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#7528: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1974-07-28, WRGB, 59 min.
Ed Sullivan, Bruno Sammartino, Vince McMahon Jr., Haystacks Calhoun, Valiant Brothers, Nikolai Volkoff, Tony Garea, Fred Blassie, Lou Albano, Jim Valiant, John Valiant, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Mike Wayne, Killer Kowalski, Wee Willie Webber, Lee Wong, Strong Kobayashi, Dean Ho, Ruja Woods, John Tolos, Thomas Marion, Larry Zbyszko, Gentleman Jim, Ruben Ayala

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWWF television show which consisted of top-tier or mid-card opponents. Telecast in most markets weekly on Saturday mornings, 11:00am to Noon, the telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. Matches were held mostly at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Host, interviewer and blow by blow announcer: Vince McMahon Jr.  

On this early telecast there are five matches. Ring announcer is Joe McHugh. Freddie Blassie takes a bow at ringside. 

Tag team match number 1:
S.D. Jones and Mike Wayne vs Killer Kowalski and Nikolai Volkoff who win in 6 minutes, 43 seconds. 

Match number 2:
Lee Wong vs Strong Kobayashi who is declared the winner. 

At halftime Vince McMahon Jr. interviews Haystacks Calhoun, Dean Ho, and Tony Garea discussing upcoming three out of five, two hour time limit tag team match against the Grand Wizard, Killer Kowalski, and the Valiant Brothers (Handsome Jim and Luscious John) whom McMahon also interviews and their manager Lou Albano. 

Match number 3: 
Ruja Woods vs winner of this match, John Tolos in 2:06 minutes.

Match number 4:
Tag team match - Thomas Marion and Ed Sullivan vs winners Larry Zbyszko and Haystacks Calhoun in 7:21. Vince McMahon Jr. discusses the match in progress at ringside with Bruno Sammartino.

Match number 5:
Gentleman Jim and Ruben Ayala in a tag team match vs the tag team champions of the world the Valiant Brothers who win in 7:32.

Vince McMahon invites his TV audience to tune in again next week for All Star Wrestling  

                                                                                          
#7529: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1974-08-04, WRGB, 59 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Haystacks Calhoun, Nikolai Volkoff, Tony Garea, Lou Albano, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Mike Wayne, Killer Kowalski, Lee Wong, Strong Kobayashi, Dean Ho, John Tolos, Tomas Marin, Kobayashi Strong, Chief Jay Stongbow, Grand Wizard, Angelo Savoldi

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Ring announcer: Joe McHugh. Calling the matches & interviews,  Vince McMahon Jr. 

   
-WWWF All Star Wrestling 8/4/74 (WRGB Albany feed airdate) (taped 6/19/74-original airdate 6/29/74)
Vince McMahon opening
Joe McHugh intro
Nikolai Volkoff vs. Tony Garea
-commercials
Strong Kobayashi vs. Mike Wayne
-commercials
Promos for Albany 8/9/74 - Vince McMahon interviews Haystacks Calhoun, Dean Ho & Tony Garea / Lou Albano & Grand Wizard
-commercials
Killer Kowalski vs. SD Jones
-commercials
Chief Jay Strongbow vs. Tomas Marin
-commercials
John Tolos vs. Lee Wong
-commercials
Vince McMahon interviews Angelo Savoldi and closing
                                                                          
#7529A: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1974-11-10, WRGB, 58 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Haystacks Calhoun, Andre The Giant, Larry Zbysko, Tony Garea, Lou Albano, Tony Altomare, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Strong Kobayashi, Jack Evans, Chuck Richards, Ricky Cortez, Frank Hickey, John Valiant, Grand Wizard, Spaceman Frank Hickey, Angelo Savoldi

"All-Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top-tier or mid-card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Ring announcer, Joe McHugh.  Vince McMahon Jr. calls the action and does the interviews which include Larry Zbyszko and Lou Albano. 

   -WWWF All Star Wrestling 11/10/74 (WRGB Albany feed airdate) (taped 10/2/74-original airdate 10/5/74)
Vince McMahon opening
Joe McHugh intro
Tony Garea vs. Strong Kobayashi
-commercials
Haystacks Calhoun vs. Chuck Richards & Ricky Cortez
-commercials
Promos for Albany 11/15/74 - Vince McMahon interviews Larry Zbyszko / Grand Wizard / Lou Albano
-commercials
SD Jones vs. Tony Altimore
-commercials 
Andre the Giant vs. “Spaceman” Frank Hickey & Jack Evans
-commercials
Larry Zbyszko vs. Johnny Valiant
-commercials
Vince McMahon interviews Angelo Savoldi and closing
                                                                           
#6004: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1974-11-17, WRGB, 59 min.
Bill White, Vince McMahon Jr., Bo Bo Brazil, Big Bob Duncum, Jose Gonzalez, Gorilla Monsoon, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Larry Zbyszko, Hans Schroeder, Al Barr, Grand Wizard Ernie Roth, Valiant Brothers, Jim Valiant, Dennis Johnson, Charles Richards, Spiros Arion, Bobby Duncum, Chuck Richards, Lou Albano, Jack Evans, Ricky Cortez, Spiros Arion

Vince McMahon calls the matches of the World Wide Wrestling Federation from the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania.
Ring announcer, Joe McHugh. 
Vince McMahon interviews include Cowboy Bob Duncum, Grand Wizard Ernie Roth, Larry Zbyszko, The Valiant Brothers, Gorilla Monsoon.

     -WWWF All Star Wrestling 11/17/74 (WRGB Albany feed airdate) (taped 10/2/74-original airdate 10/12/74)
Vince McMahon opening
Joe McHugh intro
Hans Schroeder vs. Al Barr
-commercials
Jose Gonzalez vs. Bill White
-commercials
Promos for Albany 11/29/74 - Vince McMahon interviews Bobby Duncum & Grand Wizard / Larry Zbyszko / Lou Albano & Valiant Brothers
-commercials
Bobby Duncum vs. SD Jones & Dennis Johnson
Vince McMahon ringside interview with Bobby Duncum & Grand Wizard
-commercials
Bobo Brazil vs. Jack Evans & Ricky Cortez
-commercials
Spiros Arion vs. Chuck Richards
-commercials 
Vince McMahon interviews Gorilla Monsoon and closing                     
#6005: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1974-11-24, WRGB, 57 min.
Bill White, Don Ho, Vince McMahon Jr., Jose Gonzalez, Tony Garea, Gorilla Monsoon, Lou Albano, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Larry Zbyszko, Jack Evans, Jimmy Valiant, Ricky Cortez, Frank Hickey, John Valiant, Al Barr, Valiant Brothers, Dennis Johnson, Spiros Arion, The Valiant Brothers, Haystack Calhoun, Edgar Albano, Chief Jay Strongbow, Bobby Duncum, Chuck Richards, Tony Altimore, Larry Zbyszko

Vince McMahon calls the matches of the World Wide Wrestling Federation. Joe McHugh ring announcer. 
McMahon interviews include Edgar Albano, Jimmy Valiant, Don Ho Gorilla Monsoon, Ton Garea, Larry Zbyszko, Haystack Calhoun and Chief J. Strongbow.    

  -WWWF All Star Wrestling 11/24/74 (WRGB Albany feed airdate) (taped 10/2/74-original airdate 10/19/74)
Intro
Vince McMahon opening
Joe McHugh intro
Valiant Brothers vs. Jose Gonzalez & SD Jones
-commercials
Spiros Arion vs. Tony Altimore
-commercials 
Promos for Albany 11/29/74 - Vince McMahon interviews Larry Zbyszko / Lou Albano & Valiant Brothers / Gorilla Monsoon
-commercials
Dean Ho & Tony Garea vs. “Spaceman” Frank Hickey & Ricky Cortez
-commercials
Bobby Duncum vs. Al Barr & Dennis Johnson
-commercials
Haystacks Calhoun & Chief Jay Strongbow vs. Jack Evans & Bill White
-commercials
Vince McMahon ringside interview with Haystacks Calhoun & Chief Jay Strongbow and closing
#6006D: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1974-12-29, WRGB, 57 min.
Bill White, Vince McMahon Jr., Jose Gonzalez, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Larry Zbyszko, Jack Evans, Dennis Johnson, Spiros Arion, Jeff Rhodes, The Patriot, Butcher Joe Nova, Hans Schroder, Chief Jay Strongbow, Lou Albano, Freddie Blassie, Tony Garea, Valient Brothers

Vince McMahon calls the matches of the World Wide Wrestling Federation. Broadcast 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Sunday. 

McMahon interviews Gorilla Monsoon, Fred Blassie, Dean Ho, Tony Garea, Lou Albano, Jimmy Valiant, John Valiant, Valiant Brothers.

 -WWWF All Star Wrestling 12/29/74 (WRGB Albany feed airdate) (taped 11/13/74-original airdate 11/23/74)
Intro
Vince McMahon opening
Joe McHugh intro
Larry Zbyszko vs. Dennis Johnson
-commercials
Jeff Rhodes vs. The Patriot 
-commercials
Promos for Albany 1/10/75 - Vince McMahon interviews Freddie Blassie / Dean Ho & Tony Garea / Lou Albano & Valiant Brothers
-commercials
Jose Gonzalez vs. Bill White
-commercials
Hans Schroeder vs. SD Jones
-commercials
Chief Jay Strongbow & Spiros Arion vs. Butcher Nova & Jack Evans
-commercials
Vince McMahon ringside interview with Chief Jay Strongbow & Spiros Arion & closing
                        
#7534: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1975-07-20, WRGB, 60 min.
Bill White, Vince McMahon Jr., Larry Zbysko, Tony Garea, George Steele, Lou Albano, Bobo Brazil, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Strong Kobayashi, Dean Ho, Pat Barrett, Blackjack Mulligan, Jack Evans, Tomas Marin, Otto Von Heller, Chuck Richards, John Valiant, Grand Wizard, Ernie Roth, Chief Jay Strongbow, Dominic DeNucci

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Host & narrator was Vince McMahon Jr. 

In match #5 Chief Jay Strongbow is a "wild man" after being attacked by Lou Albano. Strongbow requires eight stitches to close a gash on his forehead. Vince McMahon get locker room report on the condition of the Chief, as he signs off. 
-WWWF All Star Wrestling 7/20/75 (WRGB Albany feed airdate) (taped 8/21/74-original airdate 9/7/74)
Vince McMahon opening
Joe McHugh intro
Larry Zbyszko vs. Otto Von Heller
-commercials
Strong Kobayashi vs. SD Jones
-commercials
Promos for Albany 7/25/75 - Vince McMahon interviews George Steele & Grand Wizard / Dominic DeNucci & Pat Barrett / Blackjacks & Lou Albano
-commercials
Dean Ho & Tony Garea vs. Chuck Richards & Bill White
-commercials
Bobo Brazil vs. Tomas Marin & Jack Evans
-commercials
Chief Jay Strongbow vs. Johnny Valiant
-commercials
Vince McMahon ringside interview with Gorilla Monsoon and closing

                                                                                       
#7567: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1976-08-29, WRGB, 50 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Billy White Wolf, Kevin Sullivan, Ivan Putski, Johnny Rodz, Antonino Rocca, Bobo Brazil, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Baron Mikel Scicluna, Haiti Kid, Pete McKay, Rocky Tomao, Chief Jay Stongbow, John Larson, Doug Gilbert, Lord Little Brook, Little Johnny, Sonny Boy Hayes

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Ringside announcers are Vince McMahon and Antonino Rocca. 

Interviews include those with S.D. Jones, Bobo Brazil, and Chief Jay Strongbow.

NOTE: Joined in progress for match #1. Match #5 is a tag team match with midgets Lord Little Brook, Little Johnny, Haiti Kid and Sonny Boy Hayes.                                                              
#7570: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1976-09-19, WRGB, 58 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Chief Jay Strongbow, Billy White Wolf, Executioners, Pete Sanchez, Manuel Soto, Nicolai Volkoff, Gashouse Gilbert, Pete Doherty, Lou Albano, Antonino Rocca, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Sylvano Sousa, Billy Coleman, Jojo Andrews, Toro Maldomado, Toro Kamata, Roberto Alisera

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Ringside announcers are Vince McMahon and Antonino Rocca. 

Interviews include those with Lou Albano, The Executioners, and Nicolai Volkoff    

NOTE: In the final match, #5, Captain Lou Albano creates bedlam in the ring during the tag team match between  Sylvano Sousa and Billy Coleman vs  Chief Jay Strongbow and Billy White Wolf.                                                            
#7571: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1976-10-03, WRGB, 36 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Chief Jay Strongbow, Jose Gonzalez, Billy White Wolf, Executioners, Gashouse Gilbert, Nikolai Volkoff, Bruiser Brody, Lou Albano, Antonino Rocca, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Freddie Blassie, Executioner #1, Executioner #2, Ted Adams, Frank Brody, Rocky Tomao

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Ringside commentators are Vince McMahon and Antonino Rocca.

Joined in progress. Missing matches #1 and #2. 

Interviews include one with Lou Albano.                                                                            
#7577: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1976-12-12, WRGB, 58 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Stan Hansen, Stan Stasiak, Antonino Rocca, Bobo Brazil, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Pete Austin, Bruiser Frank Brody, Special Delivery Jones

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Vince McMahon Jr. does the play by play and conducts interviews. Antonino Rocca provides color commentary. 

Interviews include:
Chief Jay Strongbow, Billy White Wolf, Captain Lou Albano. Discussion on ruling by the WWWF decision.

NOTE: Complete Broadcast with the exception of opening music.                                                                  
#7579: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1976-12-26, WRGB, 59 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Jose Gonzalez, Billy White Wolf, Johnny Rodz, Gorilla Monsoon, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Dennis Johnson, Chief Jay Strongbow, Johnny Rivera, Pete McKay, Frank Williams, Rocky Tomeo, Gashouse Doug Gilbert, The Executioners, Special Delivery Jones, Frank Bruiser Brody

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania.  Vince McMahon Jr. calls the action and does the interviews.                                                                
#7580: ALL STAR WRESTLING (CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING)
1977-01-02, WRGB, 59 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Stan Hansen, Tor Kamata, Nikolai Volkoff, Bruiser Brody, Stan Stasiak, Gorilla Monsoon, Fred Blassie, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Chief Jay Strongbow, Angelo Savoldi, Pete Austin, Ted Adams, Billy White Wolf, Ken Patura, Vickie Summers, Fabulous Moolah

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Vince McMahon Jr. calls the action at ringside.  

Interviews include:
Fred Blassie, Tor Kamata, Gorilla Monsoon and Angelo Savoldi                                                                 
#7582: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1977-01-16, WRGB, 58 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Ken Patera, Jose Gonzalez, Tor Kamata, Stan Stasiak, Gorilla Monsoon, Lou Albano, Antonino Rocca, Joe McHugh, S.D. Jones, Pete McKay, Rocky Tomeo, Ted Adams, Frankie Williams, Billy White Wolf, Executioner No. 2, Mike Santacopito (?), Gashouse Doug Gilbert

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Vince McMahon Jr. calls the action at ringside and Antonino Rocca provides color commentary.  

Interviews include:
Lou Albano, Stan Stasiak, Executioner No. 2, and Ken Patera,                                                                 
#7583: ALL STAR WRESTLING
1977-01-30, WRGB, 53 min.
Vince McMahon Jr., Andre The Giant, Johnny Rodz, Stan Stasiak, Pete Doherty, Gorilla Monsoon, Lou Albano, Antonino Rocca, S.D. Jones, Chief Jay Stongbow, Pete McKay, Jose Estrada, Billy White Wolf, Ken Petera, Baron Von Raschkie, Bob Backlund, Frank Rodriguez, Larry Zabisco

"All Star Wrestling" was a WWF television show which consisted of top tier or mid card opponents. The telecasts were taped and neatly edited into one hour programs which were syndicated. All matches were held at the Hamburg Field House in Hamburg, Pennsylvania.  Vince McMahon Jr. calls the action. Antonino Rocca contributes anecdotal color commentary.  

Joined in Progress.

NOTE: An unusual salute and biography of Ken Petera, via a prerecording is telecast, confirming the special prowess and accomplishments of "the strongest man in the world." It includes Patera stopping a truck.                                                           
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