Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, January 13, 1933
( ) ... World Heavyweight Champion Jim Londos b. Ernie Dusek (49:48) ... (promoter:  
Ray Fabiani)



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Wednesday, April 12, 1933
( ) ... Joe Malcewicz b. Stanley Pinto (10:08) ... Sammy Stein b. Mayes McLain (21:25)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, April 21, 1933
( ) ... Gino Garibaldi and George Zaharias were both counted out after a collision ... Hans
Kampfer and Everette Marshall went to a draw ... Dick Raines and Hans Steinke drew




Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, July 21, 1933
( ) ... Everette Marshall b. Ernie Dusek (32:41)
Note:  Outdoor wrestling show.



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, August 11, 1933
( ) ... World Heavyweight Champion Jim Londos b. Everette Marshall (countout) (Marshall
missed a flying tackle and knocked himself out on the floor) (Marshall suffered a cut to
his scalp) (20:12) ... Joe Stecher b. George Zaharias (decision)
Note:  The report claimed that Marshall had the upper hand in the match against Londos
when he missed the flying tackle.


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  September 6, 1933
( ) ... Ernie Dusek b. Charley Strack (58:05)


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, September 22, 1933
( ) ... Everette Marshall b. George Zaharias


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, October 6, 1933
( ) ... Everette Marshall b. Gino Garibaldi (33:49) ... George Zaharias b. Sol Slagel (19:15)




Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, November 3, 1933
( ) ... George Zaharias b. Paul Boesch (44:32)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, November 10, 1933
( ) ... Everette Marshall b. Ray Steele (46:00) ... George Zaharias b. Cliff Olson (25:09)


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, December 1, 1933
( ) ... Everette Marshall b. Jim McMillen (51:14)


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Friday, December 15, 1933
( ) ... Jim Londos b. Everette Marshall (DQ) (1:10:23) (Marshall hit the referee) ...
(promoter:  Ray Fabiani) ... (referee:  Ben Paul)
Notes:  After the match, it was announced that Marshall's purse was going to be held up
pending an investigation by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission.  Marshall would
also be suspended from wrestling in the state until his name was cleared.

On December 18, 1933, Everette Marshall announced that he planned to file a $500,000
damage suit against the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission after the latter body
suspended Marshall pending an investigation.  Marshall claimed he suffered a "mental
relapse" when he attacked the referee and other officials on December 15 in
Philadelphia.  Marshall stated the commission gave his reputation a "black eye." Marshall
and his manager Billy Sandow were in Kansas City at the time of this announcement.




Research by Tim Hornbaker
January 23, 2011
Philadelphia Wrestling Results - 1933