawk wrote: Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.
You really should be using wrestlingdata for old-school wrestling results. WD has 86 results for Eric vs only 32 at cagematch (still no wins for Eric). CM looks better, has better search features, and has more cards from current wrestling, but WD has the goods hands down on old-school results.
The search function being quicker is why I went there first. No disrespect to your site. I find both useful in various ways so I’ll reference both, if that’s ok. 

No. It's not ok.



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Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.
You really should be using wrestlingdata for old-school wrestling results. WD has 86 results for Eric vs only 32 at cagematch (still no wins for Eric). CM looks better, has better search features, and has more cards from current wrestling, but WD has the goods hands down on old-school results.
The search function being quicker is why I went there first. No disrespect to your site. I find both useful in various ways so I’ll reference both, if that’s ok. 

No. It's not ok.

Briefly taking my tongue out of my cheek... While it's not at all obvious how to look at a wrestler's WL record on Wrestlingdata, if you click on the "Years" tab, you get a wrestler's WL record broken down by each year.



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Kriss wrote: Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.
You really should be using wrestlingdata for old-school wrestling results. WD has 86 results for Eric vs only 32 at cagematch (still no wins for Eric). CM looks better, has better search features, and has more cards from current wrestling, but WD has the goods hands down on old-school results.
The search function being quicker is why I went there first. No disrespect to your site. I find both useful in various ways so I’ll reference both, if that’s ok. 

No. It's not ok.

Briefly taking my tongue out of my cheek... While it's not at all obvious how to look at a wrestler's WL record on Wrestlingdata, if you click on the "Years" tab, you get a wrestler's WL record broken down by each year.
I do need to explore it more. 
...so is the answer so far “Keith Eric”? Only one I’ve found without a win.

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khawk wrote: Kriss wrote: Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Kriss wrote: khawk wrote: Also cagematch has zero wins for Keith Eric. Limited sample size but he’s an 0-fer on their site.
You really should be using wrestlingdata for old-school wrestling results. WD has 86 results for Eric vs only 32 at cagematch (still no wins for Eric). CM looks better, has better search features, and has more cards from current wrestling, but WD has the goods hands down on old-school results.
The search function being quicker is why I went there first. No disrespect to your site. I find both useful in various ways so I’ll reference both, if that’s ok. 

No. It's not ok.

Briefly taking my tongue out of my cheek... While it's not at all obvious how to look at a wrestler's WL record on Wrestlingdata, if you click on the "Years" tab, you get a wrestler's WL record broken down by each year.
I do need to explore it more. 
...so is the answer so far “Keith Eric”? Only one I’ve found without a win.


From this thread, Keith Eric had the most know matches all being losses (86) and Curt Hawkins has the longest losing streak (269)



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Checking through the Wrestlingdata database (using the "Statistics" option on the main page), Keith Eric does indeed have the worst record of all wrestlers with 0 wins.

Another notably awful career record is Randy Barber (1-149-2). His only known victory was at a WWF house show in Birmingham in 1985 when he defeated Paul Garner, who himself has an impressive record of (0-49).

Only two US wrestlers have a WL difference of more than 1000: Steve Lombardi (202-1371-18) and Charlie Fulton (292-1371-18).

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Cagematch gives Barber another win, over Buzz Sawyer, "by referee's decision".



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