On Friday, November 7, 2008 at 2:21 AM EST
SOUTHEASTERN WRESTLING NEWS, NOTES, AND NOSTALGIA: 11/06/2008
NEWS and NOTES
Peach State Pandemonium returned on Wednesday night in full form, with Les Thatcher’s debut as co-host. Thatcher will be unable to be on the next two weeks due to a scheduling conflict, but will return on November 26. The show was basically a free-for-all open discussion, with topics ranging from Monday’s RAW broadcast to the recent war between Great Championship Wrestling and Prime Time Pro Wrestling in the Columbus/Phenix City area and the state of independent wrestling, all the way to memories of Ken Lucas and Whitey Caldwell and back to the upcoming tribute show to Jerry Lawler. Click here for the archive.
The crew from Georgia Wrestling History will bring you the most up-to-date information on events in and around Georgia and beyond tonight at 9:30 PM ET. We encourage you to call in at (347) 324-5735 and participate in a PSP Fix. PTPW promoter Billy Roper also joins us to preview their event on November 7 in Columbus, GA, and discuss recent events in the battle with GCW.
Roper has removed Sonny Siaki from the lineup for their November 7 show. Siaki was scheduled to wrestle his first official match for PTPW versus Chip Day. Siaki did a run-in on the October 30 PTPW show after being taken off GCW’s "Halloween Scream" event.
World Wrestling Entertainment’s RAW crew will be at PalaSharp in Milan, Italy, tonight. The SmackDown/ECW crew will be at Nikaia in Nice, France.
The final overall rating for the November 4 edition of WWE’s ECW was 1.0.
Tickets for the following WWE events go on sale Friday: December 5 in Greenville, SC, at the Bi-Lo Center; December 6 in Florence, SC, at the Florence Civic Center; and December 13 in Hamilton, ON, at the Copps Coliseum.
It has been announced that WWE’s SmackDown/ECW crew will be at Vorst-Forest National in Brussels, Belgium, on November 6, 2009.
WWE Chief Operating Officer Mike Sileck has resigned and will step down at the end of the year. Sileck has been in that position with WWE since February 2007. Prior to that, he was Chief Financial Officer upon beginning his tenure with the company in 2005. Current Executive Vice President of Consumer Products for WWE, Donna Goldsmith, has been tapped to succeed Sileck. Goldsmith came to WWE from the National Basketball Association eight years ago. She is also, effective immediately, now serving on the Board of Directors.
WWE and Mike Adamle have reached an amicable parting of the ways.
The lineup for tonight’s iMPACT broadcast on Spike TV, from Total Nonstop Action, is as follows: Booker T & Beer Money versus Christian Cage & the Motor City Machine Guns; Taylor Wilde & Rhaka Khan versus Raisha Saeed & Awesome Kong; Eric Young, Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed versus Kevin Nash, Kurt Angle & Sting; Scott Steiner versus Samoa Joe; and a ladder match to determine the number one contenders for the TNA World Tag Team Title, featuring Matt Morgan & Abyss over Hiroshi Tanahasi & Volador, Jr., Team 3D, and the Latin American Xchange.
Ring of Honor has added another match to the November 7 card in Montreal, Quebec, for tomorrow night, featuring Brodie Lee versus Necro Butcher. Rhett Titus versus Delirious has been added to the Chicago Ridge, IL, card on November 22.
GCW returns to action tonight at the Gr8 Sk8 Plex in Phenix City, AL. Advertised: a rematch for the GCW Heavyweight Title J-Rod (c) vs. Johnny Swinger, a tournament for the GCW Interstate Title featuring Orion Bishop, Murder One, Cru Jones, and Scotty Beach, and the first GCW match for Southside Trash. Bell time is 7:30 pm.
GWH wishes a happy birthday to Ken Patera (1943) and Dave Prazak (1976).
Today in Memoriam: Sky Low Low (70, 1998), Crash Holly (32, 2003), and Charles Molnar (72, 2004).
Click here for this week’s update of Wrestler’s Eye View with Les Thatcher.
The tribute show for Jerry Lawler on November 7, “Celebrating 35 Years of Royalty”, in Nashville, TN, at the Fairgrounds will feature Diana DeGarmo singing the National anthem, and it has been announced other Nashville-based country music stars will be on hand as well. Matches advertised: Travis Sawyer & Justin O’Day versus Alan Shepard & Ali Stevens; Shane Williams versus Lani Kealoha; Idol Stevens versus Steve Boz; Chase Stevens versus Bully Douglas; Shawn Schultz versus Matt Boyce; Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert vs. The Moondogs; and Lawler versus Sid Vicious, with Jimmy Hart. Dan Masters is the MC for the evening. Also advertised: Tennessee wrestling legends Corsica Joe, Jim White, and Don and Al Greene.
World Wrestling Alliance 4 results from November 5 at the school’s training camp in Atlanta, GA: Amy over Jonathan Davis in an inter-gender match; in another inter-gender match, Ricky King over Almighty Minnie; Jake Diamond over Mike Black; Big Nasty over Kaiden Knight; and in a WWA4 title match, Bill the Bruiser over Johnny Cadillac by disqualification. All WWA4 shows are free and held weekly on Wednesdays, showcasing students of Mr. Hughes. The facility is located at 4375 Commerce Drive.
Rampage Pro Wrestling was at Johnny G's Fun Center in Warner Robins, GA, on November 1. Results: Frankie Valentine defeated Chip Day. Colt Derringer defeated Ron Stalker. Iceberg defeated Oko Nono. Vordell Walker defeated Rob Adonis. In a Texas death match, Dr. Johnny Gayton defeated Attorney at Law Destro Xavier Esq. Hot Like Lava members Cru Jones & Micah Taylor defeated A.J. Steele & Lance Christian due to outside interference. Ron Simmons will be at the next RPW event on November 9.
Savannah Valley Wrestling had a benefit show at the Comer Elementary School in Comer, GA, on November 1. Results: Reaction champion Kid Cassanova defeated Dale Dwindle. Enigma defeated Brad Adam Logan. In a tag title match, Old School w/Damon Studd retained by defeating JD Jackson & Jake Sanders. Bam Bam Bradshaw won a battle royal to face James Boulevard for the Premier championship. For the Premier championship, James Boulevard defeated Bam Bam Bradshaw by DQ when Jason Blackman interfered. Shane Bell & Jason Blackman defeated Adam Bell & Ballenger.
SVW presents "Battle Lines are Drawn" on November 8 at Graybell Auction in Royston, GA. Tickets are $10, and kids under 13 get in for free. Bell time is at 7:30.
The Great American Wrestling Federation was in Hosford, FL, on November 1. The results are as follows: Michael Patrick defeated Cameron Thomas. In a Jr. Heavyweight championship match, Dark Rage defeated Robert Storm to become the new champion. Steve Goins was the Jr. Heavyweight champion, but he was stripped of the title for not making weight. Moonshine McCoy vs. Ghetto Superstar ended in a double DQ. Donnie B defeated Joey Cujo. For the GAWF Heavyweight championship, T-Bolt defeated Steve Goins to become the new champion.
The results of Ultimate Wrestling's "November Reign" from Pensacola, FL, on November 1: In a #1 contenders match for the UW tag titles, The Culture Club defeated "The Self-proclaimed Sexiest Man Alive" Justin Stone & "The Chocolate Boy Wonder" Marcus Gibbs. "Shooter" Kory Jackson defeated "The Wiggins Ax Murderer" Wade Garrett by DQ. "Cowboy" Billy Wayne, Energy Crisis & 2 Quik defeated "Loaded Guns" Chris Black & The Sin City Saints in a 6 man. The Fold member "Brother" David Prime w/"The Outcast" Cale Conners & DJ Prophecy defeated Lucas Troy. "The Canadian Superstar" Aeon Flexx defeated "Mr. USA" T.A. Jones. In a match for the UW Southern Heavyweight championship, "The Master of Devastation" Cameron Frost defeated The Fold member "The Outcast" Cale Conners w/"Brother" David Prime & DJ Prophecy to retain the championship. Death Row defeated "Shooter" Mike Jacobs. Omega w/"The 7th Deadly Sin" Vain defeated The Fold member DJ Prophecy w/"The Outcast" Cale Conners, "Brother" David Prime & "The Former Sinner" Nick Virtue by DQ due to outside interference by the rest of The Fold. For the UW Heavyweight championship, "Brutal" Joe Gibson defeated 1/2 of the UW tag champions "Blacksheep" Bobby Doll w/Uncle Jim to retain the title. After the match Wade Garrett ran down and attacked Gibson, challenging him for a match for December 6.
UW presents "December Doomsday" on December 6 at the American Legion in Pensacola, FL. Advertised: For the UW tag championships, The Ultimate Legends w/Uncle Jim defends vs. The Culture Club. For the UW Heavyweight championship, "Brutal" Joe Gibson defends vs. "The Wiggins Ax Murderer" Wade Garrett.
New Heights Wrestling was in Florala, AL, on October 25. Results: "The Definition of Technician" Chris Tighe defeated "Chocolate Boy Wonder" Marcus Gibbs to become the #1 contender for the cruiserweight championship. "Scarface" Terry Ryker & "The Human Wrecking Machine" Dunham defeated The Youngbloodz w/Short Bandit. In a match for the DSPW heavyweight championship, J.T. Angel w/Xtreme G & an unknown woman defeated "Florala's Hometown Boy" Gutter in a tables match. In a pink slip match, "Future Legend" DJ Pringle defeated NHW commissioner "BTY" Colby Godwin due to outside interference. Dandy Jack is the new commissioner of the NHW. Instead of being fired, Godwin's contract was bought by NHW champion, Mr. Fantasy. In a cruiserweight title match, Milo vs. Chief Little Bear went to a time limit draw. Milo is still the cruiserweight champion. Road Dogg & "Pretty Boy" Donnie B defeated Fantasy, Inc., members, NHW champion Mr. Fantasy & Alexander York.
American Championship Wrestling was in Loxley, AL, on October 24. Results: "The Bruiserweight" Maze defeated "The Chocolate Boy Wonder" Marcus Gibbs. The Invasion defeated Nick Wonder & Nick Vortex. "Brutal" Joe Gibson defeated "SDM" Devin Diamond & Energy Crisis in a triple threat match. Carlos D'Angelo defeated Mr. Jimmy. "The Canadian Superstar" Aeon Flexx w/Percy Pringle III defeated Tony Love to become the new ACW Heavyweight champion. Love was substituting for "The Natural" Nathan Crown who was actually the champion. Ryan Fury w/"Marvelous" Marcel Pringle defeated Dominion w/Percy Pringle III by DQ. Percy Pringle was handcuffed to Marcel Pringle. ACW returns to the Loxley Municipal Civic Center in Loxley, AL, on January 2.
On November 8, Southern Championship Wrestling celebrates its tenth year in business as the company presents "Unforgettable” at the Eastmonte Civic Center in Altamonte Springs, FL. During this historical week of preparation, word has officially been received from the front office of SCW that this will also mark the company's final show. SCW owner Christopher Carson is expected to provide more information soon regarding this announcement. SCW began operation on October 18, 1998, and claims to be the the longest running independent promotion currently in the state of Florida.
Florida Championship Wrestling will be at Sickles High School in Tampa, FL, on November 8. Tickets are $10-$15. Doors open at 6:30 and bell time is at 7:30.
FCW will be at the Ft. Myers Lee Civic Center in Ft. Myers, FL, on November 15. Advertised: Dusty Rhodes and John Cena will be on hand when doors open at 5:30 for an autograph session. Tickets are $30 ringside, $20 reserved floor, $15 general, $8 general admission for kids 6-12, and free for kids under 6. For more information call (239) 543-7469. Bell time is at 7:30.
Dirty South Pro Wrestling presents "A Night of Champions" on November 14 at the East Brewton Civic Center in Brewton, AL. Advertised: In a no DQ match for the DSPW cruiserweight champion, Kage w/Phoenix defends vs. the XW-2000 champion DDG. For the heavyweight championship, Rebel defends vs. Gothic Warrior w/Mystress. In a triple threat match for the DSPW tag championships, The Ministry defends vs. Youngbloodz vs. "Hot Stuff" Heathy P & Romeo. JT Angel vs. DJ Durst. James Metro & Evergreen McQueen vs. Brother Payne & Bam Bam. Tiny Tiswell vs. Short Bandit. There will also be a battle royal to determine the US champion. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:30.
The Alabama Wrestling Federation will be at the National Guard Armory in Richton, MS, on November 22. Advertised: The main event is Heidenrich vs. Doink the Clown. Tickets are $10, and kids 6 and under get in free. Doors open at 7:00 and bell time is at 8:00. For more information call (251) 209-9633.
Culture Shock Wrestling presents "Thanks Beatings" at the Community Center in Mossy Head, FL, on November 29. Advertised: For the CSW championship, DJ Durst defends vs. Jon Ryker. In a 4 way match for the US championship, Lane Smart defends vs. Mr. Dark Personality, Dynamite Doug & Victor Cru. In a 4 corners of Hell qualifying match, Mike Metal vs. "BTY" Colby Godwin. David Prime vs. "The Master of Devastation" Cameron Frost. J.T. Angel & Extreme G vs. Dunham & Terry Ryker. In a 3 way match, Energy Crisis vs. "The Chocolate Boy Wonder" Marcus Gibbs vs. "Afroman" Bruce Marshall. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for kids. Bell time is at 8:00.
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NOVEMBER 6, 1933 (MONDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – FAIR STREET ARENA (Jason Thompson – Promoter) > Hans Wagner defeated Pancho Villa > Sammy Miller defeated Harry Nixon > Young Americus defeated Dutch Green / Notes: It was reported that 2,000 were in attendance for this card.
NOVEMBER 6, 1933 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – AMERICAN LEGION (Max Stewart – Promoter) > Inman Rabon defeated Kid Whaley > Tarzan Jordan defeated Joe Morelli (2-0) > Jim Hesslyn defeated George Romanoff
NOVEMBER 6, 1934 (TUESDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Henry Weber – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sid Nabors defeated Jack League at 28:00 > George Hill and Chief Chewacki wrestled to a draw at 60:00 > Orville Brown and Karl Sarpolis wrestled to a draw
NOVEMBER 6, 1935 (WEDNESDAY) – ALBANY, GA – SUPREME CIRCLE HALL (Frank Bettis – Promoter) > The Masked Marvel (2) defeated Sammy Miller > Joe Wolfe defeated John Mauldin (2-1) > The Masked Marvel (2) defeated Joe Wolfe > Sammy Miller defeated Swede Hanson (2-1)
NOVEMBER 6, 1936 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA THEATRE (Frank Speer – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Blue Sun Jennings defeated Dick Lever > Dorv Roche defeated Frank Brown > Dick Raines defeated Orville Brown
NOVEMBER 6, 1939 (MONDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA THEATRE (Nat Jones and Cleve Roby – Promoters) > Joe Washburn versus Jack Bennett > Tony Papalino versus Sammy Miller > Bill Collins & Red Dugan versus Young Gotch & Honey Boy Hackney / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.
NOVEMBER 6, 1942 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Charles Rentrop – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mr. X defeated Chief Chewacki > Marshall Blackstock defeated Charlie Harben > The Golden Terror defeated Ben Morgan / Notes: The Masked Manager managed the Golden Terror.
NOVEMBER 6, 1946 (WEDNESDAY) – SAVANNAH, GA – SAVANNAH MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Lou Masters, Dick Leonard, and Buster White – Promoters) > Rex Mobley defeated Vincent Lopez > Herb Welch defeated Lou Newman > World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Tex Riley* defeated Gene Blakely / Notes: Tex Riley had been the reigning World Junior Heavyweight Champion as recognized by the Nashville, TN, office since he won a tournament on July 12, 1946, in Nashville, TN.
NOVEMBER 6, 1950 (MONDAY) – THOMASVILLE, GA – THOMASVILLE MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Al Massey defeated Karl Kowalski > Billy Sandow defeated Maurice Roberre > Red Dugan and Gorgeous Gilpin wrestled to a draw
NOVEMBER 6, 1953 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Lane defeated Roy Graham > Red McIntyre defeated Howard Cantonwine > Bob Ford and Tarzan Hewitt wrestled to a draw > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Villmer* defeated Gorgeous George by disqualification / Notes: Ray Villmer had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Don McIntyre on October 16, 1953, in Atlanta. Gorgeous George was escorted to the ring by his valet Jeffries.
NOVEMBER 6, 1959 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > One-Night Tournament: Baron Gattoni defeated Adrien Baillargeon; Tony Marino defeated Gorgeous George; Johnny Weaver defeated Ed Sharpe; Lenny Montana defeated Ray Gunkel by disqualification; Marino defeated Gattoni; Montana defeated Powell; Weaver defeated Marino; Montana defeated Weaver to win tournament > Farmer Powell defeated Freddie Blassie by disqualification / Notes: The tournament was to determine a challenger to face Verne Gagne on November 13, 1959.
NOVEMBER 6, 1961 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack Steele versus Doug Adkins > Women’s Match: Cora Combs versus Ann Regan > Marco Polo versus the Assassin > Jerry Graham versus Jack Bence / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.
NOVEMBER 6, 1962 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ron Reed defeated Pancho Valdez > Jack Vansky and Rito Carreon wrestled to a draw > Luke Brown versus Lenny Montana ruled a no contest > Jake Smith defeated Gypsy Joe
NOVEMBER 6, 1963 (WEDNESDAY) – COLUMBUS, GA – COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Ronnie Hill and the Inferno wrestled to a draw > Lonnie Brown defeated Luke Graham by disqualification > Southeastern Tag Team Title Tournament: Luke Graham & Al Galento defeated Jack Bence & Ronnie Hill; Lonnie Brown & Bob Morrow defeated Bob Eisenburg & the Inferno; Graham & Galento defeated Brown & Morrow to win title / Notes: The tournament for the Southeastern Tag Team Title was to determine inaugural champions. Bob Eisenburg turned on the Inferno following their match against Lonnie Brown & Bob Morrow because he was upset with the Inferno’s questionable tactics. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.
NOVEMBER 6, 1964 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mickey Blassie defeated Frankie Cain > Greg Peterson defeated Dick Dunn > Don Fargo defeated Carlos Mendoza > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Sputnik Monroe* versus Mario Galento ruled a no contest > Southern Tag Team Title Match: Eddie Graham & Sam Steamboat* versus the Mysterious Medics ruled a no contest / Notes: It is unclear as to how Eddie Graham & Sam Steamboat came to be recognized as Southern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows the Kentuckians defending the title against Lenny Montana & Gypsy Joe on November 23, 1962, in Atlanta. Sputnik Monroe had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Don Fargo on October 16, 1964, in Atlanta. It was announced that Lou Thesz, Joe Scarpa, and Rocky Smith would be wrestling on the card on November 13, 1964.
NOVEMBER 6, 1965 (SATURDAY) – MARIETTA, GA – FRANKLIN DRIVE ARENA (Elmo Chappell – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Boyer & Ken Fryer versus Derrell Cochran & Silento Rodriguez > Roger Kirby & Don Carson versus Ken Hollis & Chief Little Eagle / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.
NOVEMBER 6, 1970 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mr. Ito & the Great Ota defeated Bill Dromo & Sabu Singh > Bobby Shane and Jesse James wrestled to a draw > Ray Gunkel versus Jim Grabmire > Buddy Colt and Doug Gilbert wrestled to a draw > Paul DeMarco, Bobo Brazil & El Mongol defeated Skandor Akbar & the Assassins / Notes: Ray Gunkel and Jim Grabmire were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Homer O’Dell managed Buddy Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Paul DeMarco participated in an autograph session for fans.
NOVEMBER 6, 1971 (SATURDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WQXI STUDIOS (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jimmy Dancing Bear defeated Bill White > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong defeated Rocket & Flash Monroe > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto ended in a double disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed Capral.
NOVEMBER 6, 1973 (TUESDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Ted Oates versus Goldie Rogers > Pat & Mike Kelly versus Jack Armstrong & Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook versus Bolo Mongol > Tommy Seigler versus Geto Mongol > Ray Candy versus the Missouri Mauler > Ox Baker versus Gorilla Watts > Handicap Match: El Mongol & Assassin #1 versus Rock Hunter, Assassin #2 & the Enforcer / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2, the Enforcer, and the Missouri Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.
NOVEMBER 6, 1973 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby Cash defeated the Medic > Dr. Evil defeated Bob Orton, Jr. > Tom Jones defeated Jim Dalton > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bobby Shane & Gorgeous George, Jr., defeated Tim Woods & Mr. Wrestling #2* to win title > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong* defeated Stan Vachon > Roberto Soto & Bobo Brazil defeated Bobby Duncum & Bill Watts
NOVEMBER 6, 1977 (SUNDAY) – SAVANNAH, GA – SAVANNAH CIVIC CENTER (Aaron Newman – Promoter / Jim Crockett Promotions) > Danny Miller defeated Charlie Fulton > Roberto Soto defeated Scott Irwin > The Missouri Mauler & the Russian Stomper defeated Ted Oates & Tiger Conway, Jr. > The Mighty Igor defeated Greg Valentine by disqualification > Mid-Atlantic Television Title Match: Baron Von Raschke* defeated Mr. Wrestling #1 > US Heavyweight Title Match: Ric Flair defeated Ricky Steamboat* by disqualification
NOVEMBER 6, 1978 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pez Whatley defeated Larry Latham > Kurt Von Hess defeated Pierre Lefebvre > Thunderbolt Patterson defeated Medic #1 > Bugsy McGraw defeated Len Denton > The Masked Superstar defeated Tommy Rich > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Stan Hansen* defeated Rick Martel & Mr. Wrestling #2 > Lights Out Match: Ole Anderson defeated Pez Whatley
NOVEMBER 6, 1979 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky Fields and Bobby Jaggers wrestled to a draw > Bret Hart defeated Jacques Goulet > Handicap Match: Sterling Golden defeated Marvin Turner & Chick Donovan > Buzz Sawyer defeated Carl Fergie > Tony Atlas & Stan Hansen defeated Chris Markoff & the Masked Superstar > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Tommy Rich* defeated Killer Karl Kox / Notes: Chris Markoff substituted for Ernie Ladd to team with the Masked Superstar in the match with Tony Atlas & Stan Hansen. Tommy Rich was scheduled to get five minutes in the ring with Bobby Heenan, if he defeated Killer Karl Kox, but no details were provided following the card. Heenan managed Killer Karl Kox and the Superstar.
NOVEMBER 6, 1980 (THURSDAY) – ROME, GA – ROME MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike Davis versus Charlie Fulton > Ted DiBiase versus Dennis Condrey > Ted & Jerry Oates versus the Assassins > Jim Brunzell versus Ole Anderson > Terry Gordy versus Jack Brisco / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Michael Hayes and Buddy Roberts joined Terry Gordy at the ring during his match with Jack Brisco.
NOVEMBER 6, 1982 (SATURDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – RICHMOND COUNTY CIVIC CENTER (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Matt Borne versus Brad Armstrong > Tommy Rich & Stan Hansen versus Ivan Koloff & the Iron Sheik > Butch Reed versus the Super Destroyer > Paul Orndorff versus the Masked Superstar > Roddy Piper versus Buzz Sawyer / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Sonny King managed the Iron Sheik.
NOVEMBER 6, 1983 (SUNDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – OMNI COLISEUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pat Rose versus Les Thornton > Brad Armstrong versus Joe Lightfoot > National Television Title Match: Jake Roberts defeated Ron Garvin* to win title > Jimmy Valiant defeated the Great Kabuki > Buzz Sawyer versus Abdullah the Butcher ended in a double disqualification > National Tag Team Title Match: the Road Warriors* versus Brett Sawyer & Dusty Rhodes ended in a double disqualification > Tommy Rich defeated Ted DiBiase by disqualification / Notes: It was reported that 4,000 were in attendance for this card. Pat Rose and Les Thornton were scheduled to wrestle each other, as were Brad Armstrong and Joe Lightfoot, but no results were reported after the card. It is unclear as to how the match between Tommy Rich and Ted DiBiase came about. Harley Race was advertised rather than Ted DiBiase. Race claims he was not booked, but Ole Anderson claims he was scheduled to defend the NWA World Heavyweight Title versus Rich. Paul Ellering managed Jake Roberts and the Road Warriors. Gary Hart managed the Great Kabuki.
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