NWA (Tri State) United States Tag Team titles w/Chati Yokouchi defeating Skandor Akbar & Danny Hodge (December ??, 1967);
NWA (Tri State) North American Heavyweight title by winning a tournament (????, 1969);
NWA (Tri State) North American Heavyweight title defeating Danny Hodge (????, 1969);
Chuck Karbo was a mainstay in the Leroy McGuirk’s Tri-State Wrestling territory based in Oklahoma..
Chuck Karbo wrestled in many places throughout the 60s & 70s, including the Midwest, Southwest, Southeast, Mex, Can & Jap.
Chuck Karbo’s name was sometimes erroneously spelled as Carbo on the cards and in magazine results.
1965: Chuck Karbo & Kentucky Butcher had a main event feud with The Kentuckians at the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Though often on the move, Chuck Karbo always seemed to return to Arizona for love of the winter climate..
~~~He took to working in one of the copper mines, where he lost an eye and ended his wretsling career..
~~~~A freak accident occured one day when an electric mine cart hit him in the face and he lost an eye..
Chuck Karbo later opened a bar in Casa Grande, Arizona, where he almost died at the hands of a knife-toting drunken customer.
While an exact death date has never been confirmed, rumors of his passing have existed since the early 1990s..
Height and Weight
6'0" 240 lbs
"Crazy" Chuck Karbo
Karbo Clutch (Modified Camel Clutch)
The Boot Stomp
The Power Slam
Dory Funk Sr.
Cowboy Bob Ellis
Cowboy Bob Yuma
Ron Reed (Buddy Colt)
Fitness model and WWE “Diva of the Decade” Trish Stratus
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