Washington D.C.:  Thursday, July 3, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) wrestled The
Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) to a no contest (Kangaroos were
accompanied by Red Berry) (The main event was not shown on television) … NWA World
Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Man Mountain Managoff … Johnny Valentine b.
Steve Stanlee … Chief Big Heart and Chief Kit Fox b. Tony Cosenza and Soldier Barry …
Mark Lewin b. Chito Lopez … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, July 10, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Johnny Valentine b. Chief Big Heart (DQ) … The Graham Brothers
(Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham b. Luis Martinez and Buddy Rosen … The Kangaroos (Al
Costello and Roy Heffernan) b. The Great Scott and Chito Lopez … Don Curtis b. Soldier
Barry … Steve Stanlee b. Tony Cosenza … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, July 17, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Chief Big Heart vs. Johnny Valentine … Irish Jackie and Tom Thumb
vs. Fuzzy Cupid and Tito Infante … U.S. Tag Team Champions Don Curtis and Mark
Lewin vs. Man Mountain Managoff and Steve Stanlee … China Mira vs. Nell Stewart …
Chief Kit Fox vs. Danny Ferrazo … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, July 24, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, July 31, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … United States Tag Team Champions Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs.
Bozo Brown and Steve Stanlee (Curtis and Lewin were billed as the new titleholders) …
“Cowboy” Rocky Lee vs. Johnny Valentine … The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and
Roy Heffernan) vs. Tony Cosenza and Luis Martinez … Chito Lopez vs. Skull Murphy …
Jack Donovan vs. Buddy Rosen … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, August 7, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Antonino Rocca and Johnny Valentine were both counted out … Paul
Anderson b. Harry Lewis … The Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) b. Don
Leeds and Chito Lopez … Don Curtis and Mark Lewin b. Soldier Barry and Miguel Torres
… The Great Scott b. “Irish” Jack Donovan … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, August 14, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Paul Anderson b. Miguel Torres (5:00) … The Graham Brothers (Dr.
Jerry and Eddie Graham) wrestled Chief Big Heart and Chief Kit Fox to a no decision …
Johnny Valentine b. Ed Jarque … The Great Scott b. Luis Martinez (dec.) … Don Curtis
and Mark Lewin wrestled The Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) drew …
(promoter:  Vincent McMahon) … (2,560 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, August 21, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs. The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello
and Roy Heffernan) … Larry Hamilton vs. Antonino Rocca … Skull Murphy and Karl Von
Hess vs. Chief Big Heart and Chief Kit Fox … Luis Martinez vs. Johnny Valentine … Chito
Lopez vs. Arnold Skaaland … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, August 28, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … United States Tag Team Champions Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs.
The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) … Paul Anderson vs. Steve Stanlee
… The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy Heffernan) b. Marvin Mercer and
Buddy Rosen … Chief Big Heart vs. Miguel Torres … Chief Kit Fox vs. The Great Scott …
(promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, September 4, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) b. Don Curtis and
Mark Lewin to capture the United States Tag Team Title (2/3) … Chief Big Heart and
Chief Kit Fox b. Jack Donovan and Miguel Torres … Bull Curry b. Don Leeds … Chito
Lopez b. Marvin Mercer … Bolo Hakawa b. Tony Cosenza … (promoter:  Vincent
McMahon)
Notes:  As Dr. Jerry Graham was leaving the ring, he was stabbed in the chest by a fan.  
He suffered a six inch cut and was taken to a local hospital and later released.

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, September 11, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … United States Tag Team Champions The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry
and Eddie Graham) vs. Chief Big Heart and Antonino Rocca … Haystacks Calhoun vs.
Jack Terry … Mr. Hito and Mr. Moto vs. Gregory Jarque and Chito Lopez … The Sheik
vs. Arnold  Skaaland … Bull Curry vs. Bolo Hakawa … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)


Washington D.C.:  Thursday, September 25, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … NWA World Heavyweight Champion Dick Hutton b. Ludwig Von Krupp
… (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, October 2, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Chief Big Heart and Chief Kit Fox vs. The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al
Costello and Roy Heffernan) … Haystacks Calhoun vs. Jack Donovan and Danny
Ferrazo (special handicap match) … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, October 6, 1958
(Uline Arena) … Haystacks Calhoun vs. The Fabulous Kangaroos (Al Costello and Roy
Heffernan) … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)
Notes:  McMahon’s initial program at the Uline.  A non-televised wrestling show.

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, October 9, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … World Tag Team Champions Miguel Perez and Antonino Rocca vs.
Bull Curry and The Sheik … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) vs.
Chito Lopez and Arnold Skaaland … Judy Grable vs. Slave Girl Moolah … Haystacks
Calhoun vs. Jack Terry … Jack Donovan vs. “Cowboy” Rocky Lee … (promoter:  Vincent
McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, October 23, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) vs. Bull Curry
and The Sheik … Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs. Danny McShain and Steve Stanlee …
Chief Kit Fox vs. The Zebra Kid … Arnold Skaaland vs. Soldier Barry … Chito Lopez vs.
Marvin Mercer … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, October 30, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Haystacks Calhoun vs. Steve Stanlee and Ludwig Von Krupp
(handicap match) … Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs. Bull Curry and The Sheik … The
Zebra Kid vs. The Masked Star … Jack Terry vs. Frank Townsend … Chief Kit Fox vs.
Chito Lopez … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Monday, November 3, 1958
(Uline Arena) … Antonino Rocca b. The Zebra Kid (DQ) … Haystacks Calhoun b. Bull
Curry and The Sheik (6:30) … Frank Townsend b. Jack Terry … Jack Donovan and
Arnold Skaaland drew (30:00) … Slave Girl Moolah and Arline Ratliff b. Betty Clark and
Rita Cortez (2/3) … Don Curtis and Mark Lewin b. World Tag Team Champions The
Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) (DQ) (2/3) … (promoter:  Vincent
McMahon) … (referees:  Chief Big Heart, Chief Kit Fox) … (7,219 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, November 6, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) b. Chito Lopez
and Miguel Perez … The Zebra Kids (I and II) b. Bolo Hakawa and Buddy Rosen … The
Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and Huricane Anaya) b. Karl Von Hess and Fritz Von Wallick …
Frank Townsend b. Steve Stanlee … The Great Scott b. Soldier Barry … (promoter:  
Vincent McMahon) … (1,798 fans)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, November 13, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Haystacks Calhoun vs. The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie
Graham) (special handicap match) … Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs. Soldier Barry and
Steve Stanlee … The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and Hurricane Anaya) vs. Jack Terry and
Miguel Torres … Anrold Skaaland vs. Johnny Valentine … Frank Thompson vs. The
Zebra Kid … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, November 20, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … The Lewin Brothers (Donn and Ted Lewin) vs. Skull Murphy and Karl
Von Hess … The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and Hurricane Anaya) vs. Jack Donovan and
The Great Scott … Chief Big Heart vs. Johnny Valentine … The Sheik vs. Frank
Townsend … Bolo Hakawa vs. Bull Koury (Curry) … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, November 27, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Antonino Rocca vs. The Sheik … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and
Eddie Graham) vs. The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and Hurricane Anaya) … The Lewin
Brothers (Donn and Ted Lewin) vs. The Zebra Kids … Arnold Skaaland vs. Tokyo Joe …
Buddy Rosen vs. Johnny Valentine … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, December 4, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Television Champion Johnny Valentine vs. The Great Scott and Frank
Townsend (special handicap match) … The Zebra Kids vs. Chito Lopez and Arnold
Skaaland … Donn Lewin vs. Skull Murphy … Cyclone Anaya vs. Steve Stanlee … Buddy
Rosen vs. Tokyo Joe … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)
Note:  The December 4, 1958 edition of the Washington Post and Times Herald stated
that Johnny Valentine was the “new TV wrestling champion.”

Washington D.C.:  Monday, December 8, 1958
(Uline Arena) … The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry and Eddie Graham) and Bobby Davis
vs. The Lewin Brothers (Donn and Mark Lewin) and Don Curtis … Slave Girl Moolah and
Sylvia Torres vs. Betty Allen and Judy Grable … The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and
Hurricane Anaya) vs. Bull Curry and The Sheik … Johnny Valentine vs. The Original
Zebra Kid … Frank Townsend vs. Zebra Kid II … Miguel Perez vs. Tokyo Joe …
(promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, December 11, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Chief Big Heart and Chief Kit Fox vs. The Graham Brothers (Dr. Jerry
and Eddie Graham) … The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and Hurricane Anaya) vs. The
Zebra Kids … Judy Grable vs. Slave Girl Moolah … Skull Murphy vs. The Sheik … Jack
Donovan vs. Johnny Valentine … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, December 18, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Haystacks Calhoun vs. The Zebra Kids (I and II) … United States Tag
Team Champions Don Curtis and Mark Lewin vs. Skull Murphy and Eric Von Stroheim …
The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and Hurricane Anaya) vs. Ludwig Von Krupp and Fritz Von
Wallick … Chito Lopez vs. Tokyo Joe … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)
Note:  It was reported on December 18, 1958 that Curtis and Lewin “recaptured their
championship last week” in the Washington Post and Times Herald.

Washington D.C.:  Thursday, December 25, 1958
(Capitol Arena) … Haystacks Calhoun vs. The Zebra Kids (I and II) … Bolo Hakawa vs.
Johnny Valentine … Bull Curry vs. Frank Townsend … The Anaya Brothers (Cyclone and
Hurricane Anaya) vs. Tony Cosenza and Doc Doganero … Arnold Skaaland vs. Jack
Terry … (promoter:  Vincent McMahon)


Research by Tim Hornbaker
November 6, 2010
Washington, D.C. Wrestling Results - 1958