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Mr Wrestling II

Title History

  • NWA Texas Tag Team titles w/Amazing Zuma defeating Andre Bollet & Frank Valois (1959);
  • NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Len Rossi defeating The Mighty Yankees (September ??, 1968);
  • NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Len Rossi defeating Great Mephisto & Dante (1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Ken Lucas defeating The Mighty Yankees (Febuary 2, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Ken Lucas defeating The Mighty Yankees (March 13, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Bob Ramstead defeating Johnny Long & Tojo Yamamoto (April 28, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Sundown Kid defeating Johnny Long & Tojo Yamamoto (June 9, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Bearcat Brown defeating Great Mephisto & Dante (June 21, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) World Tag Team titles w/Bearcat Brown defeating Great Mephisto & Dante (July 5, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Dennis Hall defeating Johnny Long & Tojo Yamamoto (August 11, 1969);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Dennis Hall defeating Al & Don Greene (January 19, 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) United States Junior Heavyweight title defeating (Febuary 9, 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) United States Junior Heavyweight title defeating Bobby Hart (July 28, 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Tojo Yamamoto defeating Interns (August 24, 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) United States Junior Heavyweight title defeating Don Greene (September 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) United States Tag Team titles w/Oni Maivia defeating Frank Martinez & Al Greene (September 9, 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Bearcat Brown defeating Jerry & David Novak (December 23, 1970);
  • NWA (Mid America) Southern Tag Team titles w/Dennis Hall defeating Jerry Jarrett & Tojo Yamamoto (1971);
  • NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Rene Goulet (March 23, 1971);
  • NWA (Mid America) United States Junior Heavyweight title defeating Don Greene (1972);
  • NWA Florida Tag Team titles w/Boris Malenko defeating The Professional & Mike Webster (June 24, 1972);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Sputnik Monroe (January ??, 1973);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Bob Orton Jr. defeating Super Infernos (June 9, 1973);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Bill Watts (August 31, 1973);
  • NWA Macon Tag Team titles w/Tim Woods defeating Super Infernos (October 30, 1973);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Ron Fuller (January 11, 1974);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Tim Woods defeating Ole & Gene Anderson (August 2, 1974);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Buddy Colt (August 30, 1974);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Tim Woods defeating Ole & Gene Anderson (September 6, 1974);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Nikolai Volkoff (October 3, 1975);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Dick Slater (October 26, 1976);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Mr. Wrestling I defeating Ole & Gene Anderson (January 14, 1977);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Dick Slater (July 22, 1977);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Stan Hansen (1978);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Tony Atlas defeating Jacques Goulet & Ole Anderson (Febuary 1978);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Angelo Mosca (October 16, 1978);
  • Mid South North American Heavyweight title defeating Ernie Ladd (Febuary 16, 1979);
  • NWA Georgia Heavyweight title defeating Masked Superstar (January 12, 1980);
  • NWA Georgia Tag Team titles w/Mr. Wrestling I defeating Assassins (September 19, 1980);
  • NWA Florida Heavyweight title defeating The Spoiler (December 1981);
  • NWA Florida Heavyweight title defeating James J. Dillon (April 1982);
  • Mid South Tag Team titles w/Tiger Conway Jr. defeating Matt Borne & Ted Dibiase (March 12, 1983);
  • Mid South Tag Team titles w/Magnum T.A defeating Jim Neidhart & Butch Reed (December 25, 1983);
  • Mid South North American Heavyweight title defeating Junkyard Dog (March 12, 1984);
  • NWA (Southeastern) Continental Heavyweight title defeating Bob Armstrong (August 1984);
  • NWA (Southeastern) Alabama Heavyweight title defeating Mike Golden (April 26, 1987);
  • HCW (Hawaii Championship Wrestling) Kekaulike Tag Team titles w/Mr. Wrestling III defeating Manu Samoa (October 13, 2007);

Career Highlights

  • Mid-50s: Johnny Walker debuted in wrestling and by 1958 was a regular peformer for Frank Tunney in Toronto..
  • June 5, 1983: Larry Zbyszko defeated Mr. Wrestling II in a tournament final for the Georgia National Heavyweight title
  • Mr. Wrestling II wrestled in the Mid-South Wrestling territory where he often teamed with Mr Wrestling I..
  • Mr. Wrestling II was the favorite wrestler of the former president Jimmy Carter..
  • Mr. Wrestling II was inducted into the WCW Hall of Fame..
  • August 10, 2004–GCW – Fred Ward Tribute Show: Johnny “Mr Wrestling II” Walker presented the GCW title to Jason Cross..
  • 2006: Johnny Walker is now the head trainer at Hawaii Championship Wrestling on the island of Hawaii..
  • October 13, 2007–HCW: Mr. Wrestling II & Mr. Wrestling III beat Manu Samoa to win the HCW Kekaulike World Tag Team titles
  • January 12, 2008–HCW: Toa Samoa beat Mr. Wrestling 3 & Kaimana (sub for II) to win the HCW Kekaulike World Tag Team titles
  • ~~~Kaimana turned on Mr. Wrestling III with Kaimana’s Ego Trip – Ete got the pin on III and Toa Samoa became the 2X champs..
  • August 2008: Johnny “Mr. Wrestling #2″ Walker recently suffered two strokes, but is on his way to recovery..

    George Ashburn wrote: Mr. Wrestling II’s wife was a talented seamstress & costume maker. Many of her clients were Counrty Music Performers including Porter Waggoner. In an interview that Ric Flair gave, he says that a lot of his robes were made by her. Thanks.