NWA (Toronto) Canadian Open Tag Team titles w/ Billy Watson defeating Al and Tiny Mills (January 7, 1954);
NWA (Calgary) Canadian Tag Team titles w/ Ilio DiPaolo defeating Al and Tiny Mills (November 2, 1954);
(Vancouver) Northwest Tag Team titles w/Ken Kenneth (November 9, 1955);
NWA (San Francisco) World Tag Team titles w/ Ramon Torres defeating Mike and Ben Sharpe (September 21, 1957);
IWA (Australia) World Heavyweight title defeating Killer Kowalski (July 1967);
IWA (Australia) World Heavyweight title defeating Toru Tanaka (November 15, 1968);
IWA (Australia) World Tag Team titles w/ Billy White Wolf defeating Spoiler and Waldo Von Erich (April 25, 1969);
NWA Western States Heavyweight title defeating Dory Funk Sr. (November 13, 1969);
AWA Midwest Heavyweight title defeating Tarzan Tyler (October 10, 1970);
NWA Texas Tag Team titles w/Red Bastien (1974);
NWA (Texas) American Tag Team titles w/ Ken Patera defeating Blackjack Mulligan and Blackjack Lanza (July 22, 1974);
NWA (Texas) American Tag Team titles w/ Johnny Valentine defeating Blackjack Mulligan and Blackjack Lanza (September 23, 1974);
Early 50s: Jack Pfefer launched young Hugh McKenzie’s career as “Goliath” in Texas.
Tex McKenzie made significant impressions everywhere he went; Australia, Canada, Los Angeles, Buffalo, Amarillo, Detroit etc.
Tex McKenzie was inducted into the Stampede (Calgary) Wrestling Hall of Fame and Northwest Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Tex McKenzie designed and built a number of private homes in the Northwestern area of the state of Washington.
May 31, 2001: Tex McKenzie passed away at the age of 70.
Tex McKenzie is said to have been stricken with an abdominal aortic aneurysm while on his boat in the waters off Vancouver Island.