Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 2, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Chris Markoff and The Spoiler b. Joe Blanchard and Billy “Red”
Lyons (2/3) … Fritz Von Erich b. Gary Hart (special handicap match) (Hart left the ring
“before the 10-minute time limit” expired) … Sputnik Monroe b. Mike Paidousis … Bob
Taylor b. Tom Bradley … Pepe Gomez b. Danny Plechas (DQ) … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 9, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Joe Blanchard, Nick Kozak, Billy “Red” Lyons and Buddy Moreno
vs. Chris Markoff, Sputnik Monroe, Mike Paidousis and The Spoiler … Nick Kozak vs.
Sputnik Monroe … Pepe Gomez vs. Bob Taylor … Danny Plechas vs. Steve Stanlee …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  Show was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 16, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Joe Blanchard, Nick Kozak, Billy “Red” Lyons and Buddy Moreno
b. Chris Markoff, Sputnik Monroe, Mike Paidousis and The Spoiler (two referees
assigned to work the match) … Nick Kozak b. Sputnik Monroe … Buddy Moreno and Mike
Paidousis drew … Pepe Gomez b. Bob Taylor … Danny Plechas b. Steve Stanlee …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 23, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … United States Tag Team Champions Gary Hart and The Spoiler b.
Billy “Red” Lyons and Fritz Von Erich (2/3) (third fall by DQ) … Tom Jones and Danny
Plechas drew … Chris Markoff b. Nick Kozak … Sputnik Monroe b. Pepe Gomez … Mike
Paidousis b. Big Bad John … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, January 30, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Billy “Red” Lyons and Fritz Von Erich b. Gary Hart and The Spoiler
to capture the United States Tag Team Title (2/3) (no disqualification in the third fall) (two
referees in the ring handling the officiating duties) … Chris Markoff and Buddy Moreno
drew … Nick Kozak b. Mike Paidousis … Tom Jones b. Steve Stanlee … Ramon Lopez b.
Danny Plechas … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 6, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Ernie Ladd b. Spoiler II (local debut) (2/3) (third fall by DQ) …
Spoiler I b. Waldo Von Erich … Ramon Lopez b. Pepe Gomez … Mike Paidousis and
Danny Plechas b. Tom Jones and Nick Kozak … Chris Markoff b. Big Bad John …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 13, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … The Spoilers (I and II) b. The Destroyer and Ernie Ladd (2/3) …
Buddy Moreno b. Gary Hart … Tom Jones and Chris Markoff drew … Nick Kozak b. Mike
Paidousis … Big Bad John b. Pepe Gomez … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 20, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Ernie Ladd and Fritz Von Erich b. The Spoilers (I and II) (2/3) …
Billy “Red” Lyons b. Ramon Lopez … Chris Markoff b. Benito Matta … Nick Kozak and
Buddy Moreno drew … Tom Jones and Danny Plechas drew … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, February 27, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion Billy “Red” Lyons b. The
Spoiler II (2/3) … Ernie Ladd b. Chris Markoff … Nick Kozak and Buddy Moreno b. Danny
Plechas and The Spoiler I … Tom Jones b. Tommy O’Brien … Joe Blanchard b. Ramon
Lopez … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 5, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … United States Tag Team Champions Billy “Red” Lyons and Fritz
Von Erich b. Gary Hart and Spoiler I (2/3) … Ernie Ladd and Spoiler II drew … Nick Kozak
b. Jim Dalton … Buddy Moreno b. Tom Jones … Chris Markoff b. Ramon Lopez …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 12, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … United States Heavyweight Champion Fritz Von Erich b. The
Spoiler II (2/3) (non-title match) … Ernie Ladd and Billy “Red” Lyons drew … Ciclon
Negro and Chris Markoff b. Tom Jones and Jerry Kozak … Buddy Moreno b. Pancho
Lopez … The Black Venus b. Emma Wright … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 19, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Billy “Red” Lyons b. Gary Hart (2/3) … The Kozak Brothers (Jerry
and Nick Kozak) wretsled The Spoilers (I and II) to a double disqualification … Chris
Tolos b. Pancho Lopez … Ciclon Negro b. Tom Jones … Jim Dalton b. Danny Plechas …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, March 26, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Gene Kiniski and United
States Heavyweight Champion Fritz Von Erich wrestled to a double countout in the third
fall (1-1) … The Kozak Brothers (Jerry and Nick Kozak) b. Ciclon Negro and Spoiler II …
Billy “Red” Lyons b. Jim Dalton … Buddy Moreno b. Mike Paidousis … Chris Tolos b.
Pancho Lopez … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 2, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Chris Markoff b. Spoiler II to capture the Texas State Brass
Knuckles Title … Joe Blanchard b. Spoiler I (2/3) … The Kozak Brothers (Jerry and Nick
Kozak) b. Danny Plechas and Chris Tolos … Billy “Red” Lyons b. Ciclon Negro …
Treacherous Phillips b. Tom Jones … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 9, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Ernie Ladd, Billy “Red” Lyons and Fritz Von Erich vs. The Spoilers
(I and II) and Gary Hart (2/3) … Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Chris Markoff vs. Nick
Kozak … Tom Jones vs. Pancho Lopez … Jerry Kozak vs. Buddy Moreno … Billy “Red”
Lyons vs. Spoiler I … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  This show was cancelled by promoter Ed McLemore on Monday due to the death
of Dr. Martin Luther King.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 16, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Ernie Ladd, Billy “Red” Lyons and Fritz Von Erich b. The Spoilers
(I and II) and Gary Hart (2/3) (third fall by DQ) … Chris Markoff b. Nick Kozak … Jerry
Kozak and Buddy Moreno drew … Pancho Lopez b. Tom Jones … (promoter: Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 23, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … United States Heavyweight Champion Fritz Von Erich and Texas
Brass Knuckles Champion Chris Markoff drew (neither title was on the line) … United
States Tag Team Champions The Spoilers (I and II) wrestled The Kozak Brothers (Jerry
and Nick Kozak) to a draw … Ciclon Negro b. Jim Dalton … Chris Tolos b. Danny Plechas
… Pancho Lopez b. Treacherous Phillips … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  The Spoilers were billed as the “newly crowned” champions.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, April 30, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … The Kozaks (Jerry and Nick Kozak) “were finalists in the $500
Russian Roulette Battle Royal” (the duo also received $1,000 for unmasking Spoiler II,
revealing Smasher Sloan) (the money had been offered to anyone who could unmask
either Spoiler) … Spoiler II b. Danny Plechas … Nick Kozak b. Jim Dalton … Spoiler I b.
Joe Blanchard (2/3) … others involved in the battle royal were Fritz Von Erich, Ciclon
Negro, Mike Paidousis, Billy “Red” Lyons, Pancho Lopez, and Gary Hart … (promoter:  
Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 7, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … United States Tag Team Champions The Spoiler and Smasher
Sloan wrestled The Kozak Brothers (Jerry and Nick Kozak) to a draw (0-0) (60:00) (Sloan
wrestled without his hood) … Ciclon Negro b. Gary Hart … Danny Plechas b. Carel Smith
… Buddy Moreno b. Chris Tolos … Jim Dalton b. Mike Paidousis (DQ) … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)
Note:  Smith was billed as a Houston Oiler lineman and “former Nebraska amateur mat
star.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 14, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith and Fritz Von Erich b. The Spoiler and Smasher
Sloan to initially capture the United States Tag Team Title (2/3) (Von Erich’s original
partner was Billy “Red” Lyons, who was injured during the second fall) (Smith was a
replacement partner) (Smith and Von Erich won the match and claimed the championship
trophy) … Nick Kozak and Chris Markoff drew … Grizzly Smith (local debut) b. Danny
Plechas … Jerry Kozak b. Jim Dalton … Sassy Ballou b. Darling Dagmar … (promoter:  
Ed McLemore)
Notes:  Grizzly Smith was billed as a “native Texan, who carries 375 pounds on his 6-6
frame.” The title did not change hands because Lyons was injured and Smith was a
replacement.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 21, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Women’s World Champion The Fabulous Moolah b. Joyce Grable
… Billy “Red” Lyons b. Spoiler I (2/3) … Grizzly Smith b. Tommy O’Brien … Jerry Kozak
and Chris Markoff drew … Argentina Apollo and Nick Kozak b. Jim Dalton and Danny
Plechas … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

*The Dallas Morning News had more commonly referred to McLemore’s local
championships as the “United States” Heavyweight or “United States” Tag Team Titles.  
The newspaper called the title held by the Spoilers the “U.S.” Title as late as May 15,
1968 and by May 24, 1968, it was the “American” Tag Team Title.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, May 28, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … “American” Tag Team Champions The Spoilers (I and II) b. Billy
“Red” Lyons and Fritz Von Erich (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (Grizzly Smith, ringside as a
second for Lyons and Von Erich, interfered during the third fall and “flattened” manager
Gary Hart) … Chris Markoff b. Buddy Moreno … Grizzly Smith b. Dusty Rhodes (local
debut) (less than five minutes) … Argentina Apollo and Nick Kozak drew … Jerry Kozak
b. Stan Vachon (DQ) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  Vachon was billed as the “British Empire champion.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 4, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith and Fritz Von Erich b. Gary Hart and Spoiler I … Billy
“Red” Lyons b. Spoiler II … Stan Vachon b. Nick Kozak … Jerry Kozak and Chris Markoff
drew … Buddy Moreno b. Mike Paidousis … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 11, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith b. Gary Hart … American Tag Team Champions The
Spoilers (I and II) b. Argentina Apollo and Billy “Red” Lyons … Dusty Rhodes b. Jim
Dalton … Jerry Kozak and Jack Vansky drew … Nick Kozak b. Danny Plechas …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 18, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Chris Markoff won a 12-man battle royal (Markoff won $500) …
Texas Brass Knuckles Champion Chris Markoff b. Spoiler I … Dusty Rhodes b. Jerry
Kozak … Nick Kozak and Spoiler II drew … Billy “Red” Lyons b. Sid Jones … Pedro
Valdez b. Jim Dalton … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, June 25, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Spoiler I b. Duke Keomuka (a “battle of claw holds”) … Billy “Red”
Lyons and Grizzly Smith b. Gary Hart and Spoiler II … Argentina Apollo b. Jim Dalton …
Jerry Kozak b. Mike Paidousis … Nick Kozak and Pedro Valdez drew … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)
Note:  The Dallas Morning News, on June 26, 1968, reported that Keomuka had “won
more main events in Dallas than any other grappler.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 2, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith and Fritz Von Erich b. American Tag Team
Champions The Spoilers (I and II) (2/3) (third fall by DQ) (no title change) … Chris
Markoff b. Argentina Apollo … Billy Garrett (local debut) b. Nick Kozak … Billy “Red”
Lyons b. Jerry Kozak … Rene Goulet (local debut) b. Mike Paidousis … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 9, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Gary Hart, Dusty Rhodes and Spoiler I b. Joe Blanchard, Billy
“Red” Lyons and Grizzly Smith (2/3) … Joe Blanchard and Dusty Rhodes drew … Billy
Garrett b. Jerry Kozak … Rene Goulet b. Chris Markoff … Nick Kozak b. Argentina Apollo
(Apollo was reportedly injured) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 16, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Texas State Heavyweight Champion The Spoiler b. Grizzly Smith
(2/3) (third fall by DQ) (Smith’s first local loss) … Duke Keomuka b. Chris Markoff (2/3) …
Dusty Rhodes and Spoiler II b. Argentina Apollo and Nick Kozak … Evelyn Stevens b.
Barbara Galento … Billy Garrett and Pancho Valdez drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 23, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith and Fritz Von Erich b. The Spoiler and Smasher
Sloan to capture the American Tag Team Title (latter duo were managed by Gary Hart)
(Von Erich pinned Sloan) (Sam Muchnick presented a trophy to the winner) … Duke
Keomuka b. Billy Garrett … Joe Blanchard b. Chris Markoff … Rene Goulet and Dusty
Rhodes drew … Nick Kozak b. Ramon Valdez … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, July 30, 1968
(The Sportatorium) …Texas State Heavyweight Champion Grizzly Smith b. Spoiler I (2/3)
… Billy “Red” Lyons b. Gary Hart (2/3) … Joe Blanchard and Nick Kozak b. Danny
Plechas and Smasher Sloan … Rene Goulet b. Billy Garrett … Kurt Hess (local debut) b.
Argentina Apollo … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  According to the July 26, 1968 Dallas Morning News, Smith won the Texas State
Heavyweight Title “in a south Texas match last week.” He beat Spoiler for the
championship.

Dallas, Texas:  Saturday, August 3, 1968
(Turnpike Stadium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Gene Kiniski b. Fritz Von Erich
(Von Erich was unable to return for the ninth fall) (after the match, Von Erich suffered “a
rib injury when kicked by [Dusty] Rhodes,” according to the September 3, 1968 Dallas
Morning News.) … Duke Keomuka b. Dusty Rhodes … Benny Matta and Danny Plechas
drew … Rene Goulet b. Pedro Valdez … Billy “Red” Lyons b. Smasher Sloan …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (10,000+ fans)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 6, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Kurt Hess b. Duke Keomuka in the finals of a 6-man tournament to
capture the vacant Texas State Brass Knuckles Title (2/3) … Duke Keomuka b. Dusty
Rhodes … Kurt Hess b. Grizzly Smith … Sky-Hi McKenzie and Spoiler I drew and both
were eliminated … Rene Goulet and Nick Kozak b. Spoiler II and Firpo Zbyszko …
Argentina Apollo b. Danny Plechas (DQ) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  Reportedly the Texas Brass Knuckles Title had “been vacant for several weeks.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 13, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith, Duke Keomuka and Sky-Hi McKenzie b. Gary Hart,
“Dirty” Dusty Rhodes and Spoiler I (2/3) … Danny Plechas b. Jack Vansky (Plechas was
a substitute for Seiji Sakaguchi) … Smasher Sloan b. Argentina Apollo … Duke Keomuka
and Spoiler I drew … Sky-Hi McKenzie b. Dusty Rhodes … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  According to the August 14, 1968 Dallas Morning News, Sakaguchi “was present
but not cleared by customs to be licensed.” Sakaguchi, “Japan’s youthful judo champion,”
weighed 280 pounds and was supposed to make his Dallas debut.

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 20, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Spoiler I b. Grizzly Smith to capture the Texas State Heavyweight
Title (2/3) (Spoiler agreed to unmask if he lost) … Smasher Sloan b. Nick Kozak … Les
Welch b. Jack Vansky … Pantera Negro (local debut) b. Firpo Zbyszko … Kurt Hess and
Dusty Rhodes b. Argentina Apollo and Rene Goulet … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, August 27, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Dusty Rhodes and Spoiler I b. Duke Keomuka and Lou Thesz
(2/3) (Spoiler won the first fall, “Thesz evened the bout but fell short in the third fall”) …
Seiji Sakaguchi (local debut) b. Ramon Valdez … Sky-Hi McKenzie b. Kurt Hess (DQ) …
Pantera Negro b. Billy Garrett … Rene Goulet b. Jack Vansky … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)
Note:  The Dallas Morning News reported that Sakaguchi was “Japan’s 1966 judo
champion and 5-degree black belt.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 3, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Fritz Von Erich b. Dusty Rhodes (2-0) (special challenge match) …
Grizzly Smith and Sky-Hi McKenzie b. The Spoilers (I and II) … Kurt Hess b. Tiger Conway
… Pantera Negro b. Jim Starr … Benito Matta b. Ramon Valdez … (promoter:  Ed
McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 10, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Gary Hart and Spoiler I b. Grizzly Smith and Fritz Von Erich to
capture the American Tag Team Title (2/3) (Smith was injured during the second fall,
leaving Von Erich to wrestle alone in the third) … Pantera Negro b. Kurt Hess … Sky-Hi
McKenzie b. Smasher Sloan … Seiji Sakaguchi b. Mike Paidousis (DQ) … Nick Kozak and
Dusty Rhdoes drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 17, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith, Sky-Hi McKenzie and Fritz Von Erich b. Joe
Blanchard, Gary Hart and Spoiler I (2/3) … Pantera Negro b. Dusty Rhodes (DQ) …
Smasher Sloan b. Nick Kozak … Rene Goulet b. Bobby Pico … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, September 24, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Joe Blanchard and Fritz Von Erich wrestled to a draw (1-1)
(Blanchard won the first fall, the two battled to a double disqualification in the second,
and Von Erich took the final) … Seiji Sakaguchi b. Dusty Rhodes … Grizzly Smith and
Sky-Hi McKenzie b. The Spoilers (I and II) … Rene Goulet b. Kurt Hess … Pantera Negro
b. Bobby Pico … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 1, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Fritz Von Erich b. Joe Blanchard (Texas Death Match) (Blanchard
won the initial fall, but suffered an injury during the second that prevented him from
continuing for the third) … Evelyn Stevens b. Kay Noble … Sky-Hi McKenzie b. Spoiler I
(DQ) … Rene Goulet and Grizzly Smith wrestled Kurt Hess and Spoiler II to a draw …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 8, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Chief Big Heart b. Kurt Hess in the finals of a 12-man battle royal
(Big Heart won $1,000) … Chief Big Heart b. Tommy O’Brien … Joe Blanchard b. Sky-Hi
McKenzie … Kurt Hess and Bobby Pico b. Tiger Conway and Seiji Sakaguchi … Spoiler II
b. Rene Goulet … Spoiler I and Grizzy Smith drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 15, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … American Heavyweight Champion Fritz Von Erich b. Spoiler I (2/3)
(title vs. mask match) (Spoiler was unmasked, but according to the Dallas Morning News,
“Spoiler One did not identify himself.”) … Joe Blanchard and Gary Hart b. Sky-Hi
McKenzie and Grizzly Smith … Chief Big Heart b. Kurt Hess (DQ) … Smasher Sloan b.
Seiji Sakaguchi … Frankie Hester b. Bobby Pico … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 22, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Dick Raines b. Marvin Jones (Jones agreed to retire from
refereeing if he lost the bout) (special “lights out” match) … Grizzly Smith b. Joe
Blanchard (DQ) … Spoiler I b. Chief Big Heart (2/3) (Spoiler “was identified as Butcher
Jardine,” according to the Dallas Morning News) (this marked Jardine’s first match in
Dallas without a mask and hadn’t revealed his identity publically to Dallas fans prior to
this show) … Rene Goulet b. Bobby Pico … Smasher Sloan b. Pantera Negro …
(promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, October 29, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Gary Hart and Don Jardine wrestled The Von Erichs (Fritz and
Waldo Von Erich) to a double disqualification (1-1) … Grizzly Smith b. Kurt Hess …
Smasher Sloan b. Frankie Hester … Rene Goulet b. Tommy O’Brien … Pantera Negro b.
Seiji Sakaguchi … (promoter:  Ed McLemore) … (referee:  Danny Plechas)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 5, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … American Heavyweight Champion Fritz Von Erich b. Joe Blanchard
(2/3) … Pantera Negro b. Bobby Pico … Smasher Sloan b. Kurt Hess … Chief Big Heart
b. Baron Raschke (local debut) (reverse decision) … Don Jardine and Waldo Von Erich
drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 12, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Gary Hart and Don Jardine b. Grizzly Smith and Smasher Sloan …
Tiger Conway b. Pantera Negro … Danny Plechas b. Frankie Hester … Baron Raschke
b. Bobby Pico … Dan Miller b. Rene Goulet … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 19, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Gene Kiniski and Waldo Von
Erich drew (60:00) … Lou Thesz b. Joe Blanchard (DQ) … Baron Raschke b. Danny
Plechas … Tiger Conway b. Bobby Pico … Kurt Hess b. Frankie Hester … Pantera Negro
b. Rene Goulet … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, November 26, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Grizzly Smith, Smasher Sloan and Fritz Von Erich b. Joe
Blanchard, Gary Hart and Don Jardine … Baron Raschke b. Frankie Hester and Rene
Goulet to win a special handicap match (Raschke beat both men within 30:00) … Dan
Miller b. Kurt Hess … Tiger Conway b. Danny Plechas (DQ) … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 3, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Baron Raschke b. Waldo Von Erich … Grizzly Smith wrestled an
exhibition with Terrible Ted the Bear … Gary Hart and Don Jardine b. Dan Miller and
Pantera Negro … Danny Plechas b. Bobby Pico … Tiger Conway and Smasher Sloan
drew … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Notes:  According to the December 4, 1968 edition of the Dallas Morning News:  “Two
months ago in Belgium, Raschke defeated [Waldo] Von Erich for the European title.” The
December 3, 1968 newspaper stated that Von Erich “won the European crown on a
recent tour, but lost it to Raschke in a Belgium match before returning to Dallas.” Dan
Miller was billed as “Dr. Dan Miller, a PHD from Ohio State.”

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 10, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Dan Miller b. Don Jardine to capture the Texas State Heavyweight
Title … Baron Raschke b. Joe Blanchard (2/3) … Grizzly Smith and Waldo Von Erich b.
Kurt Hess and Bobby Pico … Crusher Kowalski b. Smasher Sloan … Gary Hart b.
Pantera Negro … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)

Dallas, Texas:  Tuesday, December 17, 1968
(The Sportatorium) … Dan Miller and Fritz Von Erich b. Gary Hart and Don Jardine to
capture the American Tag Team Title (2/3) … Baron Raschke b. Grizzly Smith … Joe
Blanchard b. Smasher Sloan … Waldo Von Erich b. Bobby Pico … Kurt Hess b. Pantera
Negro … (promoter:  Ed McLemore)
Note:  Final show of 1968.

Research by Tim Hornbaker
Dallas Wrestling Results - 1968