Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 5, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Nick Kozak b. Duke Keomuka
(2/3) … Texas Women’s Champion Lorraine Johnson b. Barbara Baker (Baker suffered
an injured neck) … Jay Cox b. Low Sky Rusty … Enrique Guzman b. Ray Collins (Collins
was a substitute for Billy Strong) … Tosh Togo b. Pancho Lopez … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 12, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor b. Nick Kozak
(2/3) … Enrique Guzman and Man Mountain Managoff b. Duke Keomuka and Tosh Togo
(reverse decision) … Barbara Baker b. Mae Young (before the match, Baker married
wrestler Roy Collins with Judge W.E. Richburg performing the rites) … Frenchy Valois b.
Scotty Andrews … Joe Christie and Guy LaRose drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) …
(referees:  Roy Collins, Marvin Jones)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 19, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Man Mountain Managoff b. Frenchy Valois (2/3) … Duke
Keomuka failed to beat Marvin Jones three times in 20:00 and forfeited the bout
(Keomuka had won only once) … Rip Hawk (local debut) and Nick Kozak drew … Adnan
Kaisy b. Joe Christie … Guy LaRose b. Enrique Guzman … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
… (referee:  Otto Kuss)
Note:  The January 17, 1960 edition of the Dallas Morning News reported that “Adnan
Kaisy of Iraq, who recently turned pro after winning several AAU wrestling titles, also will
make his first start here.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 26, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Adnon Kaisy b. Texas State Heavyweight Champion Man
Mountain Managoff (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (title did not change hands) … Nick Kozak b.
Joe Christie (DQ) … Guy LaRose b. Frenchy Valois … Duke Keomuka b. Leo Garibaldi
… Joe Pizza b. Enrique Guzman … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Notes:  The January 26, 1960 edition of the Dallas Morning News reported “a young
Arab, Adnon Kaisy, who began wrestling at the age of 12, will at the age of 24 attempt to
continue his winning streak Tuesday night at the Sportatorium.” Managoff had defeated
Nick Kozak for the Texas State Title.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 2, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Man Mountain Managoff b.
Nick Kozak (2/3) … Marvin Jones and Duke Keomuka drew (the winner was to paint the
loser with yellow paint) … Adnon Kaisy b. Joe Christie (DQ) … Leo Garibaldi b. Guy
LaRose … Maurice Vachon b. Cyclone Anaya … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  McLemore’s 21st anniversary program.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 9, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Marvin Jones b. Tosh Togo (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (Togo was a
substitute for Duke Keomuka) (Jones had been scheduled to wrestle Keomuka in a
“loser painted yellow” grudge match with the “automatic loss of a fall when a grappler
goes outside the ring under his own power”) … Man Mountain Managoff and Maurice
Vachon wrestled to a double disqualification … Joe Christie b. Leo Garibaldi … Jose
Chico b. Joe Pizza … Cyclone Anaya and Adnon Kaisy drew … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore) … (referee:  Roy Carter)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 16, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Man Mountain Managoff b. Maurice Vachon (because he lost,
Vachon had to take on the “world’s largest wrestling bear” next week) … Joe Christie b.
Nick Kozak (2/3) (“loser leaves town”) (Kozak had to leave Dallas for “at least six
months”) … The Lady Angel b. Pat Lydia … Cyclone Anaya and Hogan Wharton drew …
Tiny Smith b. Charro Azteca … Adnon Kaisy b. Jose Chico … (Kaisy was a substitute for
Duke Keomuka) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 23, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Man Mountain Managoff b.
Duke Keomuka (2/3) (if he lost, Managoff would have dropped his title and been forced
to have his beard shaved off) … Terrible Ted the Bear b. Maurice Vachon (DQ) (Vachon
hit the referee) … Tiny Smith b. Joe Christie (reverse decision) (Christie received some
outside help from Maurice Vachon) … Cyclone Anaya and Jose Chico drew … Adnon
Kaisy b. Jean Dubois … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Roy Carter)
Note:  Terrible Ted was billed as a “700-pound bear.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 1, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Pepper Gomez b. Joe Christie (2/3) … Man Mountain Managoff b.
Dick Raines … Hogan Wharton b. Maurice Vachon … Adnan Kaisy and Duke Keomuka
drew … Cyclone Anaya b. Jose Chico … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 8, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Man Mountain Managoff and Tiny Smith b. Joe Christie and
Maurice Vachon (2/3) (third fall by countout) … Leo Garibaldi b. Dick Raines (DQ)
(Raines “inadvertently” tossed his opponent over the top rope) … Adnan Kaisy and
Danny McShain drew … Hogan Wharton b. Joe Pizza … Guy LaRose b. Joe Pizza …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 15, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor b. Pepper
Gomez (2/3) … Joe Christie and Man Mountain Managoff wrestled to a double countout
… Danny McShain b. Leo Garibaldi … Billy Parks and Maurice Vachon drew … Adnan
Kaisy b. Guy LaRose (Kaisy was a substitute for Joe Pizza) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
… (referee:  Marvin Jones)
Note:  The Dallas Morning News reported that “[Pepper] Gomez made a stronger
showing than any other previous challenger in the match before an airplane spin
backfired on him in the deciding fall.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 22, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Joe Christie and Maurice Vachon b. Pepper Gomez and Danny
McShain (2/3) (Frenchy Valois helped Christie and Vachon win the third fall) (Gomez had
to wrestle the third fall by himself due to an injury to his opponent) … Torbellino Blanco
b. Frenchy Valois (after the match, Valois, Christie and Vachon attacked Blanco) … Man
Mountain Managoff b. Billy Parks … Guy LaRose b. El Gordo … Leo Garibaldi b. P.Y.
Chong … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 29, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Torbellino Blanco, Pepper Gomez and Danny McShain b. Joe
Christie, Maurice Vachon and Frenchy Valois (2/3) (third fall by DQ) … Man Mountain
Managoff b. Adnon Kaisy … P.Y. Chong b. El Gordo … Billy Parks b. Guy LaRose …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 5, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Joe Christie b. Torbellino Blanco (2/3) (third fall by countout)
(Blanco ended up fighting with his second, Danny McShain) … Bull Curry b. Maurice
Vachon (2/3) … Pepper Gomez and Man Mountain Managoff wrestled to a double
disqualification … Danny McShain b. Tosh Togo … Billy Parks b. Frenchy Valois …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Marvin Jones)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 12, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Torbellino Blanco b. Joe Christie (2/3) … Danny McShain b. Leo
Garibaldi … Bull Curry b. Billy Parks … Pepper Gomez b. Adnan Kaisy … Man Mountain
Managoff b. Maurice Vachon … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 19, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Torbellino Blanco and Danny McShain wrestled to a no decision
when the referee stopped the match “as the two contestants were too battered to go on”
… Bull Curry and Pepper Gomez wrestled to a double knockout … Man Mountain
Managoff and Hogan Wharton drew … Joe Christie b. Cyclone Anaya … Maurice
Vachon b. P.Y. Chong … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Otto Kuss)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 26, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Danny McShain b. Torbellino Blanco to capture the Texas State
Heavyweight Title (McShain also unmasked Blanco) … Bull Curry and Joe Christie drew
… Pepper Gomez b. Maurice Vachon … Leo Garibaldi b. Len Crosby (DQ) … Tommy O’
Toole b. P.Y. Chong … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 3, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Pepper Gomez vs. Danny McShain (Pepper would wear a mask
and offer McShain $1,000 if the latter could remove it) (2/3) (Gomez had inacted the
stipulation because McShain had unmasked his regular tag team partner Torbellino
Blanco the week earlier) … Len Crosby vs. Man Mountain Managoff … Bull Curry vs.
Adnon Kaisy … Joe Christie vs. Tommy O’Toole … Bad Boy Hines vs. Leo Garibaldi …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 10, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Torbellino Blanco b. Danny McShain to capture the Texas State
Heavyweight Title (2/3) … Joe Christie and Len Crosby b. Pepper Gomez and Adnon
Kaisy … The Brute b. Leo Garibaldi … Duke Keomuka b. Cyclone Anaya … (promoter:  
Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 17, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Joe Christie and Len Crosby b. World Tag Team Champions
Torbellino Blanco and Pepper Gomez (2/3) (third fall by DQ when Gomez “inadvertently”
tossed Christie over the top rope) … Don Kent and Danny McShain drew … The
Fabulous Moolah b. Fran Gravette … The Brute b. Tommy O’Toole … Jimmy Hines b.
Hogan Wharton (countout) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 24, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Torbellino Blanco b. Danny
McShain (if he lost, Blanco said he would unmask and return to Mexico) … Len Crosby
b. Don Kent … Judy Grable b. Peggy Allen … Duke Keomuka and Man Mountain
Managoff drew … Pepper Gomez b. Bad Boy Hines … The Brute b. Cyclone Anaya …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 31, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … “Count” Len Crosby and Joe Christie b. Torbellino Blanco and
Pepper Gomez to capture the World Tag Team Title (2/3) (third fall when Blanco was
counted out) … Nelson Royal b. Man Mountain Managoff … The Brute and Duke
Keomuka drew … Don Kent b. Bad Boy Hines … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 7, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Torbellino Blanco b. Len
Crosby (2/3) (Crosby was managed by Count Rossi) (Blanco earned a match with NWA
champion Pat O’Connor) … Joe Christie and Danny McShain wrestled Pepper Gomez
and Nelson Royal to a draw … Bull Curry b. Don Kent (countout) … Tony Borne b.
Tommy O’Toole … The Brute and Gorilla Macias III were both disqualified … (promoter:  
Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 14, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor and Torbellino
Blanco wrestled to a double countout in the third fall (2/3) (Texas Deputy Boxing and
Wrestling Commissioner Sammy George “ruled a draw decision” … World Tag Team
Champions Joe Christie and Len Crosby b. Bull Curry and Nelson Royal … Pepper
Gomez b. Tony Borne (DQ) … Danny McShain b. The Brute … Don Kent b. Pepe
Mendietta … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Marvin Jones)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 21, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor b. Torbellino
Blanco (2/3) … The Gladiator b. Len Crosby (DQ) … Joe Christie and Pepper Gomez
drew … Danny McShain b. Hogan Wharton … Nelson Royal b. Bull Curry … Tony Borne
b. Pepe Mendietta … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 28, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … World Tag Team Champions Joe Christie and Len Crosby b.
Torbellino Blanco and Pepper Gomez (2/3) … The Gladiator b. Danny McShain …
Nelson Royal b. Duke Keomuka … Tony Borne b. The Brute … Bad Boy Hines b. Pepe
Mendietta … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Stu Gibson)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 5, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Col. Stu Gibson b. Torbellino Blanco (2/3) … Joe Christie and
Frank Townsend were both counted out .. Duke Keomuka b. Nelson Royal … Doug
Gilbert b. Danny McShain (DQ) … Tony Borne and The Gladiator drew … Tito Kopa b.
Bad Boy Hines … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Hogan Wharton)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 12, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Torbellino Blanco b. Col. Stu
Gibson … Frank Townsend b. Joe Christie and Duke Keomuka … Silento Rodriguez b.
Danny McShain (DQ) … The Gladiator b. Tito Kopa … Tony Borne and Nelson Royal
drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 19, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan b. Frank Townsend (DQ) … Torbellino Blanco
b. Frenchy Vallois (reverse decision) … Gloria Barattini b. Mae Young … Ed Miller b.
Nelson Royal … Bad Boy Hines and The Gladiator drew … Tony Borne b. Doug Gilbert
… (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 26, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan and Mr. Kleen (Ed Miller) drew (1-1) … Frank
Townsend b. Frenchy Valois … Doug Gilbert b. Tito Kopa … Nelson Royal b. Gorilla
Macias III … Torbellino Blanco and Silento Rodriguez b. Bad Boy Hines and Danny
McShain … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 2, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Frank Townsend b. Don Leo Jonathan (2/3) (Townsend earned a
match with NWA champion Pat O’Connor) … Torbellino Blanco b. Tony Borne … The
Gladiator and Jerry Kozak drew … Mr. Kleen b. Doug Gilbert … Frenchy Valois b. Nelson
Royal … Paul Vachon b. Silento Rodriguez … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 9, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor b. Frank
Townsend (2/3) … Torbellino Blanco b. Paul Vachon … Don Leo Jonathan b. Jerry
Kozak … Man Mountain Campbell b. Frenchy Valois (DQ) … Mr. Kleen b. Tony Borne …
The Gladiator and Nelson Royal drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 16, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor b. Torbellino
Blanco (2/3) (Blanco was unable to continue for the third fall) … Don Leo Jonathan and
Danny McShain b. Jerry Kozak and Mr. Kleen … Frank Townsend b. Tony Borne …
Frenchy Valois b. Nelson Royal … The Gladiator and Don Kent drew … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 23, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Don Leo Jonathan b. Frank
Townsend (2/3) … Tony Borne and Danny McShain b. The Gladiator and Silento
Rodriguez (referees Bad Boy Hines and Marvin Jones ended up fighting each other) …
Nelson Royal b. Don Kent … Mr. Kleen b. Paul Vachon … Torbellino Blanco b. Frenchy
Valois … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referees:  Bad Boy Hines, Roy Carter, Marvin
Jones)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 30, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Don Leo Jonathan and
Torbellino Blanco wrestled to a double disqualification (1-1) … Marvin Jones b. Jimmy
“Bad Boy” Hines (Hines lost his ability to referee in Dallas again) … Danny McShain vs.
Mr. Kleen … Tony Borne vs. Jerry Kozak … Man Mountain Campbell vs. Frank
Townsend … Rocky Ford vs. Frenchy Valois … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  
Roy Carter)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 6, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan and Danny McShain b. Torbellino Blanco,
Handy the Midget, Mr. Kleen (Handy was unmasked to reveal Jay Cox) (Jonathan and
McShain would receive $1,000 if they could unmask any of their three opponents) …
Tony Borne and Haruo Sasaki b. Jerry Kozak and Nelson Royal … Jerry Kozak b. Tony
Borne (DQ) … Man Mountain Campbell b. Frenchy Valois … Man Mountain Campbell
and Frank Townsend b. Paul Vachon and Frenchy Valois … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 13, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan vs. Man Mountain Campbell … Danny McShain
vs. Mr. Kleen … Tony Borne and Haruo Sasaki vs. Torbellino Blanco and Jerry Kozak …
Nelson Royal vs. Paul Vachon … Joe Kono vs. Frank Townsend … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 20, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … World Tag Team Champions Pepper Gomez and Wilbur Snyder b.
Don Leo Jonathan and Danny McShain (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (Gomez was thrown over
the top rope) … Ciclon Negro (local debut) b. Tony Borne … Torbellino Blanco and
Haruo Sasaki drew … Jerry Kozak b. The Gladiator … Joe Kono b. Nelson Royal …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Marvin Jones)
Notes:  Ciclon Negro was a newcomer, billed as the “Black Cyclone” and was a “muscular
235-pounder” from Mexico; Gomez and Snyder recently won the World Tag Team Title.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 27, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan and Danny McShain b. Texas State Tag Team
Champions Torbellino Blanco and Ciclon Negro (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (It took “ten
wrestlers, seconds, referees” to contain Negro in the third fall after “being hit on the
head”) … Texas Junior Heavyweight Champion Silento Rodriguez b. Haruo Sasaki …
Texas Negro Women’s Champion Ethel Johnson b. Babs Wingo … Man Mountain
Campbell and Mr. Kleen drew … Frenchy Valois b. The Gladiator … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 4, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan, Danny McShain, Haruo Sasaki and Maurice
Vachon b. Torbellino Blanco, Ciclon Negro, Mr. Kleen and Silento Rodriguez (“South
American Style” team match with “almost a dozen falls” being counted) (the winners were
“finally” able to secure three consecutive pinfalls, which was the “key to victory”) … Don
Leo Jonathan b. Mr. Kleen … Danny McShain b. Silento Rodriguez … Ciclon Negro b.
Haruo Sasaki … Torbellino Blanco b. Maurice Vachon (DQ) … Jerry Kozak and Sputnik
Monroe (local debut) wrestled to a double countout … Texas Negro Women’s Champion
Ethel Johnson b. Marva Scott … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  The South American “style” tag team bout was “the first match of its kind in the
United States, according to the October 2, 1960 Dallas Morning News.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 11, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Tag Team Champions Torbellino Blanco and Ciclon
Negro b. Don Leo Jonathan and Danny McShain … Maurice Vachon b. Mr. Kleen …
Paul Vachon b. Man Mountain Campbell … Maurice LaPointe and Haruo Sasaki drew …
Marquis de Paree b. Sputnik Monroe … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 18, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan, Danny McShain and the Vachon Brothers
(Maurice and Paul Vachon) b. Torbellino Blanco, Jesse Cardenas, Ciclon Negro, and
Silento Rodriguez (South American style tag team match) (Jonathan had some help from
manager Count Rossi) … Torbellino Blanco b. Paul Vachon … Maurice Vachon b.
Silento Rodriguez … Jesse Cardenas b. Danny McShain (DQ) … Jerry Kozak and Haruo
Sasaki drew … Sputnik Monroe b. Ray Gordon … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 25, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Don Leo Jonathan b. Jesse Cardenas (2/3) (Jonathan earned a
world title match) … Texas State Tag Team Champions Torbellino Blanco and Ciclon
Negro b. The Vachon Brothers (Maurice and Paul Vachon) (2/3) (third fall by DQ)
(Sputnik Monroe interfered) … Sputnik Monroe b. Maurice LaPointe … Ray Gordon and
Danny McShain drew … Jerry Kozak b. Marquis de Paree … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 1, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pat O’Connor b. Don Leo
Jonathan (2/3) … The Vachon Brothers (Maurice and Paul Vachon) and Sputnik Monroe
b. Torbellino Blanco, Jesse Cardenas and Ciclon Negro … Jerry Kozak and Haruo
Sasaki drew … Ray Gordon b. Marquis de Paree … A battle royal was won by Sputnik
Monroe and Maurice Vachon, who refused to battle each other … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 8, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Ciclon Negro b. Sputnik
Monroe … The Vachon Brothers (Maurice and Paul Vachon) b. Torbellino Blanco and
Ciclon Negro to capture the Texas State Tag Team Title … Haruo Sasaki b. Silento
Rodriguez to capture the Texas State Junior Heavyweight Title (2/3) … Ray Gordon b.
Frenchy Valois … Jesse Cardenas b. Marquis de Paree … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 15, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Torbellino Blanco and Ciclon Negro b. The Vachon Brothers
(Maurice and Paul Vachon) to capture the Texas State Tag Team Title (2/3) … Sputnik
Monroe b. Jesse Cardenas (2/3) (third fall by DQ) … Duke Keomuka b. Ray Gordon
(sleeperhold) … Maurice LaPointe b. Marquis de Paree … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 22, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Sputnik Monroe b. Ray Gunkel … Torbellino Blanco and Duke
Keomuka drew … Duke Keomuka, Tiny Roe and Haruo Sasaki b. Torbellino Blanco,
Ciclon Negro and Lord Littlebrook … Maurice Vachon b. Maurice LaPointe … Jesse
Cardenas b. Paul Vachon … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  Texas Wrestling Commissioner Sammy George suspended Duke Keomuka for
attacking ring announcer George Preston.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 29, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Ciclon Negro b. Sputnik
Monroe (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (in protest, Monroe walked off with the title belt) … Texas
State Junior Heavyweight Champion Haruo Sasaki b. Jerry Kozak … Jesse Cardenas
failed to beat The Vachon Brothers (Maurice and Paul Vachon) in a special handicap
match (Jesse was able to pin one of the brother duo) … Maurice LaPointe and Angelo
Martinelli drew … Ray Gordon b. Joe Pizza … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 6, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … World Negro Champion Dory Dixon b. Haruo Sasaki to capture the
Texas State Junior Heavyweight Title … Bull Curry and Ciclon Negro b. Texas State Tag
Team Champions Danny McShain and Sputnik Monroe (DQ) (no title change) … Paul
Vachon b. Marquis de Paree … Maurice Vachon b. Ray Gordon … Torbellino Blanco
and Jerry Kozak drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 13, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Bull Curry b. Duke Keomuka (DQ) (Keomuka was returning after
his suspension) … World Negro and Texas Junior Heavyweight Champion Dory Dixon b.
Danny McShain (2/3) … The Vachon Brothers (Maurice and Paul Vachon) and Sputnik
Monroe vs. Torbellino Blanco, Ciclon Negro and Whiskers Savage … Jerry Kozak vs.
Hasuo Sasaki … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  Curry, reportedly, was trying to collect a $2,000 “bounty” put up by George
Preston, the ring announcer Keomuka had attacked.  Whoever was able to hospitalize
Keomuka would win the money.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 20, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Dory Dixon b. Duke Keomuka (2/3) (Dixon initially won the third fall
by countout, but refused victory in that way) … Paul Vachon b. Maurice LaPointe …
Danny McShain b. Haruo Sasaki … Torbellino Blanco and Ciclon Negro wrestled Sputnik
Monroe and Maurice Vachon to a draw … Jerry Kozak b. Don Whittler … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 27, 1960
(The Sportatorium) … Danny McShain b. Duke Keomuka (2/3) (DQ in the third fall) …
Dory Dixon and Ciclon Negro b. The Vachon Brothers (Maurice and Paul Vachon) …
Don Whittler b. Marquis de Paree … Ray Gordon b. Haruo Sasaki … Jerry Kozak and
Sputnik Monroe drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)


Research by Tim Hornbaker
Dallas Wrestling Results - 1960