NWA (Vancouver) Canadian Heavyweight title (4 times);
(Vancouver) International tag titles w/Bob Brown defeating Terry Adonis & Tim Flowers ();
(Vancouver) International tag titles w/Moose Morowski defeating Moondog Moretti & Dean Ho ();
WCCW (Vancouver) Mid Heavyweight title defeating ??????? ();
UWA World Heavyweight title defeating ??????? ();
NWA (Vancouver) Canadian Tag Team titles w/Bob Brown defeating Rick Patterson & Tim Flowers ();
NWA (Vancouver) Canadian Tag Team titles w/Igor Volkoff defeating ???? & ???? ();
MWC Tag Team titles w/Stan Mykietowich defeating ??????? ();
Al Tomko had been a wrestler with the Madison Wrestling Club in Winnipeg in the 1960s..
Al Tomko eventually bought the promotion and amalgamated it with his AWA promotion in 1967..
Al Tomko ran shows affiliated with the AWA in Winnipeg from the mid-1960s through the 1970s..
Al Tomko is credited for launching the career of
Rowdy Roddy Piper.. Al Tomko would sometimes wrestle as “Crazy Legs” Leroy Hirsch..
Al Tomko is known more for his days as a promoter of
NWA: All-Star Wrestling out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.. Al Tomko bought into the Vancouver office in the late 70s when Sandor Kovacs sold his share of the promotion..
Al Tomko pushed himself as the top star, dispite being old, out of shape, and lacking of skills..
Al Tomko gave himself his own Canadian championship five times, and held every title in the promotion at some point..
Al Tomko’s All-Star wrestling closed up around 1989..
Al Tomko has two sons who became wrestlers, Todd Tomko (worked as Rick Davis) and Terry Tomko (worked as The Frog)..
August 5, 2009: Al Tomko passed way at the age of 77.