The Leader-Post – September 27, 1955
Jack Pesek and John Foti are two fellows who think Texan Lou Plummer is nothing more than a blow-hard. Pesek will have his chance to prove it Thursday night at the Auditorium when he and Plummer meet in the main event of a pro wrestling card. Continue reading
Posted in 1955
Tagged Brown Panther, Chief Suni War Cloud, Cowboy Bradley, Jack Dillion, Jack Hady, Jack Pesek, John Foti, Lou Newman, Lou Plummer, Otto Bowman, Pedro Godoy, Tom Thumb
Baltimore Sun – April 23, 1957
Chief Big Heart and Dr. Jerry Graham renew their wrestling feud tonight in the top mat attraction at the Coliseum.
The two grapplers have accepted terms to don boxing gloves for ten two-minute rounds, so that a definite winner can be established.
Secondary feature to the main bout will be a midget tag-team match, with the team of Tom Thumb and Pee Wee James matching wits with the duo of Tito Infante and the Brown Panther.
The tag team match will as usual be a two-out-of-three-fall match, with a one-hour time limit.
Two preliminaries are also slated on tonight’s card. Czaya Nandor, a newcomer from Hungary, will meet Rocky Lee, the Texas star, in a one-fall, one-hour limit test, while Lou Klein and Oyama Kato tangle in the first match of the evening.