January 4, 1946 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ben Bennicasa over Charlie
Harben > Rudy Strongberg over Wally Greb > Dick Lever and Tarzan White went to a draw > Al Massey & Laverne Baxter over Jack LaRue & Vic Emanuel
January 18, 1946 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ed Henegar over Wally Greb >
Charlie Harben over Roy Mitchell > John Mauldin and Son Almand went to a draw > Young Londos over Joe Estes > Dick Lever & Bill Collins over Jack Kelly & Bruce
White > Al Massey and Jack LaRue went to a draw > World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Herb Welch* over Vic Emanuel to retain the title / Notes: Welch had been the
reigning World Junior Heavyweight Champion as recognized by the Nashville, TN, office since he went over the Red Masked Marvel on June 27, 1945, in Nashville, TN.
Part of the proceeds for this card went to the Milk Fund, raising $2,133.93 for the cause. Future television talk show host Morton Downey, Jr., at the time a twelve-year old
cadet at the Georgia Military Academy, was in attendance for this card, and was invited to the dressing room to meet the wrestlers.
January 26, 1946 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Nell
Stewart over Mattie Bell > Women’s Match: June Byers over Juanita Coffman > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: John Mauldin* over Jack Kelly by disqualification to
retain the title > Al Massey & Laverne Baxter over Dick Lever & Vic Emanuel > Herb Welch over Jack LaRue / Notes: Bell substituted for Peggy Vaughn in the match
against Stewart. Bill Crussell and Bill Collins were credited as being referees for this card. Kelly was disqualified in his match against Mauldin when he hit Crussell. It
was reported that “two young sailors climbed into the ring and grappled for about three or four minutes before being asked to leave the ring” by Collins. Billy Wolfe was in
attendance at ringside for this card. The program for this card notes that Mauldin had “gained possession of the state championship belt put up by promoter Paul
Jones”. It added that Jones had “intended for the belt to be competed for in a tournament, although he is willing to concede that Mauldin would have had an excellent
chance to win it”. It also featured an ad for Stan Raymond’s “Sportscope” program airing on WATL AM radio, stating it covers “All the News from the World of Sports”,
broadcasting Monday through Saturday at 6:30 PM. There was cooperation between the promotion and Raymond’s show to advertise and discuss the local wrestling
scene, as well as feature occasional interviews with wrestlers. Besides noting that Jones is the promoter, the staff credits in the program also mention Bert Prather
(Publicity), Bill Hartman (Ticket Sales), Fat Elrod (Announcer), Simon Davis (Timekeeper), and Dr. Samuel Green (Physician). Hartman was a former promoter in Atlanta
for the company. It was announced that Ralph Garibaldi would be wrestling on the card on February 1, 1946, and that Young Londos and Bill Longson would be
wrestling in Atlanta soon.
January 30, 1946 (Wednesday) – Savannah, GA – Savannah Municipal Auditorium (Lou Masters, Dick Leonard, and Buster White – Promoters) > Tommy Londos over
Garzo Lozano > Nick Carter over Vincent Lopez > Jack Wentworth over Jack Singer