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Bernard’s Team Cops Mat Win

Long Island Star-Journal – March 7, 1962

Brute Bernard and Skull Murphy won two of three falls from Bud Cody and Gordon Nelson in the tag team feature of last night’s pro wrestling card at Sunnyside Garden. Continue reading

Orton, Kangaroos In Mat Matinee

Long Island Star-Journal – June 8, 1962

Bob Orton and The Great Scott will clash with the Fabulous Kangaroos – Roy Heffernan and Al Costello – in the best-of-three falls tag team match which headlines a non-televised pro wrestling matinee card at Sunnyside Garden tomorrow. Continue reading

‘Bull’ Curry Roars To Aid Police Pals

Sunday Herald – February 17, 1957

ON YOUR MARK... Just for kicks, of course.  Police Sgt. Edward Garrity, right, is just kidding as he makes to tackle the villain of the police VFW past annual wrestling show.  Peace-maker in center is Ptlmn William Kearns.

ON YOUR MARK… Just for kicks, of course. Police Sgt. Edward Garrity, right, is just kidding as he makes to tackle the villain of the police VFW past annual wrestling show. Peace-maker in center is Ptlmn William Kearns.

Hartford’s own “Bull” Curry returned briefly to his home town from his mid-West haunts, to stage a roaring exhibition of wrestling for the benefit of his former police buddies’ VFW post. Continue reading

Daddy Lipscomb Returns To Baltimore As Rassler

The Washington Afro-American – March 8, 1960

BALTIMORE

Gene “Big Daddy” Lipscomb, giant All-Pro tackle who has been outstanding with the World Champion Baltimore Colts for the past two years, returns to Baltimore in a new role next Monday night. Continue reading

Fans Feel Iaukea Got What He Deserved

Asbury Park Evening Press – July 2, 1966
By Wes Moon

Prince Iaukea, that big 385-pound brute from Hawaii, deserved just what that nice Bruno Sammartino gave him last night in the feature wrestling match at Convention Hall, most of the fans agreed. Continue reading