May 23, 1988 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Dixon, Illinois: Stormy Apollo and Tank Melson b The Tokyo Bullets, Larry Cameron b Good Shepherd, Candi Devine b Ondi Austin to win the Windy City Women’s title, The Beach Boys b The Hangmen, Lord Littlebrook b Little Coco in a Midget’s match, The Terminators b The Dream Team, Steve Regal b Colonel DeBeers.
August 12, 1988 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Chicago, Illinois: Thor (Rhett Bobzien) b Pancho Oliva, The Beach Boys b The Tokyo Bullets, Larry Cameron b Stormy Apollo, Lance Allen and Eddie Strong b Buddy Rose and Doug Somers, Tank Melson b Abdullah the Butcher w/Tony Montana by DQ (Originally booked as Bruiser Brody vs John Nord, but Brody had been killed in Puerto Rico), Debbie Combs b Ondi Austin, “Mr. Electricty” Steve Regal b Colonel DeBeers by DQ, The Original Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey and Randy Rose w/Paul E. Dangerously) b The Terminators, Bam Bam Bigelow won a 14-Man Battle Royal.
February 11, 1989 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Chicago, Illinois: Twin Turbo w/Yugo Odak b Pancho Oliva, The Hangmen w/JR Dallas b The Dream Team, Tank Melson b Curly Rich, Thor vs Dave Kasper ended in a draw, Dazzler b Ondi Austin to win the Windy City Women’s title, The Terminators b Buddy Rose and Doug Somers, Hurricane Smith b Tarzan w/Jane, Storm Apollo b Tolos The Greek, The Tokyo Bullets (w/Tony Montana and Tiny) b The Beach Boys, The Hangmen b Tolos The Greek and Butler Stevens, Terminator Riggs b Crazy Horse, Jim Brunzell b Steve Regal by DQ, Jonnie Stewart b Butler Stevens, John Nord and Hurricane Smith b Buddy Rose and Doug Somers.
February 17, 1989 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Lockport, Illinois: The Tokyo Bullets (w/Tony Montana and Tiny) b Pancho Oliva and Rockin’ Randy Ricci, Dave Kasper b Colonel DeBeers, Miss Kitty b Dazzler by DQ, Sonny Rogers b Jonnie Stewart by DQ, The Hangmen vs The Terminators ended in a No Contest, Steve Regal b Jim Brunzell, Wahoo McDaniel b Manny Fernandez by Countout, Sonny Rogers and Hurricane Smith co-won a Battle Royal.
March 18, 1989 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Chicago, Illinois: Tank Melson b Tarzan w/Jane, Thor (w/Dave Kasper) b Twin Turbo #1 (w/Twin Turbo #2 and Yugo Odak), Sonny Rogers (w/Sam DeCero and Hurricane Smith) b Jonnie Stewart (w/Tony Montana), Steve Regal b Jim Brunzell, The Terminators b The Hangmen w/JR Dallas, Colonel DeBeers b Ken Patera.
April 1, 1989 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Malta, Illinois: Thor b Twin Turbo #1 w/Yugo Odak, Hurricane Smith b The Tokyo Bullets in a Handicap match, Ondy Austin b Dazzler to win the Windy City Women’s title, Sonny Rogers w/Sam DeCero b Jonnie Stewart (w/Tony Montana and Tiny), The Terminators vs The Hangmen w/JR Dallas ended in a No Contest, Steve Regal b Ken Patera.
April 22, 1989 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Niles, Illinois: Tyrant w/Yugo Odak b Gnat, The Tokyo Bullets b The Golden Boyz, Twin Turbo b Rockin’ Randy Ricci, Sonny Rogers b Tarzan w/Jane, Ondy Austin b Candi Devine w/JR Dallas, Jim Brunzell b Tank Melson, The Terminators b Steve Regal and Jonnie Stewart w/Tony Montana.
October 6, 1990 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Sullivan, Illinois: Stormy Granzig b PC Austin, The Bartster b The Rebel, Tanya b The Goddess, Ricky Rice w/Golden Idol b Jerry Lynn, The Hangmen b Rhett Royal and The UItimate New Kid, Baron Von Raschke b Jonnie Stewart, Rhett Royal won a Battle Royal.
June 24, 1992 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Cambridge, Illinois: Trevor Blanchard b The Shogun Assassin, Cowboy Luttrell b Little Tokyo in a Midget’s Match, Mike Anthony b Danny Boy Hawkins, “Iron ” Mike Samson w/The Zebra Kid b Ron Hanson by DQ, Ron Powers w/Psycho b KC Knight, The Dream Warriors b The Texas Hangmen, Anthony won a Battle Royal.
May 18, 2002 – Windy City Pro Wrestling’s – Battle of the Belts in Cicero, Illinois before 1,000 fans: Acid b Airborne, Polish Crippler and Gino Latino and J-Dogg b Riot and Tank and Chaos, Acid Jac and D-Lyte and Danny B. Goode b Severance and Millennium and J.T. Freeze, Crippler and Latino and J-Dogg b Acid and D-Lyte and Danny B. Goode, Great Milkeno b Robbie Dawber, 9-Mil b Milenko, 2000CC b Los Mexicanos and Naughty By Nature, Ivan Manson b Mike Anthony, Vito Fontaine NC Julian, Psycho b DOC, Studd Clubb b Void Effect, Pokerface b Willie Richardson, Baltazar b Terry Allen, Ripper Manson b Steve Boz, Acid Jazwon 40 man 2 ring ladder Battle Royal.
September 28, 2002 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Chicago, Illinois at Taft High School before 400 fans: Acid b Great Milinko, Carnage b Mike Anthony, Baltazar vs Acid ended in a No Contest, Vic Ferrari and Fankie Valiant b Steve Stone and 9-Mil, Ripper and Ivan Manson and Severance b Polish Crippler and Gino Latino and Lil J Dogg, Super Loco and DOC vs Polish Crippler ended in a No Contest, Terry Allen b Polish Crippler by DQ, Cortezi and Chris Chaos b Violator and Damian dunn, Robbie Dawber b Steve Boz by DQ, Vito Fontaine b Julian the Warlock.
March 15, 2003 – Windy City Pro Wrestling – Lee Sanders Memorial Tournament in Chicago, Illinois: Robby Dawber b Acid Jaz (1st Round), Cassius b Mike Anthony (1st Round), Carnage b Steve Boz (1st Round), Baltazar b Terry Allen (1st Round), Robbie Dawber b Cassius (2nd Round), Baltazar b Carnage (2nd Round), Vito 2 Fingers b Ripper Manson by Countout, Baltazar b Robbie Dawber in the Finals to win the Tournament – – Notes: Lee Sanders was a wrestler who used the name Sgt. Storm that died from cancer in 2002.
July 19, 2003 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Chicago, Illinois: Kraz b Justin Adams, Acid Jaz b Mac Johnson, Carnage b Cassius, Special Forces vs The Brotherhood ended in a Double DQ, Matt Taylor and Trinity (not TNA/ECW one) b Vic Ferrari and Sosay, Baltazar vs Mike Anthony ended in a Double DQ, Terry Allen and Steve Boz b Cameron Cage and Havok, Robby Dawber b Nick Dinsmore.
July 30, 2003 – Windy City Pro Wrestling in Kankakee, Illinois: Valk b Ivan Manson and Havok in a 3-WAY, Gino Latino b Mike Anthony, Acid Jaz b Bret Douglas, Sosay b Crystal Carmichael in Women’s match, Special Forces b The Collection Agency, Terry Allen and Steve Boz b Abbadon and Baltazar, Robby Dawber b Cameron Cage, Vito Fontaine b Jerry “The King” Lawler, Jerry Lawler won a Battle Royal.
August 2, 2003 – Windy City Pro Wrestling – TV Taping in Chicago, Illinois: Acid Jaz b Justin Adams, Vito Fontaine b Carnage, Damian Dunn b Knox, Mike Anthony b DOC, Sosay won a Bikini Contest, Cameron Cage b Havok, Acid Jaz and Vito Fontaine and Sosay b Robby Dawber and Krez and Stud Muffin, Christopher Valk b 3M, Ripper Manson b Cassius, Mike Anthony b Tank, Terry Allen and Steve Boz b Bret Douglas and Justin Adams, Gino Latino b Krez, Abbadon b Ivan Manson.
March 10, 2007 – Windy City Pro Wrestling – 7th Annual Lee Sanders Memorial Tournament in Chicago, Illinois: Mitch Blake b Rudo Cortez in the 1st Round, Curse b Ivan Manson in the 1st Round, Baltazar b Dameon Dunn in the 1st Round, Acid Jaz b Steve Boz in the 1st Round, Mitch Blake b Curse in the 2nd Round, Acid Jaz b Baltazar in the 2nd Round, “The Bomb” Willie Richardson b Trauma to retain the UAPW Heavyweight title, D.T.A. and Wicked b Sean Mulligan and Vito Fontaine to retain the WCPW Tag Team titles, Mitch Blake b Acid Jaz in the Finals to win the Tournament.
April 13, 2007 – Windy City Pro Wrestling – Martha’s Mayhem 5 in Morton Grove, Illinois: “The Fury” Rick Walsh b 7 Deadly Sins member Don GREED, Isaias Velazquez b Angel Rodriguez to retain the WCPW Lightweight title, “The Danny boy” Sean Mulligan b WCPW League Champion Curse by DQ, Rudo Cortez b Jordan Pryde to retain the UAPW Inner-City title, Baltazar b Wicked to retain the WCPW Heavyweight title, Vito “2 fingers” Fontaine b D.T.A., Abaddon b “The Fury” Mitch Blake in a Lumberjack Match, Steve Boz and Acid Jaz and Ripper Manson b C-Red and The C.U.R.E (Dymond, Rockett, Dunn).
May 12, 2007 – Windy City Pro Wrestling/UAPW – Battle of the Belts 19 in Cicero, Illinois at Cicero Stadium: C-Red won a Battle Royal, Sam DeCero w/V-Factor b C-Red in a Special Challenge match, Mitch Blake won an 8-Man Bare Knuckles Elimination match to win the Bare Knuckles title, Wicked and D.T.A. and Zom b Jordan Pryde and Thomas Sinclair and Ben Cruise in a 6-Man Tag, Trauma b Ivan Manson in a UAPW #1 Contenders match, Dymond b Faith to retain the Ladies title, Gavin Dunn b Vanity to retain the Middleweight title, Rudo Cortez b Dameon Dunn in a UAPW Inner City Match, Isaias Velazquez b Titan to retain the Lightweight title, Curse w/Luzyver b Sean “Dannyboy” Mulligan w/Barney Stone to retain the League title, Baltazar vs. Willie “The Bomb” Richardson ended in a No Contest for the WCPW/UAPW title, Larry Zbyszko b Vito “Two Fingers” Fontaine, Chris Sabin b Marshe Rockett and Acid Jaz in a 3-WAY, Samoa Joe b Steve Boz, Christopher Daniels b Abaddon.
June 24, 2007 – Windy City Pro Wrestling – Summer Fest in Prospect Heights, Illinois: Trauma b Lamar Titan, D.O.C and Butch Banngs b Thomas Sinclair and Carlos Rodriguez, Willie “Da Bomb” Richardson b Jordan Pryde, Marshe Rockett b Lightweight Champion Isaias Velazquez in a Non-Title Match, Ricky Walsh b DTA, Gavin Dunn b Jason Dukes in a Middleweight Title Match, Wicked b Curse in a Non-Title League Match, Victor Vanity and Gino Greed b Steve Boz and Acid Jaz.
July 21, 2007 – Windy City Pro Wrestling/W.O.R.D. (Wrestling Organized for Reaching and Developing) in Hammond, Indiana: Sin (Lamar Titan) w/Satan (Dameon Dunn) b Adam (Isaias Velazquez) w/Eve (Dymond), Doubt (Carlos Rivera) and Disdain (OSB Walsh) and Deceit (Jason Dukes) b Abraham (Vanity) and Isaac (JB) and Jacob (Jordan Pryde), Jesus (Gavin Dunn) b Satan (Dameon Dunn) and Sin (Titan) in a Handicap match, Justice (Wicked) b Judas (Thomas Sinclair), Ring Announcer (Sean Young) and Jesus (Gavin Dunn) b Satan (Dameon Dunn) and Death (Trauma).
July 21, 2007 – Windy City Pro Wrestling – Festival of the Lakes in Hammond, Indiana: Sean Mulligan b 9 Mil, Rudo Cortez b Machine, Abaddon b Jeff Luxon, Acid Jaz and Marshe Rockett b Trystin Hayes and Chase Richards, Steve Boz b Silas Young.
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