St. Petersburg Independent – May 2, 1979
TAMPA – For a moment Tuesday night at Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Jim Garvin saw his Florida Heavyweight title slip into the clutches of Bugsy McGraw while the referee was looking the other way. Continue reading
Posted in 1979
Tagged Blond Bombers, Bubba Douglas, Buddy Rogers, Bugsy McGraw, Cyclone Negro, Don Muraco, Don Serrano, Dusty Rhodes, Frenchy Bernard, Herb Calvert, Jerry Brisco, Jim Garvin, Karl Kox, Killer Kahn, Ox Baker, Pak Song, Ray Candy, Sonny King, Steve Keirn
The Sydney Morning Herald – November 1, 1974
Greek George Gouliovas and Italian Mario Milano clash with Cyclone Negro and Lorenzo Perente in a tag match for the Austra Asian belts at the Hordern Pavilion tonight.
St. Petersburg Times – September 11, 1969
TAMPA – Cyclone Negro and Beautiful Brutus took the feature over the Great Malenko and Dale Lewis Tuesday night at Tampa’s Homer Hesterly Armory. Sam Steamboat went to a draw with Hiro Matsuda. Duke Keomuka and El Mongol defeated the Bastien Brothers. Big Cat King smashed Eduardo Parez and Bob Roop won over the masked Red Shadow.
Posted in 1969
Tagged Bastien Brothers, Beautiful Brutus, Big Cat King, Bob Roop, Cyclone Negro, Dale Lewis, Duke Keomuka, Eduardo Parez, El Mongol, Great Malenko, Hiro Matsuda, Red Shadow, Sam Steamboat