Eugene Register-Guard – February 17, 1972
Friday night, Bull Ramos will get the match he’s been looking forward to when he tangles with Dutch Savage in the main event of the professional wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading
Eugene Register-Guard – March 9, 1972
Dutch Savage will take on Bull Ramos Friday night at Lane County Fairgrounds in a professional wrestling “Miners Death Match.” Continue reading
Panama City News-Herald – August 21, 1972
Cowboy Bob Kelly, a favorite here, will team up with Frank Dalton in a tag team match against Black Bart and Bad Boy Hines next Thursday at Rainbow Garden.
Mike Boyette meets Eddie Sullivan in a “hippie” match, with no ropes and no referee, Ken Lucas and Billy Spears will have a return battle, and Dickie Parlor will take on a top Black wrestler, L. D. Lewis.
Ocala Star-Banner – May 17, 1972
Florida heavyweight wrestling champion, Jack Brisco, meets Bearcat Wright in the main event of the mat card at the City Auditorium Saturday night.
Brisco is outweighed 231 to 272 pounds by the huge Wright, one of the few nationally-ranked black wrestlers in the pro ranks. Continue reading
Milwaukee Sentinel – February 14, 1972
Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens won two of three falls from Red Bastien and Reggie (Crusher) Lisowski to take the main event of the wrestling card before a sellout crowd of 6,112 at the Arena Saturday night. Continue reading
Posted in 1972
Tagged Billy Howard, Bull Bullinski, Crusher Lisowski, Don Muraco, Dusty Rhodes, Harry Henning, Ivan Koloff, Jack Pesek, Nick Bockwinkel, Ray Stevens, Red Bastien, Ricky Ferrora
The Kenyon Collegian – October 26, 1972
By Will Morrisey
The gymnasium in Mt. Vernon’s Pleasant Street Junior High School lacks the proper atmosphere for professional wrestling. Brightly lit, clean, well-ventilated: the longtime fan misses the flattened orange drink containers, the obnoxious and greasy teen-aged popcorn vendors and the familiar stench of stale cigar smoke so characteristic of places like Cobo Hall in Detroit and the old Madison Square Garden. But, even with all their grimy magnificence, the old arenas, like the old idols, are falling, and when the wrestlers came into town a week ago yesterday night, they and their devotees were forced to adjust to what seemed an unusual sanctuary. Continue reading
Florence Times – Twin-Cities Daily – November 9, 1972
Len Rossi returns to wrestle ex-football player George Hultz as the main event for tonight’s wrestling at the Florence-Lauderdale Coliseum. Continue reading
Florence Times — Tri-Cities Daily – November 10, 1972
Len Rossi defeated George Hultz, the McGuire twins won over the Blitzer and Jimmy Kent, and Frankie Lane downed the Blitzer in wrestling action Thursday night at the Florence-Lauderdale Coliseum. Continue reading
Eugene Register-Guard – April 8, 1972
Dutch Savage retained his Northwest heavyweight professional wrestling championship Friday night at Lane County Fairgrounds with a victory over Johnny Boyd on two of three falls.
In a midget match, Bobo Johnson and Cowboy Lang beat the Little Crusher and Little Bruiser.
The Vancouver Sun – March 28, 1972
Billed as a battle of the thumbs, that’s how it was decided Monday night as Dutch Savage stopped Bulldog Brown in the main event before 2,700 wrestling fans at Exhibition Gardens.
Savage took the third fall with a shot to Brown’s throat with his thumb. In other bouts: Steven Little Bear defeated Emir Akbar, Buck Ramstad and Billy Francis teamed to handle Jack Bence and Mr. Ota, Eddie Morrow dispatched John Foley and Ray Steele and Peppe Ville battled to a draw.
Posted in 1972
Tagged Billy Francis, Buck Ramstad, Bulldog Brown, Dutch Savage, Eddie Morrow, Emir Akbar, Jack Bence, John Foley, Mr. Ota, Peppe Ville, Ray Steele, Steven Little Bear