Eugene Register-Guard – August 9, 1979
Dutch Savage and Crusher Stasiak will team up in an elimination match against Playboy Buddy Rose and Hustler Rip Rogers as the main event in Friday night’s pro wrestling card at the Eugene Armory. Continue reading
Posted in 1979
Tagged Adrian Adonis, Buddy Rose, Butch Miller, Crusher Stasiak, Dutch Savage, Gene Kelly, Johnny Mantell, King Parson, Luke Williams, Matt Borne, Rip Rogers, Sal Martino
Eugene Register-Guard – April 7, 1979
Dutch Savage defeated Bad News Brooks in a “glove match” and Adrian Adonis and Ron Star drew with Playboy Buddy Rose and Ed Wiskowski in a tag-team match Friday night on the professional wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds. George Wells won by a disqualification over Roddy Piper in the preliminary bout, and Bob Kincaid defeated Hector Guerrero in the opener.
Eugene Register-Guard – April 14, 1979
Dutch Savage defeated Roddy Piper on a disqualification in the main event Friday night on the professional wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading
Posted in 1979
Tagged Adrian Adonis, Barry Barton, Buddy Rose, Dutch Savage, Ed Wiskowski, George Wells, Hector Guerrero, Judy Martin, Matt Borne, Roddy Piper, Ron Starr, Vickie Williams
Rome News-Tribune – April 19, 1978
Things are apt to get a little “Dusty” Thursday night at Rome’s Memorial gymnasium, much to the delight of professional wrestling fans in the area.
Dusty Rhodes is returning to Rome that night to headline a four-match card that begins at 8:30 p.m. The weekly programs are sponsored jointly by the Rome-Floyd Recreation Authority and Georgia Championship Wrestling, Inc. Continue reading
Posted in 1978
Tagged Adrian Adonis, Dusty Rhodes, Georgia Championship Wrestling, Helmut Schmidt, Mighty Invader, Mr. Wrestling II, Nick Bockwinkel, Pez Whatley, Pierre LeFebvre, Stan Hanson, Wolfgang Schmidt
Eugene Register-Guard – February 10, 1979
Bad News Brooks tuned up for his match next week with Jesse Ventura by dumping Dutch Savage two out of three falls in pro wrestling action Friday night at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading
The Milwaukee Journal – February 22, 1987
Rowdy Roddy Piper defeated Adrian Adonis on a disqualification in the World Wrestling Federation main event before a crowd of 5,710 at the Milwaukee Auditorium Saturday night. Continue reading
Posted in 1987
Tagged Adrian Adonis, Assassin, Bob Orton Jr., Don Muraco, Harley Race, Junkyard Dog, Mike Sharpe, Moon Dog Spot, Paul Roma, Pedro Morales, Rick Martel, Roddy Piper, Scott McGhee, Siva Afi, Terry Gibbs, Tom Zenk
Eugene Register-Guard – June 30, 1979
Dutch Savage defeated Rip Rogers in the main event on the pro wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds after Rogers replaced Buddy Rose, who was unable to make flight connections from Hawaii in time to arrive for his scheduled match with Savage. In preliminary bouts, Lord Jonathan Boyd defeated Kurt Von Steiger and Adrian Adonis bested Dale Lewis.
Eugene Register-Guard – April 5, 1979
Dutch Savage and Bad News Brooks will meet in a “coal miner’s glove match” Friday night in the pro wrestling feature at the Lane County Fairgrounds. The combatants will go after a steel-laced glove at the top of a 10-foot pole, and the one who gets it first can use it on his opponent.
In prelims, Adrian Adonis and Ron Starr will team against Buddy Rose and Ed Wiskowski, Roddy Piper will test Hector Guerrero and George Wells will take on Bob Kincaid. Fans may call 345-9717 for reservations for the 8 p.m. card.