Champion's Carnival - Results - 1974

1974

The 1974 Champion's Carnival, held from April 13 to May 14, was another 15-man single-elimination tournament, with the PWF Heavyweight Champion, Giant Baba, being granted another bye to the quarterfinals.


First round Second round Semifinals Finals
Joe Soto Pin
Jumbo Tsuruta 10:28
Jumbo Tsuruta
BYE
Abdullah the Butcher NC
The Destroyer 4:10
Jumbo Tsuruta Ref
Mr. Wrestling 28:32
Matty Suzuki Pin
Mr. Wrestling 14:50
Mr. Wrestling Pin
Thunder Sugiyama 14:17
Thunder Sugiyama Pin
Sailor White 12:04
Mr. Wrestling Pin1
Giant Baba 14:20
Curtis Iaukea Pin
Mashio Koma 5:08
Curtis Iaukea Pin
Giant Baba 4:48
Giant Baba Pin
Mark Lewin 17:28
Mark Lewin Pin
Akihisa Takachiho 14:50
Mark Lewin Pin
Samson Kutsuwada 16:24
Rufus R. Jones Pin
Samson Kutsuwada 14:15

1This was a two out of three falls match, which Baba won 2-1, with all three falls being decided via pinfall.

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