Tag Archives: Johnny Boyd

Dutch Savage Wins Coal Miner Match

Eugene Register-Guard – December 31, 1977

Dutch Savage defeated Kangaroo Johnny Boyd in a special Coal Miner’s Glove match, while Jimmy Snuka won on a disqualification over Ed Wiskowki in a semifinal bout, to highlight a rugged wrestling card Friday night at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading

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Savage Meets Boyd

Eugene Register-Guard – May 1, 1975

Dutch Savage and Lord Jonathon Boyd will mix it up Friday night at Lane County Fairgrounds in the weekly pro wrestling headliner.  In the preliminaries, Bill Francis will meet the Masked Mauler, Jimmy Snuka will take on Bruiser Bob Remus and Benny Ramirez will face Norman Charles III.  Fans may reserve seats for the 8 p.m. card by calling 345-9717.

Bad News Brooks Dumps Dutch Savage

Eugene Register-Guard – February 10, 1979

Bad News Brooks tuned up for his match next week with Jesse Ventura by dumping Dutch Savage two out of three falls in pro wrestling action Friday night at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading

Ramos To Get Shot At Savage

Eugene Register-Guard – February 17, 1972

Friday night, Bull Ramos will get the match he’s been looking forward to when he tangles with Dutch Savage in the main event of the professional wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading

Savage, Ramos To Highlight Card

Eugene Register-Guard – March 9, 1972

Dutch Savage will take on Bull Ramos Friday night at Lane County Fairgrounds in a professional wrestling “Miners Death Match.” Continue reading

Boyd Tangling With Savage

Eugene Register-Guard – November 11, 1971

Dutch Savage will tangle with Johnny Boyd, Northwest heavyweight champion, in a nontitle main event on Friday night’s wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds. Continue reading

Savage Takes Win

Eugene Register-Guard – April 8, 1972

Dutch Savage retained his Northwest heavyweight professional wrestling championship Friday night at Lane County Fairgrounds with a victory over Johnny Boyd on two of three falls.

In a midget match, Bobo Johnson and Cowboy Lang beat the Little Crusher and Little Bruiser.

Savage Retains Northwest Title

Eugene Register-Guard – January 8, 1972

Johnny Boyd forced Dutch Savage to go a full three falls before yielding as the Dutchman retained his Northwest heavyweight championship in the weekly professional wrestling card at the Lane County Fairgrounds Friday night.

Rocky Montero needed two falls to dispose of Gorgeous George Jr. in the semi-main event and Lonnie Mayne defeated Akbar the Arab in a special match.

Norman Charles beat Len Shelley and Beauregard drew with Sabu Singh in the preliminary bouts.