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 - Rich Tito

APRIL 15, 1967

Another sellout crowd was on hand at The International Amphitheatre for a great night of wrestling. After buying my Lucky Number Program and getting something to eat I sat down to watch the following card.

In the opener, Guy Heenan (Mitchell) easily beat prelim wrestler Santiago Acosta. Mitchell at the time was being billed as Bobby Heenan's brother, so he got automatic heat.

Mitsu Arakawa, who was starting to get a push as a singles wrestler, got the easy pinfall victory with a karate chop to best Cal "Prince" Pullins.

Chris Markoff beat Cowboy Jack Lanza with a variation of the "corkscrew" hold used for years by Chris Tolos.

Reggie Parks went to a twenty-minute draw with Golden Moose Cholak. During the match, Parks let Moose hit him several times in the stomach, showing off his cast iron stomach gimmick.

Main Event # 1 was a classic battle between two of the top stars of the day. 

Wilbur Snyder and Killer Kowalski went at it tooth and nail with Snyder finally coming out on top by putting Kowalski in his abdominal stretch hold.

Kowalski struggled and it looked like Kowalski might break free but Wilbur kept the grip on and finally made Killer submit. This was Kowalski's last match in Chicago as I don't remember him ever coming back in under the AWA-WWA banner.

Main Event # 2 was the big tag battle with Larry Hennig and Harley Race battling Chicago's all time favorites, The Crusher and The Bruiser. As usual, the crowd started their "We Want Blood" chant and pretty soon all four of the boys were bleeding. After the first two falls were split, Bruiser and Crusher got out of hand and the referee had to disqualify them. Hennig and Race got the victory on the DQ.  More...

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