The Cedartown Standard – May 12, 1988
Professional wrestling comes to Cedartown Saturday night.
Held as a benefit for the Cedartown Little League program, local residents can see such wrestling stars as Mr. Wrestling II, Tommy “Wildfire” Rich, and Ravishing Randy Rose. Continue reading
Posted in 1988
Tagged Bambi, Deaton Brothers, Dick Slater, John Michaels, Luna Vachon, Mr. Atlanta, Mr. Wrestling II, Randy Rose, Steve Lawler, Steve Prichard, Ted Oates, Tommy Rich
Rome News-Tribune – December 8, 1975
Professional wrestling, after a week’s absence, will resume Thursday night at Rome’s Memorial gymnasium with a card that includes four different matches. Action begins at 8:30 p.m. Continue reading
Savannah Morning News – August 28, 1977
Ric Flair, U.S. heavyweight champion, and Rick Steamboat, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Alliance TV titleholder, put their belts on the line Sunday night at the Savannah Civic Center arena, as Mid-Atlantic features the match on a five-bout card.
The TV title will be at stake for only the first 15 minutes of the match, while Flair’s title will be on the line for the duration. Flair recently won his belt by beating Bobo Brazil in St. Louis, Mo.
In the semifinal match of the night, Mr. Wrestling takes on the Masked Superstar, whoever he may be.
Rick McGraw and Charlie Fulton kick the evening’s action off at 7:30 p.m. and Tiger Conway battles Crusher Jerry Blackwell in another singles confrontation.
The only tag team match on the program is between Tully Blanchard and Ted Oates and Mr. X and a Korean giant named Kim Duk, who likes to spread salt around, reportedly to ward off evil spirits.
Flair is not as popular in this area as the rugged Steamboat, and the fans often show their displeasure with the “Nature Boy.”
Posted in 1977
Tagged Bobo Brazil, Charlie Fulton, Jerry Blackwell, Kim Duk, Masked Superstar, Mr. Wrestling, Mr. X, Ric Flair, Rick McGraw, Ricky Steamboat, Ted Oates, Tiger Conway, Tully Blanchard