CARDS AND RESULTS
April 3, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Dromo & Greg Peterson over
Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Paul DeMarco over Les Wolff > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim > Nick Bockwinkel over Joe Scarpa by
disqualification > Doug Gilbert (01) & El Mongol over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by disqualification / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt
and Von Stroheim. Von Stroheim was billed as a mystery partner to Colt for the match against the Torres’, but it is unclear as to whether he was the same mystery
partner who did not appear on March 27, 1970. El Medico accompanied the Assassins to the ring for their match against Gilbert and Mongol. At one point during the bout,
the Assassins left the ring upset that their opponents seemed intent with removing their masks, but they were met on stage by Jones, who reportedly threatened to
suspend them if they did not return to the ring. After some heated conversation, they did as instructed to avoid being banned. Medico interfered in the match, bringing it to
an end. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would be wrestling in Atlanta on April 10, 1970.

April 4, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Assassin #1 (01) over Pedro Valdez > Assassin
#2 (01) over Jim Wilson > Doug Gilbert (01) over El Medico by disqualification / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed
Capral.

April 7, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Oki Shikina over Cousin Alfred > Chati
Yokuchi & Fuji (02) over Robert Fuller & Tim Geohagen > Joe Scarpa & Bill Dromo & El Mongol over Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Karl Von Stroheim / Notes: O’Dell
managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

April 10, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Professor Kimura over Les Wolff at
12:00 > Buddy Fuller over Chati Yokuchi at 1:00 > Ray Gunkel over Fuji (02) at 1:00 > Joe Scarpa over Paul DeMarco by disqualification at 13:00 > Doug Gilbert (01) &
Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over El Medico & the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* and
Nick Bockwinkel went to a draw; Funk, Jr., retained the title / Notes: Funk, Jr., had been the reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champion since he went over Gene Kiniski
on February 11, 1969, in Tampa, FL. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card. It was announced that the Challenger (01) would be wrestling in Atlanta
on April 17, 1970. There was an announcement in the program for this card that effective May 1, 1970, that all ticket prices would be increased by $0.50, using the high
quality of talent as justification. This would raise reserved seats to $3.50, general admission to $2.50, and children to $1.50.

April 11, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les Wolff and El Medico went to a draw > El
Mongol over Oki Shikina > Georgia Television Title Match: Assassin #2 (01) over Nick Bockwinkel* to win the title / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling”
television program hosted by Ed Capral. Bockwinkel had been the reigning Georgia Television Champion since he went over Mongol on March 20, 1970, in Atlanta.

April 14, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez and Oki Shikina went to a
draw > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over Paul DeMarco & Professor Kimura > Bill Dromo over Karl Von Stroheim > Joe Scarpa over Buddy Colt / Notes: Homer O’Dell
managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

April 17, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les Wolff over Oki Shikina > Karl Von
Stroheim over Pedro Valdez > Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura over Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres > El Mongol & the Challenger (01) over El Medico & Assassin #2 (01)
> Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel over Assassin #1 (01)* to win the title / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Kimura and Von Stroheim. The
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) were caught switching places by photographers and fans during the Assassin #1-Bockwinkel match, but the
referee missed it. However, the move backfired as Bockwinkel still managed to get the win. Assassin #1 had been the reigning Georgia Heavyweight Champion since
he went over Joe Scarpa in a tournament final on March 13, 1970. Charlie Harben and Leo Garibaldi were credited as being referees for this card.

April 18, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura over Joe
Scarpa & Les Wolff > the Challenger (01) over El Medico > Paul DeMarco over Jim Wilson / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program
hosted by Ed Capral. The Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) joined Capral to refute allegations of pulling a switch during the Bockwinkel-
Assassin #1 match on April 17, 1970. After being shown photographic proof, both Assassins denied the extra man in the ring was either of them, opening themselves up
to Capral asking them if there was actually a third Assassin. The masked men, clearly upset, stormed out of the studio. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Kimura.

April 21, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong over Oki Shikina > Karl Von
Stroheim over Jim Wilson > Women’s Match: Toni Rose over Vicky Williams > Bill Dromo over Buddy Colt > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Alberto Torres & Ramon
Torres* over Paul DeMarco & Nick Bockwinkel to retain the title / Notes: The Torres’ had been the reigning Southeastern Tag Team Champions since they went over the
Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) on February 17, 1970, in Macon. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

April 23, 1970 (Thursday) – Cochran, GA – Cochran High School Gymnasium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Toni Rose
versus Vicky Williams > Jim Wilson & Ramon Torres versus Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Alberto Torres versus Paul DeMarco

April 24, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Chati Yokuchi over Jim Wilson > Bob
Armstrong and Fuji (02) went to a draw > Bill Dromo over Karl Von Stroheim > Buddy Colt over Professor Kimura by disqualification > El Mongol over the Challenger (01)
> Doug Gilbert (01) over Nick Bockwinkel > Joe Scarpa over Paul DeMarco / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. For the Scarpa-DeMarco match, the
winner had to force the other to submit to the sleeper hold. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee for this card.

April 25, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the Challenger (01) over Oki Shikina > Alberto
Torres over Professor Kimura by disqualification > Nick Bockwinkel over El Medico / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed
Capral.

April 28, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez and El Medico went to a draw
> Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Joe Scarpa over Professor Kimura > Buddy Colt over Bill Dromo / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

April 29, 1970 (Wednesday) – Cartersville, GA – Sports Palace (J.A. ‘Stiffy’ Williams – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez over Oki Shikina >
Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura two falls to none > Doug Gilbert (01) & the Challenger (01) over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1
(01) & Assassin #2 (01)) two falls to none / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Kimura.
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