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
Honolulu Star-Bulletin – January 13, 1966
Nick Kozak and Ripper Collins wrestled to a standoff in the main event of last night’s wrestling card at the Civic Auditorium.
After each man had won a fall, they fell out of the ring together and failed to make it back before the count of 20. Continue reading
Honolulu Star-Bulletin – January 6, 1966
Ron Reed of Baltimore captured the Hawaiian heavyweight wrestling championship at the Civic Auditorium last night when Luther Lindsey was unable to continue after a head butt. Continue reading
St. Petersburg Times – January 20, 1963
Tampa – Southern heavyweight wrestling champion Eddie Graham and world tag team champions Roy Heffernan and Al Costello, the Kangaroos managed by Wild Red Berry, will defend their titles at the Fort Homer Hesterly Armory Tuesday night. Continue reading
Posted in 1963
Tagged Al Costello, Bob Ellis, Don Curtis, Eddie Graham, Fabulous Kangaroos, Hiro Matsuda, Joe Scarpa, Karl Von Brauner, Kurt Von Brauner, Pedro Godoy, Red Berry, Roy Heffernan, Russian Crusher, Tony Baillargeon, Yukon Eric, Zorro