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References to the following individuals and organizations are made throughout this section: Afa; Ali Vaziri; Angelo Poffo; Ann Gunkel;
Argentina Apollo; Art Nelson; Assassin #1 (01); Assassin #2 (01); Benny McGuire; Bill Bowman; Bill Costello; Bill Dromo; Bill Watts; Billy
the Kid (01); Black Angus; Black Crusader #1; Black Crusader #2; the Black Crusaders; Bob Armstrong; Bobby Cash; Bobby Duncum;
Bobby McGuire; Bobby Shane; Bobby Simmons; Bobby Starr; Bobo Brazil; Bolo; the Bounty Hunters; Buddy Colt; the Champ; Charlie
Cook; Charlie Smith; Choo-Choo Lynn; Cisco Grimaldo; the Cougar (04); the Crusader (02); Daisy Mae (01); David Novak; Derrell
Cochran; the Devil’s Disciples; Dick Steinborn; Don Greene; Donna Christianello; Dory Funk, Jr.; Earl Maynard; Ed Capral; Eddie
Graham; Eddie Marlin; Eddie Smith; El Mongol; the Enforcer (01); Ernie Ladd; the Executioner (01); the Fabulous Moolah; Frank Cochran;
Fred Ward; Frenchy; Gary Hart; George Cannon; Geto; Gordon Solie; Gorgeous George, Jr.; Gorilla Watts; the Great Fuji; the Iron
Russian; the Islanders; J.C. Dykes; Jack Armstrong; Jack Brisco; Jackie Fargo; Jay French; Jerry Brisco; Jerry Lawler; Jerry Novak; Jim
Bell; Jim Kent; Jimmy Garvin; Johnny Ringo (01); Jonathan Boyd; Jumbo Tsuruta; Kevin Sullivan; Lanny Poffo; Leon Ogle; Les Thatcher;
Lester Welch; Little Louie (01); Lou Thesz; Louie Tillet; the Magnificent Zulu; Maria Garcia; the Masked Marvel (19); the Mighty Yankee
(02); Mike Graham; Mike Kelly; Mil Mascaras; the Missouri Mauler; the Mongols (02); Mr. Wrestling #1; Mr. Wrestling #2 (01); Mrs. Ray
Gunkel; Norman Frederick Charles; Oki Shikina; Ox Baker; Pat Kelly (02); Paul Jones (01); Paula Kaye; Prince Leilani; Ray Candy; Ricky
Gibson; Rita Gomez; Robert Fuller; Roberto Soto; Rock Hunter; Ron Fuller; Ron Garvin; Ron Pritchard; Ron Starr; Roy Lee Welch; Roy
Welch; the Royal Kangaroos; Rufus R. Jones; the Samoans (01); Sharon Brooks; Sika; Sonny King; Sputnik Monroe; Stan Vachon; the
Super Gladiator; Super Inferno #1; Super Inferno #2 (01); the Super Infernos (02); Sylvia Hackney; Tapu; Taru Hayashi; Ted Oates; Terry
Garvin; Thunderbolt Patterson; Tiger Conway, Jr.; Tim Woods; Tio; Tojo Yamamoto; Tom Jones (02); Tom Renesto, Jr.; Tommy Gilbert;
Tommy Seigler; Toni Rose; Vicky Williams; the Viking (02); Wayne Cowan; Whipper Watson, Jr.; the Zebra Kid (02) .

January 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > the
Champ versus the Cougar (04) > Wayne Cowan & Jack Armstrong versus Tommy Seigler & Lanny Poffo > Oki Shikina versus Gorilla
Watts > Argentina Apollo versus the Enforcer (01) > Georgia Television Title Match: the Super Gladiator* versus Ray Candy > Thunderbolt
Patterson versus the Great Fuji / Notes: Rock Hunter managed the Enforcer. Charlie Smith and Bobby Simmons were credited as being
referees for the card.

January 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash versus the Zebra Kid (02) > Frank Cochran versus Leon Ogle > Tom Jones (02) versus Black Angus > Women’s Match: Toni
Rose versus Vicky Williams > Bill Dromo & Robert Fuller versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match:
Bob Armstrong* versus Gorgeous George, Jr. > Lights Out Match: Bobby Shane versus Les Thatcher / Notes: Gary Hart managed Shane,
George, Jr., Angus, and the Samoans. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. Armstrong had been billed as the
Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since November 6, 1973.

January 2, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Tom Jones (02) and the Zebra Kid (02) went to a draw > Black Angus over Sputnik Monroe > Women’s Match: Sylvia
Hackney over Toni Rose > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) over Bobby Cash & Bill Dromo > Leon Ogle over J.C. Dykes > Eddie Graham &
Robert Fuller over Bobby Shane & Stan Vachon > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 &
Super Inferno #2 (01)) two falls to none / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Infernos. The Infernos appeared sans masks to avoid a $1,000
fine by Ward. It is unclear at this time why this was done. Gary Hart managed Angus, Shane, and the Samoans. Vachon substituted for
Gorgeous George, Jr., to team with Shane in the match against Graham and Fuller. Frank Cochran was credited as being a referee on
this card.

January 4, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Stan Vachon over Bill Dromo > Black Angus over Sonny King > the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) over Roy Lee Welch & Sputnik
Monroe > Jerry Lawler over Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Tim Woods > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller over Bobby Shane &
Stan Vachon > Lights Out Match: Robert Fuller over Frank Cochran / Notes: Vachon substituted for Gorgeous George, Jr., to team with
Shane in the match against Armstrong and Fuller. Gary Hart managed Angus, Shane, and the Samoans. Les Thatcher noted in his
column in the program for this card that Bill Watts was leaving for a six-week tour of Japan. Eddie Smith was credited as being a referee
on this card.

January 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Thunderbolt
Patterson over the Great Fuji > Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly over Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator by disqualification > the Viking (02)
over Lanny Poffo > Jack Armstrong and the Champ went to a draw / Notes: This was taped for the “All-South Championship
Wrestling� television program, hosted by Ed Capral. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2.

January 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Black
Angus over Sonny King > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Les Thatcher > Jerry Lawler over Robert Fuller > Ron Garvin over Bobby Cash /
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.
Gary Hart managed Angus. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. On this episode, it was announced that the Georgia Tag Team Title, held by
Bobby Shane and Gorgeous George, Jr., was held up because George, Jr., was injured. Shane and George, Jr., had been the reigning
Georgia Tag Team Champions since they went over Fuller and Bob Armstrong on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. Hart, who managed
Shane and George, Jr., joined Solie and Thatcher, and accused Tim Woods of hurting George, Jr., intentionally in an attempt to end their
reign as champions. The injury to George had occurred on December 29, 1973, on television. Hart suggested he may issue a bounty on
Woods to get even.

January 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Angus over Jay French > Tim Woods over the Zebra Kid (02) > Lou Thesz over Jerry Lawler > Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin over Bob Armstrong & Bobby Cash > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Robert Fuller / Notes: Gary Hart managed Angus. Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins.

January 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Tommy Seigler versus the Viking (02) > Ted Oates versus the Cougar (04) > Lanny Poffo versus the Great Fuji > Gorilla Watts versus
Bolo > Argentina Apollo versus Geto > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Ernie Ladd &
Thunderbolt Patterson versus Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George
Cannon managed the Mongols. Patterson participated in an autograph session for fans. The program we have for this card mentioned
that Tom Renesto, Jr., is now the Timekeeper.

January 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Midget
Match: Little Louie (01) over Billy the Kid (01) > Rufus R. Jones over the Zebra Kid (02) > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Leon Ogle over Frank
Cochran by knockout > Jerry Lawler over Bobby Cash > Tim Woods & Roberto Soto over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin by disqualification >
Lou Thesz & Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Black Angus & the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Southeastern Heavyweight Title
Match: Bob Armstrong* over Bobby Shane / Notes: Gary Hart managed Angus, Shane, and the Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Armstrong had been billed as the Southeastern Heavyweight Champion since November 6, 1973.

January 9, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Black Angus > Midget Match: Little Louie (01) versus Billy the Kid (01) > Tim Woods &
Rufus R. Jones versus the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Lou Thesz & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Lights
Out Match: Bobby Shane versus Robert Fuller / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Gary Hart managed the Samoans. It was
announced that Jack Brisco, Bobby Duncum, and Ricky Gibson would be wrestling in Columbus on January 16, 1974.

January 11, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mixed Tag Team Match: Tim Woods and Little Louie (01) over Jimmy Garvin & Billy the Kid (01) > Rufus R. Jones over Black
Angus > Bob Armstrong & Ron Fuller & Robert Fuller over Bobby Shane & Jerry Lawler & Gary Hart > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Lou
Thesz & Roberto Soto > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Ron Fuller* to win the title / Notes: Hart managed
Shane. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Fuller had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since he went over Bill Watts
on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. Les Thatcher’s column in the program for this card noted there had been some subtle animosity
between Hart and Shane. Thatcher also noted that Lawler had been a standout college football player and wrestler at Memphis State.

January 12, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WTCG Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling� television program hosted by Gordon Solie and Les Thatcher.
We don’t have details, but Ron Garvin and Terry Garvin were scheduled to wrestle on this episode, but Terry refused to wrestle
because the mat was not pink, and wound up slapping Lou Thesz, who was also on this episode. Apparently Ron wrestled, but no
details on his opponent have been found at this time. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Lanny Poffo over Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook over Wayne Cowan > Jack Armstrong over Pat Kelly (02) > Gorilla Watts over the Viking
(02) by disqualification > Georgia Tag Team Title Round Robin Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo)
versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Cage Match: Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson over Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler /
Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

January 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash and Jerry Lawler went to a draw at 15:00 > Bob Armstrong & Roberto Soto over the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin over Bobby Cash & Rufus R. Jones > Robert Fuller versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no contest > NWA World
Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* over Lou Thesz / Notes: Gary Hart managed the Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.
Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went over Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX.

January 18, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Georgia Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Tim Woods & Ricky Gibson over Bill Costello & the Zebra Kid (02) to
advance; Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Lou Thesz & Ali Vaziri by coin toss to advance; Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller over the Samoans
(01) (Tio & Tapu) to advance; Jerry Lawler & Bobby Duncum over Bobby Cash & Roberto Soto to advance; the Garvins over Woods &
Gibson to advance; Armstrong & Fuller over Lawler & Duncum by coin toss to advance; and the Garvins over Armstrong & Fuller to win the
title > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) by disqualification / Notes: Gary Hart managed the
Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Shane and Gorgeous George, Jr., had been the reigning Georgia Tag Team Champions
since they went over Armstrong and Robert Fuller on December 21, 1973, in Atlanta. However, they were stripped of the title on January 5,
1974, as George, Jr., had been injured and would be unable to defend the title. Brisco had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight
Champion since he went over Harley Race on July 20, 1973, in Houston, TX. The program for this card featured an “open letter to
Hart� from Bobby Shane, whereas he claimed he spent more money polishing his crown than Hart paid him to work in his stable, and
he was leaving on a worldwide tour, calling this a Dear John letter. Hart’s response was positive, claiming Shane had wanted his
picture on the back of Hart’s sports coats, and with Shane gone, he would no longer have to babysit, and that without his help, Shane
would wind up driving cabs for a living. It also had a mention that Bill Watts was touring Japan, and that ring announcer Jim Bell was still
involved with putting the programs together with Les Thatcher. It was announced that Art Nelson would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

January 19, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Lawler over Roy Lee Welch > Ali Vaziri over Bill Costello > Bob Armstrong & Ricky Gibson & Roberto Soto over Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Robert Fuller / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > World Tag Team Title Match: the
Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo)* versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > El Mongol versus the Missouri Mauler > United States
Heavyweight Title Match: Ox Baker* versus Thunderbolt Patterson / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George
Cannon managed the Mongols.

January 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri
over Bill Costello at 10:00 > Jerry Lawler over Roy Lee Welch at 13:00 > Bobby Duncum and Ricky Gibson went to a draw > Bob
Armstrong over Gary Hart > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Robert Fuller > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Tim Woods & Roberto Soto
over the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu)* to win the title / Notes: It was reported that 4,254 were in attendance for this card. Hart managed the
Samoans. It is unclear as to how the Samoans came to be recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we
have shows Armstrong and Soto going over the Super Infernos (02) (Super Inferno #1 & Super Inferno #2 (01)) on December 17, 1973, in
Macon.

January 25, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri over Bill Costello > Bobby Duncum over Bobby Cash > Roberto Soto over Jerry Lawler > Ricky Gibson & Rufus R.
Jones over the Samoans (01) (Tio & Tapu) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over Bob Armstrong & Robert
Fuller by disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* over Tim Woods by disqualification / Notes: Gary Hart
managed the Samoans. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 26, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin and Tim Woods went to a draw > Ricky Gibson over Jimmy Garvin > Tim Woods & Ali Vaziri over Ron Garvin &
Terry Garvin > Robert Fuller over Gary Hart / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

January 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Lanny Poffo over Cisco Grimaldo > the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) over Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly
> Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates ended in a no contest > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* over the Mongols
(02) (Geto & Bolo) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Missouri Mauler* and Mil Mascaras went to a draw > United States Tag Team
Title Match: Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator* versus Thunderbolt Patterson & Assassin #1 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. The program we have for this card billed Gunkel as Ann Gunkel
instead of Mrs. Ray Gunkel, as previous programs referred to her.

January 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash over Bill Costello at 8:00 > Rufus R. Jones versus Gorgeous George, Jr., ended in a no contest > Bob Armstrong & Ricky Gibson
over Bobby Duncum & Gary Hart > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Tim Woods & Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Robert Fuller /
Notes: Lou Thesz was the special referee for the Wrestling #2-Fuller match. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was
escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 1, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Lou Thesz and Ali Vaziri went to a draw > Robert Fuller over Jimmy Garvin > Bobby Duncum and Bob Armstrong went to a
draw > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over Ricky Gibson & Rufus R. Jones by disqualification > Loser Leaves
Match: Jerry Lawler over Roberto Soto > Coal Miner’s Glove Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Tim Woods over Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01) by disqualification / Notes: Gary Hart managed Bobby Duncum and Jerry Lawler. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

February 2, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri over Taru Hayashi > Ricky Gibson & Roy Lee Welch over the Devil’s Disciples (members involved are unknown
to us at this time) > Bob Armstrong & Tim Woods over Bobby Duncum & Gorgeous George, Jr. > Robert Fuller over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) /
Notes: Gary Hart managed Duncum. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy. --- Fix ---

February 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> Jack Armstrong versus Lanny Poffo > Tornado Tag Team Match: Pat Kelly (02) & Mike Kelly versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Death Match: Geto versus El Mongol > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: the Missouri Mauler*
versus Ray Candy > Handicap Tag Team Match: Thunderbolt Patterson & Assassin #1 (01) versus Rock Hunter & Assassin #2 (01) & the
Super Gladiator > Brass Knuckles Match: Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Missouri
Mauler. George Cannon managed Geto.

February 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Roy Lee
Welch over Taru Hayashi > Jerry Lawler over Bobby Cash > Lumberjack Match: Rufus R. Jones over Gorgeous George, Jr., by
disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* over Ricky Gibson > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match:
Bob Armstrong over Bobby Duncum* by disqualification > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Tim
Woods & Roberto Soto* to win the title / Notes: Gary Hart managed Bobby Duncum and Jerry Lawler. Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 10, 1974 (Sunday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Roy Lee Welch over the Masked Marvel (19) > Ali Vaziri over Taru Hayashi > Gorgeous George, Jr., over Sputnik Monroe > Art Nelson over
Derrell Cochran > Bobby Duncum & Stan Vachon over Bobby Cash & Louie Tillet > Jerry Lawler & Tojo Yamamoto over Tommy Gilbert &
Eddie Marlin > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller over Don Greene & Buddy Colt > Ricky Gibson & Jackie Fargo & Rufus R. Jones over Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Kevin Sullivan & Eddie Graham & Mike Graham over Jim Kent & the Bounty Hunters (David Novak
& Jerry Novak) > Mask versus Hair Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Tim Woods > Battle Royal: Jerry Lawler & Robert Fuller (Co-Winners)
/ Notes: It was reported that the purse for the battle royal was $5,000, and that Jerry Lawler and Robert Fuller decided to split the money
rather than wrestle each other. Gary Hart managed Duncum and Lawler. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted
to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Ten-Round Boxing Match: Ted Oates versus Wayne Cowan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* versus Assassin
#2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Georgia Brass Knucks Title Match: Rock Hunter versus Assassin #1 (01) > Thunderbolt Patterson versus
the Missouri Mauler / Notes: Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler.

February 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art
Nelson over Roy Lee Welch > Robert Fuller & Rufus R. Jones over Gorgeous George, Jr., & Taru Hayashi > Bobby McGuire & Benny
McGuire over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Bobby Duncum over Bob Armstrong* to win the title > Mr.
Wrestling #1 over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Tim Woods began wearing his mask again to cover his cleanly shaven head, resulting
from a hair versus mask match against Wrestling #2 on February 10, 1974, and requesting to be called Wrestling #1 again. Gary Hart
managed Duncum. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 15, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rufus R. Jones over Taru Hayashi > Ricky Gibson over Tojo Yamamoto > Robert Fuller & Art Nelson and Bob Armstrong &
Bobby Duncum went to a draw > Jerry Lawler and Jackie Fargo went to a draw > Loser Leaves Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 over Gorgeous
George, Jr. > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over Bobby McGuire & Benny McGuire > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Bill Watts ended in a no contest / Notes: Gary Hart managed Duncum and Lawler. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins. George, Jr., was escorted to the ring by his valet Frenchy.

February 16, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Roy Lee Welch over Taru Hayashi > Ali Vaziri over Art Nelson > Ricky Gibson over Tojo Yamamoto > Bobby McGuire & Benny
McGuire over Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Bill Watts versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no contest / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin.

February 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Cisco Grimaldo and Whipper Watson, Jr., went to a draw at 15:00 > the Champ over Jack Armstrong by disqualification > Handicap
Match: the Magnificent Zulu over Bill Bowman & Oki Shikina > Charlie Cook and the Super Gladiator went to a draw at 15:00 > the
Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) over Dick Steinborn & Ray Candy > El Mongol over Assassin #2 (01) by disqualification > Brass Knuckles Tag
Team Match: Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson over Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler > Lights Out Texas Death Cage Match: Wayne
Cowan over Ted Oates / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

February 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bobby
Cash and Prince Leilani went to a draw > Art Nelson over Ali Vaziri > Ricky Gibson over Tojo Yamamoto > Bob Armstrong & Bobo Brazil &
Rufus R. Jones over Bobby Duncum & Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 over Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01)* by disqualification / Notes: It was reported that 6,646 were in attendance for this card. Gary Hart managed Duncum. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

February 22, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ali Vaziri over Tojo Yamamoto > Bob Armstrong and Art Nelson went to a draw > Bobby Duncum & Tojo Yamamoto over
Jackie Fargo & Roy Lee Welch > Jerry Lawler over Robert Fuller by disqualification > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Bobo Brazil & Rufus
R. Jones over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* by disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* over Mr. Wrestling
#1 by disqualification / Notes: Welch substituted for Ricky Gibson to team with Fargo in the match against Duncum & Yamamoto. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins.

February 23, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong over Bill Costello > Robert Fuller over Ali Vaziri > Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson and Bobo Brazil & Rufus R.
Jones went to a draw > Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no contest

February 26, 1974 – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Fairgrounds (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Handicap Match:
the Magnificent Zulu versus the Viking (02) & the Iron Russian > Ox Baker & the Super Gladiator & the Missouri Mauler versus Ray Candy
& Charlie Cook & El Mongol > Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Wayne Cowan over the Champ* to win the title > Assassin #2 (01)
versus Thunderbolt Patterson / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler.

February 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ali
Vaziri over Bill Costello > Women’s Tag Team Match: Maria Garcia & Rita Gomez over Sharon Brooks & Daisy Mae (01) > Leon Ogle
& Choo-Choo Lynn over Jerry Lawler & Prince Leilani > Mr. Wrestling #1 over Art Nelson > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack
Brisco* over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) by disqualification

March 1, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Women’s Match: the Fabulous Moolah over Paula Kaye > Bobby Duncum over Ali Vaziri > Art Nelson over Bobby Cash >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over Ricky Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr.
Wrestling #2 (01)* over Bob Armstrong > Jerry Lawler over Robert Fuller > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* over Rufus
R. Jones / Notes: Kaye substituted for Donna Christianello in the match against Moolah. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 2, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson over Bill Costello > Bobby Cash over Bobby Duncum > Rufus R. Jones over Art Nelson > Bob Armstrong &
Robert Fuller over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin by countout > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Mr. Wrestling #1 / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed
the Garvins.

March 3, 1974 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Macon
Tag Team Title One-Night Tournament: Jerry Lawler & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) (Winners) to win the title; Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin, Bobby
Cash & Rufus R. Jones, Ricky Gibson & Roy Lee Welch, Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller, Derrell Cochran & Mr. Wrestling #1, Bill Costello
& Prince Leilani, and Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson also participated / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results of the tournament.
Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Cisco Grimaldo and the Cougar (04) went to a draw at 15:00 > Lanny Poffo over Wayne Cowan by disqualification > Angelo Poffo over
Johnny Ringo (01) > Georgia Television Title Match: the Super Gladiator* and El Mongol went to a draw at 20:00 > Ray Candy & Assassin
#1 (01) & the Magnificent Zulu over Assassin #2 (01) & the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) by disqualification > United States Heavyweight
Title Match: Thunderbolt Patterson* over the Missouri Mauler at 15:00 > Lights Out Texas Death Match: Ernie Ladd over Ox Baker at 12:00
/ Notes: Rock Hunter managed Cowan, Assassin #2, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols. The program we have for
this card featured an advertisement for Maria’s Mexican Restaurant owned by Mongol, recently re-opened at a new location in
Chamblee, at 5071 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

March 8, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Rufus R. Jones over Bill Costello > Bobby Duncum and Mr. Wrestling #1 went to a draw > Jerry Lawler & Art Nelson over
Ricky Gibson & Roy Lee Welch > Georgia Tag Team Title versus Hair Match (No Time Limit / No Disqualification): Bob Armstrong &
Robert Fuller over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* to win the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* versus Black
Crusader #1 ended in a no contest > Lights Out Match: Robert Fuller over Jerry Lawler / Notes: There was no referee for the Fuller-Lawler
match. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 9, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin and Ricky Gibson & Rufus R. Jones went to a draw > Bob Armstrong over Art Nelson > the Black
Crusaders (Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) over Bobby Duncum & Bill Costello > Robert Fuller over Jerry Lawler > Mr. Wrestling
#1 over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 10, 1974 (Sunday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell
Cochran versus Bobby Starr > Bill Costello versus Leon Ogle > Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson versus the Black Crusaders (Black
Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) > Jerry Lawler & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) versus Ricky Gibson & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Ron Garvin & Terry
Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller & Rufus R. Jones / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ray Candy & El Mongol* versus Assassin #2 (01) & the Super Gladiator > Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt
Patterson versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

March 15, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Black Crusader #2 over Jimmy Garvin > Ricky Gibson over Bobby Duncum > Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler and Rufus R. Jones &
Mr. Wrestling #1 went to a draw > Jerry Brisco over Bill Costello > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Bob
Armstrong & Robert Fuller* to win the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* over Black Crusader #1 > Robert
Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 16, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jerry Brisco over Ricky Gibson > Robert Fuller over Jimmy Garvin > Earl Maynard over Bill Costello > the Black Crusaders
(Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Bobby Duncum over Mr. Wrestling #1 > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
over Art Nelson / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Rock Hunter & the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) versus Ernie Ladd & El Mongol & the Magnificent Zulu > Ron Pritchard versus the Missouri
Mauler > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Thunderbolt Patterson* versus Ox Baker / Notes: Ray Candy was the special referee for
the Patterson-Baker match. Hunter managed the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

March 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jerry
Lawler & Art Nelson and the Black Crusaders (Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) went to a draw > Bill Costello versus Earl
Maynard > Macon Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong over Bobby Duncum* to win the title > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match:
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over Jerry Brisco & Ricky Gibson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #1 over Mr. Wrestling #2
(01)* by disqualification / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 20, 1974 (Wednesday) – Columbus, GA – Columbus Municipal Auditorium [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran versus Earl Maynard > Bill Costello versus Robert Fuller > Jerry Lawler versus Sputnik
Monroe > Jerry Brisco versus Art Nelson > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Ricky Gibson & the Black Crusaders (Black
Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) > Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Bobby Duncum & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Battle Royal
featuring Choo-Choo Lynn, Bob Armstrong, Bobby Duncum, Mr. Wrestling #1, Mr. Wrestling #2 (01), Ron Garvin, Terry Garvin, Jimmy
Garvin, Ricky Gibson, Black Crusader #1, Black Crusader #2, Art Nelson, Jerry Brisco, Jerry Lawler, Sputnik Monroe, Robert Fuller, Bill
Costello, Earl Maynard, and Derrell Cochran / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 22, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong and Ricky Gibson went to a draw > Rufus R. Jones over Bobby Duncum > Earl Maynard over Bill Costello >
Jerry Brisco over Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Tag Team Title versus Mask Match: Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over the Black Crusaders
(Black Crusader #1 & Black Crusader #2) > Texas Tornado Tag Team Death Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Robert Fuller &
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Art Nelson & Jerry Lawler / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 23, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong over Bill Costello > Bob Armstrong & Earl Maynard & Tiger Conway, Jr., over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin &
Jimmy Garvin > Jerry Brisco and Mr. Wrestling #1 went to a draw > Robert Fuller & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson
/ Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Wayne Cowan versus Ted Oates > Jack Armstrong & the Crusader (02) versus the Islanders (Afa & Sika) > Assassin #2 (01) & the Super
Gladiator versus the Mongols (02) (Geto & Bolo) > Brass Knuckles Match: Ernie Ladd & Ron Pritchard versus Ox Baker & the Missouri
Mauler > Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Executioner / Notes: The Magnificent Zulu was the special referee for the Patterson-
Executioner match. Rock Hunter managed Cowan, Assassin #2, the Executioner, and the Mauler. George Cannon managed the Mongols.

March 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Art
Nelson and Earl Maynard went to a draw > Jerry Brisco versus Jimmy Garvin ended in a no contest > Rufus R. Jones over Bobby
Duncum > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Robert Fuller & Ricky Gibson > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling #1
over Jerry Lawler & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)* to win the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.

March 29, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Earl Maynard over the Mighty Yankee (02) > Jerry Brisco over Ricky Gibson > Bob Armstrong & Robert Fuller over Art Nelson
& Jerry Lawler by disqualification > Bobby Duncum and Jumbo Tsuruta went to a draw > Georgia Tag Team Title Losers Leave Match:
Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin* over Rufus R. Jones & Mr. Wrestling #1 > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr., over Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01)* by disqualification / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Earlier in the day, Jones, Lester Welch, and Roy Welch
incorporated Georgia Championship Wrestling, Inc., thus dissolving Mid-South Sports, Inc.

March 30, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Starr and Jimmy Garvin went to a draw > Rufus R. Jones over Bill Costello > Bob Armstrong versus Tiger Conway, Jr.,
ended in a no contest > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Ricky Gibson & Earl Maynard / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins.