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1966
Jan 5, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Prince Neff Maiava defeated The Bandit. Joe Scarpa and Dick Steinborn defeated the team of Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Ron Reed defeated Luther Lindsay for the Hawaiian belt. Nick Kozak defeated Killer Kowalski for the NWA United States belt.
Jan 12, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Prince Neff Maiava defeated Joe Scarpa. Johnny Barend defeated Ron Reed. Nick Bockwinkel and Lord Blears defeated The Bandit and Fujiwara. Ripper Collins drew with Nick Kozak.
Jan 19, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Gil Ane defeated Harry Fujiwara. Alberto Torres drew with Joe Scarpa. Bearcat Wright defeated Johnny Barend. Ripper Collins defeated Ron Reed for the Hawaiian belt. Nick Kozak defeated the Masked Golden Terror. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson retained the World Tag Team title by turning back the team of Nick Bockwinkel and Kenji Shibuya.
Jan 26, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Dean Higuchi drew with Harry Fujiwara. The Golden Terror defeated Gil Ane. Nick Bockwinkel drew with Ripper Collins. Nick Bockwinkel, Nick Kozak, and Neff Maiava defeated the team of Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and Beauregarde.
Feb 2, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Tosh Togo defeated Dean Higuchi. The Golden Terror drew with Neff Maiava. Nick Bockwinkel and Lord Blears defeated Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Johnny Barend defeated Nick Kozak for the NWA United States belt.
Feb 9, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Dean Higuchi defeated The Golden Terror. Nick Kozak defeated Beauregarde. Gil Ane and Neff Maiava drew with Tosh Togo and Ripper Collins. Nick Bockwinkel and Johnny Barend went to a “No Contest” verdict.
Feb 16, 1966- Honolulu International Center- The Golden Terror defeated Nick Bockwinkel on a disqualification. Ripper Collins and Tosh Togo drew with Neff Maiava and Dean Higuchi. Lou Thesz defeated Dick the Bruiser. Johnny Barend defeated Nick Kozak for the United States belt. The belt was held up after their match on February 2, 1966. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Cowboy Bill Watts and Rene Goulet to retain the World Tag Team title.
Feb 23, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Dean Higuchi drew with Harry Fujiwara. The Golden Terror defeated Beauregarde. Johnny Barend drew with Nick Bockwinkel. Nick Bockwinkel, Nick Kozak, and Neff Maiava lost to the team of Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and Beauregarde.
Mar 2, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Neff Maiava defeated Lou “The Shoulders” Newman. Johnny Barend and Tosh Togo defeated Nick Kozak and Lord Blears. Lou Thesz drew with Luther Lindsay. Ripper Collins defeated The Golden Terror to retain the Hawaiian Heavyweight belt.
Mar 9, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Lou “The Shoulders” Newman drew with Tosh Togo. Nick Kozak and Dean Higuchi defeated Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Luther Lindsay defeated The Golden Terror. Neff Maiava defeated Johnny Barend.
March 16, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Gil Ane defeated The Golden Terror. Ripper Collins held Neff Maiava to a draw. Nick Kozak defeated Jack Bence. Luther Lindsay drew with Dale Lewis. Giant Baba drew with Johnny Barend.
March 23, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Neff Maiava and Dean Higuchi defeated Beauregarde and Tosh Togo. Dale Lewis drew with Joe Scarpa. Nick Kozak defeated the masked Golden Terror who turned out to be Pedro Godoy. Dick the Bruiser and Luther Lindsay went to a draw. Cowboy Bill Watts defeated Kenji Shibuya. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson retained the world tag team title by holding Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins to a draw.
April 6, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Tosh Togo drew Harry Fujiwara. The Missing Link (Pampero Firpo) defeated Joe Scarpa. Luther Lindsaydrew with Beauregarde. Nick Kozak, Pepper Gomez and Neff Maiava defeated the team of Johnny Barend Ripper Collins and The Missing Link.
April 13, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Tosh Togo drew Dean Higuchi. Don Chuy and Joe Carollo defeated Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Nick Kozak drew The Missing Link. Johnny Barend defeated Pepper Gomez to retain the WWA United States belt.
April 20, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Joe Carollo defeated Beauregarde. Don Chuy drew with Tosh Togo. Neff Maiava drew with The Missing Link. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins retained the Hawaiian tag team title by defeating Nick Kozak and Dick Steinborn.
April 27, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Nick Kozak drew Cyclone Negra. Joe Carollo and Don Chuy defeated The Missing Link and Beauregarde. Bill Watts defeated Don Duffy. Kenji Shibuya drew with Neff Maiava. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins to retain the world tag team title.
May 4, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Nick Kozak defeated Dean Higuchi. Ripper Collins and Johnny Barend defeated Don Chuy and Joe Carollo. Red Eagle defeated Beauregarde. Sam Steamboat defeated Lou Newman. The Missing Link defeated Harry Fujiwara. The Missing Link won the 14-man Texas Battle Royal. The following is the order in which the men were eliminated: 1. Dean Higuchi; 2. Harry Fujiwara; 3. Newman; 4. Sam Steamboat; 5. Don Chuy; 6. Joe Carollo; 7. Lord Blears; 8. Red Eagle; 9. Nick Kozak; 10. Neff Maiava; 11. Ripper Collins; 12. Johnny Barend; 13. Beauregarde; WINNER - The Missing Link
May 11, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Nick Kozak defeated Harry Fujiwara. The Missing Link and Neff Maiava defeated Dean Hitachi and Beauregarde. Johnny Barend defeated Red Eagle. Ripper Collins retained the Hawaiian heavyweight belt by holding Sam Steamboat to a draw.
May 18, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Red Eagle drew Harry Fujiwara. The Missing Link defeated Jim Grubmire. Ripper Collins defeated Neff Maiava. Sam Steamboat drew the Masked Executioner. Johnny Barend defeated Nick Kozak to retain the WWA United States belt.
May 25, 1966- Honolulu International Center- The Masked Executioner drew Red Eagle. The Missing Link and Neff Maiava defeated Jim Grubmire and Beauregarde. Kenji Shibuya defeated Nick Kozak. Pepper Gomez drew Cyclone Negra. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Ripper Collins and Johnny Barend to retain the world tag team title.
June 8, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Tosh Togo drew Masked Executioner. Red Eagle defeated Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Kongozan. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins defeated Neff Maiava and The Missing Link.
June 22, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Dean Higuchi drew Kongozan. Nick Bockwinkel defeated Beauregarde. The Missing Link defeated Masked Executioner. Chief Billy White Wolf and Red Eagle defeated Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins.
June 29, 1966- Honolulu International Center- The Masked Executioner drew Jim Hady. Ripper Collins and Beauregarde defeated the team of Tosh Togo and Kongozan. Nick Bockwinkel drew with Gorilla Monsoon. Johnny Barend defeated The Missing Link to retain the WWA United States belt. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Chief Billy White Wolf and Red Eagle to retain the world tag team title.
July 6, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Kongozan defeated Tony Sheppard. Red Eagle defeated Tosh Togo. Nick Bockwinkel and Sam Steamboat drew with Johnny Barend and Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Ripper Collins in an Indian Death Match.
July 13, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Kongozan defeated Red Eagle. Nick Bockwinkel defeated Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Killer Karl Kox. Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins and Bill Dromo defeated the team of Nick Bockwinkel, Neff Maiava and Sam Steamboat.
July 20, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Sam Steamboat defeated Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf and Red Eagle defeated Tosh Togo and Wild Bill Dromo. Nick Bockwinkel and Johnny Barend went to a draw. Ripper Collins defeated Kongozan to retain the Hawaiian championship belt.
July 27, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Neff Maiava defeated Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf and Red Eagle defeated the team of Tosh Togo and Kongozan. Nick Bockwinkel defeated Butcher Hoffman. Sam Steamboat drew with Wild Bill Dromo. Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins and Gorilla Monsoon defeated the team of Ray Stevens, Pat Patterson and Haystack Calhoun.
August 3, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Sam Steamboat defeated Dutch Savage. Neff Maiava drew Wild Bill Dromo. Johnny Barend defeated Red Eagle. The Mongolian Stomper defeated Dean Higuchi. Nick Bockwinkel and Ripper Collins went to a "No contest" verdict. Haystack Calhoun won the 15-man Texas Battle Royal. The following is the order in which the men were eliminated; 1. Johnny Barend; 2. Ripper Collins; 3. Red Eagle; 4. Tony Sheppard; 5. Dutch Savage; 6. Dean Higuchi; 7.Beauregarde; 8. Sam Steamboat; 9. Lord Blears; 10. Neff Maiava; 11. Chief Billy White Wolf 12. Wild Bill Dromo; 13. Nick Bockwinkel; 14. Mongolian Stomper; WINNER - Haystack Calhoun
August 10, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Sam Steamboat and Kongozan defeated Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Wild Bill Dromo. The Mongolian Stomper defeated Red Eagle. Johnny Barend retained the WWA United States belt by holding Nick Bockwinkel to an hour draw.
Aug. 17, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Neff Maiava drew The Mongolian Stomper. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Beauregarde. Wild Bill Dromo defeated Red Eagle. Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, Wild Bill Dromo and The Mongolian Stomper went to a "No contest" verdict with Dromo Nick Bockwinkel, Neff Maiava, Chief Billy White Wolf and Kongozan.
August 20, 1966- Kailua High School Gym- Neff Maiava defeated Wild Bill Dromo. Lord Blears drew Beauregarde. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins went to a "No Contest" verdict with Sam Steamboat and Nick Bockwinkel. Kathy Starr defeated Barbara Baker Collins. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated The Mongolian Stomper in an Indian Death Match.
August 24, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Sam Steamboat drew Wild Bill Dromo. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Dutch Savage. Nick Bockwinkel drew The Mongolian Stomper. Johnny Barend and Beauregarde defeated Charlie Kalani and Kongozan. Neff Maiava defeated Ripper Collins for the Hawaiian heavyweight belt.
August 31, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Charlie Kalani drew wi th Beauregarde. Neff Maiava defeated Dutch Savage. Wild Bill Dromo and The Mongolian Stomper defeated Nick Bockwinkel and Sam Steamboat. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Johnny Barend in an Indian Death Match. Kongozan defeated Ripper Collins. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Kenji Shibuya and Cyclone Negra to retain the world tag team title.
September 7, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Wild Bill Dromo drew with Kongozan. Chief Billy Whlte Wolf defeated Lou Newman. Nick Bockwinkel and The Mongolian Stomper drew Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Johnny Barend defeated Neff Maiava.
September 14, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Nick Bockwinkel drew Lou Newman. Wild Bill Dromo defeated Dean Higuchi. Kongozan and Chief Billy White Wolf drew Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Johnny Barend and the Mongolian Stomper went to a "No contest" verdict.
September 20, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Karl Gotch drew Kongozan. Kathy Starr defeated Jeanne O'Brien to retain the women United States belt. Bobo Brazil defeated Wild Bill Dromo. Hard Boiled Haggerty drew with the Mongolian Stomper. Ray Stevens, Pat Patterson and Chief Billy White Wolf defeated the team of Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins and Gorilla Monsoon.
September 28, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Karl Gotch defeated Beauregarde. The Mongolian Stomper drew with Wild Bill Dromo. Ripper Collins and his wife Barbara defeated Chief Billy White Wolf and Jeanie O'Brien. Johnny Barend defeated Kongozan.
October 5, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Kongozan drew The Mongolian Stomper. The Missing Link defeated Wild Bill Dromo. Chief Billy White Wolf and Karl Gotch defeated Ripper Collins and Beauregarde. Johnny Barend defeated Nick Bockwinkel to retain the WWA United States belt.
October 12, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Beauregarde drew Kongozan. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Wild Bill Dromo. Johnny Barend and Mighty Atlas defeated Karl Gotch and The Mongolian Stomper. The Missing Link defeated Ripper Collins.
October 19, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Kongozan drew Mighty Atlas. The Mongolian Stomper defeated Dan Miller. Ripper Collins defeated Neff Maiava to regain the Hawaiian heavyweight belt. Karl Gotch and Chief Billy White Wolf drew Beauregarde and Tarzan Tyler. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Pepper Gomez and Victor Rivera to retain the world tag team title. Johnny Barend lost to The Missing Link.
November 2, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Kongozan defeated The Mighty Atlas in a sumo match. Jim Hady defeated Beauregarde. Karl Gotch drew with Chief Billy White Wolf. Neff Maiava and The Missing Link defeated Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins for the Hawaiian tag team title.
November 9, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Beauregarde. The Missing Link defeated the Mighty Atlas. Johnny Barend defeated Neff Maiava. Karl Gotch drew with Mike Paidouses. Jim Hady defeated Ripper Collins.
November 16, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Mike Paidouses drew Neff Maiava. Karl Gotch defeated The Mighty Atlas. Johnny Barend and Beauregarde defeated Bob Boyer and Chief Billy White Wolf. Jim Hady defeated Man Mountain Cannon. The Missing Link defeated Fritz Von Goering.
November 23, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Mike Paidouses. The Missing Link defeated Man Mountain Cannon. Jim Hady defeated The Mighty Atlas. Johnny Barend defeated Bob Boyer. Ripper Collins retained his Hawaiian belt by defeating Karl Gotch.
November 30. 1966 Honolulu International Center- Chief Billy White Wolf and Man Mountain Cannon defeated Beauregarde and The Mighty Atlas. Johnny Valentine defeated Mike Paidouses. Karl Gotch defeated Sonny Meyers. Pepper Gomez and Jim Hady drew Cyclone Negra and Tarzan Tyler. Bill Watts and Ripper Collins went to a "No Contest" verdict. Johnny Barend retained the WWA United States belt by defeating The Missing Link.
December 7, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Beauregard defeated Tony Sheppard. Lord Blears drew with The Mighty Atlas. The Missing Link defeated the Golden Terror (Red Eagle). Jim Hady drew with Ripper Collins. Jim Hady, Karl Gotch and Chief Billy White Wolf defeated the team of Skull Murphy, Johnny Barend, and Ripper Collins.
December 14, 1966- Civic Auditorium- Ripper Collins defeated Harry Fujiwara. The Missing Link and Karl Gotch defeated The Mighty Atlas and Beauregarde. Jim Hady defeated Skull Murphy. Chief Billy White Wolf defeated Johnny Barend in an Indian Death Match.
December 21, 1966- Civic Auditorium- The Missing Link and Neff Maiava defeated The Mighty Atlas and Beauregarde. Jim Hady defeated Harry Fujiwara. Johnny Barend defeated Karl Gotch. Chief Billy White Wolf and Ripper Collins went to a "No Contest" verdict.
December 25, 1966- Honolulu International Center- Harry Fujiwara drew Beauregarde. Neff Maiava and Kongozan defeated The Mighty Atlas and Steve Stanlee. Karl Gotch drew Tarzan Tyler. Chief Billy White Wolf and Cyclone Negra went to a "No Contest" verdict. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson retained the world tag team title by defeating Jim Hady and The Missing Link. Johnny Barend defeated Ripper Collins.
1967
January 4, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Ripper Collins over Kongozan, Jim Hady & Eddie Morrow over Beauregarde & Harry Fujiwara. Neff Maiava drew with Steve Stanlee, The Missing Link beat Shoulders Newman on a disqualification, Hans Mortier over The Mighty Atlas. Jim Hady won the 16 man Texas Battle Royal.
January 11, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Eddie Morrow over Kongozan, Hans Mortier defeated Nick Bockwinkel, Karl Gotch downed Beauregarde. The Missing Link and Ripper Collins fought to a draw and Billy White Wolf defeated Steve Stanlee. Jim Hady defeated Johnny Barend on a disqualification in a Pier 9 Brawl with boxing gloves.
January 18, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Jim Hady & Eddie Morrow over Ripper Collins & Steve Stanlee. Hans Mortier over The Missing Link. Karl Gotch and Kongozan wrestled to a draw. In the main event, Johnny Barend retained his United States heavyweight wrestling championship over Billy White Wolf.
January 25, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Karl Gotch over Tosh Togo, Billy White Wolf and Beauregarde wrestled to a draw. The tag team of The Missing Link & Eddie Morrow downed Steve Stanlee and Kongozan. Jim Hady wrestled to a draw with Hans Mortier. In the main event, Ray Stevens, Pat Patterson, & Ripper Collins took two out of three falls from Cowboy Bill Watts, Cyclone Negra, and Johnny Barend.
February 1, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Jim Hady took two straight falls over Steve Stanlee, Karl Gotch drew Eddie Morro. Beauregarde was declared the winner over Ripper Collins when Collins failed to pin him twice in 20 minutes. In the main event, Johnny Barend and Hans Mortier defeated The Missing Link & Neff Maiava for the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship.
February 8, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Dean Higuchi lost to Hans Mortier, Eddie Morrow defeated Kongozan, Ripper Collins & Tosh Togo drew. The Masked Executioner beat Steve Stanlee. Jim Hady pinned Johnny Barend with a iron cross to win the "Lumberjack Match."
February 15, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Curtis Iaukea over Kongozan, Karl Gotch over The Masked Executioner. Johnny Barend and Hans Mortier over Jim Hady & Steve Stanlee. Ripper Collins retained his Hawaiian wrestling belt by defeating Eddie Morrow.
February 20, 1967- Hilo- Lord Blears and The Masked Executioner battled to a draw, Johnny Barend defeated Jim Hady on a disqualification. Curtis Iaukea over Karl Gotch, Ripper Collins over Hans Mortier. Jim Hady won the 8 man Texas Battle Royal.
February 22, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Curtis Iaukea over Karl Gotch, Ripper Collins beat McRonald Kamaka with an Atomic Drop. Jim Hady beat Kongozan with a cradle hold, Eddie Morrow and Hans Mortier battled to a draw. Harry Fujiwara won on a disqualification from Johnny Barend when Barend attacked him before the beginning of the match.
March 1, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Skull Murphy drew with Karl Gotch. Ripper Collins and Cyclone Negra were counted out while battling in the aisles. The Masked Executioner and Beauregarde drew with Tosh Togo and Kongozan. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson retained their World Tag Team titles by taking two out of three falls over Jim Hady and Eddie Morrow. Curtis Iaukea defeated Johnny Barend for the United States title.
March 8, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Johnny Barend defeated Kongozan, Jim Hady drew with Karl Gotch. Curtis Iaukea defeated Eddie Morrow in two straight falls. Ripper Collins over Beauregarde. Hans Mortier over The Masked Executioner.
March 15, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Hans Mortier and Karl Gotch battled to a draw. Paul Diamond over Kongozan. Johnny Barend over Dean Higuchi. Curtis Iaukea over The Masked Executioner. Jim Hady defeated Ripper Collins for the Hawaiian Championship.
March 20, 1967- Hilo: Curtis Iaukea and Hans Mortier drew, Karl Gotch over Beauregarde. Paul Diamond over Ripper Collins on a disqualification. Jim Hady over Johnny Barend in a lumberjack match.
March 22, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Ripper Collins over Kongozan, Karl Gotch over Beauregarde. Jim Hady drew with Curtis Iaukea. Johnny Barend and Hans Mortier over Paul Diamond and Nick Bockwinkel to retain their Hawaiian Tag Team Title.
March 29, 1967- Honolulu International Center- The Mongolian Stomper and Jim Hady drew, Ripper Collins and Hans Mortier drew. Paul Diamond won on a disqualification over Cyclone Negra. Karl Gotch and Kongozan over the team of Beauregarde and The Ugly American. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated the team of The Missing Link and Nick Bockwinkel to retain their World Tag Team Title. Curtis Iaukea retained his United States Title by going to a draw with Johnny Barend.
April 5, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Nick Bockwinkel over Kongozan. Dean Higuchi and Harry Fujiwara battled to a draw. Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins defeated the team of Karl Gotch and Dean Higuchi. Johnny Barend, Hans Mortier, and Beauregarde won the 6 man tag team match over the team of Nick Bockwinkel, Jim Hady, and Paul Diamond.
April 12, 1967- Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady took two straight falls over Dan Duffy. Hans Mortier over Nick Bockwinkel. Paul Diamond drew Dory Funk Jr., Karl Gotch drew Kongozan. Johnny Barend and Beauregarde defeated the team of Curtis Iaukea and Harry Fujiwara.
April 17, 1967- Hilo: Hans Mortier and Beauregarde drew with the team of Lord Blears and Paul Diamond. Jim Hady defeated Ripper Collins. Curtis Iaukea defeated Johnny Barend when Barend was counted out of the ring.
April 19, 1967- Civic Auditorium- The tag team match between Karl Gotch and Paul Diamond vs. Hans Mortier and Beauregarde was a draw. Curtis Iaukea over Dory Funk Jr., Jim Hady over Tojo Yamamoto. Johnny Barend over Ripper Collins.
April 26, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Ripper Collins defeated Paul Diamond, Karl Gotch downed Kongozan, Beauregarde beat Harry Fujiwara. Hans Mortier and Johnny Barend retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Titles by battling to a draw with Pepper Gomez and Pedro Morales. Cyclone Negra and The Mongolian Stomper defeated Ray Stevens and Ripper Collins (substitute for Pat Patterson) to retain the World Tag Team Titles. Curtis Iaukea over Jim Hady to keep the United States Championship.
May 3, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Jim Hady downed Oddjob Tosh Togo, Beauregarde drew Kongozan as did Karl Gotch and Paul Diamond. Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins won the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship over Johnny Barend and Hans Mortier.
May 10, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Curtis Iaukea over Paul Diamond. Karl Gotch and Beauregarde drew with the team of Kongozan and Harry Fujiwara. Jim Hady retained the Hawaiian Championship by going to a draw with Ripper Collins. In a grudge match, Johnny Barend defeated Hans Mortier.
May 15, 1967- Hilo: Lord Blears and Beauregarde defeated the team of Hans Mortier and Kongozan. Ripper Collins defeated Johnny Barend in a Texas Death Match. Jim Hady over Curtis Iaukea in a pier 9 brawl boxing/wrestling match.
May 17, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Kongozan defeated Paul Diamond, Catalina Drake and Karl Gotch battled to a draw. The Missing Link and Lord Blears took two out of three falls from Hans Mortier and Beauregarde. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend defeated Ripper Collins and Curtis Iaukea in a steel cage match.
May 24, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Ripper Collins over Catalina Drake, Hans Mortier over Dean Higuchi. The Baby Blimp (George Harris) over Paul Diamond, Johnny Barend over Harry Fujiwara, Jim Hady over Kongozan. Ripper Collins won the 13 man Texas Battle Royal.
May 31, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Johnny Barend over Paul Diamond, Chief Billy White Wolf and Ripper Collins battled to a draw as did Beauregarde and Catalina Drake. Jim Hady used a drop kick to defeat Hans Mortier to retain the Hawaiian Championship. In the Battle of the Splashes, Curtis Iaukea defeated The Baby Blimp.
June 7, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Johnny Barend and Jim Hady over The Baby Blimp and Hans Mortier. Chief Billy White Wolf downed Beauregarde. Curtis Iaukea beat Kongozan. Ripper Collins defeated Lord Blears in a grudge match.
June 14, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Nick Kozak over Skull Murphy, Billy White Wolf drew The Baby Blimp, Catalina Drake drew Harry Fujiwara, Ernie Ladd defeated Hans Mortier on a disqualification. Ripper Collins and Curtis Iaukea retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating Jim Hady and Johnny Barend. In the Midget tag team match: Little Beaver and Cowboy Bradley defeated the team of Fuzz Cupid and Little Brutus.
June 21, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Curtis Iaukea pinned Catalina Drake, Johnny Barend downed Hans Mortier. Jim Hady defeated The Baby Blimp and Nick Kozak pinned Beauregarde. Chief Billy White Wolf and midgets Little Beaver and The Jamaica Kid defeated Ripper Collins and midgets Fuzzy Cupid and Little Brutus in a six-man tag team match.
June 28, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Jim Hady and Johnny Barend defeated The Baby Blimp and Harry Fujiwara. Catalina Drake and Beauregarde wrestled to a draw. The teams of Billy White Wolf and Nick Kozak vs. Ripper Collins and Hans Mortier ended in a draw. Curtis Iaukea retained his United States title by defeating Don Leo Jonathan.
July 5, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Cyclone Negra and The Baby Blimp fought to a draw, as did Hans Mortier and Catalina Drake. Billy White Wolf and Nick Kozak won the tag team match over Rip Miller and Art Neilson. Ray Stevens and Pepper Gomez battled to a draw. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend defeated the team of Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian Tag Team Titles.
July 12, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Nick Kozak and Beauregarde, Johnny Barend and Jim Hady over Dutch Schultz and Hans Mortier. Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins defeated the team of Dick Steinborn and Catalina Drake. Billy White Wolf defeated The Baby Blimp in an Indian Death Match.
July 19, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Johnny Barend and Dutch Schultz battled to a draw. Curtis Iaukea over Eric Frolic. Nick Kozak and Billy White Wolf over the team of Ripper Collins and Hans Mortier. Jim Hady retained his Hawaiian Heavyweight Championship when Pat Patterson was disqualified for illegal tactics.
July 26, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Curtis Iaukea over Nick Kozak on a disqualification. Jim Hady and Dutch Schultz battled to a draw. Eric Frolic downed Beauregarde. Billy White Wolf over Hans Mortier. Johnny Barend knocked out Ripper Collins in the sixth round of their Pier 9 Brawl boxing-wrestling match.
August 2, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Ripper Collins and Pat O'Connor wrestled to a draw, the tag team of Nick Kozak and Eric Frolic defeated the team of Kurt and Karl Von Stroheim. Pedro Morales over Hans Mortier, Dutch Schultz over Beauregarde. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend defeated the team of Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson on a disqualification, however, Stevens and Patterson retained their World Tag Team titles because the title cannot be lost on a disqualification. In the Indian Death Match, Billy White Wolf defeated Curtis Iaukea.
August 9, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Dutch Schultz and Nick Kozak wrestled toa draw, Billy White Wolf won over Harry Fujiwara on a disqualification. Ripper Collins downed Eric Frolic. Kathy Starr retained her United States Woman's title by defeating Jessica Rogers. The tag trio of Curtis Iaukea, Ripper Collins, and Dutch Schultz defeated Jim Hady, Johnny Barend, and Lord Blears.
August 10, 1967- Hilo: Eric Frolic and Nick Kozak battled to a draw. Kathy Starr retaining her United States Woman's title by battling to a draw with Jessica Rogers. Johnny Barend and Jim Hady retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Titles by defeating the team of Dutch Schultz and Curtis Iaukea.
August 16, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Ripper Collins defeated Beauregarde, Curtis Iaukea downed Kongozan. In a mixed tag match Dutch Schultz and Jessica Rogers over Eric Frolic and Kathy Starr. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend retained their Hawaiian tag team championship by defeating Nick Kozak and Billy White Wolf.
August 23, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Nick Kozak over Wild Bill Dromo, Curtis Iaukea and Harry Fujiwara drew with the team of Tank Morgan and Eric Frolic. Dutch Schultz retained his Hawaiian Championship by going to a draw with Jim Hady. Ripper Collins was awarded the referee's decision over Johnny Barend in their "brass knuckles trophy" match.
August 30, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Ripper Collins defeated Kongozan. Tank Morgan and Dutch Schultz battled to a draw. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson downed Eric Frolic and Nick Kozak. Johnny Barend and Jim Hady defeated The Masked Enforcers to successfully defend their Hawaiian Tag Team title. Haystacks Calhoun won the 18 man Texas Battle Royal.
September 6, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Eric Frolic over Catalina Drake, Tank Morgan over Nick Kozak. Cowboy Bill Watts defeated Harry Fujiwara in two straight falls. Ripper Collins, Curtis Iaukea, and Dutch Schultz defeated the team of Jim Hady, Johnny Barend, and Haystacks Calhoun. Johnny Barend was disqualified for attempting to use Haystacks' lucky charm causing his team to lose the match.
September 13, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Eric Frolic and Nick Kozak battled to a draw. Billy White Wolf defeated Tank Morgan on a disqualification. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend defeated Ripper Collins and Dutch Schultz. Curtis Iaukea defeated Cowboy Bill Watts to retain his United States title.
September 20, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Billy White Wolf drew with Dutch Schultz, Johnny Barend defeated Eric Frolic. Jim Hady defeated Tank Morgan. In the 8 man tag team match, the four man team of Billy White Wolf, Jim Hady, Lord Blears, and Nick Kozak defeated the team of Dutch Schultz, Tank Morgan, Ripper Collins, and Curtis Iaukea.
September 27, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Eric Frolic defeated The Great Melenko on a disqualification. Tank Morgan over Tiger Andrews, Ripper Collins and Pepper Gomez battled to a draw. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson drew with Nick Kozak and Billy White Wolf. Curtis Iaukea and Dutch Schultz captured the Hawaiian Tag Team Titles over Johnny Barend and Jim Hady. Before the match, Barend was married to Miss Annette Lum, the ceremony was performed by the Reverend Samuel Keala.
October 4, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Eric Frolic defeated Kongozan, Lord Blears defeated Harry Fujiwara, Billy White Wolf and Nick Kozak defeated Ripper Collins and Tank Morgan on a disqualification. Jim Hady recaptured the Hawaiian Championship by defeating Dutch Schultz.
October 11, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Jim Hady defeated Tank Morgan, Eric Frolic beat Harry Fujiwara on a disqualification. Ripper Collins and Dutch Schultz defeated Billy White Wolf and Nick Kozak. In the lady midget event Darling Dagmar defeated Diamond Lil.
October 18, 1967- Honolulu International Center- Dory Funk over Kongozan, Billy White Wolf over Fritz Von Goering. Nick Bockwinkel and Jim Hady over The Masked Enforcers. Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson defeated Curtis Iaukea and Dutch Schultz on a disqualification, however Iaukea and Shultz retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship since the title cannot change hands on a disqualification. Victor The Great, a 450 pound bear, used a backflip to pin Ripper Collins in 2 minutes.
October 25, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Angelo Poffo over Eric Frolic, Nick Bockwinkel over Kongozan. Billy White Wolf defeated Tank Morgan. Jim Hady and Nick Kozak defeated Curtis Iaukea and The Alaskan on a disqualification. Victor the Bear needed only two minutes and 30 seconds to defeat Tank Morgan and Dutch Schultz.
November 1, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Tank Morgan defeated Nick Bockwinkel, The Alaskan took two out of three falls from Nick Kozak. The tag team match between Jim Hady and Billy White Wolf vs. Angelo Poffo and Curtis Iaukea was a draw. Johnny Barend knocked out Dutch Schultz in 1:03 in the sixth round of their Pier 9 Brawl boxing-wrestling match.
November 8, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Killer Kowalski beat Tank Morgan, Nick Bockwinkel and Dutch Schultz battled to a draw, as did the match between Jim Hady and Angelo Poffo. Johnny Barend defeated The Alaskan. Curtis Iaukea retained his United States title by going to a draw with Billy White Wolf.
November 15, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Lord Blears and Angelo Poffo battled to a draw, as did Kongozan and Lou Newman. Billy White Wolf over Killer Kowalski on a disqualification. Jim Hady defeated Dutch Schultz to retain his Hawaiian Championship.
November 22, 1967- Civic Auditorium- Billy White Wolf and Dutch Schultz battled to a draw. The Alaskan defeated Frankie Allman. Nick Bockwinkel and Curtis Iaukea battled to a draw. The team of Billy White Wolf, Jim Hady, and Johnny Barend won the 6 man tag match over the team of Kenji Shibuya, Angelo Poffo, and Killer Kowalski.
November 29, 1967- Honolulu International Center: Kenji Shibuya defeated Beauregarde, Ripper Collins defeated The Alaskan. Sailor Art Thomas and Bearcat Wright drew with the team of Killer Kowalski and Angelo Poffo. Billy White Wolf and Nick Bockwinkel won on a disqualification over Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend defeated Curtis Iaukea and Dutch Schultz to win the Hawaiian Tag Team championship.
December 6, 1967- Civic Auditorium: Angelo Poffo defeated Beauregarde, Kenji Shibuya defeated The Alaskan. Killer Kowalski defeated Nick Bockwinkel. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend battled to a draw with the team of Ripper Collins and Dutch Schultz. Billy White Wolf won the Lumberjack match over Curtis Iaukea.
December 18, 1967- Civic Auditorium: Kenji Shibuya over Frankie Allman, Dutch Schultz defeated The Alaskan.Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins over Billy White Wolf and Nick Bockwinkel. Jim Hady and Johnny Barend retained their Hawaiian Tag Team titles by defeating the team of Killer Kowalski and Angelo Poffo.
December 20, 1967- Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady beat Beauregarde,Billy White Wolf drew with Kenji Shibuya. Freddie Blassie won over Nick Kozak, Nick Bockwinkel and Victor Rivera drew with the team of Ripper Collins and Dutch Schultz. Jim Hady won the 16 man Texas Battle Royal.
December 25, 1967- Honolulu International Center: Freddie Blassie defeated Billy White Wolf, Cyclone Negra over Nick Kozak, Jim Hady over The Alaskan, and Angelo Poffo drew with Nick Bockwinkel. Kenji Shibuya and Ripper Collins over team of Pepper Gomez and Victor Rivera. Giant Baba over Dutch Schultz on a disqualification. Johnny Barend defeated Curtis Iaukea to win the United States Championship.
WRESTLING NOTES: Wrestling promoter in Hawaii is Gentleman Edmund Francis......The television narration of wrestling events is done by Lord "Tallyho" Blears......The two arenas used in Hawaii are the Honolulu Civic Auditorium and the Honolulu International Center Arena
......Taped matches from Fresno, California are shown on KHVH TV, channel 4 7 12 every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.......Two matches are taped on Wednesday night at the Civic or the Center and reshown on Friday nights at 10:30 p.m. on KGMB TV channel 3 & 9......
1968
January 3, 1968-Civic Auditorium: Angelo Poffo over Beauregard, Ripper Collins and Dutch Schultz drew Lord Blears and Dean Higuchi. Johnny Barend over Nick Bockwinkel. Kenji Shibuya over Jim Hady to win the Hawaiian title. However, the title was held up when TV footage showed Kenji Shibuya had his feet on the ropes when he pinned Hady.
January10, 1968-Civic Auditorium: Johnny Barend over Dean Higuchi, Tosh Togo and Ripper Collins drew, Dutch Schultz over Frankie Allman. The Missing Link, Jim Hady, and Neff Maiava over Angelo Poffo, Killer Kowalski, and Kenji Shibuya.
January 17, 1968-Honolulu International Center: Kenji Shibuya and Larry Williams drew, Bearcat Wright over Dutch Schultz. The Missing Link and Neff Maiava drew the team of Freddie Blassie and Ripper Collins. Pepper Gomez and Pedro Morales retain their World tag title by going to a draw with Killer Kowalski and Angelo Poffo. Jim Hady took the only fall in a US title match with Johnny Barend, however, Barend kept his title due to the fact that the title must be won in two falls.
January 24, 1968-Civic Auditorium: Angelo Poffo and Killer Kowalski over Jackie Carson and Dean Higuchi. Kenji Shibuya over Frankie Allman. Jim Hady over Dutch Schultz. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins over Neff Maiava and The Missing Link.
January 23, 1968-Maui: Angelo Poffo over Lord Blears, Ripper Collins and Neff Maiava drew as did Killer Kowalski and Jim Hady. Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and Killer Kowalski over The Missing Link, Jim Hady, and Neff Maiava.
January 31, 1968-Civic Auditorium: Killer Kowalski and Neff Maiava drew, The Missing Link over Angelo Poffo, Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins over Odd Job Tosh Togo and Jackie Carson. Jim Hady over Kenji Shibuya to win the Hawaiian title.
February 7, 1968-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady and Angelo Poffo drew, as did Killer Kowalski and The Missing Link. Big Bill Miller over Jackie Carson. Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and Curtis Iaukea over Ken Hollis, Jerry London, and Karl Gotch.
February 14-Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link over Killer Kowalski via a disqualification. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins over Ken Hollis and Jackie Carson. Curtis Iaukea over Rocky Hunter, Karl Gotch drew Angelo Poffo. Jim Hady defeated Big Bill Miller to retain his Hawaiian title.
February 21-Honolulu International Center: Lord Blears drew Harry Fujiwara, Ken Hollis over Jackie Carson. Angelo Poffo over Amessa. Killer Kowalski drew Pepper Gomez. Bearcat Wright and Sailor Art Thomas over Freddie Blassie and Curtis Iaukea via a disqualification. Jim Hady and The Missing Link over Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian tag titles.
February 28-Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link over Harry Fujiwara, Rocky Hunter drew Ken Hollis, Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins over Killer Kowalski and Angelo Poffo. Curtis Iaukea over Jim Hady to win the Hawaiian title.
March 6-Civic Auditorium: Killer Kowalski over Rocky Hunter, Curtis Iaukea over Ken Hollis. Peter Maivia over Angelo Poffo. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins over Jim Hady and The Missing Link in a Pier 9 Brawl tag match.
March 13-Civic Auditorium: Johnny Barend over Ken Hollis, Peter Maivia over Harry Fujiwara. Curtis Iaukea drew with Killer Kowalski. Jim Hady over Angelo Poffo. The Missing Link defeated Ripper Collins, in which the loser had his head shaved in the ring. As a result, The Missing Link and Jim Hady shaved Ripper Collins bald in the ring.
March 20-Honolulu International Center: Jim Hady over Fritz Von Goering. Peter Maivia and Neff Maiava over Killer Kowalski and Angelo Poffo. Ripper Collins and Ray Stevens over Hahn Lee and Pepper Gomez. Curtis Iaukea retained his Hawaiian title by going to a draw with The Missing Link. Johnny Barend retained his United States title by defeating Bearcat Wright.
March 27-Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins drew Neff Maiava, Peter Maivia over Harley Race. Jim Hady over Don Duffy, Giant Baba over Curtis Iaukea via a disqualification. Peter Maivia won the Texas Battle Royal.
April 3-Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins drew The Missing Link, Jerry London over Rocky Hunter. Jim Hady over Odd Job Tosh Togo. Peter Maivia and Neff Maiava over Johnny Barend and Curtis Iaukea via a disqualification. After the match, fans at the Civic rioted and tried to attack Barend and Iaukea.
April 10-Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins over Frankie Allman, Peter Maivia over Jerry London, Johnny Barend and Curtis Iaukea drew with Jim Hady and The Missing Link. In a ladies tag match, Pat Sheery and Joyce Grable over The Fabulous Moolah and Betty Boucher.
April 17-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady over Kongozan, Jerry London and Harry Fujiwara drew. Neff Maiava and The Missing Link drew Curtis Iaukea and Johnny Barend. Peter Maivia over Ripper Collins.
April 24-Honolulu International Center: Pepper Gomez over Jerry London, Ray Stevens drew Bearcat Wright. Kenji Shibuya and Ripper Collins drew The Missing Link and Neff Maiava. Peter Maivia defeated Curtis Iaukea on a disqualification, however, Iaukea kept his title due to the fact that a title cannot change hands on a disqualification. Jim Hady defeated Johnny Barend in two straight falls to win the United States title.
May 1-Civic Auditorium: Dean Higuchi and Jerry London drew, Billy White Wolf over Reggie Parks, Peter Maivia and Neff Maiava over Ripper Collins and Kongozan. Billy White Wolf, The Missing Link, and Jim Hady over the team of Johnny Barend, Curtis Iaukea, and Reggie Parks.
May 8-Civic Auditorium: Peter Maivia over Kongozan, Neff Maiava over Jerry London, Billy White Wolf and Jim Hady drew with Curtis Iaukea and Johnny Barend. Ripper Collins and The Missing Link battled to a no-contest.
May 15-Honolulu International Center: Pedro Morales over Harry Fujiwara, Billy White Wolf over Jerry London, Bearcat Wright and Kenji Shibuya drew. Ray Stevens defeated Jim Hady to win the United States title. Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and Curtis Iaukea over The Missing Link, Peter Maivia, and Neff Maiava in a 6-man tag team elimination match.
May 22-Civic Auditorium: Billy White Wolf over Tosh Togo, The Missing Link over Kongozan and Neff Maiava over Harry Fujiwara. Jim Hady and Peter Maivia over Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins via a disqualification.
May 29-Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea drew Billy White Wolf, Jim Hady over Ripper Collins Peter Maivia and The Missing Link over Tosh Togo and Harry Fujiwara. Little Beaver and Little Joey Russell over Sky Low Low and Little Brutus.
June 6-Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over The Missing Link, Peter Maivia over Harry Fujiwara. Jim Hady over Killer Karl Kox, Billy White Wolf, Joey Russell and Little Beaver over Ripper Collins, Sky Low Low, and Little Brutus.
June 12-Honolulu International Center: Pedro Morales over Pat Patterson, Ripper Collins over Hahn Lee, Billy White Wolf over Killer Karl Kox, and Harry Fujiwara drew with Neff Maiava. Magnificent Maurice over The Missing Link. Curtis Iaukea drew with Peter Maivia, thus allowing Iaukea to retain his Hawaiian title. Jim Hady defeated Ray Stevens to regain the United States Championship.
June 19-Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Meatoga, Jim Hady and Dean Higuchi drew with Magnificent Maurice and Harry Fujiwara. Peter Maivia over Killer Karl Kox. Billy White Wolf over Ripper Collins in an Indian Death Match.
June 26-Civic Auditorium: Magnificent Maurice over Rocky Hunter, Harry Fujiwara drew with Lord Blears, Jim Hady over John Bull. Peter Maivia and Billy White Wolf over Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian tag team titles.
July 2-Honolulu International Center: Ray Stevens and Peter Maivia drew, Magnificent Maurice over Dino Lanza, Billy White Wolf over John Bull. Curtis Iaukea over John Tolos. Pepper Gomez and Pedro Morales retain their World tag team titles by defeating Ripper Collins and Freddie Blassie. Gene Kiniski retained his NWA World title by going to a draw with Jim Hady.
July 10-Civic Auditorium: Neff Maiava over Rocky Hunter and Peter Maivia over John Bull. Billy White Wolf over Harry Fujiwara and Magnificent Maurice. Ripper Collins over Curtis Iaukea in a grudge match.
July 17-Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Rocky Hunter, John Bull over Frankie Allman. Jim Hady and Ripper Collins drew. Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice over Peter Maivia and Billy White Wolf to win the Hawaiian tag team titles.
July 24-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady over Frankie Allman, Billy White Wolf over Harry Fujiwara, Ripper Collins and Bearcat Wright drew. Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice over Peter Maivia and Rocky Hunter. Jim Hady won the Texas Battle Royal.
July 30-Honolulu International Center: Tosh Togo over John Bull, Pepper Gomez and Kenji Shibuya drew. Peter Maivia and Billy White Wolf drew Freddie Blassie and Ripper Collins. Jean Antone over Betty Niccoli. Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice over Jim Hady and Curtis Iaukea.
August 7-Civic Auditorium: Peter Maivia over Magnificent Maurice, Billy White Wolf and Johnny Barend drew. Curtis Iaukea drew Tosh Togo. In a mixed tag match Jim Hady, Kathy Starr, and Jean Antone over Ripper Collins, Barbara Collins, and Betty Niccoli.
August 14-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady over Harry Fujiwara, Billy White Wolf over Rocky Hunter, Neff Maiava and Peter Maivia drew with Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice. Curtis Iaukea over Ripper Collins to retain his Hawaiian Championship.
August 21-Civic Auditorium: Klondike Bill over Frank McFarlane, Ripper Collins and Harry Fujiwara over Rocky Hunter and Dean Higuchi. Billy White Wolf over Ripper Collins. Jim Hady and Curtis Iaukea over Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice in a steel cage match.
August 28-Honolulu International Center: Peter Maivia and Rocky Hunter over Harry Fujiwara and Magnificent Maurice. Ripper Collins & Freddie Blassie over Pepper Gomez and Pedro Morales. Jim Hady retained his United States title by defeating Mr. Saito. Klondike Bill defeated Curtis Iaukea to win the Hawaiian title. Billy White Wolf over Johnny Barend in an Indian Death Match.
September 4-Civic Auditorium: Billy White Wolf over Baron Secluna. Klondike Bill over Dean Higuchi. Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice drew with the team of Curtis Iaukea and Neff Maiava. Jim Hady over Ripper Collins in a Pier 9 Brawl.
September 11-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady over Harry Fujiwara, Billy White Wolf over Ripper Collins, Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice over Tosh Togo and Kongozan. Curtis Iaukea won the only fall in a Hawaiian title match with Klondike Bill, thus allowing Klondike Bill to retain his title.
September 17-Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link and Peter Maivia over Ripper Collins and Klondike Bill. Billy White Wolf over Harry Fujiwara. Jim Hady over Jack Pesek. Curtis Iaukea drew Pat Barrett. Magnificent Maurice won the Texas Battle Royal.
September25-Honolulu International Center: Luke Graham over Hahn Lee, Pat Barrett and Harry Fujiwara drew. Klondike Bill retained his Hawaiian title by going to a draw with The Missing Link. Freddie Blassie and Ripper Collins drew with Peter Maivia and Lord Blears. Jim Hady and Billy White Wolf over Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice in a double Indian Death Match.
October 2-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady drew Klondike Bill. Magnificent Maurice drew with Tosh Togo. Luke Graham and Ripper Collins over Billy White Wolf and Pat Barrett. Peter Maivia over Johnny Barend.
October 9-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady drew Ripper Collins, Pat Barrett over Kongozan. Billy White Wolf over Tosh Togo. Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice over Peter Maivia and Lord Blears. Luke Graham over Klondike Bill in a Hawaiian title match. However, Graham was not awarded the Hawaiian title because he received outside help from Ripper Collins.
October 16-Civic Auditorium: Luke Graham and Peter Maivia drew as did Klondike Bill and Neff Maiava. Pat Barrett over Ripper Collins. Jim Hady and Billy White Wolf defeated Johnny Barend and Magnificent Maurice to win the Hawaiian tag team titles in a steel cage match.
October23-Civic Auditorium: Pat Barrett over Jack Pesek and Billy White Wolf drew with Luke Graham. Klondike Bill, Pat Barrett, and Jim Hady over Ripper Collins, Luke Graham, and Magnificent Maurice in a 6-man tag team match. Johnny Barend over Peter Maivia.
October 30-Honolulu International Center: Magnificent Maurice drew Fred Curry, Nick Bockwinkel over Roger Kirby. Ray Stevens over Pat Barrett. Ripper Collins, Luke Graham, and Freddie Blassie over Klondike Bill, Peter Maivia, and Billy White Wolf in a 6-man tag team match. Jim Hady retained his North American title by going to a no-contest with Johnny Barend.
November 6-Civic Auditorium: Harry Fujiwara drew Lord Blears, Nick Bockwinkel over Klondike Bill. Pat Barrett over Johnny Barend via a disqualification. Luke Graham and Ripper Collins over Jim Hady and Billy White Wolf to win the Hawaiian tag team titles.
November 13-Civic Auditorium: Luke Graham and Ripper Collins over Lord Blears and Pat Barrett. Jim Hady and Red Bastein over Tosh Togo and Harry Fujiwara. Nick Bockwinkel drew with Mr. X. Giant Baba over Johnny Barend.
November 20-Civic Auditorium: Jim Hady over Mr. X, Pat Barrett over Kongozan. Red Bastein drew with Johnny Barend. Nick Bockwinkel and Giant Baba over Ripper Collins and Luke Graham.
November 27-Honolulu International Center: Red Bastein over Freddie Blassie, Giant Baba drew Big Bill The Miller, Joyce Grable and Princess Little Cloud over Barbara Owen and Betty Boucher. Mr. X and Pat Barrett drew. Ripper Collins and Luke Graham battled to a no-contest with Man Mountain Mike and Pepper Gomez. Johnny Barend over Nick Bockwinkel via a disqualification. Gene Kiniski defeated Jim Hady to retain his NWA World title.
December 4-Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins over Pat Barrett, Johnny Barend drew with Neff Maiava, Luke Graham drew Jim Hady as did Mr. X and Red Bastein. Princess Little Cloud over Betty Boucher. Donna Christianello won the Ladies Texas Battle Royal.
December 11-Civic Auditorium: Neff Maiava drew Mr. X, Pat Barrett and Luke Graham also battled to a draw. Jim Hady and Red Bastein went to a no-contest with the team of Johnny Barend and Professor Tanaka. In a mixed tag team match, Ripper and Barbara Collins defeated Nick Bockwinkel and Patti Neilson. The Fabulous Moolah retained her Woman's World title by defeating Donna Christianello.
December 18-Civic Auditorium: Nick Bockwinkel over Killer Buddy Austin, Professor Tanaka over Pat Barrett and Lord Blears drew with Mr. X. Ripper Collins and Luke Graham retained their Hawaiian tag team titles by defeating the team of Jim Hady and Red Bastein.
December 25-Honolulu International Center: Tex McKenzie drew with Ray Stevens, Ripper Collins and Luke Graham over Pepper Gomez and Al Negra to retain their Hawaiian tag team titles. Red Bastein over Buddy Austin. Mr. X drew Harry Fujiwara. Nick Bockwinkel was awarded the Hawaiian Championship when Johnny Barend failed to appear to defend his title. Nick Bockwinkel then went on to defeat Man Mountain Cannon to retain the title. Professor Tanaka defeated Jim Hady to win the North American Championship.
1969
January 1, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Tex McKenzie over Freddie Blassie, Nick Bockwinkel over Mr. X, and Neff Maiava drew Luke Graham. Professor Tanaka and Masa Fujiwara over Pat Barrett and Red Bastein. Ed Francis over Ripper Collins.
January 8, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Tex McKenzie over Mr. X, Jim Hady and Luke Graham drew, Ripper Collins over Pat Barrett. Professor Tanaka and Masa Fujiwara over Lord Blears and Neff Maiava. Nick Bockwinkel over Friday Allman.
January 15, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Rocky Montero over Masa Fujiwara, Tosh Togo and Mr. X drew. Lord Blears, Nick Bockwinkel, and Neff Maiava over Ripper Collins, Luke Graham, and Rocky Montero. Professor Tanaka over Tex McKenzie. Note: This was a benefit show for Mrs. Jim Hady, whose husband died a few days earlier.
January 22, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Luke Graham over Rocky Montero, Luther Lindsey over Tosh Togo, Bill Miller drew Don Chuy, Wahoo McDaniel over Mr. X. Kenji Shibuya and Mr. Saito retained their World Tag Team titles by going to a draw with the team of Nick Bockwinkel and Tex McKenzie. Professor Tanaka over Ray Stevens to retain his North American title. Ripper Collins over Ed Francis in a wire cage match.
January 23, 1969 -Maui: Wahoo McDaniel over Professor Tanaka, Lord Blears over Rocky Montero. Nick Bockwinkel over Mr. X. Ed Francis, Tex McKenzie, and Nick Bockwinkel over Ripper Collins, Luke Graham, and Friday Allman.
January 27, 1969- Hilo: Lord Blears over Mr. X, Rocky Montero drew Wahoo McDaniel. Tex McKenzie over Professor Tanaka. Ripper Collins and Luke Graham battled to a no-contest with Ed Francis and Nick Bockwinkel.
January 29, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Luke Graham over Kongozan. Rocky Montero over Mr. X, Professor Tanaka over Nick Bockwinkel. Wahoo McDaniel and Tex McKenzie over Ripper Collins and Friday Allman.
February 5, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Bobby Shane over Mr. X, Nick Bockwinkel and Tex McKenzie over Professor Tanaka and Kongozan. Neff Maiava over Rocky Montero. Ripper Collins and Luke Graham over Ed Francis and Wahoo McDaniel.
February 12, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Professor Tanaka over Bob Boyer, Ripper Collins drew with Bobby Shane. Wahoo McDaniel over Masa Fujiwara. Nick Bockwinkel and Tex McKenzie over Danny Hodge and Rocky Montero. Nick Bockwinkel won the Texas Battle Royal.
February 19, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Tex McKenzie over The Mummy, Rocky Montero drew Bobby Shane, Billy White Wolf over Bob Boyer. Don Chuy, Ray Stevens, and Wahoo McDaniel over Ripper Collins, Luke Graham, and Roger Kirby. Curtis Iaukea over Nick Bockwinkel to win the Hawaiian title. Gene Kiniski over Professor Tanaka to win the North American title.
February 26, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Professor Tanaka and Nick Bockwinkel drew, Tex McKenzie drew Rocky Montero, Curtis Iaukea over Bobby Shane. Ripper Collins and Luke Graham over Billy White Wolf and Wahoo McDaniel to retain their Hawaiian Tag Team titles.
March 5, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Rocky Montero drew Lord Blears. Professor Tanaka over Bobby Shane. Ripper Collins and Luke Graham over Wahoo McDaniel and Tex McKenzie. Ed Francis over Friday Allman in a Pier 9 Brawl. Nick Bockwinkel won the only fall in a Hawaiian Championship match with Curtis Iaukea thus allowing Curtis Iaukea to retain his title.
March 12, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Rocky Montero and Masa Fujiwara over Lord Blears and Tosh Togo Nick Bockwinkel and Bobby Shane over Luke Graham and Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian Tag Team titles. Wahoo McDaniel over Curtis Iaukea. Tex McKenzie over Professor Tanaka in a Texas Death Match.
March 19, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Sandor Kovacs, Wahoo McDaniel over Luke Graham. Tex McKenzie over Masa Fujiwara. Ripper Collins over Bobby Shane. Rocky Montero over Nick Bockwinkel in a Battle of the Abdominal Stretch Hold.
March 26, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Rocky Montero over Sandor Kovacs. Bobby Shane over Dave Ruhl. Nick Bockwinkel, Jim Osborne, and Paul Jones over Bull Ramos, Luke Graham, and Ripper Collins. Curtis Iaukea retained his Hawaiian title by defeating Wahoo McDaniel. Tex McKenzie over Gene Kiniski via a disqualification thus allowing Kiniski to retain his North American title.
March 31, 1969- Hilo: Lord Blears over Rocky Montero. Curtis Iaukea drew Curtis Iaukea. Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin over Bobby Shane and Pedro Morales. Pedro Morales won the Texas Battle Royal.
April 2, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Bobby Shane drew Rocky Montero. Killer Buddy Austin over Sandor Kovacs. Pedro Morales over Dave Ruhl. Curtis Iaukea, Ripper Collins, and Killer Buddy Austin drew the team of Pedro Morales, Tex McKenzie, and Nick Bockwinkel.
April 9, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin over Pedro Morales and Sandor Kovacs. Nick Bockwinkel and Bobby Shane over Masa Fujiwara and Dave Ruhl. Don Leo Jonathan over Rocky Montero. Curtis Iaukea over Tex McKenzie to retain his Hawaiian title.
April 16, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Peter Maivia over Dave Ruhl. Rocky Montero over Ray Kamaka. Killer Buddy Austin and Ripper Collins over Nick Bockwinkel and Bobby Shane to win the Hawaiian tag team titles. Don Leo Jonathan and Tex McKenzie over Kenji Shibuya and Mr. Saito via a disqualification thus allowing Shibuya and Saito to retain their World tag team titles. Gene Kiniski and Curtis Iaukea drew thus allowing Kiniski to retain his North American title.
April 23, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Bobby Shane and Masa Fujiwara drew as did Ray Kamaka vs. Killer Buddy Austin. Nick Bockwinkel, Lord Blears, and Pedro Morales over Ripper Collins, Killer Buddy Austin, and Rocky Montero. Curtis Iaukea retained his Hawaiian Championship by defeating Don Leo Jonathan.
April 21, 1969 - Hilo: Curtis Iaukea and Masa Fujiwara drew Lord Blears and Nick Bockwinkel. Pedro Morales over Rocky Montero. Killer Buddy Austin over Bobby Shane. Don Leo Jonathan over Ripper Collins.
April 30, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Lord Blears over Masa Fujiwara, Curtis Iaukea over Ray Kamaka. Pedro Morales over Rocky Montero. Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin over Nick Bockwinkel and Bobby Shane to retain their Hawaiian tag team titles.
May 7, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins over Ray Kamaka, Nick Bockwinkel drew Billy Robinson. Bobby Shane and Friday Allman drew. Dory Dixon over Masa Fujiwara. Pedro Morales over Tank Morgan. Dory Dixon won the Texas Battle Royal.
May 14, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Nick Bockwinkel. Killer Buddy Austin over Bobby Shane. Ray Kamaka and Bobby Shane drew. Pedro Morales, Dory Dixon, Billy Robinson over Rocky Montero, Killer Buddy Austin, and Ripper Collins.
May 21, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Billy Robinson over Tommy Andrews, Bobby Shane drew Kongozan, and Rocky Montero drew with Ray Kamaka. Nick Bockwinkel over Chris Markoff. Killer Buddy Austin and Ripper Collins retain their Hawaiian tag titles by going to a no-contest with Pepper Gomez and Dory Dixon. Pedro Morales defeated Curtis Iaukea.
May 28, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Nick Bockwinkel over Rocky Montero. Curtis Iaukea over Bobby Shane. Billy Robinson drew with Dory Dixon. Ed Francis and Pedro Morales defeated Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin.
June 4, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Nick Bockwinkel over Kongozan. Curtis Iaukea and Rocky Montero over Tex McKenzie and Bobby Shane Gorilla Monsoon and Pedro Morales drew. Billy Robinson retained his European Championship by defeating Killer Buddy Austin.
June 11, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Tex McKenzie and Killer Buddy Austin drew. Karl Gotch over Kongozan. Bobby Shane over Ripper Collins.
June 18, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Gorilla Monsoon over Nick Bockwinkel. Dory Dixon over Kongozan. Karl Gotch over Rocky Montero. Ray Stevens over Pat Patterson. Curtis Iaukea over Don Leo Jonathan in a Pier 9 Brawl. Pedro Morales defeated Gene Kiniski to win the North American title.
June 24, 1969 Maui: Nick Bockwinkel over Gorilla Monsoon, Pedro Morales and Dory Dixon over Curtis Iaukea and Rocky Montero. Ripper Collins drew Tex McKenzie . Lord Blears drew Killer Buddy Austin.
June 25, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Pedro Morales over Killer Buddy Austin. Karl Gotch over Ripper Collins. Gorilla Monsoon and Rocky Montero drew with Dory Dixon and Nick Bockwinkel. Curtis Iaukea over Tex McKenzie.
July 2, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Dory Dixon over Rocky Montero. Masa Fujiwara drew Karl Gotch. Nick Bockwinkel drew with Ripper Collins. Billy White Wolf over Killer Buddy Austin. Ed Francis and Pedro Morales drew with Gorilla Monsoon and Curtis Iaukea.
July 9, 1069 -Honolulu International Center: Little Beaver and Sky Low Low drew. Little Brutus over The Jamaica Kid. Ripper Collins, Killer Buddy Austin, and Pat Patterson over Ray Stevens, Peter Maivia, and Ed Francis. Curtis Iaukea and Gorilla Monsoon drew with Nick Bockwinkel and Dory Dixon. Billy White Wolf over Rocky Montero. Karl Gotch and Killer Buddy Austin drew. Pedro Morales retained his North American title by defeating Gene Kiniski.
July 14, 1969 -Hilo: Pedro Morales drew with Gorilla Monsoon. Curtis Iaukea drew with Dory Dixon. Rocky Montero drew with Nick Bockwinkel. Little Beaver and The Jamaica Kid over Sky Low Low and Little Brutus.
July 16, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin retained their Hawaiian titles by defeating the team of Billy White Wolf and Nick Bockwinkel. Dory Dixon drew with Rocky Montero. Little Beaver and The Jamaica Kid over Little Brutus and Sky Low Low. Pedro Morales and Ed Francis over Curtis Iaukea and Gorilla Monsoon in a cage match.
July 23, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Pedro Morales and Dory Dixon drew with Karl and Kurt von Steiger. Nick Bockwinkel drew Killer Buddy Austin. Billy White Wolf over Masa Fujiwara. Rocky Montero and Karl Gotch drew. Dory Dixon won the Texas Battle Royal.
July 30, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Nick Bockwinkel over Masa Fujiwara, Ray Stevens drew Rocky Montero. Dory Dixon drew Kenji Shibuya. Billy White Wolf and Peter Maivia over Kurt and Karl von Steiger via a disqualification. Pedro Morales and Ed Francis over Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin. Gorilla Monsoon over Curtis Iaukea via a disqualification, thus allowing Iaukea to retain his Hawaiian title.
August 6, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Killer Buddy Austin over Rocky Hunter, Ripper Collins drew with Nick Bockwinkel. Curtis Iaukea, Kurt and Karl von Steiger over Pedro Morales, Dory Dixon, and The Missing Link. Billy White Wolf over Rocky Montero in an Indian Death Match.
August 13, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link over Rocky Montero. Rocky Hunter drew with Masa Fujiwara. Curtis Iaukea drew with Billy White Wolf. Kurt and Karl von Steiger over Dory Dixon, and Nick Bockwinkel. Pedro Morales and Ed Francis defeated Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin to win the Hawaiian tag team titles in a steel cage match.
August 18, 1969 -Hilo: The Missing Link over Ripper Collins, Nick Bockwinkel drew Curtis Iaukea. Kurt and Karl von Steiger over Dory Dixon and Pedro Morales. Ed Francis over Killer Buddy Austin.
August 20, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Dory Dixon, Pedro Morales over Rocky Montero, Kurt and Karl von Steiger over Rocky Hunter and Billy White Wolf. Ripper Collins, Killer Buddy Austin, and Masked Man 1 & 2 defeated The Missing Link, Dory Dixon, Pedro Morales, and Nick Bockwinkel in a 8-man tag team match.
August 27, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Billy White Wolf over Rocky Montero, Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin over Dory Dixon and Nick Bockwinkel, John Tolos drew with The Missing Link. Kurt and Karl von Steiger over Bobby and Jerry Christy. Pedro Morales over Gorilla Monsoon to retain his North American championship. Dory Funk Jr. Retained his NWA World title by going to a draw with Curtis Iaukea.
September 3, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Nick Bockwinkel over Rocky Hunter, Ripper Collins over The Missing Link, Pedro Morales over Killer Buddy Austin, Curtis Iaukea over Jerry Brisco. In a double Indian Death Match, Billy White Wolf defeated one of the von Steiger brothers but failed to beat the other. By terms of the match, he was the loser overall.
September 10, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins and Killer Buddy Austin over Jerry Brisco and Nick Bockwinkel. The Missing Link over Masa Fujiwara. Curtis Iaukea over Billy White Wolf. Kurt and Karl von Steiger over Pedro Morales and Ed Francis to win the Hawaiian tag team titles.
September 15, 1969 -Hilo: Ripper Collins drew Nick Bockwinkel. Giant Baba over Killer Buddy Austin, Curtis Iaukea over The Missing Link. Pedro Morales and Ed Francis defeated Kurt and Karl von Steiger.
September 16, 1969 -Maui: Giant Baba over Killer Buddy Austin, The Missing Link and Kurt von Steiger drew. Ripper Collins over Nick Bockwinkel. The Missing Link, Pedro Morales, and Ed Francis over Curtis Iaukea, Kurt & Karl von Steiger in a 6-man tag team match.
September 17, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Masa Fujiwara over Rocky Hunter, Killer Buddy Austin and The Missing Link drew. Kurt & Karl von Steiger over Nick Bockwinkel and McRonald Kamaka. In a 6man tag match, Giant Baba, The Missing Link, and Pedro Morales over Curtis Iaukea, Ripper Collins, and Killer Buddy Austin.
September 24, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Kurt & Karl von Steiger drew Peter Maivia and Neff Maiava. Giant Baba and Gene Kiniski drew. Ed Francis over Killer Buddy Austin, and Ripper Collins over Rocky Hunter. The Missing Link over The Sheik via disqualification. Curtis Iaukea over Pedro Morales to win the North American Championship.
October 1, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link over Tosh Togo, Hahn Lee over Masa Fujiwara. Ripper Collins drew Nick Bockwinkel. Curtis Iaukea drew George Harris. Pedro Morales and Ed Francis over Kurt & Karl von Steiger via a disqualification.
October 8, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea and Ripper Collins over Nick Bockwinkel and George Harris. McRonald Kamaka over Karl von Steiger. Hahn Lee and Kurt von Steiger drew. The Missing Link over Harry Fujiwara. The Missing Link won the Battle Royal, thus becoming the new Hawaiian Champion.
October 15, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Kurt & Karl von Steiger over McRonald Kamaka and George Harris. Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee over The Alaskan and Stan Nielson. Karl Gotch drew Tosh Togo. The Sheik over The Missing Link. Curtis Iaukea drew with Ray Stevens to retain his North American Championship.
October 17, 1969 -Hilo: Curtis Iaukea drew Hahn Lee, George Harris and Ripper Collins drew. The Missing Link over Harry Fujiwara. Pedro Morales and Ed Francis over Kurt & Karl von Steiger.
October 22, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Harry Fujiwara and Karl Gotch drew. Friday Allman defeated The Missing Link. Hahn Lee and Pedro Morales over George Harris and McRonald Kamaka. Ripper Collins and Curtis Iaukea defeated Kurt & Karl von Steiger to win the Hawaiian tag team titles.
October 29, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: George Harris over Cowboy Lane, Curtis Iaukea over Dory Dixon. Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee over Kurt & Karl von Steiger. Ripper Collins defeated The Missing Link to win the Hawaiian Championship.
November 5, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: George Harris and McRonald Kamaka drew. Hahn Lee over Kurt von Steiger. The Missing Link and Rene Goulet over Ripper Collins and Friday Allman. Pedro Morales over Curtis Iaukea to win the North American Championship.
November 12, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Don Leo Jonathan over Kurt von Steiger, Rene Goulet drew with George Harris. The Missing Link and Karl von Steiger drew. Ripper Collins and Curtis Iaukea retain their Hawaiian tag team titles by going to a draw with Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee.
November 18, 1969 -Maui: Pedro Morales over Karl von Steiger, The Missing Link over Curtis Iaukea, Hahn Lee drew with Ripper Collins. Cowboy Lane and Wee Willie Wilson over The Mighty Atom and Little Bruiser.
November 19, 1969 -Civic Auditorium:The Missing Link and George Harris drew. Don Leo Jonathan over Karl von Steiger. Cowboy Lane and Wee Willie Wilson over Little Bruiser and The Mighty Atom. Pedro Morales, Hahn Lee, and Rene Goulet over Ripper Collins, Curtis Iaukea, and Harry Fujiwara in a 6-man tag team match.
November 26, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Don Leo Jonathan and Freddie Blassie drew, Hahn Lee over Curtis Iaukea, Johnny Barend over Bobby Shane, George Harris over Karl von Steiger. Tank Morgan defeated Rene Goulet. The Mighty Atom and Little Bruiser over Wee Willie Wilson and Cowboy Lane. The Missing Link defeated Ripper Collins on a disqualification, however, Collins retained his Hawaiian Championship. Pedro Morales defeated The Sheik to retain his North American Championship.
December 3, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Jack Bence and The Missing Link drew. Kongozan and George Harris drew. Johnny Barend over Rene Goulet. Jack Bence, Ripper Collins, and Tank Morgan over Pedro Morales, Hahn Lee, and Don Leo Jonathan in a 6-man tag team match.
December 10, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Masa Fujiwara over George Harris, Hahn Lee and Jack Bence drew. Tank Morgan over Pedro Morales via a disqualification. Ripper Collins and Johnny Barend defeated The Missing Link and Don Leo Jonathan to retain their Hawaiian tag team titles.
December 17, 1969 -Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee over Harry Fujiwara, Ripper Collins over Klondike Bill, and Johnny Walker went to a draw with Danny Hodge. Neff Maiava and The Missing Link over Tank Morgan and Jack Bence. Hahn Lee won the Texas Battle Royal.
December 25, 1969 -Honolulu International Center: Tex McKenzie over Harry Fujiwara, The Missing Link over Johnny Walker, Giant Baba and Sakaguchi over Tank Morgan and Jack Bence. Danny Hodge retained his World's Junior Heavyweight title by going to a draw with Hahn Lee. Billy and Ed Francis defeated Ripper Collins and Friday Allman. Johnny Barend defeated Pedro Morales to win the North American Championship.
1970
January 1, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Tank Morgan defeated Hahn Lee, Pedro Morales and Jack Bence battled to a draw as did The Missing Link and Danny Hodge. In the main event, Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by going to a draw with the team of Giant Baba and Sakaguchi.
January 7, 1970- Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link defeated Kongozan, Jackie Carson and Jack Bence battled to a draw. Johnny Barend defeated Sakaguchi. In a six man tag team match Pedro Morales, Hahn Lee, and Billy Francis battled to a draw with the team of Ripper Collins, Tank Morgan, and Jack Bence.
January 14, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee and Pedro Morales defeated Tank Morgan and Jack Bence. In a midget match, Cowboy Lang defeated The Mighty Atom. The Missing Link retained his Hawaiian Championship when Ripper Collins was disqualified. In the main event, Johnny Barend and his two midget partners, The Mighty Atom and Little Bruiser defeated Jackie Carson and midgets Wee Willie Wilson and Cowboy Lang.
January 21, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Earl Maynard defeated Harry Fujiwara, The Missing Link drew with Jack Bence. The match between Tank Morgan and Don Leo Jonathan also ended in a draw as did the tag team match between Peter Maivia/Ray Stevens vs Pat Patterson/The Masked Gladiator. In the main event, Ripper Collins, Johnny Barend vs Pedro Morales, Hahn Lee, and Haystacks Calhoun was declared a no-contest when all six wrestlers were disqualified for fighting outside the ring.
January 28, 1970- Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link defeated Mac Macfarland on a disqualification. Hahn Lee defeated Jack Bence and Pedro Morales beat Tank Morgan. In the main event, Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins defeated the father and son team of Ed and Billy Francis.
February 4, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee defeated Mac Macfarland, Pedro Morales defeated Jack Bence in two straight falls. Johnny Barend, Friday Allman, and Tank Morgan defeated Pedro Morales, Don Leo Jonathan, and Sandor Kovacs. In the main event, Ripper Collins defeated The Missing Link to win the Hawaiian Championship.
February 11, 1970- Civic Auditorium: The Missing Link and Tosh Togo wrestled to a draw, as did Tank Morgan and Hahn Lee. Pedro Morales defeated Mac Macfarland. Billy Francis defeated Friday Allman when Allman failed to defeat Francis two falls within 20 minutes. In the main event, Ripper Collins and Johnny Barend retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating the team of Lou Klein and Rene Goulet.
February 18, 1970- Honolulu International Center: The Missing Link defeated Friday Allman and Hahn Lee downed Harry Fujiwara in a one fall match. Pat Patterson and Pedro Morales battled to a no-contest. Ripper Collins defeated Lou Klein, Bad Boy Shields and Mac Macfarland defeated the team of Tex McKenzie and Don Leo Jonathan. In a women's tag team match, Donna Christiantello and Vivian Vachon won over Rita Monroe and Paula Kay. In the main event, Dory Funk Jr. Retained his World's title by going to a draw with Johnny Barend.
February 25, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee over Tank Morgan, Bad Boy Shields and Rene Goulet fought to a draw. Johnny Barend defeated The Missing Link. In a mixed tag team match, Pedro Morales and lady wrestlers Vivian Vachon and Donna Christiantello defeated the team of Ripper Collins, Rita Monroe, and Paula Kay.
March 4, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Tosh Togo defeated Tank Morgan, Bad Boy Shields defeated The Missing Link. Mac Macfarland and Rene Goulet battled to a draw. In the main event, Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee won the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins.
March 11, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Pedro Morales defeated Mac Macfarland, Bad Boy Shields and Rene Goulet battled to a draw as did Hahn Lee and Les Roberts. Giant Baba and Sakaguchi defeated the team of Harry Fujiwara and Tank Morgan. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins were co-winners of the Texas Battle Royal involving 14 wrestlers.
March 18, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Les Roberts drew with Bad Boy Shields, Rene Goulet defeated Tank Morgan. Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins battled to a no-fall draw with Giant Baba and Sakaguchi. Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by going to a no-contest with Kenji Shibuya and Mitsu Arakawa.
March 25, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Hahn Lee pinned Bad Boy Shields, Tank Morgan defeated Jackie Carson, and Giant Baba defeated Les Roberts in a one fall match. Cyclone Negra and Spiros Arion defeated Kenji Shibuya and Mitsu Arakawa on a disqualification. Ripper Collins retained his Hawaiian Championship by defeating Rene Goulet. Pedro Morales defeated Johnny Barend in a Sicilian Stretcher Match.
April 1, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Pedro Morales pinned Les Roberts, Tank Morgan over Bad Boy Shields and Tosh Togo and Rene Goulet battled to a draw. In a mixed tag team match, Ed Francis, Hahn Lee, Rene Goulet, and lady wrestler Donna Christiantello defeated Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and lady wrestler Rita Monroe.
April 8, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Johnny Barend beat Rene Goulet, Ripper Collins battled to a draw with Hahn Lee as did Tank Morgan and Les Roberts. Pedro Morales defeated Bad Boy Shields. In a midget tag team match, Lord Little Brook and The Mighty Atom over the team of Wee Willie Wilson and Cowboy Lang.
April 15, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Les Roberts and Rene Goulet drew as did Tank Morgan and Mac Macfarland. Lord Little Brook defeated Cowboy Lang in a midget match. In a mixed tag team match, Pedro Morales and midget Wee Willie Wilson defeated the team of Ripper Collins and midget The Mighty Atom. Johnny Barend retained his North American Championship by defeating Hahn Lee via a disqualification.
April 22, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee ovre Les Roberts, Pedro Morales over Harry Fujiwara, Johnny Barend and Friday Allman over Rene Goulet and Tank Morgan. Ed Francis defeated Ripper Collins in the main event.
April 29, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Rene Goulet over Harry Fujiwara and Tank Morgan over Les Roberts. Kenji Shibuya battled to a draw with Pedro Morales. Sam Steamboat over Ripper Collins on a disqualification, allowing Collins to retain his Hawaiian Championship since the title cannot change hands on a disqualification. Ray Stevens and Peter Maivia retained their World Tag Team titles over the team of Johnny Barend and The Sheik.
May 6, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Rene Goulet over Killer Buddy Austin. Pedro Morales over Les Roberts. Kenji Shibuya drew with Hahn Lee. In a six man tag team match, the team of Johnny Barend, Ripper Collins, and Kenji Shibuya defeated Sam Steamboat, Tank Morgan, and Rene Goulet.
May 13, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Kenji Shibuya over Rene Goulet and Tank Morgan won over Friday Allman. Sam Steamboat over Les Roberts. Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating the team of Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins.
May 20, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Pedro Morales over Mac Macfarland and Hahn Lee won over Rene Goulet. The tag team of Hard Boiled Haggerty and Kenji Shibuya defeated Sam Steamboat and Jerry Briscoe. Ripper Collins retained his Hawaiian Championship by defeating Tank Morgan.
May 27, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Duke Savage, Ripper Collins over Mac Macfarland. Tank Morgan knocked out Friday Allman in a Pier 9 Brawl boxing/wrestling match in the fifth round. Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee successfully defended their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating Kenji Shibuya and Hard Boiled Haggerty.
June3, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Mac Macfarland and Friday Allman battled to a draw. Sam Steamboat and Billy Robinson drew and Hard Boiled Haggerty over Tank Morgan. Hahn Lee over Harry Fujiwara. Sam Steamboat won the Texas Battle Royal.
June10, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Tank Morgan and Masa Fujiwara battled to a draw, Hard Boiled Haggerty over Mac Macfarland, Billy Robinson took two out of three falls from Hahn Lee. Pedro Morales over The Convict on a disqualification. A new Hawaiian Champion was crowned when Sam Steamboat defeated Ripper Collins.
June25, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Tank Morgan downed Mac Macfarland, Hahn Lee over Hard Boiled Haggerty and Billy Robinson beat The Russian Wolfman. Pedro Morales over Tough Tony Borne. Ripper Collins defeated Sam Steamboat to reclaim the Hawaiian Championship. The bout between Johnny Barend and The Sheik was declared a no-contest.
July 1, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat defeated Friday Allman and Tank Morgan pinned Tony Borne. Ripper Collins defeated Tosh Togo. Johnny Barend and Billy Robinson defeated the team of Hahn Lee and Pedro Morales to win the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship.
July 8, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Kenji Shibuya defeated Ken Karlson, Tank Morgan over Friday Allman. Billy Robinson over Tosh Togo. Sam Steamboat, Hahn Lee, and Pedro Morales won the six man tag team match via a disqualification over the team of Ripper Collins, Johnny Barend, and Killer Karl Kox.
July 15, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Kenji Shibuya over Tank Morgan. Hahn Lee and Sam Steamboat fought to a draw with the Masked Assassins #1 and #2, Billy Robinson over Killer Karl Kox. In a lady's match, Vicki Williams over Fran Gravette. The Fabulous Moolah retained her World's Woman's title by downing Toni Rose. Johnny Barend retained his North American Championship when Pedro Morales was disqualified for hitting referee Pete Peterson. Dory Funk Jr. Retained his World's Championship belt by defeating Ripper Collins.
July 22, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Pedro Morales and Kenji Shibuya drew, Hahn Lee and Ripper Collins were both disqualified for fighting outside the ring. Johnny Barend and Billy Robinson defeated the team of Tank Morgan and Sam Steamboat. In the female battle, Vicki Williams and Toni Rose over the team of The Fabulous Moolah and Fran Gravette.
July 29, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Ivan Koloff and Hahn Lee battled to a draw. Billy Robinson and Kenji Shibuya over Pedro Morales and Tank Morgan in a tag team match. Johnny Barend was disqualified in his match with Billy Francis. Sam Steamboat defeated Ripper Collins two straight falls but was not awarded the Hawaiian Championship because Ripper Collins had a cut on his forehead.
August 5, 1970- Honolulu International Center: The tag team of Ripper Collins and Kenji Shibuya defeated the team of Eddie Graham and Sam Steamboat. In other matches, Hahn Lee beat Mac Macfarland, Ivan Koloff out battled Tank Morgan and Edouard Carpentier drew with Cyclone Negra. The match between Ray Stevens and Billy Robinson ended in a draw. Pedro Morales took the North American Championship from Johnny Barend in a one fall sudden death match.
August 12, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee over Reg Parks, Jack Armstrong and Ripper Collins battled to a draw. Kenji Shibuya over Nick Kozak. In a six man tag match, Edouard Carpentier, Sam Steamboat, and Pedro Morales defeated Johnny Barend, Billy Robinson, and Ivan Koloff.
August 19, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee over Friday Allman, Kenji Shibuya and Pedro Morales were disqualified for fighting outside the ring. Johnny Barend and Billy Robinson defeated the team of Jack Armstrong and Edouard Carpentier. Sam Steamboat won the Hawaiian Championship by defeating Ripper Collins in a steel cage match.
August 26, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Jack Armstrong and Buddy Austin drew as did Pedro Morales and Ripper Collins, and both Hahn Lee and Kenji Shibuya were disqualified for fighting outside the ring. Sam Steamboat took two out of three falls from Les Wolfe. Dory Funk Jr. Retained his World's Championship by battling to a draw with Billy Robinson. In the Sicilian Stretcher Match, Johnny Barend was awarded the victory over The Sheik, even though both were knocked out.
September 2, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Kenji Shibuya over Sam Steamboat, Mac Macfarland and Jack Armstrong battled to a draw. Ripper Collins over Les Wolfe. Johnny Barend and Billy Robinson retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating the team of Pedro Morales and Hahn Lee.
September 9, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Kenji Shibuya over Jack Armstrong, Hahn Lee over Mac Macfarland. Sam Steamboat and Johnny Barend battled to a draw. Ripper Collins defeated Friday Allman in a grudge match.
September 16, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Ripper Collins over Hahn Lee, Mac Macfarland over Jack Armstrong. Kenji Shibuya and Pedro Morales battled to a draw. Johnny Barend and Billy Robinson retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by defeating the team of Sam Steamboat and Nick Bockwinkel.
September 23, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins over Mac Macfarland and Hahn Lee. Pedro Morales over Abdullah the Butcher via a disqualification. The Masked Destroyer over Jack Armstrong. Sam Steamboat retained his Hawaiian Championship over Kenji Shibuya, who was disqualified for throwing salt at the referee.
September 30, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Hahn Lee over Jack Armstrong, Kenji Shibuya over Jerri Monti and Billy Robinson over Abdullah the Butcher. The Sheik and Ed Francis over Johnny Barend and Ripper Collins in a tag team death match. The Masked Destroyer defeated Pedro Morales to win the North American Championship.
October 7, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Kenji Shibuya and Billy Robinson battled to a draw, as did Sam Steamboat. Ripper Collins over Friday Allman. Pedro Morales over Jack Armstrong. In a 10-man tag team match, Hahn Lee, Friday Allman, Sam Steamboat, Pedro Morales, and Billy Robinson won over the team of Ripper Collins, Kenji Shibuya, Johnny Barend, Jack Armstrong, and The Masked Destroyer.
October 14, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Lord Blears over Jack Armstrong and Billy Francis beat Soldat Gorky. The Masked Destroyer over Friday Allman. Kenji Shibuya and Ripper Collins over the team of Sam Steamboat and Hahn Lee. In a special challenge match held in a steel cage, Johnny Barend was declared the winner over Ed and his son Billy Francis when Billy was forced to leave the ring due to injury.
October 28, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat and Dale Lewis drew, as did Beauregarde and The Russian Wolfman. Billy Francis over Jack Armstrong, Kenji Shibuya over Hahn Lee in a karate match. In the battle for the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship, Billy Robinson and Ed Francis defeated Ripper Collins and Johnny Barend. The Masked Destroyer retained his North American Championship when The Sheik was disqualified for hitting the referee.
November 4, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Johnny Barend over Hahn Lee, Dale Lewis over Jack Armstrong. Ripper Collins retained his Hawaiian Championship when Sam Steamboat was disqualified for hitting the referee. In a six man tag team match, The Masked Destroyer, Dale Lewis, and The Russian Wolfman drew with the team of Billy Robinson, Lord Blears, and Billy Francis.
November 11, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee drew with Cowboy Frankie Lane, Billy Robinson over John Quinn. Soulman Rocky Johnson over The Russian Wolfman. Ripper Collins and Dale Lewis drew with the team of Sam Steamboat and Nick Bockwinkel. The Masked Destroyer retained his North American Championship against Johnny Barend when both wrestlers were counted out of the ring.
November 18, 1970- Civic Auditorium: The Masked Destroyer beat Frankie Lane. Dale Lewis defeated Hahn Lee. Johnny Barend defeated The Russian Wolfman. Billy Robinson and Sam Steamboat fought to a draw with the team of Ripper Collins and John Quinn. Billy Robinson won the Texas Battle Royal.
November 25, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Hahn Lee and The Russian Wolfman drew, Cowboy Lane over Mac Macfarland. Dale Lewis over Soulman Rocky Johnson. Billy Robinson over Nick Bockwinkel. The Masked Destroyer retained his North American Championship over Sam Steamboat. In a grudge match, Johnny Barend defeated Ripper Collins.
December 2, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Johnny Barend over Mac Macfarland. Sam Steamboat over The Russian Wolfman. Cowboy Lane and Hahn Lee defeated The Masked Destroyer in a handicap match via a disqualification. Billy Robinson and Ed Francis retained their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship by going to a draw with the team of Ripper Collins and Dale Lewis.
December 9, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Dale Lewis over Beauregarde, Billy Robinson over The Russian Wolfman. Curtis Iaukea and The Masked Destroyer over the team of Sam Steamboat and Cowboy Lane. In the main event, Johnny Barend took the Hawaiian Championship from Ripper Collins in a steel cage match. After the match, Curtis Iaukea and other wrestlers attacked Barend and shaved his head. Barend was injured in the mayhem and subsequently left the islands. As a result, The Hawaiian Championship reverted back to Ripper Collins, the former champion, by default.
December 16, 1970- Honolulu International Center: Curtis Iaukea over Hahn Lee, Sam Steamboat and Cowboy Frankie Lane over the team of Big Bob Windham and Larry Henning. Beauregarde defeated The Russian Wolfman and Dale Lewis defeated Rocky Montero. Billy Robinson defeated The Masked Destroyer to win the North American Championship. Victor the Great, the wrestling bear, defeated Ripper Collins in a special main event.
December 23, 1970- Civic Auditorium: Rocky Montero over Mac Macfarland, Sam Steamboat over Judo Gene Lebell, Curtis Iaukea and Harry Fujiwara over the team of Billy Robinson and Beauregarde. Ripper Collins retained his Hawaiian Championship over Cowboy Frankie Lane. Dale Lewis defeated Ed Francis in the Battle of the Sleeper Holds match.
1971
January 2, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Frankie Lane over the Black Angel, Curtis Iaukea over Don Muraco. Sam Steamboat drew Dale Lewis, Billy Robinson over Gene Lebell. Billy Robinson won the Pier 9 Brawl Battle Royal.
January 9, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Gene Lebell and Don Muraco drew, Dale Lewis over Frankie Lane. Sam Steamboat and Beauregard over Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins via a disqualification. Curtis Iaukea defeated Billy Robinson to win the North American title.
January 16, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Dale Lewis over Kongozan, Don Muraco drew Masa Fujiwara. Sam Steamboat over Dale Lewis. Curtis Iaukea over Beauregard. Billy Robinson and Cowboy Lane over Ripper Collins and Maddog Mayne via disqualification.
January 27, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Beauregarde over Gary Jarrett, Frankie Lane over Tojo Yamamoto. Sam Steamboat and Don Muraco over Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins via a disqualification. Curtis Iaukea over Billy Robinson to retain his North American title. Dory Funk Jr. Defeated Don Leo Jonathan to retain his NWA World title.
January 30, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Don Muraco over Tojo Yamamoto, Billy Robinson drew Dale Lewis. Masa Fujiwara drew Beauregarde. Ripper Collins, Curtis Iaukea, and Maddog Mayne over Sam Steamboat, Cowboy Lane, and Robert Duranton.
February 6, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Dale Lewis over Robert Duranton, Maddog Mayne over Beauregarde, Don Muraco over Masa Fujiwara. Curtis Iaukea drew Verne Gagne. Frankie Lane defeated Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian Championship.
February 13, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Dale Lewis over Beauregarde, Maddog Mayne over Robert Duranton. Sam Steamboat over Wild Bill Dromo. Curtis Iaukea over Don Muraco. In a 8-man tag match Curtis Iaukea, Maddog Mayne, Ripper Collins, and Dale Lewis over the team of Billy Robinson,Verne Gagne, Cowboy Lane, and Don Muraco.
February 24, 1971- Honolulu International Center: The Vachon Brothers over Verne Gagne and Billy Robinson. Dale Lewis drew Don Muraco. Ripper Collins over Beauregarde. Maddog Mayne over Frankie Lane to win the Hawaiian Championship. Sam Steamboat defeated Curtis Iaukea to win the North American title.
February 27, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Beauregarde drew Masa Fujiwara. Curtis Iaukea over Don Muraco. Verne Gagne over Dale Lewis. Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins defeated Billy Robinson and Frankie Lane to win the Hawaiian tag team championship.
March 6, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Dale Lewis and Cowboy Lane over Beauregarde. Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins drew Verne Gagne and Don Muraco. Billy Robinson over Curtis Iaukea in a Pier 9 Brawl.
March 13, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Frankie Lane and Don Muraco over Ripper Collins and Dale Lewis. Curtis Iaukea over Bobby Shane. The Professional and Billy Robinson drew. Maddog Mayne retained his Hawaiian Championship by going to a draw with Mil Mascaras. Verne Gagne retained his AWA title by defeating Maddog Vachon.
March 24, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Bearcat Wright over Dale Lewis, Frankie Lane over The Professional, Rocky Montero and Don Muraco drew. Vivian Vachon over Betty Niccoli. Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins battled to a draw with Ray Stevens and Peter Maivia. Sam Steamboat defeated Curtis Iaukea in a Sicilian Stretcher Match where the loser leaves town.
March 27, 1971- Civic Auditorium: The Professional and Don Muraco drew as did Billy Robinson and Sam Steamboat. Vivian Vachon and Bearcat Wright over Ripper Collins and Betty Niccoli. Maddog Mayne over Frankie Lane.
April 3, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat drew Ripper Collins, Rocky Montero over Beauregarde. The Masked Avenger over Masa Fujiwara. Bearcat Wright over The Professional. Don Muraco defeated Maddog Mayne via a disqualification.
April 10, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Maddog Mayne over Beauregarde, Masked Avenger and Badboy Shields drew. Ripper Collins drew Don Muraco as did Bearcat Wright and Rocky Montero. Bearcat Wright won the Pier 9 Brawl Battle Royal.
April 17, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Badboy Shields, Masked Avenger over Jackie Carson and Masa Fujiwara over Beauregarde. Neff Maiava over Maddog Mayne in a “Lights Out” match. Bearcat Wright, Sam Steamboat, and Don Muraco over The Professional, Rocky Montero, and Badboy Shields.
April 28, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Bearcat Wright over Badboy Shields. Chief Little Bear over Bill White. Masked Avenger over The Professional and Rocky Montero drew Don Muraco. Ripper Collins and Maddog Mayne over Ray Stevens and Peter Maivia to retain their Hawaiian Tag Team Championship via a disqualification. Gene Kiniski defeated Sam Steamboat to win the North American Championship.
May 1, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Rocky Montero, Masked Avenger drew Bill Steel, The Professional drew Don Muraco. Bearcat Wright and Neff Maiava over Ripper Collins and Maddog Mayne.
May 8, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat drew Bill Steel, Bearcat Wright over Mac MacFarland. Maddog Mayne and Rocky Montero over Billy Francis and Don Muraco. The Main event between Ripper Collins and Masked Avenger ended in a no-contest.
May 19, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Bill Steel over Don Muraco, Peter Maivia drew The Masked Gladiator, Masked Avenger and Rocky Montero fought to a draw. Sam Steamboat and Little Bear over Pat Patterson and Ripper Collins. Haystacks Calhoun over Maddog Mayne via a disqualification allowing Mayne to retain his Hawaiian Championship. Gene Kiniski defeated Bearcat Wright to retain the North American title.
May 22, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Masked Avenger defeated Nicolai Volkoff. Bearcat Wright over Joe Turco and Sam Steamboat over Angelo Mosca. Don Muraco and Billy Francis over the team of The Masked Gladiator and Rocky Montero. Haystacks Calhoun won the Texas Battle Royal.
May 29, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Billy Francis over Angelo Mosca, The Masked Gladiator and Masked Avenger drew. Sam Steamboat over The Skull, Don Muraco and Rocky Montero battled to a draw. Haystacks Calhoun and Bearcat Wright over Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins via disqualification.
June 5, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Bearcat Wright and Don Muraco over Rocky Montero and The Masked Gladiator. Billy Robinson over The Skull. Maddog Mayne drew Sam Steamboat. Masked Avenger and Ripper Collins went to a draw. After the match, Collins and Maddog Mayne unmasked The Masked Avenger, who turned out to be Hahn Lee.
June 16, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Lord Little Brook and Cowboy Lang over Little Bruiser and The Mighty Atom. Billy Robinson drew The Masked Gladiator, The Skull defeated Don Muraco. Sam Steamboat over Hahn Lee and Tony Borne drew Rocky Montero. Suni War Cloud and Little Bear defeated Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian Tag Team titles. Bearcat Wright over Gene Kiniski in a Sicilian Stretcher Match.
June 19, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Rocky Montero drew Hahn Lee, The Masked Gladiator over Beauregarde, Cowboy Lang over The Mighty Atom. Sam Steamboat, Bearcat Wright, and Lord Little Brook over Maddog Mayne, Ripper Collins, and Little Bruiser.
June 22, 1971- Maui: Hahn Lee over The Skull, Ripper Collins battled to a draw with Sam Steamboat. Maddog Mayne over Tony Borne. Lord Little Brook and Cowboy Lang over Little Bruiser and The Mighty Atom.
June 30, 1971- Honolulu International Center: The Masked Gladiator over Tony Borne, Pancho Lopez over The Skull, Hahn Lee drew Rocky Montero, Ripper Collins and Maddog Mayne reclaimed the Hawaiian Tag Team title by defeating the team of Suni War Cloud and Steven Little Wolf. Gene Kiniski defeated Sam Steamboat to retain his North American title. Bearcat Wright defeated The Sheik via a disqualification when Gene Kiniski came to The Sheik's aid.
July 7, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee over The Skull and Pancho Lopez and Ripper Collins battled to a draw. Sam Steamboat and Neff Maiava over Rocky Montero and The Masked Gladiator. Maddog Mayne defeated Bearcat Wright to retain his Hawaiian Championship.
July 14, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Hahn Lee to retain The Skull drew. Cowboy Bill Watts and Rocky Montero drew. Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins over Neff Maiava and Pancho Lopez. Sam Steamboat over Bob Sweetan, Danny Hoge defeated The Masked Gladiator. The match between Bearcat Wright and Pedro Morales vs. The Sheik and Gene Kiniski ended in a no-contest.
July 21, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Rocky Montero and The Masked Gladiator over Danny Hoge and Hahn Lee. Pancho Lopez over Bulldog Brown. Lord Blears over The Skull. Bearcat Wright and Sam Steamboat over Ripper Collins and Maddog Mayne to win the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship in a steel cage match.
July 28, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Bearcat Wright over The Masked Gladiator, Ripper Collins over Beauregarde. Sam Steamboat, Pancho Lopez, and Hahn Lee over Bulldog Brown, Maddog Mayne, and Rocky Montero.
August 4, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Hahn Lee and Jerry Monti drew, Dino Lanza over Bulldog Brown, Sam Steamboat over Johnny Kace, Rocky Montero over Chuck Karbo and Masa Fujiwara defeated Pancho Lopez. Maddog Mayne over Ripper Collins in a grudge match. The Sheik and Gene Kiniski defeated Bearcat Wright and Pedro Morales in a Lumberjack tag match.
August 11, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Dino Lanza over Chris Markoff, Rocky Montero and Pancho Lopez battled to a draw and Maddog Mayne over Jerry Monti. Sam Steamboat and Hahn Lee drew the team of Masa Fujiwara and Rick Rinaldo. Eddie Morrow won the Texas Battle Royal.
August 18, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Chris Markoff and Pancho Lopez drew, Rick Rinaldo over Jerry Monti and Eddie Morrow over Masa Fujiwara. In a 8 man tag team match, Man Mountain Mike, Dino Lanza, Sam Steamboat, and Hahn Lee defeated the team of Maddog Mayne, Rick Rinaldo, Rocky Montero, and Chris Markoff.
August 25, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Masa Fujiwara drew Hahn Lee, Dino Lanza and Man Mountain Mike drew Rick Rinaldo and Rocky Montero. Sam Steamboat over Chris Markoff. Eddie Morrow over Gene Kiniski to win the North American title. The Sheik defeated Bearcat Wright in a African Death Match. Maddog Mayne over Ripper Collins in a loser leave town match.
September 1, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Eddie Morrow over Pancho Lopez, Hahn Lee drew Rocky Montero. Bearcat Wright and Sam Steamboat over Rick Rinaldo and Masa Fujiwara. Maddog Mayne over Dino Lanza.
September 8, 1971-Honolulu International Center: Curtis Iaukea and Masa Fujiwara over Dino Lanza and Hahn Lee. Sam Steamboat over Spoiler #2 and Rick Rinaldo over Pancho Lopez. The Sheik defeated Steve Little Bear. Gene Kiniski over Eddie Morrow to win the North American title. Bearcat Wright over Maddog Mayne in the loser gets painted black or white in the ring. As a result of Bearcat's victory, he painted Maddog Mayne black head to toe.
September 11, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Dino Lanza, Eddie Morrow over Spoiler #2 and Rick Rinaldo and Rocky Montero over Pancho Lopez and Hahn Lee. Bearcat Wright and Sam Steamboat retained their Hawaiian tag titles by defeating Masa Fujiwara and Maddog Mayne.
September 18, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Eddie Morrow over Rick Rinaldo, Dino Lanza over Rocky Montero. Curtis Iaukea and Bull Ramos over Sam Steamboat and Hahn Lee. Bearcat Wright over Maddog Mayne in a Pier 9 Brawl match.
September 20, 1971- Maui: Bearcat Wright and Eddie Morrow over Curtis Iaukea and Fidel Castro via a disqualification. Hahn Lee over Rocky Montero. Sam Steamboat over Rick Rinaldo, Hahn Lee over Rocky Montero. Bearcat Wright won the Blind Man's Texas Battle Royal.
September 21, 1971- Hilo: Hahn Lee over Rick Rinaldo, Eddie Morrow over Rocky Montero. Maddog Mayne over Dino Lanza. Curtis Iaukea and Fidel Castro over Bearcat Wright and Sam Steamboat. In the main event, Sam Steamboat won the Blind Man's Texas Battle Royal.
September 29, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Bearcat Wright and Sandy Parker over Masa Fujiwara and Toni Rose. Dino Lanza over Fidel Castro, Eddie Morrow over Rocky Montero. Hahn Lee over Rick Rinaldo. Sam Steamboat defeated Gene Kiniski to win the North American title. The Sheik and Peter Maivia drew. The main event between Curtis Iaukea and Maddog Mayne ended in a no-contest.
October 2, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Rick Rinaldo, Masa Fujiwara drew Hahn Lee. Curtis Iaukea and Fidel Castro over Dino Lanza and Eddie Morrow. Maddog Mayne retained his Hawaiian title by going to a draw with Ed Francis.
October 9, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Curtis Iaukea over Eddie Morrow, Jack Pesek over Masa Fujiwara while Hahn Lee and Fidel Castro battled to a draw. Maddog Mayne and Sweet Daddy Siki defeated Bearcat Wright and Sam Steamboat to win the Hawaiian Tag Team titles.
October 16, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Eddie Morrow over Jack Pesek. Sweet Daddy Siki over Hahn Lee. Bearcat Wright and Hahn Lee over Fidel Castro and Masa Fujiwara. Curtis Iaukea over Maddog Mayne in a chain match.
October 27, 1971-Honolulu International Center: Bearcat Wright over Iron Mike Loron, Eddie Morrow over Fidel Castro and Hahn Lee went to a draw with Jack Pesek. The Sheik and Gene Kiniski over Curtis Iaukea and Peter Maivia. Ed Francis defeated Maddog Mayne to win the Hawaiian Championship. Sweet Daddy Siki defeated Sam Steamboat to win the North American title.
October 30, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Fidel Castro. Eddie Morrow over Masa Fujiwara, and Hahn Lee went to a draw with Jack Pesek. Maddog Mayne and Sweet Daddy Siki over Curtis Iaukea and Ed Francis to retain the Hawaiian Tag Team titles.
November 6, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Maddog Mayne over Eddie Morrow, Curtis Iaukea over Jack Pesek, Duncan MacTavish over Masa Fujiwara, and Hahn Lee went to a draw with Fidel Castro. Sweet Daddy Siki retained his North American title by going to a draw with Sam Steamboat.
November 13, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Hahn Lee over Jack Pesek and Eddie Morrow drew Fidel Castro. Jimmy Snuka over Masa Fujiwara. Maddog Mayne, Sweet Daddy Siki, and Fidel Castro over Curtis Iaukea, Sam Steamboat, and Duncan MacTavish.
November 16, 1971- Maui: Jack Pesek and Joe Scarpella drew, Duncan MacTavish over Hahn Lee. Sam Steamboat over Fidel Castro. Jimmy Snuka over Masa Fujiwara. Maddog Mayne and Sweet Daddy Siki retained their Hawaiian Tag Team titles by defeating Jimmy Snuka and Eddie Morrow.
November 24, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat drew Maddog Mayne, Gene Kiniski also went to a draw with Peter Maivia. Jimmy Snuka drew with The Masked Destroyer. Duncan MacTavish and Hahn Lee over Fidel Castro and Harry Fujiwara. Susan Green and Sandy Parker defeated Donna Christianello and Toni Rose to win the Women's World Tag Team titles. Ed Francis over Sweet Daddy Siki.
November 27, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Duncan MacTavish over Fidel Castro, Hahn Lee drew The Masked Destroyer. Sweet Daddy Siki and Maddog Mayne over Jimmy Snuka and Sam Steamboat to retain their Hawaiian Tag titles. Toni Rose and Donna Christianello recaptured the Women's World Tag Team titles by defeating Sandy Parker and Susan Green.
December 8, 1971- Honolulu International Center: Tosh Togo drew Duncan MacTavish, Professor Tanaka over Hahn Lee. Peter Maivia defeated Bob Ramsted. Ed Francis drew with Maddog Mayne to retain the Hawaiian title. Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over Bob Ramsted and Professor Tanaka who subbed for Gene Kiniski and Wild Bill Savage. Johnny Barend over Sweet Daddy Siki.
December 18, 1971- Civic Auditorium: Sweet Daddy Siki and Maddog Mayne over Don Muraco and Duncan MacTavish. Jimmy Snuka over The Mighty Brutus, Tosh Togo and Bob Ramsted drew, and Sam Steamboat and Professor Tanaka drew. Jimmy Snuka won the Texas Battle Royal.
1972
January 1, 1972- Civic Auditorium: The Mighty Brutus drew with Pat O'Brien, Sweet Daddy Siki over Hahn Lee, Maddog Mayne drew with Jimmy Snuka. Johnny Barend and Don Muraco over the team of Jack Bence and Maddog Vachon. Sam Steamboat over The Masked Hangman.
January 12, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Jack Bence drew with Pat O'Brien, Tosh Togo drew with The Mighty Brutus. Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over the team of Mike Webster and Jack Bence. Maddog Mayne drew with La Pantera Negra. Ed Francis over Maddog Vachon to retain his Hawaiian title. Sweet Daddy Siki defeated Johnny Barend.
January 15, 1972- Civic Auditorium: Tosh Togo over Jack Bence, Pat O'Brien over The Mighty Brutus. Johnny Barend, Sam Steamboat, and Jimmy Snuka over Sweet Daddy Siki, Maddog Vachon, and Maddog Mayne in a 6 man tag match.
January 26, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis drew with The Mighty Brutus, Sam Steamboat over Jack Bence. Tosh Togo and Dingo The Sundowner drew. Pat O'Brien over The Russian Wolfman. Johnny Barend and Jimmy Snuka over the team of Maddog Vachon and Maddog Mayne. Dory Funk Jr. defeated Sweet Daddy Siki to retain his NWA World Championship.
January 29, 1972- Civic Auditorium: Sweet Daddy Siki over Pat O'Brien, Ed Francis over Maddog Vachon. Johnny Barend and Jimmy Snuka over Mighty Brutus and Jack Bence. Sam Steamboat drew with Maddog Mayne.
February 5, 1972- Civic Auditorium: Pat O'Brien and The Stomper drew, The Mighty Brutus downed Chuck Richards and Hahn Lee over the Russian Wolfman. Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over Jack Bence and Maddog Mayne. Johnny Barend and Sweet Daddy Siki battled to a draw in their Pier 9 Brawl wrestling boxing match.
February 16, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat over The Stomper, Jack Bence over Chuck Richards and Hahn Lee and Pat O'Brien battled to a draw. Gene Kiniski defeated Ed Francis to win the Hawaiian Championship. Maddog Mayne over Maddog Vachon. Johnny Barend and Bobo Brazil drew with the team of The Sheik and Sweet Daddy Siki.
February 19, 1972- Civic Auditorium: Sam Steamboat over Jack Bence, Mighty Brutus over Pat O'Brien, Johnny Barend over Chuck Richards. Jimmy Snuka over Maddog Vachon. Ed Francis ann Billy Francis over Sweet Daddy Siki and Maddog Mayne via a disqualification.
February 26, 1972- Civic Auditorium: Mighty Brutus over Jackie Carlson. Billy Graham over Pat O'Brien. Sam Steamboat and Maddog Mayne drew, Jimmy Snuka over Chuck Richards. In a 10 man tag team match, Maddog Mayne, Jack Bence, Billy Graham, Mighty Brutus, and Chuck Richards defeated the team of Johnny Barend, Jimmy Snuka, Sam Steamboat, Jackie Carlson, and Pat O'Brien.
March 8, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over the team of The Mighty Brutus and Jack Bence, Billy Graham over Jackie Carlson, Sweet Daddy Siki over Curtis Iaukea, and Maddog Mayne and Ripper Collins battled to a draw. Gene Kiniski over Ed Francis to retain his Hawaiian title. In a NWA World title match, Johnny Barend and Dory Funk were disqualified for fighting outside the ring, thus Funk retained his title.
March 11, 1972- Civic Auditorium: Jimmy Snuka over Billy Graham via a disqualification. The Mighty Brutus over Jackie Carlson and Jack Bence over Pat O'Brien. Johnny Barend and Sam Steamboat won the Hawaiian Tag Team championship from Maddog Mayne and Sweet Daddy Siki in a steel cage. This was the last wrestling card held at the Civic Auditorium before it was demolished.
March 22, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Bulldog Brower over Pat O'Brien. Jimmy Snuka and Manual Soto over the team of Billy Graham and Sputnick Monrow. Maddog Mayne and Ed Francis drew as did Corsica Joe and The Mighty Brutus. Gene Kiniski defeated Sam Steamboat to retain his Hawaiian title. In a loser leave town match for the North American title, Johnny Barend defeated Sweet Daddy Siki.
April 12, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis over Mike Conrad, Jimmy Snuka over Bulldog Brower, Tosh Togo over Maddog Mayne via a disqualification. Freddie Blassie and Gene Kiniski over the team of Fred Curry and Sam Steamboat. The Sheik over Bobo Brazil. Johnny Barend over Terry Funk to retain his North American title.
May 3, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Gene Kiniski drew with Billy Robinson to retain his Hawaiian title. Curtis Iaukea and Jimmy Snuka drew. Sam Steamboat over Tosh Togo, Fred Blassie and Ed Francis battle to a draw. Little Bruiser, Bobo Brazil, and Cowboy Lang over Little Bruiser, Little Crusher in a midget match. The Sheik defeated Bobo Brazil.
June 14, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis and Kenji Matsuoka over Mr. Wrestling and King Crow. Jimmy Snuka and The Masked Executioner drew, Bobo Brazil over Buck Robley. Gene Kiniski over Kenji Matsuoka who replaced Giant Baba who was unable to wrestle. Freddie Blassie defeated Sam Steamboat in a lights out match. The match between Wild Fred Curry and The Sheik ended in a draw.
July 12, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over the team of Mr. X and The Masked Executioner. Wild Bill Curry over Sandor Kovacs, Ed Francis over Stan Kowalski, Dory Funk Sr. over Kenji Matsuoka. Fred Curry over The Sheik via a disqualification. Johnny Barend over Freddie Blassie.
July 26, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis over Big Bill Miller, and The Masked Executioner battled to a draw with Rene Goulet, Al Costello and Kenji Matsuoka wrestled to a draw. Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka defeated Baron Scicluna and Gypsy Joe. The father and son team of The Currys defeated The Sheik and his manager Farouk. Johnny Barend retained his North American title by defeating Freddie Blassie.
August 2, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over the team of The Masked Executioner and Kenji Matsuoka, and Ed Francis defeated Baron Scicluna. Flying Fred Curry defeated Gene Kiniski to become the Hawaiian Champion. Haystacks Calhoun and Johnny Barend over The Sheik and Freddie Blassie via a disqualification.
August 30, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Sam Steamboat over Al Costello, Maddog Mayne over Jimmy Snuka, Ed Francis and Freddie Blassie battled to a draw. In a midgets match, The Tahiti Kid and Farmer Jerome over the team of Sky Low Low and Little Brutus. Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens retained their AWA World Tag Team title by defeating the team of Wild Fred Curry and Wahoo McDaniels. Dory Funk Jr. and Johnny Barend battled to a draw in their World title match, thus allowing Funk to retain his NWA title.
September 20, 1972- Sam Steamboat over Mr. X, Jimmy Snuka over Ray Kamaka and Fred Curry over John Quinn to retain his Hawaiian title. The Sheik and Giant Baba ended in a double disqualification. Ed Francis over Freddie Blassie in a steel cage match. Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel retained their AWA tag team titles when their match with Pedro Morales and Wahoo McDaniels ended when both teams were disqualified.
October 11, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis and John Quinn battled to a draw. Sam Steamboat over Beto Castro. Fred Curry retained his Hawaiian Championship by defeating Freddie Blassie via a disqualification. Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel retained their AWA tag team titles over Bearcat Wright and Bobo Brazil via a disqualification. The Sheik was crowned the new North American Champion when Johnny Barend was unable to appear due to an injury and then The Sheik retained his title by defeating Antonio Rocco.
October 21, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Billy Robinson over Ivan Koloff, The Sheik over Fred Curry to win the Hawaiian title. In a midget match, Bobo Johnson and Cowboy Lang over Wee Willie Wilson and Little Tojo.
November 15, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Maddog Mayne over Jackie Carson while Tony Borne and Ray Glenn drew. Giant Baba over Bulldog Brown. Dusty Rhodes defeated Sam Steamboat to become the North American Champion. Ed Francis and Billy Robinson over Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens to win the AWA World's tag team championship.
November 29, 1972- Honolulu International Center: The Destroyer over Dory Dixon, Tosh Togo and Jackie Carson drew. Sam Steamboat over John Foley and Ray Glenn over Beto Castro. Billy Robinson and Ed Francis over Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel via a disqualification in a AWA World tag team championship match.
December 13, 1972- Honolulu International Center: Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens defeated Don Muraco and Red Bastein, Billy Robinson over Jackie Carson, Ed Francis over Don Sueno. Spiros “The Greek” Arion over Dennis Stamp and Tosh Togo and Bad Boy Bolinski were both disquaified in their match. Sam Steamboat and Dusty Rhodes battled to a draw in their North American title match, thus Rhodes retained his title. Verne Gagne retained his AWA World title by defeating Curtis Iaukea. Don Muraco won the Texas Battle Royal.
1973
January 17, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ripper Collins topped Ric Drasin, Sam Steamboat and Tony Borne drew, Lord Blears over Freddie Blassie, in a ladies match Jackie defeated Sharon. Dusty Rhodes over Don Muraco to retain his North American title. Dory Funk Jr. retained his World's Championship by going to a draw with Billy Robinson. Ed Francis over The Sheik.
February 7, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis defeated Lord Nelson and Jimmy Snuka won over Castro, Sam Steamboat and Bulldog Brown battled to a draw. Ken Patera over Tapia and Harley Race was disqualified in his bout with Paul Jones. Ripper Collins and Neff Maiava battled to a draw when both wrestlers were disqualified after winning a fall. Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdock won the tag team match over Don Muraco and Billy Robinson.
March 7, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Jimmy Snuka ove Ripper Collins. Ken Patera over Tony Borne. Ed Francis defeated Haru Sasaki and Sam Steamboat went to a draw with the Masked Executioner. Billy Robinson and Don Muraco over Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdock. The Sheik defeated Dory Funk Jr. when Funk was counted out of the ring, however, Funk retained his World title.
April 4, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Jimmy Snuka over Haru the Great while Sam Steamboat downed Jose Quintero. Ripper Collins over Ed Francis via a disqualification however, Francis kept his Hawaiian title since the title cannot change hands on a disqualification. Cowboy Lang and Pete beat Billy the Kid and The Rebel in a midget tag team match. Dusty Rhodes retained his North American title by defeating Ken Patera. Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel retained their World Tag team title by defeating the team of Billy Robinson and Don Muraco.
April 18, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis and Sam Steamboat battled to a draw as did Ray Stevens and Don Muraco. In a women's match Sandy Parker won over Bambi Bail. Jimmy Snuka over Tony Borne and Neff Maiava defeated Wild Bill Howard. Ken Patera over Dusty Rhodes. Wahoo McDaniel over Superstar Billy Graham via a count out.
May 16, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis over Bob Ramsted and Neff Maiava over The Masked Man. Sam Steamboat and Jimmy Snuka over the team of Lars Anderson and Mad Dog Vachon. Dusty Rhodes retained his North American championship when Billy Robinson was disqualified. Ivan Koloff battled to a draw with Ken Patera. Wahoo McDaniel defeated Superstar Billy Graham in an Indian Death Match.
June 6, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Neff Maiava over Frankie Castro, and Jimmy Snuka battled to a draw with Tony Borne. In a tag team match Billy Graham and Ivan Koloff defeated Don Carson and Ken Patera. Billy Robinson took two straight falls from Dusty Rhodes to win the North American Championship. Ed Francis retained his Hawaiian Championship by defeating Sam Steamboat.
June 20, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ken Patera over The Alaskan, and Neff Maiava over Tony Borne. Ripper Collins downed Jimmy Snuka. In midget tag team match Lord Little Brook and The Jamacan Kid over the team of Little Tokyo and Frencie. Billy Robinson retained his North American Championship when both him and Superstar Billy Graham were counted outside the ring. Sam Steamboat over Ed Francis in a “Stretcher Match.”
July 25, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Billy Robinson battled to a draw with Bull Ramos and Hard Boiled Haggerty over Rick Flair. Sam Steamboat and Neff Maiava dethroned Ed Francis and Ripper Collins to win the Hawaiian tag team championship. Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens kept their World tag team championship by defeating the team of Billy Robinson and Ken Patera. Verne Gagne retained his AWA World Championship when Billy Graham was disqualified.
August 25, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ripper Collins and Betty Nicoli over Jean Antone and Paul Jones in a mixed tag team match. Billy Francis over Tony Borne via a disqualification. Sam Steamboat over Hard Boiled Haggerty. Billy Robinson and Ken Patera over Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel via a disqualification in a World tag team championship match, however, Stevens and Bockwinkel retain their titles since the title cannot change hands on a disqualification. Ed Francis and Pedro Morales were both counted out and disqualified for fighting outside the ring in their “Battle of the Sleeper Hold” match.
September 12, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Billy Francis defeated Jack Bence, Tosh “Oddjob” Togo and Neff Maiava defeated Ripper Collins and Tony Borne. Alex Koloff over Cyclone Madrill, Nick Bockwinkel defeated Ken Patera. Ed Francis defeated Sam Steamboat to retain his Hawaiian Championship, The Crusher defeated Superstar Billy Graham.
September 26, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Neff Maiava and Sam Steamboat over Ed Francis and Ripper Collins to retain their Hawaiian Tag Team titles. Oddjob Tosh Togo topped Johnny Powers and Billy Francis went to a draw with Sandor Kovacs. Billy Robinson retained his North American championship by defeating Nick Bockwinkel. Ken Patera and Red Bastien over the team of Superstar Billy Graham and Ivan Koloff.
October 10, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Billy Francis over Betto Castro, Ric Drasin and Tosh Togo went to a draw and Ripper Collins over Al Madrill. Ed Francis over Billy Robinson by disqualification, thus Robinson kept his North American title since title cannot change hands on a disqualification. In the match for the World's tag team championship Neff Maiava and Sam Steamboat defeated champions Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel via a disqualification.
November 28, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Ed Francis and Al Madrill battled to a no contest. Superstar Billy Graham over Ken Patera by disqualification. In a midgets match Bobo Johnson and Billy the Kid defeated the team of Little Bruiser and Little Tokyo. Ripper Collins and Greg Valentine defeated Neff Maiava and Sam Steamboat to win the Hawaiian tag team championship. Billy Robinson defeated Freddie Blassie to retain his North American championship.
December 19, 1973- Honolulu International Center: Barby Doll defeated Sandy Parker in the women's match and Cowboy Lang defeated Little Louie in the midget's match. Ken Patera downed Masa Fujiwara and Billy Francis battled to a draw with Professor Tanaka. The trio of Giant Baba, Sam Steamboat and Neff Maiava downed Gene Kiniski, Ripper Collins, and Greg Valentine. In the main event, Ken Patera won the Texas Battle Royal.
1974
January 9, 1974- Honolulu International Center: Pak Song and Ripper Collins battled to a draw, as did Tosh Togo and Billy Francis. Sam Steamboat defeated Peace Brother No. 1 and Neff Maiava downed Peace Brother No. 2. The World tag team match ended in a draw between the championships Ray Stevens and Nick Bockwinkel vs. Billy Robinson and Red Bastien. Superstar Billy Graham defeated Ed Francis to win the Hawaiian Championship.
February 13, 1974- Honolulu International Center: Neff Maiava and Sam Steamboat over the team of Dale Brown and Peace Brother No. 2 while Billy Francis defeated The Phantom and Ripper Collins defeated Guy Larose. Chris Taylor over Igor Volkov. Superstar Billy Graham retained his Hawaiian Championship by going to a draw with Ed Francis. Billy Robinson defeated Verne Gagne to win the AWA World title.
March 27, 1974- Honolulu International Center: Tosh Togo over Peace Brother No. 1, Neff Maiava over tough Tony Borne, Sam Steamboat over Len Shelly and Ripper Collins and Ed Francis battled to a draw. The Crusher and Ken Patera over Superstar Billy Graham and Larry Heinemi Billy Robinson defeated Verne Gagne in the AWA World title match.
June 19, 1974- Honolulu International Center: Reggie Parks and Mad Dog Griffin drew: Neff Maiava defeated Igor Volkoff, The Destroyer over Betto Castro. In a ladies match, Susan Green defeated Paula Kaye. Gene Kiniski over Dory Funk Jr. and Sam Steamboat over Hoss Hoffman. In the main event, Superstar Billy Graham defeated The Crusher via a disqualification.
July 17, 1974- Honolulu International Center: Neff Maiava over Beppo Castro, Sam Steamboat over Peace Brother No. 1, Ed Francis over The Masked Marvel. In a midget's match Little Tokyo and Sunny Boy Hayes over the team of Cowboy Lang and The Haiti Kid. In the main event, Verne Gagne retained his AWA World Championship by defeating Gene Kiniski.
1977
June 22, 1977- Blaisdell Arena: John Tolos over Eric Frolich, Steve Strong over Rocky Hunter, Giant Baba over Maddog Mayne. Bill and Russ Francis over Gene Kiniski and Duke Savage. Andre the Giant won the Texas Battle Royal. Billy White Wolf won over Tony Borne.
June 29, 1977- Block Arena: Eric Frolich and Sam Steamboat battle to a draw. Rocky Hunter over Tony Borne, Billy White Wolf over Duke Savage. Giant Baba over Gene Kiniski. John Tolos and Steve Strong over Billy and Russ Francis.
July 6, 1977- Block Arena: Duke Savage drew Rocky Hunter, Sam Steamboat over Tony Borne, Billy White Wolf over The Masked Terror. Steve Strong over Nick Kozak. Russ Francis over John Tolos via disqualification.
July 13, 1977- Block Arena: Nick Kozak over Duke Savage, Tosh Togo battled to a draw with Tony Borne. John Tolos over Rocky Hunter. Billy White Wolf and Billy Francis over the team of Steve Strong and Gorilla Lawler to become the Hawaiian Tag Team Champions.
July 20, 1977- Blaisdell Arena: Tosh Togo over Duke Savage, Nick Kozak and Sam Steamboat over Steve Strong and Gorilla Lawler. Rocky Hunter over Tony Borne, John Tolos and Billy Francis battled to a draw. In a midget match Haiti Kid and Hillbilly Pete defeated the team of Billy the Kid and Little John. Nick Bockwinkel retained his AWA World title by defeating Billy White Wolf.
July 27, 1977- Block Arena: John Tolos over Nick Kozak, Hillbilly Pete over Little John, The Haiki Kid and Rocky Hunter over Gorilla Lawler and Billy the Kid. Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura over Billy White Wolf and Sam Steamboat to win the Hawaiian Tag Team Championship.
August 3, 1977- Block Arena: Sam Steamboat over Duke Savage, Billy White Wolf drew Gorilla Lawler. Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura over Nick Kozak and Rocky Hunter. In a grudge match Billy Francis defeated John Tolos with a sleeper hold.
August 10, 1977- Block Arena: Sam Steamboat over Gorilla Lawler, Nick Kozak and Jessie Ventura drew. John Tolos, Steve Strong, and Jessie Ventura defeated Billy Francis, Nick Kozak, and Billy White Wolf in a six man tag match.
August 17, 1977- Block Arena: Gorilla Lawler over Rocky Hunter, Sam Steamboat over Tor Kamaka. Jessie Ventura and John Tolos over Billy White Wolf and Nick Kozak. Billy Francis defeated Steve Strong to win the Hawaiian Championship.
August 24, 1977- Blaisdell Arena: Gorilla Lawler and Duke Savage drew, Rocky Hunter over Tor Kamaka, Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura over Billy Francis and Sam Steamboat. In a womans tag match Winona Little Heart and Vicky Williams over the team of The Fabulous Moolah and Terry Shane. In the main event Billy White Wolf defeated Nick Bockwinkel in a Indian Death match.
August 31, 1977- Block Arena: John Tolos over Rocky Hunter. Nick Kozak over Steve Strong via disqualification. In a mixed tag team match, Billy Francis and Little Heart defeated Gorilla Lawler and Terry Shane. In the main event The Fabulous Moolah retained her World Women title by defeating Vicky Williams.
September 14, 1977- Block Arena: John Tolos over Tosh Togo, Sam Steamboat over Duke Savage. Gorilla Lawler over Berto Castro, and Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura over Billy Francis and Buck Zumoff. Sam Steamboat won the Texas Battle Royal.
September 21, 1977- Block Arena: Buck Zumoff over Gorilla Lawler, Tosh Togo over Duke Savage and Jessie Ventura and Steve Olsenowski drew In a six man tag match Steven Strong, Jessie Ventura, and John Tolos over the team of Sam Steamboat, Bill Francis, and Steve Olsenowski.
September 28, 1977- Blaisdell Arena: Pampero Firpo over Gorilla Lawler, Tosh Togo over Buck Zumoff and Steve Olsenowski battled to a draw with Duke Savage. Sam Steamboat won the North American title from John Tolos. Greg Gagne and Jim Brunzell retained their AWA tag title by defeating the team of Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura. Billy Francis over Nick Bockwinkel via a disqualification. However Bockwinkel retained his AWA title.
October 5, 1977- Block Arena: Tor Kamaka over Buck Zumoff, Sam Steamboat over Steve Olsenowski. John Tolos over Gorilla Lawler. Steven Strong and Jessie Ventura over Pampero Firpo and Billy Francis to retain the Hawaiian tag team titles.
October 12, 1977- Block Arena: Tor Kamaka over Steve Olsenowski, Sam Steamboat drew Bill Francis. Billy White Wolf and Buck Zumoff over Steve Strong and Gorilla Lawler. John Tolos over Jessie Ventura.
October 19, 1977- Block Arena: Pampero Firpo over Killer Christy, John Tolos over Duke Savage. Tor Kamaka drew Billy White Wolf. Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura over Buck Zumoff and Sam Steamboat. Andre the Giant and Buck Zumoff were co-winners of the Texas Battle Royal.
October 21, 1977- Maui: Jessie Venturaover Buck Zumoff, Tor Kamaka drew John Tolos. Andre the Giant, Billy Francis, and Pampero Firpo over Tor Kamaka, Jessie Ventura, and Steve Strong. Andre the Giant won the Texas Battle Royal.
October 26, 1977- Blaisdell Arena: Buck Zumoff over Duke Savage, Billy White Wolf over Killer Christy, and Pampero Firpo over Carl Steinke. Sam Steamboat retained his North American title by defeating Billy Robinson. Tor Kamaka and Billy Francis drew. Andre the Giant and John Tolos defeated the team of Steve Strong and Jessie Ventura.
November 6, 1977- Maui: Buck Zumoff over Killer Christy, Billy Francis and Rocky Tamayo drew. The tag team match between Pampero Firpo- John Tolos vs. Tor Kamaka- Jessie Ventura ended in a draw. Billy White Wolf defeated Steve Strong in a Indian Death Match.
November 9, 1977- Block Arena: Pampero Firpo-John Tolos vs. Steve Strong-Jessie Ventura tag match ended in a draw. Billy Francis over Buck Zumoff, Rocky Tamayo over Billy White Wolf. Little Tokyo and Hillbilly Pete over Cowboy Lane and Little John. Tor Kamaka defeated Sam Steamboat to win the North American title.
November 20, 1977- Maui: Pampero Firpo and Steve Strong drew, Cowboy Lane and Hillbilly Pete over Little Tokyo and Little John. Billy Francis and Billy White Wolf over Tor Kamaka and Rocky Tamayo. John Tolos over Jessie Ventura.
December 18, 1977- Maui: Billy Francis drew Ivan Markoff, Billy White Wolf over Rocky Tamayo. Steve Strong, Jessie Ventura, and Ivan Markoff over the team of Billy Francis, John Tolos, and Don Muraco.
1978
January 1, 1978- Maui: Billy White Wolf over Duke Savage. Steve Strong and Sam Steamboat drew. The John Tolos and Ivan Markoff match ended in a no-contest. Tor Kamaka and Rocky Tamayo defeated Ed and Billy Francis.
January 14, 1978- Hilo: Rick Martell over Bruce Brown, John Tolos over Steve Strong, Rocky Tamayo drew Billy White Wolf. Ed Francis and Sam Steamboat over the team of Tor Kamaka and Ivan Markoff. Rick Martell won the Pole Battle Royal.
January 15, 1978- Maui: Billy White Wolf over Bruce Brown, Tor Kamaka vs. John Tolos ended in a no-contest. Rick Martell and Sam Steamboat over the team of Steve Strong and Ivan Markoff via a disqualification. Billy Francis over Rocky Tamayo. Rick Martell won the Pole Battle Royal.
January 29, 1978- Maui: Rocky Tamayo over Jack Bence, Rick Martell over Bruce Brown, Billy White Wolf and Bill Francis over the team of Steve Strong and Ivan Markoff. Tor Kamaka defeated John Tolos in a Lumberjack match.
March 5, 1978- Maui: Bill Francis and Rocky Tamayo drew, Billy White Wolf over Masked Executioner #2. Bill Francis, Ed Francis, and Rick Martell over Tor Kamaka, Rocky Tamayo, and Steve Strong. John Tolos defeated Ivan Markoff to retain his Hawaiian Championship.
April 2, 1978- Maui: Billy White Wolf drew Rocky Tamayo, Bill & Russ Francis defeated Ivan Markoff and Killer Anson. Rick Martell defeated and Tor Kamaka in a Tornado match.
April 16, 1978- Maui: Billy White Wolf over Buddy Rose, Bill Francis and John Studd drew, Ivan Markoff over Rick Martell. Russ Francis drew Tor Kamaka. Ed Francis defeated Rocky Tamayo in a Pier 9 Brawl.
April 30, 1978- Maui: Bill Francis and Ivan Markoff drew, Billy White Wolf over Rocky Tamayo. Russ Francis over Tor Kamaka, Rick Martell and Billy White Wolf over John Studd and Buddy Rose.
May 14, 1978- Maui: Ivan Markoff over Billy White Wolf, Russ Francis over Tor Kamaka, Vicky Williams over Pepper Lan Bianco. In a mixed tag match, Bill Francis and Joyce Grable over Buddy Rose and Leilani Kai. John Studd defeated Rick Martell for the North American title, however, the title was held up by promoter Ed Francis due to Studd's illegal tactics to win the title.
May 28, 1978- Maui: Joyce Grable over Leilani Kai, George Wells and Vicky Williams over Rocky Tamayo and Pepper Lan Bianco in a mixed tag match.John Tolos drew Ivan Markoff. John Studd and Buddy Rose over Bill and Russ Francis. John Tolos won the Pole Battle Royal.
June 4, 1978- Maui: Don Muraco over Ivan Markoff, Buddy Rose over Mickey Doyle, John Tolos over Rocky Tamayo. In a six man tag match, Andre the Giant, Bill Francis and Don Muraco defeated the team of John Studd, Buddy Rose, and Ivan Markoff.
June 18, 1978- Maui: Mickey Doyle and Ivan Markoff drew, Lord Littlebrook over Little John. John Tolos and Don Muraco over John Studd and Buddy Rose. Bill Francis and Cowboy Lang over Ivan Markoff and Little Tokyo. Ed Francis defeated Ivan Markoff in a Lights Out match when Markoff failed to beat him in 5 minutes or less in a special challenge match.
July 2, 1978- Maui: Ivan Markoff over Mickey Doyle, Bill Francis drew Randy Morse. John Tolos and Sam Steamboat over Tor Kamaka and Fuji Fujiwara. Don Muraco over John Studd.
July 16, 1978- Maui: Steve Strong over Randy Morse, Ivan Markoff and Fuji Fujiwara over the team of Mickey Doyle and Bill Francis. John Tolos vs Tor Kamaka ended in a no-contest. Don Muraco defeated John Studd on a disqualification, however, Studd retained his North American Championship.
July 30, 1978- Maui: Bill Francis over Ivan Markoff, Steve Strong and Don Muraco over John Studd and Randy Morse. Tor Kamaka over John Tolos in a Lumberjack match. Mr. Fuji over Mickey Doyle.
August 2, 1978- Honolulu Blaisdell Arena: Sam Steamboat over Randy Morse, John Studd over Don Muraco, Kurt von Steiger over Mickey Doyle. The Missing Link over Ivan Markoff. John Tolos and Steve Strong retained their Hawaiian tag titles by going to a draw with the team of Mr. Fuji and Karl von Steiger. Tony Rocco retained his World Light Heavyweight title by defeating Armando Guerrero . Nick Bockwinkel retained his AWA World title by defeating Tor Kamaka.
August 20, 1978- Maui: John Tolos over Randy Morse, Steve Strong over John Studd in a steel glove pole match. Karl von Steiger and Mr. Fuji over the team of Bill Francis and Don Muraco. The Missing Link over Tor Kamaka via a disqualification.
August 23, 1978- Honolulu Blaisdell Arena: John Tolos, Steve Strong, and Mike Cunninghamover Mr. Fuji , Karl von Steiger, and Professor Tanaka in a 6 man tag match. Peter Maivia over Randy Morse. Don Muraco and Tor Kamaka drew. Andre the Giant pinned Nick Bockwinkel to win the AWA World title but the title was held up when TV footage showed Andre had his foot on the ropes when he pinned Bockwinkel.
September 3, 1978- Maui: Don Muraco drew Duke Savage, The Missing Link over Tor Kamaka. Steve Strong and John Tolos over Mr. Fuji and Karl von Steiger. Bill Francis over John Studd via disqualification.
September 20, 1978- Honolulu Blaisdell Arena: Bill Francis drew Sam Steamboat, The Missing Link drew John Studd, Larry Sharpe over John Tolos. Steve Strong defeated Randy Alls. Jim Brunzell and Greg Gagne defeated Mr. Fuji and Karl von Steiger to retain their AWA World tag titles. Don Muraco defeated Tor Kamaka for the Hawaiian Championship in a steel cage, loser leaves town match.
September 24, 1978- Maui: Billy White Wolf over Randy Alls, Steve Strong drew John Studd. Bobo Johnson and Bill Francis over Little John and Karl von Steiger. Don Muraco over Tor Kamaka.
October 11, 1978- Honolulu Bloch Arena: Tama Samoa over Randy Alls, Sam Steamboat over Larry Sharpe. Karl von Steiger over Steve Strong. Mr. Fuji , Karl von Steiger, Randy Alls, and Larry Sharpe over Tama Samoa, Don Muraco, Bill Francis, and Sam Steamboat in a 8 man tag match.
October 18, 1978- Honolulu Blaisdell Arena: Tama Samoa over Randy Alls, The Missing Link over Whipper Watson Jr., Ripper Collins over Bill Francis. Larry Sharpe over Steve Strong. over The McGuire Twins over Mr. Fuji and Karl von Steiger. Nick Bockwinkel defeated Don Muraco to retain his AWA World title.
October 25, 1978- Honolulu Bloch Arena: The Missing Link over Randy Alls, Tama Samoa over Ripper Collins, Steve Strong over Whipper Watson Jr., Bill Francis drew Karl von Steiger. The McGuire Twins and Don Muraco over Mr. Fuji , Karl von Steiger, and Larry Sharpe.
November 5, 1978- Maui: Steve Strong drew Mr. Fuji , Karl von Steiger over Randy Alls. Bill Francis and Tama Samoa battled to a draw with Ripper Collins and Whipper Watson Jr.. Don Muraco retained his Pacific International title by defeating Larry Sharpe.
November 22, 1978- Honolulu Blaisdell Arena: Tama Samoa over Duke Savage, Ripper Collins over Steve Strong. Almondo Guerrero defeated Larry Sharpe to win the Hawaiian Championship. Rick Martell and Don Muraco over Mr. Fuji and Karl von Steiger. Tama Samoa won the Texas Pole Battle Royal.
December 3, 1978- Maui: Bill Francis drew with Larry Sharpe, Steve Strong over Karl von Steiger, Tama Samoa and Almondo Guerrero over Ripper Collins and Whipper Watson Jr.. Don Muraco retained his Pacific International title by defeating Mr. Fuji .
December 17, 1978- Maui: Bill Francis and Steve Strong over Larry Sharpe and Karl von Steiger. Tama Samoa over Whipper Watson Jr., Almondo Guerrero over Ripper Collins. Don Muraco over Mr. Fuji in a "Anything Goes" match.
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