July 11, 1969: The Super Assassins & The Super Manager (Mario Galento under a mask) debuted in Atlanta beating the Soto Brothers.
July 12, 1969: The Super Assassins made there Television debut on Atlanta Wrestling WQXI TV defeating Tony Nero and Phil Robley.
July 19, 1969: The Super Assassins again beat the Sotos on WQXI TV the Super Manager flagrantly admitted name theft form the Assassins and that he had dubbed his team Super because the were the superior of the two teams. The gauntlet had been cast down. After the Assassins jumped and unmasked Galento a bit later on (circa Aug 22) he dauntlessly stated his team was still the better one since they were second only to the very, very best, that being him\
August 23, 1969--Atlanta TV: Joe Scarpa defeated Super Assassin #1 when he and #2 pulled a switch and were caught..
~~~On the same card; Super Assassin #2 (Efrain Martinez) defeated Tony Nero in 1 minute 35 seconds with a neck breaker..
September 3, 1969: Joe Scarpa beat Super Assailant #1 (Tomayo) | Super Assailant# 2 (Martinez) beat Derrell Cochran..
September 13, 1969: Dory Funk Jr. defeated Super Assailant # 2 (Efrain Martinez) on Atlanta Wrestling TV..
September 16, 1969: The Soto Brothers beat The Super A's and The Assassins in Round Robin to win the Tag Team titles..
September 17, 1969: Tex Mckenzie & The Professional defeated The Super Assailants .
September 20, 1969: Joe Scarpa pinned Super Assailant # 2 in a close match.
October 3, 1969: The Assassins & The Super Pro (Aldo Bogni) defeated The Super Assailants & Mario Galento..
~~~The Supper Assailants were forced to unmask after the match.
October 18, 1969: Unmasked Super Assailant #1 Joe Tomayo defeated Tim Geohagen in 8 minutes
1970: The Super A's returned to Atlanta in their Blue Demon persona openly challenging Buddy Fuller and Ray Gunkel..
~~~The Demons lost in two minutes flat! Later in the year they returned again and lost to Les Wolff and El Mongol..