SOUTHEASTERN WRESTLING NEWS, NOTES, AND NOSTALGIA: 03/13/2009
NEWS and NOTES
Thursday’s edition of the NoseBleed Section, hosted by John Cannon and Joe Cowart, involved discussions on this past week’s RAW episode, Danny Bonaduce wrestling at TNA’s Lockdown, WrestleMania, and more. The program is a presentation of Georgia Wrestling History‘s GWH Radio Network. Click here for the archive.
World Wrestling Entertainment‘s SmackDown crew will be at the Reed Arena in College Station, TX, tonight. Advertised: Triple H defends the WWE Heavyweight Title against the Big Show; and Edge defends the WWE World Heavyweight Title against Jeff Hardy. Also on the bill: Matt Hardy, Carlito, the Great Khali, MVP, Shelton Benjamin, and Chavo Guerrero, Jr. Bell time is 7:30 PM.
WWE’s RAW/ECW crew will be at the Ector County Coliseum in Odessa, TX, tonight. Advertised: Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio, Jr., Kane, Chris Jericho, Christian, CM Punk, Finlay, Jack Swagger, Mark Henry, Beth Phoenix, Melina, and Cryme Tyme. Bell time is 7:30 PM.
The lineup for tonight’s SmackDown broadcast on MyNetwork TV, from WWE, is as follows: Kofi Kingston versus Edge; John Morrison & the Miz defend the WWE World Tag Team Title against Carlito & Primo Colon; Shelton Benjamin & Chavo Guerrero, Jr., versus R-Truth & MVP; the Hardys confront one another; Michelle McCool & Maryse versus Melina & Maria; Brian Kendrick versus Finlay in a qualifier for a spot in WrestleMania’s Money-in-the-Bank match; and Vladimir Kozlov versus the Undertaker.
Tickets for the following WWE events go on sale Saturday: May 9, at the Chevrolet Centre in Youngstown, OH; May 23, at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, NM; and September 27, at the Bercy in Paris, France.
WWE has announced the following events: June 2, SmackDown/ECW at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, TN; June 9, SmackDown/ECW at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, MS; and July 18, SmackDown/ECW at the Giant Center in Hershey, PA. Tickets for Biloxi and Hershey go on sale April 11, while Memphis tickets become available on April 18.
Total Nonstop Action will be at the Paroquet Springs Center in Shepherdsville, KY, tonight. Advertised: Kurt Angle versus Samoa Joe; Booker T versus Rhino; Beer Money defends the TNA World Tag Team Title against Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed; and Matt Morgan versus Abyss. Also on the bill: Jim Cornette, Brutus Magnus, Taylor Wilde, Roxxi Laveaux, Eric Young, Shane Sewell, Shark Boy, Sojourner Bolt, and No Limit. Bell time is 7:30 PM.
TNA has announced the following events: April 30, at the Knoxville Coliseum in Knoxville, TN; May 1, at the Agriculture & Exposition Center in Corbin, KY; May 2, at the Big Sandy Arena in Huntington, WV; and May 3, at the Eastern Kentucky Expo Center in Pikeville, KY. Tickets for all events go on sale March 20.
Ring of Honor will be at the Gateway Center in Collinsville, IL, tonight. Advertised: Nigel McGuinness defends the ROH World Heavyweight Title against Brent Albright; Bryan Danielson versus Bison Smith in a grudge match; Jerry Lynn & Tyler Black versus the Age of the Fall; Bobby Dempsey, Kevin Steen & El Generico versus the American Wolves (Eddie Edwards, Davey Richards & Chris Hero), with Larry Sweeney; Roderick Strong versus Jay Briscoe; a four-corners match featuring Austin Aries, Kenny Omega, Silas Young, and Claudio Castagnoli; MsChif versus Daizee Haze for the Shimmer Title; and Kenny King & Rhett Titus versus Irish Airborne. Also: Ric Flair will be signing autographs for $30, with an additional $20 for a second item. Bell time is 8:00 PM.
A taping for Showtime All-Star Wrestling takes place tonight in Millersville, TN, at the SAW Mill. Advertised: SAW International Heavyweight Title Match, Champion Kid Kash vs. Arrick “the Dragon” Andrews; Former Partners Collide, Chase Stevens vs. Andy Douglas (with Paul Adams); Vordell Walker vs. J.T. Stahr (with Derrick King & Sister O’Feelya); the Rivalry Continues, Rick Santel vs. Flash Flanagan; and David Young, Hammerjack, Jesse Emerson, Shane Smalls, Chrisjen Hayme, GWH’s own Dan Masters, and more. Bell time is 8pm.
The Alabama Wrestling Federation will be at the Civic Center in Loxley, AL, tonight. Advertised: the Honky Tonk Man. Tickets are $10, and kids under 7 get in free. Doors open at 7:00 and bell time is at 8:00.
Dirty South Pro Wrestling will be at the Knights of Columbus in Pensacola, F, tonight. Matches announced: “the Son of Old School” Billy Wayne & “the Future Legend” DJ Pringle vs. Street Bandit & Cowboy Ray. “Evil” Short Bandit vs. Tiny Tiswell in a TLC Match. Team Sexy vs. the Redneck Mafia. Tickets are $10 ringside, and $5 general admission. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:00.
DSPW will also be at the National Guard Armory in Brewton, AL, on March 28. Matches to be announced. Tickets are $3. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:00.
DSPW was in Brewton, AL, on March 7. Results: Cowboy Ray won a Battle Royal to win the vacant DSPW Florida Heavyweight championship. Mike Metal & Victor Cru defeated Stone & Roxas Payne. Johnny Rebel defeated Evergreen McQueen to become the #1 contender to the heavyweight championship. Street Bandit & Cowboy Ray defeated “the Son of Old School” Billy Wayne & “the Future Legend” DJ Pringle. “Mr. Electricity” Jerry Reiner vs. Cruze ended in a time limit draw. “DDG” Lee Manning vs. “Evil” Short Bandit was declared a no contest when Bandit hit Manning with a chair and there was also an ambush by Cowboy Ray & Tiny Tiswell on Bandit. The Redneck Mafia defeated Team Sexy in a non title match
Champions with Attitudes will be at the Jamil Temple in Columbia, SC, tonight. The doors will open at 6:00 PM, with matches getting underway at 7:30. Tickets are $20 for ringside, $15 for floor seats, and $10 for bleacher seating. Children 3 and under get in free of charge.
Florida Championship Wrestling will be at the Lake County Fairgrounds Expo Hall in Eustis, FL, tonight. Tickets are $20 for reserved ringside, $12 general admission, and $8 for kids.
Pro Wrestling Fusion will be at the Police Athletic League Center in Davie, FL, tonight. Advertised: Tommy Taylor vs. Christopher Gray. Daron Smythe vs. King Kong Fu. Tickets are $15 ringside, and $10 general admission. A family pack of 4 general admission tickets can be bought for $30. Doors open at 7:00 and bell time is at 8:00. For more information, call (954) 383-5657.
Folkstyle Championship Wrestling will be at 3974 Carrollton Villa Rica Highway in Carrollton, GA, tonight. Advertised: J-Rod, Cru Jones, Jaebo, Big Nasty, and Frankie Valentine. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12, and free for kids under 6. Bell time is at 8:00. For more information, call (678) 409-1095 (678) 409-1094.
FCW will be back in Carrollton, GA, on March 20. Advertised: J-Rod, Cru Jones, Jaebo, Big Nasty, and Frankie Valentine. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12, and free for kids under 6. Bell time is at 8:00. For more information, call (678) 409-1095 or (678) 409-1094.
FCW was in Carrollton, GA, on March 6. Results: Jaebo & Bulldog Raines defeated Kaiden Knight & Ron Stalker. Big Nasty defeated Jake Diamond. Frankie Valentine defeated Doug Somers by DQ. Bobby Moore & Ron Stalker were the last two participants in a battle royal. They won the right to face off for the US championship. Bobby Moore, w/Amy Morgane, defeated Ron Stalker to win the US championship.
Pro Wrestling Eklipse will be at Jo Bob’s Elite Fight Club in Zephyrhills, FL, tonight. Tickets are $5. Bell time is at 8:00.
Action Packed Wrestling will be at the APW Arena in Chester, SC, tonight.
Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Cherry Street Gym in Royston, GA, tonight.
The Pro Wrestling Federation will be at the National Guard Armory in Rogersville, TN, tonight.
The Southern Wrestling Federation will be at the SWF Arena in Tullahoma, TN, tonight.
The United States Wrestling Organization will be at the Stadium Inn in Nashville, TN, tonight.
The Independent Circuit Wrestling Federation will be at the Wagon Wheel Flea Market in St. Petersburg, FL, tomorrow. Jake “the Snake” Roberts is advertised to be on hand signing autographs. Also on the bill: Valek, Ms. TNT, and Justin Cade. Bell time is at 9:30 AM.
The following information in regard to birthdays and memoriams has been compiled from various sources. In the event you can let us know of any omissions or corrections, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s Birthdays: Angelo ?King Kong? Mosca (1938) and Akira Nogami (1968).
Today In Memoriam: Kurt Von Hess (56, 1999), Wayne Cashman (53, 2001), and Arnold Skaaland (82, 2007).
Prosecutors have announced that there will be no criminal charges against Verne Gagne for the death of Helmut Guttman.
Dwayne ?the Rock? Johnson will appear on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. Johnson’s ?Race to Witch Mountain? opens tonight. He has expressed a desire to work on a Boradway musical next.
Steve Austin has a part in ?the Expendables?, which stars Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mickey Rourke, Jason Statham, Eric Roberts, Jet Li, Charisma Carpenter, and Randy Couture. The film is in pre-production and is set to begin filming March 28, with a tentative release sometime in 2010. Also, the strong comeback for Rourke continues, as he has also signed to play Whiplash in ?Iron Man II?. Also in the sequel are Robert Downey, Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell, and Samuel L. Jackson. Scheduled to start filming in April, a tentative release date of May 2010.
Great Championship Wrestling results from the Gr8 Sk8 Plex in Phenix City, AL, on March 12: Frankie Valentine beat Kyle Matthews in 7:13. Tex Monroe beat Dany Only and Bobby Moore (with Princeton Gainey) in a triple threat match (8:20). John Bogie & Rob Adonis (with JP Money) beat Midnight Studds (Bobby Sanford & JT Flash (with Princeton Gainey III) in 8:43. J-Rod beat Sal Rinauro via DQ in 16:39 in a contender’s match for the GCW Heavyweight Title. Merchants of Death (Orion Bishop & Murder One with Wicked Nemesis) beat Hot Like Lava (Cru Jones & Shaun Banks with Quentin Michaels) to win the GCW Tag Team Championship in 21:08. Click here for a detailed report from Larry Goodman.
Rampage Pro Wrestling was at Johnny G’s Fun Center in Warner Robins, GA, on March 8 for a television taping. Dark matches: Travis Sawyer defeated Big Bank Barfield. Mr. Jones defeated Demarco Knight. TV Taping: S&S Express defeated Rob Adonis & Kyle Matthews, w/Charlie Cash. Originally the next match was supposed to be Derringer vs. Chip Day, but Murder 1 came out and demanded to face RPW champion Micah Taylor. Day came out for the match with Derringer and Murder attacked Day, taking him out of the match. Commissioner Nick Patrick said that Derringer would not get a cheap win and said that there was another wrestler ready to go. “The ?200 lb. Genetic Wonder” Colt Derringer defeated Chris Jacobs. Micah Taylor defeated Cru Jones. The rules of the match were that Jones & Taylor were to collect as many pinfalls as possible until one of them couldn’t answer the referee’s 10-count. In a tarred & feathered match, Dr. Gayton & J-Rod defeated Frankie Valentine & Sal Rinauro, w/Charle Cash. Before Valentine & Rinauro was to get tarred & feathered, Cru Jones ran down and attacked Gayton. Cash was going to tar & feather Gayton, but Gayton knocked the tar & feathers out of Cash’s hands and Cash got tarred & feathered. Gayton then went looking for Jones.
The All-Star Wrestling Network will be at the AWN Wrestleplex in Ft. Valley, GA, on March 14. Advertised: “Golden Boy” Chick Donovan vs. AWN CEO Mike Money, w/Money, Inc. Also advertised: AWN Heavyweight champion Paul Warfield, Slaughter Pit, Ash, Damenchia, Douglas McGuinness, Sin City Mafia, Dyce, and Scotty Carmichael. Tickets are $5. Bell time is at 8:00.
Southern Pro Wrestling will be in Georgetown, GA, at the Old School Gym on March 14. Matches to be announced. Tickets are $6, and kids under 6 get in free. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:00.
Southeastern Xtreme Wrestling will be at the SXW X-Treme Sportatorium in Dothan, AL, on March 14. Advertised: An 8-man battle royal to determine the 2 contenders for the vacant SXW heavyweight championship. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for military and kids 6-12, and free for kids under 6. Bell time is at 7:30.
World Wrestling Alliance 4 will be at the WWA4 School in Atlanta, GA, on March 18. Matches to be announced. Admission is free.
WWA4 results from the WWA4 School in Atlanta, GA, on March 11: Jimmy the Kid & the Chosen over Rick King & Angel Dragoff; All Mighty Minnie over Amy Morgane by disqualification; Will Platinum over Big Nasty; Jake Diamond, Mike Black & Kaiden Knight over Jon Davis, Eric Mayne & Jaebo; and a match featuring Rick King and Jon Davis ended in a no contest.
The Georgia Pro Wrestling Association will be part of the FireAnt Festival in Ashburn, GA, on March 28. Advertised: Jake Slater, Pain, Brokishi, BFF, Paul Warfield, Mike Cross, Scotty Carmichael, and Christian Walker. Bell time is at 1:00.
The GPWA will be at the National Guard Armory in Fitzgerald, GA, on April 18, advertising a tournament for the vacant heavyweight championship. On the bill: Pain, Brokishi, Ron Stalker, J-Rod, Jake Slater, Christian Walker, Gringo Pantera, and “Wildfire” Tommy Rich.
I Believe in Wrestling will be at the Downtown Recreation Center in Orlando, FL, on April 4. Advertised: For the SCW Florida championship, Chasyn Rance defends vs. Sean Davis. Raymond Snow & Demon Toro vs. Bumz R’ Us in a garbage match. “The Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko & Glacier are also advertised. Tickets are $10, and children under 11 get in free. Bell time is at 7:30. For more information, call (407) 694-3912.
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MARCH 13, 1918 (WEDNESDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Billy Sandow ? Promoter) > Strangler Lewis defeated B.F. Roller at 64:00 (2-0) / Notes: Billy Sandow managed Strangler Lewis. It was reported that B.F. Roller announced his retirement after being injured during the match with Lewis.
MARCH 13, 1936 (FRIDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? PIEDMONT-ELLIS ARENA (Frank Bettis ? Promoter) > Roy Steinart versus Leon Fuller > Eddie Elzea versus Ripper Reeves > John Mauldin versus Tarzan Jordan / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.
MARCH 13, 1938 (SUNDAY) ? AUGUSTA, GA ? NEW COLISEUM (L.A. Roche ? Promoter) / Notes: Tom Mahoney and Dick Lever were both advertised to be wrestling on a card, but no further information has been found.
MARCH 13, 1948 (SATURDAY) ? PORTERDALE, GA ? PORTERDALE MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Jim Benedetti versus Red Dugan > Tommy Ward versus Bill Collins / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.
MARCH 13, 1951 (TUESDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? SPORTS ARENA (Jack Troy ? Promoter) > Tiny Oxford defeated Harry Barnard by disqualification at 20:00 > Larry King & Creepy St. Cloud defeated Bill Collins & Sam Roberts > Butcher Boy Martin defeated Johnny Long
MARCH 13, 1959 (FRIDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > The Mountaineer defeated Jack O?Brien > Doug Gilbert and Don Lee wrestled to a draw > Jack O?Brien, Don Lee & Skull Murphy defeated the Mountaineer, Doug & Johnny Gilbert > Paul Anderson versus Freddie Blassie ended in a double countout
MARCH 13, 1962 (TUESDAY) ? MACON, GA ? MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Evon Marion defeated Eduardo Martinez > Handicap Match: Haystacks Calhoun defeated Jack Terry & Frank Hickey > Ray Villmer & Eddie Graham defeated the Assassins
MARCH 13, 1963 (WEDNESDAY) ? COLUMBUS, GA ? COLUMBUS SPORTS ARENA (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > The Bat defeated Charlie Keene at 15:00 > Jim Ballard defeated Paul Harrison > Chief Little Eagle defeated Tarzan Tyler by disqualification
MARCH 13, 1964 (FRIDAY) ? LaGRANGE, GA (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Billy Hines versus Greg Peterson > Al Galento versus Bob Morrow > Don Carson versus George Wolfe / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.
MARCH 13, 1964 (FRIDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Don McIntyre ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Dromo defeated Charlie Carr > Buddy Fuller & Tex Riley defeated Red Roberts & Red Steiner > Chief Little Eagle defeated George Harris > Sputnik Monroe defeated Guy Taylor > Stan Stasiak defeated Joe Scarpa / Notes: The program we have for this card mentions that a tournament to determine the holder of the Southern Television Title is being planned. It also says the title has been vacant for several months, but we have nothing showing anything referencing this title in our research.
MARCH 13, 1964 (FRIDAY) ? MARIETTA, GA ? LARRY BELL AUDITORIUM (Elmo Chappell ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Stan Stasiak defeated Joe Scarpa > Guy Taylor versus Sputnik Monroe > Buddy Fuller & Tex Riley defeated Red Roberts & Red Steiner / Notes: Guy Taylor and Sputnik Monroe were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. It was announced that Lou Thesz and Johnny Weaver would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.
MARCH 13, 1965 (SATURDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Gino Brito defeated Pancho Villa > Red Roberts defeated the Mighty Jumbo > Jesse James defeated Bob Dalton > Freddie Blassie defeated Tony Marino by disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mario Galento* defeated Tony Nero > Southern Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Fuller & Jesse James defeated the Mysterious Medics* to win title / Notes: Jesse James substituted for Sputnik Monroe to team with Buddy Fuller in the match with the Mysterious Medics. The Medics had been the reigning Southern Tag Team Champions since they defeated Joe Scarpa & Tony Marino in a tournament final on February 5, 1965, in Atlanta. Mario Galento had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Sputnik Monroe on November 13, 1964, in Atlanta. Paul Jones reported that he had purchased the old Sports Arena, and would be renovating it for future events, including moving the ticket office to that location soon. He was also contemplating moving the television program there to accommodate a larger crowd. It was announced that Tom Bradley and the Corsicans would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.
MARCH 13, 1970 (FRIDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: the Black Venus versus the Congo Cat > Ray Gunkel defeated Alex Perez > Homer O?Dell & Buddy Colt defeated Leo Garibaldi & El Mongol > Georgia Heavyweight Title Tournament: Assassin #1 defeated Alberto Torres; Paul DeMarco defeated Les Wolff; Buddy Fuller defeated Chris Markoff; Joe Scarpa defeated Nick Bockwinkel by disqualification; Scarpa defeated Fuller by coin toss; Assassin #1 defeated DeMarco; Assassin #1 defeated Scarpa to win title / Notes: The Black Venus and the Congo Cat were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Homer O?Dell managed Buddy Colt. The tournament was to determine was champion for the title that had been vacated on February 28, 1970, due to injuries to Doug Gilbert, and began on March 6, 1970. In a strange twist during the match between Joe Scarpa and Assassin #1, Scarpa had applied the sleeper on his opponent, but Assassin #1 ended up on top of Scarpa and the referee counted Scarpa’s shoulders down. Charlie Harben and Leo Garibaldi were credited as being referees for this card. The program for this card featured a photo of Doug Gilbert in a neck brace.
MARCH 13, 1971 (SATURDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? WQXI STUDIOS (Paul Jones ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Klondike Bill defeated Gene Bobo > Buddy Colt defeated Bob Griffin > Robert Fuller defeated Billy Spears > El Mongol and Assassin #2 wrestled to a draw / Notes: This was taped for the ?Atlanta TV Wrestling? television program hosted by Ed Capral. This episode was aired from 11:00 PM to Midnight. Homer O?Dell managed Buddy Colt.
MARCH 13, 1973 (TUESDAY) ? ATLANTA, GA ? ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Ann Gunkel ? Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Oki Shikina versus Kubla Khan > Randy Curtis versus Krusher Karlson > Bill Bowman versus Tommy Seigler > Bearcat Wilkerson versus Guillotine Gordon > Joe Turner versus Ron Pritchard > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo versus Jack Armstrong & Rock Hunter > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy defeated Assassin #2* to win title > Ernie Ladd defeated Ox Baker / Notes: No documented results for the remaining matches on this card have been found. El Mongol was the special referee for the match between Ernie Ladd and Ox Baker. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2.
MARCH 13, 1973 (TUESDAY) ? MACON, GA ? MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Norvel Austin defeated Jack Evans > Tank Morgan defeated El Sicodelico > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams defeated Donna Christianello > Leon Ogle & Jim Wilson defeated Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler > Bill Dromo versus the Destroyer > Macon Tag Team Title Match (DQ Rule Waived): the Super Infernos* defeated Bob Armstrong & Eddie Graham / Notes: Bill Dromo and the Destroyer were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Jack Crawford managed Tarzan Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Super Infernos.
MARCH 13, 1978 (MONDAY) ? AUGUSTA, GA ? WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Charlie Harben ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve Regal and Jacques Goulet wrestled to a draw > Tommy Rich & Adrian Adonis defeated Wolfgang & Helmut Schmidt > Thunderbolt Patterson defeated Lars Anderson > AWA Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel* defeated Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Television Title Match: Ole Anderson* defeated Mr. Wrestling #2 / Notes: Bobby Heenan managed Nick Bockwinkel. Rock Hunter managed Wolfgang & Helmut Schmidt.
MARCH 13, 1979 (TUESDAY) ? WARNER ROBINS, GA ? WARNER ROBINS CIVIC CENTER (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Raymond Rougeau defeated Frank Dusek > Rufus R. Jones defeated Rick Oliver > Tommy Rich defeated Kurt Von Hess by disqualification > Stan Hansen & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Rocket Monroe & Ivan Koloff / Notes: Rocket Monroe substituted for an injured Ole Anderson to team with Ivan Koloff in the match with Stan Hansen & Wahoo McDaniel.
MARCH 13, 1980 (THURSDAY) ? ROME, GA ? ROME MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM (Charlie Harben ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Owen versus Gerald Finley > Bill Dromo versus Bobby Garrett > Jay Strongbow versus Killer Khan > Kevin Sullivan versus Baron Von Raschke > Austin Idol versus Mr. Wrestling #2 / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.
MARCH 13, 1983 (SUNDAY) ? MACON, GA ? MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Killer Brooks defeated Joe Lightfoot > Larry Zbyszko defeated Johnny Rich > The Masked Superstar defeated Bob Roop > Dick Murdoch defeated Ivan Koloff > Paul Orndorff defeated the Super Destroyer > Ole Anderson & Buzz Sawyer defeated Tommy Rich & Butch Reed
MARCH 13, 1983 (SUNDAY) ? MARIETTA, GA ? COBB COUNTY CIVIC CENTER (Paul Jones ? Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Larry Zbyszko defeated Joe Lightfoot > Ray Candy and the Super Destroyer wrestled to a draw > The Masked Superstar defeated the Iron Sheik by disqualification > The Masked Superstar & the Super Destroyer defeated Bob Roop & Iron Sheik by countout > Dick Murdoch & Tommy Rich defeated Ivan Koloff & Buzz Sawyer
MARCH 13, 1985 (WEDNESDAY) ? ALTOONA, PA (Ole Anderson ? Promoter / Championship Wrestling from Georgia) > Billy Graham defeated Ivan Koloff > Luis Martinez defeated Otto Von Mark > Dominic Denucci defeated Bill Berger > Pez Whatley defeated J.J. Dillon > Bob Backlund defeated Nikita Koloff by disqualification > Ron Bass and Pez Whatley wrestled to a draw
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, 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, Matt Tew, Dave Wills, Shannon Rose, Alan Wojcik, Devin Cutting, Red Jones, Drew Carrig, Adam Russell, and Richard O?Sullivan.