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BVRF05: Eddie Gilbert Fan
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courtesy of Clawmaster

5/20/64 Columbus, GA @ Municipal Auditorium
Saul Weingeroff & Kurt Von Brauner & Karl Von Brauner vs Al Galento & Billy Hines & Jimmy Bad Boy Hines
Gene Murphy vs Mighty Jumbo
Lou Stinson vs Wildman Phillips
Greg Peterson vs Juan Sebastian

5/20/66 Atlanta, GA @ Paul Jones Sports Arena
Enrique Torres & Alberto Torres beat The Medics dq
The Infernos beat Bobby Shane & Mario Galento
Buddy Fuller beat Swede Karlson
Louie Tillet beat Chief Crazy Horse
Danny Little Bear beat Jack Vansky

5/20/69 Macon, GA @ City Auditorium
Grizzly Smith beat The Professional
Los Toros beat Tim Geohagen & Dennis Hall
Skandor Akbar drew Little John

5/20/70 Columbus, GA
Nick Bockwinkel beat Doug Gilbert dq
Assassin II beat The Crusader
Bill Dromo beat George Harris

5/20/72 Columbus TV @ Sports Arena
Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto beat Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe
Buddy Colt no contest Assassin II
Vicky Williams beat Toni Rose
Ox Baker & Mr. X beat Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn
Billy Spears beat Mike George


5/20/74 Augusta, GA @ Bell Auditorium
Lights Out Match
Art Nelson vs Robert Fuller
14 man over the top battle royal for $5,324 (featuring Andre the Giant)
No dq Match
Ronnie Garvin & Terry Garvin vs Mr. Wrestling II & Jerry Brisco
Bobby Duncum vs Bob Armstrong
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson vs Dennis Stamp & Steve Keirn
Bob Sweetan vs Jerry Oates

5/20/75 Macon, GA @ Coliseum
Toru Tanaka beat Bob Armstrong
Handicap Match
Andre the Giant beat Don Greene & Jerry Lawler
Jerry Brisco & Rocky Johnson beat Cowboy Parker & Ken Dillinger dq
Mike Stallings beat Billy Raven
Don Kent drew Larry Zbyszko

5/20/77 Atlanta, GA @ Municipal Auditorium
Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson beat Paul Jones (sub Mr Wrestling I) & Thunderbolt Patterson dq
Georgia Champion Paul Jones beat Dr. X
Mr. Wrestling II beat Dick Slater
Bill Watts beat Lars Anderson
Waldo Von Erich beat Don Kernodle
Randy Savage beat Abe Jacobs

5/20/79 Marietta, GA @ Cobb County Civic Center
Wahoo McDaniel & Mad Dog Vachon beat Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff COR
Masked Superstar beat Dick Slater
Bob Armstrong drew Blackjack Lanza
Tommy Rich beat Bill Howard
Carl Fergie drew Genichiro Tenryu

5/20/81 Columbus
Freebirds beat Tommy Rich & Ted Dibiase & Ricky Gibson
Ken Patera beat Roberto Soto
Mike Sharpe beat French Angel
Steve O beat Scott Irwin
Jim Duggan beat Tommy Wright


5/20/84 Atlanta, GA @ Omni
National Tag Team Title Tournament:
Ted DiBiase & the Spoiler beat Jerry Lawler & Austin Idol
Sweet Brown Sugar & the Junkyard Dog beat Tommy Rogers & Tully Blanchard
Jake Roberts & Great Kabuki beat Brad Armstrong & Ronnie Garvin
Road Warriors beat Ole Anderson & Stan Hansen dq
Sweet Brown Sugar & Junkyard Dog beat Ted DiBiase & the Spoiler
King Kong Bundy & King Konga beat Jake Roberts & Kabuki dq
Road Warriors beat Sweet Brown Sugar & Junkyard Dog to win title
NWA Junior Heavyweight Champion Les Thornton dcor Tim Horner

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Tully Blanchard & Tommy Rogers teaming up? Weird.
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They weren't together that often, but Jake Roberts and Kabuki made an interesting team. What I don't remember is whether either Paul Ellering (who was managing Jake at the time) or Gary Hart (Kabuki's manager) or both or neither were in that team's corner during these matches.
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quote:
Originally posted by REO Speeddealer:
Tully Blanchard & Tommy Rogers teaming up? Weird.

Real weird.

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quote:
Originally posted by Mr. Parts Unknown:
They weren't together that often, but Jake Roberts and Kabuki made an interesting team. What I don't remember is whether either Paul Ellering (who was managing Jake at the time) or Gary Hart (Kabuki's manager) or both or neither were in that team's corner during these matches.

Probably Ellering. Hart split with Kabuki following the 5/6/84 Parade of Champions after Kabuki decided to work dates for Fritz.
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quote:
Originally posted by REO Speeddealer:
quote:
Originally posted by Mr. Parts Unknown:
They weren't together that often, but Jake Roberts and Kabuki made an interesting team. What I don't remember is whether either Paul Ellering (who was managing Jake at the time) or Gary Hart (Kabuki's manager) or both or neither were in that team's corner during these matches.

Probably Ellering. Hart split with Kabuki following the 5/6/84 Parade of Champions after Kabuki decided to work dates for Fritz.
Are we sure this wasn't Magic Dragon?

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by REO Speeddealer:
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Originally posted by Mr. Parts Unknown:
They weren't together that often, but Jake Roberts and Kabuki made an interesting team. What I don't remember is whether either Paul Ellering (who was managing Jake at the time) or Gary Hart (Kabuki's manager) or both or neither were in that team's corner during these matches.

Probably Ellering. Hart split with Kabuki following the 5/6/84 Parade of Champions after Kabuki decided to work dates for Fritz.
Are we sure this wasn't Magic Dragon?
Could be, based on what Gary Hart mentioned in his book. But I seem to remember the genuine article being in Georgia briefly in '84.
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By 1984 Magic Dragon had returned to Japan. This was the genuine Kabuki.
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