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Ron Martinez, who was very helpful in developing this site, passed away Feb. 18 at the age of 57. We can't begin to summarize his importance to wrestling in the area, but for fans unfamiliar with him, this story might help. We will add more reflections in the coming days:
Ron Martinez appreciation
Gorgeous George bombed in his first Madison Square Garden showing in 1949. That's well known. What's less known is that he fared no better in Pittsburgh the next night. Here's the story.
Slowly but surely as we work in a new scanner. Here is a rare Monday show at the Civic Arena and one from 1949 that reads like real wrestling journalism. Also take a look at the details from this 1953 card.
Jack Reynolds had a great voice for broadcasting; one of those strong powerful voices that you could set a stereo system with. Here's an appreciation on the voice of Cleveland wrestling, who died Oct. 16.