Charting the Territories presents: The 1971-1973 LeRoy McGuirk Oklahoma/Louisiana Wrestling Almanac

We are proud to announce that the first Charting the Territories book is now available for purchase on worldwide

Additionally, a limited number of autographed editions are available for purchase by residents of the contiguous U.S. via PayPal

The 1971-1973 LeRoy McGuirk Oklahoma/Louisiana Wrestling Almanac is a unique and comprehensive look at a 3-year period of time in the life of a wrestling territory.

To purchase now through Amazon, please click here: Charting the Territories book
(if you are outside of the U.S., go to the Amazon site for your country/region and search for "Charting the Territories Al Getz")

Autographed editions are available via PayPal. They are $21.99 plus $4.00 shipping & handling. These are only available for shipping to the contiguous 48 states.
-autographed by Al Getz
-one 4x6 color photo of one of the top stars featured in the book (NOTE: none of the "problematic" wrestlers are included in this; no Grizzly, Sweetan, or Terry Garvin)
-information on how to receive a $4 discount on your next book order from us
To order an autographed edition, e-mail or click below

This 230-page book features the most complete listing of house shows ever put together. It contains information on 2,499 house shows promoted in the territory during the 3-year period. It also contains a complete listing of all the wrestlers who competed in the territory on a regular basis during those three years. The wrestlers are separated into four categories using our unique SPOT Rating statistic that measures their average position on the card (Main Eventers, Upper Mid-Carders, Mid-Carders, and Preliminary Wrestlers). It also shows you exactly which months they were in the territory, if they were a babyface or a heel (and if that changed during their time here), how frequently they were booked, and what their biggest feuds were.

It also contains a Roll Call of Champions, a map of the territory, results from some of the key cities, detailed results from the biggest feuds each year, month-by-month house show calendars, pictures of all of the regular members of the roster, and some action photos. It's a virtual treasure trove of information presented in a way that has never been done before. It's truly the ideal 'reference manual' for fans of professional wrestling's territorial era.

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