Tag Archives: Crusher Stasiak

Savage, Stasiak, Adonis Win Six-Team Battle Royal

Eugene Register-Guard – July 14, 1979

Dutch Savage, Crusher Stasiak and Adrian Adonis teamed to whip Buddy Rose, Rip Rogers and John Mantell in two falls out of three in a six-team tag match Friday night in the main event of a pro wrestling card at the Eugene Armory. Continue reading

Savage, Stasiak Meet Rose, Rogers Team

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

Savage, Claw Vie At Marist

Eugene Register-Guard – July 19, 1973

Dutch Savage will defend his newly won Oregon heavyweight championship against The Claw in the main event on Friday night’s professional wrestling card at Marist High School. Continue reading

Savage-Stasiak Take Mat Triumph

Eugene Register-Guard – April 21, 1973

Dutch Savage pinned Clay Spencer in the third and deciding fall of the feature match to give himself and Crusher Stasiak a win over Spencer and Bull Ramos in a team-tag affair on the professional wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds Friday night.

Steven Little Bear beat Cowboy Frankie Lane on a disqualification in the semi-main event and Jim Gagne and Haru Sasaki drew in the opener.

Savage Defeated But It Took Two

Eugene Register-Guard – January 23, 1971

The Avenger defeated Northwest heavyweight champion Dutch Savage at the Lane County Fairgrounds Friday night but the championship belt won’t change hands because of a disqualification when The Avenger got some unwanted help.

Mad Dog Morowski jumped into the ring and aided in the defeat of Savage, but the Eugene Wrestling Commission nullified the victory and allegedly fined Morowski $100.

In other matches, the Von Stieger Brothers defeated Crusher Stasiak and Carlos Belafonte in a non-title tag team match, Joey Russell and Sunny Boy Hayes beat Little Brutus and Sky Low Low, and Morowski whipped Dean Kalani.