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References to the following individuals and organizations are made throughout this section: Ali Ben Kar; the Avenger (02); Bearcat
Wilkerson; Beauregard; Bill Bowman; Bill Dromo; Bill Evans (02); Bill Watts; Bob Armstrong; Bob Ellis; Bob Orton, Jr.; Bob Orton, Sr.;
Bobby Cash; Bobby Shane; Bobo Brazil; Butcher Brannigan; the Champ; Charlie Smith; Chati Yokuchi; Chris Casey; Chuck Lawhorn; the
Demon (02); the Destroyer (03); Dick Steinborn; Donna Christianello; Dory Funk, Jr.; Dory Funk, Sr.; Ed Capral; Eddie Graham; El Mongol;
El Sicodelico; Ernie Ladd; Frank Morrell; Fred Ward; Fuji (02); Goliath; Gordon Solie; Guillotine Gordon; the Haiti Kid; Haystacks Calhoun;
J.C. Dykes; Jack Armstrong; Jack Crawford; Jack Evans (02); Jerry Oates; Jim Bell; Jim Wilson; Joe Turner (02); Juan Caruso; Kevin
Sullivan; Koa Tiki; Krusher Karlson; Kubla Khan; L.D. Lewis; Leo Garibaldi; Leon Ogle; Little Bruiser; Lou Thesz; Man Mountain Mike;
Mike Graham; Mr. Wrestling #1; Mr. Wrestling #2 (01); Norvel Austin; Oki Shikina; Ox Baker; Pantera Negra; Pat O’Brien (02); Paul
Jones (01); Pedro Godoy; Peggy Patterson; Randy Curtis; Ray Candy; Rick Conrad; Rock Hunter; Rocket Monroe; Ron Pritchard; Roy Lee
Welch; Scott Casey; Sputnik Monroe; Super Inferno #1; Super Inferno #2 (01); the Super Infernos (01); Susan Green; Sweet Daddy Siki;
Tank Morgan; Tarzan Tyler; Ted Oates; Tim Geohagen; Tommy Seigler; Tracy Rivers; Treach Phillips; Vicky Williams; Wayne Cowan; the
Zodiac (01) .

March 1, 1973 (Thursday) – Augusta, GA – Armory (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > L.D. Lewis
versus Butcher Brannigan > Pat O’Brien (02) versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Bill Dromo & El Sicodelico versus Sputnik Monroe & Rocket
Monroe > Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Bobby Shane
versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Tarzan Tyler versus Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the
Infernos. Beauregard escorted Shane to the ring.

March 2, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat O’Brien (02) and El Sicodelico went to a draw > L.D. Lewis over Jack Evans (02) > Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein
over Tank Morgan & Butcher Brannigan > Round Robin Tag Team Match: the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(01)) over Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong and Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Tarzan Tyler over Norvel Austin > Bill Watts over the Zodiac (01) by
disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Sputnik Monroe to win the title / Notes: If Austin had gone
over Tyler or at least gone the time limit of twenty minutes, he would have received a match against Jack Crawford immediately afterward.
Crawford managed Tyler. The Watts-Zodiac match had been built up for weeks, with Gordon Solie claiming long winning streaks for both
men, with most emphasis being on a “five year undefeated streak� for Watts. Zodiac was initially declared the winner, but it was
learned immediately following the match that he had loaded a weapon into his mask, which he had used to head butt Watts for the finish.
The decision was reversed as Zodiac was disqualified. The Wrestling #2-Monroe match was the final match of an ongoing tournament
that had taken place over several weeks in Griffin. It is unclear as to some of the dates, matches, and entrants, but it is known that Zodiac
and Jerry Oates were included, losing in the semi-final rounds. The title had been vacant since Roberto Soto left for the All-South
Wrestling Alliance on November 24, 1972. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card.
Chris Casey began writing columns that debuted in the program for this card. It was announced that Bobby Shane would be wrestling in
Atlanta on March 9, 1973.

March 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Handicap Match:
Ray Candy & Tommy Seigler over Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath > Wayne Cowan versus the Champ / Notes: This was taped for
the “All-South Championship Wrestling� television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Baker managed Goliath.

March 3, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash & Arman Hussein over Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Norvel Austin over Jack Evans (02) > Bill Watts over the Destroyer (03) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) over Pat O’Brien (02) & L.D. Lewis / Notes: This was taped for the â
€œGeorgia Championship Wrestlingâ€� television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Solie announced that a unanimous party from
Texas had issued a random bounty of $1,000 to any wrestler who could remove a masked wrestler’s hood in an effort to rid wrestling
of all masked wrestlers. J.C. Dykes joined Solie to announce that he had also added the Zodiac (01) to his stable that already included
the Infernos.

March 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Tommy Seigler & Ron Pritchard over Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > Dick Steinborn versus Ali Ben Kar > Rock Hunter versus Argentina
Apollo > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy over Assassin #2 (01)* by disqualification; Candy retained the title > Handicap
Match: Ernie Ladd & Bob Ellis over Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath / Notes: El Mongol was the special referee for the Ladd/Ellis-
Baker/Gordon/Goliath match. During the match, Ladd removed the mask of Goliath, but Baker was able to cover his face with a shirt
before his identity could be revealed. Baker managed Goliath. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Assassin #2 had been the reigning
Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Roberto Soto on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta. Tim Geohagen was credited as being a
referee for this card. Ellis participated in an autograph session for fans. The program for this card featured a piece on Randy Curtis.

March 6, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., and Tank Morgan went to a draw > Jack Evans (02) over Pat O’Brien (02) > Midget Match: the Haiti Kid over Little Bruiser >
Leon Ogle & Koa Tiki over Tarzan Tyler & the Destroyer (03) > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Eddie Graham over the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* by disqualification; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: Jack Crawford
managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a
tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

March 9, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat O’Brien (02) & Bob Orton, Jr., over Rick Conrad & Butcher Brannigan > Tank Morgan over L.D. Lewis > Man Mountain
Mike over Jack Evans (02) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) over Jerry Oates & Scott Casey > Sputnik
Monroe & Rocket Monroe over Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein > Bob Armstrong & Bill Dromo & Lou Thesz over Bobby Shane & Chati
Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Bobo Brazil over Tarzan Tyler > Bobo Brazil over Jack Crawford by disqualification > Mr. Wrestling #1 over the Zodiac
(01) / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. The Brazil-Tyler match had a stipulation that if Brazil could win or last for the twenty-minute time
limit, he would receive a match against Crawford immediately afterward. During the Brazil-Crawford match, Crawford threw an
unidentified powder thrown into the face of Brazil, burning his eyes, bringing the match to an abrupt end. The winner of the Wrestling #1-
Zodiac match was to receive a match against Dory Funk, Jr., for the NWA World Heavyweight Title on March 16, 1973. During the match,
Zodiac removed Wrestling #1’s mask, but his head was quickly covered by ringside fans who threw coats over him as he returned to
the dressing room, keeping his hidden identity intact. J.C. Dykes managed Zodiac and the Infernos. Beauregard escorted Shane to the
ring. The program for this card was the first to mention the actual business name of Mid-South Sports, Inc. It credited ring announcer Jim
Bell as being the editor for the programs, Chris Casey as a columnist, and photographers Bill Evans (02) and Chuck Lawhorn were also
mentioned.

March 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Rock Hunter
versus Argentina Apollo / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling� television program, hosted by Ed
Capral.

March 10, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) over L.D. Lewis & Pantera Negra > the Zodiac (01) over Scott Casey > Lou
Thesz over Fuji (02) > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Rocket Monroe / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestlingâ
€� television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed Zodiac and the Infernos. Thesz performed a demonstration of
wrestling holds with Jerry Oates, Jack Evans (02), and Butcher Brannigan.

March 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Oki Shikina versus Kubla Khan > Randy Curtis versus Krusher Karlson > Bill Bowman versus Tommy Seigler > Bearcat Wilkerson
versus Guillotine Gordon > Joe Turner (02) versus Ron Pritchard > Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo versus Jack Armstrong & Rock
Hunter > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy over Assassin #2 (01)* to win the title > Ernie Ladd over Ox Baker / Notes: El
Mongol was the special referee for the Ladd-Baker match. Hunter managed Assassin #2. Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia
Heavyweight Champion since he went over Roberto Soto on January 9, 1973, in Atlanta. The program for this card featured a piece on
Tracy Rivers, noting that he had once been a pitcher in the New York Mets farm system. Apollo participated in an autograph session for
fans.

March 13, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Norvel Austin over Jack Evans (02) > Tank Morgan over El Sicodelico > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams over Donna Christianello >
Leon Ogle & Jim Wilson over Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler > Bill Dromo versus the Destroyer (03) > Macon Tag Team Title Match
(Disqualification Rule Waived): the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* over Bob Armstrong & Eddie Graham
to retain the title / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag
Team Champions since they won a tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

March 15, 1973 (Thursday) – Augusta, GA – Armory (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tank
Morgan versus Koa Tiki > Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe versus Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico > Jerry Oates & Norvel Austin & Arman
Hussein versus Tarzan Tyler & Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Lou Thesz versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler.

March 16, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rick Conrad & Butcher Brannigan versus Pantera Negra & El Sicodelico > Jerry Oates & Bob Orton, Jr., versus Sputnik
Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Bill Dromo versus Tarzan Tyler > Bob Armstrong & Norvel Austin versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Lou Thesz over Bobby Shane > Georgia Heavyweight Title (Loser Must Unmask) Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* over the Zodiac (01) to retain the title / Notes: Jack Crawford managed Tyler. Beauregard escorted Shane to the ring. J.
C. Dykes managed Zodiac and the Infernos. As part of the stipulation, Zodiac was forced to unmask following the match against
Wrestling #2, and was identified as Bob Orton, Sr. Wrestling #2 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went
over Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta. Mr. Wrestling #1 had gone over Zodiac on March 9, 1973, for the
right to face NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr., in a title match on this card. However, it was reported that the champion
and his father, Dory Funk, Sr., had been in an accident earlier in the week, when their pickup truck overturned on their ranch in Amarillo,
TX, causing injuries that would prevent him from meeting the commitment. It was explained in the program for this card that Wrestling #1
had agreed to meet the winner of the Thesz-Shane match, whereas the winner of that match would get the match against Funk. It was
announced that Bobo Brazil would be wrestling on the card on March 23, 1973, and also that Haystacks Calhoun and Man Mountain Mike
would appear in a battle royal on that card.

March 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tommy Seigler
& Ron Pritchard over Wayne Cowan & Oki Shikina > Handicap Match: Ernie Ladd & Bob Ellis over Ox Baker & Guillotine Gordon & Goliath
> Randy Curtis over Pedro Godoy / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling� television program, hosted
by Ed Capral. Baker managed Goliath.

March 17, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mr.
Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Tank Morgan & Butcher Brannigan > Norvel Austin over Treach Phillips > Bobby Cash & Jerry
Oates & Arman Hussein and Tarzan Tyler & the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) went to a draw / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed
Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

March 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ray Candy & Tommy Seigler versus Bill Bowman & Joe Turner (02) > Ron Pritchard versus Guillotine Gordon > Jack Armstrong versus
El Mongol > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) over Dick Steinborn & Argentina Apollo* to win the title >
Texas Death Match: Ernie Ladd over Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2. Steinborn and Apollo had been the reigning
Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went over Baker and Skandor Akbar on October 20, 1972, in Atlanta, and although they earned
recognition while wrestling for the Georgia Championship Wrestling promotion, Gunkel recognized them as such when they agreed to
move to the All-South Wrestling Alliance. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as being referees for this card.

March 20, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Oates over Jack Evans (02) > the Destroyer (03) over Pantera Negra > Norvel Austin over Treach Phillips > Bill Dromo over Frank Morrell
> Leon Ogle over Jack Crawford > Leon Ogle versus Tarzan Tyler > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1 over
the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01))* by disqualification; the Infernos retained the title / Notes: Crawford
managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos had been the reigning Macon Tag Team Champions since they won a
tournament on February 27, 1973, in Macon.

March 23, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong over Butcher Brannigan > Women’s Match: Susan Green versus Peggy Patterson > Bob Orton, Jr., & Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) versus Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe ended in a no contest > Eddie Graham & Jim Wilson over Chati Yokuchi &
Fuji (02) > Bobby Cash & Jerry Oates & Bobo Brazil & Norvel Austin over Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler & the Super Infernos (01) (Super
Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) > Battle Royal: Bill Watts and Haystacks Calhoun (Co-Winners) > Lou Thesz over Mr. Wrestling #1 /
Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $5,000, and the
co-winners opted to split the purse. The winner of the Thesz-Wrestling #1 match was to earn a title match against NWA World
Heavyweight Champion Dory Funk, Jr. It was reported that Arman Hussein had been injured during a match earlier in the week, but no
details were provided. It was announced that Sweet Daddy Siki would be wrestling on the card on March 30, 1973, and that a tournament
would begin on that card for a red 1973 Cadillac from Don Hyatt Cadillac in Marietta, GA. The program for this card reminds fans to watch
“Georgia Championship Wrestling� in Augusta on WRDW Channel 12 on Saturdays at 2:00 PM, in Savannah on WJCL Channel
22 on Saturdays at 2:30 PM and, also in Savannah, on WTDC Channel 11 on Saturdays at 11:00 PM.

March 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Bearcat
Wilkerson over Juan Caruso > Dick Steinborn and Jack Armstrong went to a draw > Ted Oates over the Champ / Notes: This was taped
for the “All-South Championship Wrestling� television program, hosted by Ed Capral.

March 24, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Tarzan Tyler over Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #1 & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Norvel Austin over Treach
Phillips > Roy Lee Welch & Pantera Negra and the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) went to a draw / Notes:
This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Gordon Solie. Jack Crawford managed
Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

March 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ted Oates and Wayne Cowan went to a draw > Tommy Seigler over Guillotine Gordon > Argentina Apollo over Jack Armstrong > Georgia
Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol over Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01)* by disqualification; Hunter & Assassin #2 retained
the title > Texas Strap Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Ernie Ladd over Ox Baker / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2.
Hunter and Assassin #2 had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went over Apollo and Dick Steinborn on March
20, 1973, in Atlanta. Charlie Smith and Tim Geohagen were credited as being referees for this card. Smith participated in an autograph
session for fans. The program for this card featured a piece on Pedro Godoy.

March 27, 1973 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Sweet
Daddy Siki over Butcher Brannigan > Bobby Cash & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Jerry Oates & Bill Watts over
Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe > Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong versus the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2
(01)) ended in a no contest > Norvel Austin & Leon Ogle over Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler by disqualification / Notes: Crawford
managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos.

March 28, 1973 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran over Jack Evans (02) > Sweet Daddy Siki over the Demon (02) > Women’s Match: Susan Green over
Donna Christianello > Jerry Oates & Jim Wilson and Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) went to a draw > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* over Sputnik Monroe to retain the title > Bob Armstrong & Norvel Austin over Jack Crawford & Tarzan Tyler on a reverse
decision > Boxing Match: Bill Dromo over Rocket Monroe / Notes: The Armstrong/Austin-Crawford/Tyler match ended when Crawford
pinned Austin after Tyler gave him an illegal karate chop to the throat that was not seen by referee Leon Ogle, but Ogle quickly reversed
his decision when Crawford and Tyler attacked Armstrong, who had no help while Austin was knocked out temporarily. Wrestling #2 had
been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Sputnik Monroe in a tournament final on March 2, 1973, in Atlanta.

March 30, 1973 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Cadillac Tournament: Bobby Cash over Butcher Brannigan to advance; and Bob Armstrong over the Demon (02) to advance
> Sputnik Monroe & Rocket Monroe over Roy Lee Welch & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > the Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super
Inferno #2 (01)) over Eddie Graham & Jim Wilson > Handicap Tag Team Match: Bill Watts & Norvel Austin versus Jack Crawford & Tarzan
Tyler & Sweet Daddy Siki ended in a no contest > Lou Thesz over Bobby Shane / Notes: Crawford managed Tyler. J.C. Dykes managed
the Infernos. It was announced that there would now be two big cards in Atlanta each week, the staple Friday night cards, and now on
Tuesdays, beginning April 3, 1973. It was announced that Shane would wrestle Bob Orton, Sr., in a Texas Death Match that night, and
that one of the Cadillac tournament matches that evening would included Sputnik Monroe versus Wrestling #2. Winston escorted Shane
to the ring.

March 31, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* over Assassin #2 (01) by disqualification to retain the title > Argentina Apollo over Rock Hunter /
Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship Wrestling� television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Hunter managed
Assassin #2. Candy had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Assassin #2 on March 13, 1973, in
Atlanta.

March 31, 1973 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the
Super Infernos (01) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) over Bobby Cash & Sweet Daddy Siki > Bob Orton, Jr., over the Demon
(02) > Bill Watts over Butcher Brannigan > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) and Pantera Negra went to a draw / Notes: This was taped for the â
€œGeorgia Championship Wrestlingâ€� television program hosted by Gordon Solie. J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. Dykes joined
Solie and claimed Georgia Tag Team Champions Eddie Graham and Mike Graham were dodging challenges from the Infernos. The
Grahams had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went over Sputnik Monroe and Rocket Monroe in a
tournament final on December 29, 1972, in Atlanta. Eddie later joined Solie to rebuff the notion, saying that because Mike and Kevin
Sullivan were currently the Florida Tag Team Champions, his schedule conflicted with the Infernos for open dates, adding that as soon
as the opportunity presented itself, the Grahams would be glad to put the title up against Dykes’ Infernos. Graham and Sullivan had
been the reigning Florida Tag Team Champions since they went over Bobby Shane and Gorgeous George, Jr., on February 20, 1973, in
Tampa, FL.