As an amateur, Dick Hutton won three NCAA Heavyweight Wrestling Titles and was a
four time All-American for Oklahoma A&M University.  The NCAA Title victories came in
1947, 1948 and 1950.  The 1949 tournament ended with a close loss to Verne Gagne out
of Minnesota.  In 1948, Hutton was a member of the 1948 U.S. Olympic Team.

     From his debut as a professional wrestler, Hutton was directed in only one
way…towards the World Heavyweight Championship.  On November 14, 1957 in Toronto,
Hutton beat Lou Thesz for the NWA World Title at Maple Leaf Gardens.  An estimated
10,500 fans witnessed the match and the new champion crowned.  Hutton’s impressive
reign began.

     Hutton appeared in Kansas City at the Memorial Hall on January 2, 1958 to beat Thor
Hagen in two-of-three-falls.  He made an appearance in Denver a month after rival title
claimant, Edouard Carpentier appeared in the same ring under the same promoter.  Both
men were recognized in parts as the NWA World Champion.  Hutton met Buddy Rogers in
Denver on March 13, 1958.  It was a big defense.  Only 1,700 fans turned out.  The two
wrestled to an hour draw, splitting two falls.

     Hutton lost a controversial match to Dory Funk Sr. on October 2, 1958, and almost lost
his claim to the World Heavyweight Title.  It happened at the Sports Arena in Amarillo,
Texas.  During the third fall of an even match, Doug Donovan interfered and knocked
referee “Big Train” Clements out of the action.  Hutton tossed Funk over the top rope,
which would have caused an immediate disqualification, but unseen by a licensed referee,
the match continued.  Funk got the champion in his spinning toehold and claimed he got a
submission.  In the latter case, a new NWA Champion would be crowned.

     Several days later, NWA Officials decided in Dallas that Hutton would remain champion
due to the disqualification.  Hutton returned to St. Louis under Sam Muchnick on Friday,
January 9, 1959.  His opponent was Pat O’Connor, and the NWA Championship was on the
line.  Almost 5,000 fans appeared at the Kiel Auditorium as Hutton was beaten by O’
Connor and lost his claim to the World Title.  According to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
Hutton was caught in spinning leg locks a total of three times before the referee Babe
Martin called for the bell.  The match went 15:03.

     On April 23, 1959, Hutton wrestled in a tournament in Amarillo to decide who would
meet Pat O’Connor for the World Title the following week.  He was eliminated when he
wrestled Danny Plechas to a time-limit draw.  Hutton settled to Sapulpa, Oklahoma upon his
retirement.

     Hutton was named to the Oklahoma State University Hall of Fame, the National
Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Oklahoma on April 29, 1995, and the Tragos/ Thesz
Hall of Fame in 1999.

*On March 8, 1940, Leonard Shelton of Ponca City High School beat Richard Hutton in the
state finals by decision.

*Hutton weighed 185 pounds at graduation from high school

*Likely in 1944-’45, Hutton served in the United States Army in Italy; was a member of the U.
S. Army engineers; achieved the rank of sergeant.

*Hutton attended Oklahoma A&M at Stillwater and was coached by Art Griffith.

*On March 29, 1947, Richard Hutton beat Ray Gunkel of Purdue, 5-3, to capture the NCAA
Heavyweight Title in the tournament in Champaign, Illinois.

*On March 20, 1948, Richard Hutton beat Thurman McGraw of Colorado A&M to
successfully defend his NCAA Heavyweight Title in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

*In round four of the U.S Olympic wrestling team tryouts in Ames, Iowa on April 30, 1948,
Dick Hutton eliminated Ray Gunkel of Purdue with a unanimous decision.

*Hutton made the United States Olympic Team coached by Art Griffith of Oklahoma A&M.  
Among the 16 grapplers were Hutton, Verne Gagne, and Joe Scarpello.

*At the Olympic Games in London, Richard Hutton “of Oakhurst, Oklahoma” beat A.
Sakdhari of Iran.

*At the Olympic Games in London, Josef Ruzicka, representing Czechoslovakia, beat
Richard Hutton.  The wrestling matches took place in late July 1948 and into early August
1948.

*At the Olympic Games in London, James M. Armstrong, representing Australia, beat
Richard H. Hutton by default after the latter suffered an injury.  Hutton would place seventh
in the heavyweight division.

*Hutton suffered a broken blood vessel in his right arm.

*On Friday, March 25, 1949, Dick Hutton beat Alvin Dalley of BYU in 6:29 to advance into
the quarter finals of the NCAA Tournament in the heavyweight class.  The tournament was
held in Fort Collins, Colorado.

*On Saturday, March 26, 1949, Dick Hutton was defeated by referee’s decision by
Verne
Gagne in the finals of the NCAA Tournament in the heavyweight class.  The tournament
was held in Fort Collins, Colorado.  The loss for Hutton ended his attempt to win four
straight NCAA Titles and was considered a major disappointment by coach Art Griffith.

*On March 25, 1950 in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Richard Hutton beat Fred Stoeker of Iowa State
Teachers College by referee’s decision to capture the NCAA Heavyweight Title.  It was
Hutton’s third championship victory.

*Hutton was an engineering student.

*Hutton did not participate in AAU Wrestling Tournaments.

*After graduation, Hutton returned to the United States Army to fullfill his commitments.  He
served as an officer.

*In 1952, Hutton weighed as much as 285 pounds.

*Hutton trained with
Ed “Strangler” Lewis and Leroy McGuirk.


Toronto, Ontario:  Thursday, November 14, 1957
(Maple Leaf Gardens) … Dick Hutton b. Lou Thesz to capture the NWA World Heavyweight
Title (35:15) (Hutton won with an abdominal stretch) (No time-limit match, no curfew, winner
must be decided) (Hutton put up $2,000 instead of his normal $1,000, with no time
restriction; one going to Thesz and the other going to charity) … The Fabulous Kangaroos
(Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) b. Tiger Tasker and The Mighty Ursus (Heffernan pinned
Tasker) … Roy McClarity b. Pierre LaBelle (sleeperhold) … Jim Bernard and Farmer Boy
drew (20:00) … Fred Atkins and Joe Blanchard drew (20:00) … (promoter:  Frank Tunney)
… (referee:  Bert Maxwell) … (in attendance:  Sam Muchnick) … (10,000 fans)
Note:  In Lou Thesz’s autobiography, he claimed that Hutton was a “last-minute
substitution” for “Whipper” Billy Watson on November 14, 1957 in Toronto.  There doesn’t
seem to be any kind of backing for that statement.

St. Louis, Missouri: November 22, 1957
(Kiel Auditorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton and Lou Thesz drew
(27:46) ... Gene Kiniski beat Reggie Parks (1:48) ... Pepper Gomez beat Ali Bey ... (Ladies)
Betty Hawkins & Nell Stewart beat Elaine Ellis & Patty Neff ... Stu Gibson drew Red McIntyre
… (6,200 fans)
Note:  This was Hutton’s first appearance in St. Louis since April 1956.

Sacramento, California:  December 2, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Ben Sharpe

San Francisco, California: December 3, 1957
(Civic Auditorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b.  Oyama Kato (2-0)
... Ben Sharpe & Mike Sharpe vs Ramon Torres & Cyclone Anaya ... Ilio DiPaolo beat Bud
Curtis ... Art Michalik drew Stan Kowalski ... (promoter:  Joe Malcewicz)
Note: Final show of the year.

Buffalo, New York:  Wednesday, December 4, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Gene Kiniski

Toronto, Ontario:  Thursday, December 5, 1957
(Maple Leaf Gardens) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Yukon Eric (16:
23) (Hutton was working as a heel) … Roy McClarity and Pat O’Connor wrestled the
Kalmikoffs (Ivan and Karol Kalmikoff) to a draw (30:00) … Farmer Boy b. Bozo Brown (4:
46) … Joe Blanchard b. Frank Hurley (13:19) … Al Korman and Pierre LaSalle drew (20:
00) … (promoter:  Frank Tunney) … (referee:  Wee Willie Davis) … (6,012 fans)

Winnipeg MB: December 6, 1957
(Civic Auditorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Mr. Hito ... Johnny
Valentine & Chet Wallick drew Verne Gagne & Don Curtis ... Hard Boiled Haggarty beat Al
Kashey ... Red Bastien beat Joe Christie

St. Paul MN: December 7, 1957
(Armory, att. 3,103) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Kinji Shibuya (21:
35) … Referee: Jack Pesek … Al Kashey drew Don Curtis (30:00) … (Midgets) Little Red
Feather & Tiny Tim beat Irish Jackie & Sky Low Low … Red Bastien beat Len Hughes (dq)
… NOTE: Promoter Eddie Williams calls Dick Hutton “the biggest sleeper in wrestling.” He
adds that Hutton was brought on by Ed (Strangler) Lewis and used to get the title away
from Lou Thesz who, Lewis maintained, had “snubbed” him

Minneapolis MN: December 10, 1957
(Aud, att. 2,546) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton* drew Hard Boiled
Haggerty (60:00) … (World Tag Title*) Johnny Valentine & Chet Wallick beat Guy Brunetti
& Joe Brunetti (2-1) … Don Curtis beat Joe Christie … Red Bastien beat Len Hughes …
(promoter:  Dennis Stecher)

Houston, Texas:  December 13, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Bill Melby … (promoter:  Morris
Sigel)

Fort Worth, Texas:  December 16, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Pepper Gomez

Dallas, Texas:  December 17, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Luther Lindsey … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Houston, Texas:  December 20, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Don Leo Jonathan … (promoter:  
Morris Sigel)

Tulsa, Oklahoma:  December 23, 1957
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Karol Krauser … (promoter:  Sam
Avey)

St. Louis, Missouri:  December 27, 1957
(Kiel Auditorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Pat O’Connor ...
(Handicap) Gene Kiniski beat Chest Bernard & Lou Plummer

Kansas City, Kansas:  Thursday, January 2, 1958
(Memorial Hall) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Thor Hagen (2/3) …
Ronnie Etchison and Sonny Myers b. Lou Plummer and Tommy O’Toole (2/3) (Etchison
and Myers won the thrid fall by DQ) … Otto Von Krupp b. Bobby Bruns (12:05) … Lorraine
Johnson and Kay Noble drew (20:00) … (promoter:  George D. Simpson) … (sponsored
by:  American Legion Post 83)

Albuquerque NM: January 6, 1958
(att. 5,000) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Juan Garcia … Bulldog
Plechas beat Cowboy Bob Ellis (as Bob Elliot) … Jim Wright beat Suni War Cloud (dq) …
Danno McDonald beat Bobby Red Cloud … (promoter:  Mike London)

Odessa, Texas:  January 7, 1958
(Ector County Coliseum) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Buddy
Rogers (2-1) (DQ) (Rogers was managed by Bobby Wallace) … Wee Willie Davis b.
Country Boy Calhoun (2-0) (Calhoun was a substitute for Hans Schnabel) … Dory Funk b.
The Great Bolo (0:09) … Leo Garibaldi and Rip Rogers drew (15:00) … (promoter:  Pat O’
Dowdy) …  (referee-Big Train Clements) … (1,800 fans)

Niagara Falls ON: January 13, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Bill Miller

Toronto, Ontario:  Thursday, January 16, 1958
(Maple Leaf Gardens) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. “Whipper” Billy
Watson (DQ) (Watson thought he had pinned Hutton, but the latter had his foot on the
ropes) (Watson threw Hutton over the top rope) (Hutton was carried from the ring on a
stretcher) … Bobo Brazil and Fritz Von Erich drew … The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello
and Roy Heffernan) b. Fred Atkins and Jim Bernard … Lord Athol Layton b. Maurice
LaPointe (16:00) … Pat Flanagan b. Pierre LaSalle … (promoter:  Frank Tunney) …
(referee:  Bunny Dunlop) … (7,900+ fans)

St. Louis, Missouri:  January 17, 1958
(Kiel Auditorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Gene Kiniski ... Pat
O’Connor b. Don Lee

Dayton OH:  January 21, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton vs Johnny Barend … (Midgets) Ivan
the Terrible vs Lord Littlebrook … (Ladies) Jo Ann Mullineux vs Nell Stewart

Mansfield OH:  January 22, 1958
(Armory) ... NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Fritz Von Goering (2-0) ...
(Midgets) Lord Littlebrook beat Ivan the Terrible ... (Ladies) Nell Stewart beat Joan
Mullineux (sub for LeChona LaClair) ... Frankie Talaber beat Ali Pasha (17:05, dq) ...
Promoter: Clete Kauffman ... NOTE: Mansfield News-Journal sports editor Fred Tharp
quotes Ed (Strangler) Lewis as saying, "In my opinion, there is not a man alive today who
can beat Hutton." ... The champion took the two falls in 20:40 and 5:02, the clincher with
his et abdominal stretch

Columbus OH: January 23, 1958 (Thursday)
(Old Memorial Hall, att. 2,200) ... NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton Dick
Hutton b. Fritz von Goering ... Leon Graham & Frankie Talaber drew Shag Thomas &
Charley Hoover (nc) ... Farmer Brenner beat Buddy Rosen ... (Ladies) Nell Stewart beat
Joan Mullinex

Toronto, Ontario:  Thursday, January 30, 1958
(Maple Leaf Gardens) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton and “Whipper”
Billy Watson drew at the 11:00 curfew (36:00) (referees:  Fabulous Kangaroos) (Hutton
used illegal tactics throughout the match) … Dan Miller b. Maurice LaPointe (Miller was
assisted by brothers Bill and Ed Miller) … The Miller Brothers (Bill and Ed Miller) b. The
Baillargeon Brothers … Jim Bernard and Lord Athol Layton drew … Fred Atkins and Pierre
LaSalle drew … (promoter:  Frank Tunney) … (referees:  Al Costello, Roy Heffernan, Joe
Gollob) … (10,000 fans)
Note:  Toronto Daily Star reporter Jim Proudfoot wrote the following in his Friday, January
31, 1958 article:  “It’s the first time in recorded history that a National Wrestling Alliance
titleholder has gone through a whole bout without wrestling.”

St. Louis MO: January 31, 1958
(Kiel Aud) … (NWA World Title Match) Dick Hutton* drew Gene Kiniski

Amarillo TX: February 6, 1958
(Sports Arena) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Buddy Rogers

Lethbridge, Alberta:  Monday, February 10, 1958
(The Arena) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Tiny Mills (abdominal
stretch) (19:00) … The Kalmikoff Brothers (Ivan and Karol Kalmikoff) b. John Foti and John
Paul Henning … Lou Newman b. Mike Valentino (14:00) … Prince Maivia b. Tiger Tasker
(19:00) … (promoter:  Ian Campbell) … (3,300 fans)
Note:  Reported to be the largest crowd in Lethbridge wrestling history

Vancouver BC: February 12, 1958
(NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Ivan Kalmikoff … Karol Kalmikoff beat John Paul Henning …
George Strickland beat Elmer Davis … Clair Robinson (aka Cal Roberts) drew Reggie Siki
… Bud Rattal beat Leon Kirilenko

Regina SK: February 13, 1958
(Ex Aud) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Hombre Montana … Guy Brunetti & Joe Brunetti
vs Al Korman & Chico Gracia

Calgarjy AB: February 14, 1958
(Stampede Corral, att. 4,000) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Hombre Montana … John
Witte beat Tiger Tasker … Guy Brunetti & Joe Brunetti beat Al Korman & Chico Gracia (dq)
… Jean Baillargeon beat Tim Geohagen … Ivan Kalmikoff & Karol Kalmikoff beat Al Mills &
Tiny Mills

Minneapolis MN: February 18, 1958
(Aud, att. 2,495) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Paul Baillargeon (33:20) … Bearcat
Wright beat Kurt Von Brawner … Lionel Baillargeon drew Chet Wallick (30:00) … Farmer
Don Marlin beat Gypsy Joe (15:30)

Kansas City, Kansas:  Thursday, February 20, 1958
(Memorial Hall) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Otto Von Krupp (2/3)
… Don Curtis b. Lee Henning (2/3) (Curtis won the third fall by DQ) … Bob Geigel b. Sonny
Myers (23:00) (the latter suffered a head injury) … Millie Stafford b. Mary Jane Mull …
(promoter:  George D. Simpson) … (referee:  Bobby Bruns)

Memphis TN: February 24, 1958
(NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Bill Longson ... The Mighty Atlas beat Boris Zukov ... Herb
Welch drew Tor Yamato (nc) ... Tex Riley beat Guy LaRosa

-24 February 1958                Memphis, TN                        vs. Bill Longson (Won)
-28 February 1958                St. Louis, MO                        vs. Billy Watson (Won)

Oakland, California:  Friday, March 7, 1958
(Auditorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Hans Hermann (2-0) ...
Stan Kowalski & Rube Wright (as Lu Kim) beat Ramon Torres & Art Michalik ... John
Swenski drew Juan Humberto ... (promoter: Ad Santel)

Albuquerque, New Mexico:  Monday, March 10, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton and  Bulldog Plechas drew … Kurt
Von Poppenheim beat Danno McDonald … Suni War Cloud beat Joe Christie (dq) … Juan
Garcia drew Johnny Simms … (promoter:  Mike London) … (3,600 fans)

Farmington, New Mexico:  Tuesday, March 11, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton vs. Juan Garcia … Kurt Von
Poppenheim drew Suni War Cloud … Bulldog Plechas vs Danno McDonald

Denver, Colorado:  Thursday, March 13, 1958
(Auditorium Arena) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton and Buddy Rogers
drew (1-1) (Hutton won in the first fall 38:01 with a backbreaker, Rogers won the second in
3:18 with a figure-four leglock, draw in 60-minutes) … Danny Plechas b. Jack Claybourne
(2/3) … Juan Garcia b. Danno McDonald (DQ) (17:24) … Rex Mays and Nick Studen drew
(15:00) … (promoter:  Mike London) … (1,700 fans)

Colorado Springs, Colorado:  March 14, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton vs Bulldog Plechas … Buddy Rogers
vs. Bob Elliott … Juan Garcia vs Kurt Von Poppenheim … Suni War Cloud vs Danno
McDonald

Tulsa, Oklahoma:  March 17, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Bill Longson … (promoter:  Leroy
McGuirk)

Little Rock, Arkansas:  March 18, 1958
( ) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Bill Longson

Tampa, Florida:  March 24, 1958
(Aud, att. 2,000) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Mr. Moto (2-1) …
(Midgets) Ivan the Terrible beat Tiny Tim … (Ladies) Judy Glover beat Nell Stewart (dq) …
(Mixed, Midgets, Ladies) Tiny Tim & Judy Glover drew Ivan the Terrible & Nell Stewart (nc)

Eau Gallie FL: March 25, 1958
(Civic Center) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* vs Ike Eakins … (Ladies, Midgets) Betty Hawkins
& Ivan the Terrible vs Judy Glover & Tiny Tim … (Midgets) Ivan the Terrible vs Tiny Tim …
(Ladies) Betty Hawkins vs Judy Glover

Miami FL: March 26, 1958
(Bayfront Park Auditorium) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* vs Billy Parks … (Ladies) Dot
Dotson vs Betty Evans … Tom Brady vs Don Whittler

Ft. Lauderdale FL: March 27, 1958
(War Memorial) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* vs Gorgeous George … (Ladies) Judy Glover
vs Betty Hawkins … Jerry Christy vs Jungle Jim Bradley

Fort Pierce FL: March 28, 1958
(Armory) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* vs Nick Roberts

Daytona Beach FL: March 29, 1958
(Armory … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton vs Ray Villmer … (Ladies) Judy Glover & China Mira vs
Betty Hawkins & Corinne Cordero … NOTE: “Complimentary tickets anywhere Carlings
Black Label beer or Red Cap ale are sold”

-29 March 1958                Daytona Beach, FL                vs. Ray Villmer
                                                        *National Guard Armory

Phoenix AZ: March 31, 1958
(NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Buddy Rogers (cnc) … Jesus Ortega beat Tokyo Joe … Fritz
Von Goering beat George Scott … Jerry Gold beat Sandy Scott

Odessa, Texas:  April 1, 1958
(Ector County Coliseum) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Dory Funk
(2-1 (DQ) … Cyclone Anaya b. Don Evans (2-1) (DQ) … Big Train Clements b. Bobby
Wallace … (referee:  Frankie Murdock) … (3,000 fans)

Amarillo TX: April 3, 1958
(NWA Title) Dick Hutton* drew Lou Thesz

Nashville TN: April 8, 1958
(NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Bill Longson

St. Louis MO: April 11, 1958
(Kiel Aud, att. 4,943) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Gene Kiniski … Bill Miller beat Bobby
Bruns … Herb Welch drew Dick Beyer … (Ladies) Princess Tona Tomah beat Mae Weston
… Mighty Atlas & Otto Von Krupp beat Frank Talaber & Rip Hawk

Winnipeg MB: April 18, 1958
(Civic Aud) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Ilio DiPaolo (dq) … Mike Gallagher & Doc
Gallagher drew Bronko Nagurski & Roy McClarty ... Joe Pazandak beat Thor Hagen ...
Floyd Ude beat Paul Vachon (as Nicolai Zolotoff)

St. Paul MN: April 19, 1958
(Armory, att. 1,988) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Hard Boiled Haggerty (24:25, dq) …
Ilio DiPaolo beat Paul Vachon (as Nicolai Zolotoff) … Roy McClarty drew Doc Gallagher …
Red Bastien beat Ivan the Terrible (6:25, dq)

Columbus OH: April 24, 1958
(NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Leon Graham ... Farmer Brenner beat Yukon the Crusher ...
Charley Hoover beat Mike McGee ... Frankie Talaber & Leon Graham beat Jim Hady &
White Owl ... Note: The names of the losers of the tag match were not given in the results
(Don Luce research)

St. Louis MO: April 25, 1958
(Kiel Aud) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* drew Whipper Billy Watson … Bobby Bruns beat
Willie Davis … Gene Kiniski beat Bill Longson … (Ladies) Ethel Johnson beat Babs Wingo
… Otto Von Krupp & Mighty Atlas beat Frank Talaber & Billy McDaniels

Lethbridge AB: April 28, 1958 (Monday)
(Arena) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* vs Bob Elliott … (Ladies) Helen Hild vs Lorraine
Johnson … Ivan Kalmikoff & Karol Kalmikoff vs Guy Brunetti & Joe Brunetti … George Scott
& Sandy Scott vs Mike Paidousis & Jim Wright … Luther Lindsey vs Bulldog Plechas … Bud
Curtis vs Hans Schnabel

Edmonton AB: April 29, 1958
(Sales Pavilion) … (NWA Title) Dick Hutton* beat Prince Maivia … Ivan Kalmikoff & Karol
Kalmikoff vs George Scott & Sandy Scott ... Guy Brunetti & Joe Brunetti vs Hans Schnabel
& Jim Wright ... Mike DiBiase & Danny Plechas vs Bob Elliot & Mike Paidousis ... Bud Curtis
drew Luther Lindsey



Research by Tim Hornbaker, J Michael Kenyon, Don Luce, Steve Yohe
Dick Hutton Wrestling History
Custom Search