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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).

October 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
John Foley versus Victor Jovica > Ted Oates versus Lanny Poffo > Paul Christy & Carlos Colon versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Crusher Verdu versus El Mongol > United States Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* versus Luke
Graham > Angelo Poffo & Rock Hunter & Super Soul Davis versus the Missouri Mauler & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) &
Assassin #2 (01)) / Notes: Charlie Cook was the special referee for the Candy-Graham match. Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

October 1, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) and Sonny Rogers went to a draw > Bob Roop over Bob Orton, Jr. > Pat Barrett over Mark Starr (01) > Harley Race over Tom
Jones (02) > Don Muraco & the Professional over Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt > Ten-Round Boxing Match: Roberto Soto over Gene
Anderson in the fourth round / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

October 2, 1974 (Wednesday) – Montezuma, GA (Dick Steinborn – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > Tim Geohagen versus
the Spider (02) > John Foley versus Cisco Grimaldo > Ted Oates & Buddy Atlas versus the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman
Frederick Charles) > Montezuma Heavyweight Title Match: Ray Candy* versus Super Soul Davis

October 4, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., and Prince Pullins went to a draw > Mike McCord over Rock Riddle > Tom Jones (02) over Mark Starr (01) >
Bob Roop & Pat Barrett over Roger Kirby & Billy Spears > the Sheik over Bill Watts by disqualification > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson* over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Don Muraco* versus Buddy Colt ended
in a no contest / Notes: Starr substituted for Martin Beavers in the match against Jones. Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

October 5, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson – Promoters /
International Wrestling League) > Captain Soul versus the Butcher (01) > Levi Banks versus Beautiful Bobby > the Super Assassin
versus the Tonga Kid > Mountain Man Goliath versus the Magnificent Zulu > Mixed Tag Team Match: Johnny Ringo (01) & Sheila Reeves
versus Gama Singh & Christie Nichols > Jim Wilson versus Tank Patton > the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus the Medics (01) (Medic #1
(01) & Medic #2 (01)) > Thunderbolt Patterson versus Billy Blue Rivers / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Rivers. Dr. Blood managed
the Medics. The card for this program featured an advertisement for Williams’ Real Christian Church, located at 775 Hunter Street in
Atlanta, saying you could attend church with Patterson and Wilson, and to “Come Dressed As You Are�. There was also an
advertisement for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, asking “Do you need more money? Well join us in the greatest
money making venture ever to hit Atlanta�, where you paid $10 each month toward a group investment plan to fall back on in hard
times.

October 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Georgia Heavyweight Title One-Night Tournament: Luke Graham (Winner) to win the title; Crusher Verdu, Jonathan Boyd, Norman
Frederick Charles, John Foley, the Spider (02), the Missouri Mauler, El Mongol, Ray Candy, Carlos Colon, Charlie Cook, and Bearcat
Wilkerson also participated > Angelo Poffo & Super Soul Davis over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Texas
Death Lights Out Loser Leaves Cage Match: Lanny Poffo over Ted Oates / Notes: It is unclear as to the pairings and results for the
tournament. Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu. The program we have for this card featured a copy of a letter written to Gunkel
from Ella Boyle on behalf of the DeKalb County Department of Family and Children Services, showing their appreciation for making them
feel welcome at the cards.

October 8, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) over Bob Orton, Jr. > Women’s Match: Vicky Williams over Miss Wrestling > Danny Little Bear over Mark Starr (01) > Rocky
Johnson over Billy Spears > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* over the Professional > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
over Mike McCord & Bobo Brazil / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

October 11, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin over Steve Keirn & Mike McCord & Bob Orton, Jr. > Danny Little Bear over Rock
Riddle > Roger Kirby over Pat Barrett > Rocky Johnson over Billy Spears > Bob Roop & Bobo Brazil over Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
by disqualification > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification): Buddy Colt over Don Muraco to win the title / Notes: Jimmy
Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.

October 12, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson –
Promoters / International Wrestling League) > Levi Banks versus the Butcher (01) > Beautiful Bobby versus Captain Soul > Johnny Ringo
(01) & Frank Rogers versus Gama Singh & the Tonga Kid > Shotgun Austin versus Mountain Man Goliath > Tank Patton versus the
Magnificent Zulu > Jim Wilson & the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus Dr. Blood & the Medics (01) (Medic #1 (01) & Medic #2 (01)) >
Thunderbolt Patterson versus the Super Assassin / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Patton. Dr. Blood managed the Medics. There
was also a battle royal on this card for a reported purse of $1,000.

October 12, 1974 (Saturday) – Marietta, GA – Southern Technical Institute Gymnasium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Jack Welch (02) versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Jimmy Garvin versus Steve Keirn > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus
Roberto Soto & the Professional > Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt versus Pat Barrett & Mike McCord / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the
Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby & Colt.

October 14, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Rock Riddle > Mike Loren versus Danny Little Bear > Mike McCord versus the Sheik > Ole Anderson &
Gene Anderson versus Bob Roop & Rocky Johnson > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the
Sheik. Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

October 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance)
> John Foley versus Cisco Grimaldo > Charlie Cook versus Lanny Poffo > Ray Candy versus Crusher Verdu > Paul Christy & Assassin
#2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler versus Angelo Poffo & the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) > Georgia
Heavyweight Title Match: Luke Graham* over Carlos Colon > Handicap Match: Ernie Ladd over Rock Hunter & Super Soul Davis / Notes:
Tom Renesto was the special referee for the Ladd-Hunter/Davis match. Hunter managed Graham and Verdu.

October 15, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve
Keirn and Mark Starr (01) went to a draw > Rocky Johnson over Mike Loren > Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin over Mike McCord & Danny
Little Bear > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Armstrong over Buddy Colt* by disqualification > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
over Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) & the Sheik / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Bearcat Wright managed Colt. Eddie Creatchman
managed the Sheik.

October 18, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ken Patera over Billy Spears > Pat Barrett over Terry Garvin by disqualification > Handicap Match: Rocky Johnson over Mike
Loren & Rock Riddle > Roger Kirby over Steve Keirn > Danny Little Bear over Ron Garvin > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson
& Gene Anderson* over Bob Roop & Mike McCord > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Harley Race > Buddy Colt versus the Sheik ended in a no
contest / Notes: Eddie Creatchman managed the Sheik. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt.
The program we have for this card is the first we have that defines Freddie Miller’s role, noting that he was putting programs together
at the time. He would also later be credited with producing “Georgia Championship Wrestling� on television, as well as handling
publicity for the company. The program also is the first mention of tapings in Atlanta occurring at 11:00 AM on Saturdays, which obviously
worked much better for allowing appropriate editing time for the show to be prepared by the 6:00 PM airing. It also features a small bio
written about Keirn by Jim Carlisle, who was the host of “Columbus Championship Wrestling� for Fred Ward’s part of the
territory. In addition, it provides an expanded listing of where “Georgia Championship Wrestling�, hosted by Gordon Solie, can be
seen outside the Atlanta area: Augusta (Channel 12 WRDW on Saturday from 2:00 to 3:00 PM and Channel 26 WATU on Saturday from 1:
00 to 2:00 PM), Albany (Channel 10 WALB on Saturday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM), and Savannah (Channel 22 WJCL from 2:30 to 3:30 PM and
Channel 11 WTOC on Saturday from 11:00 PM to Midnight).

October 19, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson –
Promoters / International Wrestling League) > Beautiful Bobby versus the Tonga Kid > Levi Banks versus Gama Singh > the Butcher (01)
versus the Magnificent Zulu > Captain Soul versus Mountain Man Goliath > Johnny Ringo (01) & Frank Rogers versus Jim Wilson &
Shotgun Austin > Thunderbolt Patterson & the Islanders (Afa & Sika) versus the Super Assassin & the Medics (01) (Medic #1 (01) &
Medic #2 (01)) / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Goliath. Dr. Blood managed the Medics.

October 21, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Roop versus Mark Starr (01) > Ken Patera versus Joe Turco > Terry Garvin & Jimmy Garvin versus Pat Barrett & Danny
Little Bear > Ron Garvin versus Rocky Johnson > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* versus Buddy Colt &
Harley Race / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

October 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Lanny Poffo versus Cisco Grimaldo > Midget Match: Little Bobo versus Kid Chocolate > Paul Christy versus Super Soul Davis ended in a
no contest > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook and the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) went to a draw > Carlos
Colon versus El Mongol ended in a no contest > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Luke Graham* versus the Missouri Mauler ended in a
no contest > United States Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) over Angelo Poffo & Rock
Hunter* to win the title / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Graham.

October 22, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Prince
Pullins over Sonny Rogers > Mark Starr (01) and Jack Welch (02) went to a draw > Ken Patera over Rock Riddle > Jimmy Garvin versus
Danny Little Bear ended in a no contest > Bill Dromo over Harley Race by disqualification > Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Race.

October 25, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., over Sonny Rogers > Ken Patera over Derrell Cochran > Bob Roop over Billy Spears > Danny Little Bear over
Joe Turco > Bill Watts over Mike McCord > Rocky Johnson over Roger Kirby > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Harley Race & Buddy Colt
over Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson* / Notes: Following the Race/Colt-Andersons match, the title was held up pending a rematch on
November 1, 1974. Bearcat Wright managed Race, Colt, and Kirby.

October 26, 1974 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Hosea Williams and Thunderbolt Patterson – Promoters /
International Wrestling League) / Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but it is unclear as to the matches and results. It is entirely
possible this card was cancelled. Advertised on this card were Thunderbolt Patterson, Bearcat Wright, Jim Wilson, the Magnificent Zulu,
Dr. Blood, the Great Malenko (02), the Medics (01) (Medic #1 (01) & Medic #2 (01)), the Islanders (Afa & Sika), Chief Big Heart, Billy Blue
Rivers, Homer O’Dell, Johnny Ringo (01), Mountain Man Goliath, the Butcher (01), Beautiful Bobby, Gama Singh, the Tonga Kid, the
Super Assassin, Captain Soul, Levi Banks, Sheila Reeves, Christie Nichols, and Beverly Shade.

October 26, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Garvin versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin versus Bob Roop & Rocky Johnson > Ken Patera versus
Joe Turco > Indian Strap Match: Danny Little Bear versus Harley Race > Gene Anderson versus the Invader (03) > Ole Anderson versus
Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

October 28, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat Barrett versus Sonny Rogers > Handicap Match: Ken Patera versus Doug Somers & Mark Starr (01) > Bob Roop versus
Billy Spears > Roger Kirby versus Rocky Johnson > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus Buddy Colt & Harley Race / Notes: Bearcat
Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

October 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Battle Royal featuring Man Mountain Blackwell, Ray Candy, Carlos Colon, Charlie Cook, Super Soul Davis, Chief Bold Eagle, John Foley,
Luke Graham, Cisco Grimaldo, the Missouri Mauler, El Mongol, Dick Steinborn, the Spider (02), Crusher Verdu, Jonathan Boyd, and
Norman Frederick Charles > United States Tag Team Title Brass Knuckles Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): the Assassins
(01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01))* versus Angelo Poffo & Rock Hunter / Notes: It is unclear as to the reason for the battle royal.
Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

October 29, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Joe
Turco and Bob Orton, Jr., went to a draw > Women’s Battle Royal: Susan Green (Winner); Donna Christianello, Dottie Downs, Joyce
Grable (02), Paula Kaye, Daisy Mae (01), Peggy Patterson, and Vicky Williams also participated > Women’s World Title Match: the
Fabulous Moolah* over Susan Green > Bill Dromo & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin by disqualification > Indian
Strap Match: Danny Little Bear over Jimmy Garvin / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. The battle royal was to determine a
challenger for the Women’s World Title match.

November 1, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden over Sonny Rogers > Ken Patera over Joe Turco > Danny Little Bear over Billy Spears > Rocky Johnson & Bob
Roop over the Hollywood Blonds (01) (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Roger Kirby over Ole
Anderson & Gene Anderson to win the title > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Harley Race / Notes: The Colt/Kirby-Andersons match was a
rematch from October 25, 1974. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Colt, and Race.

November 4, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Doug Somers versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ken Patera versus Mike McCord > Jimmy Golden & Rocky Johnson versus the Mighty
Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Texas Tornado Tag Team Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
versus Buddy Colt & Harley Race > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes
managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

November 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) >
Lanny Poffo over Randy Jones > Dick Steinborn over Angelo Poffo > Charlie Cook over Man Mountain Blackwell > Carlos Colon versus El
Mongol ended in a no contest > Ray Candy & Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler and Wayne Cowan & Crusher Verdu & Super Soul
Davis went to a draw at 15:00 > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Chief Bold Eagle & Chief Little Eagle over the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan
Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles)* to win the title > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Luke Graham* versus Ox Baker ended in a no
contest / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Verdu and Graham.

November 5, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., over Mark Starr (01)  > Ken Patera over Joe Turco > Pat Barrett over Rock Riddle > Bob Armstrong & Rocky Johnson over Roger
Kirby & Harley Race by disqualification > Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin over Danny Little Bear & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Kirby.

November 8, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Pat Barrett over Billy Spears > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ken Patera &
Danny Little Bear > Loser Leaves Match: Harley Race over Mike McCord > Rocky Johnson & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson over Roger
Kirby & Buddy Colt & Bearcat Wright > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) went to a draw / Notes:
J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

November 9, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ken Patera versus Mike McCord > Gene Anderson versus Joe Turco > Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. >
Bob Roop & Rocky Johnson versus the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight
Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Ole Anderson / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

November 11, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Terry Garvin versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Steve Keirn versus Jimmy Garvin > Roger Kirby & Harley Race & Bearcat Wright versus
Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Rocky Johnson / Notes:
Jimmy Garvin managed Terry Garvin. Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

November 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling
Alliance) > John Foley over the Champ > Man Mountain Blackwell over Ray Candy > Assassin #2 (01) & the Missouri Mauler over Angelo
Poffo & Super Soul Davis > Georgia Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Dick Steinborn* over Wayne Cowan > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
the Royal Kangaroos (Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles) over Chief Bold Eagle & Chief Little Eagle* to win the title > Round
Robin Match: Crusher Verdu over Luke Graham and Ox Baker > No Disqualification Match: Carlos Colon over El Mongol / Notes: Charlie
Cook was the special referee for the Colon-Mongol match. Rock Hunter managed Graham and Verdu. This is believed to have been the
final card for the All-South Wrestling Alliance, with Jim Barnett having reached an agreement to buy out Gunkel. It has been reported that
Gunkel received money from Georgia Championship Wrestling well into the 1980s as a result of the agreement.

November 12, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve
Keirn over Doug Somers > Billy Spears over Jack Welch (02) > Jimmy Garvin and Bob Orton, Jr., went to a draw > Rocky Johnson &
Danny Little Bear over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Buddy Colt & Harley Race over Ole Anderson & Gene
Anderson to win the title / Notes: It was reported that 5,000 were in attendance for this card. Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat
Wright managed Race and Colt.

November 15, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden & Steve Keirn over Billy Spears & Doug Somers > Mixed Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) & Darling
Dagmar over Peggy Patterson & Diamond Lil > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ken Patera
& Don Muraco > Roger Kirby over Ole Anderson > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson over Buddy Colt* > Rocky Johnson
versus Bearcat Wright > Lights Out Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Harley Race / Notes: Patterson substituted for Dottie Downs to team
with Lil in the match against Grable & Dagmar. Muraco substituted for Danny Little Bear to team with Patera in the match against the
Yankees. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt. Following the Johnson-Colt match, the title was held
up pending a rematch on November 22, 1974.

November 16, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ron Garvin and Ricky Gibson went to a draw > Handicap Match: Ken Patera over Joe Turco & John Grey >
Bob Orton, Jr., over Steve Keirn > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Rocky Johnson & Danny
Little Bear > Jack Brisco versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) ended in a no contest / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes managed
the Yankees.

November 18, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ricky Gibson versus Roger Kirby > Women’s Match: Betty Nicoli versus Jean Antone
> Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Harley Race versus
Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No Disqualification / No Time Limit): Buddy Colt* versus Rocky Johnson /
Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

November 19, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack
Welch (02) over Mark Starr (01) > Ricky Gibson over Pepe Lopez > Danny Little Bear over Terry Garvin > Jimmy Golden & Bob Orton, Jr.,
over Ron Garvin & Jimmy Garvin > Billy Spears & Buddy Colt & Bearcat Wright over Rocky Johnson & Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson by
disqualification / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Wright managed Race and Colt.

November 22, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., over Jimmy Golden > Pat Barrett over Ronnie Paul > Roger Kirby over Jerry Brisco > the Mighty Yankees (02)
(Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > Chain Match: Harley Race over Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson over Buddy Colt to win the title / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.
Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt. The Colt-Johnson match was a rematch from November 15, 1974.

November 23, 1974 (Saturday) – Griffin, GA – Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia
Championship Wrestling) > Ronnie Paul versus Bill Dromo > Roger Kirby versus Danny Little Bear > Women’s Match: Betty Nicoli
versus Jean Antone > Texas Death Match: Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01)
versus Harley Race & the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby
and Race. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.

November 25, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Ricky Gibson versus Roger Kirby > Loser Leaves Match: Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson versus the Mighty Yankees (02)
(Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* versus Rocky Johnson > Lights Out
Match: Harley Race versus Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and
Colt.

November 26, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., over Joe Turco > Women’s Match: Joyce Grable (02) over Peggy Patterson > Billy Spears & Buddy Colt over Jimmy Golden
& Steve Keirn > Rocky Johnson & Danny Little Bear over Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack
Brisco* and Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) went to a draw / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Colt.

November 29, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Danny Little Bear over Ron Garvin > Ricky Gibson and Bob Orton, Jr., went to a draw > Loser Leaves Match: the Mighty
Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson > North American Heavyweight Title
Match: Bob Armstrong* over Harley Race > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* over Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt. The
program for this card mentioned that tapings for “Georgia Championship Wrestling�, hosted by Gordon Solie, are now being held
on Tuesdays at 1:00 PM at the Sports Arena on Chester Avenue.

December 2, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Bob Orton, Jr., over Steve Keirn > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ken Patera
& Ray Candy > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Harley Race > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* over Ricky Gibson &
Rocky Johnson / Notes: J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby, Race, and Colt.

December 3, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell
Cochran over Joe Turco > Bob Orton, Jr., over Mark Starr (01) > Pat Barrett over Ronnie Paul > Jimmy Golden & Ricky Gibson over Ron
Garvin & Terry Garvin > Macon Tag Team Title Match: Rocky Johnson & Danny Little Bear over Buddy Colt & Harley Race* to win the title /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. Bearcat Wright managed Race and Colt.

December 6, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden & Steve Keirn over Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin > Ricky Gibson over Bob Orton, Jr. > the Mighty Yankees (02)
(Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ken Patera & Danny Little Bear > North American Heavyweight Title Match: Bob
Armstrong* over Bill Watts > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* over Buddy Colt > Lumberjack Match: Rocky Johnson
versus Bearcat Wright > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Harley Race / Notes: Wrestling #2 had vowed to unmask if he could not defeat Race.
Wright managed Race and Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.

December 9, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ken Patera & Bill Dromo > Midget Match: Little
Louie (01) over Sonny Boy Hayes > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* over Roger Kirby > Buddy Colt versus Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) ended in a no contest > Texas Death Match: Steve Keirn over Bob Orton, Jr. / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. J.C.
Dykes managed the Yankees.

December 10, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Midget Match: Cowboy Lang over Little Louie (01) > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Pat
Barrett & Jimmy Golden > Ricky Gibson over Ron Garvin > Southeastern Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* over Rocky Johnson /
Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Bearcat Wright managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees.

December 13, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden and Bob Orton, Jr., went to a draw > Ricky Gibson over Dennis Stamp > Bill Dromo over Bob Sweetan > the
Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Ken Patera & Steve Keirn > Georgia Tag Team Title Match:
Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #1 over Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt* by disqualification / Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. J.
C. Dykes managed the Yankees. The program we have for this card mentioned that Freddie Miller had replaced Jim Bell as the ring
announcer in Atlanta. It also had a plug for “Championship Wrestling from Floridaâ€�, which was shown immediately following â
€œGeorgia Championship Wrestlingâ€�, both hosted by Gordon Solie, at 7:00 PM on Channel 17, filling the time slot that had previously
had Ann Gunkel’s “All-South Championship Wrestling� program.

December 16, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Man Mountain Blackwell > Boxing Match: Steve Keirn versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ken Patera & Mr. Wrestling
#2 (01) versus the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky
Johnson* versus the Assassin (01) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Jack Brisco* versus Buddy Colt / Notes: Bearcat Wright
managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 17, 1974 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Steve Keirn versus Mark Starr (01) > Derrell Cochran versus Joe Turco > Roberto Soto versus Bob Orton, Jr. > Ken Patera
versus the Assassin (01) > Roger Kirby & Billy Spears versus Danny Little Bear & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) / Notes: Rock Hunter managed
the Assassin. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby.

December 17, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Golden over Man Mountain Blackwell > Robert Fuller over Bill Miller > the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) & Mighty
Yankee #2 (02)) over Pat Barrett & Bill Dromo > Ron Garvin and Ricky Gibson went to a draw > Jack Brisco & Rocky Johnson over Buddy
Colt & Bearcat Wright by disqualification / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Wright managed Colt. J.C. Dykes managed the
Yankees.

December 20, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Ricky Gibson and Billy Spears went to a draw > Roberto Soto over Roger Kirby > Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden over Ron Garvin & Bob
Orton, Jr. > Jerry Brisco over Man Mountain Blackwell > the Assassin (01) over Danny Little Bear > Texas Death Match: Mr. Wrestling #2
(01) over Buddy Colt > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson over Jack Brisco* by disqualification / Notes: Jimmy Garvin
managed Garvin. Ken Patera was the special referee for the Wrestling #2-Colt match. Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock
Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 23, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Jimmy Golden over Mark Starr (01) > Ron Garvin over Derrell Cochran > Bob Orton, Jr., over the Professional > the Assassin
(01) over Ken Patera > Rocky Johnson & Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Roger Kirby & Buddy Colt / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin.
Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 25, 1974 (Wednesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Joe Turco over Ronnie Paul > Roberto Soto over the Professional > Mixed Tag Team Match: Derrell Cochran & Darling Dagmar over Billy
Spears & Diamond Lil > the Assassin (01) over Ken Patera > No Time Limit Match: Ron Garvin over Ricky Gibson > Rocky Johnson over
Buddy Colt by disqualification > Rocky Johnson over Bearcat Wright by disqualification / Notes: Paul substituted for Robert Fuller in the
match against Turco. Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. Wright managed Colt. Hunter managed the Assassin (01).

December 27, 1974 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Omni Coliseum [P] (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) >
Jimmy Golden and Steve Keirn went to a draw > Robert Fuller over Bob Orton, Jr. > Billy Spears versus Roberto Soto ended in a no
contest > the Assassin (01) over the Professional > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Roger Kirby > North American Heavyweight Title Match:
Bob Armstrong* over Bobby Shane > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Rocky Johnson* over Buddy Colt by disqualification / Notes:
Bearcat Wright managed Kirby and Colt. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 30, 1974 (Monday) – Augusta, GA – William Bell Auditorium (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) > Mr. Wrestling #1 over Mighty Yankee #1 (02) by disqualification > Joe Turco over Ricky Gibson > Jimmy Golden and Bob
Orton, Jr., went to a draw > Ken Patera over the Assassin (01) > Roger Kirby & Mighty Yankee #2 (02) over Robert Fuller & Rocky Johnson
/ Notes: Bearcat Wright managed Kirby. J.C. Dykes managed the Yankees. Rock Hunter managed the Assassin.

December 31, 1974 (Tuesday) – Albany, GA – Allison’s Skating Rink (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship
Wrestling) Notes: A card was advertised for this date, but no details have been found.

December 31, 1974 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon Coliseum (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob
Orton, Jr., over Steve Keirn > Bill Dromo and Joe Turco went to a draw > Mr. Wrestling #2 (01) over Man Mountain Blackwell > Lumberjack
Match: Ricky Gibson over Ron Garvin by disqualification > Macon Tag Team Title Match: the Mighty Yankees (02) (Mighty Yankee #1 (02) &
Mighty Yankee #2 (02)) over Rocky Johnson & Danny Little Bear* to win the title / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Garvin. J.C. Dykes
managed the Yankees.