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Retrieved April 3, In , Strongbow formed a tag team with his on-screen brother, Jules Strongbow. The crowd was so stunned into silence that Sammartino thought his hearing had been damaged. Olympic Team, but he was edged out by legendary strongman Paul Anderson, who outweighed Sammartino by almost 70 pounds. This was also the site of the infamous "who snubbed who? He also sat for the recording of a shoot interview, conducted by Jim Cornette.
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World Championship Wrestling was an Australian professional wrestling promotion that ran from until The promotion gained publicity through television programs on the Nine Network which were presented at noon on Saturdays and Sundays. An average of 6, people attended in the first three months of the promotion's existence, a crowd of 8, attended a show on 7 November in Melbourne when the first title change in the new promotion took place as Dominic De Nucci defeated Killer Kowalski.
In , the Nine Network ceased coverage of WCW; with no TV coverage promoters were facing financial ruin, thus the death of the glory days of professional wrestling in Australia. The "World Championship Wrestling" name was revived in by Georgia Championship Wrestling in the United States for its own TV program, which became the roots of the American promotion later known by the same name. At the time, the promotion's former owner, Jim Barnett , was one of the owners of Georgia Championship Wrestling.
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Scarpa portrayed a Native American wrestler, who wore a war bonnet to the ring and would "go on the warpath" when the fans started cheering him against an opponent.
Scarpa's wrestling career began in , under his real name. In , Scarpa began working for Vincent J. It was alleged that Strongbow had previously jumped Albano in the locker room, breaking his arm.
McCord was disqualified, but Strongbow was cut wide open by Albano's blows. Strongbow settled the score in front of a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden , beating Captain Lou Albano convincingly. In , he began feuding with Spiros Arion. Arion, a popular and seemingly unbeatable babyface , returned to the WWWF after an absence and teamed with Strongbow. Arion turned on Strongbow, destroying his headdress on Philadelphia television after he had tied Strongbow in the ropes, and rubbed the feathers in his face.
Arion was now a heel , and pinned Strongbow in eastern arenas as he went on to challenge champion Bruno Sammartino.
Fuji and Professor Toru Tanaka on June He had a memorable feud with "Bulldog" Don Kent , which culminated in a "shark cage match"  in Strongbow and Kent fought inside of a small shark cage, with the first man to escape being declared the winner. With an assist from fellow fan favorite Mark Lewin , Strongbow was able to escape the shark cage victorious.
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