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The McGuirk/Watts Wrestling Almanac - Chapter 14 (Q1 1963)

Welcome to Chapter 14 of The McGuirk/Watts Wrestling Almanac, an in-depth data-driven look at the wrestling territory run by Leroy McGuirk (and later, Bill Watts). The territory is most commonly known as Tri-State Wrestling and/or Mid-South Wrestling, though neither of those names were actually used until September 1979 when Watts split from McGuirk.

Q: When is a title change NOT a title change? A: When it's a title change. (Unless it isn't)

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An in-depth look at a title change that probably shouldn't be recognized as such.

Mid-South Wrestling: Q1 1981

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In the 1st quarter of 1981, Diamonds are forever but not-so-much for Don Diamond, Jim Garvin and the Super Destroyer fight for months & more!

Year-End Rankings

 Updated on 12/24/20 with rankings for 1962, 1972, 1976 and 1980!

The McGuirk/Watts Wrestling Almanac - Chapter 13 (Q4 1962)

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Welcome to Chapter 13 of The McGuirk/Watts Wrestling Almanac, an in-depth data-driven look at the wrestling territory run by Leroy McGuirk (and later, Bill Watts). The territory is most commonly known as Tri-State Wrestling and/or Mid-South Wrestling, though neither of those names were actually used until September 1979 when Watts split from McGuirk.

McGuirk Wrestling Territory: Q4 1972

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 n the 4th quarter of 1972, Doctor X turns babyface and feuds with Bob Sweetan, Jim Valiant turns heel, Mike George debuts in the territory, “America’s youngest professional wrestler” makes his pro debut & more!

The McGuirk/Watts Wrestling Almanac - Chapter 12 (Q3 1962)

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 Welcome to Chapter 12 of The McGuirk/Watts Wrestling Almanac, an in-depth data-driven look at the wrestling territory run by Leroy McGuirk (and later, Bill Watts). The territory is most commonly known as Tri-State Wrestling and/or Mid-South Wrestling, though neither of those names were actually used until September 1979 when Watts split from McGuirk.