Tag Archives: Black Bart

Ol’ Yellow Dog Rounds Up Ron Bass With The Help Of Cowpoke Dusty Rhodes

St. Petersburg Independent – January 11, 1984
By Gene Taylor

TAMPA – With the help of Dusty Rhodes, the Yellow Dog saddled up Ron Bass and rode him to the second fall in a Lights Out Texas Death Match at the Sun Dome last night.  Black Bart arrived to save Bass from further indignity. Continue reading

Buck Night At Wrestling

Panama City News-Herald – December 6, 1971

Wrestling fans will not only be admitted for $1 each but will see an 11-man battle royal and five other matches Thursday night at Rainbow Garden.

Fans’ appreciation night will be observed.  Lee Fields will join 10 other wrestlers in a battle royal for $250 purse. Continue reading

Kelly, Dalton To Team Up

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.

11-Man Battle For Mat Fans

Panama City News-Herald – December 5, 1971

wrestlers Dick Dunn and Cowboy Bob Kelly sign their contracts alongside promoter Rocky McGuire

WRESTLERS SIGN – Two of the 11 wrestlers who will compete in the big battle royal Thursday night at Rainbow Garden sign up with Promoter Rocky McGuire. Left is Dick Dunn, right is Cowboy Bob Kelly. They usually wrestle as a team.

An 11-man battle royal for a $250 purse, featuring the return of long time favorite Lee Fields, is scheduled for next Thursday night’s wrestling card at Rainbow Gardens, when Fans’ Appreciation Night will be observed with everyone admitted for $1. Continue reading

The Squared Circle

Beaver County Times – July 25, 2002

TOP 10

KURT ANGLE

KURT ANGLE

1. The Undertaker
2. Rob Van Dam
3. Brock Lesnar
4. Kurt Angle
5. Jamie Noble
6. Eddie Guerrero
7. Test
8. Booker T
9. Ken Shamrock, NWA-TNA
10. Jeff Hardy

ERIC BISCHOFF

ERIC BISCHOFF

Look for: Eric Bischoff to recruit many “Smackdown!” superstars and feud with some of his old WCW wrestlers. Continue reading

Wrestling Bill Is Completed

The Milwaukee Journal – December 27, 1967

Two more acts, added Tuesday, complete the professional wrestling card to be staged Saturday night at the Auditorium.  Reg Parks and Doug Gilbert will meet Black Bart and Barron Von Roschke in a tag match and Eddie Sharkey will pair off with Johnny Kace in the curtain raiser.  In other exhibitions, Harley Race will meet Igor Vodik in what is billed as the main event and Hard Boiled Haggerty will appear with Rene Goulet in the semifinal.

World Class Wrestlers Tangle At FH

Fort Hood Sentinel – December 11, 1986
By Sonya Hill and Jenna Westlein

Dingo the Warrior picks on Master Gee

Dingo the Warrior picks on Master Gee

In hair pulling, teeth grinding, head banging action, 12 world class wrestlers awed and entertained a large Fort Hood audience Dec. 4 at Abrams Physical Fitness Center. Continue reading

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The Cherokeean – November 13, 1986

Lance Von Erich 11-13-86

LANCE VON ERICH will be one of the several wrestling stars featured at a World Class Wrestling Match at Lon Morris Gym at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15.  The event is sponsored by the Cherokee County Charities Association.  Matches include Dingo Warrior versus Maniac Matt Borne; Von Erich versus Maddog Buzz Sawyer; Cowboy Scott Casey versus Black Bart; Chief Mark Youngblood versus Brian Adias; Perry Jackson versus Grappler No. 1.  Tickets are available at Blankinship TV, Rusk Home Video and All That Video in Jacksonville.  Ringside prices are $8 advance, $9 gate; chairs, $7 advance, $8 at the gate; general admission, $5 advance and $6 gate; children, $3 advance and $4 gate.

It Was No Snap For Billy Jack, But He Did Dim Nagasaki’s Lights

St. Petersburg Independent – March 21, 1984
By Gene Taylor

TAMPA – Billy Jack was as good as his word.  He had announced publicly he was going to do a number on Kendo Nagasaki in their Lights Out Steel Cage match at the Sun Dome last night.  He succeeded, but it wasn’t easy.

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Wrestling

The Palm Beach Post – February 14, 1984

Professional

At WPB Auditorium Yesterday’s Results

1. Kendo Nagasaki pinned Dennis Brown, 4:56, 2. Mike Davis won by disqualification over One Man Gang, 3:28, 3. Les Thornton pinned Hector Guerrero, 12:38, 4. Six-man tag team match, Chief Jo Light Foot, Billy Jack, Barry Windham won by pinfall over Cowboy Ron Bass, Black Bart and Hacksaw Duggan, 5. Dusty Rhodes pinned Kharma, 4:50, 6. World Heavyweight title match, Rich Flair and Mike Rotundo fought to a 60-minute draw.