The Pittsburgh Press – January 17, 1936
Wrestlers Show Wares Here As Customers Render ‘Volga Boatman’
They’re giving us professional wrestling set to music here in Pittsburgh, with “Old Rockin’ Chair” done by Joe Savoldi and Vic Christy, and “The Volga Boatman” rendered by that bearded baritone, Sergi Kalmikoff, the current favorites. Continue reading
The Daily Times – January 16, 1936
PITTSBURGH – Joe Savoldi and Vic Christy will battle to a finish in the headline bout of the wrestling show at the North Side Arena tonight. In the semi-final Sergi Kalmikoff and Mike Mazurki oppose each other. Another preliminary brings together Sam Cordovano and Dr. Freddy Meyers, Chicago. In the 30-minute matches Sandor Vary, Hungarian, meets Pete Peterson while Joe Tonti, of Midland, Pa., battles it out with Andy Meixner, of Texas.
The Pittsburgh Press – January 16, 1936
Savoldi’s Mat Weapon Vies With Christy’s Flying Scissors at North Side Arena Tonight
Jumping Joe Savoldi’s flying dropkick goes on exhibition tonight against Vic Christy’s flying head scissors in the feature spot of Promoter Elwood Rigby’s wrestling card at the North Side Arena. Five bouts are on the program, the first at 8:30 p. m. Continue reading