Orlando Sentinel – August 27, 1985
By Frank Carroll
KISSIMMEE — Osceola High School will give professional wrestling a try in the hope of raising money for its basketball program.
The International Wrestling Alliance brings a six-match card to the OHS gymnasium on Thacker Avenue Wednesday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $7 ringside, $5 general admission and $2 children. They are available at the school or at Don Olson Firestone on Vine Street. The Kowboys net $1 for every advance ticket sold. Continue reading
Posted in 1985
Tagged Beverly Shade, Billy Mack, Bugsy McGraw, Chick Donovan, Chris Champion, Danny R, International Wrestling Alliance, IWA, Judy Martin, Luke Graham, Mark Starr, Mike Majestic, Randy Rose, Red Roberts, Suki, Super Pak Man, Super Star, Tracy Richards, Vern Henderson, Wenona Little Heart
Milwaukee Sentinel – April 14, 1966
Big time wrestling will return to Milwaukee after a three year absence Apr. 23, with five bouts scheduled at the Auditorium starting at 9 p.m.
A double main event will highlight the card. Continue reading
Posted in 1966
Tagged Bob Kappel, Bob Morgan, Chris Markhoff, Chris Tolos, Dale Lewis, Eddie Sharkey, Harley Race, Larry Hennig, Mark Starr, Pat O'Connor, The Crusher, Verne Gagne
The Miami News – May 7, 1975
Professional wrestling’s world heavyweight champion lost a match but kept his title last night at Miami Beach Convention Center. Dory Funk Jr. won by disqualification over Jack Brisco, but a title cannot change hands on a disqualification.
Posted in 1975
Tagged Bearcat Wright, Bob Graffin, Bob Roop, Chris Markoff, Danny Hodge, Dory Funk Jr., Dusty Rhodes, Eddie Graham, Hiro Matsuda, Jack Brisco, John Smith, Mark Starr, Mike Graham, Mongolian Stomper, Pepper Gomez, Rick Fields, Rocky Johnson, Tiger Conway Jr.