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IWA Wrestling Volume 1: Best of the 70s

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Before fireworks and intro music, there was pro wrestling that featured the wrestling, not the sizzle. Back when the action happened in the ring...  The IWA.

The IWA was the first wrestling promotion to have a television program nationwide. Promoters Eddie Eihorn and Pedro Martinez put together a huge talent pool that would provide a national and international promotion with more stars than any other promotion had ever done. The list of stars in this first of many to come DVD series is like a who's who of the 1970's wrestling superstars.

 The IWA spared no expense to give the fans only the best. Jack Reynolds was a well noted and household name for his coverage of professional wrestling. Tex McKenzie not only wrestled, but also filled in as the color analyst. Ring announcing was handled by Rick Martin, who in real life was son of promoter, Pedro Martinez, his given name was Ronnie Martinez. They all provided professional insight and knowledge of the king of sports, professional wrestling. 

1.  Carlos Colon / Miguel Perez  vs  Tony Romano / Bull Zomar

2.  Lars Anderson  vs  Rick Gardner

3.  Ox Baker  vs  Jimmy Lancaster

4.  Bob Ellis  vs  Jimmy Moore

5.  Rip Hawk  vs  Bill Jackson

6.  Ernie Ladd  vs  Jim Wilson

7.  Ivan Koloff  vs  Wendell Burgess

8.  Thunderbolt Patterson  vs  Joe Turko

9.  (Ladies Tag Team) Beverly Shade / Bonnie Steele  vs  Masked Beauty / Barb Owen

10.  Mantell Brothers  vs  Nelson Royal / Luis Martinez

11.  Dino Bravo  vs  Frenchy Martin

12.  Mighty Igor  vs  Goliath

13. Love Brothers vs Argentina Apollo / Luis Martinez

14. Bulldog Brower vs Islander Sika

15. (Midget Stars) Sky Lolo vs Little Boy Blue

16. Gino Brito vs Kurt Von Hess

17. Thunderbolt Patterson / Ernie Ladd vs Erik the Red / Great Goliath

18. Mil Mascaras vs Beautiful Bruce

19. Mongols vs Luis Martinez / Argentina Apollo

20. Bulldog Brower vs Mighty Igor

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