Honolulu Star-Bulletin – February 10, 1966
Ripper Collins and Tosh (Oddjob) Togo grappled to a standoff against Neff Maiava and Gil Ane in a tag team wrestling match at Civic Auditorium last night.
Collins scored the first fall, pinning Ane with an atomic drop. Then Maiava subdued Collins with head butts to even the score. Time ran out before the third fall could be marked up and the match ended in a draw. Continue reading
Honolulu Star-Bulletin – January 27, 1966
There was extra-curricular action in the wrestling ring last night at Civic Auditorium.
Nick Kozak was supposed to meet Ripper Collins in a feature match. But before things got under way, Johnny Barend sneaked into the ring and attack Kozak with a cane. Kozak was rendered hors de combat and Nick Bockwinkel had to substitute for him. He and Collins split two falls and no one could get a second pin before the time limit. Continue reading
Honolulu Star-Bulletin – January 20, 1966
Ripper Collins lifted Ron Reed’s Hawaiian heavyweight title last night by taking two out of three falls at the Honolulu International Center Arena.
Reed won the first fall with a reverse cradle, but Collins captured the second by applying the boots to his foe’s head and stomach. Reed then missed with a flying dropkick and Collins subdued him with an atomic drop. Continue reading
Posted in 1966
Tagged Alberto Torres, Bearcat Wright, Fuji Fujiwara, Gil Ane, Golden Terror, Joe Scarpa, Johnny Barend, Kenji Shibuya, Nick Bockwinkel, Nick Kozak, Pat Patterson, Ray Stevens, Ripper Collins, Ron Reed