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Sandor Szabo

Title History

 

  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Billy Hanson (January 20, 1937);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Vincent Lopez (September 28, 1937);
  • California State Heavyweight title defeating ???????? (November ??, 1937);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Cy Williams (February 1, 1938);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Purple Shadow [Tournament] (June 7, 1938);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Bill Longson (November 29, 1938);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Lee Henning (July 25, 1939);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Pantaleon Manlapig (February 1, 1940);
  • NWA World Heavyweight title defeating Bronko Nagurski (June 5, 1941);
  • (Minneapolis) World Heavyweight title defeating ??????? (????, 1944);
  • MAC (Montreal) International Heavyweight title defeating Yvon Robert (March 22, 1944);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Dean Detton (August 23, 1944);
  • AWA (Boston) World Heavyweight title defeating Steve Casey (April 25, 1945);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Reb Russell (June 4, 1946);
  • (Minneapolis) World Heavyweight title defeating Len Hall (December 17, 1946);
  • (Minneapolis) World Heavyweight title defeating Cliff Gustafson (June 17, 1947);
  • (Minneapolis) World Heavyweight title defeating Bronko Nagurski (June 1, 1948);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Bronko Nagurski (October 29, 1948);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Gino Garibaldi (July 19, 1949);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Gino Garibaldi (September 27, 1949);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Ray Eckert (January 10, 1950);
  • NWA Hawaii Heavyweight title defeating Hans Schnabel (February 5, 1950);
  • NWA Hawaii Heavyweight title defeating Terry McGinnis (September 3, 1950);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Heavyweight title defeating Mike Sharpe (May 8, 1951);
  • NWA (San Francisco) Pacific Coast Tag Team titles w/Ron Etchison defeating Tom Rice & Hard Boiled Haggerty (October 2, 1951);
  • NWA (San Francisco) World Tag Team titles w/Ron Etchison defeating Mike & Ben Sharpe (February 22, 1952);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) Beat the Champ International Television title defeating Joe Pazandak (April 18, 1952);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) Beat the Champ International Television title defeating George Bollas (March ??, 1953);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) Beat the Champ International Television title defeating Joe Pazandak [Tournament] (????, 1954);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) International TV Tag Team titles w/Wilbur Snyder defeating John Tolos & James Blears (January 25, 1954);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) International TV Tag Team titles w/Bobo Brazil defeating Joe Pazandak & James Blears (November 29, 1954);
  • Alaska State Heavyweight title defeating ????????? (????, 1955);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) Beat the Champ International Television title defeating ??????? (March ??, 1957);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) Beat the Champ International Television title defeating Mr. Moto (September ??, 1957);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) International TV Tag Team titles w/Billy Darnell defeating Tosh Togo & Wild Red Berry (September ??, 1958);
  • NWA (Los Angeles) International TV Tag Team titles w/Edouard Carpentier defeating Legs Wilson & Art Michalik (June 1, 1960);

 

Career Highlights

 

  • Sandor Szabo was his real name, not Peter Sandor, as reported by other resources..
  • Sandor Szabo was a top star in wrestling in the 30s, 40s and 50s and was a huge draw in California..
  • October 13, 1966: Sandor Szabo passed away..