- NWA (Georgia) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Don McIntyre (January 26, 1953);
- North Dakota Heavyweight title defeating ????????? (????, 1960) — Lost to Tiny Mills;
- North Dakota Heavyweight title defeating Tiny Mills (August 3, 1960) — Lost to Bob Giegel;
- Stampede International Tag Team titles w/Alexis Bruga defeating ????????? (????, 1962);
- NWA (Mid Atlantic) Southern Tag Team titles w/Bronco Lubich defeating Sam Steamboat & Eddie Graham (May 24, 1965);
- NWA (Mid Atlantic) Southern Tag Team titles w/Bronco Lubich defeating Johnny Weaver & George Becker (????, 1966);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Tag Team titles w/Bronco Lubich defeating Buddy Fuller & Lester Welch (November 21, 1967);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Tag Team titles w/Bronco Lubich defeating Eddie Graham & Lester Welch (March 11, 1968);
- Aldo Bogni frequently teamed with Bronco Lubich in the West and in the South..
- March 17, 1966: Aldo Bogni & Bronko Lubitch defeated Johnny Weaver & George Becker for the Atlantic Coast Tag Team Titles
- November 12, 1966: Aldo Bogni & Bronko Lubitch defeated Eddie Graham & Sam Steamboat for the Southern Tag Team Titles
- Aldo Bogni also formed a rough tag team with Vincent Lopez in Georgia and feuded with The Soto Bothers..The Super Pro in Georgia:
- October 24, 1969: The Professional & Aldo Bogni faced the Assassins in Atlanta, Georgia..Robert Louis Howell wrote: Bogni was technically still managed by the Assassins, but wanted the match to show them up for forcing him to unmask as the Super Pro and thus protect their masks. The match is listed as a win for the Pro and Bogni but they were at each other the next week and Ray Mackay wrote in the Atlanta program “The Ringsider” that the Bogni/Pro alliance was disastrous. Bogni must have turned on Gilbert at some point. The Assassins were likely DQ’ed. Did anyone see this match to confirm/deny this typo?
- November 7, 1969: The Professional defeated Aldo Bogni in Atlanta, Georgia..
Robert Louis Howell wrote: The Super Protege pinned Super Assailant 2 (Frank Martinez) to win a losers unmask match between The Assassins & Super Pro and Mario Galento & The Super Assailants in Atlanta at the City Auditorium.
The Assassins & The Super Pro lost a loser unmask match to The Professional & Louis Tillet & Tex McKenzie. The Assassins swore if they lost it would be one of them who unmasked. When Mackenzie pinned Bogni they turned on him.
DECEMBER 1969: Aldo Bogni began managing and teaming with Bronco Lubich and Chris Markoff (The Yugoslavs) in FL while wrapping up his GA tour. Bogni was said to have been in semi retirement but was actually wrestling full time in Atlanta.