Houston Chronicle – August 21, 1955
Pepper Gomez, one of the greatest Texas champions wrestling has had, gets a chance at the world’s heavyweight title when he meets Louis Thesz in the most important main event of the year at the City Auditorium on Friday night.
St. Petersburg Times – January 22, 1958
Mr. Moto, 230 pounds, famed Japanese wrestler from Tokyo, will top the triple attraction wrestling card at the National Guard Armory tonight. Opening event starts at 8 o’clock. Continue reading
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