Canadian Tag Team titles w/Pat Barrett defeating Ivan Kameroff & Art Nelson (November 8, 1965);
Canadian Tag Team titles w/Pat Barrett defeating The Black Terror & John Tolos (February 28, 1966);
November 28 1960 in Vancouver Canada Tim Geohagen beat Viking Morse
June 2 1972 in Atlanta Georgia Tim Geohagen beat Rocket Monroe with the sleeper
June 18, 1963: Tim Geohagen defeated Jack Bence in Macon, Georgia
June 19, 1963: Tim Geohagen defeated Tito Kopa in Columbus Gerrgia
June 21, 1963: Tim Geohagen won a 7 man Battle Royal in Atlanta Georgia
~~~Participants: Silento Rodriguez, Jack Bence, Bill Dromo, Derrel Cochran, and Corsica Joe
May 19, 1967: Tim Geohagen & Mr. Wrestling defeated Bozo Brown & Oki Shikina in Atlanta
May 26, 1967: Tim Geohagen defeated Oki Shikina in Atlanta, Georgia
June 2, 1967: Tim Geohagen defeated Ron Garvin.in Atlanta, Georgia
June 17, 1967: Sat & Butcher Vachon defeated Tim Geohagen & Mr Wrestling on Atlanta TV
January 22, 1968: Tim Geohagen vs. Paul Demarco ended in a draw in Columbus, Georgia
January 26, 1968: Tim Geohagen & Johnny Walker defeated Oki Shikina & Karl Von Stroheim in Atlanta
February 13, 1968: Hans Schmidt defeated Tim Geohagen in Atlanta, Georgia
August 9 1968: Tim Geohagen & Mario Galento defeated Joe Turco & Guillotine Gordon
November 30, 1969: Buddy Fuller defeated Tim Geohagen in Atlanta, Georgia
December 26, 1969: Tim Geohagen defeated Mike Burns in Atlanta
December 27, 1969: Nick Bockwinkel won a very close match from Tim Geohagen on Atlanta TV
January 10, 1970: Tim Geohagen defeated Mike Burns in Atlanta, Georgia
January 21, 1970: Tim Geohagen defeated Sejii Sakaguchi in Atlanta, Georgia
May 29, 1970: Tim Geohagan refereed a match between Nick Bockwinkel and Joe Scarpa for the Georgia TV title..
~~~Tim Geohagan declared the match no contest and restrained Nick Bockwinkel with a sleeper..
~~~Nick Bockwinkel challenged both Joe Scarpa & Tim Geohagen. This took place in Atlanta..
June 5, 1070: Nick Bockwinkel defeated Joe Scarpe in Atlanta, Georgia (he went on to face Tim Geohagen in a 2nd match)..
~~~Nick Bockwinkel was blacking out from Tim Geohagens sleeper hold when Joe Scarpa interfered for a disqualification..
October 2, 1970: Mr. Ito & The Great Ota defeated Tim Geohagen & Bob Armstrong in Atlanta
November 20, 1970: Tim Geohagen defeated Sabu Singh in Atlanta
December 4, 1970: Tim Geohagen defeated Jesse James in Atlanta
January 23, 1971: Michel Dudois & Fidel Castillo beat Silento Rodriguez & Tim Geohagen on Atlanta TV
February 13, 1971: Michel Dubois & Fidel Castillo beat Roberto Soto & Tim Geohagen in Atlanta, Georgia..
March 1972: Klondike Bill & Tim Geohagen defeated Rocket & Flash Monroe by reversed decision
~~~~~~~~~~After the Monroes continued to stomp Tim Geohagan after getting the pin in Atlanta
March 14, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated the Champ (Alvero Velesco) in Macon, Georgia..
March 24, 1972: Karl Von Strohiem defeated Tim Geohagen in Atlanta, Georgia
April 14, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Karl Von Strohiem in Atlanta, Georgia..
May 12, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Mr X (Doug Scoggins) in Atlanta, Georgia..
May 13, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Oki Shikina on Atlanta TV
May 16, 1972: Beppo Mongol & Mr X (Doug Scoggins) beat John L. Sullivan & Tim Geohagen in Macon, Georgia
May 19, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Karl Von Stroheim in Atlanta, Georgia..
May 26, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Oki Shikina in Atlanta, Georgia..
May 27, 1972: Tim Geohagen issued a challenge to fans to break his sleeper hold on Atlanta TV
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Geohagen had done this in many cities and never had anyone break it..
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The first man was knocked out immediately. but the second broke the hold..
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Geohagen even put the hold on twice and the fan got out again.
~~~He was identified as Jim McKinney and the $1000 dollars he won breaking the hold paid for his wrestling training.
~~~Jim McKinney would be trained by Tim Geohagen – – – Apparently this was a real situation.
June 2 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Rocket more in Atlanta, Georgia..
July 8, 1972: The Assassins defeated Tim Geohagen & George Grant on Atlanta TV..
~~~Tim Geohagen submitted for Grant whose arm was being stomped repeatedly in a hammerlock..
July 15, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated The Champ on Atlanta TV
July 22, 1972: Tim Geohagen & The Avenger (Francisco Flores) defeated Joe Tuner & Blll Bowman on Atlanta TV
August 1972: Tim Geohagen drew Wayne Cowen in Savannah, Georgia
August 4, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Bill Bowman by DQ in Atlanta, Georgia
August 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Rocket Monroe in Macon, Georgia
August 26, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Wayne Cowen in about 2 minutes on Atlanta TV..
~~~Tim caught him in mid air throwing a dropkick and turning it to a Boston Crab for the win..
October 20, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Pedro Godoy in Atlanta, Georgia
November 3, 1972: Tim Geohagen defeated Juan Caruso in Atlanta, Georgia
November 10, 1972: Tim Geohagan and pupil Jim Mckinney were the first two men thrown out of an 18 man battle royal in Atlanta
~~~As per the rules of the battle match, Tim Geohagan & Jim McKinney were then slated to wrestle each other on the card..
~~~Jim Mckinney once again broke Geohagen’s sleeper only to fall victim to the small package (shook hands to huge ovation).
November 17, 1972: Wayne Cowen & Tim Geohagen defeated Rocket Monroe & Skandar Akbar in Atlanta
November 24, 1972–All South Wrestling Alliance (first show): Rock Hunter defeated Tim Geohagan in Atlanta.
1973–ASWA: Guillotine Gordon defeated Tim Geohagan by using illegal karate in Atlanta, Georgia..
Tim Geohagen ran a Holistic Health Center and was an excellent Yoga teacher in Black Mountain, North Carolina..
Tim Geohagen was considered and expert on Hatha and Kundelini Yoga, nutrition, and even Astrology and Tarot.
1998: Tim Geohagen passed away at the age of 75..
Robert Louis Howell wrote: On March 27, 1970 – Tim Geohagen & Greg Peterson were to be the first team to wrestle Buddy Colt and his mystery partner. The mystery partner no-showed and they ended up losing to Buddy Colt and Homer O’Dell. (O’Dell bragged he won single handed-well he applauded Colt when Buddy saved him). The partner incidentally turned out to be Karl Von Strohiem.
DAVID wrote: Apparently there was bad feelings between Duke Keomuka and Timothy Geohagen and they had a loser leaves town fight at the north side colliseum in Ft Worth, Texas. I do not remember the date. I was at ringside and I saw Duke beat the living crap out of Geohagen. He was a bloody mess and had to be carried from the ring. I never saw or heard about him again. As I best recall, the referree was Leo Voss. I noticed that other wrestlers came from the dressing room to watch. This was to me a sure sign that it was the real thing, and not just entertainment.