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Steve Yohe



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 2:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Los Angeles HOF Candidates for July 2015 (Ballot #2)

1-Nick Lutze

2-Ed “Strangler” Lewis

3-Joe Stecher

4- Nick Bockwinkel

5-Gus Sonnenberg

6-Leo Garibaldi

7-John Tolos

8-Mil Mascaras

9-Hulk Hogan

10-Bobo Brazil

11-Black Gordman

12-Great Goliath

13-Andre The Giant

15-Bearcat Wright

16-Gene LeBell (The Hangman)

17-Lou Thesz

18-Gorgeous George

19-Baron Michele Leone

20-Enrique Torres

21-Shohei Baba

22-Antonio Inoki

23-Buddy Rogers

24-Everett Marshall

25-Vic Christy

26-Kijni Shibuya

27-El Hijo del Santo

28-Frank Sexton

29-Buddy Austin

30-Edouard Carpentier

31-Cowboy Bob Ellis

32-Gene Kiniski

33-Pedro Morales

34-Count Billy Varga

35-Danny McShain

36-Mark Lewin

37-Perro Aguayo

38-Konnan

39-Psicosis (Dionicio Castellanos Torres)

40-Negro Casas

41-Chavo Guerrero

42-Ernie Ladd

43-Victor Rivera

44-Mike DiBiase

45-Dick The Bruiser

46-Ray Steele

47-Sandor Szabo

48-Man Mountain Dean

49-Lord James Blears

50-Johnny “Cowboy Rocky” Valentine

51-Roddy Piper

52-Greg Valentine

53-Jim McMillen

54-Frank Gotch

55-Dean Detton

56-Wilbur Snyder

57-Kintaro Oki

58-Rikidozan

59-Luke Graham

60-Alberto Torres

61-Ramon Torres

62-Al Costello

63-Roy Heffernan

64-Ernie Dusek

65-Dory Funk Jr

66-Terry Funk

67-Bob Backlund

68-Sgt Slaughter

69-The Sheik

70-Bull Ramos

71-Don Manoukian

72-Ray Mendoza

73-Bret Hart

74-Joe Pazandek

75- Gino Garibaldi

76-John Studd

77-Randy Savage

78-Kimon Kudo

79-Mr Moto

80-Mondo Guerrero

81-Red Berry

82-Primo Carnera

83-Tom Rice

84-Walter Miller

85-Vincent Lopez

86-Don Carson

87-Killer Kowalski

88-Don Muraco

89-Eddie Guerrero

90-Don Leo Jonathan

91-Ricki Starr

92-Haystack Calhoun

93-Ray Stevens

94-Chris Hero

95-Jake Roberts

96-Masa Saito

97-Antonino Rocca

98-Rey Misterio Jr (Rey Mysterio Jr-Oscar Guitierrez Rubio)

99-El Generico (Sami Zayn)

100-Cladio Castagnoli (Antonio Cesaro)


NON-WORKER LIST
1- Jimmy Lennon Sr

2-Jules Strongbow

3-Johnny Doyle

4-Toots Mondt

5-Antonio Pena

6-Cal Eaton

7-Jeff Walton

8-Jesse Hernandez

9-Billy Anderson

10-Johnny “Red Shoes” Duggan

11-Hugh Nichols

12-Vince McMahon Jr

13-Ray Fabiani

14-Dick Lane

15-John “Jack” Daro
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16-Art Williams

17-Dr. Bernard Schwartz

Tag Team List
1-Ernie & Emil Dusek

2-Black Gordman & Great Goliath

3- Gino & Vic Garibaldi

4- Enrique, Ramon & Alberto Torres

6- The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello & Roy Hefferman plus Red Berry)

7- The Destroyer & Don Manoukian

8- Kinji Shibuya & Masa Saito

9- Freddie Blassie & Don Leo Jonathan

10-The Assassins

11-Lord James Blears & Lord Athol Layton

12-Bobo Brazil & Wilbur Snyder

13-Gene Kiniski & John Tolos

14-Pedro Morales & Luis Hernandez

15-Freddie Blassie & Buddy Austin

16-The Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts & Jerry Brown with Sir Oliver Humperdink))

17-Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard

18-The Destroyer & Hard Boiled Haggerty

19-British Bulldogs (The Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith)

20- Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart)

21-Shawn Micheals & Marty Jannetty

22-Eddie Guerro & Love Machine (Art Barr)

23-El Hijo del Santo & Octagon

24- George & Bobby Becker

25-Freddie Blassie & Mr Moto


Holding Sections (with the # of the ballot the person can be voted back on list. None of these names can be voted during ballot #2)
Wrestlers
Ricky Steamboat (ballot #3)
Shawn Michaels (ballot #3)
Ric Flair (ballot #3)

Non-Wrestlers
Mike LeBell (ballot #3)
Mike Tenay (ballot #3)
Johnny Legend (ballot #3)
Jack Pfefer (ballot #3)
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 2:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

On ballot #1 Nick Lutze was voted to be added on to the candidate list & I agreed and voted for him. Altho I wasn't planing to put him on my 10 this round. I started looking & found that Lutze was just a good pick, but a “no brainer” to become a Calif. HOF on one of the coming ballots. He starts in 1926, the first complete year with the Olympic and lasts as a major wrestler in LA until 1940. He might have been in more main events than Londos. Never a champion or top guy, he was always a main eventer, and put over all the champions and contender getting ready to work with the top guy. Good looking face, who could work and had the style of a pure wrestler. He seemed to have been respected by fans & wrestlers. So I posting this. I think it has all his Olympic matches from 1926 to 1936. He also was major in Boston & S.F. And a major star everywhere. I put him in a class with Szabo & Detton. This may be hard to read but here it is:



8) MAY 5,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JOHN PESEK OVER GEORGE KOTSONAROS 2/3 VIA WOF
2) NICK LUTZE OVER TONY DE VECHI
1) JACK KESSEL OVER REGINALD SIKI
2) CHRIS MICHAEL DREW ROY ANDERSON

9) MAY 19,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) IVAN PODDUBNY OVER DAN KOLOFF 2/3 (2-0)
2) NICK LUTZE OVER PRINCE GOHO GOBAR
3) MEXICAN TITLE: FEXIX LOPEZ LOST TOFRANK AGUAYO 1/1 (2:10)
4) ROY ANDERSON DREW KINJO IKEDA
5) JOE (JACK ?) KESSEL OVER AL STONE


10) JUNE 2,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JIM LONDOS OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) FRANK AGUAYO OVER CHRIS MICHAELS
3) IVAN PODDUBNY VS HARRY MAXWELL

12) JUNE 30,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JIM LONDOS DREW NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) GEORGE KOTSONAROS DREW RENATO GARDINI
3) SAILOR HITESMAN VS FRANK KICE

13) JULY 14,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 8,000)
(World Title)
1) JOE STECHER OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) RENATO GARDINI OVER FRANK KICE
3) SAILOR HITESMAN DREW STANLEY PINTA

16) AUG. 11, 1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JOHN PESEK OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) JOHN FREEBERG DREW CHARLY HANSON
3) GILBERTO MARTINEZ OVER DUTCH MEYERS
4) JOHN PAXOS OVER PRINCE GOHO

19) SEPT. 8,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) AD SANTEL OVER DAN KOLOFF
2) RENATO GARDINI OVER JOE SIGMOND
3) WLADEK ZBYSZKO OVER JOHN FREEBERG
4) PAUL JONES DREW GEORGE KOTSONAROS
5) STANLEY PINTA OVER REGINALD SIKI
6) NICK LUTZE VS CHARLEY HANSEN

21) OCT. 6,1926-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
(World Title)
1) JOE STECHER OVER JOHN PESEK 2/3 VIA DQ
2) NICK LUTZE OVER PAUL JONES
3) RENATO GARDINI OVER JOE SIGMOND
4) MARCH 16, 1927—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) NICK LUTZE OVER CHARLES LEPPANAN 2/3
2) GEORGE KOTSONAROS OVER MARTINOFF ZIKOVICH
3) MATTY MATSUDA OVER JACK VARGO VIA DECISION (60 MIN)
4) RUSSELL VIS OVER NICK KARAVES

*) MARCH 16, 1927—OLYMPIC AUDITORIU
1)NICK LUTZE OVER CHARLES LEPPANAN 2/3
2) GEORGE KOTSONAROS OVER MARTINOFF ZIKOVICH
3) MATTY MATSUDA OVER JACK VARGO VIA DECISION (60 MIN)
4) RUSSELL VIS OVER NICK KARAVES

4) MARCH 30, 1927—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
(WORLD TITLE)
1) JOE STECHER OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
(WORLD WELTERWEIGHT TITLE)
2) MATTY MATSUDA OVER JACK VARGO VIA DQ
3) MARTIN ZIKOVICH DREW REGINALD SIKI

6) APRIL 27, 1927—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) NICK LUTZE OVER TOMMY DRAAK 2/3
2) WALTER MILLER VS BEN REUBEN
3) CHARLEY HANSEN VS BILL DEMETRAL

7) MAY 11, 1927—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) PAUL JONES OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 VIA COR
2) RENATO GARDINI DREW CHARLEY HANSON
3) MATTY MATSUDA REFUSED TO WRESTLE RUSSELL VIS WHO SUB’ED FOR T. S. HENDERSON
4) CHRIS MICHAELS DREW LEO PAPIANO

8) MAY 25, 1927—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) PAUL JONES OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 VIA 2 HR DECISION
2) RENATO GARDINI DREW GEORGE KOTSONAROS
3) RUSSELL VIS VS TOMMY HENDERSON

5) MARCH 21, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JIM BROWNING DREW NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) JACK WASHBURN OVER TOMMY DRAAK 2/3 VIA UTC
3) PROF. Y. FUJITA OVER MASKED MARVEL

7) APRIL 18, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JIM LONDOS DREW JIM BROWNING 2/3
2) NICK LUTZE OVER MILO STEINBORN
3) DR. P. A. MULLIKIN DREW LEO PAPIANO
9) MAY 16, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1)NICK LUTZE VS HOWARD CANTONWINE 2/3
2)JIM BROWING VS JACK WASHBURN
3) FELEX LOPEZ VS TEX WRIGHT
-) JUNE 16, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (10,000 WITH 1,000’S TURN AWAY) ($16,000)
(WORLD TITLE)
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 falls (FINISH MATCH)
-)HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER JOHN WILCOX
-)AL BAFFERT DREW BULL MONTANA

14) AUG. 8, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) NICK LUTZE DREW JOE MALCEWICZ 2/3
2) MARIN PLESTINA OVER JIM BROWNING 2/3 (2 ST)
3) DR. P. A. MULLIKAN VS TOMMY HENDERSON (HANDYCAPE)

-) AUG. 22, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) JOE MALCEWICZ OVER JIM MC MILLEN 2/3 VIA UTC
2) NICK LUTZE DREW PAUL JONES
3) PETE AISBRENNER DREW ANDY SIMPSON

-) SEPT. 5, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE OVER JIM MC MILLEN 2/3 FALLS
-) JOE MALCEWICZ OVER CARL NELSON
-) AL BAFFERT DREW JORGEN PETERSON

-) SEPT. 19, 1928—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (7,100)
-) JOE MALCEWICZ OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS (TOURNAMENT FINAL)
-) DR. P. A. MULLIKAN OVER WALTER O’ CONNOR
-) AL BAFFERT OVER LEO GHILARDUCCI
-) APRIL 17, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) JOE STECHER OVER JOE MALCEWICK 2/3 FALLS
-) NICK LUTZE OVER BILL BETH
-) DON DE LAUN OVER TOMMY THOMPSON

-) MAY 15, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER DICK DAVISCOURT 2/3 (2ST)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER BILL BETH
-) DON DE LAUN OVER JOHN HUNNELL

-) MAY 29, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) JOE MALEWICZ OVER STANLEY STASIAK 2/3
-) NICK LUTZE OVER DON DE LAUN
-) BILL BETH OVER MARIN ZIKOVICH

-) JUNE 12, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE OVER DICK DAVISCOURT 2/3
-) JOE MALEWICZ OVER BILL BETH
-) WHITE NOBLE DREW AL BAFFERT

-) JUNE 26, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE OVER STANLEY STASIAK 2/3
-) JOE MALEWICZ OVER DON DE LAUN
-) DICK DAVISCOURT OVER BILL BETH

-) JULY 10, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) JOE MALEWICZ OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 VIA UTC
-) JACK O’MALLEY OVER NICK VELCOFF
-) BILL BETH OVER JACK WINGO

-) AUG. 7, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,800)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER JOE MALEWICZ 2/3
-) GEORGE KOTSONAROS VS DICK DAVISCOURT
-) AL BAFFERT VS BOB KRUSE

-) AUG. 21, 1929-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) JOE STECHER OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
-) BOB KRUSE DREW GEORGE MC CLEOD
-) IVAN LINOW OVER JACK WINGO
19) SEPT. 18, 1929—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (10,400)($35,000)
(WORLD TITLE)
1) GUS SONNENBERG OVER JOE STECHER 2/3 FALLS
2) NICK LUTZE OVER JACK O’MALLEY
3) MARIN PLESTINA OVER NICK VELCOFF

-) OCT. 3, 1929-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
-) MARIN PLESTINA OVER BILL SHAW VIA DQ
-) LEO PAPEANO DREW ZACK MALCOV

4) FEB. 19, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) EVERETT MARSHAL OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE 2/3 (2 ST)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER GENE LA DOUX
-) STEVE STRELICH OVER MIKE COLLINS

5) MARCH 5, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (10,500)($19,500)
-) EVERETT MARSHAL OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 (2 ST)
-) GENE LA DOUX OVER JERRY MONOGHAN
-) DR. KARL SARPOLIS OVER MARTIN ZILOVICH

6) MARCH 19, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,500)($13,000)
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER GENE LA DOUX 2/3 (2 ST)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER DR. KARL SARPOLIS 2/3
(SAPPOLIS WON 1st FALL IN 20 SECONDS---CALLED A WORLD RECORD--?)
-) STEVE STRELICH OVER JIM REYNOLDS

7) APRIL 2, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (9,000)
1) EVERETT MARSHAL OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 (2 ST)
2) DAN KOLOFF OVER GENE LA DOUX 2/3 (2 ST)
3) STEVE STRELICH OVER P. A. MULLIKAN VIA COR

8) APRIL 16, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) EVERETT MARSHAL OVER ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS 2/3
2) NICK LUTZE OVER REX SMITH
3) AD HERMAN OVER STEVE STRELICH
9) MAY 5, 1930--WRIGLEY FIELD, L. A. (17,580)($69,745)
(WORLD TITLE)
1) GUS SONNENBERG OVER EVERETT MARSHAL 2/3
2) ED DON GEORGE OVER DAN KOLOFF
3) NICK LUTZE OVER GENE LA DOUX
4) DR. P. A. MULLIKAN DREW AD HERMAN
(A 1933 report in the LA Times gives the attendance as 16,880 and $68,830.50)
10) MAY 14, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE OVER DAN KOLOFF 2/3
-) ED DON GEORGE OVER STANLEY STASIAK 2/3 (2 ST)
-) BUCK OLSEN OVER REX SMITH

11) MAY 28, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) ED DON GEORGE OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
-) LEE WYCOFF OVER BUCK OLSEN
-) AL BAFFERT OVER TOMMY TOMPSON
16) AUG. 6, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) ED DON GEORGE OVER MARIN PLESTINA 2/3 (2 ST)
2) NICK LUTZE OVER BILL SHAW 2/3
3) PIETRO BACINI OVER LEE WYCOFF

17) AUG. 20, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) ED DON GEORGE OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS VIA COR
2) JOE MALCEWICZ OVER LEE WYCOFF
3) STEVE STRELICH OVER TIGER TAYOR

18) SEPT. 3, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,000)
-) EVERETT MARSHAL OVER BOB “BIBBER” MC COY 2/3
-) JOE MALCEWICS LOST TO BILL SHAW (HANDYCAP—FAILED TO PIN TWICE IN A HOUR.)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER FRANK LEAVITT (LATER M. M. DEAN)

21) OCT. 15, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (10,400)
1) ED DON GEORGE OVER BOB MC COY 2/3 (2 ST)
2) JOSE DOMINGUEZ OVER JOE MALCEWICZ
3) NICK LUTZE OVER MOOSE NORBECK

25) DEC. 10, 1930—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
(WORLD TITLE)
-) GUS SONNENBERG LOST TO ED DON GEORGE 2/3 (TITLE CHANGE)
-) HENRI DE GLANE OVER DAN KOLOFF
-) NICK LUTZE OVER DON DE LAUN
26) DEC. 22, 1930--OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) HENRI DE GLANE OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS
2) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER JOE STOCCA 2/3 (2 ST)
3) MYRON COX (1st MATCH) OVER DON DE LAUN
24) SEPT. 16, 1931—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (7,000)
-) JOE SAVOLDI OVER DR. KARL SARPOLIS 2/3 (2ST—DQ IN 1ST FALL)
-) NICK LUTZE DREW BONNIE MUIR
-) DON CASTANO OVER AD HERMAN
-) THE MASKED MARVEL OVER TIM MC GRATH

26) OCT. 14, 1931—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) GUS SONNENBERG OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS
-) WLADEK ZBYSZKO DREW EVERETT MARSHALL
-) VIC CHRISTY OVER DON CASTANOS

27) OCT. 28, 1931—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,000)
-) NICK LUTZE DREW BONNIE MUIR 2/3 (2:10:00)
-) MAHATMA DAULAH OVER SOL SCHLAGEL
-) NAT PENDLETON OVER COUNT JOE VARGA
-) VIC CHRISTY OVER CARL RHULE

28) NOV. 9, 1931—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) GUS SONNENBERG DREW NICK LUTZE 2/3 ( REVERSED DECISION—REF BUMP)
-) BONNIE MUIR OVER HARRY MANOS
-) NAT PENDLETON OVER JACK CLARKE
-) VIC CHRISTY DREW RUDY SKARDA
33) NOV. 9, 1932—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) GEORGE ZAHARIAS DREW NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) HANS STEINKE OVER HENRY GRABER
3) VIC CHRISTY DREW RUDY SKARDA

21) MAY 3, 1933-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) NICK LUTZE OVER HAL RUMBERG 2/3
2) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER TINY ROEBUCK 2/3 (2 ST)
3) GEORGE HAGEN OVER NICK VELCOFF
4) OKI SHIKINA OVER AL SPARKES

5) MAY 9, 1933-SAN DIEGO
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER OKI SHIKINA 2/3
-) NICK LUTZE DREW RUDY SKARDA
-) DR. P. A. MULLIKAN OVER TONY MARCONI VIS COR
-) DAVE SNODGRASS OVER STEVE STRELICH

-) MAY 15, 1933—LONG BEACH MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE OVER HAL RUMBERG 2/3 VIA UTC (NECK)
-) GLEN WADE DREW TINY ROEBUCK
-) DR. P. A. MULLIGAN OVER PAT MALONEY
-) BOBBY SIMPSON OVER WALLY SWANSON

22) MAY 17, 1933—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
(N.Y. WORLD TITLE)
1) JIM BROWNING OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) OKI SHIKINA DREW AD SANTEL (30 MIN—JUI-JITSU)
3) GEORGE HAGAN DREW HAL RUMBERG
4) TINY ROEBUCK OVER RAY JARECKI
5) GLENN WADE OVER TEX WRIGHT

23) AUG. 28, 1933—WRIGLEY FIELD, L. A. (14,000)
(WORLD TITLE)
1) JIM BROWNING OVER SAMMY STEIN 2/3 FALLS
2) GUS SONNENBERG OVER NICK LUTZE
3) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER MARIN PLESTINA
4) FRANK VON MOHR OVER NEWTON ISGRIGG 2/3 (AMATURE)
5) GEORGE HAGEN DREW CHARLEY SANTEN
6) CASEY COLUMBO OVER CUS EILERS
7) VIC CHRISTY OVER PETE SHOE
8) PAT RILEY OVER LOUIE BACIGALUPI
9) OLE ANDERSON OVER PAT MC CLARY
10) DR. FRED MEYERS OVER RUBE WRIGHT

24) AUG. 29, 1933—SAN DIEGO (ATT-4,000)
(WORLD TITLE)
1) JIM BROWNING DREW ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS 2/3
2) DR. FRED MEYERS DREW NICK LUTZE
3) TOMMY HEINZ OVER BILLY TROUT
4) VIC CHRISTY DREW PAT REILLY
5) PAUL COMSTICK DREW DAVE SNODGRASS

-) SEPT. 6, 1933—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) GUS SONNENBERG OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 VIS DQ
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER OLE ANDERSON 2/3 VIA UTC
-) VIC CHRISTY DREW DR. FRED MEYERS
-) GEORGE HAGEN DREW PAT REILLY
-) PETE SHOE OVER PAT MC CLARY

*) SEPT. 19, 1933—SAN DIEGO (ATT-3,500)
1) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS DREW SAMMY STEIN 2/3 FALLS (60:00)
2) NICK LUTZE OVER DR. FREDDY MEYERS 2/3
3) GEORGE HAGEN DREW PAT REILLY
4) PETE SHOE DREW LOUIE BACIAGAIUPI
5) MIKE BOSKOS DREW RAY TETZIAFF

25) SEPT. 20, 1933—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE DREW SAMMY STEIN 2/3 FALLS
-) DR. FRED MEYERS OVER GEORGE HAGEN
-) HANDICAP: ED LEWIS OVER DALE RAINES
ED LEWIS OVER TOR JOHNSON
ED LEWIS FTP LOUIS BACIGALUPI
-) VIC CHRISTY VS PETER RILEY
-) CECIL MC GILL DREW PETE SHOE

26) NOV. 9, 1933—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
(WORLD TITLE)
1) JIM BROWNING OVER SAMMY STEIN 2/3
2) NICK LUTZE DREW DR. FRED MEYERS
3) RUDT SKARDA OVER JACK MANUEL
4) STEVE ZNOSKY OVER TINY ROEBUCK
5) SCOTTY DAWKINS OVER JIM CORRIGAN
6) CASEY COLUMBO OVER PAT O’HARA

-) NOV. 21, 1933—SAN DIEGO
-) NICK LUTZE OVER JACK MANUEL 2/3
-) MIKE MAZURKI VS SAMMY STEIN
-) STEVE ZNOSKY VS SCOTTY DAWKINS
-) RUDY SKARDA VS CY WILLIAMS

-) NOV. 22, 1933—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (4,000)
-) SAMMY STEIN OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 VIA REFEREE’S DECISION
-) IVAN MANNAGOFF OVER SCOTTY DAWKINS
-) MIKE MAZURKI OVER JIM CORRIGAN
-) JACK MANUEL OVER JIMMY GOLDBERG
-) CY WILLIAMS DREW RUDY SKARDA

-) DEC. 4, 1933—PASADINA ARENA
-) NICK LUTZE VS RUDY SKARDA 2/3
-) HARRY EKEZIAN OVER JACK MANUEL
-) JOE VARGA OVER MYRON COX VIA DECISION
-) MIKE MAZURKI OVER FRANK VON MOHR
-) WALLY SWANSON DREW YALE WILLES

-) DEC. 13, 1933—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) NICK LUTZE OVER DR. FRED MEYERS 2/3
-) SAMMY STEIN OVER STEVE ZNOSKY 2/3 VIA UTC
-) DEAN DETTON DREW IVAN MANNAGOFF
-) MIKE MAZURKI OVER RUBE WRIGHT
-) JACK GANSON OVER SCOTTY DAWKINS
-) JACK MANUEL DREW AD HERMAN

-) JAN. 10, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (4,000)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER SAMMY STEIN 2/3 (UTC-HURT RIBS)
-) DR. FRED MEYER DREW MIKE MAZURKI
-) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER CY WILLIAMS
-) PAT FRALEY OVER LOUIE BACIGALUGI
-) RUDY SKARDA DREW RUBE WRIGHT

4) JAN. 17, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,500)
(WORLD TITLE)
1) JIM BROWNING OVER JOE SAVOLDI 2/3 VIA DQ (USED OUTLAWED DROPKICK)
2) LEO NUMA OVER PAT KELLY
3) NICK LUTZE OVER BONNIE MUIR VIA DECISION
4) DR. FRED MEYER DREW PAT FRALEY
5) MIKE MAZURKI DREW IVAN MANNAGOFF
6) CY WILLIAMS DREW JACK GANSON

6) JAN. 24, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,500)
(WORLD TITLE)
-) JIM BROWNING OVER JOE SAVOLDI 2/3
-) LEO NUMA OVER NICK LUTZE VIA DECISION
-) SAMMY STEIN OVER RUDY SKARDA
-) PAT FRALEY OVER AD HERMAN
-) PAT RILEY DREW CY WILLIAMS

7) JAN. 31, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) NICK LUTZE OVER DR. FRED MEYER 2/3
2) LEO NUMA OVER MIKE MAZURKI 2/3
3) PAT FRALEY OVER FRANK VON MOHR
4) PAT RILEY DREW CY WILLIAMS

8) FEB. 14, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) RAY STEELE OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3
2) PAUL JONES DREW LEO NUMA 2/3
3) DR. FRED MEYERS OVER RUBE WRIGHT
4) MIKE MAZURKI DREW CY WILLIAMS
5) PAT RILEY DREW PAT FRALEY

42) SEPT. 12, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (11,000-SOLD OUT)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE 2/3 (DQ IN 1ST—1 MIN 43 SEC IN 2ND—2ST)
2) NICK LUTZE OVER PAUL BOESCH
3) JOE SAVOLDI OVER MIKE MAZURKI
4) PAY O’SHOCKER OVER JACK GANSON
5) RAY STEELE OVER ABE GOLDBERG
6) LEO NUMA OVER JACK DONOVAN

43) SEPT. 19, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (11,500-1,000’S TURNED AWAY)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER GEORGE ZAHAIAS 2/3-UTC
2) HOWARD CANTONWINE DREW NICK LUTZE
3) JOE SAVOLDI OVER PAT O’SHOCKER
4) RAY STEELE OVER IVAN MANNAGOFF
5) JUGAT SINGH OVER CY WILLIAMS
6) DICK DAVISCOURT DREW ABIE COLEMAN

44) SEPT. 26, 1934-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (11,500)(10,000 TURNED AWAY)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER JOE SAVOLDI 2/3 (1ST=5 MIN 35 SEC-2ND= 1 MIN 10 SEC.-3ND=55 SEC.)
2) RAY STEELE DREW PAUL BOESCH (20 MIN)
3) NICK LUTZE OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE 2/3
4) SAMMY STEIN DREW PAT O’SHOCKER
5) JUGAT SINDH OVER TEX WRIGHT
6) DICK DAVISCOURT OVER ABIE GOLDBERG

45) OCT. 10, 1934—WRIGLEY FIELD (23,565--$40,922)
(WORLD TITLE)
7) JIM LONDOS OVER MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN 2/3 (2ST-2ND-COR)
8) NICK LUTZE OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE
9) RAY STEELE DREW JOE MALCEWICZ
10) JOE SAVOLDI DREW GEORGE ZAHARIAS
11) PAUL BOESCH OVER FRANK VON MOHR
12) SAMMY STEIN OVER CASEY COLOMBO
13) JUGAT SINGH OVER DICK DAVISCOURT
14) MATROS KIRILENKO OVER ABIE GOLDBERG
15) PAT O’ SHOCKER OVER JACK GANSON

46) OCT. 17, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (6,000)
-) JOE SAVOLDI OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS
-) HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER JUGAT SINGH
-) RAY STEELE OVER PAT O’ SHOCKER
-) SAMMY STEIN OVER PAUL BOESCH
-) JOE MALCEWICZ OVER HARRY JACOBS
-) MATROS KIRILENKO OVER LEO PAPIANO

47) OCT. 24, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (5,000)
-) RAY STEELE OVER SAMMY STEIN 2/3
-) JOE MALCEWICZ DREW NICK LUTZE (60 MIN)
-) HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER JUGAT SINGH
-) PAUL BOESCH OVER LEO PAPIANO
-) STEVE STRELICH DREW CASEY COLUMBO
-) MATROS KIRILENKO OVER ERNIE HAYNES

48) OCT. 31, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (8,000)
(WORLD TITLE)
-) JIM LONDOS OVER RAY STEELE 2/3 (2ST)
-) HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER JUGAT SINGH 2/3
-) NICK LUTZE OVER RUTY SKARDA
-) JOE MALCEWICZ OVER AL BAFFERT
-) MATROS KIRILENKO DREW DICK DAVISCOURT
-) BRONCO VALDEZ OVER MIKE STRELICH

49) NOV. 7, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS 2/3
-) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER DICK DAVISCOURT
-) HANS STEINKLE OVER JACK GANSON
-) NICK LUTZE OVER AL BAFFERT
-) SAMMY STEIN DREW JOE MALCEWICZ
-) YUSIEF THE TERRIBLE TURK OVER BRONKO VALDEZ

50) NOV. 14, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (9,000)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE 2/3-UTC(2ST)
2) GEORGE ZAHARIAS DREW NICK LUTZE 2/3
3) RAY STEELE DREW HANS STEINKLE
4) SAMMY STEIN OVER AMED YOUSIFF
5) DICK DAVISCOURT OVER GEORGE MANISH
6) THE MASKED SCORPION OVER MIKE STRELICH

51) NOV. 21, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (11,000-SOLD-OUT)
-) MANMOUNTAIN DEAN OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3-UTC
-) HANS STEINKLE OVER MATROS KIRILENKO 2/3 (2ST)
-) RAY STEELE DREW CLIFF OLSEN
-) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF DREW SAMMY STEIN
-) THE MASKED SCORPION OVER MIKE MAZURKI
-) AMED YOUSIFF OVER STEVE STRELICH

53) DEC. 6, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
-) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER HANS STEINKLE 1/1 (4 MIN 52 SEC)
-) NICK LUTZE OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS 2/3
-) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE
-) SAMMY STEIN DREW AL BAFFERT
-) PAT O’SHOCKER OVER THE MASKED SCORPION
-) JOE SAVOLDI OVER DICK DAVISCOURT
-) CLIFF OLSEN OVER AMED YOUSIFF

56) DEC. 27, 1934—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (11,500)
(WORLD TITLE)
-) JIM LONDOS OVER MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN 2/3 (2ST-1ST FALL=COR)
-) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE
-) DICK DAVISCOURT DREW JOE MALCEWICZ
-) HANS STEINKE LOST HANDYCAP MATCH WHEN PINED AL PAFROF & TED CHRISTY BUT FAILED TO PIN NICK LUTZE
-) THE MASKED SCORPION OVER CLIFF OLSEN
-) FRANK SPEER OVER MATROS KIRILENKO
-) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER BULL CAMPBELL

*) JAN. 2, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 7,000 )
1) ED “STRANGLER” LEWIS OVER HANS STEINKE 2/3 FALLS
2) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF OVER RAY STEELE 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
3) THE MASKED SCORPION OVER PAT O’SHOCKER
4) NICK LUTZE DREW IRA DERN
5) FRANK SPEER DREW SAMMY STEIN
6) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER TED CHRISTY

*) JAN. 9, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 11,000)
(WORLD TITLE)
1) JIM LONDOS OVER MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
2) THE MASKED SCORPION OVER CHIEF LITTLE WOLF VIA COR
3) NICK LUTZE DREW FRANK SPEERS
4) HANS STEINKE OVER PAT O’SHOCKER
5) HOWARD CANTONWINE DREW PETE MEHRINGER
6) IRA DERN OVER MIKE MAZURKI
7) SAMMY STEIN OVER TED CHRISTY

*) MARCH 6,1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,000)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN LOST TO NICK LUTZE & HANS STEINKE
(HANICAP MATCH)—DEAN WAS TO PIN BOTH IN 30 MINS BUT COULDN’T EVEN PIN LUTZE.
STEINKE DIDN’T HAVE TO WRESTLE.
2) JOE SAVOLDI OVER FRANK SPEER 2/3 FALLS
3) HANS KAMPHER OVER PAT O’SHOCKER
4) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER MILO STEINBORN
5) PAUL BOESCH OVER OLE ANDERSON
6) WEE WILLIE DAVIS OVER BOBBY EVANS
7) JUAN HUMBERTO OVER JACK SULLIVAN

*) MARCH 20,1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,500 WITH FANS TURNED AWAY)
1) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF OVER GUS SONNENBERG 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
VIA UTC
2) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER BOBBY STEWARD (03:16)
3) VINCENT LOPEZ DREW JOE SAVOLDI
4) NICK LUTZE OVER FRANK SPEER
5) HANS KAMPHER DREW MATROS KIRILENKO
6) PAUL BOESCH OVER MIKE MAZURKI
7) JUAN HUMBERTO OVER SID WESTRICH
(LOU DARO WASN’T PRESENT. HE WAS RECUPERATING FROM A SIEGE OF ILLNESS AT A LOCAL HOT SPRINGS. HIS BROTHER WAS RUNNING THE SHOW.)

*) APRIL 10, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 8,000)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS VIA UTC
(2-0)-(LUTZE SUFFERED BROKEN RIBS FROM BEING JUMPED ON)
2) HANS KAMPHER DREW HANS STEINKE 2/3 FALLS
3) DEAN DETTON DREW HOWARD CANTONWINE
4) PETE MEHRINGER OVER JUAN HUMBERTO VIA DQ
5) PAT FRALEY OVER ERNIE HAYNES
6) DR FRED MEYER OVER EVERETT KIBBONS
7) TOM THUME (350 LBS) OVER BOBBY STEWARD

*) MAY 29, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,400 PAID ATT: 9,393--$9,200)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER CHIEF LITTLE WOLF VIA COR (T)
2) ED "STRANGLER" LEWIS OVER PETE MEHRINGER (T)
3) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER RUSTY WESCOATT (T)
4) ERNIE DUSEK OVER MIKE ROMANO (T)
5) SERGEI KALMIKOFF OVER NICK LUTZE (T)
6) DEAN DETTON OVER TONY FELICE (T)
7) SANDOR SZABO OVER SUN JENNINGS (T)
(ELIMINATED-FELICE. THE MEHRINGER LOSS WAS THE FIRST OF HIS CAREER. HE SUBED FOR O'MAHONEY. LEWIS WAS RIPED IN THE PRESS...SAYING HE OUTPERSPIRED REFEREE MCDONALD AND THAT HE SHOULD RETIRE. HE SWEAT SO MUCH THAT RINGSIDERS WERE SINGING "RIVER,STAY AWAY FROM MY DOOR." TOOTS MONDT MANAGED LITTLE WOLF.)

*) JUNE 26, 1935-OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,400--SELLOUT--PAID ATT: 8,653--$7,000 )
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER CHIEF LITTLE WOLF (T)
2) ERNIE DUSEK OVER ED "STRANGLER" LEWIS (T)
3) KIMAN KUDO OVER HANS SCHRODER
4) NICK LUTZE OVER BROTHER JONATHAN
5) PAUL JONES OVER MILO STEINBORN
6) PETE MEHRINGER OVER MIKE ROMANO
7) PAT FRALEY DREW HANS KAMPHER
(LITTLE WOLF'S LOSS WAS A SHOCK TO THE WRESTLING WORLD BECAUSE HE HAD SIGNED TO MEET JIM LONDOS IN NYC'S YAMKEE STADIUM IN JULY AND THIS RESULT HURT AN EXPECTED $100,000 GATE. THE PRESS SAW THIS AS DANO SCREWING OVER PARTENERS JACK CURLEY & TOOTS MONDT. ELIMINATED-WOLF & LEWIS)

*) JULY 3, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (PAID ATT: 7,750--$6,900)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER ERNIE DUSEK (T)
2) SANDOR SZABO OVER JUAN HUMBERTO
3) PETE MEHRINGER OVER RUSTY WESTCOATT
4) SERGEI KALMIKOFF OVER MIKE ROMANO
5) KIMAN KUDO OVER SUN JENNINGS
6) ED "STRANGLER" LEWIS OVER HANS KAMPHER VIA DECISION
7) JIM BROWNING OVER NICK LUTZE

*) AUG. 7, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 7,000)
1) GEORGE ZAHARIAS OVER DEAN DETTON 2/3 FALLS
2) SANDOR SZABO OVER BABE ZAHARIAS
3) JACK WASHBURN OVER PETE MEHRINGER
4) KIMAN KUDO OVER FRED CORANO
5) MATROS KARILENKO OVER JUAN HUMBERTO
6) NICK LUTZE DREW CY WILLIAMS

*) AUG. 14, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: ?)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS 2/3 FALLS (2 ST)
VIA DQ
2) DEAN DETTON OVER VIC CHRISTY
3) NICK LUTZE OVER WEE WILLY DAVIS VIA DQ
4) SANDOR SZABO OVER IVAN MANNAGOFF
5) JACK WASHBURN OVER MATROS KIRILENKO
6) PAUL BOESCH OVER MIKE STRELICH

*) AUG. 21, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,400)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER KIMAN KUDO 2/3 FALLS VIA UTC
2) SANDOR SZABO OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS
3) DEAN DETTON OVER VIC CHRISTY 2/3 FALLS (2 ST)
4) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF DREW PAUL BOESCH
5) NICK LUTZE OVER BROTHER JONATHAN
6) JACK WASHBURN OVER ERNIE HAYNES
7) WEE WILLY DAVIS OVER BILL HOOLIHAN
(ZAHARIAS BLEED FROM FOREHEAD CUT.)

*) SEPT. 25, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 9,000)
1) GUS SONNENBERG OVER MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN 2/3 FALLS
VIA COR
2) SANDOR SZABO DREW AL BISIGNANO 2/3 FALLS (60 MINS)
3) WEE WILLY DAVIS DREW MATROS KIRILENKO
4) NICK LUTZE OVER TONY FELICE
5) HARRY KENT OVER BOB RUSSELL
6) MILO STEINBORN OVER HARRY JACOBS

*) OCT. 23, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: SELLOUT--10,400)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER SANDOR SZABO 2/3 FALLS (2-0) VIA UTC
(1:35:30)
2) WEE WILLY DAVIS OVER AL BISIGNANO VIA DQ
3) MAYS MCLAIN OVER PAUL BOESCH
4) GINO GARIBALDI OVER ABE COLEMAN
5) NICK LUTZE OVER PAT FRALEY
6) DR P. A. MULLIKAN OVER STEVE STRELICH

*) NOV. 6, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 6,000)
(ITALTAN CHAMPIONSHIP)
1) GINO GARIBALDI OVER AL BISIGNANO 2/3 FALLS
2) WEE WILLY DAVIS OVER JACK WASHBURN 2/3 FALLS
3) SANDOR SZABO OVER PAT FRALEY
4) MAYS MCLAIN DREW NICK LUTZE
5) LUIS MAYO OVER JACK WAGNER
6) DR P.A. MULLIKAN DREW TED SARRIS

*) NOV. 27, 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 7,000)
1) GINO GARIBALDI OVER SANDOR SZABO 2/3 FALLS
2) JOE SAVOLDI OVER MAYS MCLAIN 2/3 FALLS
3) GEORGE CALZA OVER PAT FRALEY
4) NICK LUTZE OVER BABE ZAHARIAS
5) DICK DAVISCOURT OVER AL BAFFERT
6) PREACHER HOGUE DREW WEE WILLY DAVIS
7) AHMET YOUSSOFF OVER LUIS MAYO

*) DEC. 17 1935---OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: ?)
1) GEORGE CALZA OVER NICK LUTZE 2/3 FALLS (2 ST)
2) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF DREW GINO GARIBALDI 2/3 FALLS-DCOR
3) KIMAN KUDO OVER LUIS MAYO
4) MILO STEINBORN OVER SUN JENNINGS
5) CASEY KAZANJIAN OVER AHMET YOUSSOFF
6) LEN MACALUSO OVER JOE VARGA
(WOLF & GARIBALDI BOTH FELL IN TO THE STAIRWAY UNDER THE OLYMPIC RING.)

*) JAN. 15, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 7,500)
(CALIF. WORLD TITLE)
4) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER GINO GARIBALDI 2/3 FALLS
5) EMIL DUSEK OVER NICK LUTZE
6) KING CHEWACKI OVER TONY ROCCO
7) HERB FREEMAN OVER STANLEY PINTO
8) BILLY SLEDGE OVER JACK WASHBURN
9) DICK DAVISCOURT OVER BIG BOY STEELE

*) MAY 20, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 9,500)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER JOE SAVOLDI 2/3 FALLS
(2ND FALL=COR)
2) GEORGE ZAHARIAS OVER VIC CHRISTY
3) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER BILL SLEDGE
4) RAY STEELE OVER BILLY BARTUSH
5) HANS STEINKE OVER MIKE MAZURKI
6) TINY ROEBUCK DREW NICK LUTZE
7) BILLY HANSON OVER DICK DAVISCOURT
8) LOU THESZ OVER COUNT PELOSKY
(LOU DARO STILL IN JAPAN….THESZ WAS BEING SPELLED AS THEZ.)

*) MAY 27 , 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,400)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
-) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER JOE SAVOLDI 2/3 FALLS (2 ST)
-) GEORGE ZAHARIAS OVER VIC CHRISTY (REF-STEINKE)
-) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER COUNT POLOSKY
-) BILLY HANSON OVER WEE WILLY DAVIS
-) HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER MAYS MCLAIN
-) RAY STEELE OVER STANLEY PINO
-) SANDOR SZABO DREW NICK LUTZE
-) RUDY SKARDA OVER BENNY GINSBURG VIA DQ
(ED LEWIS MANAGED LOPEZ)

*) JUNE 3, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE 2/3 FALLS (2 ST) VIA UTC
2) GEORGE ZAHARIAS OVER BILLY HANSON
3) HANS STENKE OVER BUCK ROEBUCK
4) RAY STEELE OVER CASEY KAZAJIAN
5) JUAN OLAQUIVAL OVER BENNY GINSBERG
6) NICK LUTZE OVER BILL LONGSON
7) MAYS MCLAIN OVER LEO PAPIANO
8) BILL SLEDGE OVER CASEY COLUMBO

*) JUNE 10, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 5,000)
1) MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS 2/3 FALLS VIA UTC
2) NICK LUTZE OVER SANDOR SZABO VIA COR
3) HANS STEINKE OVER LOU THESZ
4) BILLY HANSON OVER JACK MCARTHUR
5) JUAN OLAQUIVAL OVER DICK DAVISCOURT
6) HOWARD CANTONWINE OVER BILL SLEDGE
7) ABIE GOLDBURG OVER WILDMAN ZIM
(PROMOTER WAS JACK DARO---LOU DARO STILL IN JAPAN.)

*) JUNE 17, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,400)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN 2/3 FALLS VIA COR
2) ED DON GEORGE OVER JOE MALCEWICZ
3) HANS STEINKE OVER RUSTY WESCOATT
4) JOE SAVOLDI OVER THOR (TOR) JOHNSON
5) NICK LUTZE DREW BILLY HANSON
6) SANDOR SZABO DREW GEORGE ZAHARIAS
7) HOWARD CATONWINE OVER BILL SLEDGE
8) JUAN OLAQUIVAL GEORGE KONDELIS
(DEAN CLAIMED HE WAS GOING TO RETIRE IF HE LOST, BUT PUT IT OFF A WEEK BECAUSE HE WAS ROBBED BY LOPEZ. CLAIMED HE WAS WAITING FOR THE DAY HE COULD SHAVE AND DUMP HIS WRESTLING GIMMICK.)

*) JUNE 23, 1936 VENTURA
1) NICK LUTZE OVER CASEY KAZANJIAN
2) MAYES MCLAIN DREW GEORGE KANDYLIS
3) BILL LONGSON OVER TINY ROEBUCK
4) LEWIS EATON DREW ORVILL GRABEL

*) JUNE 24, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER MAN MOUNTAIN DEAN (REF-STEINKE)
2) ED DON GEORGE OVER SANDOR SZABO 2/3 FALLS
3) RAY STEELE OVER NICK LUTZE VIA DQ
4) BILLY HANSON OVER BOBBY O’BRIEN
5) STEVE SAVAGE OVER LOUIS BACIGALUPI
6) ABIE GOLDBERG OVER LEO PAPIANO
7) JUAN OLAQUIVAL OVER JACK MCARTHUR
8) WILDMAN ZIM OVER STEVE STRELICH
(DEAN CLAIMED HE WAS RETIREING.)

*) JULY 1, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
1) ED DON GEORGE OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS VIA DQ
2) NICK LUTZE OVER JAKE PATTERSON
3) JUAN OLAQUIVAL OVER MIKE MAZURKI
4) HANS STEINKE OVER BOB JEGGEN
5) VIC CHRISTY OVER BILL LONGSON VIA COR
6) ABIE GOLDBURG DREW OKI SHIKINA
7) BILLY HANSON OVER WILDMAN ZIM
8) MITSUI HAMANAKA OVER DAVID ADDISON

*) JULY 14, 1936—VENTURA
1) NICK LUTZE OVER BUDDY O’BRIEN VIA COR
2) THE MASK OVER DEL KUNKEL
3) TINY ROEBUCK OVER VIC HILL
4) OKI SHIKINA OVER COUNT PULASKI


*) JULY 21, 1936—VENTURA
1) HANS STIENKE OVER NICK LUTZE
2) RED DEMON OVER BUDDY O’BRIEN
3) MASKED MEMPHISTO OVER JACK MC ARTHUR
4) DEL KUNKEL DREW STEVE STRELICH

*) JULY 22, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 6,000)
(TOURNAMENT TO MEET CHAMPION)
7) BILLY HANSON OVER STEVE SAVAGE (FINAL)
8) BILLY HANSON OVER KING KONG COX
9) STEVE SAVAGE OVER HANS STEINKE VIA DECISION
10) BILLY HANSON OVER MAYS MCLAIN
11) STEVE SAVAGE OVER BABE ZAHARIAS
12) SANDOR SZABO OVER NICK LUTZE VIA DECISION
(SZABO HURT ARM & WITHDREW FROM TOURNAMENT)
13) KING KONG COX OVER JUAN OLAQUIVAL
14) BILLY HANSON OVER VIC CHRISTY
15) BABE ZAHARIAS OVER ABIE GOLDBURG
16) STEVE SAVAGE OVER COUNT POLASKI
17) HANS STEINKE OVER KING CHIWAKI VIA DQ
18) KING KONG COX OVER JACK HOLLAND
19) NICK LUTZE OVER BOB JESSON
20) BABE ZAHARIAS OVER BILLY BARTUSH
21) JUAN OLAQUIVAL OVER VIC HILL
22) MAYS MCLAIN OVER JERRY MONAHAN
23) ABIE GOLDBURG OVER JACK ROGERS
24) SANDOR SZABO OVER TINY ROEBUCK

*) JULY 28, 1936—VENTURA
5) ED DON GEORGE OVER MASKED DEMON
6) NICK LUTZE OVER DEL KUNKEL
7) OKI SHIKINA OVER ABIE GOLDBERG
8) JUAN OLIQUIVAL OVER BILL LONGSON

*) JULY 29, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,400)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER HANS STEINKE 2/3 FALLS
2) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF OVER BABE ZAHARIAS
3) KING KONG COX DREW STEVE SAVAGE
4) ED DON GEORGE OVER JACK MACARTHUR
5) BEL KUNKEL OVER LOUIS MILLER
6) KING CHIWAKI OVER FARMER JOE COOPER
7) HARDY KRUSKAMP OVER JERRY MONOHAN
8) NICK LUTZE OVER OKI SHIKIMA

*) AUG. 4, 1936—VENTURA
1) ED DON GEORGE OVER GEORGE ZAHARIAS
2) NICK LUTZE OVER BUDDY O’BRIEN
3) JUAN OLIQUIVEL OVER LEO PAPIANO
4) MAYS MC LAIN DREW STEVE SAVAGE
5) LEWIS EATON OVER HAROLD MURPHY VIA DQ
(MURPHY WAS SON OF PROMOTER MURPHY)


*) AUG. 11, 1936—VENTURA
1) GEORGE ZAHARIAS OVER NICK LUTZE
2) JUAN OLIQUIVAL OVER BILL LONGSON
3) STEVE STRELICH OVER WILD MAN ZIMM
4) LEO PAPIANO DREW JACK HOWLAND
5) LOUIE EATON DREW HAROLD MURPHY VIA COR
(MIKE HIRSCH, OF OCEAN PARK ARENA IN SANTA MONICA, TOOK OVER THE PROMOTION.)

*) AUG. 19, 1936, WRIGLEY FIELD LOS ANGELES
(TOOT’S WORLD TITLE VS CALIF WORLD TITLE)
1) DAVE LEVIN OVER VINCENT LOPEZ 2/3 FALLS (2ND FALL-DQ) (TITTLE CHANGE)
2) DEAN DETTON OVER BILL HANSEN VIA DECISION (18 MINS)
3) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF OVER DR FRED MEYERS
4) SAMMY STEIN OVER JACK MC ARTHUR
5) HOWARD CANTOWINE OVER MAYS MC LAIN
6) JOE MALCIEWICZ OVER BILLY BARTUSH
7) LEO PAPIANO OVER JUAN OLAQUIVEL
8) NICK LUTZE DREW BABE ZAHARIAS
9) JERRY MONAHAN OVER TED KEYS
10) HANK FREEMAN OVER BILL LONGSON
11) DEL KUNKEL OVER JOHNNY DEL RIO
(DARO ANOUNCED ATTENDANCE THAT NIGHT TO PRESS AS 40,000. THE LA TIMES REPORTED 20,000. THE EXAMINER REPORTED 25,000. TWO DAYS LATER THE CALIF COMMISSION REPORTED 15,321 WITH PAID ATTENDANCE TO BE 13,784. GATE BEFORE TAXS WAS $20,723…AFTER TAXS $19,686,85.)

*) AUG. 25, 1936—VENTURA
1) STEVE STRELICH OVER WILD MAN ZIMM
2) STEVE SAVAGE OVER JUAN OLIQUIVAL
3) NICK LUTZE OVER TINY ROEBUCK (SUB FOR HANSEN)
4) BOBBY COLEMAN OVER MITSGUI HAMANAKI

*) SEPT. 8, 1936—VENTURA
1) NICK LUTZE OVER HERB FREEMAN
2) TINY ROEBUCK OVER MAYS MC LAIN
3) STEVE STRELICH OVER LOUIE MILLER
4) PAT MC GILL DREW MITSU HAMANAKA

*) NOV. 25, 1936, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
5) KIMAN KUDO VS SANDOR SZABO 2/3 FALLS
6) CHIEF LITTLE WOLF VS BILL HANSON 2/3 FALLS
7) SAMMY STEIN VS DR FRED MEYERS
8) NICK LUTZE VS JAKE PETTERSON
9) JULES STRONGBOW VS BILL BETH
10) HOWARD CANTONWINE VS IGNACLO MARTINEZ
11) POPEYE OLSON VS AS HERMAN
12) HAROLD CHRISTIANSEN VS FRED CARONE

*) DEC. 30,1936—OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 3,500)
(WORLD TITLE ?)
4) DEAN DETTON OVER KING CHEWACKI 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
5) VINCENT LOPEZ OVER KIMAN KUDO
6) NICK LUTZE DRAW JULES STRONGBOW (20:00)
7) AL BISIGNANO OVER TOR JOHNSON
8) SAMMY STEIN OVER JACK MCARTHUR
9) CASEY BERGER OVER HERB FREEMAN
10) RED VAGNONE OVER BENNY GINSBERG
11) JOHN SPELLMAN OVER RUDY SKARDA.

(Yohe: My yearly research ends at 1936, but I have some results from 1937 & Lutze is there.)

*) AUG. 11, 1937—LOS ANGELES WRIGLEY FIELD (ATT: 13,628--$23,000)
1)      BRONKO NAGURSKI OVER VINCENT LOPEZ 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
2)      DEAN DETTON OVER HANS STEINKE (10:20)
3)      NICK LUTZE (200 LBS) OVER PIO PICO (195 LBS) (BOXER VS WRESTLER) (2:21 OF 2ND ROUND)
4)      CLARA MORTENSON VS RITA MARTINEZ FOR WOMAN’S WC CALLED OFF BY COMMISSION.
5)      GUS SONNENBERG OVER JACK SAMPSON
6)      GINO GARIBALDI OVER IGNACIO MARTINEZ
7)      TED KEY OVER HOWARD CANTONWINE (14:05)
8)      JUMBO HENNEDY OVER JULES STRONGBOW (6:05)
9)      JIMMY SARRANDOS DREW PAT MEEHAN (15:00)
10)  JUAN OLAQUIVEL OVER BENNY GINSBERG (6:32)
(THIS WAS BRONKO’S FIRST TITLE DEFENSE. THE $23,000 WAS AFTER TAXES. THE COMMISSION STOPPED THE WOMAN’S MATCH, MAYBE SETTING THE RULE IN CALIF.? PROMOTER SEEMED TO BE JACK DARO BUT LOU DARO WAS USED AS A FIGURE HEAD. TALENT CAME FROM TOOTS MONDT.)

*) SEPT. 29 , 1937, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 10,000)
(CALIF WC)
BRONKO NAGURSKI OVER DEAN DETTON 2/3 FALLS (UTC 1-0)
GINO GARIBALDI OVER ABE GOLDBERG
VINCENT LOPEZ OVER CASEY COLUMBO
SANDOR SZABO OVER IGNACIO MARTINEZ
DANIEL BOONE SAVAGE OVER PAT ?
NICK LUTZE OVER KING CHEWAKI VIA DQ
ARJAN SINGH OVER PAT REILEY
( Del Kunkel was surposed to defend his JHC vs Kiman Kudo but the LA TIMES didn’t mention it.)

*) NOV. 17, 1937, OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM (ATT: 8,500)
(CALIF WORLD TITLE)
-) BRONKO NAGURSKI OVER DEAN DETTON 2/3 FALLS (2-0)
-) EL PULPO OVER THE MASKED MARVEL (UNMASKED AS FRANK CUTLER OF CHICAGO)
-) DEL KUNKEL OVER FRANK MALCEWICZ
-) JOE PARELLI OVER LUIS MAYO
-) NICK LUTZE DREW STONEWALL STEWART (20:00)
-) CY WILLIAMS OVER CASEY COLUMBO
-) DICK LEVER OVER LA VERNE BAXTER VIA DQ

Yohe: I'm out of results, but I did start a record for Lutze but it very imcomplete. But it shows he still was in the area up until 1940 & wrestling major guys:

1937
JAN. 6 LOS ANGELES VINCENT LOPEZ LOST
=AUG. 3 SAN DIEGO DEAN DETTON LOST

=AUG. 10 SAN DIEGO DEAN DETTON LOST

AUG. 12 WRIGLEY FIELD, L. A. PIO PICO (BOXER VS WRESTLER) WON (2ND RD)

=AUG. 16 PASADENA DEAN DETTON LOST

AUG. 17 LOS ANGELES BOBBY STEWARD DRAW

=AUG. 30 PASADENA DEAN DETTON LOST

=OCT. 5 EL RIO DEAN DETTON LOST.

1938
JUNE 15 LOS ANGELES KING KONG KASHEY DRAW

AUG. 31 LOS ANGELES BRONKO NAGURSKI (WORLD TITLE) UTC
(ATT: 7,000)

SEPT. 23 SALT LAKE CITY GUS SONNENBERG LOST

OCT. 12 LOS ANGELES TOM ZAHARIAS WON

OCT. 19 LOS ANGELES HARD BOILED HAGGERTY LOST (2-1)

1939
DEC. 8 SANTA MONICA DEAN DETTON WON

DEC. 19 SAN DIEGO DEAN DETTON WON

DEC. 27 LOS ANGELES DEAN DETTON LOST

1940
JAN. 3 LOS ANGELES DEAN DETTON WON

JAN. 16 SAN DIEGO DEAN DETTON WON

JAN. 17 LOS ANGELES DEAN DETTON LOST

JAN. 23 SAN DIEGO DEAN DETTON DRAW

FEB. 16 SAN BERNARDINO DEAN DETTON LOST


Yohe: Then this happens:


RING MAGAZINE OCT 1940

Pacific Coast Wrestling
By Bernice Sandboe

The biggest item in wrestling last month was the news that the burly boys in California have at last staged a wrestler’s rebellion and a whole truckload of them upped and walked out on the brothers Daro and the brothers Mondt, who had controlled the industry on the Pacific Coast. AS a consequence, there ensued any number of court battles in which the wrestlers said all was not as it should be with the Daros’ bookkeeping system in general, and the payroll department in particular.

Many of California’s favorite wrestlers complained that they had to work for mere chicken-feed, so thought it time something was done about it. As we go to press, wrestling is at a complete standstill here. Among others, George Zaharias and Nick Lutze, both well liked in the industry, have their eyes on the promoting angle and may take over. Some of the best wrestlers in the world are located in California.

The “Daros’” last stand was far from impressive. Wrestling had been going from bad to worse and it was only momentarily revived when the Angel and his funny face appeared. An amusing note occurred in connection with this—it was the first time that the Olympic Auditorium had held a capacity crowd in many a moon, and on that particular night, three of the top flight wrestlers took the opportunity to attach the gate receipts for back salary due them.

There is ample room in California for several good promoters. Now that the Commission has banned Mondt from promoting unless he obtains a license and stops working with a stooge, and Daro has quit the business, the California Trust has been broken. Whether Mondt obeys the commission remains to be seen.



LOS ANGELES TIMES
Sept. 4, 1940---page 11
MONDTS GIVE UP MAT BOOKING BUSINESS
NICK LUTZE “ADOPTS” ORPHAN WRESTLERS
By Al Wolf

The last sparks of the Daro wrestling regime faded out last night with the revelation by Joe “Toots” Mondt that the booking agency, which was operated in name of his brother, was closed shop.

Ate has written to the State Athletic Commission requesting a cancellation of his booking license and its acceptance will be only a matter of form, according to Commissioner Everett Sanders.

“We were associated with the Daros,” Toots said, “and when wrestling hit the bumps we had nothing left to hold on to. We had difficulties with the commission, too, so whets’ the use of going on.”

Toots has been considering a Seattle “proposition” but probably will return to New York, where he was associated with the late Jack Curley in wrestling promotion. Art plains to become a promoter in San Bernardino.

Although not licensed with the commission as wrestler, booker, or promoter, Toots was known as “THE BOSS” and “THE BIG GUY” in California wrestling. Most of the heavyweights “revolted” recently because of alleged non-payment for services at the Olympic, were, they claimed, Toots was co promoter behind the scenes with Daro.

As a result of that uprising Nick Lutze was granted a booking license with most of the malcontents lined up behind him. Recently Lutze complained that he and his men were “locked out” of Southland arenas, apparently because promoters felt a need to deal exclusively with the Mondts. The commission continued a hearing of the case until its next meeting.

Lutze last night said he has agreed to book most of the men still affiliated with the Mondt office.

“I am not going to be a czar” Lutze added “Naturally I will try to place as many of the boys as possible, but George Zaharias, Bill Hammond, Hugh Nichols will be perfectly free to make whatever matches they want.”

“I understand some boys will be brought from the East. I’m for anything that will boost wrestling and I think everybody’s going to be happy.”

Apparently the word “MONOPOLY” no longer exist in the Southland’s wrestling dictionary.


Yohe: The Olympic was dark for at least a week but opened with a new paint job for George Zaharias’ first card on Sept. 11, 1940. The card looked like this:

Wladislaw Talun over Hardboiled Haggerity 2/3 falls (2 st—UTC)
Bobby Managoff over Jules Strongbow
Sandor Szabo drew Dick Raines
Wild Red Berry over Ace Freeman
Bobby Bruns over Rudy La Ditzi
Howard Burnell over Jimmy El Pulpo
Stan Zbyszko managed both Talun and Burnell

As to the topic of all World Champions working in L. A.: NWA World Champion Ray Steele defeated K. O. Koverly on Sept. 9 and defeated NWA JR Heavyweight Champ Leroy Mc Guirk on Sept. 16 at the Hollywood Legion Stadium and Jim Londos defended his real World Title vs Wladislaw Talun at The Olympic on Sept. 26. Jesse James lost his NWA LHC to Red Berry on Sept. 2 at Hollywood.

During his years you could see a major wrestling card every night of the week but Sunday. Monday was Hollywood & Pasadena, Tuesday was Pacific Ocean Park in Santa Monica, Wednesday was The Olympic, Thursday was Huntington Park or East LA, Friday was Santa Monica again and Saturday was San Diego or South LA. San Bernardino and Long Beach were mix in too.

Zaharias and Lutze continue in their role until what seems like the end of 1942 or Jan. 1943 when they stop and Ray Fabiani of Philadelphia takes control of The Olympic.---Steve Yohe


1941
SEPT. 2 LOS ANGELES CALIF COMMISSION APPORVES TRANSFER OF OLYMPIC
WRESTLING FRANCHESE FROM GEORGE ZAHARIAS TO RAY
FABIANI, FORMER PROMOTER OF PHILADELPHIA. WILL
MOVE TO LA AFTER HE CLOSES BUSINESS IN PHILLY.

OCT. 17 LOS ANGELES RAY FABIANI TAKES OVER THE OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM
PROMOTION.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 9:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You just did this in February. The second class isn't next year? :)
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Every 6 months. Starts tonight at midnight.--Yohe
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Aw crap. :)
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 1:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looking at my ballot from last year:

1- Jim Londos
2- Freddie Blassie

3- Hulk Hogan
4- Baron Michele Leone
5- The Intelligent Sensational Destroyer
6- Gorgeous George
7- Joe Stecher
8- Enrique Torres
9- Man Mountain Dean
10- Danny McShain

Then pick 3 names from the non-wrestler candidates. #1 gets 3 points--#2 gets 2 points & #3 gets 1 point. One person with the most points with enter the HOF in the non0wrestler group.

1- Lou Daro
2- Johnny Doyle
3- Jules Strongbow

Give three names that should be on the non-performers list next year. I will add at least 3 next period, if I have enough names.

1- Vincent K. McMahon

* * * * *

Then adding on another one I thought should be on the ballot:

Hugh Nichols

Looks like I have 7 guys to still vote for on the main ballot, VKM to replace Daro, and Hugh to think about. Just need to come up with 3 new people.

* * * * *

I did mention to Steve that if Hogan doesn't go in, I'm hitting the eject button. ;)
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 4:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You'll get a ballot late tonight.. fill it out & email it back....like everyone.

So if Hogan doesn't get voted in, you'll take your ball & go home. Way to fight John!--Yohe
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Wrestlers
1. Hulk Hogan
2. Baron Michele Leone
3. Gorgeous George
4. Joe Stecher
5. Enrique Torres
6. Man Mountain Dean
7. Danny McShain
8. John Tolos
9. Mil Mascaras
10. Red Berry

Non-Wrestlers
1. Vincent K. McMahon
2. Johnny Doyle
3. Hugh Nichols
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Email it after you get a ballot.--Yohe
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The ballots were sent out 20 minutes ago. If you voted on #1 & didn't get a ballot, email me. Something went wrong. If you want to vote for the first time email me.---Steve Yohe

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This is my ballot:

Los Angeles Hall of Fame Ballot #2-- July 2015

Steve Yohe' vote

Voting for Individual Wrestliers
Below is a list of numbers from 1 to 10. Pick ten names from the candidate list and list them from 1 to 10. #1 will get 10 points----#10 will get 1 point. At the end of the voting period, I will then add up all the points. The three wrestlers with the most points will be inducted into the first class of the Thesz Board Los Angeles Hall of Fame. In a case of tie, both wrestlers will be admitted. The voting period will end 3 weeks after I email this or when all the voters have voted. At this point we have about 34 voters & I’m still will to add more with in the voting period. But it all stops 3 weeks from now. Any vote for a name not on the candidate list will not be counted.

1- Hulk Hogan
2- Ed “Strangler” Lewis
3- Joe Stecher
4- Mil Mascaras
5-John Tolos
6-Gus Sonnenberg
7-El Hijo del Santo
8-Sandor Szabo
9-Enrique Torres
10- Bobo Brazil

Voting for Non-Wrestler's Group
Then pick 3 names from the non-wrestler candidates. #1 gets 3 points--#2 gets 2 points & #3 gets 1 point. One person with the most points with enter the HOF in the non-wrestler group.

1- Vince McMahon Jr
2-Jules Strongbow
3-Jimmy Lennon Sr


Voting for Tag Teams
Pick 5 names from the tag team candidates list. Two teams will enter the HOF each ballot. Voters need to pick 5 names and list them according to your preference or the teams' importance to Los Angeles wrestling. #1 gets 5 points...#2 gets 4 points...#3 gets 3 points..#4 gets 2 points and #5 gets 1 point. The two top point totals make it into the hall.

1- Ernie & Emil Dusek
2- Black Gordman & Great Goliath
3- The Destroyer & Don Manoukian
4- The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello, Roy Hefferman & Red Barry)
5- The Torries Brothers (Alberto, Ramon & Enrique Torres)

Give us 5 names of wrestlers who you think belongs on the Candidate list but didn’t make the list this voting period. At least 6 new candidates will be needed next period. If your short on ideas, read what others had done or are thinking about at the Thesz Forum.

1- Jim Browning
2- John Pesek
3- Dave Levin
4- Ray “Thunder” Stern
5- Mike Mazurki

Give three names that should be on the non-performers list next year. I will add at least 3 next period, if I have enough names.
1- Mr Moto
2- Billy Sandow
3- Tony Stecher

Pick three names of teams that should be added to the tag team candidates next ballot. 3 teams will be removed and 2 teams will enter the hall, so I'll need to add 5 every year.
1- Matt & Nick Jackson
2- The Destroyer & Billy Lyons
3- John & Al Smith


Pick 5 names in the singles candidates list that should be removed from the list by the next voting period. You don’t have to vote on this or you can just vote for any number. It’s up to you. The top 3 names will be removed & placed on a hold list for at least a year. Same type point system. A tie means both are out.

1-Luke Graham
2-Walter Miller
3-Mondo Guerrero
4-Chris Hero
5- Leo Garibaldi

Pick two names that shouldn’t be on the non-performed list. I’ll removed two.
1- Dr Bernard Schwartz
2- Art Williams

Pick three names that should be removed from the tag team list. Three names will be removed each ballot.
1- The Destroyer & Hard Boiled Haggerty
2- The Hart Foundation
3- Gino & Leo Garibaldi
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8 hard core voters have votes and every ballot has a different #1. Most of these voters are historians, Olympic insiders and fans of the Olympic era. No one but me has voted for Hogan or McMahon Jr. A lot of people are waiting to see what others are doing.

John, James, Hawk, JAG & the tOA guys need to email their ballots. The rules say it has to be emailed to me & that's it. Vote on the "put in" & "take out" sections, because only a few are doing that & the ones who do are bias against the WWF group & you know what that means.

Hogan might just make the HOF or he might get voted off the candidate list. John don't bitch about this, do something. I know there is football to watch. You would really enjoy bitching about something more than improving it.--Steve Yohe
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Los Angeles Hall of Fame Ballot #2-- July 2015

This the second LA HOF ballot from the Thesz board at Wrestling Classic. Voting starts on July 1 and ends on July 21. I'll start counting and email and post the results at the Thesz site around July 22, 2015.

Voting for Individual Wrestliers
Below is a list of numbers from 1 to 10. Pick ten names from the candidate list and list them from 1 to 10. #1 will get 10 points----#10 will get 1 point. At the end of the voting period, I will then add up all the points. The three wrestlers with the most points will be inducted into the first class of the Thesz Board Los Angeles Hall of Fame. In a case of tie, both wrestlers will be admitted. The voting period will end 3 weeks after I email this or when all the voters have voted. At this point we have about 34 voters & I’m still will to add more with in the voting period. But it all stops 3 weeks from now. Any vote for a name not on the candidate list will not be counted.

1-
2-
3-
4-
5-
6-
7-
8-
9-
10-

Voting for Non-Wrestler's Group
Then pick 3 names from the non-wrestler candidates. #1 gets 3 points--#2 gets 2 points & #3 gets 1 point. One person with the most points with enter the HOF in the non-wrestler group.

1-
2-
3-


Voting for Tag Teams
Pick 5 names from the tag team candidates list. Two teams will enter the HOF each ballot. Voters need to pick 5 names and list them according to your preference or the teams' importance to Los Angeles wrestling. #1 gets 5 points...#2 gets 4 points...#3 gets 3 points..#4 gets 2 points and #5 gets 1 point. The two top point totals make it into the hall.

1-
2-
3-
4-
5-


Give us 5 names of wrestlers who you think belongs on the Candidate list but didn’t make the list this voting period. At least 6 new candidates will be needed next period. If your short on ideas, read what others had done or are thinking about at the Thesz Forum.

1-
2-
3-
4-
5-

Give three names that should be on the non-performers list next year. I will add at least 3 next period, if I have enough names.
1-
2-
3-

Pick three names of teams that should be added to the tag team candidates next ballot. 3 teams will be removed and 2 teams will enter the hall, so I'll need to add 5 every year.
1-
2-
3-


Pick 5 names in the singles candidates list that should be removed from the list by the next voting period. You don’t have to vote on this or you can just vote for any number. It’s up to you. The top 3 names will be removed & placed on a hold list for at least a year. Same type point system. A tie means both are out.

1-
2-
3-
4-
5-

Pick two names that shouldn’t be on the non-performed list. I’ll removed two.
1-
2-

Pick three names that should be removed from the tag team list. Three names will be removed each ballot.
1-
2-
3-

The candidate list & Bio list will be attached below. You don’t have to read the bio sheet.

Once your ballot has been emailed to Yohe it can’t be changed.

You votes are confidential & only you can reveal how you voted. You can post your ballot at the Thesz site or politic for a candidate. Any comments and complaints are fun to read.

If you don't understand something, email me.

Thanks

Steve Yohe
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2015 5:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Steve Yohe wrote:
John, James, Hawk, JAG & the tOA guys need to email their ballots.


I'll have time to do mine this week, Steve.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just a quick note to tOAers who might vote:

Hogan is getting crushed bad. Vince also is getting more votes to be sent off the island than get in the Yohe LA HOF. It's kind of gruesome. So... uh... if you're thinking of voting for Hogan and/or Vince (i.e. the two guys who rebuilt a dead LA territory into a record breaking one), you might want to make sure to send Steve your ballot.

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