The Progress-Index – August 23, 1957
ANOTHER CAPACITY CROWD like the one shown above at last week’s Richmond wrestling show is expected tonight as the same girls, Babs Wingo, challenger, (left) and Ethel Johnson, Negro girls champion, tangle in the ARE show tonight.
An extra 500 seats will help take care of an expected capacity gathering tonight at the State Fair Grounds for promoter Bill Lewis’ professional wrestling program which features a pair of Negro girl wrestlers in a Texas-rules match. Continue reading
The Dispatch – November 16, 1956
Glamour boys of wrestling go against traditional roughnecks in one of the best rounded cards presented here in months at the Lexington YMCA tomorrow night.
Heading the popular guys is the big television favorite Ricki Starr who returns here for the second straight week at his own request. Continue reading
The Dispatch – November 5, 1956
Mills Boys Disqualified
A Veterans’ Day special that packs plenty of wallop and offers two main events is slated in wrestling action at the Lexington YMCA Saturday night.
Ricki Starr, one of the rapid-rising young stars of the ring today and a fellow fans have been asking to see, makes his debut this week. The former Purdue University amateur great who once aspired to ballet dancing and who has been seen time after time on television, takes on the “Denver Destroyer” Tom Bradley in one of two main events. Continue reading
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Tagged Al Mills, Ali Bey, Jack Bence, Jerry Gordet, Jim Austeri, Mike Paidousis, Nick Roberts, Pete Managoff, Ray Mills, Ray Villmer, Ricki Starr, Tom Bradley, Wally Lamb