1970s

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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.
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.
Championship Wrestling – (10/29/1977, Philadelphia, PA)
THE AMERICAN DREAM DUSTY RHODES~!
1978
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!
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.
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