Jules Strongbow

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Title History

  • NWA Tri State Tag Team titles w/Terry Orndorff won a tournament (1981);
  • NWA Tri State Tag Team titles w/Eric Embry defeating David & Joel Deaton (1981);
  • WWF Tag Team titles w/Jay Strongbow defeating Mr. Saito & Mr. Fuji (June 28, 1982);
  • WWF Tag Team titles w/Jay Strongbow defeating Mr. Saito & Mr. Fuji (October 26, 1982);
  • NWF (National Wrestling Federation) Tag Team titles w/Navajo Warrior defeating Nikolai Volkoff & Iron Sheik (May 8, 1999);
  • NWF (National Wrestling Federation) Tag Team titles w/Al Bold Eagle;
  • WWWA (Conneticut, Massachusetts) Tag Team titles w/Al Bold Eagle (1993);

Career Highlights

  • Early 1981: Terry Orndorff & Chief Frank Hill won a Tournament to capture the NWA Tri-State Tag Team titles..
  • 1981 Eric Embry & Chief Frank Hill beat Dave & Joel Deaton for the NWA Tri-State Tag Team titles..
  • October 1981: Doug Somers & Porkchop Cash defeated Eric Embry & Chief Frank Hill for the NWA Tri-States Tag Team titles..
  • 1981: He wrestled under the name Frank Hill for a long time before becoming “Jules Strongbow” in the WWWF..
  • March 18, 1983: The Samoans defeated Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow for the WWWF Tag Team titles..
  • After leaving the World Wrestling Federation in late 1983 he worked World Class Championship Wrestling in 1984
  • March 31, 1990 in Philadelphia, PA: Jules Strongbow beat Randy Lewis (11:48) via DQ.
  • July 21, 1990 in Philadelphia, PA: Jules Strongbow beat Mike Sharpe..
  • Worked in indy promotions: Pennsylvania-based National Wrestling Federation and Ohio’s International Wrestling Alliance..

    Gary Black wrote: Frank Hill (Francis Huntington) worked for Leroy McGuirk, with Scandar Ackbar doing the book, in 1980. I worked him several times as did Bill Ash, Jerry Brown, Steve Lawler, and many more. He had a friend in the office in the New York office that got him booked as Jules Strongbow. The difference between Frank and Jay, Frank is a real indian from Wisconsin, not Italy. Frank worked for Leroy at the Tulsa territory, I’m thinking, for over a year, because he was still there when George Scott took the book and then Ack came back several months later. Anyway, Frank’s debut was in Tulsa, OK. as Frank Hill, in 1980.

 


Andrew Lutzke wrote: His real name is Francis Huntington, not Frank Hill…. He broke in as a jobber in the AWA in 1976 and saw his 1st push around 1978 when Wahoo McDaniels did an angle that he trained with Frank and then took him to Japan for that year’s World League Tag Tournament…. Then in 1979 he worked in the Central States area and won the tag belts on July 19 1979 w/ Rufus R Jones – then in 1980 Francis worked the Los Angeles area briefly then went back to the Central States until he moved on to the Tri State Area