Daytona Beach Morning Journal – February 6, 1982
Spruce Creek High School will once again be the site for professional wrestling tonight at 8 p.m. The main event will feature a grudge match between Killer Karl Kox and The Iron Sheik. Other wrestlers on the card include Mike Graham, J.J. Dillon, Jack Brisco, and Dory Funk Jr.
St. Petersburg Times – February 12, 1969
TAMPA – Dory Funk Jr., former West Texas State tackle from Amarillo, Tex., defeated Gene Kiniski in the feature match of last night’s wrestling show at Fort Homer Hesterly Armory. Continue reading
Ocala Star-Banner – June 29, 1987
Something called the Global Wrestling Alliance is being perceived as a threat by the recently-merged Jim Crockett Promotions and Championship Wrestling from Florida combine. That’s the reason old pro Bugsy McGraw was signed away from the GWA for work in Florida on NWA promotions. Continue reading
St. Louis Post-Dispatch – October 4, 1997
That Which We Call A Rose …
Here’s a real bunch of sweethearts, the guys who will be slammin’ it out at Badd Blood, this Sunday at the Kiel Center. Continue reading
Posted in 1997
Tagged Animal, Bret Hart, Brian Pillman, British Bulldog, Dory Funk Jr., Dude Love, Godwinns, Harley Race, Hawk, Headbangers, Henry O. Godwinn, Jack Brisco, Ken Shamrock, Legion of Doom, Lou Thesz, Mosh Thrasher, Phineas I. Godwinn, Shawn Michaels, Terry Funk, The Patriot, Undertaker, Vader, World Wrestling Federation, WWF
The Miami News – May 7, 1975
Professional wrestling’s world heavyweight champion lost a match but kept his title last night at Miami Beach Convention Center. Dory Funk Jr. won by disqualification over Jack Brisco, but a title cannot change hands on a disqualification.
Posted in 1975
Tagged Bearcat Wright, Bob Graffin, Bob Roop, Chris Markoff, Danny Hodge, Dory Funk Jr., Dusty Rhodes, Eddie Graham, Hiro Matsuda, Jack Brisco, John Smith, Mark Starr, Mike Graham, Mongolian Stomper, Pepper Gomez, Rick Fields, Rocky Johnson, Tiger Conway Jr.
The Miami News – November 7, 1974
Bob Armstrong retained his North American heavyweight wrestling championship last night, winning by disqualification over Dory Funk Jr., before 3,677 fans at Miami Beach Auditorium.
Posted in 1974
Tagged Beautiful Bruce, Bill Watts, Bob Armstrong, Bob Backlund, Bobby Duncum, Danny Hodge, Dick Slater, Don Muraco, Dory Funk Jr., Dusty Rhodes, Frank Hester, Frank Monte, Gene Lewis, Greg Valentine, Jerry Brisco, Mongolian Stomper, Terry Funk, Tony Parisi