Tag Archives: Saul Weingeroff

Bence, Tex Sign For Mat Bout

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – September 8, 1954

Matchmaker Saul Weingeroff signed Tex Riley and Johnny Bence for a bout last night and thus completed his three match card for Saturday night at the Beach Arena. Continue reading

Steinborn Meets TV Grappler

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – August 24, 1954

Ace Freeman, a TV wrestler, has been signed for the big wrestling show this weekend, Matchmaker Saul Weingeroff announced last night. Continue reading

Three Bouts At Beach Arena Tonight

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – January 12, 1954

Bonnie Watson, a girl whose ambition is to win the World’s girl tag team championship once she finds the right partner, will team up with Donna Marie Dieckman against the champions at the Beach Arena tonight. Continue reading

Garibaldi, Lewin To Wrestle

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – February 2, 1954

IDA MAE MARTINEZ... her first bout here

IDA MAE MARTINEZ… her first bout here

Matchmaker Saul Weingeroff last night completed the card for tomorrow night’s all star wrestling show at the Beach Arena by signing up Chick Garibaldi and Don Lewin for the opener. Continue reading

The Great Togo Here Saturday

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – May 19, 1952

The Great Togo, the most highly rated of the Japanese wrestlers in this country, will meet Joe Ludlum in the main event here at the Beach Arena Saturday night. Continue reading

Arena Results

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – February 20, 1952

Ann LaVerne defeated Helen Hild in two falls, and Daniel Boone Savage pinned Jimmy Ray then was disqualified against Herb Lawson in last night’s matches at the Beach Arena. Continue reading

Tampa Grapple Card Monday

St. Petersburg Times – January 27, 1963

Tampa – Wrestling will switch to Monday night at the Fort Homer Hesterly Armory tomorrow night for two weeks and promoter Cowboy Luttrall has capped his four-event program with a six-man Australian tag team match with Wild Red Berry and Saul Weingeroff in action.

Berry and the Kangaroos, Roy Heffernan and Al Costello, will meet Weingeroff and Kurt and Karl Von Brauner under Texas death match rules on a winners-take-all basis.  Regular falls will give wrestlers rest periods of one minute but will not count toward the decision.  Action will continue until a team concedes or wrestlers are unable to answer the bell.

Other events arranged by promoter Luttrall are Reggie Parks vs. Hiro Matsuda, Don Curtis vs. Billy Parks, and Harry Smith vs. Dale Lewis.

Wrestling

Daytona Beach Morning Journal – February 20, 1952

Arena Results

Ann LaVerne defeated Helen Hild in two falls, and Daniel Boone Savage pinned Jimmy Ray then was disqualified against Herb Lawson in last night’s matches at the Beach Arena.

In a mixed team match, LaVerne and Lawson wrestled Hild and Saul Weingeroff to a draw.  Chester Piechocinski defeated Jimmy Ray and Ted Rozankowski took the Boston Bull, who was disqualified.