Alex Perez

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Title History

 

  • NWA Southwest Tag Team titles w/Mighty Ortega defeating Dick Hutton & Dory Funk Sr. (March 10, 1960);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Karl & Skull Von Stroheim (January 23, 1964);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Sonny & Jackie Fargo (March 31, 1964);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Sonny & Jackie Fargo (April 23, 1964);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Sonny & Jackie Fargo (June 9, 1964);
  • NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Karl & Kurt Von Brauner (August 10, 1964);
  • NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Joe Scarpa defeating Karl & Kurt Von Brauner (October 15, 1964);
  • NWA (Tennessee) Southern Junior Heavyweight title defeating ???????? (January ??, 1965);
  • NWA (Tennessee) Southern Junior Heavyweight title defeating Rocky Smith (February 8, 1965);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Frankie Cain & Mike Clancy (July 27, 1965);
  • NWA (Tennessee) Southern Junior Heavyweight title defeating Rocky Smith (January 18, 1966);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Mario Milano & Len Rossi (February 9, 1966);
  • NWA Tennessee Tag Team titles w/Mario Galento defeating Buddy Fuller & Lester Welch (November 7, 1967);
  • NWA (Tri State) United States Tag Team titles w/El Gran Tapio defeating Dewey Robertson & Dennis Stamp (July ??, 1973);
  • NWA Western States Tag Team titles w/Dennis Stamp defeating Swede Hanson & Rip Hawk (December ??, 1976);
  • NWA (New Zealand) British Empire/Commonwealth Heavyweight title defeating Ox Baker (September ??, 1982);
  • NWA Australasian Tag Team titles w/Mark Lewin defeating King Kamata & Ox Baker (September 30, 1982);
  • NWA (New Zealand) British Empire/Commonwealth Heavyweight title defeating King Kamata (October ??, 1982);

 

Career Highlights

 

  • Alex Perez was an amature boxer and wrestler before becoming a professional wrestler..
  • Alex “KO” Perez had a gimmick that he had the ‘hardest punch in wrestling’ and was known to be a shooter..
  • January 1973: Alex “KO” Perez worked for All Japan Pro-Wrestling teaming with Mexico Grande (Ricky Romero)..
  • Alex Perez worked for Leroy McGuirk’s Tri-State Wrestling and formed a tag team with a Mexican wrestler named El Gran Tapia..