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References to the following individuals and organizations are made throughout this section: Al Galento; Andrea Swenson; Archie Moore;
Assassin #1 (01); Assassin #2 (01); the Assassins (01); Baby Cheryl; Bad Boy Hines; Bette Boucher; Betty Ann Spencer; Betty Ross; Billy
Hines; Black Monster #1; Black Monster #2; the Black Monsters (02); Bob Eisenburg; Bob Ellis; Bob Morrow; Bobby Graham; Bobo Brazil;
Carlos Mendoza; Cathy O’Brien; Charlie Smith; Chief Big Heart; Chief Little Eagle; Choo-Choo Lynn; Chris Averoff; Corsica Joe;
Darling Dagmar; Derrell Cochran; Diamond Lil; Dick the Bruiser; Dixie Jordan; Doll Paige; Don Carson; Don McIntyre; Dot Dotson; Dr.
Menendez; Eddie Graham; the Fabulous Moolah; Felix Godo; Frankie Rogers; Fred Hornby; Fred Ward; Fritz Von Erich; Gene Anderson;
George Wolfe; the Green Hornet (04); Greg Peterson; Harry Thornton; the Hermit; the Inferno; Ivan Zukoff; Jack Bence; Jackie Fargo; Jan
Madrid; Joan Lopez; Joe Scarpa; John F. Kennedy; Karl Von Stroheim; Ken Fryer; Ken Hollis (02); Killer Kosti; Lenny Montana; Leon
Smith; Lolita Juarez; Lonnie Brown; Lorenzo Parente; Lou Stinson; Lou Thesz; Luke Graham; Marco Polo; Marcus Godo; Margie Ramsey;
“Matt Burns�; Matt Jewell; the Mighty Hercules; Mike Paidousis; Nick Gulas; the Outlaw (01); Patty Bray; Peggy Allen; Princess Little
Cloud; Ray Gordon; Ray Gunkel; Red Dugan; Ricky Longino; Ronnie Hill; Roy Welch; Skull Von Stroheim; Stan Stasiak (02); Steve
Manderson; Sweet Georgia Brown; Taro Myaki (02); Tarzan Tyler; Tarzan White; Tim Geohagen; Tiny Hampton; Tito Kopa; Tom Drake;
Toni Rose.

October 1, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Bob Morrow
over Red Dugan > Jack Bence and Bob Eisenburg went to a draw > Marco Polo over Chris Averoff > Women’s Match: Peggy Allen
over Margie Ramsey > the Inferno over George Wolfe / Notes: Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

October 2, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions)
> Chris Averoff over George Wolfe > Women’s Match: Peggy Allen over Margie Ramsey > Jack Bence and Bob Morrow went to a draw
at 45:00 > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Marco Polo* over the Inferno by disqualification two falls to one to retain the title / Notes:
Morrow was advertised as having been a wrestling champion in the United States Marine Corps. During the third fall of the Polo-Inferno
match, the Inferno used a cane from his manager to attack Polo while the referee was distracted, and was initially awarded the match
and the title. However, after some discussion, the referee reversed the decision when he learned of the tactics. Frankie Rogers managed
the Inferno. Polo had been the reigning Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since he went over Joe McCarthy on September 25, 1963,
in Columbus.

October 4, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ray Gordon over Felix Godo > Dr. Menendez over Marcus Godo > Lenny Montana over Derrell Cochran > the Outlaw (01) &
the Mighty Hercules over Tim Geohagen & Chief Little Eagle > Eastern Heavyweight Title Match: Chief Big Heart over Tarzan Tyler to win
the title / Notes: The Eastern Heavyweight Title was a creation of the Atlanta office, and the Big Heart-Tyler match was to determine the
inaugural champion. It was announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling Tiny Hampton on the card on October 18, 1963.

October 6, 1963 (Sunday) – Augusta, GA – Fort Gordon Sports Arena (Steve Manderson and Fred Hornby – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ray Gordon and Tarzan Tyler went to a draw > Chief Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle over the Outlaw (01) & the
Mighty Hercules by disqualification

October 7, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ray Gordon over Marcus Godo > the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty Hercules over Derrell Cochran & Tim Geohagen > Lenny
Montana & Tarzan Tyler over Chief Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle by countout

October 8, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Bob Morrow
and Luke Graham went to a draw > the Inferno over George Wolfe > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Marco Polo* over Chris
Averoff to retain the title / Notes: Polo had been the reigning Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since he went over Joe McCarthy on
September 25, 1963, in Columbus. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

October 9, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Chris
Averoff and Jack Bence went to a draw > Luke Graham and Bob Morrow went to a draw at one fall each > Don Carson & Marco Polo over
Al Galento & the Inferno by disqualification two falls to one / Notes: Graham and Morrow were both counted out during the third fall of their
match. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno. George Wolfe was credited as being a referee on this card.

October 11, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Dr. Menendez over Felix Godo > the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty Hercules over Derrell Cochran & Tim Geohagen
> Ray Gordon over Marcus Godo > World Tag Team Title Match: Chief Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle over Lenny Montana & Tarzan Tyler*
to win the title / Notes: It is unclear as to how Montana and Tyler came to be recognized as World Tag Team Champions. The last
reference we have shows Kurt Von Brauner and Karl Von Brauner defending the title against Montana and Tyler on September 27, 1963,
in Atlanta. It was announced that Ivan Zukoff would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

October 14, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Bette Boucher over Dixie Jordan > Ray Gordon and the Mighty Hercules went to a draw > the Outlaw
(01) over Tim Geohagen > Tarzan Tyler over Dr. Menendez > Chief Big Heart over Lenny Montana

October 15, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Al Galento
over Lou Stinson > Luke Graham versus Marco Polo ended in a no contest > Bob Morrow & Choo-Choo Lynn over Frankie Rogers & the
Inferno by disqualification / Notes: Rogers managed the Inferno.

October 16, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Jack Bence over George Wolfe > Bob Morrow and the Green Hornet (04) went to a draw > Tarzan White over Luke Graham
by disqualification > Al Galento & the Inferno over Don Carson & Marco Polo two falls to one / Notes: Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

October 18, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ray Gordon over the Outlaw (01) > Derrell Cochran over Dr. Menendez > Negro Men’s World
Heavyweight Title Match: Bobo Brazil* over Tiny Hampton to retain the title > Ray Gunkel & Chief Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle over Lenny
Montana & Tarzan Tyler & the Mighty Hercules / Notes: Tim Geohagen was the special referee for the Gunkel/Big Heart/Little Eagle-
Montana/Tyler/Hercules match. Following the match, Big Heart claimed that when the Outlaw came to ringside, he had handed a foreign
object to Hercules, which was later used to injure Big Heart. The origin of the Negro Men’s World Heavyweight Title is unclear to us at
this time. It was announced that Lou Thesz would be wrestling on the card on November 1, 1963, and that Dick the Bruiser would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon.

October 21, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ivan Zukoff over Tim Geohagen > Tito Kopa and the Outlaw (01) went to a draw > Ray Gordon over the Mighty Hercules by
disqualification > Chief Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle over Lenny Montana & Tarzan Tyler by disqualification

October 22, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Chris Averoff
over George Wolfe > the Inferno over Ken Hollis (02) > Al Galento & Luke Graham over Bob Morrow & Marco Polo / Notes: Frankie Rogers
managed the Inferno.

October 23, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Chris Averoff over Don Carson at 15:00 > Hair versus Mask Match: Bob Morrow over the Green Hornet (04) > Al Galento &
the Inferno over Ken Hollis (02) & Marco Polo / Notes: As part of the stipulation, the Hornet was forced to unmask following the match
against Morrow, and was identified as Bob Eisenburg. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

October 25, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Lenny Montana over Ivan Zukoff > Tim Geohagen & Chief Little Eagle over Tito Kopa & the Outlaw (01) >
Women’s World Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* over Toni Rose to retain the title > Ray Gordon over Tarzan Tyler > Eastern
Heavyweight Title Match: the Mighty Hercules over Chief Big Heart* to win the title / Notes: Moolah had been billed as Women’s World
Champion since she went over Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. However, she was not considered the undisputed
champion until June Byers retired with her title, won in Atlanta on August 20, 1954, in a win over Mildred Burke, until Byers retired in 1964.
Big Heart had been the reigning Eastern Heavyweight Champion since he went over Tyler to become the inaugural champion on October
4, 1963, in Atlanta.

October 28, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen and Tito Kopa went to a draw > Ray Gordon over Ivan Zukoff > Chief Little Eagle over the Outlaw (01) by
disqualification > the Mighty Hercules over Chief Big Heart > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Lou Thesz* over Tarzan Tyler to retain
the title / Notes: Thesz had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went over Buddy Rogers on January 24, 1963,
in Toronto, ON.

October 29, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Chris Averoff
over Ken Hollis (02) > Al Galento & Luke Graham over Lonnie Brown & Marco Polo > the Inferno over Bob Morrow / Notes: Frankie Rogers
managed the Inferno.

October 30, 1963 (Wednesday) – Calhoun, GA – Calhoun High School Gymnasium (Nick Gulas, Roy Welch, and Harry Thornton –
Promoters) > Carlos Mendoza versus the Hermit > Jackie Fargo & Corsica Joe versus Karl Von Stroheim & Skull Von Stroheim

October 30, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Lonnie Brown over Al Galento by disqualification > Luke Graham over George Wolfe > Bob Morrow over Chris Averoff >
Marco Polo over Red Dugan > Luke Graham & the Inferno over Ken Hollis (02) & Bob Morrow > Battle Royal: Bob Morrow (Winner); Chris
Averoff, Lonnie Brown, Red Dugan, Al Galento, Luke Graham, Ken Hollis (02), the Inferno, Marco Polo, and George Wolfe also
participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

November 1, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tito Kopa over Tim Geohagen > the Outlaw (01) over Derrell Cochran > Ray Gordon over Ivan Zukoff > Chief
Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle over Lenny Montana & Tarzan Tyler > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Lou Thesz* over the Mighty
Hercules to retain the title / Notes: Thesz had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went over Buddy Rogers on
January 24, 1963, in Toronto, ON. It was announced that Eddie Graham and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01))
would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

November 3, 1963 (Sunday) – Augusta, GA – Fort Gordon Sports Arena (Steve Manderson and Fred Hornby – Promoters / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah over Princess Little Cloud > Ray Gordon over Lenny Montana >
Chief Little Eagle over Ivan Zukoff

November 4, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Matt Jewell over Leon Smith > Lenny Montana over Gene Anderson > Tim Geohagen over Ivan Zukoff > Ray Gordon and the
Outlaw (01) went to a draw > Chief Big Heart over the Mighty Hercules by disqualification

November 5, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Ronnie Hill
and Al Galento went to a draw > Luke Graham over Lonnie Brown > Bob Morrow and the Inferno went to a draw > Jack Bence over Ken
Fryer > Bob Morrow & Ronnie Hill & Lonnie Brown over Al Galento & Luke Graham & the Inferno by disqualification / Notes: Frankie
Rogers managed the Inferno.

November 6, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Ronnie Hill and the Inferno went to a draw > Lonnie Brown over Luke Graham by disqualification > Southeastern Tag
Team Title Tournament: Luke Graham & Al Galento over Jack Bence & Ronnie Hill to advance; Lonnie Brown & Bob Morrow over Bob
Eisenburg & the Inferno to advance; and Graham & Galento over Brown & Morrow to win the title / Notes: The tournament for the
Southeastern Tag Team Title was to determine inaugural champions. Eisenburg turned on the Inferno following their match against
Brown and Morrow because he was upset with the Inferno’s questionable tactics. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

November 8, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen over Ivan Zukoff > Negro Men’s Southern Heavyweight Title Match: Matt Jewell* over Leon
Smith to retain the title > Ray Gordon over Gene Anderson > American Tag Team Match: Ray Gunkel & Chief Big Heart & Chief Little
Eagle over Lenny Montana & the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty Hercules / Notes: Jewell had been billed as Negro Men’s Southern
Heavyweight Champion since June 26, 1963. It was announced that Dick the Bruiser would be wrestling on the card on November 15,
1963, and that Joe Scarpa would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

November 11, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen over Tito Kopa by disqualification > Derrell Cochran and Ivan Zukoff went to a draw > Chief Little Eagle over
Gene Anderson > the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty Hercules over Ray Gordon & Chief Little Eagle

November 13, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Killer Kosti over Bob Eisenburg at 6:00 > Bob Morrow and the Inferno went to a draw at 60:00 > Southeastern Tag Team
Title Match: Luke Graham & Al Galento* over Choo-Choo Lynn & Tarzan White two falls to one to retain the title / Notes: Graham & Galento
had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went over Morrow and Lonnie Brown in a tournament final on
November 6, 1963, in Columbus. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno. It was reported that 900 were in attendance for this card. It was
also noted that there was a “negro battle royal� and three boxing matches, but no other details were provided following the card.

November 15, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Gene Anderson over Tito Kopa > Tim Geohagen over Ivan Zukoff > Derrell Cochran over Lenny Montana >
Ray Gordon and the Outlaw (01) went to a draw > Dick the Bruiser versus the Mighty Hercules ended in a no contest / Notes: The Bruiser-
Hercules match was billed as a “Battle of the Brutes�. It was announced that Bob Ellis and Taro Myaki (02) would be wrestling in
Atlanta soon.

November 18, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah over Bette Boucher > Gene Anderson over Tito Kopa > Tim Geohagen and Ivan
Zukoff went to a draw > the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty Hercules and Derrell Cochran & Chief Little Eagle went to a draw

November 19, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Jack Bence
and Killer Kosti went to a draw > Women’s Match: Joan Lopez over Patty Bray > the Inferno over Bob Eisenburg > Southeastern Tag
Team Title Match: Luke Graham & Al Galento* over Bob Morrow & Lonnie Brown to retain the title / Notes: Graham and Galento had been
the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went over Brown and Morrow in a tournament final on November 6, 1963, in
Columbus. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

November 20, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Killer Kosti over Red Dugan > Women’s Match: Patty Bray over Lolita Juarez at 10:00 > Jack Bence over the Inferno by
disqualification > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Luke Graham & Al Galento* versus Bob Eisenburg & Bob Morrow ended in a no
contest; Graham & Galento retained the title / Notes: Graham and Galento had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions
since they went over Morrow and Lonnie Brown in a tournament final on November 6, 1963, in Columbus. Frankie Rogers managed the
Inferno.

November 22, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ivan Zukoff over Gene Anderson > Tim Geohagen over Tito Kopa > Tim Geohagen & Chief Big Heart over
Lenny Montana & Tito Kopa > Chief Big Heart over Lenny Montana > Eddie Graham & Chief Little Eagle over the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty
Hercules / Notes: Despite the assassination of President John F. Kennedy earlier in the day, the card went on as scheduled. During the
Graham/Little Eagle-Outlaw/Hercules match, Little Eagle removed the Outlaw’s mask. He was not immediately identified, but was
later reported to have been “Matt Burns�. He continued to wrestle with the mask afterward. It was announced that Tom Drake
would be wrestling on the card on November 29, 1963, and that Fritz Von Erich and Corsica Joe would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

November 25, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Corsica Joe over Gene Anderson > Lenny Montana and Tim Geohagen went to a draw > Chief Big Heart over Ivan Zukoff >
Joe Scarpa & Chief Little Eagle over the Outlaw (01) & the Mighty Hercules

November 26, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Ronnie Hill
& Killer Kosti over Al Galento & the Inferno by disqualification > Women’s Tag Team Match: Patty Bray & Cathy O’Brien over Joan
Lopez & Dot Dotson > Bob Morrow versus Luke Graham ended in a no contest / Notes: Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

November 27, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Ronnie Hill and the Inferno went to a draw > Women’s Tag Team Match: Patty Bray & Cathy O’Brien over Dot
Dotson & Lolita Juarez > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Bob Morrow & Killer Kosti over Luke Graham & Al Galento* by
disqualification; Graham & Galento retained the title / Notes: Graham & Galento had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team
Champions since they went over Morrow and Lonnie Brown in a tournament final on November 6, 1963, in Columbus. Frankie Rogers
managed the Inferno.

November 29, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Corsica Joe over Gene Anderson > Taro Myaki (02) over Tim Geohagen > Tom Drake & Chief Big Heart over
Ivan Zukoff & the Outlaw (01) > Joe Scarpa over Lenny Montana > Eastern Heavyweight Title Match: Eddie Graham over the Mighty
Hercules* to win the title / Notes: Hercules had been the reigning Eastern Heavyweight Champion since he went over Big Heart on
October 25, 1963, in Atlanta. It was announced that Dick the Bruiser would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

December 2, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Outlaw (01) over Ivan Zukoff > Corsica Joe and Chief Big Heart went to a draw > Tim Geohagen over Taro Myaki (02) by
disqualification > Texas Death Match: Chief Little Eagle over Lenny Montana > the Mighty Hercules over Joe Scarpa

December 3, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Luke
Graham over Killer Kosti > Bob Morrow over Al Galento > Marco Polo over Chris Averoff > Texas Style Battle Royal: Bob Morrow and Marco
Polo (Co-Winners); Chris Averoff, Al Galento, the Inferno, Ronnie Hill, Killer Kosti, and Luke Graham also participated / Notes: It is unclear
as to the reason for the battle royal. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

December 4, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Killer Kosti over Ricky Longino at 8:00 > Marco Polo & Choo-Choo Lynn over Chris Averoff & the Inferno two falls to one >
Bob Morrow over Luke Graham by disqualification two falls to one / Notes: Graham was disqualified in the third fall of his match against
Morrow when he attacked him immediately upon entering the ring and the referee lost control. It was reported that Morrow was rushed to
the hospital and that it was determined he had suffered a concussion. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno. Ward told reporters that
doctors had stopped the bleeding, but that Morrow was complaining of a headache and sore throat.

December 6, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Corsica Joe & the Outlaw (01) over Tim Geohagen & Gene Anderson > Joe Scarpa over Ivan Zukoff > Chief
Little Eagle over Lenny Montana > Taro Myaki (02) over Chief Big Heart > Eastern Heavyweight Title versus Mask Match (No Time Limit):
Eddie Graham* over the Mighty Hercules to retain the title / Notes: Graham was declared the winner of his match when Hercules was
deemed unable to continue. Since he lost due to a referee decision, he was not forced to unmask as per the stipulation. Graham had
been the reigning Eastern Heavyweight Champion since he went over Hercules on November 29, 1963, in Atlanta.

December 9, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen and the Outlaw (01) went to a draw > Taro Myaki (02) over Gene Anderson > Chief Big Heart & Chief Little
Eagle over Ivan Zukoff & Corsica Joe > Joe Scarpa versus the Mighty Hercules ended in a no contest

December 10, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Bob
Morrow and the Inferno went to a draw > Billy Hines & Bad Boy Hines over Chris Averoff & Killer Kosti > Southeastern Heavyweight Title
Match: Luke Graham over Marco Polo* to win the title / Notes: Polo had been the reigning Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since he
went over Joe McCarthy on September 25, 1963, in Columbus. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

December 11, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Greg Peterson over the Inferno > Billy Hines & Bad Boy Hines over Marco Polo & Killer Kosti two falls to none > Bob
Morrow over Luke Graham two falls to one / Notes: Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno.

December 13, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran over Gene Anderson > Tom Drake over the Outlaw (01) > Joe Scarpa versus Tim Geohagen > World Tag
Team Title Match: Chief Big Heart & Chief Little Eagle* over Taro Myaki (02) & Corsica Joe to retain the title > Boxing Match: Ray Gunkel
over the Mighty Hercules by technical knockout in the fourth round / Notes: Archie Moore was the special referee for the Gunkel-Hercules
match. Big Heart and Little Eagle had been the reigning World Tag Team Champions since they went over Lenny Montana and Tarzan
Tyler on October 11, 1963, in Atlanta.

December 16, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ivan Zukoff over Gene Anderson > Loser Leaves Match: Tim Geohagen over the Outlaw (01) > Chief Big Heart & Chief Little
Eagle versus Taro Myaki (02) & Corsica Joe ended in a no contest > Boxing Match: Joe Scarpa over the Mighty Hercules / Notes: Archie
Moore was a special referee for the Scarpa-Hercules match.

December 17, 1963 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Luke
Graham over Killer Kosti > Women’s Match: Betty Ann Spencer over Sweet Georgia Brown > Billy Hines & Bad Boy Hines over Greg
Peterson & Marco Polo

December 18, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Women’s Match: Betty Ann Spencer versus Sweet Georgia Brown > Billy Hines & Bad Boy Hines versus Greg
Peterson & Jan Madrid > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Morrow over Luke Graham* by disqualification; Graham retained the
title / Notes: Graham had been the reigning Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since he went over Marco Polo on December 10,
1963, in Macon.

December 20, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ivan Zukoff & Corsica Joe over Tim Geohagen & Gene Anderson > Chief Big Heart over the Outlaw (01) > Joe
Scarpa over Taro Myaki (02) > Midget Women’s Tag Team Match: Darling Dagmar & Doll Paige over Diamond Lil & Baby Cheryl > No
Disqualification / No Time Limit / No Countout Match: Eddie Graham over the Mighty Hercules / Notes: During the Graham-Hercules
match, Graham removed Hercules’ mask to identify him as Bobby Graham. He continued to wrestle under the mask afterward. It was
announced that Princess Little Cloud and the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) would be wrestling on the card
on December 27, 1963, that Tarzan Tyler would be wrestling in Atlanta on January 3, 1964, and that Lorenzo Parente and Stan Stasiak
(02) would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

December 23, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Mixed Tag Team Match: Toni Rose & Darling Dagmar over Bette Boucher & Diamond Lil > Tim Geohagen
over Gene Anderson > Chief Little Eagle over Ivan Zukoff > Corsica Joe versus Chief Big Heart ended in a no contest

December 25, 1963 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward
Promotions) > Women’s Match: Andrea Swenson over Betty Ross by forfeit > Choo-Choo Lynn over the Inferno by disqualification >
Billy Hines & Bad Boy Hines over the Black Monsters (02) (Black Monster #1 & Black Monster #2) two falls to one > Southeastern Tag
Team Title Match: Bob Eisenburg & Bob Morrow over Luke Graham & Al Galento* two falls to one to win the title / Notes: Swenson was
declared the winner of the her match by forfeit when Ross failed to appear. Per a stipulation in the Hines-Monsters match, the Monster
who was pinned in the third fall was supposed to unmask. However, he refused, so the Hines’ and the referee forcibly removed it,
but the other Monster covered his head with a towel before identification could be made. The Inferno was disqualified in his match
against Lynn for throwing fire. Frankie Rogers managed the Inferno. Graham and Galento had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team
Champions since they went over Morrow and Lonnie Brown in a tournament final on November 6, 1963, in Columbus. The Columbus
Ledger noted that Lynn was the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion. Lynn had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion
since he went over Honey Boy Hannigan on July 30, 1963, in Macon. This version of the title and the one that would later extend from
1964 through 1981 were not the same.

December 27, 1963 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [
Program] (Don McIntyre – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ivan Zukoff over Gene Anderson > Corsica Joe over Tim Geohagen > Chief Big Heart over Mike Paidousis >
Women’s Match: Bette Boucher over Princess Little Cloud > Eddie Graham & Joe Scarpa over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
& Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee on this card.

December 30, 1963 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: the Mighty Hercules (Winner) / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason or other participants for the battle royal.