- NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Roy Welch defeating ?????????? (August ??, 1950);
- NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Roy Welch defeating Masked Batt & Finis Hall (December 21, 1950);
- MWA (Ohio) World Junior Heavyweight title defeating Frankie Talaber (July 15, 1954);
- NWA Southwest Tag Team titles w/Art Neilson defeating Bob Geigel & Dory Funk Sr. (????, 1956);
- NWA (Georgia) World Tag Team titles w/Art Neilson defeating Pierre LaSalle & Jack O ` Brian (July 26, 1956);
- NWA (Georgia) World Tag Team titles w/Art Neilson defeating Red & Don McIntyre (August 24, 1956);
- NWA Texas Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valentine defeating Albert & Enrique Torres (April 22, 1958);
- NWA (Capitol) United States Tag Team titles w/Jerry Graham defeating Don Curtis & Mark Lewin (September 1, 1958);
- NWA (Capitol) United States Tag Team titles w/Jerry Graham defeating Don Curtis & Mark Lewin (May 27, 1959);
- NWA (Capitol) United States Tag Team titles w/Johnny Valentine defeating Don Curtis & Mark Lewin (November 14, 1959);
- NWA Florida Brass Knuckles title defeating ???????? (April ??, 1960);
- NWA (Capitol) United States Tag Team titles w/Jerry Graham defeating Red & Lou Bastien (April 16, 1960);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Tag Team titles w/Don Curtis defeating Mighty Yankees (May 10, 1960);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Buddy Austin (March 7, 1961);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Ike Eakins defeating Karl & Kurt Von Brauner (August 15, 1961);
- NWA (Florida) United States Tag Team titles w/Dick Steinborn defeating Roy Heffernan & Al Costello (November ??, 1961);
- NWA (Florida) United States Tag Team titles w/Dick Steinborn defeating Taro Miyake & Tojo Yamamoto (November 30, 1961);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title won a tournament (March 17, 1962);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Boris Malenko (November 29, 1962);
- (Georgia) World Heavyweight title defeating Fred Blassie (February 8, 1963);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Hiro Matsuda (August 1, 1963);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Sam Steamboat defeating John & Chris Tolos (June 23, 1964);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Sam Steamboat defeating Tarzan & Tim Tyler (December 10, 1964);
- NWA (Georgia) World Tag Team titles w/Sam Steamboat defeating ????????? (May ??, 1965);
- NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Sam Steamboat won a tournament (September ??, 1965);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Bob Orton Sr. defeating Medics (April 19, 1966);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Bob Orton Sr. won a tournament (May 17, 1966);
- (All Japan) All Asia Tag Team titles w/Killer Karl Kox defeating Michiaki Yoshimura & Hiro Matsuda (June 27, 1966);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Jose Lothario defeating Infernos (October 25, 1966);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Sam Steamboat defeating Sputnik & Rocket Monroe (July 13, 1967);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Tag Team titles w/Lester Welch defeating Aldo Bogni & Bronko Lubich (February 20, 1968);
- NWA Florida Brass Knuckles title defeating Johnny Valentine (June 10, 1968);
- NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Mike Graham defeating Sputnik & Rocket Monroe in a tournament (December 29, 1972);
- NWA Florida Heavyweight title defeating Buddy Colt (????, 1973);
- NWA Florida Tag Team titles w/Mike Graham defeating Rip Hawk & Roger Kirby (????, 1976);
In The Beginning:
- Eddie Gossett wrestled in Texas as “Rip Rogers” and was sometimes billed as the brother of Buddy Rogers..
- May 1958: Eddie Gossett transformed into Eddie Graham and lost a “loser leaves town” match to Pepper Gomezin Texas..
Capitol Wrestling / WWWF:
- June 1958: Eddie Graham debuted in New York City (with the Capitol Wrestling Federation) the “baby brother” of Dr. Jerry Graham..
- Eddie Graham is a member of the legendary “Golden Graham” wrestling family (not legitimately related)..
- Eddie Graham and his fictional “brother” Dr. Jerry Graham became a major tag team combination on the East Coast..
- September 1, 1958: Eddie & Jerry Graham defeated Mark Lewin & Don Curtis to win the WWF United States Tag Team titles..
- ~~~December 11, 1958: Mark Lewin & Don Curtis recaptured the titles..
- May 27, 1959: Eddie & Jerry Graham defeated Mark Lewin & Don Curtis to once again win the WWF US Tag Team titles..
- ~~~November 1959: Eddie was replaced by Johnny Valentine but later returned to team with Jerry in March 1960..
- ~~~April 2, 1960: Red Bastien & Lou Bastien beat the Grahams to win the WWF US Tag Team titles..
- April 16, 1960: Eddie & Jerry Graham defeated the Bastien Brothers to recapture the WWF US Tag Team titles..
- ~~~April 23, 1960: Red & Lou Bastien recaptured the Tag Team titles..
Championship Wrestling from Florida:
In 1960 Eddie Graham enjoyed a run in Luttrell’s territory and in the following year bought into the promotion. Graham and Luttrell then began to run a regularly televised Saturday evening show under the same name. The show’s first and only host was the legendary Gordon Solie. The ‘Dean’ as he was known by some would bring intelligent and lively commentary. The television show was key to CWF’s success as it would often show clips from shows in other cities and towns along with a series of matches and wrestler promotions. The CWF Saturday evening show was taped at the Tampa Sportatorium, which was actually a small studio with seating for about 100 people.
By 1971 Graham would gain complete control of the promotion. This event has been debated by some suggesting that Luttrell was forced out. Then wrestlers Duke Keomuka and Hiro Matsuda would become Graham’s partners. Later Buddy Colt, Dusty Rhodes, Graham’s brother Skip and Gossett become shareholders. Graham would also continue as an active wrestler throughout the 1960s and 70s, introducing his son Mike to the wrestling world. His son would later become a partner in the promotion.
Graham’s business acumen was probably ahead of his times. He realized that his promotion was limited to state of Florida and set about seeking venues that would fit the company’s mold. This was before pay per view specials and Graham’s success relied primarily on ticket sales. Graham did not promote shows in medium or large arenas. Instead Graham sought out local armories (local national guard headquarters) and high school gymnasiums. The promotion also began a newspaper of sort entitled The Grapevine, which could be purchased at shows or via a subscription.
During the late 1970s and into the early 1980s CWF hired Dusty Rhodes as a booker and writer. It was also in Florida that Rhodes began as a singles competitor and turned from heel to babyface. The angles used were the highly successful Kevin Sullivan and his Army of Darkness, Blackjack Mulligan as the ‘brass knuckles’ champion and airing the CWF program in many Caribbean countries, which would open the door for Tyree Pride and his ‘Bahamas Championship’. By now Buddy Colt would become Gordon Solie’s co-host. Additionally because CWF was thought to be airing in Cuba, Graham capitalized on this trend and showed he was once again ahead of the pack when he hired Barbara Clary as an additional co-host. Clary is bilingual and was able to provide Spanish commentary when needed.
Because CWF was part of the NWA board, an organization where Graham would serve as president on two occasions, the promotion would enjoy a series of traveling champions. These included Dory Funk, Jr., his brother Terry, Harley Race and Ric Flair to name just a few. Additionally CWF would become a bit of a ‘proving ground’ for many future stars. These included Lex Luger, Scott Hall and Magnum TA among others. For the fans of CWF it appeared that every month there was either a well-known veteran of the squared circle or promising new talent featured in regular matches. The roster of talent and angles never failed the paying customer with entertainment value.
Unfortunately Vince McMahon and the WWF was about to change the face of professional wrestling with airing their northeast shows in neighboring territories. Graham’s success had run its course. His son Mike Graham would once comment on how the smaller venues enjoyed working with father because he always paid his bills. Undoubtedly the changes in wrestling and depression brought on by then sunk Graham in. Many wrestlers competed in the Florida territory such as the Brisco brothers, Kevin Sullivan, Dick Slater, Wahoo McDaniels, Rick Rude, Sean Royal, Chris Champion, the Youngblood brothers, Jake Roberts, ‘Superstar’ Billy Graham, Black Bart, Ron Bass, Mike Rotundo, Kendall and Barry Windham.