Catch up on some previous posts

Jack Dempsey, Nanjo, Whipper MLG 1950 
Open Air Wrestling in Toronto 
Outdoor cards over the years 
The Big Event 1986 
Hulkamania takes over the CNE 
It's Roger vs Terrible Ted! 
Niagara Falls Posters 
Some classics from 1953-54
Slaughter and that US title July 1982 
The 'other' US title at MLG
Mean & Nasty...
Almanac 1956
The year in Maple Leaf
Royalty & Wrestling
Red Garner: The Pride Of Langstaff 
Story of Red & the CCWA 
Whipper saves the day
Whip and Togo set Oshawa on fire 1953
The feud heats up the region!

Oshawa Wrestling History: Tournament Of Champions 1967


    In 1965 Oshawa Promoter Pat Milosh would present his first Tournament Of Champions. It was a one night tourny with a 3 round system to determine the nights winner. Scotsman Andy Robin won three bouts to win that one defeating Professor Hiro in the finals. Milosh would present Robin with a nice trophy to mark the win. Robin (who would later become the Scottish Bearman after working with Dave and Terrible Ted here) took home a nice Canadian title belt which he may have had made to celebrate this win. 

   At the second one in 1966 Sweet Daddy Siki took the trophy. He beat Hans Schmidt in the final after taking out The Beast (Yachetti) and Mr X (also appeared in Toronto but never unmasked or identified). This time the hated Schmidt would attack Siki and destroy the trophy. They did that a lot in the days of trophies.  

  For the 3rd Annual in 1967 there was a mix of veterans and young stars. Dewey Robertson, Pat Flanagan, Siki were all entered. As was Bulldog Brower who would defeat Erwin Starr, Siki, and then have a draw with The Assassin (Guy Mitchell presumably) in the final. Ref Bunny Dunlop had counted out both wrestlers after they took the battle to the floor. A draw in a tournament? What to do? Often they would tack on a few extra minutes to decide a winner but Milosh elected to carry it over to the following week. 


    So a week later the two would go at it again in the main event, this time with no time limit. MUST BE A WINNER! shouted the ad. They would do it as a 2/3 fall affair with each taking one fall. During the 3rd fall Brower managed to rip off  Assassin's mask to reveal....a face full of tape. He had tape all around his face but for his mouth, nose, and eyes. For that action Dunlop would disqualify Brower. They should have thought of that! Bulldog would then grab the mic off the announcer and challenge Assassin to a Texas Death Match the following week. A winner must be decided. As an added bonus The Assassin would have to unmask if he lost. Note at this time Brower was a fan favorite in the area though he didn't change his style much. 



   For the 3rd bout the Texas Death Match rules were in effect, our version. Winner takes all, no disqualifications and no time limit. Falls count anywhere, outside of ring fighting permitted. No holds barred except the choke. As per the ad 'The fighting will continue till one man is completely helpless and the survivor wins the bout....'


   The war to end all wars would go six falls before Brower missed a top rope jump and injured himself. The Assassin would take advantage and beat on Brower's injured leg until he finally conceded. While Assassin kept his mask he would later lose it at MLG. Unmasked by the Sheik in 1971 to reveal Mitchell. That was the last tournament held in Oshawa during the Milosh days (through 1992). 

-AC


Tiger Tommy Nelson

vs Billy Kohnke (mat) Sept 1938

   It was the ship that launched a thousand careers. Well, at least several, including the man who would become Toronto's -and Canada's-greatest name in pro wrestling - Bill Potts aka Whipper Watson.

He wasn't the only one. The others that accompanied the soon to be re-named Whipper on that ship to the U.K. in 1936 would also make an impact on the Toronto and Ontario wrestling scenes in the coming years.

It was June 1936 and a group of wrestlers from the amateur and semi pro ranks would embark on a tour of the United Kingdom. Along with young Bill Potts, there was Ken 'Tiger' Tasker, Al Korman, and Tom Nelson. Whipper, of course would return in 1940 and go on to a 30 year career. Tasker and Korman (later Krusher Korman) would continue their wrestling careers and then go on to be long time referees. Tommy Nelson's in-ring career would end sooner but he too would be a part of the office for many years to come.

Tommy was born in 1900 making him an elder statesman among the younger wrestlers he traveled with. He had formerly worked as a bus driver for the Danforth Bus Company. In 1928 he was involved in an accident at Midland and Danforth Rd when a CNR Train hit his bus, injuring him and the only passenger on board at the time. The bus was completely destroyed with fire after the train hit it, and ended his driving career.

There isn't notable mention of his earliest wrestling years but he likely came up in the same way that most did in those days. Learning their craft at the many clubs and related amateur contests that were plentiful in small halls and gyms around Toronto. He would hang up the boots in the early 1940's and work with Tunney in a promotional capacity through the 1960's running shows in the outlying towns around the city.
London, England 1938

Nelson would wrestle in England as Bear-Cat Tom Nelson and Battling Tom Nelson. A Poster from Centenary Hall for a bout vs Hein Stack in Oct 1937 lists Nelson as 'from USA, extremely popular here as wrestler and referee.' A later ad in December of 1937 has him as 'from Canada and ex Olympic games, the return of an old and tried favorite, back by public demand, and glad to be back.'

There is no record of Olympic involvement or active at any games, Olympic background a frequent boast to push wrestlers in those days - though many wrestlers participated in events qualifying for them.

Other names alongside Nelson in those years Ben(gal) Engbloom, the popular in Toronto amateur Finn, as well as Herb Parks. Parks was said to be a fine wrestler in his day and he and his brother Bill (Dinty) were early stars for Larry Kasaboski's Ontario based Northland group in the 1940's. The Parks brothers later owned Sunset Park in North Bay while starring for Kasaboski until Herb disappeared on a hunting trip in 1956 and was later found drowned. Sunset Park, the inspiration for the naming of the Sunset Flip.

Nelson made it through other parts of Europe through 1939. On a physicians statement in Toronto on Feb 20 1940 it lists his past bouts and includes stops in Belfast (where he won a title bout), Edinburgh, Vienna, Budapest, Paris, London, Manchester, and finally home to Toronto. 

The Belfast title bout in March 1939 was vs Mike de Mitre for the Light Heavyweight Championship of Europe. Nelson wins and the local media plays it up with Tommy listed as a local wrestler. They don't mention it again though but the win stands. He goes on to more dates through Europe where they played up the title win or added it to his credentials (see Physicians report below)


His debut at MLG came on Jan 12 1940 vs Pete Baltran. The write up lists Nelson as hailing from Ireland and having had won the European light-heavyweight championship back in 1939. I . In his recap of the bouts Joe Perlove called Nelson an 'undersized grappler from Ireland' in his draw with Baltran.
1938

It's not clear when Nelson joined the office in an official capacity but appears to have been involved as one of Tunney's insiders by the late 1940's. Nelson worked as an associate promoter in the same way that Sammy Sobol and others had through the years. Running the outside towns and reporting (bringing the $$$) back to the Toronto office.

He publicly ran Stoufville, Aurora, Barrie, Collingwood, Sutton, and Bradford. And for a time in bigger centers such as Galt (Cambridge) and Kitchener until Johnny Powers bought Tunney (and Nelson?) out around 1965.

In 1955 Nelson was announced as taking over for Roy McMahon as matchmaker for CCWA (Red Garner's group) in Aurora on Aug 29 and then promoting in Stoufville, this time with Tunney stars instead of Garner's team. Garner and Tunney had a small turf war in the area (that's for another story) and listing Nelson as part of Red's group was likely a ploy to keep Red's fans.

The only mention of a Toronto-proper show under Nelson was a 1958 show held at Scarboro Arena  on Oct 4 to benefit the Scarboro Hospital Building Fund using Tunney's stars. There is a small mention later of Nelson being on the Board of the Scarboro Police Youth Club.

In some towns Nelson was referred to as Matchmaker for the Queensbury Club, the Toronto office's official name.

Above pic from 1958 with about 200 years of Toronto wrestling in there. Wrestlers Refs Promoters
l. to r. top: *unknown, Pat Flanagan, Joe Gollob, Dara Singh, Frank Tunney, Lou Pistocia
l. to r. bottom: Sam Gotter, Al 'Krusher' Korman, Tommy Nelson

From a 1958 piece on Nelson in the Galt Evening Reporter  ' I was wrestling on a pro card in Manchester, England in 1938. I was thrown out of the ring and cracked my spine on the exposed iron part of a ringside theater-type seat.'

The result was five painful months in an English hospital with the not-too-heartening news that he would never walk again. But just two years later Nelson was not only walking but was back on the pro grapple beat. It was 1940 now and he was booked into Detroit. Gus Sonnenberg was his opponent and when big Gus attempted a flying tackle both gladiators went sprawling among the ringsiders. Nelson, on the bottom, found another empty iron frame with his tender spine. Another long siege in hospital followed. But this time it was the end. There definitely would be no further wrestling.

After a series of spinal operations they found that he shrank somewhat from the effects of the spinal knife job. In a later 1962 piece in the Barrie Examiner, it repeats the story and says his height was pared by a couple of inches as well as his weight. It says he fought at 220lbs (don't think so but he was now down to 150lbs) and from later photos looks to have stayed in good shape into his senior years.

Roger Baker attended some of Nelson's shows in the early 1960's.
...Nelson was a very nice guy who was worried for his incoming wrestlers on a particularly snowy evening in Kitchener but still kept his smile amid the pressure of the evening...At another show in Sutton when one of the wrestlers threw his opponent via a slingshot into one of the corner posts with such force that the ring ropes popped out of the turnbuckles. Tommy came to the ring dressed in a suit, and again under pressure got those ropes back up, and the balance of the card was able to go ahead. A part time wrestling promoter must be able to handle a litany of potential problems!
-Roger

-AC

Thanks to Roger Baker, and for ID help
Thanks to Brian Lanigan for nostalgia & Nicholas Campbell for some info on the Belfast bout
If you can add anything to Mr Nelson's story please contact me.



New Book: MapleLeafWrestling.com presents

 
The next in the series looks at the boom of Toronto wrestling

For Toronto wrestling fans this is a ‘must have’ book. So much great info.
-Jeff Marek Sports TV & Radio, LAW

The rich history of professional wrestling in Ontario comes alive in chaotic detail in a new book by a pair of 
veteran Canadian wrestling journalists..
-Marshall Ward. for Slam Wrestling

This was a really enjoyable read if you’re into the history of Toronto wrestling and the key people involved running the city. Tons of historical notes on attendance, ups and downs in the city, the good and bad of The Sheik from ‘69-‘77, the Mid-Atlantic years and into the WWF’s foothold from ‘84 onward.
-John Pollock Post Wrestling

I really enjoyed this book, learned a lot about MLG wrestling, good read.
-Mark Bujan. 

So much information on the great history of Toronto’s Maple Leaf Wrestling. It will be a great reference guide for anyone interested in learning more about Maple Leaf Wrestling as we know it today!
-Wes Maidment.



50th Anniversary Show Nov 15 1981: Sunday Night


   Over the years we have looked at the various anniversary shows held at Maple Leaf Gardens, this time we focus on the final one, celebrating 50 years of wrestling.

   The first card was held on Nov 19 1931 under the promotion of the Queensbury Athletic Club headed by Jack Corcoran. Corcoran passed the promotion to John & Frank Tunney in 1939 and when John passed away suddenly in 1940 Frank took over the reigns. 

By 1981 the promotion was celebrating 50 years at the Gardens. 

   The card was set for Sunday Nov 15 and would feature an NWA title bout with new champ Ric Flair defending against #1 contender Harley Race. At that time newspaper coverage was minimal as compared to previous eras, but this anniversary earned some notable entries in the dailies.

  The Toronto Sun had an enlarged ad type entry on Nov 11 with the caption 'He does it with Flair' with a photo of the new champ and his belt. It was billed as 3 championship bouts, Alongside Flair vs Race, Angelo Mosca was trying to regain his Canadian Heavyweight Title from John Studd, and NWA TV champ Ron Bass would defend against Kurt Von Hess. Added to that was Andre the Giant going for revenge against Killer Kahn for breaking his leg (actually happened well before and the two had had several return bouts elsewhere) and 'others' including Johnny Weaver, Mike Miller, Mike (billed as Ron) Davis, and Victor Jovica.


   The Globe had a feature article by James Christie (40 years at Globe as Sportswriter) entitled 'Love and pain and 50 years of grappling.'  He looked at the history of wrestling here and quoted Tunney as saying he would sell out the show expecting 17,000 and a gate of $100k.

   The card did almost sell out MLG, announced attendance was 16,000 which made it one of the best of the era. Since 1974 there had only been two other cards over 15,000.

The place was full, and loud.

The card itself did not disappoint, though there were some minor changes from what was scheduled.

NWA TITLE: Ric Flair WP Harley Race 24:03
Andre the Giant D/DQ Killer Kahn 14:19
Canadian Heavyweight Title: John Studd LCOR Angelo Mosca 15:47
TV Title: Outlaw Ron Bass W Mike Miller (sub for Kurt Von Hess) 10:46
Johnny Weaver W Charlie Fulton 8:24
Tony Parisi/Mike Davis W Doug Vines/Izzy Slapowitz 11:12

About to hit the ramp! 


   The highlight was Flair vs Race. 24 minutes of suplexes, figure fours, falling headbutts, and all out action, both in the ring and on the ramp. As was usually the case when these two met, both were covered in blood after sacrificing themselves on the hard wooden ramp.

   Race appeared to pin the champ when ref Terry Yorkston counted Flair down for 3 and the fans thought we had seen another title change in Toronto. Ref John Laing came out to tell Yorkston that Race had pulled Flair's trunks. During this exchange Flair got behind Race and threw him into the ropes catching him in a cradle and pinning him. Flair was declared the winner and some of nights wrestlers came out from the back to congratulate him.

   Race though, blew his stack and laid out Mike Davis before piledriving Flair into the mat. Race continued to stomp on Flair until Johnny Weaver grabbed the NWA title belt and chased Race out as the fans cheered.

  That was their 2nd of 6 bouts here over the NWA Title between 1980-1984, each as champ for 3 bouts. Flair who was popular here since his switch in 1980 always earned the cheers, while mostly a heel in other areas. Even as a full fledged heel here in 78-79 the fans loved him. When he made his return as NWA champ we saw 10 defenses total 1981-1984. The only downside of his NWA runs was that we saw him less often.


     The Andre- Kahn bout was also a hard fought, very realistic and rough battle. Andre looked to be killing Kahn before Miller, Fulton, Slapowitz, and Vines rushed out and dragged Kahn away from the angry Giant. Andre had Kahn on the ropes trying to break his leg and wouldn't let up so was officially a double dq.

   Mosca and Studd continued their feud with two referees and brawled their way to the floor where Studd had enough and fled to the dressing room. It left Mosca the winner but not the champ. Mosca would eventually regain the title a few months later in a cage bout.

   Those 3 bouts alone were worthy of the card and the openers were pretty good, including the only appearance for Slapowitz. Some of the wrestlers appeared in Brantford for TV tapings the following day, notably Race who wrestled 3 bouts for the day.

   The card got some write ups in the magazines of the day including an 'Arena Report' in PWI, 'The Wrestler' had a' story entitled 'The John Studd School of Rulebreaking' - Studd mentoring Slapowitz, Miller, Davis and a great shot of the old dirty Maple Leaf Dressing room,  and a 2 page spread in 'Ring' Magazine.

 The Mid Atlantic Gateway has the TV bout from the next day featuring Race vs Weaver 

   None of the bouts from the 50th card have surfaced, I have a hazy memory of seeing portions of the Andre-Kahn and Flair-Race bouts on the CITY TV News.

Some other Flair-Race pics are Flair vs Race: Photos
All nostalgia & photos mapleleafwrestling.com 

-AC





Crown Jewel and the love of Wrestling


Repost  On my latest visit to see my friend Roger Baker I was able to take him a copy of Dick Bourne's new book Crown Jewel The NWA World Championship 1959-1973. One of my favorite of Roger's photos is featured in the book, a shot of Kiniski (lifting his ring jacket to show the belt) facing off before a title bout with Carpentier in Toronto in '66.

  The book is jammed full with the history of the title, the origins of the belt, and the names that held it. Pat O'Connor, Buddy Rogers, Lou Thesz, Gene Kiniski, Dory Funk, Jr., and Harley Race. This time Dick goes back a bit before the scope of the Mid Atlantic Gateway site -and it is a fascinating read with all of the quality and great photos you expect with Dick's books. 

  Of course Toronto was a big part of that title, especially in the earlier years. Thesz was a staple in T.O. while our once British Empire champ Pat O'Connor was for a time, second in popularity only to Whipper. Buddy Rogers had some notable bouts in Toronto including losing the title to Thesz right here in our ring. Gene Kiniski was a top 3 maybe around here, a huge part of the boom of the '50s and returned as champ to defend 18 times in Toronto alone (busy on the circuit too). During those years 1959-1973 we saw about 58 world title defenses if I count right. 

  One of the most interesting chapters is Dick Hutton: Champion without a belt. Hutton, maybe the most forgotten of the early NWA champs. He had a great impact in Toronto, from his arrival in 1956 through his title win (also at MLG) and reign, his beat the yank $1000 challenge, and teaming with Kiniski and others. When he took the title from Thesz in Nov 1957 he wasn't a big hit as champ, either here in Toronto or elsewhere. 

  After O'Connor returned as new champ in Jan 1959 Steve York of the Globe wrote 

'Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. How else can you account for O’Connor replacing Dick Hutton as NWA champion? O’Connor bounces around, has more color and is more expressive than the phlegmatic, stolid Hutton, who does everything deliberately. Besides which Pat is as good a wrestler as Hutton.'

    While Hutton was champ he wore a belt, but not that belt. You can learn all about that in the book. The in depth information is as usual, very well researched, and is presented in a smooth and transitional way that you will be familiar with from all of Dick's books. 

  And that brings me back to Roger. We talked a while back about Hutton, the forgotten champ, the champ without a belt.

'Dick Hutton was a powerhouse of a man, he was built like a tank, weighed around 260lbs. This Oklahoma bred mat man was all business in the ring and he could stay on his feet much to the consternation of many of his opponents. Hutton could also lay a sledgehammer elbow smash to an opponent that would knock the recipient senseless!' 

  It's always a pleasure to sit and talk with Roger. I can spend hours and hours reading newspaper clips but to talk to a fan that was there, you can really feel the excitement of that era, and brings it alive. The biggest compliment I could pay The Crown Jewel is that it does a great job of that; it really conveys the time and the atmosphere around the NWA and pro wrestling in general. 

  We loved the book! I am on my 3rd go round it's so much fun. You can really tell Dick loves what he does, just spend a few minutes at the Gateway and it's wholly evident. In a fine spotlight on the book  Dick Bourne’s new wrestling book is a ‘Crown Jewel’  I thought the author himself summed it up perfectly.

'Our website is all about the positive, about reliving and sharing good memories,” says Bourne. 'We don’t get into any of the backstage drama. We like to try and present the history of the territory just as it was presented to us back then on television and in the arenas. It’s like back in the days when people passed along folk tales from generation to generation; we want to pass along these great stories told decades ago so that new generations of wrestling fans will know them, too, and those great names will never be forgotten.'

We feel the same way 

  Pick up this great book though the Gateway Bookstore   👍👍

-AC


Alexandra Studio Wrestling Photos

 Some of the Alexandra Studio's wrestling photos used to be online but seem to have vanished. It's a shame they are mostly hidden from the fans. I'm not sure how many there are, hundreds at least, thousands maybe. The Turofsky brothers started their studio back around 1911, and when wrestling hit big in 1929 they would cover the action through to their deaths in the late 50s. Michael Burns who worked with the brothers would continue with the studio. These are some in the .com collection.

Top Row 
Ivan Kalmikoff vs Don Lee 1955
Whipper & Phil Lawson 1942 Lawson known for his unorthodox training! 
Whipper unmasking Masked Marvel w/Jack Dempsey 1949
Thesz vs Great Togo 1954

Layton vs Kalmikoff 1955
Whipper vs Hutton 1958
Whipper vs Don Leo 1960
Bill & Ed Miller 1957

Thesz with the Press vs Hutton 1957
Bobo Brazil vs Ed Miller 1957 
Bill Miller behind the fence 1957 Think that's Bill
Gene Kiniski orating after his suspension 1957

Kowalski vs Schmidt 1953  The fans hated Kowalski less on that night
Sam Steamboat with the Thesz Press vs Don Leo 1960
Whipper with the Commando on Buddy Rogers 1956
Tolos Bros vs Mighty Jumbo (and Yukon Eric) 1960 

-AC





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The Complete History 1978-1984
Andrew Calvert with design and layout by Dick Bourne 
Softcover black & white 6x9 126 pages
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The Big Event 1986


   It re-wrote the record books in what became known as The Big Event, the WWF Exhibition Stadium card on Aug 28 1986. Originally announced as part of that summer's Grandstand Series during the annual CNE activities, the show would thrust Toronto into the world's wrestling spotlight once again.

HULK HOGAN/SPANKY SPANGLER SPECTACULARS SET FOR CNE
A world-title wrestling bout featuring World Wrestling Federation champion Hulk Hogan and truck-and-motorcycle daredevil spectacular. starring Spanky Spangler, Danny "Fireball" Reed and Robbie Knievel will fill the remaining two dates of this summer's CNE's grandstand lineup. The concert season also includes comedian Bill Cosby, and rock stars Van Halen, Elton John, Psychedelic Furs, Stevie Nicks and Whitney Houston (*also Genesis, AC/DC, Judas Priest). The Aug. 28 Hulkamania show pits Hogan against an un-named opponent for the world title. Tickets will go on sale soon.
Jul 15 1986 Star

By this time Toronto was deep into it's Hulkamania era. It was only a few years removed from Flair soaking in the fans cheers on the ramp, or Jimmy Valiant (the Mid-Atlantic era's Hogan) raising the roof as he hit the ring. As many of the old-time fans started to move away there were thousands of new ones. Kids were now a big part of the equation and were filling up MLG (along with their parents and family) again. 



TICKETS WILL COST YOU AN ARM AND LEG
You want Ticket Traumas!! I'll give you traumas!! Thursday's Hulkamania show al Exhibition Stadium is gonna be the bloodiest, baddest, bone-crunchingest and BIGGEST wrestling event in North American history. Bigger than Van Halen. Bigger than ,Judas Priest. Bigger than Elton John, The BIGGEST event in this year's CNW Grandstand series!! Don't take my word for it. The World Wrestling Federation says this show will make the record books. Already 42,000 tickets have been sold. They're going for 65,000. Toronto's a wrestling town. WWF president Jack Tunney lives here. He's been running successful matches in Maple Leaf Gardens since 1956. (*Not sure how they came up with that number, Jack in the office as early as 1951-52 and took over officially in 1983)
Aug 20 1986 Star

The papers too were now filled with stories on Hogan, the Rougeaus, Randy Savage, and the rest of the WWF cast. In the M-A era we were lucky to get the ad and the results and an occasional article. Now they were devoting multi page spreads in the dailies  and crossing over into the Entertainment sections. Even the Star entertainment guy Peter Goddard got on the bandwagon, kicking off his day-after column with 'I don't take wrestling seriously' no less. An article at the beginning of the year had CHCH (home of the local wrestling TV show) VP Gary Buss proclaiming 'I've never seen anything like it! Maybe five years ago you'd use wrestling as a throw-in. A client would say 'Oh, God, don't give me that unless it's free.' Now you look at it as a legitimate package. It's show-business.'

The last time Jack had ran Exhibition Stadium it was the summer of 1983 and wrestling was in a downturn again. They were a huge success at the time. Cards 2 weeks apart and anywhere from 30-45,000 people total depending on source. The Night of Champions, and Return of Champions were the biggest cards (as far as bouts/titles) ever held here to that time. If the first one actually had 19,000 or more it would have been the record for the city to that point. The Gardens was packed to the rafters at a bit over 18,000. 
We looked at the '83 Exhibition Stadium cards as part of a broader look at  Open Air Wrestling in Toronto

Fast forward 3 years and the stage was set again. This time at the height of wrestling's popularity in the city in recent years. Jack staged it as a partnership with CPI and the Ex and to say it was a huge success would be a massive understatement. When all was said and done attendance was variously reported from 61-71,000 fans. A souvenir seller said business was better than at rock concerts. Available: 12$ Hulk t-shirts, 6$ posters, 3$ programs, and buttons, cups, and the rest of the WWF merchandise machine. Seats were 20$ for ringside down to 8$ for 'seats close to Mississauga.' 

RECORD 65,000 HOLLER FOR HULK
You had to be there. History was made in Metro last night, a large hammerlock on the sweatier chapter of our  book of records, hundreds of blows for mankind against the forces of evil and; most important, a welcome black mark (nearly $100,000) on the profit ledger of the Canadian National Exhibition. Forget rock concerts, country singers, killer trucks or the midway if you're talking rebirth of the Ex. Last night It was wrestling. Wrestling with a capital W. It was the Hulkster, Adrian Adonis, the Killer Bees and that damn Jake The Snake Roberts, everyone you've cheered or cursed on all those endless TV matches. Before it was over, 65,000, the largest crowd in the history of the sport (er, entertainment, er, exhibition) travelled, fought and bought their way into a chilly Exhibition Place to set a world attendance record for a single card and a near record for the largest grandstand show in the history of the creaky old Ex. 
Aug 29 1986 Star

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Bill Stockwell, GM of the Ex said 'There's been bigger crowds here but nothing like this. This is unique.' The Ex was in a bit of a decline in attendance that year, but all was forgotten that night. 'They say there's nothing new at the Ex and I say to them, let them beat this one.' Profit was based on ticket sales, said to be a minimum $75-100k plus a large peripheral gain including parking and concessions. 

It added that Stockwell had come up with the idea two years before, when visiting the Texas State Fair. 'Put it together I said, and this result is tonight.' 

The Globe mentioned that 'The Toronto crowd, described by the promoters as a world record size for watching a professional wrestling match, surpassed a crowd of 52,000 in 1980 at Shea Stadium in New York.' Shea had held the acknowledged (pro wrestling version) record to that point but was in actuality considerably less. The Big Event would hold the title for just a year, until Wrestlemania III shattered it, with 93,000 proclaimed. The Globe also added that Ricky Steamboat had said that although wrestlers lose a great deal of money with the exchange rate when they wrestle in Canada, 'Toronto is my second home.' Steamboat a big favorite here in the M-A era. 

We would later break our own record with 67,000+ at the Skydome in 1990 for Wrestlemania VI, and then again in the early 2000's. That's a lot of wrestling fans! 





It wasn't all happy Hulkamaniacs though, a ticket snafu left some fans fuming. 

ANGRY FANS PROMISED REFUNDS AFTER TICKETS PRINTED IN ERROR
Concert Productions International says it will refund money to the hundreds of wrestling fans who were involved in last night's ticket mixup. Many wrestling fanatics showed up at Exhibition Stadium to find their choice floor seats didn't exist. Others couldn't see the ring be­ cause the seat less people were told to huddle in aisles. CPI spokesman Barbara Hoffman said late last night tickets were printed by mistake after a worker didn't consult the seating plan carefully. She said she didn't know exactly how many wrong tickets were sold. 'But people involved in the problem will be given a full refund,' she said. Details on how to collect refunds will be announced once CPI decides which tickets are eligible for rebate, she said. Paul Bernard, 16, paid $21.40 for his floor seat and came from Mississauga to see the Hulkster. He waited "several hours" to get seventh-row ringside seats  when tickets went on sale a month ago, he said. "What a joke," Bernard said. "They tell me I'm part of wrestling history. I tell you I got no seat and I gave up a night for this when I could have been at the cottage." He left after only three matches because he couldn't see kneeling in an aisle.
Aug 29 Star



The Toronto Fire department was also on hand to make sure it met fire safety standards. It did. The Stadium had come under scrutiny the summer before when Bruce Springsteen packed 69,000 in - twice. Under the regulations, capacity was only 54,331. After some investigation they decided that the jurisdiction did not extend to the field area of an open stadium because in the case of a fire it is considered a safe area. 

They were already speaking about doing it again the following year. Stockwell:  'Are you kidding? This is big big bucks we're talking about, serious money. The demand is growing for this sort of thing and of course we'll bring it back.'




HERE ARE RESULTS OF LAST NIGHT'S BOUTS
For the record, here are the results of last night's wrestling match at the Canadian National Exhibition:

...Orndorff wears the Hulk's championship belt, but it was a short lived honor: the referee disqualified Orndorff and gave the wrestling crown back to the rightful owner, Hulk Hogan. 

Bout one
The Killer Bees faced the dreaded Funk Brothers of Texas and looked like early losers - until they left the ring to don masks and newfound power. Even though the Funks threw them out of the  ring, the Bees stung back for victory, much to the delight of the pro-Bee crowd.
Bout two
King Tonga and the Magnificent Muraco engaged in a singles grudge match, but time ran out be fore it could be decided once and forever. Muraco had Tonga on the ropes but the bell preserved the draw. The crowd was demanding a crown for Tonga.
Bout three
It was billed as the battle of the strong men, but the crowd was slightly upset when Tony (Mr. USA) Atlas was a late scratch. Still, Ted Arcidi had little trouble hammering fill-in bodybuilder Tony Gramm with a series of crushing blows as the fans roared their approval.
Bout four
In one of the big matches of the night, the ever popular Junkyard Dog defeated the hated Adrian Adonis, a man who admits he marches to a different drummer. The bout was decided when the Dog threw Adonis outside the ring and into the face of his manager, The Mouth of The South. Adonis, despite his flowing blonde locks and supply of flowers, could not climb back into the ring. Neither could his manager.
Bout five
Evil Iron Mike Sharpe of Hamilton failed to spark against Dick (The Rebel) Slater, who. finished him off with a suplex from the upper rung of the ropes.
Bout six
It was billed as one of the biggest. tag-team matches of the century but  the  result  appalled the  huge
crowd. The Machines (one of whom is rumored to be the banned Andre The Giant) destroyed the dreaded Big John Studd and King Kong Bundy, but they were disqualified after the Machines manager, Captain Lou Albino, leaped into the ring to help his team. Studd and Bundy were awarded the win as the crowd cursed and manager Bobby (The-Brain) Heenan laughed.
Bout seven
In  one  of  the  night's  other big matches, Ricky (The Dragon) Steamboat  destroyed  the  hated Jake (The Snake) Roberts in a death-match. Roberts was hindered, however, because he wasn't allowed to use his snake because of objections from  the  Toronto Humane Society.
Bout eight
Bllly Jack Haines, a comer from, the West Coast, defeated Hercules Hernandez with a drop-kick to the throat as the crowd thundered it's approval.
Bout nine
This one had the crowd up for a standing ovation as the Canadian Rougeau Brothers (Jacques and Raymond) battled to a victory over Greg (The Hammer) Valentine and Brutus Beefcake in a bitter tag-team match. Jacques was so excited after Valentine an Beefcake were finally subdued that he  plucked  a  Canadian flag from a fan and waved it over his head.
Bout ten
To no one's surprise Handsome Harley Race made mincemeat out of Pedro Morales as the trend of good over evil continued.
-Aug 29 1986 Star


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Excerpt 'From Nanjo to The Sheik: Tales from Toronto Wrestling'

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From Nanjo to The Sheik: Tales from Toronto Wrestling 
Chapter: Have No Fear Kiniski Is Here 
Begins p 83 and ends p 85
Picks up with the Kiniski-Whipper feud in full swing 1957.

 ....That would set the feud in motion with Kiniski & Whipper going to battle on the next card and later with a wire fence bout (early type cage match). Dick Hutton would side with Kiniski and draw himself into the bouts and team with Kiniski against Whipper and Yukon Eric on a subsequent card as well as interfere in each other’s bouts.

The Fence match on Jan 24 ended in a wild finish with Kiniski and second Hutton going after Whip and ref Jersey Joe Walcott who was again part of the action. Kiniski had previously tried to interfere in the Hutton-Dick Beyer bout earlier in the night before being ejected by ref Bunny Dunlop.

A bout at East York Arena between Watson and Hutton the following week led to another incident involving Kiniski. In front of a standing room only crowd of 2,500 with 1000 turned away, Watson beat Hutton to win the $1000 check that Hutton had been offering to anyone who could beat him within 20 minutes. Whipper would be the first in Toronto to beat Hutton but after the bout Kiniski jumped in and tore up the check. Then he and Hutton attacked ref Dunlop. Gene would also spend much of the bout inciting the fans who were now picking up chairs and swinging them over their heads.

The chairs started flying and Joe Perlove reported that Gene had to be 'the gamest and no doubt the craziest character in history - to pull that stuff in the Whipper's backyard.' Whipper of course lived in the area and was known as the Pride of East York. The riot ensued and Kiniski and Hutton were said to be 'fielding them (flying chairs) in the best Mickey Mantle style.' Dunlop and announcer Jerry Hiff escaped while the Miller Brothers Ed and Bill came out to aid police and ushers in restoring order. Both Kiniski and Hutton were cut and left bloody by the chairs they couldn't 'field.' This led to Kiniski being given a $500 fine by the OAC, said to be the steepest penalty handed down at the time. Kiniski was also given a 4 week suspension from wrestling in Metro Toronto.

Ontario Athletics Commissioner Merv McKenzie was also said to have curtailed the license of Tunney to promote at the East York Arena for 6 months. It was all likely legit as Tunney didn't return to East York until Oct 1957, though they only used it when the Gardens was not available. Les Lyman and others mostly ran the smaller Arena in that era. Tunney admitted fault saying 'I'm not apologizing for Kiniski. He was way out of line in engineering the rumpus. However we erred by not having the chairs anchored to the floor as required by the rules.'

World champ Kiniski on the mat with Carpentier MLG 1966

In a Milt Dunnell column in March 1957 he mentioned that Gene's admirers 'both of them -will welcome him back to the Gardens tonight.' 

Dunnell goes on to call Kiniski 'the hottest box-office item in Canadian sports, and that’s not excluding national heroes such as Jean Beliveau and Rocket Richard.' Kiniski himself brags 'Over in Buffalo they're gonna give me a pair of golden trunks for drawing more than 100,000 people to 10 wrestling shows. Those people who write to me may say I'm a jerk, but the bank manager addresses me as 'Mister.'



He was making money in Toronto too. The first 4 main events he was in drew more than 48,000 fans. He was the anti Whipper Watson and the crowds came out to see him. A note in 1965 quoted Kiniski as saying his best year (to date) was making $89,000 in 1957. It attributed his success not to gimmicks, trick holds, weird get-ups, or racial exploitation' (but that) 'In the ring he is simply a miserable so-and-so.'

After serving out his 4 week suspension he was back for the long awaited main event against Watson which ended with both wrestlers counted out while brawling on the floor. Kiniski had attacked Watson before he could enter the ring, Watson heaved Gene over the ropes and onto the announcers table. When Gene got back in Whip again heaved him out the other side. Ref Dunlop hadn't even made it to the ring yet. When announcer Jerry Hiff came in to make the introductions, Kiniski grew impatient with the pace and again ran at Watson who sidestepped and Kiniski flew between the ropes. He stamped up the corridor and waved his arms as if to say 'Get somebody else!' When he finally returned the two brawled it out for another 17 minutes. In the paper the next day it said that while the bout lasted 17 minutes Kiniski 'found a way to brawl through half an hour.'

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Oshawa Results 1929-1993



OSHAWA, ON 1929 - 1993
Started by Mickailoff not long after the start of weekly cards in Toronto in 1929. Pat Milosh took over in 1947 at the age of 21 and ran it to his exit in 1992. It was a satellite town to Toronto but had it's own angles and feuds as the other towns did. Locals including Jimmy Szikszay, Sandor Kovacs, and Bowmanville Sports Hall of Fame's Billy Stack were big with the area fans.  Based out of Oshawa with a small circuit of neighboring towns, Milosh ran as far as Peterborough and Cobourg some seasons. 
The Oshawa history can be found on the site here Oshawa Wrestling History
-AC

*Some gaps due to missing microfilm. Sourced from Oshawa Library, and Whitby, Peterbrough, Port Perry, & Cobourg Libraries.
 
29/10/17 Oshawa, ON Armories - First Pro Card in Oshawa
Stanislaus Sbyszko W Archie Jeanuette 2/3
Renato Gardini W Charlie Manogan
Cowboy Rogers D Wild Irishman Ned McCarr
 
29/10/24 Oshawa, ON Armories
Renato Gardini W Wild Irishman Ned McCarr 2/3
MIke Nazarian D Charlie Manoogra
Ref: Jack Forbes
 
29/11/03 Oshawa, ON Armories
Renato Gardini W Young Goth 2/3
Jack Fox W Joe Vargan (match was called a draw, but they went at it again for 15 monutes with Fox winning)
120-lb Exhibition Joe vs Alex (each playing 'Strangler Lewis & Gus Sonnenburg")
Ref: Jack Forbes
 
1935
 

35/10/25 Oshawa, ON Armouries Att:800
'Buffalo Bill' Caughnawaga W Frankie Hart 2/3
Joe Catelmach W Walter Parnell 2/3
Ref: Larry Labell
*Parnell billed as Oshawa's favorite bad man 
*One of the largest crowds to see a wrestling show locally
 
1937
 
37/05/20 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Armouries
Ivan Rasputin vs Mike Chacoma
Maurice Chapelle vs Doug Marcel
Bill Hanley vs Jim Wilkins
 
1940
 

40/07/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Flash vs Tiger Tasker
Johnny Demchuk vs Whipper Billy Watson
Joe Donevan vs Pete Masymiuk
Card is cancelled due to wrestlers not being admitted to Canada
 
1946
 
Promoter Oshawa Wrestling Club – Appears Jimmy Szikszay was in charge
46/06/?? Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Al ‘Bunny’ Dunlop W Billy Stack
This bout was referred to in a later article
 
46/07/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Al ‘Bunny’ Dunlop W Billy Stack
Jim Szikszay D Max Von Bruckner
Frank Keleman W Frank Humphry
 
46/07/23 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Jimmy Szikszay W Max Von Bruckner
Michael O’Toole W Don Bain
Frank Keleman W Farmer Brown
 
46/08/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Jimmy Szikszay//Michael O’Toole W Farmer Brown/Max Von Bruckner
Frank Humphrey W Orville Swift
Pat Milosh D Ted Connors
 
46/08/20 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Jimmy Szikszay/Michael O’Toole N/C Farmer Brown/John Geroffey
Jimmy Allen W Jack Edgar
Pat Milosh D Max Hurley
 
46/09/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season
Black Mask D Al Dunlop
Jimmy Szikszay W John Geroffey
Pat Milosh W Max Hurley
 
1947
 
Promoters Ted McKinley, Pat Farrell
47/05/22 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season (Att: 500)
Harvey Stanfield W Jim Allen
Ernie Hughson W Pat Milosh
Red Garner W Ted McKinley
Battle Royale with all 6 – Stanfield & Allen last two go to main event
 
47/05/29 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Garner W Jim Allen
Harvey Stanfield W Ted McKinley
Ted Swift W Pat Milosh
 
47/06/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Garner W Harvey Stanfield
Pete Pernolis W Ernie Hughson
Pat Milosh W/forfeit Earl Grant 
bout stopped after Milosh flipped Grant dis-locating his arm, Grant could not continue
 
47/06/12 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Garner NC Harvey Stanfield
Pat Milosh W Spider Shackleton
Ted McKinley W Ernie Hughson
*Riot breaks out after main event
*Last show for Promoter McKinley?
 
Promoter Pat Milosh
47/08/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show promoted by Pat Milosh (Att; 1000)
Ben Sharpe W John Katan
Pat Flanagan D Jan Gotch
Billy Stack W Bulldog Drummond
 
47/08/28 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bunny Dunlop W/COR Sandor Kovacs
Billy Stack W/DQ Joe Kayone
Jimmy Szikszay W Bob Carson
Peter Settler-Marsh W Vince Langley
Frank Ketome W Walter Allen
 
1948
 
48/05/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season
Wee Willie Davis W Earl McCready
Dr Ed Meske W Jack Moore
Tommy O’Toole D Jack Page
 
48/05/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lou Thesz W Sky Hi Lee
Pat Flanagan W Jan Gotch
Billy Stack W Bulldog Drummond
 
48/05/18 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel W Pat Flanagan
Earl McCready W Sky Hi Lee
Billy Stack W/DQ Jan Gotch
 
48/05/22 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Mike Sharpe W John Katan
Ben Sharpe W Tiger Tasker
Billy Stack W Al Korman
 
48/06/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel W Mike Sharpe
Colonel Pete Peterson W Jack Moore
Pat Flanagan W Tiger Tasker
 
48/07/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 1000)
World Title: Bill Longson W Earl McCready
The Masked Marvel W Colonel Pete Peterson
Nanjo Singh W Red Simms
 
48/07/12 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson W Colonel Pete Peterson
Wladyslaw Talun W Jan Gotch
Billy Stack D Pat Flanagan
 
48/07/19 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Wladslaw Talun W Jim Henry
Dan O’Connor W Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack D Jan Gotch
 
48/07/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Wladslaw Talun W Dan O’Connor
Mike Sharpe W Jack Moore
Ben Sharpe D Billy Stack
 
48/08/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Wladslaw Talun W Dan O’Connor
Mike Sharpe W Jim Henry
Ben Sharpe W Billy Stack
 
48/08/16 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Mike Sharpe W Wladslaw Talun
The Masked Marvel W Pat Flanagan
Bob Wagner W Tom Collins
 
48/08/23 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson W Dan O’Connor
Pat Flanagan W/DQ Lee Henning
Dr Ed Meske D Jack Moore
 
48/08/30 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel W Wladslaw Talun
Pat Flanagan D Ben Sharpe
Nanjo Singh W Jack Moore
 
48/09/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season
Nanjo Singh vs The Masked Marvel
Ben Sharpe vs Bob Wagner
Jimmy Szikszay vs John Katan
 
1949
 
49/04/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season
Whipper Watson W Billy Hanson
Tom Collins W/DQ Bulldog Drummond
Wee Willie Davis D Ray Villmer
*Mayor Michael Star opens the season
 
49/05/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson vs Toar Morgan
Pat Flanagan vs The Cardiff Giant
Billy Stack vs Bulldog Drummond
 
49/05/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Sandor Szabo W The Cardiff Giant
Pat Flanagan D Tom Collins
Billy Stack W Frank Valois
 
49/05/24 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Wladslaw Talun
Billy Stack W Prince Mike Mihalakis
Farmer Jacob Brown D Frank Kelemen
 
49/05/31 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Billy Hanson
Wee Willie Davis W Art Brady
Billy Stack N/C Pat Flanagan
*Stack refuses win after accidental low blow
 
49/06/07 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins (B-E Champ)/Wee Willie Davis W Pat Flanagan/Billy Hanson
Billy Stack W Al Korman
Jimmy Szikszay D Art Brady
 
49/06/14 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Pat Flanagan/Billy Hanson W Fred Atkins/Wee Willie Davis
Mike Sharpe W Frank Hewitt
Billy Stack W Tom Collins
 
49/06/21 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Wee Wille Davis W Mike Sharpe
Ben Sharpe W Herb larsen
Billy Stack W Frank Hewitt
 
49/06/28 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson W Sky Hi Lee
Frank Hewitt W Pat Flanagan
Dan O’Connor D Billy Hansen
 
49/07/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Sky Hi Lee W Billy Stack
Al Lovelock D Pat Flanagan
Dan O’Connor D Herb Larsen
 
49/07/12 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Handicap Bout: Sky Hi Lee W Pat Flanagan/Billy Stack
Billy Hanson W The Cardiff Giant
Herb Larsen D Bulldog Drummond
 
49/07/19 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Handicap Bout: Pat Flanagan/Billy Stack W Sky Hi Lee
Billy Hanson D Tom Rice
Herb Larsen D Abe Zvonkin
 
49/07/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Demon/Sky Hi Lee W Billy Stack/Pat Flanagan
Billy Hanson W Abe Zvonkin
Al Korman W Jimmy Szikszay
 
49/08/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Demon W Billy Stack
Dan O’Connor D Billy Hanson
Tom Collins W/DQ The Cardiff Giant
 
49/08/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Demon W Billy Stack
Pat Flanagan W/DQ Tom Rice
Tom Collins D Abe Zvonkin
 
49/08/16 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Red Demon W Pat Flanagan
Exhibition Bout Midgets: Major Tom vs Pierre Raymond
Billy Stack W Abe Zvonkin
 
49/08/23 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Billy Stack W Red Demon (Demon unmasked as Red O’Malley)
Ben Sharpe DKO Pat Flanagan (neither could answer a count in the ring)
Mike Sharpe W Dan O’Connor
 
49/08/27 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season in Oshawa (Att 1400)
Fred Atkins W/COR Mike Sharpe
Sky Hi Lee D Tarzan Kowalski
Billy Stack W Al Korman
 
49/09/06 Bowmanville, ON Arena (Att 800) First show in Bowmanville
Whipper Watson W/CNC Billy Stack
Red O'Malley W/DQ Tug Carson
Pat Flanagan W Bulldog Drummond
 
49/09/13 Bowmanville, ON Arena (Att 700)
Whipper Watson W 2/3 Red O'Malley
Seelie Samara W/CNC Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack W/DQ Tugboat Carlson
 
49/10/06 Bowmanville, ON Arena
Seelie Samara W Hardboiled Hannigan
MIke Sharpe W Angeo Cistoldi
Billy Stack D Baron Leone
 
49/10/11 Bowmanville, ON Arena
Fred Atkins W Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack W Dan O'Connor (sub for Tiger Tasker)
Dan O'Connor W Toar Morgan
 
1950
 
50/04/25 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season
Yukon Eric W Wee Willie Davis
Lord Albert Mills W Bobby Nelson
Pat Flanagan D Joe Christie
 
50/05/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 1500)
Yukon Eric W Jim ‘Goon’ Henry
Warren Bockwinkel D ‘Strangler’ Bob Wagner
Pat Flanagan W Al ‘Crusher’ Korman
 
50/05/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Yukon Eric
Kaye Bell W Pat Flanagan
Ali The Turk W Al Korman
 
50/05/16 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Billy Stack
Earl McCready (sub for Jack Wentworth) W Ray Villmer
Kay Bell W Bobby Nelson
 
50/05/24 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Billy Stack vs Kay Bell
Pat Flanagan vs Ray Villmer
Johnny Barend vs Bob Wagner
 
50/05/30 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Billy Stack
Johnny Barend D Jim Henry
Mickey Gold D Roy McLarity
 
50/06/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Wee Willie Davis (sub for Ray Villmer)
Warren Bockwinkel W/DQ Wee Willie Davis
Pat Flanagan W Toar Morgan
 
50/06/13 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Ray Villmer
Pat Flanagan D Mickey Gold
Billy Stack W Bob Wagner
 
50/06/20 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric W Fred Atkins
Earl McCready W/DQ Sky Hi-Lee
The Unknown W Pat Flanagan
 
50/06/27 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson W Sky Hi-Lee
Wee Willie Davis D Ray Villmer
The Unknown W Toar Morgan
 
50/07/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson/Billy Stack W Wee Willie Davis/Sky Hi-Lee
Warren Bockwinkel W Roy McLarity
The Unknown W Jimmy Szikszay (sub for Mickey Gold)
 
50/07/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Sky Hi Lee/The Unknown W Whipper Watson/Billy Stack
Pat Flanagan W Toar Morgan
Jimmy Szikszay D Jack Paulos
 
50/07/18 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Unknown W Billy Stack
Seelie Samara W Al Korman
Seelie Samara W Jack Paulos
 
50/07/25 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Unknown W Billy Stack
Ray Villmer W Jim Henry
Warren Bockwinkel W Toar Morgan
 
50/08/01 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel/The Unknown W Billy Stack/Ray Villmer
Pat Flanagan W Jack Moore
Jim Henry W Frank Schofro
 
50/08/08 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel/The Unknown W Billy Stack/Ray Villmer - Special Referee ‘Strangler’ Ed Lewis
Seelie Samara W Jack Moore
Warren Bockwinkel W Frank Schofro
 
50/08/15 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel/The Unknown W Billy Stack/Ray Villmer
Jim Henry D Taor Morgan
Pat Flanagan W George Pitkeatly
 
50/08/22 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel D Yukon Eric
Pat Flanagan W Warren Bockwinkel
Seelie Samara D Wee Willie Davis
 
50/08/29 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel/The Unknown D Ray Villmer/Pat Flanagan
Wee Willie Davis W Steve Stanlee
Johnny Barend D Jack Moore
 
50/09/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel W The Unknown (Unmasked as Abe Zvonkin)
Timothy Geohagen (acc. By Strangler Ed Lewis) W Warren Bockwinkel
Pat Flanagan D Lee Henning
 
50/09/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Masked Marvel/Wee Willie Davis W Ray Villmer/Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack W Seelie Samara
Warren Bockwinkel W/DQ Jack Moore
 
50/09/13 Bowmanville, ON Memorial Arena (Att:1000)
Yukon Eric W/DQ Lee Henning
Abe Zvonkin W/DQ Ray Gunkel
Timothy Geohagen W Joe Devalteau
 
50/09/20 Bowmanville, ON Memorial Arena – Last show of season
Timothy Geohagen W Fred Atkins
Billy Stack W Joe Devalteau
Ray Gunkel D Lee Henning
 
1951
 
51/05/01 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season
Suni War Cloud W Sky Hi Lee
Pat Flanagan D/DQ Lee Henning
Jack Wentworth D ‘Irish’ Tom Collins
 
51/05/08 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Fred Atkins W Suni War Cloud
Sonny Kurgis W Abe Zvonkin
Pat Flanagan W Tommy Toole
 
51/05/15 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
B-E Title: Whipper Watson W Fred Atkins
The Masked Marvel W Jim Kurgis
Leo Sjonberg D Nattie Brown
 
51/05/22 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson D Yukon Eric
Billy Stack W/DQ Sky Hi Lee
Lee Henning D Earl McCready
 
51/05/29 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric W Fred Atkins
Sky Hi Lee D Earl McCready
Jimmy Szikszay W Jack Wentworth
 
51/06/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Handicap Bout: Fred Atkins/Sky Hi Lee W Yukon Eric
Lee Henning D Sonny Kurgis
Jimmy Szikszay W Jack Wentworth
 
51/06/12 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Pat Flanagan/Yukon Eric W Sky Hi Lee/Fred Atkins
Suni War Cloud D Steve Stanlee
Sonny Kurgis W Jack Wentworth
Lord Layton appears, issues open challenge
 
51/06/19 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton W Sky Hi Lee
Tommy O’Toole D Ben Sharpe
Fred Atkins D Mike Sharpe
 
51/06/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton W Fred Atkins
Mike Sharpe W/DQ Lee henning
Ben Sharpe D Dan O’Connor
 
51/07/03 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton vs Yukon Eric
Suni War Cloud vs Nanjo Singh
Pat Flanagan vs Tommy O’Toole
 
51/07/10 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
B-E Title: Whipper Watson vs Lord Layton
Billy Stack vs Fred Atkins
Tarzan Zorra vs George Scott
 
51/07/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
B-E Title: Whipper Watson W Lord Layton
The Zebra W Sonny Kurgis
Tommy O’Toole D Lou Sjoberg
 
51/07/24 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Zebra W Yukon Eric
Mike Sharpe D The Masked Marvel
Pat Flanagan W Masked Manager
 
51/07/31 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson vs The Zebra
Suni War Cloud vs Tommy O’Toole
George Scott vs Sonny Kurgis
 
51/08/07 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric vs The Zebra
Fred Atkins vs The Masked Marvel
Pat Flanagan vs Masked Manager
 
51/08/14 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson vs The Zebra
Suni War Cloud vs Sky Hi Lee
Pat Flanagan vs Mr America
 
51/08/21 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan vs The Zebra/Sky Hi Lee
Fred Atkins vs Lou Sjoberg
Mr America vs Tarzan Zorra
 
51/08/28 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan vs The Zebra/Sky Hi Lee
Billy Stack vs The Masked Marvel
Tommy O’Toole vs Lou Sjoberg
 
51/09/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan vs The Zebra/Sky Hi Lee
The Masked Marvel vs Suni War Cloud
Tommy O’Toole vs Sonny Kurgis
 
51/09/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season
B-E Title: Whipper Watson W Lord Layton
Pat Flanagan/Timothy Geohagen vs Fred Atkins/Tommy O’Toole
Lou Sjoberg vs Billy Stack
 
1952
 
52/04/29 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season
Bobo Brazil W Fred Atkins
Pat Flanagan W Ray Clark
Jim Wright W Tarzan Zorra
 
52/05/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil W Jim Wright
Fred Atkins W Warren Bockwinkel
Pat Flanagan W Cheero Aztack
 
52/05/13 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Billy Stack D Fred Atkins
Wladyslaw Talun W Wee Willie Davis
Hans Hermann W Warren Bockwinkel
 
52/05/20 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil W/DQ Hans Hermann
Wee Willie Davis W Tarzan Zorra
Cheero Aztack W Herb Larsen
 
52/05/27 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Hans Hermann W Bobo Brazil
Warren Bockwinkel D Wee Willie Davis
Sandor Kovacs W Cheero Aztack
 
52/06/03 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil W Hans Hermann – Special Referee Jack Dempsey
Wee Willie Davis W/DQ Sandor Kovacs
Pat Flanagan DCOR Jim Wright
 
52/06/10 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric W Wee Willie Davis
Sandor Kovacs D Abe Zvonkin
Warren Bockwinkel W Cheero Aztack
 
52/06/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Hans Hermann W/DQ Whipper Watson
Warren Bockwinkel D Ray Villmer
Pat Flanagan W Abe Zvonkin
 
52/06/24 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Hans Hermann W Whipper Watson
Ray Villmer D Jim Wright
Sonny Kurgis W Cheero Aztack
 
52/07/01 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Handicap Bout: Hans Hermann W/DQ Billy Stack/Sandor Kovacs
Jim Wright W Toar Morgan
George Scott D Tiger Tasker
 
52/07/08 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton W/DQ Bobo Brazil
Sonny Kurgis W Abe Zvonkin
Sandor Kovacs D Fred Atkins
 
52/07/15 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil D Fred Atkins – 60 minute draw
Ray Villmer D Wee Willie Davis
Warren Bockwinkel W/DQ Roberto Pico
 
52/07/22 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 500)
Fred Atkins/Roberto Pico W Pat Flanagan/Bobo Brazil
Billy Stack W Abe Zvonkin
Dave Simms D Tiger Tasker
*Fans riot after main event, attack ref Joe Golub (former boxer)
then wait outside the arena and try to attack him again, is the beginning
of a ‘Ref Heel run’ that continues on in the season
 
52/07/29 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Pat Flanagan/Bobo Brazil DCOR Fred Atkins/Roberto Pico
Sandor Kovacs D Lee Henning
Sonny Kurgis W Tiger Tasker
 
52/08/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Att; 2000
Fred Atkins/Roberto Pico W Pat Flanagan/Bobo Brazil
Billy Stack W Hans Hermann
Sonny Kurgis D Lee Henning
 
52/08/12 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil/Billy Stack W Roberto Pico/Hans Hermann
The Masked Marvel W Warren Bockwinkel
Sonny Kurgis D Jim Wright
 
52/08/19 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson/Bobo Brazil vs Roberto Pico/Hans Hermann
George Scott vs Dan O’Connor
Sandor Kovacs vs Wee Willie Davis
 
52/08/22 Bowmanville, ON High School Grounds
Bobo Brazil vs Wee Willie Davis
Additional bouts
 
52/08/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Att: 2000
Roberto Pico/Hans Hermann W Whipper Watson/Bobo Brazil
Billy Stack W Jim Wright
Sandor Kovacs vs Wee Willie Davis
 
52/09/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson/Bobo Brazil W Roberto Pico/Hans Hermann
Dan O’Connor D George Scott
Sandor Kovacs W Wee Willie Davis
 
52/09/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton W Roberto Pico
Ray Villmer D The Masked Marvel
Johnny Barend W Tarzan Zorro
 
52/09/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil W Roberto Pico
Billy Stack W/DQ Wee Willie Davis
Lee Henning W George Scott
 
52/09/25 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric/Johnny Barend W/COR The Masked Marvel/Bobo Brazil
*Brazil agrees to sub for Lee Henning if Marvel obeys rules, Marvel turns on Bobo
Billy Stack W Lou Pitoscia
George Scott W Tiger Tasker
 
52/09/30 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bobo Brazil/Yukon Eric W Fred Atkins/Wee Willie Davis
Sonny Kurgis D Tiger Tasker
Ray Villmer W Lee Henning
 
52/10/07 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Ray Villmer/Yukon Eric W Fred Atkins/Wee Willie Davis
Tiger Tasker D Tom Collins
Johnny Barend W Johnny Moochie
 
52/10/14 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season
Canadian Tag Title; Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan W Lord Layton/Fred Atkins
Billy Stack D Wee Willie Davis
Johnny Barend W Tiger Tasker
 
1953
 
53/04/28 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – First show of season (Att: 1800)
Bob Brazil D Red Mask
Hans Hermann W Don Beitleman
Jan Gotch D Ovilia Asseline
 
53/05/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Lou Plummer/Dick Raines W Pat Flanagan/Bobo Brazil
Hans Hermann W/DQ Billy Stack
Jack Laskin D Firpo Zbysko
 
53/05/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Billy Stack W/DQ Nanjo Singh
Firpo Zbysko D Mr America
Jack Laskin WKO Jack Wentworth
 
53/05/19 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Lou Plummer/Dick Raines D Lord Layton/Lord Blears
Pat Flanagan DCOR Red Mask
Man Mountain Dean Jr W Jack Laskin
 
53/05/19 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Arena – Promoter - ? (Likely Red Garner)
Tarzan Lopez/Bull Penchoff vs Antonio Rocci/Bulldog Drummond
2 other bouts
 
53/05/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 2000)
Canadian Tag Titles: Lou Plummer/Dick Raines W Lord Layton/Lord Blears
Timothy Geohagen D Hans Hermann
Man Mountain Dean Jr W Jan Gotch
 
53/06/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 2750)
Gorgeous George D Pat Flanagan
Lord Layton D Bobo Brazil
Don Leo Jonathon W Howard Cantonwine
 
53/06/05 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Arena – Promoter - ? (Likely Red Garner)
Tarzan Lopez/Red Garner vs Antonio Rocci/Bulldog Drummond
Gori Mangotich vs Bull Penchoff
1 other bout
 
53/06/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton/Lord Blears D Pat Flanagan/Bobo Brazil
Dick Raines W Jack Laskin
Abe Zvonkin W/DQ Hans Hermann
 
53/06/16 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Lou Plummer/Dick Raines D Timothy Geohagen/Bobo Brazil
Billy Stack D Firpo Zbysko
Tom Collins W Abe Zvonkin
 
53/06/23 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
B-E Title: Whipper Watson D The Great Togo
*Watson goes berserk and cuts Togo after hitting him with a chair
Fred Atkins W Timothy Geohagen
Don Leo Jonathon W Hassen Bey
 
53/06/30 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 2500)
The Great Togo WKO Timothy Geohagen
Don Leo Jonathon W Mr Ameica
Jack Laskin W Tiger Tasker
 
53/07/07 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 3000 * Largest crowd to date in Oshawa)
The Great Togo W/DQ Whipper Watson
Bobo Brazil D Timothy Geohagen
Robert Duranton W Abe Zvonkin
 
53/07/14 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 3527 * Largest crowd to date in Oshawa)3300
Whipper Watson W The Great Togo
Robert Duranton W Firpo Zbysko
Billy Stack W Mr America
 
53/07/21 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 2000)
The Great Togo W Timothy Geohagen
Don Leo Jonathon W Man Mountain Dean Jr
Pat Flanagan W Abe Zvonkin
 
53/07/28 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Great Togo W/COR Don Leo Jonathon
Pat Flanagan W Firpo Zbysko (sub for Fred Atkins)
Billy Stack W Man Mountain Dean Jr
 
53/08/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
B-E Title: Whipper Watson W/DQ Lord Layton
Fred Atkins D Don Leo Jonathon
Jimmy Szikszay D Abe Zvonkin
 
53/08/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 2500)
Whipper Watson/Don Leo Jonathon D Fred Atkins/Lord layton
Timothy Geohagen W/DQ Nanjo Singh
Don Lewin D Dan O’Connor
 
53/08/18 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson W The Great Togo
Bobo Brazil D Don Leo Jonathon
Abe Zvonkin (sub Firpo Zbysko) D Don Lewin
 
53/08/25 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att; 3000)
Whipper Watson W/COR The Great Togo
Ilio DiPoalo W Steve Stanlee
Fred Atkins W Robert Duranton
 
53/09/01 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena (Att: 3000)
Fred Atkins W Bobo Brazil
Midgets: Tuffy McCrae/Little Beaver D Fuzzy Cupid/Sky Low Low
Pat Flanagan W Abe Zvonkin
 
53/09/08 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Al Costello (sub Lord Layton) W Timothy Geohagen
Midgets: Tuffy McCrae/Little Beaver W Fuzzy Cupid/Sky Low Low
Pat Flanagan W Al Warshaski
 
53/09/15 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season
Pat Flanagan/Timothy Geohagen vs Alan Garfield/Al Costello
Ilio DiPaolo vs Firpo Zbysko
Bob Liepler vs Abe Zvonkin
The Oshawa Arena burnt to the ground on Sept 15 1953 
cancelling this card, Milosh would start the next season at the 
Bowmanville Arena before returning to Oshawa at the outdoor Kinsmen Stadium
 
1954
 
54/05/04 Bowmanville, ON Bowmanville Arena – First show of season
Tex McKenzie vs Lee Henning
Pat Flanagan vs Mike Paidousis
Johnny Barend vs Ramon Gernades
 
54/05/11 Bowmanville, ON Bowmanville Arena
The Mighty Ursus W Hombre Montana
Ray Villmer D Johnny Barend
Pat Flanagan W Toar Morgan
 
54/05/18 Bowmanville, ON Bowmanville Arena
Tex Mckenzie W Fred Atkins
Ski Low Low/Fuzzy Cupid W Little Beaver/Carl Kruger
Ike Eakins W Lou Klein
 
54/05/25 Bowmanville, ON Bowmanville Arena
Hombre Montana W Ike Eakins
Ski Low Low/Fuzzy Cupid D Little Beaver/Tuffy McCrea
Lee Henning W/DQ Pat Flanagan
 
54/05/28 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Arena
All Mills vs Hombre Montana
Ray Villmer vs Lee Henning
Johnny Barend vs Danny O’Shocker
 
54/06/01 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Primo Carnera vs Tiny Mills
Al Mills vs Johnny Barend
Hardy Kruskamp vs Lee Henning
 
54/06/08 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att: 2000)
Pat Flanagan/Tex McKenzie W/DQ Al Mills/The Mighty Ursus – Special Referee: Joe Louis
Ray Villmer D Don Lewin
Johnny Barend D Danno O’Schocker
 
54/06/15 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Don Lewin/The Mighty Ursus W Pat Flanagan/Tex Mckenzie
Hombre Montana W/DQ Danno O’Shocker
Nick Roberts W/COR Skull Murphy
 
54/06/22 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: Whipper Watson/Tex McKenzie W Don Lewin/The Mighty Ursus
Ray Villmer W Danno O’Shocker
Billy Stack W Skull Murphy
 
54/06/29 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att; 1500)
Whipper Watson/Tex McKenzie D/DQ The Great Togo/Tosh Togo
Paul Baillargeon W Danno O’Shocker
Pat Flanagan W Johnny Barend
 
54/07/06 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Ray Villmer/Tex McKenzie W Don Lewin/The Mighty Ursus
Zebra Kid aka George Bollas (unmasked) W Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack D Joe Tomasso
 
54/07/13 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Ray Villmer W The Mighty Atlas
Tex McKenzie/Nick Roberts W Zebra Kid/The Mighty Ursus
Pat Flanagan W Joe Tomasso
 
54/07/20 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Zebra Kid/The Mighty Ursus W Ray Villmer/Timothy Geohagen
Billy Stack W/COR The Hooded Terror
Skull Murphy W Johnny Foti
 
54/08/03 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att; 1500)
The Great Togo W/COR Whipper Watson
Pat Flanagan DDQ Tosh Togo
Cowboy Bradley/Otto Bohman W Mighty Schultz/Pee Wee James

 
54/08/10 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: The Great Togo/Tosh Togo L Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan
Don Lewin W Tony Martinelli
Paul Baillargeon W Tiger Tasker
 
54/08/17 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: The Great Togo/Tosh Togo W Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan
Sky Hi Lee D Paul Baillargeon
Ray Villmer W/DQ Lee Henning
 
54/08/24 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium - Card is Rained Out
Canadian Tag Titles: The Great Togo/Tosh Togo vs Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan
Don Lewin vs Paul Baillargeon
Timothy Geohagen vs Zebra Kid
 
54/08/31 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: The Great Togo/Tosh Togo vs Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan
Bearcat Wright vs Vern Taft
Ray Villmer vs Pat Fraley
 
1955
 
55/04/19 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol) vs Timothy Geohagen/Pat Flanagan
Billy McDaniel vs Sunni War Cloud
Billy Stack vs Frank Marconi
 
55/04/26 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Prince Maiava vs Lord Layton
Pat Flanagan vs Mike Paidousis
Jim Dobie vs Lee Henning
 
55/04/29 Bowmanville, ON Bowmanville Arena (Att; 600)
Tex McKenzie (sub for Bearcat Wright) W Ernie Dusek
Billy Stack D Emil Dusek
Lou Plummer W Ken Kenneth
 
55/05/03 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Whipper Watson vs Big Dan Lee
Pat Fraley vs Tex McKenzie
Jan Gotch vs Sunni War Cloud
 
55/05/10 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Kalmikoff Bros vs Pat Flanagan/Prince Maiava
Sunni War Cloud vs Lee Henning
Billy Stack vs Ken Kenneth
 
55/05/17 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Pat Flanagan/Prince Maiava vs Lou Plummer/Lord layton
Sunni War Cloud vs Pat Fraley
Ken Kenneth vs Jack Wentworth
 
55/05/24 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Dick Raines/Lou Plummer vs Pat Flanagan/Prince Maiava
Sammy Berg vs Ken Kenneth
Jim Dobie vs Jan Gotch
 
55/05/27 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Att:700 Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Baron Von Sieber W Sylvain Richard
Red Garner W Irish Jack Phelan
Wildcat Ron Osbourne W Harold Van Dyke
Chivo Ward D Tommy White
 
55/05/31 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Whipper Watson W Ivan Kalmikoff
Ski Low Low/Fuzzy Cupid D Roger Littlebrook/Little Beaver
Karol Kalmikoff W Jim Dobie
 
55/06/07 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Prince Maiava D Roy McClarity
Doug Hepburn W Lord Layton
Pat Flanagan W Pat Fraley
 
55/06/15 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium (Att: 900)
Canadian Tag Titles: Kalmikoff Bros D Whipper Watson/Pat Flanagan
George Scott D Jim Dobie
Chico Perez D Sandy Scott
 
55/06/21 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Dick Raines/Lou Plummer W Pat Flanagan/Prince Maiava
Jim Dobie D Sammy Berg
George Scott D Jan Gotch
 
55/06/28 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att: 1500)
Whipper Watson W Karol Kalmikoff
Lord Layton D Ivan Kalmikoff
Don Lewin D Jim Dobie
(Skull Murphy vs Gil Mains advertised)
 
55/07/05 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: Kalmikoff Bros vs Whipper Watson/Gil Mains
Sammy Berg vs Pat Flanagan
The Masked Marvel vs Jack Wentworth
 
55/07/08 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Baron Von Sieber W Calvin Cosburn
The Midgets vs Hassan Bey
Plus other bouts
 
55/07/12 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
The Scott Bros (Sandy/George) W Lord Layton/Lou Plummer
Pat Flanagan W Johnny Harmon
Jack Bennet D The Masked Marvel
 
55/07/19 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: Kalmikoff Bros W Prince Maiava/Pat Flanagan (sub for Gil Mains)
Sammy Berg W Chico Perez
Billy Stack W/DQ Jan Gotch
 
55/07/22 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Aledo Orlando/E Mongotich
W Osborne vs Hassan Bey
Plus 3 other bouts
 
55/07/26 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium (Att; 1000)
Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich W Kalmikoff Bros
Sammy Berg D Mickey Gold
Jim Dobie W Jan Gotch
 
55/08/02 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Canadian Tag Titles: Kalmikoff Bros D Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich
Prince Maiava D Sammy Berg
Jim Dobie W/DQ Chico Perez
 
55/08/09 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium (Att: 1000)
Doc Gallagher W Prince Maiava
Scott Bros D Don Lewin/Jan Gotch
Pat Flanagan W Mickey Gold (sub for Firpo Zbysko)
 
55/08/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich W Lord Layton/Doug Hepburn
Pat Fraley W/COR Sandy Scott
George Scott W Sammy Berg
 
55/08/19 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Middleweight Championship: Stoney Brooks vs Don Mangotich
Plus other bouts
 
55/08/23 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium (Att: 1300)
Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich D Lord Layton/Doug Hepburn
Pat Flanagan D Don Lewin
Pat Fraley W Red Vagnone
 
55/08/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium (Att: 1200)
Lord Layton/Doug Hepburn W Kalmikoff Bros
Pat Fraley W Mickey Gold
Billy Stack W Jan Gotch
 
55/09/02 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Hassan Bey/Hal Van Dyke vs Stoney Brooks/Jack Dennis
Baron Von Sieber vs Gori Mangotich
Ivan Klinenko vs Les Lyman
Ron Ronesco vs Aledo Orlando
 
55/09/06 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Whipper Watson W Doc Gallagher
George Scott D Pat Fraley
Pat Flanagan W Sandy Scott
 
55/09/13 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Lord Layton/Doug Hepburn vs Kalmikoff Bros
Doc Gallagher vs Mickey Gold
Pat Fraley vs Firpo Zbysko
 
55/09/16 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Gori Mangotich /Hassan Bey/Hal Van Dyke vs Aledo Orlando/Sylvain Richard/Red Garner
Chief Little Beaver vs Jean Lamaoux
Plus 2 other bouts
 
55/09/20 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Handicap Bout: Doug Hepburn W Kalmikoff Bros
Lionel Baillargeon W Pat Fraley
Don Lewin D Frank Thompson
 
55/09/27 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena – Last show of season
Kalmikoff Bros W Lionel Baillargeon/Doug Hepburn
Pat Flanagan W/DQ Pat Fraley
Fred Atkins W Tommy O’Toole
 
55/09/30 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Gori Mangotich vs Braon Von Sieber
Hassan Bey vs Jack Phelan
Harold Van Dyke vs Red Kelly
Added Attraction: Lady Judo Expert Tony Armada – exhibition
 
55/10/14 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena Promoter – Central Canadian Wrestling Alliance – Red Garner?
Harold Van Dyke/Baron Von Sieber/Jack Flicker vs Jack Phelan/Aledo Orlando/Joe Greenfield
Plus 2 other bouts
 
1956
 
56/04/21 Bowmanville, ON Arena
Roy McClarity vs Fritz Von Erich
Karl Von Shober vs Maurice LaPointe
Pat Flanagan vs Gene Dubuque
 
56/05/29 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
The Gallagher Brothers vs Prince Maiava/Ray Gunkel
Pat Flanagan vs Ski Hi Lee
Mark Lewis vs Gil Mains
 
56/06/05 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Prince Maiava/Ray Gunkel DDQ 3 falls The Gallagher Brothers
Fritz Von Ulm W/DQ Ski Hi Lee
Pat Flanagan W Larry Hamilton
 
56/06/12 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena (Final show in Whitby)
The Gallagher Brothers vs Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich
Ray Gunkel vs Wee Willie Davis
Pat Flanagan vs Aldo Bogni
 
56/06/19 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Pat O’Connor vs Mike Gallagher
Dick Hutton vs Doc Gallagher ((Hutton will lose $1000 if pinned within 20 minutes)
Ski Hi Lee vs Gil Mains
 
56/06/26 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
First Time in Oshawa: NWA World Title: Whipper Watson D Pat O’Connor
Prince Maiava vs Aldo Bogni
Brian Cleary vs Don Lewin
 
56/07/03 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
NWA World Title: Whipper Watson vs Pat O’Connor
 
56/07/10 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Joe/Guy Brunetti vs The Gallagher Brothers
Roberto Pico vs Gil Mains
Pat Flanagan vs Tiger Tasker
 
56/07/17 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Joe/Guy Brunetti W The Gallagher Brothers
Fred Atkins D Sammy Berg
Pat Flanagan W Fritz Von Ulm
 
56/07/30 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Joe/Guy Brunetti vs Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich
Ski Hi Lee vs Tex McKenzie
One other bout
 
56/08/07 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Canadian Open Tag Title: The Gallagher Brothers D 3 falls Karl Von Schober/Fritz Von Erich
The Mighty Ursus W Brian Clary
Pat Flanagan W/DEC Roberto Pico
 
56/08/14 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att: 4600)
Hardboiled Haggerty W Yukon Eric
Joe/Guy Brunetti W Ski Hi Lee/Big Ike Eakins
Tex McKenzie W Abe Zvonkin (sub for Roberto Pico injured last night in N.Falls)
 
56/08/21 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Canadian Open Tag Titles: Joe/Guy Brunetti (new champs) W Fred Atkins/Ski Hi Lee
Yukon Eric W Roberto Pico (sub for Hardboiled Haggerty)
Jan Gotch D Brian Clary
 
56/09/04 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Yukon Eric vs Dick Hutton (reverse $1000 challenge, Yukon offers Hutton if he can pin Yukon in 20 minutes)
The Mighty Ursus vs Sammy Berg
Pat Flanagan vs Don Lewin
 
56/09/18 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena -Last show of season
Hardboiled Haggerty vs The Mighty Ursus
Fred Atkins vs Pat Flanagan
Bob Liepler vs Lou Pitoscio
 
1957
 
57/05/06 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Arena
British Empire Title: Pat O’Connor vs Art Nielson
Bob Liepler vs Jack Walker
Billy Stack vs Abe Zvonkin
 
57/05/07 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Bill Miller W Prince Maiava
Pat Flanagan vs Jack Walker
Bill Stack vs Swede Anderson
 
58/05/13 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Arena
The Mighty Ursus vs Prince Maivia
John Tolos vs Lee Henning
Chris Tolos vs Dick Beyer
 
57/05/14 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Whipper Watson vs Hardboiled Haggerty
Sky Low Low/Major Tom Thumb vs Roger Littlebrook/The Brown Panther
Bill Stack vs Mr America
 
57/05/21 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Prince Maiava vs Art Neilson
Sandor Kovacs vs Billy McDaniel
Jack Walker vs Jan Gotch
 
57/05/30 Bowmanville, ON Bowmanville Arena
John Tolos/Chris Tolos vs Hardboiled Haggerty/Fred Atkins
Sandor Kovacs vs Lee Henning
Mr America vs Jack Pesek
 
57/06/04 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Art Neilson/Baron Gattoni vs Prince Maiava/The Mighty Ursus
Pat Flanagan vs Mark Lewin
Jack Walker vs Don Lewin
 
57/06/11 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
John Tolos/Chris Tolos vs Art Neilson/Baron Gattoni
Don Lewin vs Jack Pesek
Johnny Barend vs Jan Gotch
 
57/06/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Farmer Boy vs Fritz Von Erich
Chris Tolos/John Tolos vs Mr America/Frank Hewitt
Pat Flanagan vs Jack Pesek
 
57/06/25 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Fritz Von Erich/Hardboiled Haggerty W Prince Maiava/Ron Etchison
Sandor Kovacs W/DQ Lee Henning
Pat Flanagan W Jan Gotch
 
57/07/02 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Yukon Eric/Pat O’Connor D Ed Miller/Bill Miller
Farmer Boy W Baron Gattoni
Pat Flanagan W/DQ Vincent Lopez
 
57/07/09 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att: 1200)
Ed Miller/Bill Miller W Farmer Boy/The Mighty Ursus
Pat Flanagan W Jack Bence
Mike Valentino W/DQ Jack Pesek
 
57/07/16 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att: 1200)
Lord Layton/Yukon Eric W Hardboiled Haggerty/Art Neilson
The Mighty Ursus W Vincent Lopez
Sandor Kovacs D Jack Walker
 
57/07/23 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (Att: 2000)
Yukon Eric D Fritz Von Erich
Little Beaver/Tiny Tim W Sky Low Low/Pee Wee James
The Mighty Ursus W Baron Gattoni
 
57/07/30 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Hardboiled Haggerty/Dick Hutton W Lord Layton/Ron Etchison
Mark Lewin D Mike Valentino
Tiger Tasker D Don Lewin
 
57/08/06 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Gene Kiniski W Ron Etchison
Don Lewin/Mark Lewin D Tiger Tasker/Art Neilson
Jack Walker W Johnny Barend
 
57/08/09 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena
Gene Kiniski vs The Mighty Ursus
Vic Christie vs Fred Atkins
Pat Flanagan vs Mark Lewin
 
57/08/13 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Hardboiled Haggerty/Dick Hutton vs Timothy Geohagen/Farmer Boy
Ron Etchison vs Tiger Tasker
Vic Christie vs Lee Henning
 
57/08/20 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Pat O’Connor vs Fritz Von Erich
The Mighty Ursus/Dan O’Shocker vs Pat Flanagan/John Foti
 
57/08/23 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena
The Mighty Ursus vs Ronnie Etchison
Fred Atkins vs Hognny Barend
Vic Christie vs Don Lewin
 
57/08/27 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Whipper Watson W/DQ Ivan Kalmikoff
Little Beaver/Farmer McGregor W Ski Low Low/Bull Brummel
Timothy Geohagen D Karol Kalmikoff
 
57/09/03 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Yukon Eric/Ron Etchison vs Fred Atkins/The Mighty Ursus
Prince Maiava vs Mr America
Ian Campbell vs Pat Flanagan
 
57/09/10 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric/Ron Etchison vs Fred Atkins/The Mighty Ursus
Johnny Foti vs Al Korman
Waldo Von Sieber vs Jan Gotch
 
57/09/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of Oshawa season
The Fabulous Kangeroos (Roy Heffernan/Al Costello) W Fred Atkins/The Mighty Ursus
Ron Etchison W Lee Henning
Prince Maiava W Jan Gotch
 
57/09/26 Cobourg, ON Arena – First show of Cobourg season
The Fabulous Kangeroos (Roy Heffernan/Al Costello) W *Fritz Von Erich/Dick Hutton
Reporter left out opponents in results, FVE and Hutton were on Ad
Johnny Foti W/DQ Jan Gotch (sub for Mighty Ursus)
Luther Lindsay W Tiger Tasker
 
57/10/16 Peterborough, ON Arena
Gene Kiniski in main and 2 other bouts scheduled
 
1958
 
58/04/28 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Wilbur Snyder (billed as U.S. TV champ) vs Gene Kiniski
The Baillargeon Bros (Adrian/Toni) vs Fred Atkins/Jim Bernard
One other bout
 
58/05/05 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Whipper Watson/Wilbur Snyder vs Gene Kiniski/Fred Atkins
Lord Layton vs Adrian Baillargeon
Toni Baillargeon vs Bieber McCoy
Chris Tolos vs Dick Beyer
 
58/05/19 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Lisowski Bros (Reggie/Stan) vs Yukon Eric/Bobo Brazil
Farmer Boy vs Fred Atkins
Pat Flanagan vs Wee Willie Davis
 
58/05/24 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Canadian Tag Titles: Lisowski Bros vs Wilbur Snyder/Farmer Boy
Bill longson vs Timothy Geohagen
Pat Flanagan vs John Swenski
 
58/06/02 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Whipper Watson vs Bill Longson
The Baillargeon Bros (Adrien/Tony) vs Fred Atkins/Al Korman
Barron Gattoni vs Farmer Boy
 
58/06/10 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Lisowski Bros vs Yukon Eric/Lord Layton
Dan Miller vs Pat Flanagan
Lee Henning vs Toni Baillargeon
 
58/06/17 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Kalmikoff Bros vs Yukon Eric/Bobo Brazil
Vic Christie vs Fred Atkins
Lee Henning vs Pat Flanagan
 
58/06/24 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Kalmikoff Bros D The Lisowski Bros
The Giant Paul Bunyan W Abe Zvonkin
Pat Flanagan W Frank Hewitt
 
58/06/28 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena
The Great Motto vs Bill Melby
Ivan Volkoff vs Great Scott
Midgets Tag
450 lb Wrestling Bear vs 2 men
 
 
58/07/01 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Lord Layton/Timothy Geohagen W Dan Miller/Bob Orton
Adrien Baillargeon W Lee Henning
Toni Baillargeon W Al Korman
 
58/07/07 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Arena Att:1400 - Promoter - ? (Red Garner?)
Bill Melby W The Great Motto
Sonny Boy Cassidy/Irish Jacky W Farmer Pete/Prince Nicole
The Great Scott W Ivan Volkoff
Terrible Ted – Wrestling Bear W “Some Foolish Wrestler” ( McKigney?)
 
58/07/08 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Kalmikoff Bros vs Lord Layton/Timothy Geohagen
Fred Atkins vs Adrien Baillargeon
Pat Flanagan vs Toni Baillargeon
 
58/07/15 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Reggie Lisowski vs Dara Singh
FuzzyCupid/Ski Low Low vs Little Beaver/Cowboy Bradley
Pat Flanagan vs Stam Lisowski
 
58/07/22 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Giant Paul Bunyan vs Gene Kiniski
Fred Atkins vs Bill McMurray
Dan Miller vs Pat Flanagan
 
58/07/29 Oshawa, ON Civic Stadium
Yukon Eric vs Ivan Kalmikoff
Major Tom Thumb/Ski Low Low vs Cowboy Bradley/Little Beaver
Karol Kalmikoff vs Pat Flanagan
 
58/08/05 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Bobo Brazil/Dara Singh vs The Lisowski Bros
Lord Layton vs Bob Orton
Pat Fraley vs George Panchoff
 
58/08/12 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Bill Miller/Ed Miller vs Lisowski Bros
Dan Miller vs Bobo Brazil
Tiger Tasker vs Tarzan Tourville
 
58/08/19 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
World Title: Dick Hutton W Yukon Eric
Dara Singh/Wilbur Snyder W Bob Orton/Karl Kulaski
Maurice Lapointe W/DQ Lee Henning
 
58/08/26 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Yukon Eric/Dara Singh vs Lisowski Bros
Karl Kulaski vs Bernard Vignal
Johnny Foti vs Maurice LaPointe
 
58/09/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Ed Miller/Bill Miller vs Bobo Brazil/Wilbur Snyder
Fred Atkins vs Bernard Vignal
Pat Flanagan vs Karl Kulaski
 
58/09/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Joe Brunetti/Guy Brunetti vs Kalmikoff Bros
Dara Singh vs Maurice LaPointe
George Panchoff vs Tiger Tasker
 
58/09/15 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Kalmikoff Bros vs Joe Brunetti/Guy Brunetti
Bernard Vignal vs Tarzan Tourville
Pat Flanagan vs Karl Kulaski
 
1959
 
59/05/01 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Gorgeous George vs Pat Flanagan
Bearcat Wright vs Jack Laskin
Sandor Kovac vs Martin Hutzler
 
59/05/11 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
British Empire Title: Whipper Watson vs Gene Kiniski
Lord Layton vs Wally Sieber
Karl Kulaski vs Don Jardine
 
59/05/18 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
The Great Bolo vs Yukon Eric
Lord Layton vs Pat Flanagan
Little Beaver/The Brown Panther vs Sky Low Low/Ivan The Terrible
One other bout
 
59/05/25 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Gene Kiniski vs Yukon Eric
Pat Flanagan vs Karl Kulaski
Little Beaver/The Brown Panther vs Sky Low Low/Ivan The Terrible
One other bout
 
59/06/02 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (in event of rain Oshawa Arena)
Dan/Big Bill Miller vs Chief Suni War Cloud/Farmer Boy
Mike Valentino vs Don Jardine
Pat Flanagan vs Jan Gotch
 
59/06/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Great Bolo vs Lord Layton
Mike Valentino vs Karl Kulaski
Abe Zvonkin vs Billy Stack
 
59/06/16 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (in event of rain Oshawa Arena)
Gene Kiniski vs Yukon Eric
Billy Stack vs Mike Valentino
Pat Flanagan vs Martin Hutzler
 
59/06/23 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (in event of rain Oshawa Arena)
The Great Bolo vs Yukon Eric
Hardboiled Haggerty vs Wally Sieber
Don Leo Jonathon vs Howard Martin
 
59/06/30 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium (in event of rain Oshawa Arena)
The Great Bolo vs Happy Farmer Humphrey
Billy Stack vs Hardboiled Haggerty
Wally Sieber vs George MacArthur
 
59/07/14 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Yukon Eric vs Dick Hutton
Mike Valentino vs Wally Sieber
Pat Flanagan vs Karl Kulaski

59/07/21 *poster
Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Yukon Eric vs Dick Hutton
 
59/07/28 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Whipper Watson vs Hardboiled Hagggerty
Dick Hutton vs Howard Martin (Hutton will lose $1000 if pinned within 20 minutes)
Wally Sieber vs Ken Kenneth
 
59/08/04 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Sam Steamboat vs Hardboiled Haggerty
The Vachon Brothers vs Howard Martin/Billy Stack
Johnny Foti vs Pat Flanagan
 
59/08/11 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Yukon Eric vs Hardboiled Haggerty
Tuffy Truesdale vs 450lb Alligator
Wally Sieber vs Karl Kulaski
Don Jardine vs Tiger Tasker
 
59/08/25 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Sam Steamboat vs Hardboiled Haggerty
The Mighty Ursus vs Pat Flanagan
Timothy Geohagen vs Ian Campbell
 
59/09/01 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Hardboiled Haggerty vs Sam Steamboat
Pat Flanagan vs Joe Christie
Little Beaver/Farmer McGregor vs Sky Low Low/Fuzzy Cupid
 
59/09/08 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Great Antonio vs Hardboiled Haggerty
The Mighty Ursus vs Timothy Geohagen
Billy Stack vs Karl Kulaski
 
59/09/15 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium -Last show of season
Roy McLarity vs Fritz Von Erich
Sam Steamboat vs The Mighty Ursus
Pat Flanagan vs Howard Martin
 
1960
 
60/05/04 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Angelo Poffo vs Dick Beyer
Ed Miller vs Mike Valentino
Fred Atkins vs Don Jardine
 
60/05/11 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Frenchy Vignal vs Fred Atkins
Billy Stack vs Ed Miller
Pat Flanagan vs Knobby McDonald
 
60/05/18 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
Don Leo Jonathon/Ed Miller vs The Gallagher Bros (Doc/Mike)
Mike Valentino vs Tiger Tasker
 
60/05/25 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
The Bravo Bros (Dino/Domenic) vs Don Leo Jonathon/Ed Miller
Billy Stack vs Mike Valentino
Frenchy Vignal vs Al Korman
 
60/06/01 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena
The Bravo Bros vs Don Leo Jonathon/Ed Miller
Big Jumbo vs George Drake
Pat Flanagan vs Johnny Pye
 
60/06/07 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Bravo Bros vs Kalmikoff Bros
Fred Atkins vs Johnny Pye
Pat Flanagan vs Mike Valentino
 
60/06/11 Cobourg, ON TV – Promoter – Olympic Wrestling Club Gus Marmon President
Lists Channel 11 in Kingston for a new ‘Live Wrestling Show starting June 11
Featuring International TV Stars, Ali Pasha, Cowboy Carlson, Danny Shayne, The Blonde Bomber, Kudo
 
60/06/14 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Big Jumbo vs Ed Miller
Bouncin’ Burke/Dandy Moore vs Irish Jackie/Tom Thumb
Pat Flanagan vs Cliff Phiede
 
60/06/21 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Angelo Poffo/Bronco Lubich vs Bobo Brazil/Frenchy Vignal
Ivan Kalmikoff vs George Drake
Bob Liepler vs Johnny Pye
 
60/06/23 Cobourg, ON Cobourg Community Arena– Promoter – Olympic Wrestling Club Gus Marmon President
The Great Kudo vs Cowboy Carlson
Ali Pasha vs Danny Shane
The Blonde Bomber vs ?
 
60/06/28 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Bravo Bros vs Don Leo Jonathon/Fred Atkins
Ed Miller vs Mike Valentino
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Liepler
 
60/07/05 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Bravo Bros vs Don Leo Jonathon/Fred Atkins
Pat Flanagan vs Ed Miller
Johnny Pye vs Sandor Kovacs
 
60/07/12 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Bravo Bros vs Ed Miller/Fred Atkins
The Mighty Jumbo vs Lee Henning
Sandor Kovacs vs Karl Kulaski
 
60/07/19 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Rip Hawk/Rock Hunter vs Angelo Poffo/Bronco Lubich
Sandor Kovacs vs Ivan Kalmikoff
Bob Nandor vs Anastas Minasian
 
60/07/26 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
World Title: Pat O’Connor vs Rock Hunter
Big Jumbo vs Rip Hawk
Pat Flanagan vs Karl Kulaski
 
60/08/02 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
Whipper Watson vs Ivan Kalmikoff
The Mighty Jumbo vs Mighty Ursus
Frenchy Vignal vs Fred Atkins
 
60/08/09 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Mighty Jumbo vs Ivan Kalmikoff
Domenic Bravo vs Mighty Ursus
Dino Bravo vs Pat Flanagan
 
60/08/16 Oshawa, ON Kinsmen Stadium
The Gallagher Bros vs The Bravo Bros
Mighty Ursus vs Billy Stack
Fred Atkins vs Bob Nandor
 
60/08/23 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Dino Bravo vs Mighty Ursus
Irish Jackie/Billy The Kid vs Dandy Andy Moore/Red Taylor
Domenic Bravo vs Vic Christie
 
60/08/30 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric vs Fred Atkins
Handicap Bout: Joe Christie/Bob Liepler vs Big Jumbo
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Nandor
 
60/09/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Bravo Bros vs Ivan Kalmikoff/Fred Atkins
Frenchy Vignal vs Lee Henning
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Liepler
 
60/09/13 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Domenic Bravo vs Ivan Kalmikoff
Fred Atkins vs Dino Bravo
Pat Flanagan vs Timothy Geohagen
 
1961
 
61/05/02 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Gorgeous George vs Tony Marino
Black Terror vs Don Jardine
Pat Flanagn vs Skull Nurnberg
 
61/05/09 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Gorgeous George vs Farmer Boy
Tom Jones vs Black Terror
Pat Flanagan vs Sailor Jim Clarke
 
61/05/16 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Farmer Boy vs Black Terror
Stan Stasiak vs Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack vs Skull Nurnberg
 
61/05/23 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Lord Layton vs Stan Stasiak
Tom Jones vs Farmer Boy
Billy Stack vs Black Terror
 
61/05/30 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Nikita) vs Farmer Boy/Man Mountain Campbell
Karol Kalmikoff vs Pat Flanagan
Billy Stack vs Sailor Jim Clarke
 
61/06/06 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Handicap Tag Bout : Pat Flanagan/Tom Jones vs Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Nikita/Karol)
Handicap Tag Bout : Farmer Boy/Lord Layton vs Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Nikita/Karol)
 
61/06/13 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Tag Team Elimination
Pat Flanagan/Tom Jones
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol)
Farmer Boy/Don Jardine
Stan Stasiak/Black Terror
 
61/06/20 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol) vs Farmer Boy/Man Mountain Campbell
Nikita Kalmikoff vs Billy Stack
Karl Nurnburg vs Pat Flanagan
 
61/06/27 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol) vs Billy Red Lyons/Dick Beyer
Nikita Kalmikoff vs Timothy Geohagen
Gino Marella vs Karl Nurnburg
 
61/07/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
International Tag Titles: Man Mountain Campbell/Stan Stasiak vs Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol)
Tony Marino vs Farmer Boy
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Liepler
 
61/07/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Stan Stasiak vs Farmer Boy
Little Beaver/Bouncing Burke/Sky Low Low/Fuzzy Cupid
Pat Flanagan vs Prince Nero
 
61/07/18 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol) vs Ilio DiPaolo/Tony Marino
Gino Marino vs Bob Leipler
Prince Nero vs Timothy Geohagen
 
61/07/25 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Mixed Tag: Ivan Kalmikoff /Dandy Andy Moore vs Man Mountain Campbell/Tiny Tim
Tony Marino vs Karol Kalmikoff
John Foote vs Prince Nero
 
61/08/01 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
B-E Title: Whipper Watson vs Stan Stasiak
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol) vs Tony Marino/Timothy Geohagen
Tom Collins vs Prince Nero
 
61/08/08 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bulldog Brower vs Karol Kalmikoff Bros
Tuffy Truesdale vs 300 lb Bear
Ivan Kalmikoff vs Man Mountain Campbell
Farmer Boy vs Frank Marconi
 
61/08/15 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson vs Stan Stasiak
Live Alligator vs Tuffy Truesdale
Ivan Kalmikoff vs Farmer Boy
Karol Kalmikoff vs Tony Marino
 
61/08/22 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Karol) vs Tony Marino/Farmer Boy
Man Mountain Campbell vs Gino Marella
Pat Flanagan vs Karl Nurnburg
 
61/08/29 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Whipper Watson vs Karol Kalmikoff
Smith Bros (Cyclone/Hurricane) vs Farmer Boy/Pat Flanagan
Sandor Kovacs vs Prince Nero
 
61/09/12 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Smith Bros (Cyclone/Hurricane) vs Man Mountain Campbell/Tony Marino
Pat Flanagan vs Tony Manous
Big Dave Wallace vs Frank Fozo
 
61/09/18 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
International Tag Titles: Smith Bros vs Billy Red Lyons/Domenic Bravo
Taro Sakuro vs Tony Manous
Man Mountain Campbell vs Pat Flanagan
 
1962
 
62/06/05 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Sweet Daddy Siki vs Billy Red Lyons
Mr Kleen vs The Great Kudo
Bill The Brute vs Frank Valois
 
62/06/19 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Tolos Bros (John/Chris) vs Billy Red Lyons/Bill The Brute
Haystack Muldoon vs Tommy O’Toole
Frank Valois vs Pat Flanagan
 
62/06/26 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Tolos Bros vs Yukon Eric/Haystack Muldoon
George Kosti vs Ivan Kalmikoff
Bill The Brute vs Don Lewin
 
62/07/03 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
The Tolos Bros vs Taro Sakuro/Ivan Kalmikoff
Mr Kleen vs Frank Valois
Gino Marella vs Tommy O’Toole
 
62/07/10 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric vs Taro Sakuro
Kalmikoff Bros vs Ray Gordon/Mr Kleen
Tony Marino vs George Kosti
 
62/07/17 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Taro Sakuro/The Great Kudo vs Bruno Sammartino/Billy Red Lyons
Sam Steamboat vs Nikita Kalmikoff
Billy Stack vs George Kosti
 
62/07/24 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric vs Sweet Daddy Siki
Haystack Muldoon/Tony Marino vs Frank Valois/George Kosti
Sam Steamboat vs Tommy O’Toole
 
62/07/31 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bruno Sammartino/Tony Marino vs The Tolos Bros
Bill The Brute vs Ivan Kalmikoff
Pat Flanagan vs George Kosti
 
62/08/07 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Yukon Eric vs Sweet Daddy Siki
Kalmikoff Bros vs The Tolos bros
Billy Red Lyons vs George McCarthur
 
62/08/14 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bruno Sammartino vs Bulldog Brower
Tolos Bros vs Ray Flash Gordon/Gene Baillergeon
Bill The Brute vs Steve Stanlee
 
62/08/21 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bruno Sammartino vs Stan Stasiak
Kalmikoff Bros (Ivan/Nikita) vs Billy Red Lyons/Pat Flanagan
Vic Christy vs Gene Baillargeon
 
62/08/28 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bruno Sammartino vs Sweet Daddy Siki
Little Beaver/Tiny Tim vs Pee Wee James/Ski Low Low
Billy Red Lyons vs Bob Stanlee
 
62/09/04 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Pancho Lopez/Farmer Pete vs Irish Jackie/Dandy Andy Moore
Stan Stasiak vs Billy Red Lyons
George McCarthur vs Pat Flanagan
 
62/09/11 Oshawa, ON Oshawa Arena
Bruno Sammartino/Tony Marino vs The Stanlee Bros (Steve/Bob)
Knobby MacDonald vs Donevans – Don Evans?
Bull Johnson vs Pat Flanagan
 
1963
 
63/05/21 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Ilio DiPaolo
Sweet Daddy Siki vs Jim Hady
Tony Marino vs Duke Noble
Mr Gordon Garrison President of CKLB will officially open the Wrestling season with alderman Gord Attersly
 
63/05/28 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
Sweet Daddy Siki vs Billy Red Lyons
Ilio DiPaolo vs Mike Valentino
 
63/06/04 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady - Special Referee Pat Flanagan
John Paul Henning vs Stan Stasiak
Tony Marino vs Fred Atkins
 
63/06/18 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
The Beast vs Yukon Eric
The Destroyer vs Johnny Foti
Fred Atkins vs Billy Stack
 
63/06/25 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
John Paul Henning vs The Destroyer
Tony Parisi vs Antonio Manos
Don Lewin vs Billy Stack
 
63/07/06 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena – Promoter - ?
Killer Kowalski vs Ilio DiPaulo
Lord Littlebrook vs Dandy Andy
Wrestling Bear vs Gene Dubois
Plus 1 other bout
 
63/07/09 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
Jim Hady vs The Beast
US Title: John Paul Henning vs Hans Schmidt
The Great Mephisto vs Judo Jack Terry
 
63/07/16 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
Ykon Eric vs Hans Schmidt
Pee Wee James/Irish Jackie vs Farmer Pete/Pancho Lopez – Special Referee CKLB’s Terry Mann
Jim Hady vs Firpo Zvyszko
 
63/07/23 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
Jim Hady vs Bulldog Brower
Fuzzy Cupid/Irish Jackie vs Tiny Tim/Farmer Pete
Tony Marino vs Stan Stasiak
 
63/07/30 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Yukon Eric
Ilio DiPaolo vs Bob Liepler
Tony Marino vs Firpo Zbysko
 
63/08/06 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
The Beast vs Jim Hady
John Paul Henning vs Sweet Daddy Siki
Dr Jerry Graham vs Tony Marino
 
63/08/13 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
Tony Marino vs Judo Jack Terry
The Great Mephisto vs Bob Liepler
 
63/08/20 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Billy Red Lyons
The Beast vs John Paul Henning
Sky Low Low/Irish Jackie vs Farmer Pete/Tiny Tim – Special Referee CKLB’s Terry Mann
 
63/08/27 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
Ilio DiPaolo vs The Beast
The Great Mephisto vs Ox Anderson
 
63/09/03 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title –Texas Death Match: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
Dr Jerry Graham vs John Paul Henning
Tony Parisi vs Ox Henderson
 
63/09/10 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
Fence Around Ring: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
Ilio DiPaolo vs Billy Red Lyons
Tony Marino vs The Great Mephisto
 
63/09/17 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
Billy Red Lyons vs Stan Stasiak
Dr Jerry Graham vs Tony Parisi
 
63/09/24 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
US Title -2 Hour Time Limit: Johnny Valentine vs Jim Hady
John Paul Henning vs Fred Atkins
The Great Mephisto vs Mike Valentino
 
63/10/01 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
Johnny Valentine/The Destroyer vs Jim Hady/John Paul Henning
Bob Liepler vs Fred Atkins
Johnny Foti vs The Great Kudo
 
63/10/08 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena
Hans Schmidt/The Destroyer/The Great Kudo vs Seaman Art Thomas/Lorenzo Parente/Tony Marino
The Destroyer vs Lorenzo Parente
Tony Marino vs Johnny Foti
 
63/10/12 Oshawa ,ON Oshawa Arena – Last show of season
Johnny Valentine/The Destroyer/Dr Jerry Graham vs Yukon Eric/Jim Hady/Tony Marino
Jim Hady vs Fred Atkins
Dr Jerry Graham vs Lorenzo Parente
 
1964
 
64/06/09 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Yukon Eric/Ilio DiPaolo vs Bulldog Brower/Hans Schmidt
Big Ike Eakins vs Tony Parisi
Eric Froelich vs The Destroyer
 
64/06/23 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Yukon Eric/Ilio DiPaolo vs Bulldog Brower/The Beast
Hans Schmidt vs Eric Froelich
Billy Red Lyons vs Mike Valentino
 
64/07/07 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Pat Flanagan vs Bulldog Brower
Tiny Tim/Jamaica Kid vs Sky Low Low/Irish Jackie
Ray Villmer vs Hans Schmidt
 
64/07/28 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Ray Villmer vs Sweet Daddy Siki
The Scufflin Hillbillies vs Big Ike Eakins/ Mike Valentino
Timothy Geohagen vs Lee Henning
 
64/08/11 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Pat Flanagan/ Ray Villmer vs Bulldog Brower/Hans Schmidt - Special Referee Billy Red Lyons + reg ref
The Scufflin Hillbillies vs Lee Henning /The Great Mephisto
Billy Red Lyons vs Big Ike Eakins
 
64/09/08 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Pat Flanagan/ Billy Red Lyons/Ilio DiPaola vs Bulldog Brower/Hans Schmidt/The Beast
Eric Froelich vs The Beast
Billy Red Lyons vs Martino Angelo
 
64/09/15 Oshawa, ON listed as Civic Auditorium
Edouard Carpentier vs The Beast
The Scufflin Hillbillies vs Sweet Daddy Siki/The Destroyer
Jim Hady vs Bob Leipler
 
64/09/22 Oshawa, ON Arena
Lord Layton vs Hans Schmidt
The Scufflin Hillbillies vs Bob Liepler/Lee Henning
Pat Flanagan vs Duke Noble
 
64/09/29 Oshawa, ON Arena
The Scufflin Hillbillies vs The Tolos Brothers
Ray Villmer vs Hans Schmidt
Billy Red Lyons vs Bob Liepler/Lee Henning
 
64/10/06 Oshawa, ON Arena
The Scufflin Hillbillies vs The Tolos Brothers - Texas Death Match
Suni War Cloud vs Hans Schmidt
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Liepler/Lee Henning
 
64/10/13 Oshawa, ON Arena
The Scufflin Hillbillies/Pat Flanagan vs The Tolos Brothers/Hans Schmidt
Tony Parisi vs Chris Tolos
The Destroyer vs Chuck Conley
 
1965
 
65/01/22 Oshawa, ON Arena
Bulldog Brower vs Andy Robin
Tolos Brothers vs Pat Flanagan/Paul DiMarco
Tex Mckenzie vs The Destroyer
 
65/01/29 Oshawa, ON Arena
Bulldog Brower vs Tex Mckenzie
Tolos Brothers vs Andy Robin/Chuck Conley
Johnny Powers vs Alexander The Great
Billy Stack vs Paul DiMarco
 
65/02/26 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Beast vs Michele Barone
Professor Hiro/Fred Atkins vs Andy Robin/Tony Parisi
Pat Flanagan vs Alexander the Great
The Destroyer vs Paul Dimarco
 
65/03/26 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium – Whipper Watson Nite
Whipper Watson vs Bulldog Brower
Professor Hiro/Fred Atkins vs Andy Robin/Sweet Daddy Siki
CKLB Grudge Match: Rocking Rosco Campbell/Terrible Terry Mann vs Little Ceaser Mayer/Masked Mystic Wrestler
(Campbell & Mann are DJ’s at CKLB Oshawa)
Johnny Powers vs Tony Parisi
Pat Flanagan vs Alexander the Great
 
65/04/23 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watso/Pat Flanagan vs Bulldog Brower /Professor Hiro
Andy Robin vs Fred Atkins
Bob Liepler vs Karl Gotch
Mike Valentino vs Victor Rivera
 
65/04/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers vs Johnny Barend
The Beast vs Ilio DiPaolo
Michele Barone vs The Destroyer
Victor Rivera vs Bob Liepler
 
65/05/11 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson vs The Beast
The Jamaica Kid/Sonny Boy Cassidy vs Irish Jackie/Billy The Kid
Karl Gotch vs The Destroyer
Seaman Art Thomas vs Mike Valentino
 
65/05/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers vs Karl Gotch
Seaman Art Thomas vs Hans Schmidt
Victor Rivera vs Jerry London
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Liepler
 
65/06/01 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Seaman Art Thomas vs Professor Hiro
Handsome Johnny Barend vs Fred Atkins
Alexander The Great vs Jerry London
Pat Flanagan vs Johnny Foti
 
65/06/08 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Seaman Art Thomas vs Professor Hiro
Fred Atkins vs Pat Flanagan
Alexander The Great vs Mike Valentino
Victor Rivera vs Duke Noble
 
65/06/22 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers W Karl Gotch
Tony Marino W Mike Valentino
Pat Flanagan W Stamford Murphy
Bob Leipler D Victor Rivera
 
65/07/20 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
1st Annual Tournament Of Champions
Final : Andy Robin W Professor Hiro to win Trophy
Professor Hiro W Seaman Thomas
Andy Robin W Mike Valentino
Professor Hiro W Paul DiMarco
Seaman Art Thomas W Joe Christie
Andy Robin W Duke Noble
Mike Valentino W Jerry London
 
65/07/31 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena – Promoter - ?
Cousin Bill Williams/Frenchy Lamonte vs Lord Littlebrook/Antonio Barone – Mixed tag
No. 1 Hangman vs Vic Rosettanni
Plus 1 other bout
 
65/08/03 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson W Hans Schmidt
Tony Marino W The Beast
Jerry London D Bob Leipler
Pat Flanagan W Apache Pete
 
65/08/10 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Beast W CNC Tony Marino – Texas Death Match
Seaman Art Thomas W Bob Leipler
Andy Robin W Apache Pete
 
65/08/31 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Andy Robin vs Apache Pete – Fence around ring
Paul DiMarco vs The Beast
The Destroyer vs Tony Marino
Pat Flanagan vs Bob Leipler
 
65/09/04 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena – Promoter - ?
No. 1 Hangman vs Gorgeous George Jr.
Cousin Bill Williams/Bull Brummell vs Lord Littlebrook/Keith Tompkins – Mixed tag
Plus 1 other bout
 
1966
 
66/05/24 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Masked Yankees W Lord Layton/Tony Marino (sub for Watson/Cummings said to be injured at MLG)
Tiger Jeet Singh W/COR George Kanelis
Seaman Art Thomas D Jim Starr
 
66/05/31 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Masked Yankees W/COR Whipper Watson (sub for Ernie Ladd)/Seaman Art Thomas
Tiger Jeet Singh W Michele Barone
Pat Flanagna W Jim Starr
 
66/06/09 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson W Masked Yankee #2
Johnny Powers D/COR Masked Yankee #1
Pat Flanagan W/DQ Bob Leipler
Terrible Ted The Bear W 2 Spectators
Terrible Ted The BearW Gene Dubois
 
66/06/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson/Bulldog Brower W/DQ Masked Yankees
Ernie Ladd W/DQ Jim Starr
Billy Red Lyons W Duke Noble
 
66/06/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers vs The Beast
The Caped Crusader/Billy Red Lyons vs The Masked Yankees
Rocky Johnson vs Hans Schmidt
 
66/07/07 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers vs Masked Yankee #2
Rocky Johnson vs Masked Yankee #1
Little Beaver/Jamaica Kid vs Ski Low Low/Little Brutus
Johnny Kostas vs Bob Leipler
 
66/07/14 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Beast vs Johnny Powers
Rocky Johnson vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Fred Atkins vs George Kanelis
Cowboy Bradley/Sonny Boy Cassidy vs Fuzzy Cupid/Irish Jackie
 
66/07/19 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers D/COR The Beast
Mr X W Rocky Johnson
Duke Noble D George Kanelis
Seaman Art Thomas W Jim Starr
 
66/08/04 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Sweet Daddy Siki W The Beast
Tiger Jeet Singh W/DQ Johnny Powers
Johnny Kostas W Mr X
Fred Atkins D Rocky Johnson
 
66/08/11 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Sweet Daddy Siki W Tiger Jeet Singh
Sonny Boy Cassidy/Little Beaver W Ski Low Low/Little Brutus
 
66/08/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
2nd Annual Wrestling Championship
Sweet Daddy Siki W Hans Schmidt – to win Trophy
*Schmidt smashes trophy at presentation and attacks Siki
Sweet Daddy Siki W The Beast
Hans Schmidt W Billy Red Lyons
Sweet Daddy Siki W Mr X
The Beast W Rocky Johnson
Billy Red Lyons W Vic Christie
Hans Schmidt W Johnny Kostas
 
66/08/19 Port Perry, ON Port Perry Arena – Promoter - ?
Mixed Tag Bout – Main
Cousin Bill Williams vs Mike Dotman
The Mighty Midgets
Red Devil vs Flying Scot
 
66/08/25 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Powers W/COR Tiger Jeet Singh
Sonny Boy Cassidy/Jamaica kid W Little Brutus/Irish Jackie
Fred Atkins W Johnny Kostas
 
66/09/01 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Sweet Daddy Siki W/COR Bulldog Brower
Vito Gonzales/Irish Jackie W Jamaica Kid/Sonny Boy Cassidy
Billy Red Lyons W Hans Schmidt
 
66/09/08 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh vs Sweet Daddy Siki/Rocky Johnson
The Beast vs Johnny Kostas
Stan Stasiak vs Pat Flanagan
 
66/09/22 Oshawa, ON Children's Arena
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh/Stan Stasiak W Pat Flanagan/Johnny Kostas/Rocky Johnson
Stan Stasiak W Stamford Murphy
Rocky Johnson D George Momberg
 
 
66/09/29 Oshawa, ON Children's Arena - Last show of season
Pat Flanagan/Johnny Powers/Sweet Daddy Siki W Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh/Stan Stasiak
Sweet Daddy Siki W George Momberg
Tiger Jeet Singh W Pat Flanagan
 
1967
 
67/05/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium - First show of season
NWA World Title Gene Kiniski D Johnny Valentine (US Champ) - 60 min one fall each
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh W Sweet Daddy Siki/Dewey Robertson
Pat Flanagan W Mohan Singh
 
67/06/06 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
NWA World Title Gene Kiniski W Johnny Valentine (US Champ)
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh W Sweet Daddy Siki/Tony Marino
Lorenze Parente W/DQ Mohad Singh
 
67/06/13 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Bulldog Brower W Sweet Daddy Siki
Lorenze Parente W Mr X
Ski Low Low W Cowboy Cassidy
Lorenze Parente/Cowboy Cassidy W Mr X/Ski Low Low
 
67/06/20 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Bulldog Brower W/DQ Johnny Valentine
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh W Pat Flanagan/Lorenzo Parente
Dewey Robertson D Hans Schmidt
 
67/06/27 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson (sub for Johnny Valentine) W Bulldog Brower - Special Referee Pat Flanagan
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh D (3rd fall COR) Lord Layton/Lorenzo Parente
Murray Cummings D Hans Schmidt
 
67/07/04 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh vs Sweet Daddy Siki/Lorenzo Parente
The Beast vs Dewey Robertson
The Assassin vs Murray Cummings
 
67/07/11 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh W Sweet Daddy Siki/Bulldog Brower
The Assassin W Pat Flanagan
Joe Christie W Lorenzo Parente
 
67/07/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
NWA World Title Gene Kiniski W Tiger Jeet Singh
The Assassin W Sweet Daddy Siki
Fred Atkins D Dewey Robertson
The Beast D Lorenzo Parente
 
67/07/25 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Betty Boucher (sub for Fabulous Moolah) vs Joyce Grable (Judo Exhibition as Womens Wrestling is not allowed in Ontario)
Sweet Daddy Siki D The Assassin
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh D (3rd fall COR) Whipper Watson/Lorenzo Parente
 
67/08/01 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Sweet Daddy Siki W/ The Assassin
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh W Dewey Robertson/Lorenzo Parente
Pat Flanagan W Mohad Singh
Next card 2 weeks
 
67/08/15 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Third Annual Wrestling Championship Tournament
Bulldog Brower D The Assassin in the final – no Trophy awarded
(Promoter Pat Milosh announces a re-match under new rules on the next card to determine a winner)
Brower had eliminated Erwin Starr, Sweet Daddy Siki
Assassin had eliminated Lorenzo Parente, Michele Barone
Dewey Robertson, Pat Flanagan, The Beast were featured on ad
 
67/08/22 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
For Championship Trophy No Time Limit
The Assassin W/DQ Bulldog Brower (no Trophy awarded for second straight week)
Fred Atkins/Tiger Jeet Singh W Murray Cummings/Lorenzo Parente
Michele Barone D The Beast
 
67/08/29 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
For Championship Trophy No Time Limit No DQ Texas Death Match rules
The Assassin W 4/6 falls Bulldog Brower – Assassin wins Trophy
Tiger Jeet Singh W Lorenzo Parente
Fred Atkins W Sylvain Richards
Dewey Robertson W/DQ Joe Christie
 
67/09/13 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium – Last show of season
Whipper Watson/Bulldog Brower W Tiger Jeet Singh/The Assassin
Sylvain Richards W Fred Atkin
Pat Flanagan W Joe Christie
 
1968
 
68/05/28 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson/Bulldog Brower vs The Assassin
Dewey Robertson vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Eric The Red vs The Masked Marvel
Murray Cummings vs Fred Atkins
 
68/06/04 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Handicap Bout: Whipper Watson/Dewey Robertson vs The Assassin
Murray Cummings vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Eric The Red vs Joe Christie
Sylavian Richard vs Fred Atkins
 
68/06/11 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Red Demon vs Dewey Robertson
Dutch Momberg vs Eric The Red
Joe Christie vs Murray Cummings
Sylvain Richard vs Bull Johnson
 
68/06/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Red Demon vs Eric The Red
Dewey Robertson vs Joe Christie
Bull Johnson vs Murray Cummings
Mario Frataroli vs Sylvain Richard
 
68/07/02 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson/Bulldog Brower vs The Assassin/Tiger Jeet Singh
Dewey Robertson vs Fred Atkins
Duke Noble vs Eric The Red
 
68/07/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Eric The Red vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Murray Cummings The Demon
Fred Atkins vs Sylvain Richard
Dutch Momberg vs Stanford Murphy
 
68/07/23 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Eric The Red/Murray Cumnmings vs The Demon/Tiger Jeet Singh
Fred Atkins vs Duke Noble
Don Evans vs Dutch Mumberg
 
68/08/13 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Bulldog Brower vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Eric The Red vs The Demon
Murray Cummings vs Fred Atkins
Dutch Momberg vs Duke Noble
 
68/08/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson vs The Assassin
Bulldog Brower vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Irish Jackie vs Little Brutus
Eric The Red vs Dewey Robertson
 
1969
 
69/06/03 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson vs Dandy Dan Miller
Bulldog Brower vs The Assassin
Joey Russell/Cowboy Bradley vs Sky Low Low/Irish Jackie
Paul Diamond vs Eric The Red
 
69/07/15 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Whipper Watson/Edouard Carpentier vs Dr Jerry Graham/The Assassin
Lucille Dupre vs Linda Klein – Judo Exhibition
Paul Diamond vs Jos LeDuc
Dewey Robertson vs Paul LeDuc
 69/07/22 Bowmanville, ON Arena
Bullf\dog Brower vs Waldo Von Eri
1970 - No Wrestling
 
1971
 
 
71/06/28 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium – Billed as First show in nearly 2 years - Att: 3000
The Love Bros W/DQ Whipper Watson/Haystack Calhoun
Dewey Robertson/John Quinn W Chris Tolos/Dutch Momberg
Joey Russel W Frenchy Lamont
Whipper Watson Jr D Bull Johnson
 
71/07/15 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Love Bros vs Whipper Watson/John Quinn
Haystack Calhoun/Murray Cummings vs Chris Tolos/Hans Schmidt
Whipper Watson Jr vs Nick DeCarlo
Midgets - Little Brutus, Ski Low Low
 
71/07/29 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium - Att: 2100
The Love Bros W/DQ Whipper Watson/Haystack Calhoun
John Quinn/Nick Decarlo W Tom Pollard/Hans Shcmidt
Whipper Watson Jr D Mr X
Haiti Kid W Frenchy Lamonte
 
71/08/19 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Sandy Parker vs Lily Thomas - First Womens bout after declared legal
Whipper Watson/John Quinn vs The Love Brothers
Lee Henning/Nick Decarlo vs Killer Joe Christie/Hans Schmidt
Whipper Watson Jr vs The Mysterians
 
71/12/02 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Sheik vs Bulldog Brower
+
 
1972
 
72/05/14 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena – Wildman or WWA Promotion
Angelo Mosca vs Eric The Red
Ladies, Midgets + 3 more bouts
 
72/05/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Love Bros vs Lord Layton/Dewey Robertson
The Beast vs Terry White
Red Pollard vs Ernie Schwab
Cuddles Anderson vs Celine Fontaine
 
72/06/04 Whitby, ON Whitby Arena – Wildman or WWA Promotion
Angelo Mosca/Vic Rossitanni (billed as Canadian Champ) vs Eric The Red/Bruce Swayze
Wrestling Bear vs 2 Wrestlers
The Beast vs Chief Little Bear
Midgets tag bout
+ 2 more bouts
 
72/06/13 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Love Bros vs Lord Layton/Haystack Calhoun
The Beast/The Masked Marvel vs Tony Parisi/Carlos Rocha (Portuguese Champion)
Midgets featuring Sky Low Low
Terry Yorkston vs Dewey Robertson
 
72/06/27 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Love Bros vs Lord Layton/Tony Parisi
Nikita Kalmikoff vs Carlos Rocha
The Beast/Lee Henning vs Tarzan Zorra/Dewey Robertson
The Fabulous Midgets
 
72/07/11 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
U.S. Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs The Masked Marvel
The Love Bros vs Mighty Igor/Tony Parisi
Carlos Rocha/Dewey Robertson vs The Beast/Lee Henning
Nikita Kalmikoff vs The Executioner
Cuddles Anderson vs Celine Fontaine
 
72/07/25 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
U.S. Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Hans Schmidt
The Love Bros vs Lord Layton/Tony Parisi
Carlos Rocha/Dewey Robertson vs Nikita Kalmikoff/Lee Henning
The Masked Marvel vs The Executioner
Miss Hercules vs Jenny Baxter
 
72/08/22 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
U.S. Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Dan Miller
Ladies Championship: Fabulous Moolah vs Joyce Grable
Tarzan Zorra/Dewey Robertson vs The Beast/Lee Henning
Tony Parisi/Carlos Rochas vs The Love Brothers
Nikita Kalmikoff vs The Executioner
Peggy Patterson vs Dotti Downs
 
1973
 
73/05/29 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Tony Marino/Tony Parisi vs Hans Schmidt/Chris Tolos
Domenic Denucci/The Beast vs Baron Scicluna/Masked Marvel
Lee Henning vs Ron Doner
Shillelagh O’Sullivan vs A Maron
 
73/07/10 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Chris Tolos
Paul DeMarco vs Nick DeCarlo
Tony Parisi/Domenic Denucci vs Baron Scicluna/The Mask
Hans Schmidt/Lee Henning vs Ron Doner/The Beast
Ladies bout featuring The Great Mafelem (Moolah pictured)
 
73/07/24 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Paul DeMarco
*this lineage differentiates a bit from Toronto, this ad may bill Demarco as champ
Tiger had been champ in Toronto previously but was inactive there, The Sheik
started being billed as US champ in Toronto this same month- info from Gary Will’s TWH
Tony Parisi/Domenic Denucci vs Baron Scicluna/Chris Tolos
Hans Schmidt/The Mask vs Ron Doner/The Beast
 
73/07/29 Ajax, ON Ajax Arena – Promoter Phil (Whipper Jr) Watson
The Love Bros vs Whipper Watson Jr (Canadian Jr champ)/Chief War Eagle
Jean Baxter vs Sandra Burchnall
The Mighty Humphrey vs The Mongol
Midgets
 
73/08/13 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Paul DeMarco
Susan Green vs Paula Kaye
Sweet Daddy Siki vs The Masked Marvel
Tony Parisi/Domenic Denucci vs Hans Schmidt/Chris Tolos
The Beast vs The Executioner
 
73/08/21 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Chris Tolos
*See note above, this ad may declare Tolos as champ
Paul DeMarco vs Tony Parisi
The Beast vs Lee Henning
Steve Bolus vs The Executioner
Domenic Denucci vs The Mask
Susan Green vs Paula Kaye
 
1974
 
74/06/16 Whitby, ON Iroquois Park Arena – Wildman (Dave McKigney aka The Beast) Circuit
N-A Title: Archie The Stomper Gouldie DDQ Angelo Mosca
Luis Martinez/Rachel Dubois W The Beast/Tanya West
The Wolfman D Vic Rossatani
Bobo Johnson W Billy The Kid
 
74/06/20 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Handicap Bout: Andre The Giant W/DQ The Love Bros
Tony Parisi W Eric The Animal
Crusader Dewey Robertson/Steve Bolus D Chris Tolos/Lee Henning
The Beast W The Masked Marvel
 
74/08/20 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title: Tiger Jeet Singh W Chris Tolos
The Love Bros W Crusader Dewey Robertson/The Beast
Bulldog Brower D Angelo Mosca
Big Brutus W Golden Boy Apollo
Lee Henning W Ron Doner
 
1975
 
75/06/17 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The McGuire Twins (Billy/Benny) vs The Kelly Twins (Pat/Mike)
Bobo Johnson vs Dirty Morgan
Stan Stasaik vs Billy Red Lyons
Duncan Mactavish vs Chris Tolos
The Beast vs Bobby Bass
 
75/07/09 Whitby, ON Iroquois Park Arena – Wildman (Dave McKigney aka The Beast) Circuit
N-A Title: Tony Paris vs Stan Stasiak
Handicap Bout: Haystack Calhoun vs The Wildman/Bobby Bass
Midgets, Ladies
 
75/07/22 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium Att: 2500
US Title: The Sheik vs Andre The Giant ended in a no-contest when Tiger Jeet entered the ring and Sheik attacked him
International Title: Tiger Jeet Singh vs Don Kent
International Tag Titles: The Kelly Twins vs The Crusaders
Vicki Williams vs Lei Lani Kai
 
75/08/12 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title vs International Title: The Sheik vs Tiger Jeet Singh
Tony Parisi vs Stan Stasiak
Lord Layton vs Don Kent
International Tag Titles: The Kelly Twins vs The Crusaders
 
75/09/14 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Sheik DCOR Athol Layton
Billy Red Lyons/Dewey Robertson W Raoul/Fidel Castillo
Honeygirl Paige/Princess Little Dove W Diamond Lil/Marie LaVeau
Edouard Carpentier W/DQ Chris Tolos
Gino Brito W Don Kent
 
1976
 
76/06/01 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Sheik W Lord Layton
Chris Tolos vs Dom DeNucci
Don Kent/Chris Colt vs Dewey Robertson/Vic Rossitani
Cowboy Lang vs Little Coco
Waldo Von Erich vs Billy Red Lyons
 
76/07/27 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Sheik W Domenic DeNucci (Cage Match)
Billy Red Lyons/Vic Rossitani W Falls Don Kent/Chris Colt
 
76/08/10 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
10 Man Battle Royal entry fee 100$
Andre The Giant, Waldo Von Erich, Chris Colt, Reggie Love, The Wildman 
Vic Rossatani, Chris Tolos, Nick DeCarlo, Billy Red Lyons, Domenic DeNucci
Chris Tolos vs Dom DeNucci
 
1977
 
77/06/14 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
US Title: The Sheik vs Carlos Rocha
Intn’l Tag Ttitles: The Crusaders vs Geeto Mongol/Chris Tolos
Joyce Grable vs Terri Shane
Bulldog Kent vs Steve Bolus
 
77/07/12 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
The Sheik/Don Kent vs Carlos Rocha/Haystack Calhoun
Andre The Giant vs The Kelly Twins
Farmer Pete vs Little Bruiser
Billy Red Lyons vs Chris Tolos
 
77/08/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Edouard Carpentier vs The Sheik
The Wildman vs Smokey The Bear
Tony Parisi vs Geeto Mongol
Billy Red Lyons/Dewey Robertson vs Don Kent/Chris Tolos
 
1978
 
1979
 
79/07/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Bob Backlund/Dino Bravo W/DQ Greg Valentine/Ken Patera
Jim Brunzell W Swede Hanson
Paul Orndorff W Gene Anderson
Jay Youngblood W Masked Blue Devil
Dewey Robertson W Brian Macnee
 
79/08/20 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Ricky Steamboat W John Studd
Andre the Giant Dcor Ken Patera
Jay Youngblood/Pedro Morales W Bob Marcus/Jacques Goulet
Billy Red Lyons W Brute Bernard
John Yachetti W Joe Marcus
 
1980
 
1981
 
81/05/07 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Angelo Mosca/George Wells WJimmy Snuka/Ray Stevens
Dewey Robertson W Kurt Von Hess
Billy Red Lyons W/DQ Swede Hansen
Tony Parisi W Ricky Harris
Frankie Laine D Bruno Sammartino Jr
 
81/06/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Ric Flair/Angelo Mosca D Mr. Fuji/Ivan Koloff
Bruno Sammartino Jr W El Toro
Tony Parisi W Bob Marcus
Dewey Robertson W John Bonello
Billy Red Lyons D Nick DeCarlo
 
81/06/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Roddy Piper/Ray Stevens W/DQ Ric Flair/Tony Parisi
Mr. Fuji W Sweet Ebony Diamond
Bruno Sammartino Jr W Tim Gerrard
Billy Red Lyons W Kurt Von Hess
Frankie Laine D John Bonello
 
81/07/28 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Angelo Mosca DCOR Ray Stevens
Andre the Giant W Mr. Fuji
Tony Parisi/Billy Red Lyons W Goldie Rogers/Bob Marcus
Nick DeCarlo W Tim Gerrard
Steve Bolus D Frankie Laine
 
81/09/02 Whitby, ON Iroquois Park Arena – Wildman (Dave McKigney aka The Beast) Circuit
Luis Martinez W The Sheik – Cage Match
Chris Tolos/Whipper Watson Jr W Blackjack Johnson/Kurt Von Hess
Farmer Pete W Ivan The Terrible
Vic Rossatani D Mike Kelly
 
1982
 
82/05/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Weaver/Billy Red Lyons W/DQ Don Kernodle/Jim Nelson
Angelo Mosca W/COR John Studd
Tony Parisi W Tarzan Tyler
Kelly Kiniski W Tim Horner
Keith Larson W Tito Senza
 
82/08/09 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Jay Youngblood W Gene Anderson
Don Kernodle/Jim Nelson W Johnny Weaver/Billy Red Lyons
Paul Jones W Bill White
Kelly Kiniski W Jim Dalton
Mike Rotundo W Juan Reynosa
 
1983
 
83/08/08 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Johnny Weaver/Mike Rotundo W One Man Gang/Don Kernodle
Little Beaver W Little Brutus
Billy Red Lyons D Jacques Goulet
Kelly Kiniski W Bob Marcus
Joe Marcus W/DQ Magic Dragon
Executioner W Nick DeCarlo
 
1985
 
85/11/05 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 5000)
B. Brian Blair/Jim Brunzell W Iron Mike Sharp/Tiger Chung Lee
Andre the Giant W/DQ King Kong Bundy
Randy Savage W SD Jones
Dino Bravo/King Tonga W Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart
Jesse Ventura W Jose Luis Rivera
Tony Parisi W Rene Goulet
Sunny War Cloud D Dennis Goulet
 
1986
 
86/05/06 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 4000)
Cpl. Kirschner W Nikolai Volkoff
Ricky Steamboat W Iron Sheik
Jacques Rougeau/Raymond Rougeau W Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart
Ted Arcidi W Iron Mike Sharpe
Sivi Afi W Steve Lombard
Tony Parisi W Rene Goulet
Candice Purdue W Judy Martin
 
86/12/02 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Harley Race W/DQ George Steele
Jacques Rougeau/Raymond Rougeau W Samona Sika/Mr. Fuji
Velvet McIntyre W Fabulous Moolah
Samoan Sika W Cpl. Kirschner
Pepe Gomez/Karate Kid W Lord Littlebrook/Little Tokyo
Blackjack Mulligan W Rene Goulet
Pedro Morales W Jimmy Jack Funk
 
1987
 
87/03/18 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 4100)
Davey Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid W/DQ Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart
Koko B. Ware D/COR Danny Davis
Demolition W Jerry Allen/Danny Spivey
SD Jones W Jose Luis Rivera
Tom Magee W Terry Gibbs
Ron Bass W Lanny Poffo
 
87/04/30 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 2800)
Paul Roma won a 14-man battle royal
Brutus Beefcake W Johnny V
Demolition W The Islanders
Jimmy Jack Funk W Frankie Laine
Paul Roma/Jim Powers W The Shadows
Fabulous Moolah W Velvet McIntyre
 
87/09/02 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium
Jake Roberts W/DQ Honkytonk Man
Randy Savage W Nikolai Volkoff
Frenchy Martin W Jerry Allen
Demolition W B. Brian Blair/Jim Brunzell
Ted Dibiase W Koko B. Ware
Sensational Sherri W the Fabulous Moolah
Vladimir Krupoff W Johnny K-9
Chavo Guerrero W Barry Horowitz
 1988 Nov 22 
 
1990
 
90/01/26 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 3769)
Dusty Rhodes W The Big Bossman
Rick Martel W Brutus Beefcake
Hercules W Bob Bradley
The Bushwhackers W Nikolai Volkoff/Boris Zhukov
Bret Hart W/DQ Bad News Brown
Al Perez W Paul Roma
Mark Young W Frenchy Martin
 
1991
 
91/02/16 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 4618)
WWF Title: The Ultimate Warrior L/DQ Sgt. Slaughter
Jake Roberts W Rick Martel
WWF Tag Titles: Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart W Paul Roma/Hercules
The Undertaker W Tugboat
Jimmy Snuka W Demolition Smash

1988 
11/22 Beefcake vs Bass etc 
 
1992
 
92/01/12 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 2000)
WWF Tag Titles: The Legion of Doom W The Natural Disasters
WWF IC Title: Bret Hart W The Mountie
Repo Man W Virgil
Greg Valentine W Hercules
Roddy Piper W/COR Ric Flair
Tito Santana W/DQ Ted Dibiase
Sgt. Slaughter W Col. Mustafa
Chris Walker W The Brooklyn Brawler
 
1993
 
93/05/23 Oshawa, ON Civic Auditorium (Att: 2000)
Ted DiBiase/IRS (Rotundo) W Smokin' Gunns
Crush W/DW Doink The Clown
El Matador (Santana) W Papa Shango
Bob Backlund W/DQ Mr Hughes
Owen Hart W Terry Taylor
Luna Vachon W Sherri Martel
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