Ripper Collins, Beauregarde Disqualified

Honolulu Star-Bulletin – February 3, 1966

Ripper Collins and his valet, Beauregarde, were disqualified, as usual, at the Civic Auditorium last night and thereby lost their tag team match with Lord Blears and Nick Bockwinkel.

Blears took the first fall from Beauregarde with a double leg lock, but Collins pinned Blears with an atomic drop. Then the villains threw Bockwinkel over the ropes and were banished from the ring.

Johnny Barend captured the U.S. title belt by taking two of three falls from Nick Kozak. Barend used an atomic drop to take the first and third falls, while Kozak won the second with a backbreaker.

Harold Sakata, otherwise known as Tosh Togo or “Oddjob” of the James Bond movies, defeated Dean Higuchi. After they split a pair of falls, Higuchi missed a flying tackle and was counted out.

The Golden Terror and Neff Maiava each took a fall, then wrestled to the time limit draw.

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