CARDS AND RESULTS
May 1, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the Challenger (01) over Bob
Armstrong > Ramon Torres over El Medico > Alberto Torres and Rocket Monroe went to a draw > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller over Karl Von Stroheim & Professor Kimura
> El Mongol over Buddy Colt by disqualification > Nick Bockwinkel & Doug Gilbert (01) over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) by disqualification /
Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Colt, Kimura, and Von Stroheim. Following the Gunkel/Fuller-Von Stroheim/Kimura match, the Von Stroheim and Kimura almost came to
blows as Von Stroheim felt Kimura lost the match, but O’Dell calmed the situation. They remained in the ring as Colt made his way to the ring for his match against
Mongol. Mongol was awarded the win by disqualification when the other three interfered and began attacking him in a four-on-one battle, yet Mongol still managed to
clear the ring and send his enemies running. Leo Garibaldi and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. It was announced that Paul DeMarco and
Joe Scarpa would wrestle each other in an amateur match on May 8, 1970, and that Dory Funk, Jr., and Bill Miller would be wrestling in Atlanta soon.

May 2, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Doug Gilbert (01) & the Challenger (01) over
Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Nick Bockwinkel over Jim Wilson > Assassin #2 (01) over El Medico / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program
hosted by Ed Capral.

May 5, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez and Oki Shikina went to a draw
> Women’s Tag Team Match: Donna Christianello & Bobbie Peterson over Rita Boucher & Vicky Williams > Jim Wilson & Doug Gilbert (01) over Karl Von Stroheim &
Professor Kimura > Joe Scarpa over Buddy Colt > Joe Scarpa over Homer O’Dell / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt, Kimura, and Von Stroheim.

May 8, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Karl Von Stroheim over Tim
Geohagen > Derrell Cochran over Jim Wilson > Buddy Fuller over El Medico > Amateur Rules Match: Joe Scarpa over Paul DeMarco > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres
over Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura > Tornado Tag Team Match: the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) over Nick Bockwinkel & Doug Gilbert (01) /
Notes: Cochran replaced Ramon Torres in the match against Wilson, and Fuller replaced Alberto Torres in the match against Medico, as the Torres’ replaced Fuller and
substituted for Ray Gunkel in the match against Colt and Kimura. Following the Scarpa-DeMarco match, DeMarco told Scarpa and the crowd that he wanted to bury the
hatchet and offered his hand to Scarpa. As Scarpa reluctantly gave in, DeMarco surprised him and applied the sleeper until Scarpa was unconscious, but didn’t release
his grasp until Gilbert charged the ring and chased him away. The individual from the Assassins-Bockwinkel/Gilbert match who scored the fall was to face the NWA
World Heavyweight Champion on the May 15, 1970, card. Assassin #2 scored the pin when he took advantage of Bockwinkel after Bockwinkel had accidentally collided
with Gilbert during an attempted double team maneuver. Bockwinkel attacked Gilbert afterwards as revenge, obviously blaming him for the loss. Homer O’Dell managed
Colt, Kimura, and Von Stroheim. Leo Garibaldi, Eddie Smith, and Charlie Smith were credited as being referees for this card. It was announced that Dory Funk, Jr., would
be wrestling in Atlanta on May 15, 1970. There was an announcement in the program for this card “paid for” by Jack Crawford, promising “I shall return!”

May 9, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Nick Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco over Chati
Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Assassin #2 (01) over Bill Dromo > Buddy Colt over Pedro Valdez / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program hosted
by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

May 12, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen and Chati Yokuchi went to a
draw > Professor Kimura over Cousin Alfred > Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) & Assassin #2 (01)) > Joe Scarpa & Doug
Gilbert (01) over Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt and Kimura.

May 15, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong over Bad Boy Hines
> Ramon Torres over George Harris > Ray Gunkel & Buddy Fuller over Chati Yokuchi & Fuji (02) > Assassin #1 (01) and the Challenger (01) went to a draw > Nick
Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco over Joe Scarpa & Doug Gilbert (01) by disqualification > NWA World Heavyweight Title Match: Dory Funk, Jr.,* over Assassin #2 (01) to
retain 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. During
the Funk, Jr.-Assassin #2 match, Assassin #1 attempted to replace his partner. It was reported an NWA official was in attendance and reported it back to NWA President
Sam Muchnick, leading to a suspension the next week of both of the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)). Leo Garibaldi and Charlie Smith were
credited as being referees for this card.

May 16, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > the Challenger (01) over George Harris >
Alberto Torres & Ramon Torres over Karl Von Stroheim & Professor Kimura > Assassin #1 (01) over Bad Boy Hines / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling”
television program hosted by Ed Capral. Following the Torres-Von Stroheim/Kimura match, Kimura and Von Stroheim nearly came to blows. Homer O’Dell managed
Kimura and Von Stroheim.

May 19, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong over George Harris > Fuji
(02) over Pedro Valdez > El Mongol over Chati Yokuchi > Joe Scarpa & Leon Ogle & Doug Gilbert (01) over Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt & Professor Kimura / Notes: O’
Dell managed Colt and Kimura.

May 22, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen versus Jack Vansky >
Bill Dromo over Oki Shikina > Professor Kimura versus El Mongol > Bill Miller and Doug Gilbert (01) went to a draw at 20:00 > Alberto Torres & Leo Garibaldi over Buddy
Colt & Karl Von Stroheim by disqualification > Joe Scarpa over Paul DeMarco at 20:00 / Notes: Garibaldi substituted for Ramon Torres to team with Alberto Torres in the
match against Colt and Von Stroheim. Colt and Von Stroheim were also replacements, as the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01) and Assassin #2 (01)) were
suspended by the NWA for a multitude of infractions over recent months. It was reported that the final straw that led the NWA to suspend them from all NWA promotions
throughout the “Continental USA, Hawaii, Canada, and in most of South America” happened when they attempted to pull a switch against Dory Funk, Jr., on May 15,
1970. Homer O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim. The program for this card credited Bill Evans (02) as the ringside photographer for matches in Atlanta.

May 23, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bill Miller over Pedro Valdez > Paul DeMarco &
Nick Bockwinkel over Alberto Torres & Doug Gilbert (01) > Professor Kimura over Jack Vansky / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV Wrestling” television program
hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell joined Capral to announce he had fired Kimura. Jones joined Capral to announce that since the Assassins (01) (Assassin #1 (01)
and Assassin #2 (01)) had been suspended, and Assassin #2 was the reigning Georgia Television Champion, he was declaring the title vacant and had set a match for
May 29, 1970, between Bockwinkel and Joe Scarpa to determine a new champion.

May 26, 1970 (Tuesday) – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez over Dale Jones > Alberto
Torres over Fuji (02) > Bob Armstrong and Chati Yokuchi went to a draw > Leon Ogle & Doug Gilbert (01) over Homer O’Dell & Karl Von Stroheim > Professor Kimura
over Buddy Colt / Notes: O’Dell managed Colt and Von Stroheim.

May 29, 1970 (Friday) – Atlanta, GA – Paul Jones Sports Arena (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Valdez over Chati Yokuchi > Bob
Armstrong & the Challenger (01) over Randy Tyler & Rip Tyler > Georgia Television Title Match: Nick Bockwinkel and Joe Scarpa ended in a no contest > Karl Von
Stroheim over Professor Kimura > Leo Garibaldi & El Mongol over Homer O’Dell & Buddy Colt > No Time Limit Match: Doug Gilbert (01) over Bill Miller / Notes: This card
was initially scheduled to take place at the Lakewood Speedway, but it was moved to the Sports Arena due to inclement weather. O’Dell managed Colt and Von
Stroheim. Following the Garibaldi/Mongol-O’Dell/Colt match, Kimura charged the ring and attacked the latter two men. The Bockwinkel-Scarpa match was to determine a
champion for the vacant title, but because of the finish, the title remained vacant pending a rematch set for June 5, 1970. Assassin #2 (01) had previously been the
champion, but the title was declared vacant on May 23, 1970, as he had been suspended. Tim Geohagen was the special referee for the match. Charlie Harben was
credited as being a referee for this card.

May 30, 1970 (Saturday) – Atlanta, GA – WQXI Studios (Paul Jones (01) – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Alberto Torres over George Harris > Nick
Bockwinkel & Paul DeMarco and Doug Gilbert (01) & the Challenger (01) went to a draw > Buddy Colt over Dale Jones / Notes: This was taped for the “Atlanta TV
Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed Capral. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.
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