Tag Archives: Lord James Blears

British Lords Beat Arnold, Nomellini

Sacramento Bee – March 30, 1954

The English lords, Blears and Layton, defeated Don Arnold and Leo Nomellini last night in the tag team feature of the wrestling program in the Memorial Auditorium. Continue reading

Thesz, Lindsey Battle To A Draw

Honolulu Star-Bulletin – March 3, 1966

Former world champion Lou Thesz and Luther Lindsey wrestled to a draw in one of the triple main events last night on the Civic Auditorium mat card.

Thesz took the first fall with a body scissors, but Lindsey was awarded the second with a flying arm lock. Time ran out before either grappler could gain the deciding three-second count. Continue reading

Ripper Collins, Beauregarde Disqualified

Honolulu Star-Bulletin – February 3, 1966

Ripper Collins and his valet, Beauregarde, were disqualified, as usual, at the Civic Auditorium last night and thereby lost their tag team match with Lord Blears and Nick Bockwinkel. Continue reading

Nick Kozak, Ripper Collins In Draw Bout

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

A Commoner Interviews Lord Blears

Sacramento Union – January 19, 1955

If this piece reads more stuffy than usual, there is a reason. We’ve been hobnobbing with British nobility.

“Meet Lord Blears,” said Frank Malcewicz as he ushered us into the dressing room at Memorial Auditorium. “He’s the only authentic nobleman in the wrestling ring today.” Continue reading

Lord Blears Mat Winner

Sacramento Union – January 18, 1955

Lord James Blears and Jesus Ortega rallied last night in Memorial Auditorium to win an Australian tag team match against young Johnny Barend and Enrique Torres. Continue reading

British Lord To Wrestle

Sacramento Union – January 17, 1955

Lord James Blears, monocle and all, will be in the main event tonight at the Memorial Auditorium wrestling matches. Continue reading