The Dispatch – November 22, 1954
Japs Beaten In Feature
Wild Red Berry, one of wrestling’s most colorful stars and a man who has a vocabulary that would put many college professors to shame, will be at the Lexington YMCA Saturday night. Continue reading
Posted in 1954
Tagged Ace Freeman, Carlos Rodriguez, Chick Garibaldi, Frank Jares, Gino Garibaldi, Jack O’Brien, Jack O’Riley, Jim Coffield, Kinji Shibuya, Lou Plummer, Mr. Moto, Prince Omar, Red Berry, Tex Riley
Minneapolis Star-Tribune, December 30, 1953
Although Pat O’Connor of New Zealand had much the better of his wrestling match with world heavyweight champion Lou Thesz of St. Louis, Mo., he had to be content with settling for a draw after a thrilling struggle lasting one hour Tuesday night at the Minneapolis auitorium. Continue reading
The Vancouver Sun – September 13, 1966
Don Leo Jonathan, Don Denucci and Paul Jones defeated Dutch Savage, Don Jardine and John Tolos in the professional wrestling main event before 2,246 fans at Exhibition Gardens Monday night.
In the featured girls’ match, world champion Fabulous Moolah retained her title by beating Donna Costello two falls out of three.
In other matches, Betty Boucher and Judy Grable drew, Kinji Shibuya defeated Roy McClarty, and Duke Miller and Eric Froelich drew.
Posted in 1966
Tagged Betty Boucher, Don Denucci, Don Jardine, Don Leo Jonathan, Donna Costello, Duke Miller, Dutch Savage, Eric Froelich, Fabulous Moolah, John Tolos, Judy Grable, Kinji Shibuya, Paul Jones, Roy McClarty