Georgia Championship Wrestling

NWA World Title

Dory Funk Jr.

February 11, 1969 - May 24, 1973

Dory won the title in Tampa, FL. GCW airs its first episode December 25th, 1971, during Dory's reign.

Harley Race

May 25, 1973 - 7/23/1973

Won in Kansas City, MO

Jack Brisco

Jul 24, 1973 - 12/02/1974

Won the title in Houston, TX.

Giant Baba

Dec 3, 1974 - 12/09/1974

Won in Kagoshima, Japan.

Jack Brisco

Dec 10, 1974 - 12/10/1975

Won in Toyohashi, Japan

Terry Funk

Dec 11, 1975 - 2/06/1977

Won in Miami, FL.

Harley Race

Feb 7, 1977 - 8/21/1979

Won in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Harley's second reign starts.

Dusty Rhodes

Aug 22, 1979 - 8/26/1979

Won in Tampa, FL.

Harley Race

Aug 27, 1979 - 10/31/1979

Won in Orlando, FL. Harley's third reign begins.

Giant Baba

Nov 1, 1979 - 11/07/1979

Won in Nagoya, Japan.

Harley Race

Nov 8, 1979 - 9/4/1980

Won in Amagasaki, Japan. Harley's fourth reign begins.

Giant Baba

Sep 5, 1980 - 9/9/1980

Won in Saga, Japan.

Harley Race

Sep 10, 1980 - 4/27/1981

Won in Ohtsu, Japan. Harley's fifth reign begins.

Tommy Rich

Apr 28, 1981 - 5/1/1981

Won in Augusta, GA.

Harley Race

May 2, 1981 - 6/21/1981

Won in Gainesville, GA. Harley's sixth reign begins.

Dusty Rhodes

Jun 22, 1981 - 9/17/1981

Won in Atlanta, GA. Dusty's second reign begins.

Ric Flair

Sep 18, 1981 - 1/6/1983

Won in Kansas City, MO. Wrestles to a double count-out against WWF Heavyweight champion Bob Backlund on 82/07/04 in Atlanta, GA; around 82 in DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Flair allows himself to be pinned by Jack Veneno to avoid the riot from the audience, but the title is returned to Flair; Veneno continues to claim the title in Domincan Republic as of 92/03; Victor Jovica pins Flair around 83 in TRINIDAD but the decision is reversed because of Jovica's feet being on the rope; Midnight Rider (Dusty Rhodes under mask) defeats Flair on 83/02/09 in Miami, FL but returns the belt when asked to identify himself by NWA president Bob Geigel.

Carlos Colon

Jan 7, 1983 - 1/10/1983

Won in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Not officially recognized by the NWA.

Ric Flair

Jan 11, 1983 - 6/10/1983

Won in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Not officially recognized by the NWA. Would have begun Flair's second reign.

Harley Race

Jun 11, 1983 - 11/24/1983

Won in St. Louis, MO. Harley's 7th reign begins. Last one officially recognized by the NWA.

Ric Flair

Nov 25, 1983 - 3/20/1984

Won in Greensboro, NC. Main event of first Starrcade. Gene Kiniski was special referee. Ric Flair begins 2nd reign.

Harley Race

Mar 21, 1984 - 3/22/1984

Won in Wellington, New Zealand. Not officially recognized by NWA. Would be Harley's 8th title reign.

Ric Flair

Mar 23, 1984 - 5/6/1984

Won in Wellington, New Zealand. Not recognized by NWA. Would have been Flair's third title reign.

Kerry Von Erich

May 7, 1984 - 5/24/1984

Won in Irving, Texas. David Von Erich Memorial Show at Texas Stadium.

Ric Flair

May 25, 1984 - 7/26/1986

Won in Yokosuka, Japan. Flair's third official reign begins.

Georgia Heavyweight Title

Sputnik Monroe

8/9/64 - 9/25/64

Won in Atlanta. Defeated Dick the Bruiser to be first champion.

Don Fargo

9/25/1964 - 10/16/64

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Sputnik Monroe

10/16/64 - 11/13/64

Won in Atlanta, GA. Sputnik begins 2nd reign.

Mario Galento

11/13/64 - 6/28/65

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Buddy Fuller

6/28/65 - Approx. 6/66

Mario Galento

Approx. 7/65 - Approx. 6/66

Galento is champion at some point in this time frame. He is suspended and forced to vacate the title before June 17, 1966.

Buddy Fuller

6/17/66 - 2/24/67

Galento won the title from Fuller for his second reign, and then vacated the title due to a suspension, sometime between 6/1965 and 6/1966. This begins Fullery's 2nd reign as champion.

El Mongol

2/24/67 - 3/17/67

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Nick Kozak

3/17/67 - 4/7/67

Won in Atlanta, GA.

El Mongol

4/7/67 - 4/28/67

Won in Atlanta, GA. Mongol's second reign begins.

Buddy Fuller

4/28/67 - 6/16/67

Won in Atlanta, GA. Fuller's third run as champion begins.

El Mongol

6/16/67 - 8/11/67

Won in Atlanta, GA. Mongol's third reign begins.

Mr. Wrestling

8/11/67 - 9/8/67

Won in Atlanta, GA.

El Mongol

9/8/67 - 4/12/68

Won in Atlanta, GA. Mongol begins fourth reign.

Mongol was stripped of the title on December 8, 1967 due to a controversial match finish. The belt was later returned.

Mr. Wrestling

4/12/68 - 5/10/68

Won in Atlanta, GA. Mr. Wrestling's second reign begins.

The Big O (Johnny Valentine)

5/10/68 - 6/14/68

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Tarzan Tyler

6/14/68 - 8/23/68

Won in Atlanta, GA.

The Professional

8/23/68 - 11/8/68

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Johnny Valentine

11/8/68 - 11/29/68

Won in Atlanta, GA. Technically Valentine's second reign begins. First reign under his own name.

Title Held Up

11/29/68 - 12/6/68

Title was held up after a match between champion Johnny Valentine and The Professional ended in controversy.

The Professional

12/6/68 - 12/27/68

Won in Atlanta, GA. The Professional defeated Johnny Valentine in a rematch to claim the held up belt. The Professional's second reign begins.

Dale Lewis

12/27/68 - 2/7/69

Won in Atlanta, GA.

El Mongol

2/7/69 - 3/21/69

Won in Atlanta, GA. Mongol begins his fifth reign.

Title Held Up

3/21/69 - Approx. 4/69

Title held up after El Mongol faced Assassin #1 in a controversial match.

El Mongol

Approx. 4/69 - 5/16/69

Won in Atlanta, GA. El Mongol defeated Assassin #1 in a rematch to reclaim the held up title. Precise date is not known. Some time after March 21, 1969 and before May 16, 1969.

The Professional

5/16/69 - Approx. 6/69

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Paul DeMarco

Approx. 6/69 - 9/19/69

Won in Atlanta, GA. Date not specific.

Joe Scarpa (Chief Jay Strongbow)

9/19/69 - 10/3/69

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Paul DeMarco

10/3/69 - 11/28/69

Won in Atlanta, GA. DeMarco's second reign begins.

The Professional

11/28/69 - Approx. 2/70

Won in Atlanta, GA. The Pro's fourth reign begins. The title becomes vacant at some point in 1970 as the Pro is injured.

Assassin #2

3/13/70 - 4/17/70

Won in Atlanta, GA. Defeated Joe Scarpa in a tournament to win the title vacated after The Pro was injured sometime in early 1970.

Nick Bockwinkel

4/17/70 - 6/17/70

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Paul DeMarco

6/17/70 - 6/24/70

Won in Atlanta, GA. DeMarco begins his third reign.

Nick Bockwinkel

6/24/70 - 9/4/70

Won in Atlanta, GA. Bockwinkel's 2nd reign begins.

Buddy Colt

9/4/70 - 11/13/70

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Fred Blassie

11/13/70 - 11/20/70

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Buddy Colt

11/20/70 - 11/27/70

Won in Atlanta, GA. Colt's second reign begins.

Ray Gunkel

11/27/70 - Approx. 1/71

Won in Atlanta, GA. Vacated sometime in early 1971 after Buddy Colt and his manager Homer O'Dell file an appeal with GCW.

El Mongol

2/5/1971 - Approx. 6/18/1971

Won in Atlanta, GA. Had to be lost sometime after 5/28/1971. El Mongol beat Nick Bockwinkel in a 14-man tournament final. El Mongol begins his 9th reign.

Buddy Colt

Approx. 6/18/1971 - 7/20/1971

Won in Atlanta, GA, presumably. Colt's third reign begins.

Ray Gunkel

Approx. 7/20/1971 - Approx. 1/1/1972

Won in Savannah, GA. Gunkel begins 2nd reign.

Buddy Colt

Approx. 12/1971 - Approx. 1/25/72

Colt's fourth reign as champion. Won sometime after July 20, 1971 from Ray Gunkel.

El Mongol

1/25/72 - 4/8/72

Won in Macon, GA. Mongol begins his 10th reign.

Buddy Colt

4/8/72 - 5/5/72

Won in Griffin, GA. This begins Colt's fifth reign.

Roberto Soto

5/5/72 - Approx. 11/72

Won in Atlanta, GA. Title was vacated as Soto went to work for Ann Gunkel's ASWA rival promotion.

Mr. Wrestling II

3/2/73 - 5/11/73

Won in Atlanta, GA. Defeated Sputnik Monroe in 16-man tournament.

Bill Watts

7/13/73 - 7/21/73

Won in Atlanta, GA. Wrestling begins his second reign.

Bill Watts

7/21/73 - 8/17/73

Won in Atlanta, GA. Watts begins his second reign. He is stripped of the title for getting himself disqualified in a match with Mr. Wrestling II 8/17/73.

Title Held Up

8/17/73 - 8/31/73

Held up because Watts tried to disqualify himself on purpose in a match with Mr. Wrestling II.

Mr. Wrestling II

8/31/73 - 11/2/73

Won in Atlanta, GA. II defeated Watts in a rematch to take the vacated title. Fred Blassie was the special referee. II's third reign begins.

Bill Watts

11/2/73 - 12/21/73

Won in Atlanta, GA. Watts begins his third reign.

Ron Fuller

12/21/73 - 1/11/74

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Mr. Wrestling II

1/11/1974 - 7/5/1974

Lost the title to Bill Watts on 5/10/1974. The result is overturned and the title given back to II. II's fourth title reign begins.

Buddy Colt

7/5/74 - 8/30/74

Won in Atlanta, GA. Colt's fifth reign begins.

Mr. Wrestling II

8/30/74 - 9/13/74

Won in Atlanta, GA. II begins his fifth reign.

Harley Race

9/13/74 - Approx. 9/30/74

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Don Muraco

Approx. 9/30/74 - Approx. 10/11/74

Won presumably in Atlanta, GA.

Buddy Colt

10/11/74 - 11/15/74

Won in Atlanta, GA. The title was held up 11/15/74 against Rocky Johnson.

Title Held Up

11/15/74 - 12/6/74

Held up after a match between Rocky Johnson and Buddy Colt.

Rocky Johnson

12/6/74 - 2/21/75

Won in Atlanta, GA. Johnson defeats Buddy Colt in a rematch to claim the held up title.

Abdullah the Butcher

2/21/75 - Approx. 7/4/1975

Won in Atlanta, GA

The Spoiler

11/27/75 - 1/30/76

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Dusty Rhodes

1/30/76 - 2/6/76

Won in Atlanta, GA.

The Spoiler

2/6/76 - 8/20/76

Won in Atlanta, GA. Spoiler begins his 2nd reign.

Dick Slater

8/20/76 - 10/26/76

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Mr. Wrestling II

10/26/76 - 11/25/76

Won in Columbus, GA. II begins his eighth reign.

Dick Slater

11/25/76 - 4/15/77

Won in Columbus, GA. Slater begins his 2nd reign.

Paul Jones

4/15/77 - 6/4/77

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Dick Slater

6/4/77 - 11/16/77

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Stan Hansen

Approx. 11/16/77 - 1/25/78

Won in Columbus, GA. Date uncertain.

Masked Superstar

12/7/1979 - 1/12/80

Won in Atlanta, GA. Superstar's third reign begins.

Mr. Wrestling II

1/12/1980 - 3/29/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA. Wrestling's eleventh reign begins.

Austin Idol

3/29/1980 - 6/8/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Baron Von Raschke

6/8/1980 - 8/11/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA.

National Heavyweight Title

Jack Brisco

Approx. 10/1980 - 12/12/1980

Declared as the new champion.

Mongolian Stomper

12/12/1980 - 3/29/1981

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Steve Olsonoski

3/29/1981 - 8/15/1981

Won in Atlanta, GA. Also known as Steve O.

Masked Superstar

8/15/1981 - 9/28/1981

Won in Columbus, GA. Unified with the Georgia heavyweight title on 9/12/1981.

Tommy Rich

9/28/1981 - 11/25/1981

Won in Augusta, GA.

Masked Superstar

11/25/1981 - 1/17/1982

Won in Atlanta, GA. Superstar's second reign.

Tommy Rich

1/17/1982 - 3/15/1982

Won in Atlanta, GA. Tommy's 2nd reign begins.

Ron Bass

3/15/1982 - 4/19/1982

Won in Augusta, GA.

Tommy Rich

4/19/1982 - 5/2/1982

Won in Augusta, GA. Tommy's third reign begins.

Buzz Sawyer

5/2/1982 - 6/20/1982

Won in Atlanta, GA.

Paul Orndorff

6/20/1982 - Approx. 8/1982

Won in Atlanta, GA. Paul vacates the title to train for a World title match.

Super Destroyer (Scott Irwin)

8/29/1982 - 10/03/1982

Won in Atlanta, GA as part of tournament to fill vacant title after Orndorff vacated to train for World title match.

Paul Orndorff

10/3/1982 - 10/17/1982

Won in Atlanta, GA. Paul Orndorff's second reign begins.

Georgia Tag Team Titles

Ole Anderson and Lars Anderson

6/8/1980 - 6/16/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA. Andersons' 2nd reign begins.

The Assassins

6/16/80 - 7/30/80

Won in Augusta, GA.

Mr. Wrestling and Steve Keirn

7/30/1980 - 8/6/1980

Won in Columbus, GA.

The Assassins

8/6/1980 - 9/19/1980

Won in Columbus, GA. Assassins second reign begins.

Mr. Wrestling and Mr. Wrestling II

9/19/80 - 10/10/1980

Won in Griffin, GA. The fourth reign for the Wrestlings.

Fabulous Freebirds (Gordy and Hayes)

10/10/1980 - Approx. 11/27/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA. Won in a three way tournament with The Assasins, Mr. Wrestling I and II, and the Freebirds. Title was held up 11/14/80 after a match with Austin Idol and Kevin Sullivan. Replaced with National Tag team title 11/80.

Title Discontinued/Merged with National Title

11/27/1980 - Approx. 11/1980

Freebirds win the National tag titles 11/27/1980. The Georgia tag titles are retired/merged into the National title.

National Tag Team Titles

Fabulous Freebirds (Gordy and Roberts)

11/27/1980 - 1/26/1981

Won in Atlanta, GA. Defeated Stan Frazier and Robert Fuller in a tournament to win the newly created title. Gordy and Michael Hayes were already Georgia tag team champions. The Georgia title is phased out in favor of the National.

Georgia TV Title

Austin Idol

Approx. 2/21/1980 - 2/23/1980

At an unknown place sometime around 2/21/1980. Austin's third reign begins.

Tommy Rich

2/23/1980 - Approx. 5/4/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA. Rich's knee was injured after the match by Austin Idol strapping a belt around their legs in the figure four. Austin was claiming a bounty placed by Harley Race to prevent Rich from facing him for the World title. The Georgia title is abandoned and replaced by the National TV title in August 1980.

National TV title

Terry Taylor

8/22/1980 - Approx. 10/1980

Won in Atlanta, GA. Tournament final.

Omni Results

October 19, 1979 (Friday)

10/19/79

(Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Chris Markoff & Jacques Goulet and Ricky Fields & Buzz Sawyer went to a draw
Ted Allen d. Bobby Jaggers
Bret Hart d. Carl Fergie
Sterling Golden d. Stan Hansen
North American Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Wrestling #2 (c) d. King Kong Mosca
Tommy Rich & Tony Atlas d. Billy Graham & Austin Idol
Indian Strap Match: Wahoo McDaniel d. the Masked Superstar
Bob Armstrong & Ole Anderson d. Ernie Ladd & Killer Karl Kox
Notes: Bobby Heenan managed Ernie Ladd, Killer Karl Kox, Bobby Jaggers and the Masked Superstar.

November 22, 1979 (Thursday)

11/22/79

(Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Georgia Tag Team Title Tournament: Jack & Jerry Brisco d. Bobby Jaggers & Luke Graham; Ricky Fields & Buzz Sawyer d. Mr. Hito & Mr. Sakaruda; Austin Idol & the Masked Superstar d. Stan Hansen & Wahoo McDaniel; Tony Atlas & Ray Candy d. Ox Baker & Killer Khan; Dusty Rhodes & Mr. Wrestling #2 d. Tom Shaft & Killer Karl Kox; Briscos d. Fields & Sawyer; Idol & the Superstar d. Atlas & Candy; Idol & the Superstar d. Rhodes & Wrestling #2; Idol & the Superstar d. Briscos to win title
Mr. Wrestling #2 versus Mr. Wrestling #2 ruled a NC
Loser Leaves Cage Match: Tommy Rich d. Bobby Heenan
Lights Out Match (No TL / No DQ): Ole Anderson & Thunderbolt Patterson d. Ernie Ladd & Ivan Koloff
Notes: The real Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated the imposter Mr. Wrestling #2 in their match. Ivan Koloff was billed as a mystery partner to Ernie Ladd for the match with Ole Anderson & Thunderbolt Patterson. Bobby Heenan managed Austin Idol, Ernie Ladd, Killer Karl Kox, Tom Shaft, Bobby Jaggers and the Masked Superstar. Gorgeous George, Jr., managed Killer Khan.

DECEMBER 25, 1979 (TUESDAY)

12/25/79

(Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling)
Steve Travis and Toru Tanaka went to a draw
Tommy Rich & Ray Candy d. Ernie Ladd & Ox Baker
Judo Jacket Match: Killer Khan d. Bob Armstrong
Georgia Television Title Match: Ric Flair versus Austin Idol (c) ruled a NC
WWWF Heavyweight Title Match: Bob Backlund (c) d. Kevin Sullivan
Abdullah the Butcher d. Tony Atlas
Georgia Heavyweight Title Match (No DQ): the Masked Superstar (c) d. Dick Slater
Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Ole Anderson & Thunderbolt Patterson d. Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff (c) by DQ
Cage Match (Loser Must Unmask): Mr. Wrestling #2 d. Mr. Wrestling #2
Notes: Gene Anderson and Tom Shaft were the special referees for the match between Ole Anderson & Thunderbolt Patterson and Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff. As part of the stipulation, the imposter Mr. Wrestling #2 was forced to unmask following the match with the real Mr. Wrestling #2, and was identified as Joe Powell. Gorgeous George, Jr., managed Killer Khan and Toru Tanaka.

January 13, 1980

1/13/1980

Ray Candy defeated Tom Shaft
Tony Atlas fought Ken Patera to a draw
Kevin Sullivan & Steve Travis defeated Eddy Mansfield & Austin Idol
Dick Slater fought the Sheik to a no contest
Prof. Toru Tanaka & Killer Khan (w/ Gorgeous George Jr.) defeated Ole & Lars Anderson
Terry Funk defeated Bob Armstrong
Tommy Rich & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Georgia Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff via disqualification
Dusty Rhodes fought Abdullah the Butcher to a no contest
The Masked Superstar fought Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 to a no contest

January 27, 1980

1/27/80

Steve Travis defeated Charlie Fulton
Tony Atlas & Ray Candy defeated the Mongolians
Dick Slater defeated Oki Shikina
Tommy Rich defeated Killer Khan
Bruiser Brody defeated the French Angel
WWF World Champion Bob Backlund defeated Prof. Toru Tanaka
Georgia Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff defeated Ole & Lars Anderson
Kevin Sullivan defeated Georgia TV Champion Austin Idol to win the title
Dusty Rhodes defeated Terry Funk
Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated the Masked Superstar in a shackle match

February 3, 1980

2/3/80

Steve Travis fought Dutch Mantell to a draw
Prof. Toru Tanaka defeated Tommy Rich
Abdullah the Butcher (w/ the Great Mephisto) defeated Tony Atlas
Ole & Lars Anderson fought Georgia Tag Team Champions Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff (w/ Rock Hunter) to a no contest
Kevin Sullivan defeated Austin Idol in a Boston streetfight
Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated the Masked Superstar, Killer Khan, & the Great Mephisto in a handicap match
Dusty Rhodes defeated Terry Funk in a Texas Death Match
Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Georgia Heavyweight Champion the Masked Superstar in a No DQ, no time-limit steel cage to win the title

February 24, 1980

2/24/80

Ray Candy defeated Dutch Mantell (sub. for Ernie Ladd)
Baron Von Raschke defeated Genichiro Tenryu
Killer Khan (w/ the Great Mephisto) defeated Steve Travis (sub. for Mr. Wrestling #2)
Tony Atlas defeated Abdullah the Butcher & the Great Mephisto in a handicap loser leaves town match
Austin Idol defeated Kevin Sullivan in a lumberjack match
Ole & Lars Anderson defeated Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff (w/ Rock Hunter) in a Texas Tornado match
Dusty Rhodes & Wahoo McDaniel fought Terry & Dory Funk Jr. to a no contest
Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 (sub. for Tommy Rich) defeated NWA World Champion Harley Race via disqualification

March 9, 1980

3/9/80

Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Charlie Fulton
Chief Lone Eagle defeated Billy the Kid
Ernie Ladd defeated Ray Candy
Tony Atlas defeated Killer Khan
Kevin Sullivan defeated Baron Von Raschke via disqualification
Wenona Little Heart won a women's battle royal
Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff (w/ Rock Hunter) defeated Lars Anderson & Stan Hansen
Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Austin Idol; during the bout, Tommy Rich interfered and hit Idol with a crutch
Dusty Rhodes & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Terry & Dory Funk Jr.

March 23, 1980

3/23/1980

Drew a crowd of 9,000.
Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Genichiro Tenryu
Lars Anderson defeated Charlie Fulton
Kevin Sullivan & Tony Atlas defeated Bobby Duncum & Ernie Ladd
Tommy Rich defeated Killer Khan
Wahoo McDaniel defeated Baron Von Raschke via disqualification
Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff (w/ Rock Hunter) defeated Ted & Jerry Oates
Dusty Rhodes defeated Terry Funk
Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Austin Idol

July 20, 1980 (Sunday)

7/20/80

Dennis Condrey & Bob Sweetan defeated Mike George & Steve Regal
Alexis Smirnoff defeated Charles Buffong
Chavo Guerrero defeated Dutch Mantell
NWA Jr. Heavyweight Champion Les Thornton defeated Steve Keirn
Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Ivan Koloff
Mark Lewin & Abdullah the Butcher (w/ the Great Mephisto) defeated Stan Hansen & Kevin Sullivan
Tony Atlas defeated Georgia Heavyweight Champion Baron Von Raschke in a Texas Death Match
Dusty Rhodes & Ole Anderson fought Assassin #1 & #2 to a no contest in a steel cage match when Dusty tagged his partner into the match and Ole attacked Dusty, with guest referees Ivan Koloff and Gene Anderson then doing the same; Gene was the special referee for Rhodes & Ole while Koloff was the special referee for the Assassins; moments later, Rhodes was assaulted by the five other men until other wrestlers ran out to try to break into the cage and make the save
NWA World Champion Harley Race defeated Tommy Rich; Lou Thesz was the guest referee for the bout

August 1, 1980 (Friday)

8/1/80

8/1/80 Atlanta, GA @ Omni
Dusty Rhodes & Andre The Giant beat Ole Anderson & Gene Anderson
Kevin Sullivan beat Mark Lewin in a Boston street fight match
Stan Hansen double DQ Abdullah The Butcher
Baron Von Raschke no contest with Mr. Wrestling II
Lars Anderson beat Assassin #1
Steve Keirn beat Alexis Smirnoff
Dennis Condrey & Stanley Lane beat Steve Regal & Terry Taylor
Jay Strongbow beat Dutch Mantell
Charlie Fulton beat Chavo Guerrero

November 14, 1980 (Friday)

11/14/80

Steve O defeated Tom Stanton
Ray Candy defeated the Assassin via disqualification
Steve Keirn & Terry Taylor defeated Charlie Fulton & Roger Mason
Mr. Saito defeated Jerry Oates
Ted Dibiase defeated Killer Khan
Jim Brunzell defeated Dennis Condrey (sub. for Terry Funk)
Georgia Heavyweight Champion Tony Atlas defeated Ole Anderson
National Heavyweight Champion Jack Brisco defeated Georgia Tag Team Champion Terry Gordy (w/ Georgia Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts)
Georgia Tag Team Champions Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts (w/ Georgia Tag Team Champion Terry Gordy) fought Austin Idol & Kevin Sullivan to a no contest; the titles were later held up as a result of the match and replaced by the National Tag Team Titles

November 27, 1980 (Thursday)

11/27/80

(16,000+; sell out)
Thanksgiving Day
Bob Armstrong defeated Mr. Saito
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Robert Fuller & Stan Frazier defeated the Wild Samoans
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Jerry Roberts & Steve O defeated Joyce Grable & Judy Martin when O scored the pin with a powerslam; Grable & Martin played the heels in the match
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Ole & Gene Anderson defeated Austin Idol & Kevin Sullivan
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Jack & Jerry Brisco
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Quarter Finals: Steve Keirn & Terry Taylor defeated Jerry Roberts & Steve O
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi Finals: Robert Fuller & Stan Frazier defeated Ole & Gene Anderson
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Semi Finals: Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Steve Keirn & Terry Taylor
National Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Robert Fuller & Stan Frazier to win the titles; the winners also won a trophy and $20,000
NWA World Champion Harley Race fought Georgia Heavyweight Champion Tony Atlas to a no contest

December 12, 1980 (Friday)

12/12/80

Joyce Grable won a women's battle royal
Women's Champion Judy Martin defeated Wenona Little Heart
Ted Dibiase defeated the Assassin
National TV Champion Kevin Sullivan defeated Steve Keirn
Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Mr. Saito; both men put up $5,000 in the match, with the winner taking the $10,000
The Mongolian Stomper (w/ Don Carson) pinned National Heavyweight Champion Jack Brisco to win the title with a kick to the back and running stomp to the face after Brisco became distracted by Carson, moments after the referee was knocked down
National Tag Team Champions Terry Gordy & Buddy Roberts (w/ Michael Hayes) defeated Robert Fuller & Stan Frazier
Bill Watts defeated Ole Anderson; Bobo Brazil was the guest referee for the match

GCW TV Results

July 26, 1980

7/26/80

7/26/80 Atlanta, GA @ WTBS Studios(TV)
Dennis Condrey & Stanley Lane beat Steve Regal & Mike Davis
Steve Keirn beat Charlie Fulton
Mike George beat Gerald Finley
Kevin Sullivan beat Eddy Mansfield by DQ
Mr. Wrestling II beat Jim Nelson
Ole Anderson beat Zane Hickey
Steve Regal beat Kid Collins
Kevin Sullivan beat Charlie Fulton
Dennis Condrey & Stanley Lane beat Terry Taylor & David White
Lars Anderson beat Bobby Garrett