Florence Times—Tri-Cities Daily – February 23, 1969
An unusual type match will be held Tuesday night at the weekly wrestling matches at the National Guard Armory.
Len Rossi will team up with Cowboy Lang, a midget wrestler, to wrestle Little Bruiser, another midget, and Mack York. Continue reading
The Park City Daily News – December 16, 1963
A seven-man rassle royal will be presented on Thursday night’s big all-star wrestling card at the Bowling Green high school gymnasium. Continue reading
Warsaw Times-Union – April 3, 1964
A tag team championship wrestling match sponsored by the North Webster Lions club is scheduled to be held Friday evening, April 10 at 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Continue reading
Florence Times — Tri-Cities Daily – July 4, 1968
A double main event wrestling card has been slated for next Tuesday night at the Florence Armory, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Continue reading
The Park City Daily News – February 2, 1966
Two tag team matches, one marking the return of the Scufflin’ Hillbillies, feature tonight’s all-star wrestling card in the Bowling Green high school gymnasium. Continue reading
Los Angeles Times – December 13, 1963
Two former heavyweight boxers, Bearcat Wright and Freddie Blassie, clash in the main event of a wrestling card tonight at the Olympic Auditorium.
The Scufflin’ Hillbillies meet Count Billy Varga and Nikita Mulkovich. Kintaro Oki and Mr. Moto face Fritz von Goering and Bobby Duranton in co-features.
In other bouts, Edouard Carpentier meets Red Bastien, Don Savage squares off with The Mummy, the Preacher is in with Bob Stanlee, and Steve Stanlee tackles Judo Gene LeBell.
Posted in 1963
Tagged Bearcat Wright, Bob Stanlee, Bobby Duranton, Count Billy Varga, Don Savage, Edouard Carpentier, Freddie Blassie, Fritz Von Goering, Gene LeBell, Kintaro Oki, Mr. Moto, Nikita Mulkovich, Red Bastien, Steve Stanlee, The Mummy, The Preacher, The Scufflin’ Hillbillies