The Kingston Daily Freeman – May 23, 1962
Pro Mat Show
Buddy (Natureboy) Rogers will head a star studded cast as professional wrestling makes another appearance tonight at the Kingston Municipal Auditorium. Rogers, who will be making his first appearance in this city, will meet Pompero Firpo in one of five bouts which are expected to attract a top crowd. Action will begin at 8:40 p. m. Continue reading
Posted in 1962
Tagged Al Costello, Buddy Rogers, Edouard Carpentier, Fabulous Kangaroos, Fred Atkins, Giant Baba, Lou Albano, Mike Mazurki, Pampero Firpo, Ray Heffernan, Tony Altomare, Tony Monovsos
Chicago Tribune – October 21, 1961
The tag team of Johnny Valentine and Bruno Sammartino beat Buddy Rogers and Bob Orton last night in the feature event of a wrestling show in the Amphitheater at the stockyards.
The show drew 5,706 who paid $15,293.49. They saw Sammartino end the match with a bear hug on Rogers, the world’s champion, in the third and deciding fall. Other results:
Mark Lewin and Don Curtis and Jim Hady and Luis Martinez were disqualified in a tag team match; The Crusher beat Carl Engstrom; Mr. Sato and Great Togo beat Billy Goelz and Johnny Gilbert; Shohei Baba beat Jack Allen, and Sweet Daddy Siki beat Johnny Kace.
Posted in 1961
Tagged Billy Goelz, Bob Orton, Bruno Sammartino, Buddy Rogers, Carl Engstrom, Don Curtis, Giant Baba, Great Togo, Jim Hady, Johnny Gilbert, Johnny Kace, Johnny Valentine, Luis Martinez, Mark Lewin, Mr. Sato, Sweet Daddy Siki, The Crusher