Santa Cruz Sentinel – November 23, 1958
Australian six man tag wrestling, popular throughout the Pacific coast, will be introduced to Santa Cruz wrestling fans Tuesday night in the civic auditorium.
Matchmaker Bob Barkhimer of the Santa Cruz Wrestling club announced today that two powerful teams will meet in the one hour, best of three falls engagement.
Buffalo Courier-Express – November 8, 1957
One of the most attractive wrestling programs of the current season will be presented by the Buffalo Wrestling Club tonight at 8:15 in Memorial Auditorium.
Fritz von Erich will face Ronnie Etchison and Gene Kiniski will go against Joe Blanchard in the co-features. Continue reading
Posted in 1957
Tagged Al Costello, Danny Ferrazzo, Fritz Von Erich, Fuzzy Cupid, Gene Kiniski, Joe Blanchard, Lord Littlebrook, Pee Wee James, Ronnie Etchison, Roy Heffernan, Roy McClarity, Tiger Tasker, Tito Infante, Wally Greb
Utica Daily Press – October 5, 1957
FRITZ VON ERICH
Clinton – Promoters of tonight’s wrestling card at the Clinton Arena are billing it as a triple-threat attraction. Action starts at 8:30. Continue reading
Associated Press – June 9, 1951
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Gorgeous George, a professional wrestler, was accused today of ungentlemanly conduct outside the ring. Continue reading
Sacramento Union – September 10, 1951
Lou Thesz defended his world’s wrestling championship last night in Memorial Auditorium by throwing Hard Boiled Haggerty with a flying scissors after taking the first fall on a foul. Continue reading
Sioux City Journal – September 1, 1954
Verne Gagne again defended his United States wrestling title successfully Tuesday night when his opponent, Roy McClarity, was unable to continue because of a shoulder injury.
The title match was staged as a George Parnassus promotion at Soos baseball park. A crowd said to exceed 6,500 watched the action. Continue reading
Rocky Mountain News – March 7, 1939
Denver sees one of the several dozen wrestling champions tonight in City Auditorium. Continue reading
Asbury Park Evening Press – July 2, 1966
By Wes Moon
Prince Iaukea, that big 385-pound brute from Hawaii, deserved just what that nice Bruno Sammartino gave him last night in the feature wrestling match at Convention Hall, most of the fans agreed. Continue reading
Posted in 1966
Tagged Angelo Savoldi, Antonio Pugliese, Argentine Apollo, Arnold Skaaland, Baron Mikel Scicluna, Bruno Sammartino, Johnny Valentine, Miguel Perez, Prince Iaukea, Ronnie Etchison, Smasher Sloan, Waldo Von Erich
St. Joseph News-Press – February 13, 1943
Bobby Managoff, sensational young Chicago wrestler, successfully defended his world heavyweight championship against the challenge of Orville Brown last night at the Auditorium in the featured bout of a card that was filled with action. Continue reading
St. Joseph News-Press – January 9, 1943
Ronnie Etchison is convinced today that had he not struck his head on a ring post when he missed a flying tackle last night he would have defeated Orville Brown in a main event match that climaxed one of the best wrestling cards of recent seasons at the Auditorium. And, there are a world of fans who share the opinion. Continue reading