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1975
All-Star Wrestling – (9/13/1975, Hamburg, PA)
Superstar Billy Graham calls out Bruno Sammartino! Plus, the *new* WWWF tag champs the Blackjacks beat up some ham-and-eggers.
1976
All-Star Wrestling – (1/10/1976, Hamburg, PA)
Ernie Ladd wants to run Bobo Brazil out of town. Good luck!
All-Star Wrestling – (1/17/1976, Hamburg, PA)
Polish Power meets whatever Bugsy McGraw is supposed to be!
Madison Square Garden – (2/2/1976, New York City)
Bruno Sammartino takes on top challenger Superstar Billy Graham!
All-Star Wrestling – (2/28/1976, Hamburg, PA)
The Grand Wizard threatens the WWWF with a NUCLEAR WARHEAD! Plus, Stan Hansen debuts!
All-Star Wrestling – (3/6/1976, Hamburg, PA)
Freddie Blassie tells the world he’s assembling an army to defeat what he calls the “Unholy Six”. Of course, they are all solid dudes so what does Blassie know about anything!
All-Star Wrestling – (3/20/1976, Hamburg, PA)
The troubles between Ernie Ladd and Bobo Brazil continue!
Madison Square Garden – (8/7/1976, New York City)
Bruno finally gets his hands on Stan Hansen – INSIDE A STEEL CAGE!
Madison Square Garden – (10/25/1976, New York City)
A THREE OUT OF FIVE FALLS SIX MAN TAG! Yup.
1977
Championship Wrestling – (4/23/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko looking good against Johnny Rodz and Tor Kamata. Plus, “High Chief” Peter Maivia debuts!
Championship Wrestling – (5/7/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
Superstar Billy Graham makes his first appearance on TV as the new WWWF heavyweight champion.
Championship Wrestling – (5/14/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
We get more of the WWWF title match between Bruno Sammartino and Superstar Billy Graham in Balitmore.
Championship Wrestling – (5/21/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
Bob Backlund joins Chief Jay Strongbow and Billy White Wolf in six-man tag action.
Madison Square Garden – (6/27/1977, New York City)
Bruno Sammartino gets his rematch against Superstar Billy Graham. This time, it’s not in Baltimore but inside Madison Square Garden. The house Bruno built.
Madison Square Garden – (8/29/1977, New York City)
POLISH POWER takes on the Superstar – and the result is pretty epic, actually. Plus, Bruno meets Ken Patera in a Texas Death match.
Championship Wrestling – (9/17/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
Freddie Blassie makes some hilarious accusations about Arnie Skaaland. Chief Jay Strongbow joins forces with Peter Maivia to battle Nikolai Volkoff and Johnny Rodz.
Madison Square Garden – (9/26/1977, New York City)
Superstar Billy Graham and Dusty Rhodes CLASH – for the first time at MSG!
Madison Square Garden – (10/24/1977, New York City)
Dusty gets another chance at immortality against the Superstar in a Texas Death match!
Championship Wrestling – (10/29/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
THE AMERICAN DREAM DUSTY RHODES~!
All Star Wrestling – (11/12/1977, Hamburg, PA)
High Chief Peter Maivia and Chief Jay Strongbow – a friendship that will last forever!
Madison Square Garden – (12/19/1977, New York City)
Superstar Billy Graham meets international sensation Mil Mascaras! And guess what, Mascaras doesn’t job! Imagine that.
All Star Wrestling – (12/31/1977, Hamburg, PA)
Meet Larry Zbyszko and his new tag team partner …. Mike?
1978
All Star Wrestling – (1/28/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko meet Larry Sharpe and Jack Evans in this week’s feature bout.
Championship Wrestling – (1/28/1978, Philadelphia, PA)
“High Chief” Peter Maivia and Chief Jay Strongbow look to show Mr. Fuji and Professor Tanaka a thing or two.
Championship Wrestling – (2/4/1978, Philadelphia, PA)
Baron Mikel Scicluna and SD Jones battle it out one more time. I know you’re excited!
All Star Wrestling – (2/11/1978, Hamburg, PA)
“High Chief” Peter Maivia takes on Stan The Man. Plus, Freddie Blassie blasts on a fat guy in the front row!
All Star Wrestling – (2/18/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Vince stirs the pot within the Grand Wizard’s establishment. HE LOVES STIRRING THE POT.
All Star Wrestling – (3/25/1978, Hamburg, PA)
While Larry Zbyszko must deal with the Golden Terror, the Yukon Lumberjacks show up to beat up Frank Williams from Columbus Ohio.
Philadelphia Spectrum – (3/25/1978, Philadelphia, PA)
Bob Backlund makes his first defense of the WWWF heavyweight title inside the Spectrum against Spiros Arion in a fun brawl!
All Star Wrestling – (4/15/1978, Hamburg, PA)
After Freddie Blassie makes some fat guy jokes, Peter Maivia teams up with SD Jones to do battle with Stan Stasiak and Butcher Vachon.
All Star Wrestling – (5/6/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Dusty Rhodes lets us know what the American Dream is all about.
All Star Wrestling – (5/13/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Quite the random six-man tag highlights this episode.
All Star Wrestling – (6/3/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Bob Backlund defends the WWWF heavyweight title against Strong Kobayashi.
All Star Wrestling – (6/17/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Tony Garea returns to the WWWF and faces Stan Stasiak as his first challenge.
All Star Wrestling – (7/15/1978, Hamburg, PA)
The Yukon Lumberjacks battle the MEGA ROAD AGENTS. Plus, Ivan Koloff is back.
All Star Wrestling – (8/5/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Was Dino Bravo actually a time traveling Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men?
All Star Wrestling – (8/26/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Crusher Blackwell and the Grand Wizard make their plans clear.
All Star Wrestling – (9/2/1978, Hamburg, PA)
If the B-show stuff is boring you, here’s some extra special MSG matches as well.
All Star Wrestling – (9/9/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Andre the Giant stops by to squash a couple of rubes.
All Star Wrestling – (9/23/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Larry Zbyszko and his mustache prepare to do battle with Stan the Man Stasiak.
All Star Wrestling – (9/30/1978, Hamburg, PA)
If the B-show stuff is boring you, here’s some extra special MSG matches as well.
All Star Wrestling – (10/7/1978, Hamburg, PA)
The Yukon Lumberjacks join Spiros Arion to battle the team of Chief Jay Strongbow, Tony Garea, and Dino Bravo.
All Star Wrestling – (10/14/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Spiros Arion and Victor Rivera team up to take on Larry Zbyszko and – OH NO – SD Jones. Sorry, Larry. You’re going down.
Madison Square Garden – (10/23/1978, New York City)
Bruno Sammartino meets Superstar Billy Graham in their final encounter inside MSG. Bob Backlund faces a tall order in Ernie Ladd as he defends the WWWF championship. Plus, “High Chief” Peter Maivia did WHAAAAT?
All Star Wrestling – (10/28/1978, Hamburg, PA)
CRUSHER DEMANDS COMPETITION.
All Star Wrestling – (11/4/1978, Hamburg, PA)
This week, Larry Zbyszko brings in Tony Garea to battle Spiros Arion and Victor Rivera. WILL HE HAVE BETTER LUCK THIS TIME?
All Star Wrestling – (11/11/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Freddie Blassie and Peter Maivia explain themselves.
All Star Wrestling – (11/18/1978, Hamburg, PA)
CRUSHER STILL DEMANDS COMPETITION. I think he’s been pretty patient here.
All Star Wrestling – (11/25/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Mike Paidousis gets awkward with Mike Masters thinking it’s still 1959 and that jobbers can’t get offense on the “stars”. Plus, Vince takes us back to 1975 to witness Bruno Sammartino battle Waldo Von Erich – with a BROKEN FREAKING ARM.
All Star Wrestling – (12/2/1978, Hamburg, PA)
Bob Backlund appears and squares off against Crazy Luke Graham. In addition to that match, we see the Yukon Lumberjacks defend the tag belts against Tony Garea and Larry Zbyszko – from that other show!
Championship Wrestling – (12/9/1978, Allentown, PA)
The WWWF responds to “High Chief” Peter Maivia’s new relationship with Freddie Blassie. It’s not good, people.
1979
All Star Wrestling – (1/20/1979, Hamburg, PA)
Bulldog Brower may be old, but he can still kick your ass.
All Star Wrestling – (1/27/1979, Allentown, PA)
We get our first look at some new faces. Plus, Victor Rivera actually has a good match.
All Star Wrestling – (2/10/1979, Allentown, PA)
Ivan Putski join the tag champs for six-man tag action.
All Star Wrestling – (3/10/1979, Hamburg, PA)
They take us back to Championship Wrestling when Greg Valentine broke Chief Jay Strongbow’s leg, and then never return to All Star Wrestling.
All Star Wrestling – (3/17/1979, Hamburg, PA)
POLISH POWER issues a challenge to BROWER POWER.
All Star Wrestling – (3/24/1979, Hamburg, PA)
Vince lets us all know that the Persian clubs are heavy. Plus, you get a SPECIAL BONUS MATCH and a SPECIAL BONUS FINISH.
All Star Wrestling – (4/14/1979, Hamburg, PA)
Here is the FINAL taping of All Star Wrestling when it’s still the World Wide Wrestling Federation.
All Star Wrestling – (4/21/1979, Hamburg, PA)
We take our first look at Tito Santana on the show. ARRIBA~!
All Star Wrestling – (5/19/1979, Hamburg, PA)
Chief Jay Strongbow appears to keep Greg Valentine in line while the Valiants and Captain Lou brag a lot.
All Star Wrestling – (5/26/1979, Hamburg, PA)
Pat Patterson shows up to beat on Bobby Fulton years before he was “fantastic”. Back then, he was just “pretty good”.
All Star Wrestling – (6/2/1979, Hamburg, PA)
There’s All Star Wrestling, but there’s also a SPECIAL BONUS MATCH~!
All Star Wrestling – (6/23/1979, Hamburg, PA)
Nikolai Volkoff and SD Jones engage in a battle of strength and wits!
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