Southeastern Wrestling News, Notes & Nostalgia for 11-24-08

Bill Behrens


SOUTHEASTERN WRESTLING NEWS, NOTES, AND NOSTALGIA: 11/24/2008

NEWS and NOTES

ROH will be at the Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium in Nashville, TN, on December 6. Advertised: Nigel McGuinness defends the ROH World Tag Team Title against Jerry Lynn; Kenny King, Rhett Titus & Sal Rinauro versus Kenny Omega, Mark & Jay Briscoe; and a four-corners match featuring Sara Del Rey, Daizee Haze, MsChif, and Serena Deeb. Also advertised: Luke Williams, Bryan Danielson, Austin Aries, Jimmy Jacobs, Tyler Black, Delirious, Davey Richards, Larry Sweeney, Brent Albright, Claudio Castagnoli, Erick Stevens, and Necro Butcher. Bell time is 7:30 PM.

GWH wishes a happy birthday to Roger Smith (1948) and Beth Phoenix (1980).

Today in Memoriam: Jim Grabmire (67, 1999), Eddie Sullivan (59, 2000), and Dick Hutton (80, 2003).

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the original Starrcade, which took place on this day in 1983 in Greensboro, NC, shown on closed circuit TV: the Assassins over Rufus R. Jones & Bugsy McGraw; Kevin Sullivan & Mark Lewin over Johnny Weaver & Scott McGhee; Abdullah the Butcher over Carlos Colon; Dick Slater & Bob Orton, Jr., over Mark Youngblood & Wahoo McDaniel; Charlie Brown (Jimmy Valiant) over the Great Kabuki to win the â<80><9c>NWAâ<80> Television Title; Roddy Piper over Greg Valentine in a dog collar match; Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood over Jack & Jerry Brisco to win the â<80><9c>NWAâ<80> World Tag Team Title, with Angelo â<80>~King Kongâ<80><99> Mosca as special referee; and Ric Flair over Harley Race to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title, with Gene Kiniski as special referee.

In addition, today is the 36th anniversary of the beginning of a two-year promotional war between Georgia Championship Wrestling and Ann Gunkelâ<80><99>s All-South Wrestling Alliance. Check todayâ<80><99>s nostalgia for more details.

Monday Night Mayhem will feature Chavo Guerrero, Sr., tonight at 8:00 PM ET.

Jerkinâ<80><99> the Curtain will feature Marc Anthony tonight at 11:00 PM ET.

This weekâ<80><99>s Whoâ<80><99>s Slamming Who? Shows have been updated. Click here for audio commentary from various wrestling figures, including Jerry Jarrett, Steve â<80>~Dr. Deathâ<80><99> Williams, the Iron Sheik, Bill Behrens, and Jody Hamilton.

Bob Ryder is reporting that Champions With Attitudes falsely promoted Samoa Joe for their November 21 show in Columbia, SC. Apparently, Joe had agreed to be at the show, but Ryder says payment and airline tickets were never sent in advance as required. According to Ryder, CWA promoter Roger Gleaton backed out of bringing in Joe via email on November 13, yet posted the lineup on November 18 at a message board, with Joe still advertised. Reports from the show were that Gleaton informed the fans that Joe had no-showed.

Ring Wars Carolina results from â<80><9c>ThanksBeatingsâ<80> on November 22 at the Uptown Flea Market in Lumberton, NC: Ken” Mama’s Boy” Shirt defeated “Scandinavian Sweetheart” Mia for the Internet Championship. “The New Nature Boy” Anthony Shawn Sharp defeated Carolina Kidd. Rage defeated PoPo Da Klown. Simply delicious Dino defeated Old School and Andrea the Giant in a Triple Threat Match. The Angel Cross defeated the Iron Chief. Ash Walker defeated Tex Mex. RWC TV Champion “Screaming Eagle” Andy McDaniels and RWC’s ever Hangtyme defeated new tag team B D Productions w/ “The New Nature Boy”, Anthony Shawn Sharp.

RWC’s next show will be December 13 at Hoke County High School in Raeford, NC. Doors open at 6pm and bell time is 7:30pm This is a Relay for Life benefit show.

United States Wrestling Organization / ATL Wrestling results from November 22 in Nashville, TN, at the Stadium Inn with 42 to in attendance: Dominator (with Ronnie Vegas) vs. Super Delirious Black Ninja went to a double countout as they brawled on the floor. Psycho Medic beat Tim Renesto. Toby Farley (with “The Ace” Nick White) beat Logan Shane. Chris Norte beat Anthony Wayne in a 2/3 falls match. Wayne had won the third fall with a sharpshooter, but would not release it the hold so ref Boogie reversed the decision. Derrick Neal beat Kevin Dunn (with Lekisha). Damien Payne beat L.T. Falk and Steven Green in a match where the winner had to get 2 pinfalls.

DISCLAIMER: GWH is not liable for any card changes, cancellations, etc. We can only report what is reported to us. As always, we suggest you check with the promotion within 24 hours to verify information posted here.

NOSTALGIA

NOVEMBER 24, 1887 (THURSDAY) â<80>” AUGUSTA, GA â<80>” MARKET HALL (Promoter â<80>” Unknown) > Handicap Match: John Muhler defeated F.S. Hughes (3-0) / Notes: F.S. Hughes substituted for E.E. Smith in the match with John Muhler. Smith had been billed as a â<80>~Captainâ<80><99> from Augusta. Mr. Hopper managed Muhler. It was reported that Smith would receive $100 from John Muhler if he could win a single fall, with Muhler receiving gate receipts. Smith arrived late for the match, and in an effort to make certain the audience who had gathered were entertained, F.S. Hughes volunteered to wrestle Muhler.

NOVEMBER 24, 1921 (THURSDAY) â<80>” MACON, GA (Al Sihab Shriners â<80>” Promoter) > Harry Stevens defeated Paul Sampson / Notes: It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

NOVEMBER 24, 1931 (TUESDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Henry Weber â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Frank Speer defeated Jack Burke > Pat Oâ<80><99>Shocker defeated Paul Harper (2-1)

NOVEMBER 24, 1933 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” WESTLAKE ARENA (Luke Appling â<80>” Promoter) > Frank Remille versus Glenn Cowan > Wayne Coleman versus Whitey Patterson > John Mauldin versus Eddie Pope / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

NOVEMBER 24, 1933 (FRIDAY) â<80>” AVONDALE, GA â<80>” AVONDALE ARENA (Wesley Brownlee â<80>” Promoter) > Bill Collins versus Young Thomas > Dan George versus Charlie Harben > George Harben versus Swede Hanson / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

NOVEMBER 24, 1934 (SATURDAY) â<80>” CARTERSVILLE, GA â<80>” FAIRVIEW ARENA (M.C. Martin â<80>” Promoter) > Jimmie Payne versus Gene Fox > Red Dugan versus Red Terry > Buck Jones versus Bull Schmidt > Pat Oâ<80><99>Brien versus Rusty Powell / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. This card also featured two boxing matches and a battle royal, but no details were provided following the card.

NOVEMBER 24, 1939 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” SPORTS ARENA (Tom McCarthy â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Larry Tillman versus Kid Simmons > Joe Dillman defeated Jack Steele > Bob Corby defeated Jack McAdams / Notes: Larry Tillman and Kid Simmons were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card.

NOVEMBER 24, 1944 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pierre DeGlane defeated Ben Bennicasa > Jack Dillon defeated Chief Saunooke by disqualification > Al Massey defeated Herb Freeman > Cowboy Luttrall defeated Jack Kelly by disqualification

NOVEMBER 24, 1948 (WEDNESDAY) â<80>” MARIETTA, GA â<80>” LARRY BELL AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward â<80>” Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Chico Cortez defeated Tommy Ward > Jack Bloomfield defeated Frank Remille > Red Dugan defeated Jack Blackstock

NOVEMBER 24, 1950 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Red McIntyre defeated Red Roberts > Nick Carter and Don McIntyre wrestled to a draw > Jack Steele and Tarzan White wrestled to a draw > Womenâ<80><99>s Match: June Byers defeated Lillian Bitters > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Finis Hall defeated Jack Kennedy* to win title / Notes: Jack Kennedy had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Art Nelson on November 3, 1950, in Atlanta.

NOVEMBER 24, 1952 (MONDAY) â<80>” AUGUSTA, GA â<80>” WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Tom Mahoney â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Graham defeated Jack Moore > Jack & Billy Steele defeated George & Jack Curtis > Eduardo Perez defeated Nick Carter (2-1)

NOVEMBER 24, 1958 (MONDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” SPORTS ARENA (Bill Collins â<80>” Promoter) > Ray Attaway versus Curly McEvers > Paul Young versus Ronnie Parrot > Tiny Oxford versus Bulldog DeMoss > No TL Match: Nick Carter, Ricky Longino & Tarzan White versus Joe Estes, Bill Lawley & the Masked Marvel / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

NOVEMBER 24, 1958 (MONDAY) â<80>” AUGUSTA, GA â<80>” ARMORY HALL (Robert McCoy â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Chris Averoff, Lou Stinson & Jimmy Jay versus Jack Dillon, Ivan Vansky & Tommy Todd / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

NOVEMBER 24, 1961 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug Adkins and Bulldog Lawley wrestled to a draw > Jack Bence defeated Jack Steele by disqualification > Sky Hi Krueger defeated Johnny Apollo > Southern Tag Team Title Match: Don McIntyre & Ray Gunkel* defeated Jerry Graham & the Assassin / Notes: Following the match between Don McIntyre & Ray Gunkel and Jerry Graham & the Assassin, Graham and the Assassin both blamed each other for the loss. The Assassin announced he would be bringing in a new partner. It is unclear as to how McIntyre & Gunkel came to be recognized as Southern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows Bob Rasmussen & Guy Mitchell defending the title against Angelo Savoldi & Gypsy Joe on May 27, 1961, in Atlanta. It was announced that Nick & Jerry Kozak would be on the card on December 8, 1961. Doug Adkins participated in an autograph session for fans.

NOVEMBER 24, 1964 (TUESDAY) â<80>” MACON, GA â<80>” MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Chief Little Eagle defeated the Mighty Jumbo > Mario Galento defeated Rocky Smith > Billy & Bad Boy Hines defeated the Mysterious Medics

NOVEMBER 24, 1965 (WEDNESDAY) â<80>” COLUMBUS, GA â<80>” COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike Paidousis defeated Dutch Savage > Eric & Karl Von Brauner defeated Billy & Bad Boy Hines > Don Carson defeated Silento Rodriguez > Chief Little Eagle defeated Dale Lewis / Notes: Saul Weingeroff managed Eric & Karl Von Brauner.

NOVEMBER 24, 1967 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Dromo defeated Bad Boy Hines > Womenâ<80><99>s Match: Bette Boucher defeated Joyce Grable > Karl Von Stroheim defeated Ricky Hunter > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller defeated the Gauchos > Louie Tillet defeated Bobby Shane by countout > Avenger #2, Enrique & Alberto Torres defeated Oki Yama, El Mongol & El Lobo by disqualification / Notes: Jack Crawford managed El Mongol, El Lobo & Oki Yama. During the match between Avenger #2, Enrique & Alberto Torres and Oki Yama, El Mongol & El Lobo, Avenger #2 removed Loboâ<80><99>s mask, but his face was covered before he could be identified. The program for this card questioned whether Lobo was Stan Vachon. Crawford, meanwhile, was accusing Ramon Torres of being the real identity of Avenger #2. It was also announced there would be no television on November 25, 1967, but the program would resume in its normal time slot the following week. It was announced that Ramon Torres would be wrestling on the card on December 1, 1967.

NOVEMBER 24, 1970 (TUESDAY) â<80>” MACON, GA â<80>” MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Midget Match: Cowboy Lang defeated Little Bruiser > The Great Ota defeated Kevin Sullivan > Tim Tyler and Robert Fuller wrestled to a draw > Macon Tag Team Title Match (DQ Rule Waived): Bob Armstrong & Paul DeMarco defeated Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar* to win title > Choo-Choo Lynn defeated Homer Oâ<80><99>Dell / Notes: Buddy Colt & Skandor Akbar had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they defeated Bill Dromo & Alberto Torres on August 25, 1970, in Macon. Homer Oâ<80><99>Dell managed Colt.

NOVEMBER 24, 1971 (WEDNESDAY) â<80>” COLUMBUS, GA â<80>” COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Fred Ward â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Battle Royal featuring George Scott, Big John, Derrell Cochran, Oki Shikina, Jerry Oates, Flash Monroe, Roberto Soto, Assassin #1, Assassin #2, Bill Dromo, Karl Von Stroheim, Mr. X, Billy Spears, Bob Armstrong, and Choo-Choo Lynn. / Notes: It is unclear as to the result for the battle royal, but it was reported that the purse was $1,500.

NOVEMBER 24, 1972 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran defeated Tinker Todd > Don Curtis defeated Ronnie Hill > Eddie Graham, Buddy & Robert Fuller defeated Tony Russo, Jim Grabmire & Geto Mongol > Battle Royal: Jake Smith defeated Jim Byers, Jim Grabmire, Tinker Todd, Roy Lee Welch, Don Curtis, Duke Keomuka, Robert Fuller, Rick Freto, Derrell Cochran, Doug Gilbert, Bob Armstrong, Geto Mongol, and Mike Paidousis > Bob Armstrong defeated Mike Paidousis > Doug Gilbert defeated Bronko Lubich > Jack Brisco defeated Hiro Matsuda / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. This card was the first following the mass departure of the regular roster of talent the promotion had been using. Much of the talent came on one-day notice to help fill out the card. Over the next several weeks, other NWA promoters would send in wrestlers whenever possible to help Atlanta rebuild and compete with the All-South Wrestling Alliance. The one page program for this card announced that Bill Watts, Danny Hodge, Dory Funk, Jr., Bobo Brazil, Sputnik Monroe, Flash Monroe, Fritz Von Erich, Nick Bockwinkel, Jay Strongbow, Buddy Colt, and Ron Fuller would be wrestling in Atlanta soon. There was also a statement that â<80><9c>Only matches promoted by Paul Jones are sanctioned by the NWA.â<80>

NOVEMBER 24, 1972 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” OGLETHORPE GYMNASIUM [P] (Ann Gunkel â<80>” Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Oki Shikina defeated Mark Starr > Jesse James defeated Skandor Akbar by disqualification > Womenâ<80><99>s Match: Vicky Williams defeated Donna Christianello > Rock Hunter defeated Tim Geohagen > Dick Steinborn and Assassin #2 wrestled to a draw > Tommy Seigler & El Mongol defeated the Hollywood Blonds by disqualification > Ox Baker defeated Argentina Apollo / Notes: This was the first card for Ann Gunkelâ<80><99>s All-South Wrestling Alliance. The program for this card notes that the ticket office is located at 39 Houston Street. It also gives credit to some staff members of the office: Charlie Smith (Publicity), Ed Capral (Ring Announcer), Jack Smith (Timekeeper), and Drs. E.M. Lee and J.R. Harrison (Physicians).

NOVEMBER 24, 1973 (SATURDAY) â<80>” â<80><9c>ALL-SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLINGâ<80> (Ann Gunkel â<80>” Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > The Mongols defeated Pat & Mike Kelly > Tommy Seigler defeated the Missouri Mauler by disqualification > Johnny Ringo and the Great Fuji wrestled to a draw / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Missouri Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

NOVEMBER 24, 1973 (SATURDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” WTCG STUDIOS (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > The Samoans defeated Tom Jones & Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Big Mac > Tim Woods and Pat Oâ<80><99>Connor wrestled to a draw > Roberto Soto and Mr. Olympic wrestled to a draw / Notes: This was taped for the â<80><9c>Georgia Championship Wrestlingâ<80> television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Gary Hart managed the Samoans.

NOVEMBER 24, 1975 (MONDAY) â<80>” AUGUSTA, GA â<80>” WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Charlie Harben â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Moondog Mayne defeated Bob Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco defeated Otto Von Heller > Bobo Brazil defeated Nikolai Volkoff > Dick Slater defeated Harley Race > Three-Way Match: the Spoiler defeated Brute Bernard and Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: The winner of the match between Brute Bernard, Abdullah the Butcher, and the Spoiler was to earn the right to be called the â<80><9c>King of the Hillâ<80>. Gary Hart managed the Spoiler, Nikolai Volkoff and Brute Bernard.

NOVEMBER 24, 1977 (THURSDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” OMNI COLISEUM [P] (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Stubbs defeated Randy Savage > Richard Blood defeated Jim Grabmire > Charlie Cook & Raymond Rougeau defeated the Interns > Tommy Rich defeated David Shults > Bob Armstrong versus Jacques Goulet ruled a no contest > Dick Slater & Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Ole Anderson & Stan Hansen > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson defeated Pak Song & the Sheik > Tony Atlas defeated Abdullah the Butcher / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Sheik, Abdullah the Butcher and Pak Song.

NOVEMBER 24, 1978 (FRIDAY) â<80>” ROME, GA â<80>” ROME MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM (Charlie Harben â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bugsy McGraw & Mr. Wrestling #1 versus the Masked Superstar & â<80><9c>Mystery Partnerâ<80> / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. It is unclear as to who the mystery partner to the Masked Superstar in the match with Bugsy McGraw & Mr. Wrestling #1 turned out to be. Rufus R. Jones, Rick Martel, Raymond Rougeau, Kurt Von Hess, Medic #1, and Bryan St. John were also advertised.

NOVEMBER 24, 1979 (SATURDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” WTBS STUDIOS (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky Fields defeated Chick Donovan > Tape: Harley Race > Tape: Tommy Rich versus Bobby Heenan > Ivan Koloff defeated Mike Fever > Tape: Ernie Ladd & Tom Shaft versus Tommy Rich & Gene Anderson > Ray Candy defeated Buck Brannigan > Austin Idol & the Masked Superstar defeated Bret Hart & Ted Allen > Tape: Mike Boyer versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (1) / Notes: This was taped for the â<80><9c>Georgia Championship Wrestlingâ<80> television program hosted by Gordon Solie. The tape of Harley Race was actually a video montage of various events. On this episode WTBS personality Bill Tush presented a profile on Harley Race. Also, there was a taped interview from Tommy Rich in the Omni dressing room shortly after defeating Bobby Heenan on November 22, 1979. Ole Anderson, Tony Atlas, Tommy Rich, Killer Karl Kox, Dusty Rhodes, and Jack & Jerry Brisco also appeared on this episode.

NOVEMBER 24, 1980 (MONDAY) â<80>” AUGUSTA, GA â<80>” WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Charlie Harben â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller defeated Charlie Fulton > Steve O defeated Tom Stanton > Ted DiBiase defeated Assassin #2 > Steve Keirn defeated Mr. Saito > Kevin Sullivan & Tony Atlas defeated Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Harley Race* defeated Jim Brunzell / Notes: Michael Hayes joined Terry Gordy and Buddy Roberts during their match with Kevin Sullivan & Tony Atlas.

NOVEMBER 24, 1983 (THURSDAY) â<80>” ATLANTA, GA â<80>” OMNI COLISEUM [P] (Paul Jones â<80>” Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > One-Night Tag Team Tournament: Jim Neidhart & King Kong Bundy defeated Tommy Rogers & Joe Lightfoot; Butch Reed & Pez Whatley defeated Randy Rose & Jimmy Randolph; the Bruise Brothers defeated the Russians; Ron Garvin & Jim Duggan defeated Bob Brown & Chick Donovan; Randy Savage & Magnum T.A. defeated the Mad Mongolians; Reed & Whatley defeated Neidhart & Bundy; Bruise Brothers defeated Garvin & Duggan; Savage & T. A. defeated Bruise Brothers; Reed & Whatley defeated Savage & T. A. to win money > Womenâ<80><99>s Match: Debbie Combs defeated Donna Day > Ted DiBiase defeated Brett Sawyer > Jake Roberts defeated Mr. Wrestling #2 > Tommy Rich & Buzz Sawyer defeated the Road Warriors / Notes: It was reported that 12,000 were in attendance for this card. It was reported that the purse for the tournament was $50,000. Paul Ellering managed Jake Roberts and the Road Warriors. Jimmy Hart managed the Bruise Brothers.

The information compiled within our daily reports are through the efforts of various contributors, including, but not limited to, Rich Tate, Larry Goodman, Chuck Thornton, Brian Waits, Don Luce, Brian Slack, Fred Hornby, Thomas Bugg, J Michael Kenyon, Steve Yohe, David Williamson, Becky Taylor, John Cannon, Mike Norris, Bobby Simmons, Les Thatcher, Crimson Mask, Dan Masters, Tim Dix, Tim Dills, Jimmie Daniel, Gene Restaino, Shannon Rose, Alan Wojcik, Devin Cutting, and Richard Oâ<80><99>Sullivan.

â<80>” GeorgiaWrestlingHistory.com

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