Utica Observer-Dispatch – September 12, 1957
By Bob Wilbur
Clinton – Yukon Eric won the first fall, but Pat O’Connor rallied to take the next two to gain a popular decision over Yukon in last night’s wrestling feature at the Arena.
Only 750 fans turned out for the card which also saw Fritz Von Erich of Germany and Joe Blanchard of Vancouver winning their bouts. As a result of last night’s victory, Von Erich plans to challenge O’Connor. Continue reading
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle – February 6, 1958
They unmasked ‘The Masked Marvel” last night at the War Memorial before an assemblage of about 1,000 fans but his identity was not divulged. After unmasking, the loser covered his face with his hands and ran into the dressing room. Continue reading
Posted in 1958
Tagged Baron Gattoni, Farmer Boy Townsend, Fred Atkins, Irish Jackie, Ivan the Terrible, Joe Blanchard, Lord Littlebrook, Martino Angelo, Masked Marvel, Roy McClarity, Tiny Tim Girard, Yukon Eric
Utica Daily Press – October 5, 1957
FRITZ VON ERICH
Clinton – Promoters of tonight’s wrestling card at the Clinton Arena are billing it as a triple-threat attraction. Action starts at 8:30. Continue reading
Globe & Mail – November 15, 1957
By Steve York
Dick Hutton became a good guy again to 9,099 wrestling fans at Maple Leaf Gardens last night.
All the Oklahoma strong boy did was win over Lou Thesz to become National Wrestling Alliance world’s heavyweight champion.
Hutton forced the veteran to concede when he applied his fearsome abdominal stretch at 35:15 of the one fall, no time limit match. Continue reading
Posted in 1957
Tagged Al Costello, Dick Hutton, Fabulous Kangaroos, Farmer Boy, Fred Atkins, Fritz Von Erich, Gene Kiniski, Jim Bernard, Joe Blanchard, Lou Thesz, Mighty Ursus, Pat O'Connor, Pierre LaSalle, Roy Heffernan, Roy McClarity, Tiger Tasker, Whipper Watson, Yukon Eric