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CARDS & RESULTS: 1970s
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References to the following individuals and organizations are made throughout this section: Argentina Apollo; Assassin #1 (01);
Assassin #2 (01); the Assassins (01); the Avenger (02); Bepo; Bill Dromo; Bill Hartman; Billy Spears; Bob Armstrong; Bobo Brazil; Buddy
Colt; Buddy Fuller; the Champ; Charlie Smith; Choo-Choo Lynn; Cisco Grimaldo; the Cougar (02); Darling Dagmar; Debbie Johnson;
Derrell Cochran; Diamond Lil; Dick Shannon; Dick Steinborn; Don McIntyre; Dory Funk, Jr.; Ed Capral; Eddie Smith; El Mongol; the
Fabulous Moolah; Flash Monroe; Fred Ward; Freddie Blassie; George Grant; Haystacks Calhoun; J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams; Jerry Oates;
Jim Carlisle; Jim McKinney; John Sullivan; Karl Von Stroheim; Koa Tiki; L.D. Lewis; Lester Welch; Lilly Thomas; Little John (01); Man
Mountain Mike; Mike Burns; Mike George; Mike Paidousis; Mr. X (19); Oki Shikina; Ox Baker; Paul Jones (01); Paula Kaye; Ray Gunkel;
Roberto Soto; Rocket Monroe; Sandy Parker; Sputnik Monroe; Tarzan Tyler; Tim Geohagen; Tippi Wells; Toni Rose; Vicky Williams.

April 1, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan over Buddy Colt by disqualification > Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates over Ox Baker & Oki Shikina > Billy Spears over the Champ /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral.

April 4, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan over Karl Von Stroheim > Rocket Monroe over the Champ > Koa Tiki over Mr. X (19) > Jerry Oates & Roberto Soto over Billy
Spears & Buddy Colt > Boxing Match: Bill Dromo over Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X.

April 7, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears over Cisco Grimaldo > John Sullivan over Ox Baker > Women’s Match: Lilly Thomas over Sandy Parker >
Koa Tiki over Assassin #1 (01) > Roberto Soto & L.D. Lewis over Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn over Assassin #2 (01)
> El Mongol over Bepo / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn
participated in an autograph session for fans. It was announced that Haystacks Calhoun, Mike Burns, and Tarzan Tyler would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon.

April 8, 1972 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter) > Georgia Heavyweight Title
Match: Buddy Colt over El Mongol* to win the title / Notes: Mongol had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Colt on January 25, 1972, in Macon.

April 11, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike
George over Karl Von Stroheim > Women’s Match: Sandy Parker over Lilly Thomas > Koa Tiki over Mr. X (19) > Bill Dromo & Jerry
Oates & Roberto Soto & Choo-Choo Lynn over Billy Spears & Buddy Colt & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01)
managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X.

April 14, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mike Burns and Mr. X (19) went to a draw > Tim Geohagen over Karl Von Stroheim > Ox Baker over Koa Tiki > Bill Dromo over Buddy
Colt > Boxing Match: Roberto Soto over Billy Spears > Dick Steinborn & John Sullivan over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Von Stroheim and Mr. X. Steinborn participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 15, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan over Mr. X (19) by disqualification > Bill Dromo & Mike Burns over Ox Baker & Oki Shikina > Billy Spears over the Champ / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Baker joined Capral and
issued a challenge to Ray Gunkel, claiming Gunkel had injured the Cougar (02) during a match in Chicago, and prior to that Baker and
the Cougar had planned on teaming and chasing titles.

April 18, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan over Oki Shikina > Koa Tiki over Karl Von Stroheim > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto ended in a no contest > Bob Armstrong &
Bill Dromo & Choo-Choo Lynn over Buddy Colt & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe / Notes: Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim.

April 21, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Rocket Monroe over the Champ > Jerry Oates and Assassin #1 (01) went to a draw > John Sullivan over Ox Baker by disqualification >
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Steinborn over Buddy Colt* by disqualification; Colt retained the title > Assassin #2 (01) over Bill
Dromo > Brass Knuckles Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Roberto Soto over Billy Spears / Notes: Colt had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over El Mongol on April 8, 1972, in Griffin. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for
this card. Sullivan participated in an autograph session for fans.

April 22, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn over Karl Von Stroheim > Assassin #2 (01) over Jerry Oates > Rocket Monroe over Mike Burns / Notes: This was taped for the â
€œGeorgia Championship Wrestlingâ€� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Von Stroheim.

April 25, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan and Oki Shikina went to a draw > Koa Tiki over Buddy Colt > Roberto Soto over Billy Spears > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bill
Dromo & Bob Armstrong over Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe* to win the title / Notes: The Monroes had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they went over Dromo and Armstrong on January 25, 1972, in Macon.

April 26, 1972 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Oates versus the Champ > Mike Burns versus Oki Shikina > Billy Spears versus John Sullivan > Rocket Monroe &
Flash Monroe versus Dick Steinborn & El Mongol

April 28, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > John Sullivan over the Avenger (02) > Bill Dromo versus Assassin #1 (01) > Ox Baker & Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe over
Jerry Oates & Bob Armstrong & El Mongol > Roberto Soto over Buddy Colt > No Time Limit / No Disqualification Match: Assassin #2 (01)
over Dick Steinborn / Notes: The Dromo-Assassin #1 match was cancelled for unknown reasons. Assassin #2 had vowed to remove his
mask if he could not defeat Steinborn. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Steinborn participated in an autograph
session for fans.

April 29, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > El
Mongol over Mr. X (19) > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe over Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong > John Sullivan over Ox Baker by
disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Baker
and Mongol got into a brawl on this episode. It was reported that Baker injured Sullivan during their match.

May 2, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry Oates
and Mr. X (19) went to a draw > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & El Mongol over Ox Baker & Oki Shikina & Assassin #1 (01) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Koa Tiki over Buddy Colt* by disqualification; Colt retained the title > Texas Death Match: Billy Spears over
Roberto Soto / Notes: Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Mongol on April 8, 1972, in Griffin.

May 5, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Avenger (02) over Cisco Grimaldo > Karl Von Stroheim over Bill Dromo > Jerry Oates and Billy Spears went to a draw >
Dick Steinborn over Mike Burns > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe versus the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))
ended in a no contest > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto over Buddy Colt* to win the title > Ox Baker over El Mongol /
Notes: Colt had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Mongol on April 8, 1972, in Griffin. Eddie Smith
was credited as being a referee for this card. Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 6, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox Baker
over Bill Dromo > Jerry Oates & Koa Tiki over Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe > the Avenger (02) over Oki Shikina / Notes: This was taped
for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Tim Geohagen joined Capral to issue a
challenge to anyone who could break his sleeper hold, and would pay $1,000 if it could be done.

May 9, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy Colt &
Karl Von Stroheim over Cisco Grimaldo & Koa Tiki > Women’s World Title Match: Vicky Williams over the Fabulous Moolah* by
disqualification; Moolah retained the title > Taped Fists Match (No Time Limit): Roberto Soto over Billy Spears > Macon Tag Team Title
Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) over Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong* 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. Dromo and
Armstrong had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went over Rocket Monroe and Flash Monroe on April 25, 1972,
in Macon.

May 10, 1972 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Avenger (02) over Cisco Grimaldo > Karl Von Stroheim over Mike George > Jerry Oates over Oki Shikina by
disqualification > Koa Tiki over Assassin #1 (01) > Bepo versus El Mongol ended in a no contest / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo.

May 12, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Mr. X (19) > Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe versus Koa Tiki & the Avenger (02) > Women’s World
Title Match: the Fabulous Moolah* over Vicky Williams to retain the title > Roberto Soto over Billy Spears > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Dick Steinborn & El Mongol > Ox Baker over Bepo / Notes: Moolah had
been billed as Women’s World Champion since she went over Judy Grable on September 18, 1956, in Baltimore, MD. The
Assassins had been billed as Georgia Tag Team Champions since March 18, 1972, after Jones announced they should have been
declared the winners in their match against then champions Ray Gunkel and Buddy Fuller on March 10, 1972. Assassin #1 managed
Bepo. Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 13, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto & the Avenger (02) and Bepo & Mr. X (19) went to a draw > Ox Baker over Mike Burns > Tim Geohagen over Oki Shikina / Notes: This
was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 (01) managed Bepo.

May 16, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bepo & Mr.
X (19) over Tim Geohagen & John Sullivan > Oki Shikina over Mike Burns > Dick Steinborn and Buddy Colt went to a draw at 45:00 >
Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Koa Tiki over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* by
disqualification; the Assassins retained the title / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. The Assassins were disqualified in their match
against Armstrong and Tiki when Assassin #1 entered the ring illegally and dropkicked Tiki, keeping him from removing the mask of
Assassin #2. The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went over Armstrong and Bill Dromo on
May 9, 1972, in Macon.

May 19, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Mike Burns versus Mr. X (19) > Tim Geohagen over Karl Von Stroheim > the Avenger (02) over Oki Shikina > Roberto Soto and Ox Baker
went to a draw > Tornado Tag Team Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) over Rocket Monroe & Flash
Monroe > El Mongol versus Bepo ended in a no contest / Notes: Assassin #1 managed Bepo. Charlie Smith was credited as being a
referee for this card. Geohagen participated in an autograph session for fans.

May 20, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn and Buddy Colt went to a draw > the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) over Jerry Oates & Tim Geohagen
> Roberto Soto versus Karl Von Stroheim / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Ox Baker joined Capral and announced that he believed Ray Gunkel was avoiding his challenge to a match, but
Capral squelched that when he reminded Baker that Gunkel had already signed and was simply waiting on Baker to do the same. It was
announced that there had been some takers for Tim Geohagen’s challenge to break the sleeper hold and win $1,000, and that the
first attempt would happen on May 27, 1972, on television.

May 20, 1972 (Saturday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Sports Arena (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Billy Spears over Mike George > Ox Baker & Mr. X (19) over Bill Dromo & Dick Steinborn > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams over Toni
Rose > Buddy Colt versus Assassin #2 (01) ended in a no contest > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto over Rocket Monroe & Flash Monroe
/ Notes: This was for the locally televised “Columbus Championship Wrestling�, hosted by Jim Carlisle and broadcast live on
WRBL Channel 3.

May 23, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates and Karl Von Stroheim went to a draw > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah over Tippi Wells > Bob Armstrong & Derrell
Cochran & Dick Steinborn over Ox Baker & Oki Shikina & Assassin #1 (01) > Koa Tiki versus Assassin #2 (01) ended in a no contest /
Notes: The Tiki-Assassin #2 match ended when Tiki tried to unmask Assassin #2, but he retreated to the dressing room in order to
maintain his identity.

May 26, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> Koa Tiki over Cisco Grimaldo > John Sullivan and the Avenger (02) went to a draw > Tim Geohagen over Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong
over Billy Spears > Roberto Soto & Dick Steinborn over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Ox Baker over Buddy
Colt by disqualification / Notes: Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. The Avenger
participated in an autograph session for fans. According to the program for this card, it was reported that Buddy Fuller had recently
undergone surgery for a severe back injury, said to be caused by the Assassins some time back. It said he was recuperating in Tampa,
FL, and would be out of action for several months. However, Fuller, who had held shares in the company since he bought out Don
McIntyre in July 1964, is believed to have swapped his interests with brother Lester Welch, and was no involved as a partner in the
Tampa, FL, office. Welch would have then become part owner in the Atlanta office, with Jones, Gunkel, and Bill Hartman. It is unclear
when Freddie Blassie sold his portion, but it is believed to have been prior to this time.

May 27, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roberto
Soto over Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong over Buddy Colt by disqualification > Mr. X (19) over Mike George / Notes: This was taped for the â
€œGeorgia Championship Wrestlingâ€� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Billy Spears joined Capral to announce that he was
now managing Colt. Tim Geohagen faced two men accepting the challenge he had issued weeks back, saying that no one could break
his sleeper hold. The first, no name noted, apparently put up no serious fight to escape the hold. The second, however, managed to
break free from the hold. Capral interviewed him, and he announced his name as Jim McKinney. It has been said that McKinney had no
prior wrestling experience, but when he legitimately broke the hold, he was duped into using the money he won as a fee for training that
resulted in a brief career afterwards.

May 30, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen over the Champ > Derrell Cochran over Karl Von Stroheim > Jerry Oates and Oki Shikina went to a draw > Bob Armstrong &
Dick Steinborn over Ox Baker & Assassin #1 (01) > Koa Tiki over Assassin #2 (01) by disqualification / Notes: Assassin #2 was
disqualified by referee Eddie Smith during his match against Tiki for using karate. Tiki retaliated by removing Assassin #2’s mask,
but his face was quickly covered by Assassin #1 and his identity could not be revealed. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be
wrestling in Macon on June 13, 1972.

June 2, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
> John Sullivan over Cisco Grimaldo > Tim Geohagen over Rocket Monroe > Midget Women’s Match: Diamond Lil over Darling
Dagmar > El Mongol over Assassin #1 (01) > Bob Armstrong over Flash Monroe > Dick Steinborn over Assassin #2 (01) > Roberto Soto
over Buddy Colt / Notes: Billy Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Dagmar participated in an
autograph session for fans. It was announced that Argentina Apollo, Sputnik Monroe, Dick Shannon, Bobo Brazil, Man Mountain Mike,
Haystacks Calhoun, and Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

June 3, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ox
Baker over Koa Tiki > Jerry Oates versus Buddy Colt > Roberto Soto versus Mr. X (19) / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia
Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Billy Spears managed Colt.

June 6, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Armstrong over Mr. X (19) > Jerry Oates & the Avenger (02) over Rocket Monroe & Oki Shikina > Bob Armstrong & Derrell Cochran & Jerry
Oates & the Avenger (02) over Ox Baker & Rocket Monroe & Oki Shikina & Mr. X (19) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: El Mongol & Koa Tiki
over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* by disqualification; the Assassins / Notes: The Assassins had been the
reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went over Armstrong and Bill Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon.

June 9, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears versus Koa Tiki > the Avenger (02) over Buddy Colt > Women’s Tag Team Match: Vicky Williams & Debbie
Johnson over Toni Rose & Paula Kaye > Roberto Soto over Rocket Monroe > Dick Steinborn & Bob Armstrong & El Mongol over Bepo &
the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Ray Gunkel over Ox Baker by disqualification / Notes: Spears managed Colt.
Baker was disqualified during his match against Gunkel when he hit referee Charlie Smith, and then hit referee Eddie Smith, who had
come to stop the match. Rose participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 10, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick
Steinborn over Rocket Monroe by disqualification > Ox Baker & Assassin #1 (01) over John Sullivan & El Mongol > Roberto Soto over Billy
Spears / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Beginning
with this episode, “Georgia Championship Wrestling� began airing twice each week. It remained in its usual Saturday evening
time slot of 6:00 to 7:00 PM on WTCG Channel 17, but beginning on June 7 could also be seen on the same station from 10:00 to 11:00
PM. The matches were still taped at 3:30 PM every Saturday at the WTCG Studios on West Peachtree Street.

June 13, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John
Sullivan & the Avenger (02) over Bepo & Karl Von Stroheim by disqualification > Rocket Monroe over Cisco Grimaldo > Macon Tag Team
Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* over Koa Tiki & El Mongol to retain the title > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* and Bob Armstrong went to a draw; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: The Assassins had been
the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went over Armstrong and Bill Dromo on May 9, 1972, in Macon. Funk, Jr., had been
the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went over Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL.

June 16, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Billy Spears over George Grant > John Sullivan and Billy Spears went to a draw > the Avenger (02) over Mr. X (19) > Dick
Steinborn over Assassin #1 (01) > Bob Armstrong & El Mongol over Buddy Colt & Bepo > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Roberto Soto*
over Assassin #2 (01) to retain the title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* over Ox Baker to retain the title / Notes: Soto
had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Colt on May 5, 1972, in Atlanta. Funk, Jr., had been the
reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went over Gene Kiniski on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Spears managed
Colt. Charlie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Funk, Jr., participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 17, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roberto Soto over Dick Shannon > Ox Baker and El Mongol went to a draw > Karl Von Stroheim versus the Avenger (02) / Notes: This was
taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral.

June 20, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim
Geohagen and Oki Shikina went to a draw > Rocket Monroe over John Sullivan > Bob Armstrong & the Avenger (02) over Ox Baker & Bepo
> Koa Tiki over Assassin #1 (01) by disqualification > El Mongol over Assassin #2 (01) by disqualification

June 23, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Battle Royal: Argentina Apollo (Winner); Ox Baker, El Mongol, Mr. X (19), Assassin #1 (01), Assassin #2 (01), Buddy Colt,
Dick Steinborn, Billy Spears, Roberto Soto, Little John (01), Jerry Oates, Bob Armstrong, George Grant, Bepo, Karl Von Stroheim, the
Avenger (02), Dick Shannon, and Rocket Monroe also participated > the Avenger (02) over Rocket Monroe > Bob Armstrong over Buddy
Colt > Dick Steinborn over Billy Spears > El Mongol over Dick Shannon > George Grant over Assassin #1 > Roberto Soto over Jerry Oates
> Bepo over Karl Von Stroheim > Ox Baker over Little John (01) > Argentina Apollo over Assassin #2 / Notes: The battle royal was to
determine the matches for the card. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $2,500. Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith
was credited as being a referee for this card. Apollo participated in an autograph session for fans.

June 24, 1972 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Assassin #1 (01) & Mr. X (19) over Dick Steinborn & Jerry Oates > Argentina Apollo over Buddy Colt > the Avenger (02) over Karl Von
Stroheim / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Ed Capral. Billy Spears
managed Colt.

June 27, 1972 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Rocket
Monroe over George Grant > Jerry Oates over Mr. X (19) by disqualification > Koa Tiki over Oki Shikina > Ox Baker over Bepo > Macon Tag
Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* over El Mongol & the Avenger (02) to retain the title / Notes:
The Assassins had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they went over Bill Dromo and Bob Armstrong on May 9, 1972,
in Macon.

June 30, 1972 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen over Karl Von Stroheim > El Mongol and Rocket Monroe went to a draw > Dick Steinborn over Mike Paidousis
> Roberto Soto and Billy Spears went to a draw > Bob Armstrong & Argentina Apollo & the Avenger (02) over Buddy Colt & the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Brass Knucks Title Match: Ray Gunkel over Ox Baker* to win the title / Notes: It was reported
that Baker suffered a bone fracture in his right forearm during his match against Gunkel. It is unclear as to how Baker became
recognized as Brass Knucks Champion. The last reference we have shows Bepo winning the title in a tournament on January 21, 1972,
in Atlanta. Spears managed Colt. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee for this card. Armstrong participated in an autograph
session for fans. It was announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.