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Ultra Quick Wrestling - Ultra Quick

FrankC - Apr 27, 2010 - 07:02 AM
Post subject: Ultra Quick
Like most of you I have altered or added my own charts to allow the game to flow easily for me. I add a wrestler here and there and I have managers work slightly different. Overall though, this is Ultra Quick with slight variations.

Savannah Civic Center -Savannah, GA/announcers; David Crockett Jr and Dusty Rhodes

1. Salvatore Sincere; Tilt-A-Whirl Bodyslam pin over Dusty Wolfe.
2. Dustin Rhodes; Lone-Star DDT pin over Disco Inferno.
3. Rip Morgan won by Count-Out over Jimmy Valiant. Jimmy was fighting with Sinister Minister.
4. Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorf/Paul Roma) beat Rock & Roll Express (Robert Gibson/Ricky Morton). Gibson took Brass Nucks from Roma but was then caught and DQ'd by referee Mike Chioda.
5. Giant Haystacks won by Count-Out over Arn Anderson after Arn was thrown through a ringside table.
6. Tommy Rich pinned Lord Steven Regal.
FrankC - Apr 27, 2010 - 07:46 AM
Post subject: more
I converted all the wrestlers I use to the larger scle using the Excel Card Template that is found at the free downloads. I was able to find a picture for every wrestler except 1, Steve Cox. When you figure the hundreds of wrestlers, that's pretty good. I have 4 Federations; WCCW, Hardcore, WCW, and WWF so I am talking about a lot of wrestlers.

WCW - Gaylord Center - Nashville, TN/announcers: Eric Bischoff and Lee Marshall

1. Kevin Sullivan won by Count-Out over Reno Riggins when Riggins chased Luna Vachon backstage.
2. Danny Boy Collins pinned Colonel DeBeers. Davey Boy Smith was the guest at the announcer's table and DeBeers called him out. Smith then gave him a concrete piledriver and threw the Colonel into the ring.
3. The Great Muta pinned Riki Chosyu.
4. The orient Express (Kato/Pat Tanaka) won by Count-Out over Top Gunns (John Paul/Ricky Rice). John Paul got caught in a melee and failed to make the count.
5. Abdullah the Butcher pinned Davey Boy Smith. Colonel DeBeers gave Abdullah a sharp object; Slash, Lots of blood to blind Davey.
6. Primetime Brian Lee won by Count-Out over Terry Taylor. Terry was chasing Tammy Lynn Sytch. Taylor retains the U.S.Title.
FrankC - Apr 27, 2010 - 10:31 AM
Post subject: more mayhem
I have played sports board games all my life. In 2 days I will be 72 and I consider myself young. As long as I have an imagination, a game and dice, I will continue to play. I am a retired teacher. I always had a board game club in school. Students could come in after school and play APBA, Strat and even Dungeons and Dragons. When Pro Wrestling Superstar was introduced wrestling was just entering the Golden Age of Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan. It became big at the after school club. Then Champions of the Galaxy was released and it continued the wrestling trend. Ulta Quick Wrestling serves my purposes now because I am more interested in the pre and post extra activity that leads to a win at a match. My extra charts have added a new dimension for my game. I introduced my wife to the game. She is completely lost because the only wrestler she knows is Hulk Hogan. The game would better fit our grandchildren but I'll bet they wouldn't exceed our fun. It must be quite site to see a near 72 year old man and a 69 year old woman rolling the dice and living out a night of wrestling mayhem. I wonder if this is what Jeff had in mind when he released this game some years back. I doubt it.

ECW - Ironbound Rec Center - Newark, NJ/announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner

1. Mr. Hughes won by Count-Out over 911 after 911 was slammed through a table and couldn't return.
2. Max Payne; Wallapalooza pin over Fallen Angel.
3. E.Z. Money pinned Dean Malenko by using a hidden money clip for the KO.
4. Bad St Boys (Joey Mathews/Christian York) beat The Gangstas (Matafa Saed/New Jack). New jack was Counted-Out.
5. Rob Van Dam won by DQ over C.W. Anderson after Sinister Minister hit referee Andrew Thomas with a Loaded Good Book.
6. Mike Awesome won by Count-Out over Steve Corino when Steve chased Paul Hayman to the locker room. Awesome retains the ECW Title.

ECW Arena - Philadelphia/ announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Chris Hamrick pinned Big Dick Dudley. Dick was distracted by Balz Mahoney and Chris rolled him up.
2. Kid Kash pinned Simon Diamond after throwing sand in his eyes.
3. BRASS NUCKS MATCH - Roadkill KO's Balz Mahoney with Double Knucks to the guts and choppers. Dick Dudley constantly distracted Balz leading to the KO. Balz was carried out on a stretcher.
4. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) won by DQ over Blue World Order (Stevie Richards/Blue Meanie) after Chastity called out The Sandman who beat The Rottens with his Kendo Stick. Mike Adanie DQ'd BWO.
5. Taz pinned Raven. Kimmona Wannalaya was talking strategies with Raven and Taz rolled him up.
6. BARBED WIRE MATCH - Terry Funk beat Cactus Jack. Jack fell from the top turnbuckle onto the Barbed Wire ropes and was unable to continue. Terry Funk wins the Hardcore Title.
MKABear - Apr 27, 2010 - 05:50 PM
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Great stuff Frank. I love UQ wrestling also, and have adapted it to all kinds of games. Gladiators, you may be one and done if the King/Queen isn't impressed. I have tried to make a Celebrity Death Match, but I didn't watch the show when it was on, so I don't really know all the details to simulate it.

Thanks for the updates, and get Jimmy Valiant a rematch (he is a favorite of mine!) I watched Memphis wrestling growing up.

Turn down the volume on this, it was recorded very loud!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TCEPETXlVo&feature=related
everhat - Apr 27, 2010 - 07:38 PM
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Awesome session reports!!

Better than watching it on TV (no commercials!).
MKABear - Apr 28, 2010 - 05:03 AM
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I don't know the Steve Cox fellow, but I did find this picture on the internet. I do hope it is of the fellow you are looking for.

http://www.obsessedwithwrestling.com/pictures/s/stevecox/05.jpg
FrankC - Apr 28, 2010 - 07:27 AM
Post subject: wrestling 4-28
Thanks for the pic of Steve Cox. Jimmy Valiant was a fun performer. I first saw him at the Ridgewood Gardens in Brroklyn/Queens back in the 60's. He was using the name Jimmy Vallen. He became pretty popular wrestling against guys like Mr. TV Jackie Pallo and Chief Osley Saunooke. Jimmy's days at the lower level were numbered because he had simply too much talent. He signed up at the WWWF as a evil tag partner on the Valiant Brothers. The rest is history. Great video.
FrankC - Apr 28, 2010 - 08:05 AM
Post subject: wrestling 4-28
WCW - Mobile Civic Center - Mobile, AL/announcers; Bob Caudle and Johnny Weaver

1. Frankie "Thumper" Lancaster pinned Highlander Drew McDonald after Pistol Pez Whatley crowned McDonald with a microphone. Pez was at the announcer's table and Drew slapped him.
2. Gorgeous Gary Young won by Count-Out over White Lightening Tim Hoerner. Playboy Gary Hart held Tim so he couldn't make the count.
3. Dr. Tom Pritchard won by DQ over Pistol Pez Whatley. Whatley, frustrated by the cheating of the Doctor and Brother Love, used a Chairshot. Referee Nick Patrick call for a DQ.
4. The Bruise Brothers (Don/Ron Harris) beat The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs/Jerry Saggs). Ron Harris pinned Knobs. Downtown Bruno tossed Knobs Brass Nucks but Ron intercepted and used to KO.
5. Bruiser Brody; Jumping Knee Drop pin over Maniac Mark Lewin.
6. Ric Flair pinned Ricky Steamboat. Flair used hidden brass nucks while ref Mike Cioda was KO'd.
7. New Breed (Sean Royal/Chris Champion) beat Road Warriors (Hawk/Animal). Sean Royal pinned Animal after Dawn Marie viciously scratched his eyes. New Breed retains the WCW Tag Title.
FrankC - Apr 28, 2010 - 05:12 PM
Post subject: vintage wrestling
When I was a kid in the early 50's wrestling became popular on the TV. It led to our going to the local arena (Ridgewood Grove) to see some of the cards. My grandfather loved wrestling as did most Italians and he wanted to see Antonio Rocca along with some others like Chief Don Eagle, Mr. Moto and Gypsie Chewaki (Lenny Montana), who you may remember as Luca Brazi in The Godfather. About 15 years later the matches at Ridgewood Grove were still going and that is where I 1st saw Jimmy Valiant who was the heel Big Jon Vallen and then the face Jimmy Vallen. I mentioned TV Jackie Pallo and Chief Osley Saunooke before. Pallo was a Gorgeous George "wannabe" and Saunooke was a test for all up and coming wrestlers. Saunooke was depicted in the movie "The One and the Only." Pallo was an itch while the Chief was a guy who would give a big war cry and chase the opponent around the arena. One match we were at, the Chief did his usual "yelp" and then chased Pallo. Pallo found a trash can and was able to stuff it over Saunooke's head. Jackie then found a baseball bat and crashed it to the trash can side ringing the Chief's bell several time. It was match that was way ahead of its time but shows that today's wrestling wasn't the only wrestling with unusual happenings. They were only in the ring for a moment and both were counted out but it was a joy of a match.
FrankC - Apr 29, 2010 - 07:39 AM
Post subject: wrestling 4-29
WCW - L. Joel Coliseum - Winston-Salem, NC/announcers; Tony Schiavone and Gordie Solie

1. Roadblock pinned Hustler Rip Rogers.
2. Van Hammer pinned Jushin "Thunder" Liger after crashing a guitar over his head.
3. Irwin R. Shyster beat Brad Armstrong. Commission Jack Brisco made this a CAGE MATCH. Shyster escaped after performing a Running Power Slam against the cage and then his Write Off (Flying Clothesline).
4. The Steiners (Rick/Scott) beat PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D). Scott pinned Wolfie D.
5. Barry Windham; Bulldog Pin over Rowdy Roddy Piper after Alexandra York hit Roddy with a briefcase.
6. Big Van Vader pinned Lex Luger. Jim Cornette crowned Luger with a Gong-Bell.
7. Kendo Nagasaki beat Sting. Jack Brisco ordered a BOOT CAMP Match. Referee Nick Patrick was KO'd and Sinister Minister got the rifle. Nagasaki held Sting down while Sin-Min beat him unmercifully with the rifle butt. The MASH unit was called to carry Sting away. Kendo Nagasaki won the WCW Title.
FrankC - Apr 30, 2010 - 07:57 AM
Post subject: wrestling 4-30
WWF - Wachovia Center - Philadelphia, PA/announcers; Mean Gene Okerlund and Jerry Lawler

Pre-Show match - Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake; Running Kneedrop pin over Robbie Ellis. Ellis then got a haircut.
1. Tatanka; Renegade Drop pin over Bastian Booger.
2. Jim Powers pinned Skinner. Skinner bumped Big Bossman outside the ring and Bossman used his Billy Club before tossing Skinner back for the pin.
3. Big Bossman pinned Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett was bust trying to save Kimmona from Slick. Bossman hit him with a Spin Slam.
4. The Bushwhackers (Butch/Luke) beat Samoan Swat Team (Fatu/Samu). Butch over Fatu with the Bushwhacker Battering Ram after Mr. Fuji hit Fatu with a cane by mistake.
5. Papa Shango pinned Sam Houston after slashing him with a sharp object. Sam was blinded with blood.
6. Ravishing Rick Rude pinned Jake "The Snake" Roberts. Sensational Sherri sprayed perfume into jakes eyes.
7. Ultimate Warrior won by Count-Out over Hercules Hernandez. Hercules retains the Intercontinental Title.
MKABear - Apr 30, 2010 - 09:35 PM
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I was at ringside for these matches, and they ought to check into Papa Shango. He should be at least suspended if not arrested for what he did. They have to have a camera that shows the glint of the blade. I was thinking it was a single sided construction razor taped between his middle and ring fingers on his right hand.

If these guys ever put a show on in your town, it is worth the price to see them live. Totally different that pay per view, plus you get the added bonus of seeing stuff like Brutus cutting the hair!!!


^^^^

Great stuff Frank!
FrankC - May 01, 2010 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-1
I don't disagree about Papa Shango. He is some piece of work. At this point in time no suspension or arrests have been made. Jake Roberts was the follow up match and he watched his brother get slashed. Maybe some in the ring revenge is in order. Papa Shango's voodoo against Jake's snake. It sounds inviting.

WWF - HSBC Center - Buffalo, NY/announcers; Todd Pettingill and Sean Mooney

Pre-show match - Razor Ramon won by DQ over Barry Horowitz. Horowitz took Brass Nucks from Razor but was caught by referee Earl Hebner.
1. The Bezerker pinned Duke "Dumpster" Droese after Sheik Adnan crashed a chair over Duke's head.
2. Iron Mike Sharp; Loaded forearm pin over Johnny B. Badd. Gangrel was at ringside and became interested in Sable. It distracted Johnny from the match.
3. Bob Holly pinned Gangrel. Sable came to ringside and used pepper spray in Gangrel's eyes.
4. Ludvig Borgia pinned Hacksaw Jim Duggan.
5. The Rocker (Marty Janetty/ShawnMichaels) beat The Headbangers (Thrasher/Mosh). Mosh was counted out during a chair swing melee.
6. Earthquake; Avalanche pin over Sgt. Slaughter after Sheik Adnan hit Slaughter with a bottle.
7. Hulk Hogan pinned Million Dollar Man. Sensational Sherri missed with perfume spray and got Ted DeBiase instead.
everhat - May 01, 2010 - 12:42 PM
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These events are all awesome, FrankC!

I really enjoy reading them.
Sometimes I read them twice because they are so much fun.
FrankC - May 02, 2010 - 07:41 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-2
Thanks for the nice comments. As I stated, board games and wrestling games are not new to me. I just happen to be posting what I am doing now. Actually I have played Ultra Quick for years even converting Champions of the Galaxy to the game. I have added extra charts to allow the game to flow easy for me. It still requires very few die (dice) rolls. I wanted a chart to give me a direction on the more specific eventual ending to matches and I was able to create it. Let's face it most matches with 2 closely even wrestlers ends with the heel cheating to win or the face reversing the cheating and winning. It doesn't mean they can't use their finisher too. It simply means the bad guy cheats then uses his finisher and vice versa or uses a foreign object or outside help. I wanted that aspect. I also wanted to make it tougher for a jobber to win so I added a tougher % dice roll. Jobbers never have a 10% (90-100) chance of winning. If they do win it is because of another wrestler interferring to cause a feud with the jobber's opponent. Once I roll the dice the resuts are in stone so my charts and the fow of the matches are very important to me.

WWF - Conseco Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, IN/announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Jesse Ventura

1. Duke of Dorchester, Pete Doherty pinned Nailz. Bam Bam Bigelow was at the announcers table and Nailz made a few remarks. Bam bam KO'd him and threw him into the ring.
2. Bam Bam Bigelow; Flying Headbutt pin over Brooklyn Brawler.
3. Playboy Buddy Rose pinned Stunning Steve Austin. Jim Cornette threw sand and hit Steve in the eyes by mistake. Playboy was thrilled with the win.
4. Tugboat; Tidal Wave pin over The Mountie.
5. Demolition (Smash/Ax) beat Smokin Gunns (Bart/Billy). Ax pinned Billy.
6. The Undertaker; Choke Slam pin over Junkyard Dog.
7. Acolytes Protection Agency (Farooq/Bradshaw) beat Hart Foundation (Jim Niedhart/Bret Hart). Farooq pinned Bret. A sneak attack by Jimmy Hart with Brass Nucks got reversed causing the pin. A.P.A. retains the WWF Tag Titles.
FrankC - May 03, 2010 - 07:37 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-3
The 1991 is a great set for trasition of so many wrestlers. Many were on the brink of change so using the earlier version and possible moving into the change may be interesting. Along with 1991 I use hardcore for mayhem beyond belief and WCCW for sentimental reasons. I was setting up the 1973 East and I noticed a early version of Jimmy Snuka. In 1991 we have the late version. His best years were the period in between when he could apply his Superfly at great heights. By the time 1991 came along Jimmy had probably overstayed but with no where else to go he did his best in the ring. He could still win but his main event years had long since passed along with his great leap.

WWF - The Garden - Boston, MA/announcers; Jim Ross and Michael Cole

Pre-Match - Greg Valentine pinned Virgil after reversing a Chairshot.
1. T.L. Hopper; Beat with Betsy (Plunger) pin over Big Bully Busick.
2. NEBRASKA BULL ROPE MATCH - Haku pinned Jimmy Jack Funk after inflicting an eye gash with the Cowbell. Jimmy Jack was a bloody mess.
3. Too Cold Scorpio won by Count-Out over The Model Rick Martel. Martel felt he won the match so he he left ringside. Referee Jack Doan said "No" and counted him out.
4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) Count-Out over Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Beau was chasing Slick and couldn't make the count.
5. Jimmy Snuka pinned King Kong Bundy after Bobby Heenan swung a 2 x 4 and hit Bundy by mistake.
6. Randy Savage pinned Mr. Perfect after Perfect missed with a not so perfect Loaded Elbow Smash.
7. Dino Bravo pinned Billy Jack Haynes after Jimmy Hart KO'd Billy with a megaphone smash. Bravo wins the WWF Belt.
FrankC - May 04, 2010 - 07:31 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-4
WCCW - Wast Cal Arena -Sulpher, LA/announcers; Gene Goodson and David Penzer

1. Terry Sims won by Count-Out over Scott Casey. Casey was arguing with Al Madril, who came to ringside and failed to make the count.
2. Steve Doll; Flying Dropkick pin over Al Madril while Scott Casey was distracting Al.
3. The Spoilers beat The Batten Twins. Brad Batten was kicked into a Hot Dog stand and couldn't recover.
4. Jake "Snake" Roberts pinned Mark Youngblood. Baby Doll handed Jake a roll of coins and several whacks later Mark was KO'd.
5. Kamala; Splash pin over David Von Erich. Skandor Akbar found a chain under the ring and used it on David.
6. Black Bart; Texas Trash Compactor (Legdrop) pin over Brickhouse Brown during a Cornette distraction. Black Bart retains the Texas Title.
FrankC - May 05, 2010 - 05:49 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-5
WCCW - Joplin Memorial Hall - Joplin, MO/announcers; Steve Harms and Frank Dusek

1. Brian Adidas pinned Taras Bulba after reversing a Gong-Bell smash.
2. Jimmy Golden: Piledriver pin on Busy McGraw.
3. The Von Erichs (Kevin/Lance) beat pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware). Lance pinned Norvell.
4. Great Kabuki pinned Maniac Matt Borne after Percy Pringle tripped Borne with a cane.
5. Flamboyant Eric Embry; Piledriver pin over Rip "Crippler" Oliver. Oliver was arguing with Matt Borne giving Embry enough time to smash and pin.
6. Jimmy Garvin pinned Iceman King Parsons. Jimmy Garvin wins the WCCW TV Title.
FrankC - May 06, 2010 - 07:24 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-6
WCCW - Crossroads Arena - Corinth, MS/announcers; Dan Coates and Johnny Weaver

1. Skip Young pinned Cactus Jack Manson after Skandor Akbar took a swipe with a sharp object and missed cutting Jack. He was blinded with blood.
2. Jeep Swenson pinned Steve Cox by smashing a chair to his skull.
3. One Man Gang; 747 Splash pin over Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe.
4. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers) beat the Rock N Roll RPM's (Mike Davis/Tommy Lane). Bobby Fulton pinned Mike Davis.
5. Crusher Yukoff; Big Splash pin over Dizzy Hogan.
6. Killer Khan pinned Austin Idol after a Playboy Gary Hart Loaded Boot smash to Idol's groin.
7. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton/Dennis Condrey) beat The Simpsons (Shawn/Steve). Condrey pinned Shawn with a Double Underhook Piledriver after Jim Cornette hit Shawn with a Tire Iron. The Midnight Express win the WCCW Tag Title.
ronarnst - May 06, 2010 - 05:19 PM
Post subject: UQ Wrestling charts
Hi Frank;

Sounds like you and I are from similar generations and the very same state of mind. I'll be 60 next week and I am playing more tabletop sports games now than ever before!!

I would be interested in any chart or rule tweaks you have made. I like UQ Wrestling right out of the box but my mind is always open for ways to make good into better.

You an either reply here or contact me by email. My address is ronarnst at mts dot net.

Thanks.
MKABear - May 06, 2010 - 06:42 PM
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Austin Idol needs a tough tag team partner to take care of business with Khan and Hart after they cost him the match in Corinth! Idol don't take lightly to that kind of crap!!!
everhat - May 06, 2010 - 07:07 PM
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Awesome once again, Frank!
FrankC - May 07, 2010 - 07:02 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-7
WCCW - Spur Arena - San Angelo, TX/announcers; Bill Mercer and Marc Lowrance

1. Johnny Mantel pinned Killer Tim Brooks. Kendall Windham came to ringside and taunted Tim causing the pin.
2. Super American Ninja pinned Boris Zukov.
3. Kendall Windham won by DQ over Missing Link. Skandor Akbar hit Kendall with a bottle and referee Jim Kordeas called for the bell.
4. Coast Connection (Jack Victory/Hollywood Tatum) beat The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts). Tatum pinned Roberts after Missy Hyatt handed Tatum Brass Nucks for the KO.
5. Gino Hernandez; Top Rope Elbow Drop pin over Chris Adams. Adams was concerned for Sunshine after Buzz Sawyer came to ringside. It caused a distraction and Gino took advantage.
6. Maddog Buzz Sawyer pinned Kerry Von Erich. Percy Pringle smashed a Gong-Bell to Kerry's skull.
7. Dingo Warrior won by DQ over Al Perez. Skandor Akbar entered the ring with a barbed wire baseball bat and referee Bronco Lubich called for the bell. Perez retains the WCCW title.
FrankC - May 08, 2010 - 08:07 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-8
ECW - Wonderland - Revere, MA/announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner

1. Dudley Dudley pinned Vito LoGrasso after smashing the Gong-Bell over his head.
2. Chris Hamrick won by DQ over Johnny Swinger. Swinger was caught with a can of insect repellent.
3. The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed) beat CAN-AM Express (Doug Furnas/Phil Lafon). New Jack pinned Doug Furnas.
4. Rhyno pinned Steve Corino.
5. C.W. Anderson pinned Balz Mahoney. Referee Andy Thomas was KO'd by Sinister Minister. Bill Alphonso took over and deliberately made a fast count.
6. Cactus Jack pinned Max Payne. Max got into an argument with the still angry Balz Mahoney who was at ringside. Balz crowned Max with a chair and threw him into the ring.
FrankC - May 10, 2010 - 07:24 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-10
ECW - Boys & Girl Club - Dover, DE/announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Tony DeVito pinned Tracy Smothers after a wicked Chairshot.
2. Al Snow; Snow Plow (Brainbuster) pin over Hack Meyers.
3. Dean Melenko pinned EZ Money. EZ tried to hit Dean with a loaded money bag and the move was reversed. Smash!! KO!!
4. The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) beat the F.B.I. (Little Guido/Tony Mamaluke). Saturn pinned Guido after a trash can was caved over his head and body.
5. Sabu pinned Jerry Lynn. Bill Alphnso hit Jerry over the head with a tire iron,
6. Mikey Whipwreck won by Count-Out over Chris Cheti. Cheti was arguing with Al Snow at the announcer's table and referee Andrew Thomas called for the bell. Mikey Whipwreck retains the TV Title.
FrankC - May 11, 2010 - 08:38 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-11
I have added the 1973 wrestling and have decided to have some Saturday morning or evening TV matches that lead to the big arena shows.

Gene Okerlund - "Welcome to Big Time Wrestling here on Chan 27. You will see in action this morning the Baron, master of the Killer Klaw hold, The Sicilians meeting the youngsters Greg Gagne and Sgt Frank Holtz, a woman's match with tough Paula Kaye meeting our favorite cowgirl Sue Grren and the evil Sheik will be here to face fan favorite Arnold Skaaland in what would be a Main Event in any arena in the world. Let's get to the action. Waldo Von Erich, standing in the ring, seems irritated with my rambling."

Big Time Wrestling - WLOW Chan 27 - Minneapolis/announcers; Al De Rusha & Rodger Kent

1. Waldo Von Erich won by Count-Out over Luis Martinez. Martinez got thrown into the TV Crew and couldn't make the count.
2. Baron Von Rashke; The Iron Klaw submission over Tony DiPaulo. Big X on the TV screen.
3. The Sicilians (Lou Albano/Tony Altimore) beat Air Attack (Greg Gagne/Sgt Frank Holtz). Referee Izzy Moidel awarded the match to The Sicilians after Holtz was too bloody to continue. (Altimore had crashed a chair over the Sgt's head when Moidel was distracted.
4. Woman's Match - Cowgirl Sue Green and Paula Kaye; Time Limit Draw.
5. The Shiek won by Count-Out over Arnold Skaaland. Skaaland was fighting with The Sheik's manager Tony Angelo and couldn't make the count.
FrankC - May 12, 2010 - 07:34 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-12
Kevin Wall - "Wecome to Central States Wrestling here at KSHB. We are in for a great show that will feature Ray "Crippler" Stevens, Handsome Jimmy Valiant with the Grand Wizard, The rough and tough Executioners, a special midget match and our feature event will have the Manchurian terror Gorilla Monsoon meeting the high flying Gino Brito. My announcing partner is Bill Kersten. Let's get to the opening match."

Central States All-Star Wrestling/KSHB Chan 41 Kansas City/announcers; Bill Kersten & Kevin Wall

1. Ray "Crippler" Stevens; Bombs Away pin over Tony "Battman" Marino.
2. Handsome Jimmy Valiant won by Count-Out over "Spaceman" Frank Hickey. Hickey chased the Grand Wizard and failed to make the count.
3. Midget Match - Farmer Boy Jones won by Count-Out over Little Louie.
4. The Executioners beat The Bowery Boys (Frank Durso/Joe Abby). Executioner #2; Piledrive Pin over Frank Durso.
5. Gorilla Monsoon; Airplane Spin pin over Gino Brito.
FrankC - May 13, 2010 - 07:43 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-13
Bob Luce - "Hold on to your hats because we have some excitement this morning. You will see the always popular Manuel Soto along a special midget match with Little Boy Blue and rough Pee Wee Adams and a women's match featuring Jan Sheridan who will have her has full against rule bender Peggy Paterson. If that isn't enough crazy George "the Animal" Steele is here to taste the padding on the corner posts and the feature match has the immortal Killer Kowalski facing young up and coming Larry Zbyszko. My broadcasting partner is Bob Marlow. Let's get to the action."

WWA Wrestling - WFBM Chan 6 - Terre Haute, IN/announcers; Chuck Marlow and Bob Luce

1. Manuel Soto; Shoulder Breaker pin over Ron Ritchie.
2. George 'Animal' Steele; Hammerlock submission over Miguel Feliciano.
3. Midget Match - Little Boy Blue won by DQ over Pee Wee Adams. Adams got a 2 x 4 and brought it into the ring. Larry Lizowski called for the bell.
4. Women's Match - Peggy Patterson beat Jan Sheridan. Jan fell from the ring and was counted out when she couldn't make the count.
5. Killer Kowalski beat Larry Zbyszko. Larry cut his head by a smash to the steel steps. He was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV screen.
FrankC - May 14, 2010 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-14
Mick Karch - "We have a great show today for all you fans. Right here, this morning you will see The World's Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff, "The Axe" Larry Hennig and Donna Christianello one half of the women's Tag Team Champions. If that isn't enough we have two matches of high Main Event quality; Don Leo Jonathan will meet Ken Patera and The Blackjacks with Lou Albano will meet Crusher and Bruiser in a tag match. Let's settle back and get on with the show."


All Star Wrestling - Chan 43 - Cleveland/announcer; Slick Mick Karch

1. Larry "The Axe" Hennig won by Count-Out over Don Serrano. Serrano couldn't make the count after being body slammed on the cement.
2. In a non title match Champion Ivan Koloff won by DQ over Tony Angelo. Angelo pushed referee Patty Grimes to the mat so Patty called for the bell.
3. Donna Christianello won by Count-Out over Lily Thomas. Lily was fighting with Toni Rose and didn't make the count. Toni is Donna's tag partner.
4. Don Leo Jonathan won by DQ over Ken Patera. Ken brought a chair into the ring and referee Larry Lisowski DQ'd him.
5. The Blackjacks (Lanza and Mulligan) and Crusher and Bruiser ruled No Contest. Lanza and Crusher were both cut open and blinded with blood so referee Patty Grimes called the match. Big X on the TV.
FrankC - May 14, 2010 - 09:03 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-14 (ECW)
I continue to play the 70's but cannot ignore my other Federations. It is so different from one era to another and when I play then back to back I really notice the vast difference. I have been playing the 1973 with the charts provided so that I can get a nice feel for what we watched back then. I chose to have some Saturday morning matches to build up to the bigger arena shows later. With Feds like ECW, WCW or WWF those Sat morning shows cease to exist and a newer style of show took over. I can't really choose one era over the other. I am just enjoying this board game.


ECW - Long Island Arena - Commack, NY.Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette

1. Sal E. Graziano; Ba Da Bing Squash pin over Spike Dudley.
2. 911 won by DQ over Big Dick Dudley. Joel Gerner smashed a bottle over 911's head so referee Mike Adamie called for the bell.
3. Roadkill pinned Kid Kash after crowning him with the Gong-Bell.
4. Chris Candido; Blond Bomshell pin over Louie Spicoli.
5. Rob Van Dam pinned Sid Vicious. Sid was berating Joey Styles and turned his back on Van Dam who rolled him up.
6. The Dudley's (Bubba Ray/D-Von) beat Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge). Bubba Ray; Bubba Bomb pin over Rocco Rock after Joel Gertner gave Rocco a Chairshot. The Dudley's win the ECW Tag Titles.
MKABear - May 14, 2010 - 03:29 PM
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Frank, could I ask a favor? Would it be too much trouble for you to post the changes you made to customize your game, or could you send me a copy to wolfdreamer95@yahoo.com

I am really interested in the wrestlers you made!

Thanks, and keep up the great write ups!!
FrankC - May 15, 2010 - 10:13 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-15
Both of these Sat Morning shows are examples of the work a referee had to do. I designate a referee for Studio Wrestling from a list i compiled of actual referees and 2 for arena shows also from a list I compiled. It is for write up purposes although I have them class by profile; high (Dick Kroll) to cheater (Danny Davis). If an ending of a match dictates them I will add the cheating referee in the writeup.

Big Time Wrestling - Chan 61 Detroit/Joe Pedicino

1. Superstar Billy Graham won by DQ over Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan was blamed for Henry Van Loom being pulled from the ring. It was actually The Grand Wizard who did it.
2. Haystack Calhoon won by DQ over Stan Vachon. Stan tried to bring a baseball bat into the ring.
3. Tippi Wells won by DQ over Barbara Galento. Barbara got caught with Brass Nucks.
4. Pedro Morales; Flying Body Press pin over Tony Rocco.
5. Bruno Sammartino beat Johnny Valiant. Johnny cut his head open on the corner post and was unable to continue. Big X on the TV.

WWWF Pro Wrestling - WNYC New York/Joe McHugh and Jimmy Lennon

1. Ricky Cortez won by Count-Out over Chuck "Popeye" Richards. Popeye was thrown from the ring and couldn't make the count.
2. Baron Mikel Scicluna beat Pete Doherty. Pete split his head open when thrown the steps. Too much blood.
3. Toni Rose won by Count-Out over Vicki Williams. Vicki was fighting with Donna Christianello and failed to make the count.
4. Pacific Wave (Tony Garea/Dean Ho) and Rising Suns (Toru Tanaka/Mr. Fuji); Time Limit Draw.
5. Chief Jay Strongbow won by DQ over Eric the Red. Grand Wizard tried to pass Eric a small foreign object and was caught by referee Jack Mason.
FrankC - May 16, 2010 - 09:00 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-16
ECW Ironbound Rec Center - Newark, NJ/announcers; Joey Styles and Paul Hayman

1. Nova pinned Vic Grimes after a reversed attempt to throw salt to the eyes.
2. Yoshihiro Tajiri pinned Justin Credible. Dawn Marie missed with a Chairshot and hit Justin by mistake.
3. Lance Storm; Straight Shooter (Boston Crab) submission over J.T. Smith.
4. Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) by Count-Out over The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike). Wolfe chased Chastity into the locker room and failed to make the count.
5. Shane Douglas won by DQ over Tommy Dreamer. Tommy took a roll of coins from Francine who was handing them to Shane. Bill Alphonso saw Tommy and called for the bell.
6. Falls Count Anywhere Hardcore Title Match - Terry Funk pinned Mr. Hughes in the 3rd row ringside after hitting him in the noggin with a crowbar. Terry retains the Hardcore Title.
MKABear - May 17, 2010 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 5-16
FrankC wrote:
ECW Ironbound Rec Center - Newark, NJ/announcers; Joey Styles and Paul Hayman

6. Falls Count Anywhere Hardcore Title Match - Terry Funk pinned Mr. Hughes in the 3rd row ringside after hitting him in the noggin with a crowbar. Terry retains the Hardcore Title.


Terry Funk was Hardcore before there was Hardcore. I wouldn't want to meet the guy who takes this title away.

No one takes a beating like Cactus Jack, but Funk could really dish it out too!
FrankC - May 18, 2010 - 07:58 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-18
Both Terry Funk and Cactus Jack were excellent promoters of themselves. Terry went from an uncontrollable heel in the 80's to an icon of a fan favorite at the end of his career. Cactus Jack did the same. It is hard the imagine the scary Mankind emerging as the lovable Mick Floley. Along the way both wrestlers were dumb enough to compete in Barbed Wire Electrical matches or matches with the canvas covered in tacks. The fans loved them for it. When we think of Hardcore it is Terry and Cactus that come to mind. All others seem to be pretenders.

ECW Arena - Philadelphia, PA/announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Angel; Staple Gun Smash pin over Simon Diamond.
2. Rockin Rebel won by Count-Out over Masato Tanaka. Angel was at ringside and KO'd Tanaka with a Staple Gun Smash.
3. Chris Jericho; Liontamer (Boston Crab) submission over Danny Doring.
4. Bad St Boys (Christopher York/Joey Mathews) won by DQ over Bad Breed (Axl and Ian Rotten). Axl entered the ring with a 2 x 4 to help Ian. Referee Andrew Thomas call for the bell.
5. Raven; Evenflo DDT over The Sandman after Kimonna Wannalaya handed Raven Brass Nucks to use in setting up the pin.
6. Mike Awesome; Awesome Bomb pin over Tazz. Paul Hayman gave Awesome a roll of Coins for a stunning Whack!! Mike Awesome retains the ECW Title.
FrankC - May 19, 2010 - 08:22 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-19
Leo Voss - "Welcome to Mid-Atlantic Wrestling. You want the best and we present the best. This morning you will see in action Young Bob Orton Jr who continues to wrestle his way to stardom, also the crafty High Flyer Sam Steamboat from Hawaii, The Golden Grahams are here to face the despicable Hell Raisers Marc Lewin and Dr. Bill Miller, Billy Spears with his bag of tricks will face Edmund Francis and Paul Jones still reeling from his friend Ron Fuller's attitude change will face the same Ron Fuller now known as the Tennessee Stud. You are in for a treat my friends. My partner on the mike is Bill Bill Ward."

1973 Mid-Atlantic TV Wrestling/WETV Chan 3-Charlotte, NC/announcers; Bill Bill Ward and Leo Voss

1. Bob Orton Jr' Superplex pin over Bull Pometti.
2. Sam Steamboat; High Flying Dropkicks pin over Hangman Jim Grabmire.
3. The Hell Raisers (Marc Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller) beat Golden Grahams (MIke and Eddie). Marl Lewin pinned Eddie Graham after Dr. Bill Miller snuck in a punch with Brass Nucks.
4. Billy Spears; Taped Thumb to eyes pin over Edmund "Ed" Francis.
5. Paul Jones pinned Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller.
FrankC - May 20, 2010 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: tv wrestling 5-20
Stan Rhodes - "Welcome to Georgia Championship Wrestling. This morning you will see the youngster you have been hearing about, Dick Slater. Also on this card is the exciting masked Mexican high flyer El Olympico, the arrogant Dottie Downs Moondog Lonnie Mayne and The Mr. Wrestlin's #1 and #2 will meet The Balckhearts team of Black Gordman and Great Goliat. That is main event in any arena in this country. My partner on the mike is Gordie Solie."

1973 Georgia Championship TV Wresting/WTBS Chan 11 - Atlanta/Gordie Solie and Stan Rhodes

1. Dick Slater;Patented knee Drop pin over Ben Ortiz.
2. El Olympico; Flying Body Press pin over Beautiful Bruce Swayze.
3. Dottie Downs; Running power Slam pin over Ava Swedorff.
4. Mr. Wrestling's (#1 & #2) won by DQ over The Blackhearts (Black Gordman & Great Goliat). Black Gordman pushed referee Lou Magnolia through the ropes to the floor.
5. Moondog Mayne pinned Chuck O'Connor.
FrankC - May 20, 2010 - 08:14 AM
Post subject: 1990 WCW
WCW - Charleton Civic center - Charleston, WV/announcers; Tony Schiavone & Dusty Rhodes

1. Highlander Drew McDonald pinned Reno Riggins. Riggins was somehow sliced with a foreign object and was blinded by the blood. manager George Gillette tried to look innocent.
2. Rip Morgan pinned Pistol Pez Whatley after Sinister Minister Mitchell crowned Pez with a loaded book.
3. Brad Armstrong; Russian Leg Sweep pin over Maniac Mark Lewin after Brad intercepted Brass Nucks thrown. He used them and then his finisher.
4. Rock & Roll Express (Robert Gibson/Ricky Morton) beat Orient Express (Kato/Pat Tanaka). Gibson pinned Kato after Morton took a baseball bat from Tanaka and used it on Kato.
5. Gorgeous Gary Young pinned Boogie Valiant after a blindside smash while Boogie was distracted by Gary Hart.
6. Irwin R. Shyster pinned Ricky Steamboat. Ricky was distracted by Luna vachon and Irwin hit him with a Flying Clothesline.
FrankC - May 21, 2010 - 08:09 AM
Post subject: 1973 wrestling 5-21
Gordie Solie - "Welcome to CWF TV Wrestling. This morning we have a great show with sensational stars including Bobby Shane, Buddy Colt, Big Bill Dromo and the popular American Brred team facing off against the disgruntled Far East Express. If that isn't enough, Dory Funk Jr is here this morning. The action will be starting. I see the Intercontinental Nobleman waltzing down the aisle. My announcing partner is Barbara Clary."

TV Championship Wrestling from Florida/WTOG Chan 44 - Tamp-St. Pete
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary

1. Bobby Shane; Reverse Cradle pin over Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko.
2. Buddy Colt pinned Pancho Valdez.
3. American Breed (Billy Red Cloud/Sonny King) won by DQ over Far East Express (Masato Arakawa/King Curtis). Crybaby Cannon jumped on referee Jack Mason as Bill was about to pin King Curtis.
4. Hurricaine Frank Hester beat Mean John Furr when Furr was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV.
5. Big Bill Dromo beat Dory Funk Jr. Dory cut his head and was covered with blood. Big X on the TV.
FrankC - May 21, 2010 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: 1990 wrestling (WCW)
WCW - Richmond Coliseum - Richmond, VA/announcers Larry Zbyszko and Eric Bishoff

1. Kevin Sullivan pinned Disco Inferno after Luna Vachon sprayed Pepper Spray into Disco's eyes.
2. Frankie "Thumper" Lancaster; Diving Clothesline pin over Roadblock. Roadblock was distracted by Sal Sincere who had come to ringside.
3. Salvatore Sincere pinned Roddy Piper after hitting him with a chain found under the ring. Referee Mike Chioda was KO'd at the time.
4. Nasty Boys (Brian Knobs/Jerry Saggs) beat Bruise Bros (Ron/Don Harris). Saggs over Don after Downtown Bruno hit Don in the Skull with the Gong-Bell.
5. Big Van Vader won by Count-Out over Giant Haystacks.
6. Primetime Brian Lee; Cancellation (Back Breaker Drop) pin over Terry Taylor. Tammy Sytch handed Brian a roll of coins to use before the finisher. Brian Lee wins the United States Title.
MKABear - May 21, 2010 - 09:31 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 wrestling 5-21
FrankC wrote:

4. Hurricaine Frank Hester beat Mean John Furr when Furr was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV.
5. Big Bill Dromo beat Dory Funk Jr. Dory cut his head and was covered with blood. Big X on the TV.



I hate it when they censor out the blood. It is no worse than what you see on Cannon, Kojak, and Barnaby Jones every week. I am going to write my Congressman.

Another great show, FC!
FrankC - May 21, 2010 - 10:05 AM
Post subject: 1973 Wrestling
MKABear, I am really enjoying the 1973 yearbook of wrestling. There are so many wrestlers and most of them I remember well. I have broken the Federations into a NorthEast/Midwest and a SouthEast/Deep South so basically 2 Federations. What I am playing right now is the studio Saturday Morning matches. You will notice several leeser wrestlers up against some major stars at each show. After I play the TV wrestling, I will then have the larger show at the major arenas with some of the feuds or anger carrying over and some of the wrestlers who needed a win and got one able to face a more prestigious foe.

The 1973 season is great but is kept within the era by the boards. Without the boards you have 1973 wrestlers competing in today world. It would be OK but not as much fun and simply not nostalgic. I have altered some of the % for matches that end because of too much blood. In spite of my alterations I had 2 in a row at the last TV taping. That is good though because I can carry those feuds over to the major arenas helping to pack the house for those who saw this on TV. I also have a certain number of Jobber wrestlers who will be on TV but not at major shows.
FrankC - May 22, 2010 - 07:32 AM
Post subject: 1970's wrestling 5-22
1973 - International Championship TV Wrestling - WJHL Chan11 - Johnson City, TN
announcers; Jess McGrath and Rich Landrum

1. L.D. Lewis pinned Bepo Mongol after reversing a Gong Bell Smash.
2. Hans Schmidt; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Cowboy Parker.
3. Brisco/Funk Connection (Jack Brisco/Terry Funk) and Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger); Time Limit Draw.
4. Bob Armstrong; Jawbreaker pin over Blackjack Slade.
5. Mil Mascaras; Repeated Dropkicks pin over Chris Markoff.
FrankC - May 22, 2010 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: wcw wrestling 5-22
1990 WCW - Charlotte Arena - Charlotte, NC/announcers; David Crockett Jr and Tony Schiavone

1. Jushin "Thunder" Liger won by DQ over Hustler Rip Rogers after Rogers hit Liger with a microphone.
2. Tim Hoerner won by DQ over Lord Steven Regal. Manager George Gillette and Regal used Brass Nucks to pulverize Tim. Nick Patrick called for the bell and the stretcher.
3. Sting pinned Colonel DeBeers after reversing a 2 x 4 shot.
4. PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D) beat Top Guns (John Paul/Ricky Rice). Wolfie D pinned John Paul.
5. Arn Anderson; Gordbuster pin over Great Muta after a whack with a hidden object.
6. Lex Luger pinned Ric Flair. Rollup during a distraction by Sting.
7. The Steiner's (Scott/Rick) beat New Breed (Sean Royal/Chris Champion). Scott; Super Samoan Drop pin over Chris. The Steiner's win the WCW Tag Title.
everhat - May 22, 2010 - 08:55 AM
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Lots and lots of fun here, Frank!

Thanks!!!
MKABear - May 22, 2010 - 05:16 PM
Post subject:
This is so great Frank, that I hate to ask for more. But could you periodically list your Federation's Champs and Top 5's or 10's contenders.

With the number of views this thread is getting, I know there are many of us you are entertaining!!!

(PS - Handsome Jimmy and Austin Idol are ready to wrestle again)
FrankC - May 23, 2010 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: wrestling ranking 5-23
I haven't had enought time with the 1970's to have champions with the exception of Ivan Koloff who won a elimination tournament. Soon though.
WCCW, ECW, WCW and WWF have been active for quite a while so the rankings are here;

Rankings as of May 23

WCCW (World Class)

WCCW Title – Al Perez

1. Dingo Warrior

2. Killer Khan

3. Gino Hernandez

4. Jake Roberts

5. Great Kabuki

WCCW Tag Title – Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton)

1. Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers)

2. Coast Connection (Jack Victory & Hollywood Tatum)

3. The Simpsons (Shawn & Steve)

4. The Spoilers (#1 & #2)

5. The Von Erichs (Kevin & Lance)

Texas Title – Black Bart

1. Eric Embry

2. Jeep Swenson

3. Brickhouse Brown

4. Kendall Windham

5. Crusher Yukoff

WCCW TV Title – Jimmy Garvin

1. Brian Adidas

2. One man gang

3. Buzz Sawyer

4. Kamala

5. Iceman King Parsons

ECW – Hardcore

ECW Title – Mike Awesome

1. Raven

2. Chris Jericho

3. Tazz

4. Shane Douglas

5. Rob Van Dam

ECW Tag Title – The Dudley’s (Bubba ray & D-Von)

1. The Eliminators (John Kronus & Perry Saturn)

2. B.W.O. – Blue World Order (Blue Meanie & Stevie Richards)

3. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock & Johnny Grunge)

4. The Gangstas (New Jack & Mustafa Saed)

5. Bad St Boys (Christopher York & Joey Mathews)

Hardcore Title – Terry Funk

1. C.W. Anderson

2. Cactus Jack

3. Mr. Hughes

4. Roadkill

5. Angel

ECW TV Title – Mickey Whipwreck

1. Chris Candido

2. Nova

3. Chris Cheti

4. Yoshihiro Tajiri

5. Dean Malenko

WCW

WCW Title – Kendo Nagasaki

1. Tommy Rich

2. Barry Windham

3. Lex Luger

4. Arn Anderson

5. Big Van Vader

WCW Tag Title – The Steiners (Rick & Scott)

1. Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs)

2. Road Warriors (Animal & Hawk)

3. New Breed (Chris Champion & Sean Royal)

4. Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson)

5. PG-13 (J.C. Ice & Wolfie D)





U.S. Title – Primetime Brian Lee

1. Dustin Rhodes

2. Gorgeous gary Young

3. Terry Taylor

4. Bruiser Brody

5. Brad Armstrong



WWF

WWF Title – Dino Bravo

1. Ultimate Warrior

2. Hulk Hogan

3. The Undertaker

4. Mr. Perfect

5. Earthquake

WWF Tag Title – A.P.A. Acolyte Protection Agency (Bradshaw & Farooq)

1. Demolition (Ax & Smash)

2. The Rockers (Marty Janetty & Shawn Michaels)

3. Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart

4. Bushwhackers (Luke & Butch)

5. Smoking Gunns (Bart & Billy)

Intercontinental – Hercules Hernandez

1. Too Cold Scorpio

2. Ludvig Borga

3. Big Bossman

4. Billy Jack Haynes

5. Rick “ The Model” Martel
MKABear - May 23, 2010 - 08:18 PM
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Thanks Frank! Keep up the good work!
FrankC - May 24, 2010 - 01:15 PM
Post subject: wrestling 5-24 (MSW)
Dickie Steinborn – Welcome to Mid-South Wrestling where the finest grapplers are here each week . Today you will see Rapid Ricky Romero the high flyer from Arizona, Jimmy Snuka, a newcomer from Fuji who we hear is fun to watch, the fabulous Joyce Grable, The Mean Infernos with J.C. Dykes will meet The Jet Mag Set of Norvell Austin and Tiger Conway Jr and Jos LeDuc the Quebec Lumberjack will face egotist Mike McCord.* He is according to him “The Women’s Pet and the Men’s Regret.”

Mid-South Wrestling – WTVY Chan 4 – Dothan-Mobile
Announcers; Charlie Pratt & Dickie Steinborn
1. Rapid Ricky Romero; Sleeperhold submission over Wolfman Smith.
2. Jimmy Snuka; Headbutt pin over Buddy Wolfe.
3. Joyce Grable; Boston Crab submission over Helen O’Connor.
4. The Infernos (#1 & #2) beat The Jet Set (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr. Inferno #1 pinned Tiger.
5. Mike McCord beat Jos LeDuc. Leduc was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV.
*note – McCord eventually reinvented himself as Austin Idol.
FrankC - May 24, 2010 - 01:20 PM
Post subject: wrestling 5-24 (SECW)
Ed Capral – “This is the SECW home to the best wrestling this side of everywhere. We have the rough Bulldog Brower here this morning. Cowboy Bob Ellis is here. To add to that we have Bulldozer Bobby Duncum and King Louie Tillet. The feature bout will have Cowboy Bill Watts facing Big Bad John. Let’s get to the show.”

South-East Championship Wrestling – WBIR Chan 10 – Knoxville, TN
Announcers; Jess McGrath & Ed Capral
1. Bulldog Brower; Double Leaping Forearm pin over Lee Wong.
2. Cowboy Bob Ellis; Bulldog Headlock pin over Maniac Mike Conrad.
3. Bobby Duncum; Texas Bulldozer pin (Running Power Slam) over Gordon Nelson.
4. King Louie Tillet pinned Jose Gonzalez after a smash with a hidden object.
5. Cowboy Bill Watts and Big Bad John; Double Count-Out.
MKABear - May 24, 2010 - 02:33 PM
Post subject: !
Thanks for the reminder on Mike McCord. I knew that at one time, but I had forgotten his career before Idol. It was a good career move for him I believe, plus Austin Idol is such a cool name!

It was probably ny second choice for the name of my son after Marcus Aurelius. My wife only had girls though!
FrankC - May 24, 2010 - 03:00 PM
Post subject: Austin Idol
Dennis "Mike" McCord was on the airplane piloted by Buddy Colt that crashed in 1975 killing Bobby Shane. Gary Hart was also in the plane. McCord suffered 2 broken ankles but was more injured through devistation of his good friend's death. He left wrestling but was convinced by Gary Hart to eventually return to the ring. He came back 3 years later as the invented Austin Idol. He was 100 pounds lighter and had bleached blond hair. His respect by the fans seem to stem from his own individuality. He was never controlled by any Federation. He was in fact a free lance Superstar, which is very rare in the wrestling world.
FrankC - May 25, 2010 - 07:18 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-25 (WCW)
WCW Barton Coliseum – Little Rock, AR/announcers; Dusty Rhodes & Lee Marshall

1. Dirty Danny Collins won by Count-Out over Dusty Wolfe.
2. Dustin Rhodes pinned Van Hammer after Hammer tried to use a guitar shot and Dustin reversed it.
3. Riki Chosyu pinned Dr. Tom Pritchard. Brother Love tripped Pritchard by mistake.
4. Pretty Wonderful (Paul Orndorff/Paul Roma) beat Road Warriors (Hawk/Animal). Sable kept interfering and Hawk chased her to the locker room. Mass confusion in the melee. Ref Nick Patrick counted Hawk out.
5. Davy Boy Smith; Running Slam pin over Barry Windham. Alexandra York tried to spray perfume into Davy’s eyes. He got the bottle and used it on Barry.
6. Bruiser Brody pinned Abdullah the Butcher after a reverse Chairshot.
7. Tommy Rich pinned Kendo Nagasaki. Sinister Minister Mitchell gave Nagasaki some Brass Nucks; Tommy got them and KO’d Kendo. Tommy Rich wins the WCW Title.
MKABear - May 25, 2010 - 11:34 AM
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Great show in Little Rock!

Any of the final four matches could have stood as main event anywhere in the country!

I wondered how Pretty Wonderful could beat the Roadwarriors. I knew something had to be amiss. Roadwarriors demand a rematch with ????? in their corner to prevent a repeat!
FrankC - May 25, 2010 - 04:17 PM
Post subject: wrestling (WCW)
Road Warriors loss shows how much a valet or manager can alter the match even for mediocre teams. There are some questions to be answered. Will Alexandra York be satisfied with Barry Windham's failure against Davy Boy Smith and will she try to recruit the sqeeky clean Bulldog Davey Boy Smith into her stable. How long before someone tries to alter Tommy Rich to the Dark Side? Can anyone control Bruiser Brody?

One card leads to another and when Gene Okerlund says that it will finally get solved we somehow know it is never true.
FrankC - May 26, 2010 - 08:21 AM
Post subject: wrestling (WWF) 5-26
WWF – Civic Center – Worcester, MA/announcers Jim Ross & Ron Barnett

1. Skinner; Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) pin over Robbie Ellis.
2. Gangrel pinned Iron Mike Sharp.
3. Sgt Slaughter pinned Brooklyn Brawler after he took Brawler’s hidden foreign object.
4. Greg Valentine threw sand to the eyes to pin Haku who tried to use the sand on Greg.
5. Brutus Beefcake pinned Rick “The Model” Martel. Ivory hit Rick with the Gong-Bell by mistake.
6. Smoking Guns (Bart/Billy) beat Hart Foundation (Brett Hart/Jim Niedhart). Bart pinned Jim Niedhart after Bill stole Jimmy Hart’s megaphone to crown Neidhart.
7. Eathquake; Avalanche pin over Big Bossman after Sheik Adnan crowned Bossman with a bottle.
8. Hulk Hogan; Jumping Leg Drop Pin over The Bezerker .
FrankC - May 27, 2010 - 08:01 AM
Post subject: WWF 5-27
Sometimes the games can surprise us. It was an oddity that the A.P.A., a hired hit team, won the tag titles some time ago from The Powers of Pain (Warlord and Barbarian) but now they continue to hang on to the belts. It is not as though thay are hand picking opponents. They have taken on eveyone and have prevailed. Hats off to these two beer swilling poker playing hit men; The Acolytes Protection Agency.

WWF - Sovereign Center - Trenton, NJ/announcers; Michael Cole & Gene Okerlund

1. The Mountie; Driving Forearm pin ove Duke of Dorchester.
2. Junkyard Dog; The Thump (Running Slam) over Playboy Buddy Rose.
3. Virgil pinned Jimmy Snuka after Million $ Man, who was at the announcer's table, crowned Jimmy with a chair.
4. The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher) beat The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Thrasher pinned Blake.
5. Hacksaw Jim Duggan won by DQ over Nailz after Nailz retrived a baseball bat.
6. Tatanka pinned Million $ Man. Jimmy Snuka reached in and tripped DiBiase.
7. Ludvig Borga; Gutbuster Drop pin over Bam Bam Bigelow after a smash with Hidden Brass Nucks.
8. A.P.A. Acolytes Protection Agency (Bradshaw/Farooq) beat Demolition (Ax/Smash). Bobby Heenan pushed referee Dave Hebner to stop a pin. Hebner called for the bell and ruled a DQ. The A.P.A. retained the WWF Tag Title.
FrankC - May 28, 2010 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: wrestling WWF 5-28
WWF - Nationwide Arena - Columbus, OH/announcers; Sean Mooney & Jerry Lawler

1. Johnny B. Badd; Merosault (Moonsault) pin over Barry Horowitz.
2. Sam Houston pinned Big Bully Busick. Busick tried to use spray paint in Houston's eyes but the move got reversed.
3. Jake "Snake" Roberts; Swinging Kneelift pin over Jimmy Jack Funk.
4. Papa Shango beat T.L. Hopper. Harvey Whippleman stole Betsy (the plunger) and Hopper chased him and was Counted Out.
5. Bushwhackers (Butch/Luke) beat Samoan Swat Team (Samu/Fatu). Luke pinned Samu.
6. Tony DeVito won by Count-Out over Mr. Perfect. Perfect was arguing with Randy Savage at ringside and referee Danny Davis counted him out.
7. Randy savage pinned King Kong Bundy. Bundy was distracted by Miss Elizabeth and Savage rolled him up.
8. Too Cold Scorpio won by DQ over Hercules Hernandez. Brother Love hit referee Earl Hebner with a Loaded Book of Love & Peace!! Hernandez retains the Intercontinental Title.
FrankC - May 29, 2010 - 07:31 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-29 (WWF)
WWF - Wells Fargo Arena - Des Moines, IA/announcers; Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler

1. Jim Powers won by DQ over Bastian Booger. Booger rubbed snots into referee Jack Doan's eyes.
2. Jeff Jarrett won by Count-Out over Bob Holly. Kimona Wannalaya threw beer into Holly's face so he chased her to the locker room.
3. Stunning Steve Austin pinned Duke "Dumpster" Droese.
4. Razor Ramon pinned Tugboat.
5. The Rockers (Marty Janetty/Sean Michaels) beat The Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian). Barbarian was Counted-Out.
6. Rockin Rebel pinned Ravishing Rick Rude. Billy Jack Haynes was at the announcer's table and got into a beef with Rude. Billy then KO'd Rude and threw him into the ring for an easy pin.
7. Billy Jack Haynes pinned The Undertaker. Rick Rude tried a Chairshot on Haynes but missed and hit The Undertaker by mistake.
8. Ultimate Warrior; Gorilla Press Running Slam pin over Dino Bravo. Ultimate Warrior wins the WWF Title
FrankC - May 30, 2010 - 08:17 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-30 (WWWF)
Having done the Studio wrestling it is time for the larger arena shows where some feuds will get settled and some will continue. Pedro Morales is gunning for the WWF Title held by Ivan Koloff but the cagey Russian and his manager, Tony Angelo, will break every rule to hang onto this treasure. Killer Kowalski is trying to teach the squeaky clean Larry Zbyszko a lesson but Larry has proven to be tough. Chief Jay Strongbow, the most respected of all the grapplers, is having his hands full with Eric the Red and his managet The Grand Wizard. The despicable Baron Mikel Scicluna will face Ray "Crippler" Stevens who is hearing cheers and not jeers. Two of the more popular mid-carders will face off to begin the show. "Popeye" Richards will meet the cheating but funny Pete Doherty who is calling himself The Duke of Dorchester.

1973 WWWF – First Mariner Arena – Baltimore, MD Att: 13,888
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Ray Morgan

1. Chuck “Popeye” Richards won by DQ over Pete Doherty. Pete tried to enter the ring with a 2 x 4. Referee John Benello called for the bell.
2. Arnold Skaaland pinned Luis Martinez by using the ropes for leverage.
3. George “Animal” Steele beat Tony Angelo by Count-Out.
4. Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Ray “Crippler” Stevens after Freddie Blassie reached in and tripped Ray.
5. The Vachons (Buther/Maddog) beat The Ringbusters (Dominic DeNucci.Tony Parisi). Butcher pinned Parisi.
6. Chief Jay Strongbow and Eric the Red; Double Count-Out.
7. Killer Kowalski and Larry Zbyszko; Time Limit Draw.
8. Pedro Morales beat Ivan Koloff by DQ. Referee Mike Sparks caught Tony Angelo handing Koloff a roll of coins. Koloff retains the WWWF Title.
dglass1 - May 30, 2010 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: RE: wrestling 5-30 (WWWF)
Great to read your write-ups on these shows. Also good to see results from the 1973 set.
MKABear - May 30, 2010 - 02:37 PM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 5-30 (WWWF)
FrankC wrote:

7. Killer Kowalski and Larry Zbyszko; Time Limit Draw.
8. Pedro Morales beat Ivan Koloff by DQ. Referee Mike Sparks caught Tony Angelo handing Koloff a roll of coins. Koloff retains the WWWF Title.


Like you said we never get the answers!

I honestly can't remember Zbyszko being squeaky clean.

I think Pedro needs to talk to the promoter and get a cage match to keep Angelo away, and a DQ don't save the belt match. He'll probably have to put up something too, like his hair?

Just more questions Mean Gene, just more questions!

Another great show Frank!

I am clamoring for one in Memphis or St. Louis so I can attend!
FrankC - May 30, 2010 - 05:23 PM
Post subject: 1973 wrestling
dglass1 & MKABear, Of the sets in Ultra Quick, though I have a great time with all, 1973 holds a special meaning. As I said before the boards keep it to the era and with these wrestlers is very important. The professional wrestling world was more "down to business" and much less flash back then. It didn't mean that unusual characters didn't emerge. Each time I play this yearbook (era) I enjoy it even more. Some of the wrestlers I had forgotten but this mearly gave me an excuse to look them up.

Larry Zbyszko was indeed a squeaky clean wrestler back then. In fact he was famous for the saying "Science over Brawn". After feuding with all the named villians and holding the tag championship with Tony Garea during the 70's, Larry turned on his mentor Bruno Sammartino. The vison of Bruno laying in the middle of the ring with his head split open after a vicious Chairshot is still vivid. Bruno built this feud to a frenzy until he and Zbyszko met in a cage in Shea Stadium, in 1980, before a huge Bruno rooting crowd. He didn't let them down giving a lesson to Larry. It may have sealed Bruno's triumphant exit from wrestling but it also stole Zbyszko's thunder and he could never gain a solid foothold again. He was well known but never in the Bruno, Hulk, Ric Flair or Jerry Lawler level. In fact he was a bit less and in spite of some good promotion he became relegated in a feud in the Independents with David Sammartino who used the name Bruno Jr. back then. The WWF and the NWA were not interested in him and when he finally went to the AWA it was at its bitter end.
FrankC - May 31, 2010 - 06:37 AM
Post subject: wrestling 5-31 (WCCW)
WCCW – Reliant Arena – Houston, TX Att: 8,224

Announcers; Dan Coates and Steve Harms

1. Super American Ninja pinned Boris Zukoffe after Bugsy McGraw hit Zukoffe with a DDT.

2. Bugsy McGraw pinned Cactus Jack Manson after Super American Ninja hit Jack with a Flying Forearm while Skandor Akbar was arguing with referee Bronco Lubich.

3. The Batten Twins (Bart/Brad) beat The RockNRoll RPM’s (Mike Davis /Tommy Lane). Brad pinned Mike Davis after a reversed Chairshot.

4. Jimmy Golden won by Count-Out over Great Kabuki. Kabuki split his head open on the steel steps and couldn’t return.

5. Crusher Yukoff; Big Splash pin over Scott Casey while Casey was being distracted by Playboy Gary Hart.

6. Kamala pinned David Von Erich. While Skandor Akbar distracted referee James Beard, Cactus Jack Manson hit David with Brass Nucks then held him in the corner for The Splash.

7. Chris Adams pinned Gino Hernandez after Sunshine threw coffee into Gino’s face.

8. Black Bart pinned Eric Embry after a Jim Cornette wicked loaded boot to the gonads. Black Bart retains the Texas Title.
MKABear - May 31, 2010 - 12:08 PM
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Those first two matches are just begging for a tag team bout! The only way to settle an obvious confederacy!
FrankC - Jun 01, 2010 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: 1973 WWWF 6-1
I remember Gino Brito, the Canadian, who was the son of Jack Britton a famous promoter. Gino once went by the name Louis Cerdan probably as a tribute to Marcel Cerdan the great French boxer who lost his life in a plane crash. Brito teamed at one time with Cannonball Tony Parisi and they won the WWWF tag belts. What I remember most about Brito is that he was friends with a number of midget wrestlers (100 or so) who his father promoted including Sky Low Low, Little Beaver and Fuzzy Cupid. They admired Gino for his friendship and their loyalty to Jack Britton often found them at ringside while Brito was wrestling. If the match wasn't going well for Gino the midgets would more often than not even up the odds raising all kinds of hell. It was one of the more unique happenings in the world of wrestling and became a lot of fun for the fans.

1973 WWWF – Toledo Sports Arena – Toledo, OH Att; 7,494
Announcers; Slick Mick Karch and Bill Cardille
1. Spaceman Frank Hickey and Tony “Battman” Marino; Time Limit Draw.
2. Gino Brito; Figure Four Leglock submission over Ron Ritchie.
3. Superstar Bill Graham pinned Miguel Feliciano after a hit with a hidden foreign object.
4. Air Attack (Greg Gagne/Sgt. Frank Holtz) beat Bowery Boys (Frank Durso/Joe Abby). Greg Gagne pinned Joe Abby.
5. Baron Von Raschke won by Count-Out over Tony Rocco who was thrown into the TV Crew.
6. The Sheik and Haystacks Calhoun; Time Limit Draw.
7. Bruno Sammartino won by Count-Out over Stan Stasiak. Stan got into an argument with Haystacks Calhoun outside the ring and failed to make the count.
8. The Rising Suns (Prof Toru Tanaka/Mr. Fuji) by Count-Out over Pacific Wave (Tony Garea/Dean Ho). Tony Garea was fighting with Eddie Creachman and failed to make the count. The WWWF Tag Title remains vacant.
MKABear - Jun 01, 2010 - 10:36 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 WWWF 6-1
FrankC wrote:
I remember Gino Brito, the Canadian, who was the son of Jack Britton a famous promoter. Gino once went by the name Louis Cerdan probably as a tribute to Marcel Cerdan the great French boxer who lost his life in a plane crash. Brito teamed at one time with Cannonball Tony Parisi and they won the WWWF tag belts. What I remember most about Brito is that he was friends with a number of midget wrestlers (100 or so) who his father promoted including Sky Low Low, Little Beaver and Fuzzy Cupid. They admired Gino for his friendship and their loyalty to Jack Britton often found them at ringside while Brito was wrestling. If the match wasn't going well for Gino the midgets would more often than not even up the odds raising all kinds of hell. It was one of the more unique happenings in the world of wrestling and became a lot of fun for the fans.


Your knowledge of wrestling is impressive. Maybe you should write a book!

It seems that there was a huge wrester, it might have been Haystacks, who was known to attempt aerial attacks in spite of his size. Do you remember if it was Haystacks or I am mixing memories here?
FrankC - Jun 01, 2010 - 11:34 AM
Post subject: huge wrestler
I am not sure of who this huge wrestler was. Haystacks Calhoun was mainly throw ans then jump sit on the opponent. There was a wrestler named Giant Haystacks who came out of England. He weighed in a 690 at his peak. He did a running Splash and a Falling Elbow. He appeared in the WCW for a short time known as Loch Ness and also wrestled as the Juggernaut.

There was a wrestler named Happy Humphrey who weighed in at 800 LBS. He was once billed against Haystacks Calhoun in a sold out Madison Square Garden. I imagine that it was the most weight for 2 men ever in a wrestling ring. I think it would come close to the most weight for 4 men in the ring. Happy was not an aerial artist either.
FrankC - Jun 03, 2010 - 07:20 AM
Post subject: WCCW Wrestling 6-3
WCCW – Blackham Coliseum – Lafayette, LA Att: 9,682
Announcers; Gene Goodson & Bill Cardille
1. Mark Youngbood; Tomahawk Chops pin over Taras Bulba.
2. Killer Tim Brooks pinned Kendall Windham.
3. Coast Connection (Jack Victory/Hollywood John Tatum ) beat Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/KoKo B. Ware). Jack Victory pinned Koko B. Ware.
4. Skip Young pinned Maniac Matt Borne. Borne suffered a serious injury after a bad fall.
5. Iceman King Parsons won by Count-Out over Jake “Snake” Roberts.
6. Brian Adidas pinned Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin after a Reversed Chairshot. Precious was distracting referee Chad Patton while Garvin reached for a chair. Adidas was able to reverse to move. Brian Adidas wins the WCCW TV Title.
7. BRASS KNUCKLES MATCH – Austin Idol KO’d and pinned Killer Kahn after a Double Knuckle whack to the chops and face. Blood Flowing!! Sherri Martel leaped on Playboy Gary Hart to prevent his interfering.
8. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton/Dennis Condrey) beat The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers). Dennis Condrey pinned Tommy Rogers. Midnight Express retains the WCCW Tag Titles
FrankC - Jun 04, 2010 - 08:24 AM
Post subject: 1973 wrestling
Both Johnny and Jimmy Valiant were despicable characters. They would kick a downed opponent while sneering at the crowd. If Jimmy was good at it and more talented, Johnny was a master of evil. Waldo Von Erich was rough and no nonsense. manager Lord Alfred Hayes was a sneaky SOB. Stan Vachon was a supposed cousin to the more famous Butcher and Maddog but was mearly a Vachon name. He was a tough opponent. The Soto's had talent but were a step below main liners. They would win though and even had title shots. Kevin Sullivan was a chubby babyface from Boston had no resemblance to what he would become. His eventual reinvention was the most drastic ever in wrestling.

1973 WWWF-AWA – Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum – Madison, WI Att: 9,734
Announcers; Al DeRusha and Gene Okerlund
1. Johnny Valiant; Sleeper Hold Submission over Don Serrano.
2. Waldo Von Erich pinned Tony DiPaulo. Lord Alfred Hayes held the ropes for leverage.
3. Handsome Jimmy Valiant won by Count-Out over Stan Vachon. Jimmy hit Stan with a vicious Chairshot leaving Stan KO’s outside the ring.
4. The Executioners (#1 & #2) beat The Soto’s (Manuel and Roberto). Executioner #1; Piledriver pin over Roberto.
5. Gorilla Monsoon and Kevin Sullivan were both DQ’d after being caught with Foreign Objects.
6. Don Leo Jonathan won by DQ over Ken Patura. Crybaby Cannon entered the ring and pushed referee John Benello through the ropes.
7. The Blackjacks (Lanza and Mulligan) beat Crusher and Bruiser. Lanza pinned Crusher after Capt. Lou Albano gave him a roll of coins for the smash to the chops.
8. Larry “The Axe” Hennig pinned Ricky “Crusher” Cortez after reversing a smash with a Foreign Object. Larrry “The Axe” Hennig wins that Intercontinental Title.
MKABear - Jun 04, 2010 - 08:33 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 wrestling
FrankC wrote:
Both Johnny and Jimmy Valiant were despicable characters. They would kick a downed opponent while sneering at the crowd. If Jimmy was good at it and more talented, Johnny was a master of evil.

1973 WWWF-AWA – Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum – Madison, WI Att: 9,734
Announcers; Al DeRusha and Gene Okerlund

1. Johnny Valiant; Sleeper Hold Submission over Don Serrano.

3. Handsome Jimmy Valiant won by Count-Out over Stan Vachon. Jimmy hit Stan with a vicious Chairshot leaving Stan KO’s outside the ring.


Such libelous reporting from DeRusha and Okerland! I am sure they will be hearing from the Valiant's lawfirm; Oui, Cheatam, and Howe!

I was at the match in Madison, I never saw Jimmy use a chair. It was a legal elbow shot that KO'd Vachon.

The Valiants would climb a tree to wrestle legally, before they would stand on the ground and break rules!!!
FrankC - Jun 04, 2010 - 12:43 PM
Post subject: Jimmy Valiant
I first saw Jimmy wrestler at the Ridgewood Grove in Brooklyn/Queens. He was big young kid maybe in his ealy 20's at most who used the name Big John Vallen from New Jersey. You could tell at time that he was superior to the talent on the cards presented mainly consisting of guys like TV Jackie Pallo, Gypsy Joe, Hombre Montana and a few better known wrestlers like Argentine Appolo or Wolfman Farkus. Jimmy was mostly being showcased against a local named Madman Tony Modelli and I doubt if Modelli ever won one of the matches. Eventually Jimmy was no longer on the cards and became a regular on Saturday TV with the WWWF as handsome Jimmy Valiant from NYC but he looked the same. He was a member of a tag team named The Valiants and when Lou Albano became the manager it was a serious team.

His career was on a line opposite of Kevin Sullivan. Jimmy went from despicable to most beloved and admired while Sullivan went from squeaky clean to despicable Devil worshipper with the time line was about the same.
MKABear - Jun 04, 2010 - 02:54 PM
Post subject: RE: Jimmy Valiant
I know Jimmy and Austin from their days in the late 70's - early 80's in Memphis. Austin Idol was a heel for all but about one month in Memphis. Handsome Jimmy would switch back and forth like a feather in the wind and the crowd (including me) ate it up at every turn. Of course I cheered for him heel or face.

I have been a fan of wrestling since I was about 9-10. My dad owned the building where the local matches were, although he had nothing to do with the promotion. I got to know some of the wrestlers (these were little town guys, never made the big time) but they were my heroes! I knew that wrestling was put on from an early age.

The only time I was ever fooled, was the Jerry Lawler - Andy Kaufman feud. I thought that Andy was just that crazy and just doing a publicity stunt and that Lawler had all he wanted to take from the guy. Come to find out it was all kayfabe and I fell hook line and sinker, just like Andy wanted!
FrankC - Jun 05, 2010 - 07:30 AM
Post subject: WCCW wrestling 6-5
Here is a good example of how a "scummy manager" like Slandor Akbar can alter results in favor of his wrestlers. I said he was "scummy" I didn't say he wasn't good at what he does best. Cheat!! He interferred in 3 matches and altered the end every time.

WCCW – Reunion Arena – Dallas ,TX Att; 16,548
Announcers; Marc Lowrance andBill Mercer
1. Al Madril; Indian Death Lock submission over Johnny Mantel.
2. The Spoilers (#1 & #2) beat The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun). Spoiler #1 pinned Shaun.
3. Missing Link won by Count-Out over Brickhouse Brown. Brown couldn’t make the count when he was fighting with Skandor Akbar outside the ring.
4. Rip “Crippler” Oliver Pinned Rock and Roll Buck Zumhoffe.
5. The Von Erich’s (Kevin/Lance) beat The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts). Lance pinned Michael Hayes.
6. One Man Gang pinned Jeep Swenson after Skandor Akbar placed steel under the turnbuckle for a Head Smash KO!!
7. Kerry Von Erich won by DQ over Madddog Buzz Sawyer. Referee Jim Korderas called for the bell when Percy Pringle entered the ring swinging his walking stick.
8. Al Perez pinned Dingo Warrior. Skndor Akbar and Missing Link beat on Warrior outside the ring then pushed him back in for the pin. Al perez retains the WCCW Title.
FrankC - Jun 07, 2010 - 06:51 AM
Post subject: wrestling 6-7 (NWA Mid-Atlantic)
I guess the biggest question is "What has happened to Ron Fuller?" This ex-great friend of Paul Jones is now physically attacking Jones everytime he sees him. Fuller has alligned himself with Don Carson and we all know what kind of a stinker he can be. To add insult to injury Fuller now refers to himself as The Tennessee Stud. "Your wives and girlfriends will be thrilled because The Stud shines tonight."

NWA Mid-Atlantic - Roanoke Civic Center – Roanoke, VA Att; 10.868
Announcers; Big Bill Ward and Bob Caudle
1. El Olympico; Flying Body Press pin over Joe Turko.
2. Dick Slater and Buddy Wolfe were Too Bloody To Continue. Referee John Benello called the match after both wrestlers split their heads open on the steel steps. Not for children’s eyes.
3. Cowboy Bob Ellis and Pancho Valdez; Double Count-Out.
4. Bobby Shane pinned Bob Orton Jr after a Reverse Chairshot while referee Mario Savoldi was KO’d.
5. American Breed (Billy Red Cloud/Sonny King) beat The Blackhearts (Black Gordman/Great Goliat). Black Gordman was Counted-Out.
6. Bulldog Brower pinned Sam Steamboat after Crybaby Cannon threw beer in Sam’s face setting up the pin.
7. Paul Jones and Ron Fuller the Tennessee Stud; Double Count-Out. A melee broke out at ringside led by manager Don Carson and neither wrestler could make the count.
8. Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller) and Mr. Wrestlings (#1 & #2); Time Limit Draw. The NWA Tag Title remains vacant.
rbickart4 - Jun 07, 2010 - 12:53 PM
Post subject:
QUESTION: Several of these posts name referees, venues, and provide attendance figures. I own the game, but see none of these items. Where are the authors of these posts getting referees, venues, and attendance figures?
Carparama - Jun 07, 2010 - 03:22 PM
Post subject:
My guess? Imagination. Wink

I don't think it's included within the game. I think people are grabbing that information from online.
FrankC - Jun 07, 2010 - 04:24 PM
Post subject:
rbickert4. I have a list of venues that are current and some that are from the past. It lists the attendance figures. I made a list of the arenas i wanted and I move them around. I will take about 95% capacity as an attendance.

The same goes for referees. I looked them up and made a list of 10 regular arena referees and 10 studio referees. Whenever an ending move may involve a referee (count-out, referee knocked out, etc) I will add one of the referees by rolling a 10 sided to see which ref has the match.

Some announcers are from memory and some I have looked up. For example studio announcers became very famous. So Pittsburgh had one, Cleveland had one, Memphis had one, etc. I like to have a full printed card when I am done so I include all the extras. It isn't necessary but for me adds a bit of realism that I enjoy.

Here you can find a list of current and past venues;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_indoor_arenas_in_the_United_States
rbickart4 - Jun 07, 2010 - 05:24 PM
Post subject:
Frank C., Thanks for the quick reply. Could you please post your charts.
FrankC - Jun 08, 2010 - 06:04 AM
Post subject: wrestling charts
I really don't know how to add downloads but if you send an e-mail to FDCoutinho@aol.com I will send a zip file containing;

1. Wrestling rules and changes (suggestions)
2. Main Chart changes (suggestions)
3. 2 lists for TV Studio wrestling including announcers
4. Some Venues (arenas) used in the United States
5. Some arena used in the UK
6. Referees used during the 70's
7. Referees used during the 80's & 90's.
FrankC - Jun 10, 2010 - 07:28 AM
Post subject: wrestling 6-10 NWA -CWF
The 70's has really become my favorite group. There is a certain delightful imagination that crops up when I start thinking about the wrestling back then. It was all over the TV on a Saturday and then the local Garden matches were even printed in the paper and at times a small write up. There is a web site with programs and posters to read about CWF (Championship Wrestling from Florida). Gordie Solie was the host with Coach John Heath and eventually Buddy Colt. Barbara Clary was one of the rare women announcers but she was a trooper. Check out the site if you haven't already it is worth the time. You can click on a year and the programs for the time will come up or you can click on a wrestler and his appearances in programs will come up;

http://www.cwfarchives.com/index2.php

NWA – CWF at Lee County Civic Center – Ft. Meyers, FL Att; 7,790
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Coach John Heath
Pre Bout - Gordon Nelson pinned Bull Pometti using a Foreign Object that Bull had hidden.
1. Blackjack Slade pinned Cowboy Parker. Billy Spears was at ringside and hit Parker with a chair when referee Jack Terry was distracted by Slade.
2. King Louis Tillet and Billy Spears; Time Limit Draw. King Louis felt he had the pin before the bell but referee Jim Mitchell ruled otherwise. The crowd agreed with King Louis and pelted the ring with cups.
3. The Infernos beat the Golden Grahams. Inferno #1 pinned Mike Graham after J.C. Dykes hit Mike with a lead pipe. Very Sneaky!!
4. Buddy Colt pinned Chris Markoff. Crybaby Cannon was handing Marloff a Roll of Coins and Buddy intercepted and used for a KO.
5. Jos LeDuc pinned Mike McCord by holding the ropes for leverage.
6. Dory Funk Jr; Spinning Toe Hold Submission over Big Bill Dromo.
7. Brisco/Funk Connection (Jack/Terry) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Terry Funk pinned Ken Dillinger with a Texas Piledriver.
8. Bob Armstrong won by DQ over Bobby Duncum when Colonel Homer O’Dell tried to enter the ring with a baseball bat. Referee Dick Woerhle called for the bell. Bob Armstrong retains the Florida Title.
FrankC - Jun 11, 2010 - 06:50 AM
Post subject: wrestling 6-11 (ECW)
Though I am taken with the 1973 set and arena matches i am having, I have to also play the Hardcore (ECW). It holds a special place because it was a Federation that was daring enough to try something outrageous. I remember once seeing the crowd on TV in Philadelphia and a particular fan with a hugh tatoo on his arm that read ECW Kick A**. I have always wondered about this non logic. ECW as he knew it has been gone for 10+ years but I would imagine that his tatoo remains.

ECW – Wonderland – Revere, MA/Ann; Jim Cornette & Paul Hayman
1. Simon Diamond pinned Vic Grimes after a reverse whack with a Tire Iron.
2. Chris Hamrick pinned Vito LoGrasso. Sal E. Graziano tried to interfere but tripped Vito into a Brainbuster.
3. Bad St Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews) beat F.B.I. (Tony Mamaluke/Little Guido). Joey Mathews pinned Little Guido.
4. Jerry Lynn; Cradle Piledriver pin over Danny Doring. Al Snow came to ringside and tied up Angelica. Al then took Angelica’s spray perfume and used it in Danny’s face.
5. Sid Vicious pinned Al Snow. Downtown Bruno (Harvey Whippleman) threw beer in Al’s face.
6. Sabu pinned Rhyno. Bill Alphonso used a metal chair to leverage Sabu’s feet for the pin.
FrankC - Jun 12, 2010 - 07:25 AM
Post subject: wrestling 6-12 (Deep South)
Cowboy Bill Watts continues to get frustrated by Big Bad John. John wants to street fight and Watts seemed forced to this type of mayhem. It is not that Watts can't brawl with the best but tables and chairs and popcorn machines are a bit out of line. The same is happening with Mil Mascaras in his battle with the uncontrollable Bolo Mongol. Mongol is resorting to throwing everything including the kitchen sink. The Fiji Island kid named Jimmy Snuka is making a lot of noise. He has a crushing head butt finisher and is bending every rule. The Far East Connection is a despicable twosome. Crybaby Cannon's tag team should be banished for biting and chewing on opponent's foreheads. We always knew that King Curtis was a bit over the top but now he a total disgrace.

NWA – Deep South – Nashville, TN Municipal Auditorium Att; 9,532

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn

Pre-Card Match L.D. Lewis; Shoulder Breaker pin over Beautiful Bruce Swayze.

1. Maniac Mike Conrad; Brooklyn Bridge pin over Wolfman Smith.

2. Hurricane Frank Hester won by Count-Out over Hangman Jim Grabmire.

3. Ed Francis won by DQ over Moondog Mayne. Mayne smashed Francis with a Cowbell and referee Mario Savoldi called for the DQ.

4. Far East Connection (M. Arakawa/King Curtis) beat Jet Mag Set (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr.). King Curtis pinned Tiger Conway Jr after a Roll of Coins smash given by Crybaby Cannon.

5. Jimmy Snuka pinned Chuck O’Connor after an Illegal Choke and using the ropes for leverage.

6. Cowboy Bill Watts and Big Bad John; Double DQ. Both picked up objects outside the ring while fighting. Referee Eddie Gersh call for the bell.

7. Mil Mascaras and Bolo Mongol; Double Count-Out while brawling outside the ring.

8. Hans Schmidt and Rapid Ricky Romero; Time Limit Draw.
MKABear - Jun 12, 2010 - 05:57 PM
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The near 10,000 in Nashville saw a lot of action, but very little was resolved. The last 5 bouts left fans wondering who the better man/team actually was!

Rematch City, here we come!
FrankC - Jun 14, 2010 - 07:32 AM
Post subject: wrestling (WWF-studio)
WWWF Studio Wrestling – WINS – New York
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Jimmy Lennon
Referee; Evil Earl Millihan
Jimmy Lennon – Here this morning we have a great show. Luscious Johnny Valiant who is in a dispute with the Captain, Lou Albano, will have to face Albano’s meanest stable member George “The Animal” Steele. It seems as though Capt Lou wants to settle this score quickly without getting his own hands dirty. You will also see Stan Stasiak and his manager Lord Alfred Hayes. Hayes tries to show his uppity side but make no bones about it, he is very sneaky. The exciting Pacific Wave, of Tony Garea and Dean Ho, is on hand to meet The Bowery Boys. Frank Durso of the Boys really looks like Slip Mahoney and the fans have been calling the team Slip and Satch lately. The feud between Pete Doherty, who wants to be called “The Duke” from Dorchester and Chuck “Popeye” is at fever pitch. They are on hand to try and settle. Richards has been interviewed lately and only says “I yam what I yam.” Dorherty has been coming on the scene with a corncob pipe sticking out of his mouth and fake anchor tattoos on his arms. In our feature this morning we will see Chief Jay Strongbow take on one half of the Sicilians in Tony Altimore. I am sure Capt Lou Albano won't be far from the ring as though Tony doesn’t know enough about cheating. My announcing partner is Pat Patterson and the referee is Earl Millihan who unforgiving fans refer to as "Evil Earl."

1. George “Animal” Steele; Hammerlock pin over Luscious Johnny Valiant after Capt Lou Albano hit Johnny with a chair during a referee distraction.
2. Stan Stasiak; Heart Punch pin over Miguel Filiciano.
3. Pacific Wave (Dean Ho/Tony Garea) beat Bowery Boys (Joe Abby/Frank Durso). Tony Garea; Diving Cross Body pin over Frank Durso.
4. Chuck “Popeye” Richards; Body Breaker pin over Pete Doherty while Pete was arguing with everyone around the ring.
5. Chief Jay Strongbow won by DQ over Tony Altimore when Capt Lou Albano tried to enter the ring with a chair to use as a weapon.
FrankC - Jun 16, 2010 - 06:59 AM
Post subject: wrestling (ECW) 6-16
ECW – Long Island Arena – Commack, NY/announcers; Joey Styles & Cyrus the Virus
1. Dudley Dudley pinned Rockin Rebel after Rebel missed a Suicide Dive.
2. Spike Dudley pinned Johnny Swinger. Swinger got distracted by his own valet, Prodigette, and got rolled up. Swinger pushed Prodigette into the Popcorn machine as he left ringside.
3. The Gangstas (Mustafa Saed /New Jack)beat CAN/AM Express (Doug Funas/Phil Lafon). Furnas was KO’d after Mustafa Saed ran his head into a steel post.
4. Taz; Tazmission submission over 911.
5. Balz Mahoney won by Count-Out over Steve Corino after piledriving him through the announcer’s table.
6. Chris Candido; Blond Bombshell pin over Mikey Whipwreck. Tammy Lynn Sytch crowned Mikey with a Gong-Bell then Chris threw him noggin 1st the concrete. The bloody Mikey was a sitting duck for the pin after being thrown back into the ring. Chris Candido wins the ECW TV Title.
FrankC - Jun 17, 2010 - 06:55 AM
Post subject: wrestling 6-17 (All Star)
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch, Referee; Patty Grimes
Slick Mick “We go action right here in our studio this morning and a few of our matches are feuds that won’t go away. Maybe they will get settled this morning. You will see Big Gorilla Monsoon from Manchuria. He is more likely to tear the studio apart. Ray “Crippler” Stevens will face hated rival Waldo Von Erich. This is very heated with the fans on Stevens side. Von Erich and his manager Lord Alfred Hays will press the limits to win. The Rising Suns tag team is in action. You may not like them but they are precision and danger. Baron Mikel Sciluna, Malta’s Mr. Nasty is trying to end a feud with Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan has shown lately that he can bend rules and for him this is very unusual. The matches with the Baron are taking its toll. In the feature this morning Handsome Jimmy “don’t call me a cheater” Valiant will face Tony Rocco. Valiant wants to impress but the always reliable Rocco has other ideas. Let’s get
to the action.

1. Gorilla Monsoon threw Luis Martinez into the corner post outside the ring and split open Martinez’s head. Luis could not continue the match. Too Bloody!! (Big X on the TV)
2. Ray “Crippler” Stevens won by Count-Out over Waldo Von Erich. Ray kicked Waldo into the Hot Dog Stand and Von Erich couldn’t make it back to the ring.
3. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka) beat The Sotos (Manuel /Roberto). Mr. Fuji; Kamikaze Clothesline pin over Manuel.
4. Baron Mikel Scicluna won over Kevin Sullivan. Sullivan was somehow slashed with a sharp object and was too bloody to continue. Scicluna was in denial and offered several handshakes. This has become very ugly. (Big X on the TV)
5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Rocco after a KO with a hidden Foreign Object
MKABear - Jun 17, 2010 - 09:38 AM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 6-17 (All Star)
FrankC wrote:
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch, Referee; Patty Grimes
Slick Mick “..... In the feature this morning Handsome Jimmy “don’t call me a cheater” Valiant will face Tony Rocco. Valiant wants to impress but the always reliable Rocco has other ideas. Let’s get
to the action.

5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Rocco after a KO with a hidden Foreign Object


Jimmy Valiant, "This is bull, Slick, and you know it! There was no hidden object. I KO'd the glass chinned Rocco, plain and simple! I am ready for All Star Wrestling to get some real competition in here! I am tire of week in week out, clobbering some talentless slob and then being accused of cheating. If you don't think I can KO these Palookas legally, maybe you'd like to get in the ring with me, Karch! If not, just keep your 'opinions' to yourself, and report what you actually 'see'" Valiant storms out, not waiting for a rebuttal.
MKABear - Jun 17, 2010 - 09:38 AM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 6-17 (All Star)
FrankC wrote:
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch, Referee; Patty Grimes
Slick Mick “..... In the feature this morning Handsome Jimmy “don’t call me a cheater” Valiant will face Tony Rocco. Valiant wants to impress but the always reliable Rocco has other ideas. Let’s get
to the action.

5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Rocco after a KO with a hidden Foreign Object


Jimmy Valiant, "This is bull, Slick, and you know it! There was no hidden object. I KO'd the glass chinned Rocco, plain and simple! I am ready for All Star Wrestling to get some real competition in here! I am tire of week in week out, clobbering some talentless slob and then being accused of cheating. If you don't think I can KO these Palookas legally, maybe you'd like to get in the ring with me, Karch! If not, just keep your 'opinions' to yourself, and report what you actually 'see'" Valiant storms out, not waiting for a rebuttal.
MKABear - Jun 17, 2010 - 09:39 AM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 6-17 (All Star)
FrankC wrote:
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch, Referee; Patty Grimes
Slick Mick “... In the feature this morning Handsome Jimmy “don’t call me a cheater” Valiant will face Tony Rocco. Valiant wants to impress but the always reliable Rocco has other ideas. Let’s get
to the action.

...

5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Rocco after a KO with a hidden Foreign Object


Jimmy Valiant, "This is bull, Slick, and you know it! There was no hidden object. I KO'd the glass chinned Rocco, plain and simple! I am ready for All Star Wrestling to get some real competition in here! I am tire of week in week out, clobbering some talentless slob and then being accused of cheating. If you don't think I can KO these Palookas legally, maybe you'd like to get in the ring with me, Karch! If not, just keep your 'opinions' to yourself, and report what you actually 'see'" Valiant storms out, not waiting for a rebuttal.
MKABear - Jun 17, 2010 - 09:40 AM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 6-17 (All Star)
FrankC wrote:
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch, Referee; Patty Grimes
Slick Mick “... In the feature this morning Handsome Jimmy “don’t call me a cheater” Valiant will face Tony Rocco. Valiant wants to impress but the always reliable Rocco has other ideas. Let’s get
to the action.

...

5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Rocco after a KO with a hidden Foreign Object


Jimmy Valiant, "This is bull, Slick, and you know it! There was no hidden object. I KO'd the glass chinned Rocco, plain and simple! I am ready for All Star Wrestling to get some real competition in here! I am tire of week in week out, clobbering some talentless slob and then being accused of cheating. If you don't think I can KO these Palookas legally, maybe you'd like to get in the ring with me, Karch! If not, just keep your 'opinions' to yourself, and report what you actually 'see'" Valiant storms out, not waiting for a rebuttal.
MKABear - Jun 17, 2010 - 09:41 AM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 6-17 (All Star)
FrankC wrote:
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch, Referee; Patty Grimes
Slick Mick “... In the feature this morning Handsome Jimmy “don’t call me a cheater” Valiant will face Tony Rocco. Valiant wants to impress but the always reliable Rocco has other ideas. Let’s get
to the action.

...

5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Tony Rocco after a KO with a hidden Foreign Object


Jimmy Valiant, "This is bull, Slick, and you know it! There was no hidden object. I KO'd the glass chinned Rocco, plain and simple! I am ready for All Star Wrestling to get some real competition in here! I am tire of week in week out, clobbering some talentless slob and then being accused of cheating. If you don't think I can KO these Palookas legally, maybe you'd like to get in the ring with me, Karch! If not, just keep your 'opinions' to yourself, and report what you actually 'see'" Valiant storms out, not waiting for a rebuttal.
FrankC - Jun 17, 2010 - 11:14 AM
Post subject: Jimmy
Jimmy Valiant was the same when he was arrogant as when he finally became a face. He talked the same and he pranced around the same. He became a face because the fans liked him better than anyone he was wrestling. During the same time frame Kevin Sullivan who no one ever liked went from never breaking a rule to being a sidekick to the Devil. It is odd how the cro9wd reaction can control a wrestler entire career.
FrankC - Jun 21, 2010 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: Studio Wrestling 6-21
Studio Wrestling – WIIC TV Chan 11 – Pittsburgh
Announcer; Bill Cardille Referee; Izzy Moidel

Bill Cardille – Welcome to Studio Wrestling. The action has been exciting as we build up to our next big arena shows but we may solve some feuds right here this morning. In action you will see Eric the Red. The Grand Wizard is looking to have for a title shot come his way. Ken Patura is boiling mad at Don Serrano who interrupted his TV interview on my show last night. The Ring Busters and The Executioners will face each other. I am sure Freddie Blassie will be in the middle helping his masked demons. The pot is boiling over in the feud with Spaceman Frank Hickey and “Battman” Tony Marino. Both are making fun of the others costume with Marino now calling Hickey Flash Gordon. The feature match will have the evil Sheik facing the always popular Gino Brito. The Sheik is out for blood and that is what we usually see during his matches. Your studio referee is the famous Izzy Moidel. Let’s get to the action.

1. Eric the Red pinned Manuel Soto after the Grand Wizard KO’d Soto with his cane (scepter).
2. Ken Patura; Swinging Full Nelson submission over Don Serrano.
3. The Executioners by Count-Out over Ring Busters (Dominic DeNucci/Tony Parisi). DeNucci was counted out as he was arguing with Freddie Blassie.
4. Tony “Battman” Marino won by Count-Out over Frank “Spaceman” Hickey after Marino crashed Hickey’s head through the ring table.
5. The Sheik beat Gino Brito. Brito got cut with a sharp object and was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV. Several fans were pointing to a trash container where Tony Angelo was seen to have discarded an unknown object.
everhat - Jun 21, 2010 - 07:00 PM
Post subject:
Awesome, awesome, awesome!
FrankC - Jun 22, 2010 - 07:18 AM
Post subject: ECW 6-22
Hardcore (ECW) wasn't for everybody but I have to admit that it was interesting along with being outrageous. I would see a few shows usually at Wonderland near Boston and some of the action set new levels of lunacy. It is a far cry from 1973 or WCCW yet certainly fun to reproduce. I had to add to the chart finishes of the matches in order to duplicate some of what I call the "hardcore" endings. In the latest download, on this site, there is a chart that takes in endings with Chaishots, 2 x 4's and even a crowning with a shovel. These were all part of ECW and hardcore wrestling.

ECW Wrestling – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ
Announcers; Joey Styles and Paul Hayman

1. Hack Meyers won by DQ over Jason Knight. Kid Kash Justin Credible and came out to help Jason. Mike Adamie couldn’t control the action so he called for the bell.
2. Kid Kash won by count-out over Tony DeVito. Justin Credible and Jason Knight helped Kash brutally beat DeVito on the ramp. He couldn’t make the count.
3. Chris Jericho; Liontamer submission over J.T. Smith.
4. Justin Credible won by Count-Out over Cactus Jack. Dawn Marie was constantly interfering so Cactus chased her to the locker room. Jason Knight was hiding and blindsided Cactus with a chairshot.
5. Raven pinned Masato Tanaka after Kimona Wannalaya threw salt in Tanaka’s eyes.
6. The Dudleys (D-Von/Bubba Ray) beat The Eliminators (Perry Saturn/John Kronus). Bubba ray pinned John Kronus after Joel Gertner crowned him with his Loaded Neck Brace. The Dudleys retain the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Jun 23, 2010 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: Midwest Pro Wrestling 1973
Mid-West Pro Wrestling – Chicago – WCIU Chan26
Announcer; Wayne Griffin, guest: Wilbur Snyder , referee: Johnny McAvoy

Wayne Griffin – Our show today is over the top. Every match could be a main event around our great country. When I tell you who is here today you will understand why even the mayor of Chicago couldn’t beg his way into our studio. You will see right here this morning the evil Superstar Billy Graham. He claims his Bearhug is the only Bearhug worth mentioning. Pedro Morales, the sensational star from Puerto Rico will face the arrogant Ricky Cortez. Cortez calls himself “Crusher” but he is better named “Motor Mouth.” He is not short on talent. The Blackjacks with Capt Lou Albano will face Air Attack. This young up and coming team of Greg Gagne and Sgt Frank Holz has some sensational moves. An old rivalry of Don Leo Jonathan and Killer Kowalski will be witnessed here this morning. They have met numerous times and have never settled the differences. Today in the city of the Cubs, in the city of the Blackhawks, in the city of Al Capone and the stockyards, it may happen. This may all come to a close before our very eyes. Finally the feature match will have the World’s Heavyweight Champion Ivan Koloff in a non title bout facing the legend Bruno Sammartino. Tony Angelo will be close by trying to protect his “misunderstood” Russian. My guest is the great Wilbur Snyder and your referee here from Brooklyn, NY is the ever popular Johnny McAvoy.

1. Superstar Billy Graham; Bearhug submission over Roberto Soto.
2. Pedro Morales won by Count-Out over Ricky “Crusher” Cortez. Ricky was arguing with Wilbur Snyder and McAvoy counted him out.
3. The Blackjacks (Mulligan/Lanza) beat Air attack (Greg Gagne/Sgt Frank Holz). Capt Lou Albano held the ropes for leverage so Lanza could pin Greg.
4. Don Leo Jonathan and Killer Kowalski; Time Limit Draw.
5. Ivan Koloff pinned Bruno Sammartino. Tony Angelo distracted Johnny McAvoy after handing Koloff Brass Nucks. Pow!!
FrankC - Jul 10, 2010 - 08:30 AM
Post subject: 1973 Studio Show
WWA Wrestling – WTTV Chan 4 Indianapolis
Announcers; Chuck Marlow and Bob Luce
Bob Luce – Welcome to this morning’s show. We have the 600 LB giant Hatstacks Calhoun in action. Also Arnold Skaaland is still pressing his nasty attitude toward opponents. He will enter our ring today. Pittsburgh’s favorite son Larry Zbyszko is here along with Larry “The Axe” Hennig who will face the evil Baron Von Raschke. Our feature match has Crusher and Bruiser facing The Vachons with Lord Alfred Hays. Chuck Marlow is with Larry “The Axe” Hennig for an interview.

During the interview Baron Von Raschke came from behind the curtain and hit “The Axe” with a flood lamp to the back. Hennig is injured but will face The Baron in their scheduled match. (Hennig lost points from his total, for this match only, due to the injury. In this case it was 250 points giving the Baron a definite advantage.)

1. Haystacks Calhoun won by Count-Out over Stan Vachon. Haystacks threw Stan into the crowd and he couldn’t recover.
2. Arnold Skaaland; Atomic Drop pin over Ron Ritchie.
3. Larry Zbyszko; Shoulder Breaker pin over Tony DiPaulo.
4. Larry “The Axe “ Hennig and Baron Von Raschke; Time Limit Draw.
5. Crusher and Bruiser beat The Vachons. Bruiser pinned Butcher after Crusher took Brass Nucks from Lord Alfred Hays and gave them to Bruiser for the KO.
FrankC - Jul 11, 2010 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: ECW (Hardcore) 7-11
ECW – Rialto Theater – Wilmington, DE
Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner

1. Mr. Hughes pinned Sal E. Graziano. Sal found a chain under the ring and tried to use it. Mr. Hughes reversed the move resulting in a smash to the skull.
2. Yoshihiro Tajiri won by DQ over Angel. Angel used his Staple Gun Shot but hit referee Andrew Thomas in the forehead by mistake. Joey screaming – “Oh My God did you see that.”
3. Public Enemy beat The Pittbulls. Johnny Grunge pinned Spike.
4. Lance Storm won by Count-Out over Nova. Dawn Marie scratched Nova in the eyes and then clubbed him with a microphone. He couldn’t make the count.
5. Tommy Dreamer and Roadkill; Double Count-Out as they were fighting into the locker room area.
6. HARDCORE TITLE (Barbed Wire Match) – Terry Funk pinned C.W. Anderson. Anderson attempted a corner splash but missed. He fell back a bloody mess and was pinned. Terry Funk retrains the Hardcore Title.

Note - If anyone saw the movie The Wrestler, the final matches were staged at the Rialto Theater in Wilmington.
everhat - Jul 11, 2010 - 09:00 AM
Post subject:
These are so great.
Thanks, Frank!!
MKABear - Jul 11, 2010 - 09:45 PM
Post subject: Re: ECW (Hardcore) 7-11
FrankC wrote:
ECW – Rialto Theater – Wilmington, DE
Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner


6. HARDCORE TITLE (Barbed Wire Match) – Terry Funk pinned C.W. Anderson. Anderson attempted a corner splash but missed. He fell back a bloody mess and was pinned. Terry Funk retrains the Hardcore Title.

Note - If anyone saw the movie The Wrestler, the final matches were staged at the Rialto Theater in Wilmington.


No one can be champion forever, but I sure would hate to meet the fellow who takes away Terry Funk's Hardcore Title!


Welcome back, Frank!
FrankC - Jul 12, 2010 - 08:24 AM
Post subject: 1973 Mid-Atlantic Wrestling 7-12
Announcers; Bob Caudle and Nick Pond
Bob Caudle – Here in our studio this morning the action will be hot and heavy. Big Bad John is proving that his attitude and name go together. El Olympico, the sensational high flyer will also see action. Sam Steamboat will face Bob Orton Jr. Cowboy Bill Watts is also in our studio. The main feature will have The Black Hearts team of Great Goliat and Black Gordman out to settle a score with Far East Express team of Mitsu Arakawa and King Curtis. The Black Hearts claim that Far East cost them their last match during some confusion at ringside. Far East said
“うせろ, どけ.” It didn’t go over very well. Lets get to the show and settle some scores.

1. Big Bad John and Ben Ortiz; Double Count-Out as they were brawling outside the ring.
2. El Olympico; Flying Body press pin over Jose Gonzales.
3. Sam Steamboat pinned Bob Orton Jr.
4. Cowboy Bill Watts won by Count-Out over Hangman Jim Grabmire. Grabmire was thrown into the camera crew and got tangled in the wires.
5. The Black Heats and Far East Express; Time Limit Draw.

Note; "うせろ, どけ" translated means “Up Yours”
Carparama - Jul 12, 2010 - 08:53 AM
Post subject:
According to my friend, that means "move" or "you're in my way".

Ahahaha.
FrankC - Jul 13, 2010 - 09:06 AM
Post subject: ECW Wrestling 7-13
ECW – ECW Arena – Philadelphia, PA
Announcers; Joey “Oh My God” Styles and Cyrus the Virus
1. Chris Cheti pinned Big Dick Dudley by reversing a 2 x 4 smash.
2. Louie Spicoli pinned E.Z. Money with a reversed chairshot.
3. Max Payne won by DQ over Tracy Smothers. Tracy tried to hit Max with a fire extinguisher and hit referee Mike Adamie instead.
4. Bad Breed (Axl & Ian Rotten) beat B.W.O. Blue World Order (Stevie Richards/Blue Meanie). Axl pinned Blue Meanie with a S.S.T. (Severe Skull Trauma).
5. The Sandman; DDT onto a chair Pin over Shane Douglas. Francine tried to help Shane but only added to the confusion.
6. Rob Van Dam pinned Mike Awesome. Paul Hayman tried to hit Van Dam with a Gong-Bell and hit Awesome by mistake. Rob Van Dam wins the ECW Title.

Notes; Hardcore continues to be exactly what the name implies. Still, there is a lot of talent in this Federation and the talent seems to rise to the top. Mike Awesome had a long run at the ECW Title defending against ECW’s best like Taz, The Sandman, Tommy Dreamer, etc but he could only avoid a bullet so long. Odd thing is that it was his manager’s mistake that took the belt. Mike looked like he was about to be pinned though so Van Dam can walk tall with his win. What has happened to Tracy Smothers? This nice southern guy comes to Philadelphia and hangs around with a few slugs like Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke and he becomes unglued. He is ending matches by swinging shovels and wall equipment. At least he took the fire extinguisher and not the axe this time. Commissioner Dusty Rhodes needs to set some limits on shovels and pitchforks and the like. A few suspensions would help out.
indianaice - Jul 13, 2010 - 01:24 PM
Post subject:
Hi Frank,
Great writeups and wonderful results. I do have a few questions for you:

How many TV tapings do you do in one particular fed before the big arena show?

Have you ever created some wrestlers? I had, before my external crash, the 70's set, and I do not recognize some of the wrestlers or managers. I can be wrong, but again- have you created some wrestlers?

Have you ever tried using the 70's charts for the current sets? I felt the unusual event chart in the original set does not make sense for some of my matches?

Let us in on your secrets because this is the way I want to have my wrestling world shape up.

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jul 13, 2010 - 03:05 PM
Post subject: Wrestling
Ed, I have made up some wrestlers but for the most part I will go with the yearbook. In fact I just added a few to the 1970's group; The Love Brothers, The Bass Brothers, Beautiful Boureguard, The Hollywood Blonds, Crazy Luke Graham, etc.

I have two Federations for the 1970's (NE and MidWest) and the South. I have studio wrestling at 5 Studios for each Fed. It is to give the stars who need a win a weak opponent to face and to build up the big up an coming show. I also have added an interview card that creates similiar situations as in the past. For example when Gordie solie was interviewing a major star and one of his rivals would come from behind the curtain and start a fight. One or the other can lose points because of an injury.

I do not use the 1970's charts for the current sets but I have expanded on the charts and special matches. In the download section you can get a zip of some of my additions. Also if you want the interview card send me a note at FDCoutinho@aol.com.

I have a great time and these Federations are alive for me. Everything you read, that I write had an outcome exactly the way I write it. I may alter the choice of weapon used or how a manager interferred with a chair or Gong-Bell but it happens because of my charts.

Thanks for asking.
indianaice - Jul 13, 2010 - 06:17 PM
Post subject:
Thanks for answering my questions Frank. It would be so super cool if you can post the wrestlers that you have created so all of us can have fun with the new guys.......Hollywood Blondes (Buddy Roberts and Jerry Brown) would be nice to have.

ED
FrankC - Jul 13, 2010 - 08:32 PM
Post subject: wrestlers
Ed, I enjoy the 1973 set but I also enjoy the 1970's as they were in the CWF (Florida) area at the time. We would see it through the station in Newark, NJ.

The Hollywood Blonds had Oliver Humperdink as the manager so I created him too. Along with those mentioned I just added Johnny Powers and Wolfman Willie Farkus for the Northern Fed and Billy Robinson, Bob Roop and Roger Kirby for the South.

If you are interested in the wrestlers, by years, check out this site. The posters and writeups are fabulous. Just click on a year and have a great time.

http://www.cwfarchives.com/index2.php
indianaice - Jul 13, 2010 - 10:00 PM
Post subject:
Hello Frank,

Yes I have been to that site numerous times as well as the Mid-Atlantic Gateway Arch. I love the articles, pictures, stories and such that is in that website.

I just wish someone would do a similar website on the WWA in Los Angeles in the 60's. Great wrestling in that area at the time......Blassie, Tolos, Carpentier, Brazil, Sheik, Don Carson, etc.

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jul 14, 2010 - 08:44 AM
Post subject: 1973 Wrestling 7-14 GCW studio
Georgia Championship Wrestling – WTCG Chan 11 – Atlanta
Gordie Solie and Stan Rhodes
Referee; Johnny McAvoy

Stan Rhodes – Welcome to GCW. In our studio today you will see Bolo Mongol. Bolo has been on a mission lately and he is knocking over anyone who gets in his way. Mr. Wrestling # 1 and #2 are here. They will face The Chain Gang of Jim & ken Dillinger the San Francisco hippie bikers. Make no mistake though, they can wrestle. Big Jos LeDuc the Canadian Lumberjack is here as is Bulldog Brower who is as tough as steel. Our main feature will have Bobby Shane, voted #1 fan favorite in last month’s Wrestling Mag, facing Chris Markoff one of the most hated. It should be a great show. Gordie Solie is standing by for an interview with Bobby Shane.

During the interview Chris Markoff, angered over his current raking in the Wrestling Mag, comes on the scene and blames Solie. Markoff pushes the backdrop and before Bobby Shane can stop the wall from falling it crashes on him. Shane is seriously injured and will not wrestle on this studio show.

1. Bolo Mongol; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Cowboy Parker.
2. Mr Wrestling #1 & #2 beat Chain Gang (Jim & Ken Dillinger). Jim Dillinger tried to enter the ring with a chair and was DQ’s by Johnny McAvoy.
3. Jos LeDuc beat Gordon Nelson. Nelson was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV screen.
4. Bulldog Brower; Double Leaping Forearm pin over Buddy Wolfe.
5. Chris Markoff; Illegal Thumb to Throat pin over Norvell Austin.
Markoff continues the punishment along with his manager Crybaby Cannon. Jos LeDuc entered the ring and slugged both Markoff and Cannon sending them running to the locker room.
indianaice - Jul 14, 2010 - 01:14 PM
Post subject:
You know, I am 48 however I never experienced the Big X before. However the televised wrestling I have seen here on the coast never had any blading or juice so......there you have it.

Interesting GCW show. Never thought that Bobby Shane would wrestle as a baby, he was so effective in his short career as a heel. Shocked

Great stuff!

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jul 14, 2010 - 03:16 PM
Post subject: wrestlers
Three of the more famous baby face wrestlers of the early 70's were Bobby Shane, Kevin Sullivan and Larry Zbyszko. Shane and Zbyszko were looked upon as the ideal fan favorites while Sullivan muttled along as a chubby mid-carder. After his turn, Shane didn't have enough time to develop fully as a heel before he was killed in the airplane crash. Zbyszko went over the top as a heel but it was Sullivan who took the road of strange heel to another planet. When he eventually added Mark Lewin as the Puple Haze the mission of wierd was complete. Though Lewin was a heel during the early 70's he was at least mild then.
indianaice - Jul 14, 2010 - 04:53 PM
Post subject:
I guess it was because all the Shane pics I seen had him with his sinister moustache and crown, that led me to believe that he was heel throughout career, however, going to the Championship Wrestling from Florida, the article on Bobby had a couple of him as a face, but if you saw the facials, you would think he was more adapt to being heel.

Regardless, it's a shame that his career ended so quickly and at such a young age (29).

Edward R. Meek
lobo - Jul 14, 2010 - 06:44 PM
Post subject:
In the late 60's, Shane wrestled in Vancouver's All-Star Wrestling promotion
as a face (no moustache). Feuded with John Tolos.
FrankC - Jul 15, 2010 - 08:05 AM
Post subject: WCW Wrestling 1990
WCW – Bojangles’ Coliseum – Charlotte, NC Att: 10,974
Announcers; Eric Bischoff and Dusty Rhodes

1. Hustler Rip Rogers pinned Dusty Wolfe after caving a trash can over his head and slinging him back into the ring.
2. Colonel DeBeers won by Count-Out over Pistol Pez Whatley. Pez had his head split open on the steel steps and couldn’t make the count.
3. Roadblock won by Count-Out over Drew McDonald. Outside the ring George Gillette held a steel chair so McDonald could drive Roadblocks head into it. The move was reversed at the last second.
4. Riki Chosyu pinned Irwin R. Shyster. Luna Vachon handed Irwin some Brass Nucks but Riki got them and used for the KO.
5. Davey Boy Smith pinned Lord Steven Regal . George Gillette swung a tire iron and hit Regal by mistake.
6. Arn Anderson pinned Ricky Steamboat using a hidden foreign object smash to the temple area.
7. Bruiser Brody won by DQ over Abdullah the Butcher. Abdullah and Sinister Minister attacked referee Mike Chioda who called for the bell.
8. The Steiners (Scott/Rick) beat The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs/Jerry Saggs). Rick; Dog Face Bulldog pin over Jerry Saggs. The Steiners retain the WCW Tag Title.

The Steiners look like they will hold the belts forever but we all know that forever is a close a s tomorrow in wrestling. The combination of Abdullah the Butcher and Sinister Minister (Father Mitchell) is a crime in itself. Neither should be allowed near a ring alone never mind together. Arn Anderson had a foreign object in his tights and used it to KO Ricky Steamboat. Arn says he didn't and we all know that MKABear will say that it was a legitimate whack to the temple but this was a very dirty move. George Gillette had a bad night of managing but the UK icon will make up for it I am sure.
MKABear - Jul 16, 2010 - 09:56 PM
Post subject: Re: WCW Wrestling 1990
FrankC wrote:
WCW – Bojangles’ Coliseum – Charlotte, NC Att: 10,974
Announcers; Eric Bischoff and Dusty Rhodes

6. Arn Anderson pinned Ricky Steamboat using a hidden foreign object smash to the temple area.

The Steiners look like they will hold the belts forever but we all know that forever is a close a s tomorrow in wrestling. The combination of Abdullah the Butcher and Sinister Minister (Father Mitchell) is a crime in itself. Neither should be allowed near a ring alone never mind together. Arn Anderson had a foreign object in his tights and used it to KO Ricky Steamboat. Arn says he didn't and we all know that MKABear will say that it was a legitimate whack to the temple but this was a very dirty move.


Observations from ringside - Abdullah and Sinister Minister would unbdoubtably spell forever for the Steiners, but they would be just as liable to beat each other over the heads as soon as they won them.

And you are absolutely correct about what I will say. If Arn allegedly hit Steamboat with something what was it. You don't know, because you didn't see it. You saw Arn pop him and you saw Steamboat fall and in your mind he had to have broke the rules because you have never seen a man fall that fast, especially one of your 'favorites'. I saw the referee's pre-fight inspection, and he found absolutely no object. Case closed. Bischoff, if you and Rhodes want to settle this like men, I'm sure Arn could find a couple of buddies for a 6-Man!

**************************
Another great WCW show! Charlotte got its money's worth.

Frank, I have a question - Is Abdullah the guy who had the green mist or is he the round rotund fellow. Straighten me out on these two.

Ricky The Dragon Steamboat has one of the greatest names in wrestling, ever. Unfortunately, I never saw him in his prime, just the later years, and I know he was a high flyer and those skills deteriorate first on wrestlers. You can be a mauler into your 60's such as the Hulk. I know the matches are scripted, but those guys are truly athletes and they lead a very hard life.
FrankC - Jul 17, 2010 - 08:57 AM
Post subject: wrestling
MKABear, Abdullah the Butcher is the round rotund ugly guy. "400 LBS of lovable steel and sex appeal". He had many managers during his long career but none is as strange as the Sinister Minister.

This 1990 Ricky Steamboat was not the early Ricky but more the Steamboat who was established and had been through the WWF and was now back to the roots of his game.
FrankC - Jul 17, 2010 - 10:29 AM
Post subject: Wrestling 7-17 CWF studio
CWF – NWA – WTOG Chan 40 – Sarasota, FL/Gordie Solie & Barbara Clary
Barbara Clary – We have a great show today here in our studio. King Louis Tillet will see action. The Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko will bring his usual bragging to the ring. The Golden Grahams team of Mike and Eddie are here. Buddy Colt will meet Big Bill Dromo. Ron Fuller and his Tennessee Stud attitude will show his talents. Everyone’s favorite Paul Jones is here and to top off the show Bob Armstrong the Florida Heavyweight Champion will meet Nasy Billy Spears in a non-title matchup. Let’s get to Gordie Solie who is waiting with Bob Armstrong.

During the interview Billy Spears came on the scene. He wasted no time picking up a large potted plant and crashing over Armstrong’s back. Armstrong in injured but will wrestle his scheduled match.*

*Armsrong lost 250 points for this match against Billy Spears

1. King Louis Tillet; Neckbreaker pin over Joe Turko.
2. Golden Grahams (Mike/Eddie) beat Beautiful Bruce Swayze/Maniac Mike Conrad. Mike; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Beautiful Bruce.
3. Buddy Colt; Piledriver pin over Big Bill Dromo.
4. Ron Fuller; Stud Leglock submission over L.D. Lewis
5. Paul Jones; Indian Deathlock submission over Blackjack Slade.
6. Billy Spears pinned Bob Armstrong after J.C. Dykes handed Billy a small metal Foreign Object to used for the KO. This was a non-title match so Armstrong retains the Florida Title.

Another nasty wrestling combination is Billy Spears and his manager J.C. Dykes. He wants Bob Armstrong's Florida belt but using potted plants and foreign objects? I think that Bob will be ready next time. Ron Fuller continues his rough ways. Since the Tennesse Stud persona has taken hold Fuller is ready to push aside all his old friends. He wants to face Paul Jones and teach him a lesson. That remains to be seen. Joe Turko was using foul language and though it was in Italian it must have been clear enough to bring out the ire of some of our Italian fans in the studio. Turko was booed heavily as he chanted the vulgarities. In between King Louie Tillet took care of business on Turko, with a Neckbreaker, much to the fans delight.
MKABear - Jul 18, 2010 - 10:35 AM
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Good card for a studio show.

Bob Armstrong is going to want revenge even if it means giving an unearned title shot to Spears. Armstrong knows no fear, and this time that may hurt him. Spears and Dykes have shown they will do anything to get the FHW title. Maybe Armstrong can negotiate a Special Referee bout that will help keep Dykes at bay. He is the champ, he should have some pull. I'm thinking maybe the American Dream could make a trip to Miami, take in the beach, and ref a match!
FrankC - Jul 19, 2010 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: WCW Wrestling 7-19
Starcade – Expo Hall – Tampa, FL Att; 11.686
Announcers; Tony Schiavone and Lee Marshall

Pre-Card; Disco Inferno won by Count-Out over Reno Riggins after Riggins fell from the entrance ramp to the pit and failed to make the count.
1. Van Hammer pinned Brad Armstrong after a Guitar Smash.
2. Dirty Danny Collins pinned Tim Hoerner. Manager George Gillette hit Tim with a chair outside the ring and shoved him back in for the pin.
3. Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato) beat New Breed (Chris Champion/Sean Royal). Kato pinned Sean Royal after Mr. Fuji placed steel under the turnbuckle.
4. Roddy Piper pinned Rip Morgan.
5. Giant Haystacks pinned Barry Windham. Sting was at the announcer’s table and ran over and tripped Windham who fell into a pin.
6. Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) beat Pretty Wonderful (Paul Roma/Paul Orndorf). Roma found a chain under the ring and tried to sneak it to Orndorf. Hawk got the chain and used it for a KO.
7. Sting pinned Ric Flair after Barry Windham tried to trip Sting but tripped Flair by mistake.
8. Dustin Rhodes pinned Primetime Brian Lee. Tammy Sytch (Sunny) swung the Gong-Bell at Rhodes but hit Lee by mistake. Dustin Rhodes wins the U.S. Heavyweight Belt.

Dustin Rhodes has reached his goal of winning Gold. He will now be a target for a lot of wrestlers but in between can walk proudly as the United States Champion. Barry Windham is heading for a ton of trouble with Ric Flair. Flair looking to get a WCW title shot was “tripped up” on his way leaving Sting as the logical choice. Sinister Minister was convinced that Rip Morgan should have the chance at the U.S. Title. Roddy Piper has put a damper on that. Hot Rod is not a good choice of opponent when you are looking for a win. Ever since Danny Collins took George Gillette as manager he is earning the name Dirty Danny. Now Gillette is considering a tag team of Danny and Drew McDonald. They could be named The Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

note - The 1973 Southern Commissioner Lester Welch has listen and read every complaint about the match between Billy Spears and Bob Armstrong and has issued this statement; "Billy Spears, though questionable, won the non-title match. He will get a chance at the Florida Title but with stipulations. Though I haven't made any final decision a "Special Guest Referee" is certainly in line. I have contacted several possibilities who can rule the ring with an attitude toward no nonsense. J.C. Dykes is already protesting without knowing the conditions. I will deal with Mr. Dykes."
indianaice - Jul 19, 2010 - 01:21 PM
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Wow, this is better than reading The Wrestler and Wrestling Revue. Wow, this is making me want to get my fed up and running. Only thing is that the 73 cards has some big name guys rated lower than they should (they were rated that way because some went up to WWWF to wrestle a few shows so their ratings are lower than what they would be if they were wrestling in their normal area). I may jack up a few guys so they would be more competitive. Also create a couple more guys.

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jul 19, 2010 - 04:00 PM
Post subject: 1973 wrestling
The ratings couldn fluctuate not only from year to year but from federation to federation. I think you have the right idea about altering some of the wrestlers to suit your federation according to your memory of them. I find myself altering here and there and then altering because of the storyline. The bottom line is that you own the game and the game should blend into your federation in a way that you are recreating the wrestling world the way you want.

As you know I have added to the game and altered here and there. The charts are my means to the reality I remember so what you read here is what I have rolled. Glad to see your interest peaking.
MKABear - Jul 19, 2010 - 06:47 PM
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Jeff doesn't care if you alter his ratings. He wants you to have fun with the game.

I have altered the guys I grew up with. They were Memphis regional wrestlers and mostly didn't get national recognition, but they held their own whenever the big names come to Memphis!

Wrestling is a game where you can stack the cards and not hurt the "integrity" of the game.

Heck, I have even had some studio matches where I "booked" the result just to do a lead in to a pay per view. Those results were legit though. I swear ; )
FrankC - Jul 20, 2010 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: Wrestling SECW 7-20
Southeast Championship Wrestling – WBIR Chan 10 – Knoxville, TN
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Ed Capral
Ed Capral – Welcome to SECW from our WBIR studio. We have some fantastic action this morning including everyone’s favorite Cowboy Bob Ellis. Also you will see Rapid Ricky Romero face off against young Jimmy Snuka who is finding new ways to bend the rules. Homer o’Dell will showcase his new tag team The Bass Brothers, Don and Ron. In another great matchup Hurricane Frank Hester will face mean spirited Bobby Duncum and right here this morning you will see a Nebraska Bull Rope Match between Moondog Lonnie Mayne and Easy Ed Francis. For those who are not aware A Rope is placed on one turnbuckle and a Cow Bell on another. Either can be used to an advantage but a pin is still required. The referee this morning is Andy DePaul. My partner is Jeeeeeeeeeesssssss McGrath.

1. Cowboy Bob Ellis; Bulldog Headlock pin over John Furr.
2. Rapid Ricky Romero won by DQ over Jimmy Snuka. Jimmy refused to stop Headbutting Ricky who was tied in the ropes. Andy DePaul called for the bell.
3. The Bass Brothers (Don/Ron) beat Bull Pometti and Wolfman Smith. Ron; Skull Vice submission over Wolfman.
4. Hurricane Frank Hester won by Count-Out over Bobby Duncum. OOR – Duncum had his head run into the post and failed to make the count.
5. Nebraska Bull Rope Match – Moondog Mayne pinned Ed Francis after hitting him with the Cowbell and then dragging him around the ring.

Jess McGrath - Some great stuff this morning. The Bullrope match was exciting and showed Moondog Mayne at home in a special match. East Ed will bounce back as usual. Bobby Duncum and Frank Hester are heating up to some feud. The Bass Brothers are two tough dudes. I look forward to seeing them in the future. Jimmy Snuka is vicious. Ricky Romero won this bout but he certainly looked like he lost the war.
MKABear - Jul 20, 2010 - 09:54 AM
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A Nebraska Bull Rope match on a TV show! Great programming.

The highlight to me was the Bass boys taking out another opponent. They are a force that will have to be dealt with.

And the Jimmy Snuka match! What is going on? DQ'd for using a legal move, headbutting. Pashaw. If Romero can't take the heat, put him in skirt and put him back in the kitchen!
FrankC - Jul 20, 2010 - 10:48 AM
Post subject: wrestling notes
The Nebraska Bull Rope resulted because Easy Ed won the arena match in Nashville when Mayne hit him with a Cow Bell and got DQ'd.

The Bass Brothers have an advantage with Homer O'Dell as their manager. In other Federations they used Maw Bass, their blood mother, who settled scores with her loaded purse. Maw Bass originally wrestled under the name Mae Weston and was a pretty tough lady. Homer O'Dell, a family friend, is now managing and he has been known to bend the rules especially when he wrestled under the name Strangler O'Dell.

Jimmy Snuka was using his legit finisher but Ricky was tied in the ropes. Andy DePaul called for Jimmy to let up until Ricky was untied. Jimmy refused so he got DQ'd. This is far from over.

MKABear, You have a grand knowledge of wrestling and an appreciation for the entertainment but I am getting the impression that you like the guys who bend the rules. This version of Snuka, the rough style of Arn Anderson, Abdullah the Butcher's sharp objects, Terry Funk's blood matches in barbed wire and Papa Shango's voodoo causing cuts have all been defended by you. These wrestlers are not Little Orphan Annie. They are heels beyond description and would be willing to turn every federation into Hardcore or at the least eliminate their opponents by any means possible.
MKABear - Jul 20, 2010 - 11:33 PM
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Oh, yeah I like the heels. Especially if they have a conniving good for nothing manager - Jimmy Hart comes to mind. I think Hart is the best manager I have ever seen.

A few wrestlers I like whether they are the heel or a face, but it is probably because I liked them as a heel first and just hung with them.

Some of the goody goody's are my least favorites. I can not stand to watch Rey Misterio wrestle and he is one the WWE's favorites. I couldn't stand Mr. Wrestling II on Atlanta Superstation, and he almost never lost!

I do like good guys that are tough and if provoked will take things into their own hands, Finlay comes to mind right now, but there are hundreds of them.

Sting is one of the few guys I like better as a face. I haven't watched that one lately, but I think he has recently made a heel turn.

I never liked Hulk Hogan face or heel. I really didn't appreciate the Rock until he was almost retired from wrestling. My loss on that one. I really liked Shawn Michaels and Triple H as DX. Their comedy really added to the show. I understand Michaels retiring, but I do miss him.

And although I never saw him wrestle, I have only read about him, I would have loved Gorgeous George. To act so prissy and better than everyone to get the crowd fired up and then be the worst cheater in the world to win by any means necessary. That is my kind of guy.
FrankC - Jul 21, 2010 - 09:07 AM
Post subject: MSW 1973
Mid-South Wrestling – WTVY Chan 4 –Dothan/Mobile, AL
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn
Referee; Evil Earl Mullihan*

Dickie Steinborn – Welcome to our MSW show. You are in for a treat this morning as some great monsters of the mat are in our studio. Young and arrogant Dick Slater is here. Dick continues to climb the ladder of contention. The Infernos will face the popular Sonny King and Billy Red Cloud. Mil Mascaras, the man of a thousand masks, will face the unpopular but great Hans Schmidt. This is a main event anywhere. Mike McCord, “the women’s pet and the men’s regret” will try to strut his stuff against the 375 LB Chuck O’Connor. Chuck is still a little rusty but could prove to be a problem for McCord who now likes to be known as “The Idol.” Dory Funk Jr is on hand as are The Hell Raisers team of mark lewin and Dr Bill Miller. The Hell Raisers will face The Brisco-Funk Connection team of jack Brisco and Terry Funk with a special referee for that match. In fact Brisco-Funk are waiting to be interviewed by my partner Charlie Pratt.

During the interview Mark Lewin and Dr. Bill Miller came on the scene. They were pointing fingers at Charlie Pratt accusing him of helping vault Brisco-Funk Connection to the #1 ranked tag team. As Miller made an intimidating motion toward Charlie, Jack and Terry stepped in front of him. Miller and Lewin backed off glaring but nothing further. This gesture will add to the popularity of Brisco-Funk.

1. Dick Slater; Shoulder Breaker pin over Lee Wong.
2. The Infernos and Sonny King-Billy Red Cloud; Double Count-Out.
3. Hans Schmidt beat Mil Mascaras. OOR – J.C. Dykes hit Mascaras with a vicious chairshot to the skull. Mascaras was bleeding through the mask so referee Evil Earl Mullihan called the match. Big X on the TV.
4. Mike McCord pinned Chuck O’Connor. McCord used a foreign object pulled from his tights to KO O’Connor.
5. Dory Funk Jr.; Spinning Toe Hold submission over Pancho Valdez.
6. Brisco-Funk Connection (Jack Brisco/Terry Funk) beat Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller). Don Carson jumped on Special Referee Cannonball Joe Powell as Terry Funk was about to pin Mark Lewin.

We promised a great show and you got a great show. Brisco-Funk is walking tall but they better watch their backs. This Hell Raiser team is over the top nuts. Terry’s brother Dory continues to impress as usual. Mike McCord is becoming an itch. He is now handing out his signature shirts with “the women’s pet and the men’s regret” printed in the front and “The Idol” printed on the back. Self promotion is one thing but this is ridiculous. I think Mill Mascaras will have more to say later to Schmidt and J.C. Dykes. The Infernos spend more time outside the ring than inside. Dick Slater is looking for a title shot of some kind but the line is long.

* For anyone interested Evil Earl gained his name because of a real life double-cross. It happened in Chicago when the champion Chief Don Eagle was cheated out of a match because Earl had made a deal with Gorgeous George the winner of the 2 out of 3 falls match. Earl pulled it off with fast counts that the crowd witnessed. The arena in Chicago became a riot situation with Don Eagle legitimately beating on Evil Earl and Gorgeous George being protected by the police. This was not staged it was real and it was serious.
FrankC - Jul 21, 2010 - 03:43 PM
Post subject: 1970's Wrestling Rankings 7-21
Pro Wrestling News Rankings – May 21
WWWF Champion – Ivan Koloff
1. Bruno Sammartino
2. Superstar Billy Graham
3. Baron Mikel Scicluna
4. Pedro Morales
5. George ‘Animal’ Steele

AWA Champion – Larry ‘Ax’ Hennig
1. Baron Von Rashke
2. Handsome Jimmy Valiant
3. The Sheik
4. Waldo Von Erich
5. Larry Zbyszko

Northern Tag Team Champions – Vacant
1. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Prof T. Tanaka
2. Pacific Wave (Tony Garea/Dean Ho)
3. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan)
4. The Executioners #1 & #2
5. Crusher Lisowski and Dick the Bruiser

NWA Champion – Vacant
1. Paul Jones
2. Buddy Colt
3. Bulldog Brower
4. Hurricane Frank Hester
5. Cowboy Bob Ellis

Florida Champion – Bob Armstrong
1. Billy Spears
2. El Olympico
3. King Louis Tillet
4. Rapid Ricky Romero
5. Mike McCord

Southern Champions – Vacant
1. Brisco-Funk Connection (Jack and Terry)
2. Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr Bill Miller)
3. Mr Wrestling #1 & #2
4. Far East Express (M. Arakawa/King Curtis)
5. The Infernos #1 & #2
MKABear - Jul 21, 2010 - 11:23 PM
Post subject: Re: 1970's Wrestling Rankings 7-21
I hate to sound like Ronald Reagan, because I do such poor impersonations, but, "There you go again."

Accusing Mike McCord of a foreign object. I know this man personally and I know he would climb a tree to wrestle scientifically before he would stand on the ground and break a rule!


****

Great TV program. You really give the Mobile fans their money's worth!.

I like seeing Terry Funk as a face, although him staying as one for very long just doesn't seem to figure. He has an extremely short fuse and the only reason he read the rule book is so he would know how better to break it.

I also appreciate the update on the rankings!!!

This is SO cool. Since HBK and apparently The Undertaker have retired (will probably get one more Undertaker show) in real life, I use your federations as my wrestling fix.
indianaice - Jul 22, 2010 - 01:28 AM
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My guess is that Terry Funk will end up turning on Jack Brisco once they are on top, beginning a huge "program" between the two.

However, booking them as a tag team is a promoter's dream. Two wrestlers who one day would be World's Champion teaming up to form a super team. Then, once on top, one would do "heel turn" and start a feud with his former mate. Can you say "Cha-ching!!!"

Almost like the early 70's when Blassie and Tolos had their long program, which drew huge crowds, including over 24,000 at the LA Coliseum for their big cage match (I have the program), then later as things fizzled, they partnered up and did a few tag teams before Blassie went to the WWWF. I found out later that the California State Athletic Commission, at the time, turn down liscences to those over 55 or a certain age, so Blassie was "forced" out. Plus knee problems got him into managing wrestlers.

Mike McCord, when will he change his name to Austin Idol????? Hopefully soon. Cool
FrankC - Jul 22, 2010 - 06:49 AM
Post subject: wrestling 7-22
The story on Mike McCord could probably make a dramatic movie. He was devastated by the plane crash that took the life of Bobby Shane and came close to taking his own had Gary Hart not dragged him from the plane. The pilot, Buddy Colt, really lost his career as a wrestler and turned to announcing with Gordie Solie. McCord who suffered from two broken ankles took several years to recover. His reinvention as Austin Idol was brilliant. He was now bleach blond and trimmed down yet very macho. He may have been the most neutral of all wrestlers and never had to choose the side of good or evil. He was also one of the few, if only wrestler, who could pick on Jerry Lawler in Memphis and still get fan approval.

As for Terry Funk, his storyling will unfold and I am not sure of the direction. In real life he did feel the pressures of Jack Brisco winning the NWA title so Terry had a belt made for himself. He would carry the belt to ringside and at the heat of battle he would use the belt to crown his opponent. He gained the name Terrible Terry from the Doube Cross Ranch because of his attitude turn.
FrankC - Jul 22, 2010 - 08:39 AM
Post subject: WCW 7-22
WCW Battleground PPV – Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, MS Att: 9,994
Announcers; Lance Russell and Joe Pedicino

Pre-Card Match – PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D) beat Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul). Wolfie D pinned Ricky Rice.
1. Salvatore sincere pinned Jushin Thunder Liger by using the ropes for leverage.
2. Frankie Thumper Lancaster won by DQ over Dr. Tom Pritchard. Brother Love trying to interfere hit referee Charles Robinson with the “Book of Love.”
3. The Great Muta pinned Maniac Mark Lewin after Luna Vachon threw sand and hit Lewin in the eyes by mistake.
4. Terry Taylor pinned Kevin Sullivan. Alexandra York hit Sullivan in the head with a microphone. Taylor left with a bad injury after Luna Vachon applied a Gonad Claw during the post match and refused to let go.
5. DOG COLLAR MATCH - Gorgeous Gary Young beat Jimmy Boogie Valiant. Referee Charles Robinson was KO’d after being hit with the Dog Chain. Playboy Gary Hart ran in and kicked Boogie in the temple with his loaded boot knocking him out. As Robinson recovered, Young rubbed Valiant’s face in the Dog Food and then flipped him for the pin.
6. Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris). Ricky Morton pinned Don after Double Dropkicks.
7. Big Van Vader won by Count-Out over Lex Luger. Vader piledrived him on the concrete and Luger couldn’t make the count.
8. Kendo Nagasaki pinned Tommy Rich. Sinister Minister crowned Rich with a Loaded Good Book. Nagasaki wins the WCW Heavyweight Belt.

Sinister Minister or Father Mitchell or whatever he is called knows how to guide his wrestlers to win. He cheats and then cheats again. If he isn’t throwing a dreaded fireball he is using his loaded good book . Vader got the best of Luger this round but look for more. The Rock & Roll look to be in top form. Should we mention the Dog Collar Match? Playboy Gary Hart can be vicious. It will be interesting to see how Boogie will retaliate. Right now Gorgeous Gary Young and Playboy Gary Hart are winning this feud. Terry Taylor may never speak in a normal voice again. This was painful to watch never mind what Taylor was feeling. Luna was probably still mad that she missed with the sand in the match before. Maniac Mark Lewin has an old/new name but he still has all the moves of his Purple Haze days.
MKABear - Jul 22, 2010 - 11:29 AM
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All I have to say about Dog Collar Match is, I wouldn't want to be Gary Hart right now. When Valiant gets a hold of him, Hart will be dog food. Valiant won't quit until he gets his revenge, and he isn't above taking a friend or 10 along.

Poor Terry Taylor. That hurt reading that report!

Vader and Luger is a great matchup, thanks to the promoter of WCW for that one.
FrankC - Jul 23, 2010 - 07:57 AM
Post subject: WWWF Wrestling 7-23
WWWF – George I Lewis Auditorium – Portland, ME Att: 8,832
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Jimmy Lennon

Pre Show Match – Ken Patura; Swinging Full Nelson Submission over Miguel Feliciano.
1. Wolfman Willie Farkus; Hanging Neckbreaker pin over Ron Ritchie.
2. Superstar Billy Graham; Bearhug submission over Don Serrano.
3. The Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald) beat The Bowery Boys (Frank Durso/Joe Abby). Horrible Hartford pinned Frank Durso after The Grand Wizard sprayed Black flag in Durso’s eyes.
4. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Chuck “Popeye’ Richards pinned Pete Doherty. Doherty’s face was slashed with the dog food can lid and he was blinded by the blood.
5. Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Chief Jay Strongbow. Freddie Blassie handed the Baron Brass Nucks for the KO.
6. Ring Busters (Dom DeNucci.Tony Parisi beat The Sicilians (Lou Albano/Tony Altimore). Tony Parisi; Italian Cannonball pin over Tony Altimore.
7. Don Leo Jonathan won by Count-Out over Killer Kowalski after an OOR brawl.
8. Bruno Sammartino pinned Ivan Koloff. Tony Angelo tried to crown Bruno with a chair and the move was reversed by Bruno on Ivan. Bruno Sammartino wins the WWWF heavyweight Title.
indianaice - Jul 23, 2010 - 09:04 AM
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Let's see how long Sammartino holds on to the strap.

ED
MKABear - Jul 23, 2010 - 10:34 AM
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indianaice wrote:
Let's see how long Sammartino holds on to the strap.

ED


Bruno will insist on all matches to be at the Madison Square Garden. He has kind of a home field advantage there!
FrankC - Jul 23, 2010 - 10:46 AM
Post subject: wrestling note
It will be interesting to see how long Bruno holds the belt. Because I have several Feds and I make the rounds it takes a while to get back to the 1973 Northern Fed in an arena. I go thorugh the studio matches after this and then flip flop to the WCCW, WCW, Hardcore and WWF. It makes a champion look like he held the belt for a while although the opposite may be true. Koloff was successful for several monthly cards. The most successful I have had in a champion is the WWF Intercontinental Champion Hercules Hernandez in 1990. He is an unlikely long title holder but somehow he has done it. This next arena show may be a test because he will face the talented and popular Tatanka. Black Bart, The Texas Champion in WCCW, also has an impressive string of title defenses. I have had a few comments from other enthusiasts (not on this forum) who follow my results. They feel that Black Bart is not worthy because he wasn't that good. I beg to differ. If the roll goes his way then the victory is his. We can add charts to create more realism but the bottom line is still the roll of the dice.
FrankC - Jul 24, 2010 - 09:11 AM
Post subject: WWF Wrestling 7-24
PPV Keystone State Madness – The Spectrum – Philadelphia, PA Att; 18,108
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Jerry Lawler

Pre-Show #1 – Brooklyn Brawler pinned Robbie Ellis after hitting him over the head with a NY Met baseball bat.
Pre-Show #2 – Duke of Dorchester pinned Gangrel after the vampire missed a suicide dive.
1. T.L. Hopper pinned Papa Shango. Sinister Minister threw a fireball and hit Papa by mistake.
2. Haku; Savate Kick pin over Jimmy Snuka.
3. The Bezerker pinned Junkyard Dog. Sheik Adnan held JYD’s legs during the count.
4. Million Dollar Man; Million Dollar Dream submission over Greg Valentine. Sensational Sherri hit Greg with the Gong-Bell rendering him helpless as he was put into the Dream hold.
5. The Bushwhackers (Luke/Butch) beat The Beverly Bros (Beau/Blake). Butch over Beau after Battering Ram.
6. King Kong Bundy; Atlantic City Avalanche pin over Jake “Snake” Roberts. Bobby Heenan hit Jake in the temple with a bottle.
7. CAGE MATCH – Bill Jack Haynes beat Ravishing Rick Rude. Rude was given Brass Nucks through the cage wall by Sherri Martel. Billy got the Brass Nucks and used them. He then climbed to the top of the cage and did a B-52 Kneedrop. Rude was out cold as Billy climbed to victory.
8. Tatanka pinned Hercules Hernandez to win the Intercontinental Belt.

There seemed to be two kind of cage matches back in the 80's and early 90's. The WWF had the walls then climb over the top Cage. The WCW had the cage with the door that always seened to get opened by the manager. Some matches had escape through the door. The WCW cage was questionable to say the least. In the matches I use the WWF cage and on a 3, 6, or 9 roll the manager (if any) can slip the wrestler a foreign object through the wire on the wall. This limits the objects to Brass Nucks, Small Flashlight or simply Foreign Object. With it goes 100 points. If the opponent wins then a reversal is what I use as the ending along with the cage card.
FrankC - Jul 25, 2010 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: 1973 Wrestling 7-25
WWWF-AWA Wings Arena-Kalamazoo, MI Att: 8,014
Announcers; Slick Mick Karch and Joe Pedicino

1. Johnny Powers; Powerlock submission ove Tony DiPaulo.
2. Haystacks Calhoun won by DQ over Gorilla Monsoon. Gorilla refused to break an illegal choke hold so referee Mike Sparks called for the bell. It was announced prior to the match that the combined weight of 951 LBs was the most of any 2 opponents in a ring in Michigan history.
3. Ricky “Crusher” Cortez; Legdrop pin over Stan Vachon.
4. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan) beat Air Attack (Greg Gagne/Sgt Frank Holtz. Lanza pinned Greg.
5. George “Animal” Steele pinned Johnny Valiant.
6. Stan Stasiak pinned Pedro Morales. Lord Alfred Hayes held the ropes for leverage.
7. Waldo Von Erich pinned Ray “Crippler” Stevens. OOR – Lord Alfred Hayes crowned Stevens with a trash can then instructed Stan Stasiak to push him back into the ring for the pin.
8. Pacific Wave (Tony Garea/Dean Ho) beat Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka). Tony Garea pinned Mr. Fuji. Mr. Fuji’s head was split oen by a whack to the corner post. He was blinded by blood. Pacific wave wins the Northen Tag Title.

Manager Lord Alfred Hayes is setting up his wrestlers for shots at the title and seems determined to get his way. Both Stasiak and Waldo Von Erich are formidable foe and combined with Lord Alfred it is a force to be reckoned. Pacific Wave is the champions and they will be popular. The Blackjacks will be looking for some gold so Pacific wave better keep their focus. Ricky “Crusher” Cortez would like another chance at a title. George “Animal” Steele has been quiet but winning for a while. Could this strange being be in line for a title shot? He was ranked #5 this month. His win over Johnny Valiant will jump his ranking. Johnny Powers was impressive in his debut to the Federation though he has a great wrestling reputation carried over from Steel Belt.
FrankC - Jul 26, 2010 - 08:28 AM
Post subject: WWF Wrestling 7-26
PPV - War in the Windy City – Rosemont Horizon – Rosemont, IL Att; 18,414
Announcers; Jim Ross and Lord Alfred Hayes

Pre-Show #1 Big Bully Busick pinned Jimmy Jack Funk. He found a shovel under the ring and crowned Jimmy with it then shoved him into the ring.
Pre-Show #2 Barry Horowitz pinned Dino Bravo. Johnny B. Badd was at the announcer’s table and Dino said something off color about Sable. Johnny used his finisher TKO then threw Dino back into the ring.

1. Johnny B. Badd won by DQ over The Mountie. The Mountie tried to use his Stun Gun and referee earl Hebner caught him and called for the bell.
2. Nailz; Running Clothesline pin over Jim Powers.
3. The Model Rick Martel pinned Too Cold Scorpio after Lisa Moretti (Ivory) sprayed cologne into Scorpio’s eyes.
4. Mr. Perfect; Perfect-Plex pin over Duke “Dumpster” Droese.
5. Sgt Slaughter; Cobra Clutch submission over Ludvig Borgia.
6. Demolition beat Smoking Gunns. Ax pinned Bart after Bobby Heenan crowned bart with a microphone during a Melee OOR.
7. CASKET MATCH - Big Bossman beat The Undertaker. Referee Danny Davis was KO’d so Slick took advantage and crowned The Undertaker with a shovel several times. Big Bossman then rolled him into the casket.
8. A.P.A. Acolytes Protection Agency (Bradshaw/Farooq) beat The Rockers (Shawn Michaels/marty Janetty). Bradshaw pinned Michaels after using a Foreign Object. The A.P.A. retain the WWF Tag Title.
MKABear - Jul 27, 2010 - 09:17 PM
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Three great shows! They really packed them into the Spectrum and the Rosemont Horizon!

The Chicago show was going just fine until the final two matches. I hate to see the Undertaker or Shawn Michaels lose. Although, the Big Bossman with a shovel is a formidable opponent even for the Undertaker.

Where is your crybaby announcer when you need him. Bradshaw obviously assaulted Michaels, and in fact I have heard the DA of Cook county is looking into leveling charges the vicious attack was so bad. That is just what I heard though. The least they could do is have the Commissioner order an automatic rematch at the next PPV! I have never seen such a travesty of justice as what happened to the Rockers tonight.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

On a personal note I am going to Chicago in August for only the second time in my life. I am going to the Comic Book Convention at the Rosemont Horizon of all places. I am even cutting my Thursday college classes to go. No, I am not a teenager, I am a 51 year old retired businessman. I am going to college to become a teacher (I think - at least that is the plan today), and I have my priorities straight. The Comic book convention outranks Calc class by miles!
FrankC - Jul 30, 2010 - 09:59 AM
Post subject: comics
I just got back from vacation. We went to NYC for a few days but I am back and will be posting some more wrestling. I don't know a lot about comic book although I have some old Classic Comics sored away. They are all taken from classic literature; Moby Dick, Three Musketeers, Last of the Mohigans, etc. I guess when I was a kid the idea of comics becoming valuable was nil.

MKABear, I respect the ambition of your heading in that direction. I was a teacher for 30 years and though I had a few part time jobs (mainly referee of HS football and basketball) to help support my family, I can honestly say that I never regreted my decision. You are going into teaching with a lot of life experience so you have a lot to offer. The school and students who eventually have you will be very fortunate.
MKABear - Jul 30, 2010 - 02:42 PM
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Thank you for the kind words. But I am scared to death of those kids!
FrankC - Jul 31, 2010 - 10:04 AM
Post subject: 1973 Wrestling AWA
WWWF-AWA – McElroy Auditorium –Waterloo, Iowa Att: 6.994
Announcers – Roger Kent and Gene Okerlund

Gene Okerlund – Wecome to the jam packed McElroy Auditorium in Waterloo, Iowa. This is the day that the bitter feud between AWA Champion Larry “Ax” Hennig and Baron Von Raschke has resulted in a title match. George “Crybaby” Cannon will be at ringside with the evil Baron. Also Bruiser and Crusher are looking for revenge against the rough Vachon Brothers. The Sheik is in action here in Waterloo as is Handsome Jimmy Valiant with the Grand Wizard. Arnold Skaaland will face everyone’s favorite Larry Zbyszko. The Executioners are in action and Eric the Red with The Grand Wizard will face always tough Gino Brito. In a most unusual match called a “Ladder Match”, never before seen, Tony “Battman” Marino will face “Vulcan” Frank Spaceman Hickey. “Battman” and Hickey’s capes have been hung from the rafters. There is a ladder that the wrestlers can climb. The 1st wrestler to retrieve his cape is the winner. “Battman” looks to have the advantage because of Spaceman’s girth but time will tell. This feud is hot. Let’s get to the matches.

1. Gino Brito won by DQ over Eric the Red. Eric hit Brito with his Viking helmet. Referee Jack Terry called for the bell.
2. Handsome Jimmy Valiant; Flying Elbow pin over Tony Rocco.
3. The Executioners beat The Sotos (Roberto/Manuel). Executioer #1 pinned Roberto after Freddie Blassie handed him a roll of coins. Smash!!
4. LADDER MATCH - Frank “Spaceman” Hickey beat Tony “Battman” Marino. “Battman” was stretching for his cape at the top of the ladder when “Spaceman” did a shoulder smash to the ladder. Marino fell from the top to the concrete on the outside of the ring. CRASH!! Hickey climbed to victory.
5. Arnold Skaaland pinned Larry Zbyszko.
6. The Sheik beat Kevin Sullivan when Sullivan was too bloody to continue.
7. Bruiser and Crusher won by DQ over The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog). Maddog refused to let go of an illegal choke hold. Referee jack Terry called for the bell.
8. Baron Von Raschke pinned Larry “Ax” Hennig. George “Crybaby Cannon held the ropes for leverage. Baron Von Raschke wins the AWA Heavyweight Title.
indianaice - Jul 31, 2010 - 02:40 PM
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Nice to see wrestling back on tabletop-sports.com! Great wrestling show, new holder of the strap-Baron Von Raschke. Larry The Axe should get a rematch, this time without the aid of Crybaby Cannon! Maybe have Curt Hennig in Larry's corner to neutralize Cannon. Should be a very interesting short while!

ED
indianaice - Aug 01, 2010 - 05:29 PM
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One thing I need to add.......if an Independant wrestling show ever comes into your area, by all means, go check it out. Admission is usually cheap and you get wrestlers that give more in the ring than you do with the WWE guys.....they may not be as polished, but one thing they never deny is a great effort. Last night I went to MPW in Chatsworth and the show I saw was entertaining, work rate was high and I was impressed with one young wrestler, Ryan Taylor. Keep your eye on him because he has charisma, flair and personality.

ED
FrankC - Aug 02, 2010 - 11:32 AM
Post subject: wwf 8-2
PPV – Lords of the Ring
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum - Fort Wayne, IN Att; 12,936
Announcers; Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler

Pre-Show 1. Iron Mike Sharp pinned Playboy Buddy Rose.
Pre-Show 2. Stunning Steve Austin pinned Bob Holly after Jim Cornette hit Holly with his tennis racket.

1. Sam Houston pinned Skinner.
2. Hacksaw Jim Duggan won by Count-Out over Jeff Jarrett. OOR – Jarrett got tangled in the TV wires and failed to make the count.
3. Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Brutus Beefcake. Jimmy Hart crowned Beefcake with his megaphone.
4. Earthquake pinned Tugboat. Sheik Adnan distracted referee Jack Doan while Earthquake hit Tugboat with a brutal chairshot.
5. The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher) beat The Samoan Swat Team (Samu/Fatu). Thrasher pinned Samu.
6. Randy Savage won by Count-Out over Razor Ramon. Razor chased Miss Elizabeth to the locker room area and failed to make the count.
7. Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian) beat Hart Foundation (Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart). During a melee OOR, Bret failed to make the count.
8. Hulk Hogan pinned Ultimate Warrior to win the WWF title.
FrankC - Aug 03, 2010 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: 1973 wrestling
SECW – James White Coliseum – Knoxville, TN Att: 7,130
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Ed Cappel

1. Big Bad John pinned Chuck O’Connor after a smash to the skull with a foreign object.
2. Adnan El Kassie; Mid-East Deathlock submission over Buddy Wolfe.
3. Cowboy Parker pinned Bull Pometti.
4. The Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown) won by Count-Out over The Jive Tones (Norvell Austin and Tiger Conway Jr.). During a OOR Brawl Tiger failed to make the count and Evil Earl Millihan called for the bell.
5. Jos LeDuc won by DQ over Bolo Mongol when Bolo refused to break an illegal choke hold. Referee Mario Savoldi called for the bell.
6. BOOT CAMP MATCH – Mil Mascaras beat Hans Schmidt. Mil tied Hans to the corner post with the Military Belt and was beating him to a pulp. J.C. Dykes had no choice but to throw in the towel of submission.
7. Dory Funk Jr won by Count-Out over Bulldog Brower. Brower was KO’d after being crashed through the Press Table during OOR action.
8. VACANT SOUTHERN TITLE – Mike McCord and King Louie Tillet were both counted out during an OOR Brawl. King Louie appeared to make the count but Evil Earl Millihan said no. They will meet again for the title. Had Louie won even by count-out he would have to face another opponent but McCord was lucky? Or is Evil Earl up to his old tricks? The Southern Title remains vacant.

Note – The win was originally King Louie on the Main Result chart. Then the 2nd roll called for “Other” and was OOR double count-out. This allows King Louie to feel he should have won and continues into a feud that the braggart McCord will milk to the next meeting.
MKABear - Aug 03, 2010 - 09:35 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 wrestling
FrankC wrote:

8. VACANT SOUTHERN TITLE – Mike McCord and King Louie Tillet were both counted out during an OOR Brawl. King Louie appeared to make the count but Evil Earl Millihan said no. They will meet again for the title. Had Louie won even by count-out he would have to face another opponent but McCord was lucky? Or is Evil Earl up to his old tricks? The Southern Title remains vacant.

Note – The win was originally King Louie on the Main Result chart. Then the 2nd roll called for “Other” and was OOR double count-out. This allows King Louie to feel he should have won and continues into a feud that the braggart McCord will milk to the next meeting.


It ain't bragging if it's true! I notice you didn't even mention the three near pinfalls the Hearthrob had earlier in the match. Incredibly slow counts or you would have your RIGHTFUL Southern Champion!
FrankC - Aug 04, 2010 - 08:07 AM
Post subject: wccw 8-4
WCCW – Blackman Coliseum – Lafayette, LA – KLFY TV Chan 10
Announcers; Gene Goodson and Johnny Weaver

1. Al Madril pinned Johnny Mantel.
2. Maniac Matt Borne won by Count-Out over Dizzy Hogan after throwing Hogan into the crowd.
3. Eric Embry pinned Jake ‘Snake” Roberts. OOR – Embry used a concrete Piledriver after a Brainbuster on the concrete. JAKE WAS Ko’d as Embry thre him into the ring.
4. The Spoilers beat The Batten Twins (Bart/Brad). Bart Batten was Counted-Out during an OOR melee.
5. One Man Gang pinned mark Youngblood. Skandor Akbar distracted referee Bronco Lubich and Gang hit mark with his Chain.
6. Brian Adidas pinned Jimmy Golden to retain the WCCW TV Title.

post notes by Johnny Weaver - Skandor Akbar cannot resist sticking his nose into the cheating way of life. Every time he comes to ringside the match ends with his name attached. Eric Embry seems ready for another title shot. This was a great match against the sidewinder Jake Roberts. Baby Doll trying to help Jake actually tripped him by mistake and Embry ran Jake's head into the concrete. The Batten Twins were agressive in their loss and were holding their own during the melee. The Spoilers are very tough.
MKABear - Aug 05, 2010 - 05:52 AM
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I am not familiar with these announcers, Gene Goodson and Johnny Weaver, but they are like a ray of sunshine.

They told it like it happened. None of this "unseen foreign object" bull to mar the good name of some wrestler, like Handsome Jimmy gets every time he wrestles! Everyone saw Skandar Akbar and no denying his dirty hands will be involved.
FrankC - Aug 05, 2010 - 09:09 AM
Post subject: 1973 Mid-South
MS Wrestling – Garrett Coliseum – Montgomery, AL Att; 13,458
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn

1. Roger Kirby; Piledriver pin over Lee “Cat” Wong.
2. L.D. Lewis beat Hangman Jim Grabmire. Grabmire was too bloody to continue.
3. Bob Orton Jr pinned John Furr by using the ropes for leverage.
4. The Infernos beat The Bass Brothers (Don/Ron). Inferno#2 pinned Ron after Inferno #1 crowned him with a metal chair while J.C. Dykes distracted referee Eddie Gersh. Homer O’Dell screamed for a reversal of decision but Gersh held his ground to not have seen the chairshot.
5. Ripper Collins; Falling Ax (Elbow to Throat) pin over Pancho Valdez.
6. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Bobby Shane pinned Chris Markoff after giving him a severe whipping with the dog chain.
7. Cowboy Bob Ellis pinned Big Bill Dromo.
8. Brisco-Funk Connection (Jack Brisco/Terry Funk) beat Hell Raisers (Dr. Bill Miller/Mark Lewin). Jack Brisco; Figure Four submission over Mark Lewin. Brisco-Funk retain the NWA Tag Title.

Charlie Pratt - Jack Brisco and Terry Funk were convincing in their title defense. Miller and Lewin are tough dudes. Cowboy Bob Ellis had to muster a last ditch effort to overtake Big Bill Dromo who had cheated his way to the advantage. Bobby Shane still hurting from the floodlamp smash by Chris Markoff during the TV interview 2 weeks ago punished Markoff in the Dog Collar Match. I don't know if this will end the feud but Markoff may be looking for a less angry opponent in the next round. This Ripper Collins looks tough. He threw Pancho Valdez all around the ring before lowering his patented Falling Ax. The Infernos got the best of The Bass Brothers but it could open a can of worms. Homer O'Dell is livid and The Bass Brothers have been known to feud with any team. This could and probably will be a heated Heel vs Heel feud. O'Dell has never had any love for J.C. Dykes.
FrankC - Aug 06, 2010 - 07:36 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-6
WCCW – Four States Arena – Texarkana, AR
Announcers; Frank Dusek and Dan Coates

1. Terry Sims won by Count-Out over Steve Cox. Cox was crashed through the Press Table and couldn’t make the count.
2. Cactus Jack Manson pinned Rock & Roll Buck Zumhofe after crashing a trash can over his back while Skandor Akbar distracted referee Jim Korderas.
3. Killer Kahn pinned Brickhouse Brown. Playboy Gary Hart used a loaded boot to the temple to KO Brown.
4. Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware) beat Rock N’ Roll RPM’s (Mike davis/Tommy Lane). Norvell pinned Mike Davis after KoKo whacked him with Brass Nucks.
5. Jimmy Garvin pinned David Von Erich. Precious sprayed perfume into David’s eyes.
6. Black Bart pinned Austin Idol after Jim Cornette smahed his tennis racket over Idol’s head. Black Bart retains the Texas Title.

Post match comments from Frank Dusek - You all know my motto. "Win any way you can and cheat if you must." Tonight we saw the value of having a manager close by the wrestler. Skandor Akbar, Playboy Gary, Precious and JimCornette all have wins for their wrestlers. The fans may not like the method but that is the name of the game. I been in the ring and no one ever showed me mercy and I never gave it back. I like this Cornette guy. He hands Black Bart Brass Nucks and when that isn't enough he takes matters into his own hands with a bashing tennis racket. He should have been a little more sneaky because the Commissioner Bill Watts has called for the tape of the match. We could see a return bout and I think that the tough Austin Idol and his manager Sherri Martel will be gunning for Cornette.
MKABear - Aug 06, 2010 - 09:24 PM
Post subject: Re: WCCW 8-6
FrankC wrote:
WCCW – Four States Arena – Texarkana, AR
Announcers; Frank Dusek and Dan Coates

6. Black Bart pinned Austin Idol after Jim Cornette smahed his tennis racket over Idol’s head. Black Bart retains the Texas Title.

Post match comments from Frank Dusek - ..... I think that the tough Austin Idol and his manager Sherri Martel will be gunning for Cornette.


Idol WILL take care of Black Bart, but the one you can sell tickets to is the thrashing Sherri is going to give Cornette if he even shows his face in the area of an Austin Idol match again! Count on it - one, two, three!
FrankC - Aug 07, 2010 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: 1973 CWF Wrestling 8-7
CWF – Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL Att: 9,500
Announcers: Gordie Solie and Coach John Heath

1. Bob Roop; Shoulder Breaker pin over Wolfman Smith.
2. Beautiful Bruce Swayze; Running Power Slam pin over maniac Mike Conrad.
3. Crazy Luke Graham; Golden Spike (taped thumb) pin over Sonny King.
4. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – Colonel Homer O’Dell was ordered by Referee Terry Yorkston to be escorted from ringside. Hurricane Frank Hester pinned Bobby Duncum after a Double Knuckle Smash.
5. Mr. Wrestling #1 and #2 beat Chain Gang (Ken & Jim Dillinger). Mr/ Wrestling #1; Sleephold submission over Ken Dillinger.
6. Great Mephisto pinned East Ed Francis after Shelina (valet) sprayed Black Flag into Ed’s eyes.
7. Cowboy Bill Watts won by DQ over Moondog Mayne. Mayne was caught by referee Mario Savoldi using a Cowbell the hit Watts.
8. Bob Armstrong and Billy Spears – Time Limit Draw. Special Referee was Thunderbolt Patterson. J.C. Dykes was handcuffed the Killer Joe Christy so he couldn’t interfer. Bob Armstrong retains the Florida Title.

Coach John Heath - Billy Spears is proving to be a force and Bob Armstrong will have to continue to fend him off. Moondog Mayne can be a loving sort but also knows how to bend the rules. This time it cost him. How about the newcomer Great Mephisto. We had heard about him but his face covered valet Shelina is a force. She actually used Black Flag on Easy Ed's eyes. We recovered the can but referee Terry Yorkson never saw it happen. Mr Wrestling #1 and #2 look fabulous. Hurrican Frank Hester may be quiet but he got the job done where it counted. Homer O'De;; is protesting the match. How about Crazy Luke Graham. That taped thumb is going to be a very dangerous mainstay.
MKABear - Aug 07, 2010 - 11:38 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 CWF Wrestling 8-7
FrankC wrote:
CWF – Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL Att: 9,500
Announcers: Gordie Solie and Coach John Heath

6. Great Mephisto pinned East Ed Francis after Shelina (valet) sprayed Black Flag into Ed’s eyes.

Shelina is a force. She actually used Black Flag on Easy Ed's eyes. We recovered the can but referee Terry Yorkson never saw it happen.


I actually saw the can of black flag, but you got it all wrong. Shelina saw a spider crawling on Ed's face and was only trying to help him. I don't think she even realized it would hurt him at the time! She is a sweet girl.
FrankC - Aug 07, 2010 - 01:36 PM
Post subject: Shelina
I remember Great Mephisto. He was on the West Coast a lot but would be east for some big arena shows and south for TV and arena shows. Shelina is actually his wife. Her trademark was a loaded boot. You gotta love it. Mephisto real name is Frankie Caine and he wrestled as Caine for a while. He was also one of the original Infernos and then switched to the Mephisto (but spelled Maphisto) name under a mask to team with Bobby Hart who used the name Dante.
MKABear - Aug 07, 2010 - 07:49 PM
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I got my Pro Wrestling Illustrated today and it said that Aurelian "Grizzly" Smith had passed away at 77. I have never heard of Smith, but he is the father of Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Sam Houston, and Rockin' Robin.

There is a picture in the magazine of Smith whooping Scandor Akbar. A real bloody battle. The picture is very eerie looking, in that it reminds me of middle east death pictures.
FrankC - Aug 07, 2010 - 10:31 PM
Post subject: Grizzley Smith
I remember Grizzley Smith when he teamed with Big Luke Brown as The Kentuckians. They were a solid tag team. Prior to that he wrestled as Tiny Smith and then as Tiny Anderson but his ring look and attire was always the same.
FrankC - Aug 08, 2010 - 07:30 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-8
WCCW - Gilley’s Club – Pasadena, TX/Announcers: Steve Harms & Joe Pedicino

1. Killer Tim Brooks pinned Steve Doll after reversing a Gong-Bell smash during OOR action.
2. Cowboy Scott Casey pinned Great Kabuki. Percy Pringle tried to hit Casey with a tire iron. Sunshine got the iron and slugged Kabuki for the KO.
3. Maddog Buzz Sawyer pinned Skip Young. Percy Pringle cut Skip with a sharp object blinding him with blood.
4. Coast Connection (Jack Victory/John Tatum) beat The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun). Victory pinned Steve after a Chairshot during a melee.
5. CAGE MATCH – Boris Zuchoffe beat Super American Ninja. Zuchoffe escaped after applying a Flying Headbutt fron halfway up the cage for the KO.
6. Iceman King Parsons pinned Gino Hernandez. Chris Adams was at the ringside announcers table and ran over to hold Gino’s legs during the pin.
7. Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey/Bobby Eaton) beat the Von Erichs (Kevin/Lance). Condrey pinned Kevin after a Jim Cornette Tennis Racket smash. The Midnight Express retain the WCCW Tag Title.

Joe Pedicino - Jim Cornette knows how to keep the belt around his champions. His tennis racket has been active. Of course a lot of wrestlers are gunning for him but that is the plight of a manager. Gino Hernandez had a great advantage taken away when Chris Adams helped Iceman Parsons. Gino is screaming foul play and was tearing up the locker room. The Boris Zuchoffe-Super American Ninja feud is just heating up. The Russian won this phase but there will be more to come. Missy Hyatt has the Coast Connection at the top of their game. Buzz Sawyer is a tough hombre who is led by a sneaky twirp named Percy Pringle. Pringle deliberately cut Skip Young and it was a disgrace. Pringle had just lost for Kabuki when Sunshine wrestled a tire iron from him. When is the last time Killer Tim Brooks was cheered. The arrogant Steve Doll has a way of turning everyone against him and he made Killer Brroks a hero for the night. After the reverse Gong-Bell Smash by Brooks to KO Doll the crowd was on their feet hailing Brooks.
MKABear - Aug 08, 2010 - 08:01 PM
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Cornette's tennis racket or not, beating the Von Erichs, "Deep in the Heart of" ain't an easy task!

I wish I could have been there for the Killer Brooks thing. I would have been the only one cheering him to start the match, and finally people start to see it my way, and I couldn't make the trip.

I don't know who Mickey had promoting for him, but that is a good show for a night club. I know it's a BIG night club, but it's still just a night club!
FrankC - Aug 08, 2010 - 08:57 PM
Post subject: Gilley's
At one time Gilley's was said to be the largest indoor club in the world. It had a 6000 functional capacity in the past but now with the larger function rooms they have huge rock concerts and country concerts and can hold 3 times that amount. In 1971 the movie Urban cowboy was filmed at Gilley's.

The WCCW started using Gilley's as a main venue along with The Sportatorium in Dallas and The Will Rogers Cenetr in Fort Worth as their TV taping arenas eventually using Gilley's as the major taping arena.
FrankC - Aug 09, 2010 - 09:00 AM
Post subject: 1973 NWA Mid-Atlantic
NWA Mid-Atlantic – N. Charleston Coliseum, N. Charleston, SC
Announcers; Big Bill Ward and Bob Caudle

1. Beautiful Beauregarde pinned Ben Ortiz by using a Sneaky Foreign Object.
2. Jose Gonzales won by DQ over Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko after Turko threw a trash can and hit referee Mike Sparks.
3. Dick Slater pinned Gordon Nelson.
4. Billy Robinson won by Count-Out over Blackjack Slade. Slade had his head crashed through the press table and he failed to make the count.
5. Golden Grahams (Mike/Eddie) won by DQ over Far East Express (King Curtis/M. Arakawa). King Curtis Iaukea refused to break a blatant Spike Hold to Mike’s throat so referee Angelo Savoldi called for the bell..
6. STEEL CAGE MATCH – Jimmy Snuka beat Rapid Ricky Romero. Ricky was thrown from the top of the cage and then Jimmy did a Flying Leap to Ricky’s helpless body. Snuka then climbed out.
7. El Olympico pinned Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller after Don Carson swung a cane at El Olympico and hit Fuller by mistake.
8. Paul Jones; Indian Deathlock submission over Buddy Colt. Paul Jones wins the NWA Heavyweight Title. Colt is protesting the call saying he never submitted and would never submit especially to a panty waist baby face like Jones.

Big Bill Ward – Paul Jones holds the NWA belt no matter what Buddy Colt has to say. It looked fair to us and the decision will stand. Whether Colt gets another shot is up to the commissioner. The logical opponent would seem to be the Tennessee Stud but he ran into El Olympico and some serious damage was done to his ranking. Jimmy Snuka electrified the fans with a death leap in the cage. The evil heel has certainly gathered fans who in spite of his attitude want to see more. King Curtis Iaukea was salivating when he hooked in the illegal spike on Mike Graham. I hate to think how far he would actually go with this move. Billy Robinson knocked some of Blackjack Slade’s attitude out with the head 1st smash through the press table. Billy is one tough dude. Joe Turko could face suspension after throwing the trash can and how about the newcomer Beauregarde. He is some piece of work.
MKABear - Aug 09, 2010 - 01:38 PM
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My two cents. I think Paul Jones ought to fight the winner of a match between El Olympico and Dirty Dick Slater. I know Paully boy wouldn't want anyone as tough as Slater across from him, so he might rig it for an Olympico win! I also don't think Snuka or Ron Fuller should be looked over for a shot either. Especially after Olympico beat him with a cane to get the pinfall in South Carolina.

Always good stuff happening in the NWA!
FrankC - Aug 10, 2010 - 07:23 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-10
WCCW – Sportatorium- Dallas, TX/Announcers; Bill Mercer and Marc Lowrance

1. Bugsy McGraw; The Splash pin over Taras Bulba.
2. Kendall Windham won by Count-Out over Kamala. OOR – Kamala ran into a TV cameraman, tripped and failed to make the count.
3. Jeep Swenson pinned Missing Link. Skandor Akbar threw Link Brass Nucks and Jeep intercepted them then used for the KO.
4. Dingo warrior won by Count-Out over Rip “Crippler” Oliver. Dingo dropkicked “Crippler” into a hot dog stand.
5. Crusher Yukoff pinned Chris Adams. Gino Hernandez came to ringside and was bothering Sunshine. Adams got distracted and was rolled up by Yukoff.
6. The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Terry Gordy) beat The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers). Terry Gordy pinned Tommy Rogers.
7. Kerry Von Erich won by Count-Out over Al Perez. OOR – Kerry crashed Perez through the announcers table and Al failed to make the count. Perez retains the WCCW title.

Bill Mercer - We get thousands and thousands of letters each week. Some are complimentary and some are less than flattering to our announcing style. Joe Pedicino who was at Gilley's for the previous show passed along this letter from MKABear commissioner of the NSWF (North Star Wrestling Federation) who enjoyed Killer Brook's rubbing of Steve Doll's face into the mat. Killer Tim Brooks may not be everyone's favorite and wrestle to everyone's liking but the Killer has always been an above the board rough wrestler and is a test for every wrestler who faces him. Steve Doll is a fine wrestler but you don't call Killer Brooks old and used up and get away with it. Thanks for the comments MKABear. I hope you are not trying to recruit Killer Tim Brooks for the NSWF.
MKABear - Aug 10, 2010 - 09:55 AM
Post subject: Re: WCCW 8-10
FrankC wrote:
WCCW – Sportatorium- Dallas, TX/Announcers; Bill Mercer and Marc Lowrance

1. Bugsy McGraw; The Splash pin over Taras Bulba.

6. The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Terry Gordy) beat The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers). Terry Gordy pinned Tommy Rogers.


Bill Mercer - ... I hope you are not trying to recruit Killer Tim Brooks for the NSWF.


First of all, I want you to know if The NSWF wants a wrestler it gets a wrestler, you will know I came after one, when you notice they aren't at your shows.

The Freebirds and Bugsy might be openers at the NSWF, but no one else could even get on one of our cards!
FrankC - Aug 11, 2010 - 08:02 AM
Post subject: WWWF studio wrestling 8-11
WWWF - WINS Chan 11 - New York City
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Ray Morgan

Ray Morgan - Wecome to WWWF wrestling at WINS Chan 11. This morning we have a great show. You will see Ricky "Crusher" Cortez in action. Ray "Crippler" Stevens will strut his stuff as he faces the tough Tony Altimore. The Ring Busters will face the Vachons in tag action. This is a main event anywhere. There is no love lost between these two teams. Gorilla Monoon will see action against the always interesting Spaceman Frank Hickey. In our feature event ex WWWF champion Ivan Koloff will face the popular Pedro Morales. Pedro was interviewed by Pat Patterson and he is psyched for this meeting. Lets get to the action as I notice Artie Ardella ready with his microphone......

1. Ricky "Crusher" Cortez; Legdrop pin over Miguel Feliciano.
2. Ray "Crippler" Stevens pinned Tony Altimore.
3. Rig Busters (Tony Parisi/Dom DeNucci) and The Vachons (Maddog/Butcher); Double Count-Out.
4. Pedro Morales won by DQ over Ivan Koloff. Tony Angelo entered the ring to help Koloff and referee Johnny McAvoy called for the bell.
5. Gorilla Monsoon pinned Spaceman Frank Hickey using an Illegal Choke Hold.
FrankC - Aug 12, 2010 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: ECW Hardcore Wrestling 8-12
ECW - Wonderland - Revere, MA Att;3,054/Announcers;Joey Styles and Jim Cornette

1. Simon Diamond pinned Big Dick Dudley after Dawn Marie grabbed Dudley by the gonads and squeezed. OUCH!! Joey Styles - "Oh my God, Did you see that!!"
2. Masato Tanaka; Tornado DDT into a Chair pin over Johnny Swinger.
3. J.T. Smith pinned Danny Doring after a reverse Chairshot became a Dropkick Chairshot.
4. The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) beat F.B.I. - Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mamaluke). Saturn pinned Mamaluke.
5. Cactus Jack pinned C.W. Anderson. Sinister Minister (Father James Mitchell) hit Anderson with a 2 x 4 by mistake.
6. LOSER LEAVES ECW MATCH - Tommy Dreamer pinned Mike Awesome. Paul Hayman tried to hand Awesome a Baseball Bat and it was taken Beulah McGillicuty and given to Tommy who used it for the KO.

Joey Styles - Mike Awesome, the ex-ECW champion has to pack his bags for parts unknown. He certainly has proved himself here in ECW. Tommy Dreamer stands tall with this win. Sinister Minister cannot stay out of the matches but this time he split open C.W. Anderson's head with a 2 x 4 smash. At this rate he won't have any wrestlers left. The Eliminators look like a fine tuned machine although the F.B.I. put on a good show. J.T. Smith continues to win and this match was impressive against danny Doring. The Chairshot Dropkick was perfectly timed. Masato Tanaka took a beating but came out with a win. Johnny Swinger was too quick in congratulating himself. Simon Diamong got the win against Big Dick Dudley but it was Dawn Marie who made it possible. That was painful to watch.
FrankC - Aug 13, 2010 - 08:23 AM
Post subject: Big Time Wrestling Detroit 1973
Big Time Wrestling - WBKB - Chan 61 - Detroit/Announcer; Joe Pedicino

Joe Pedicino - We have a great show today. It is like an invasion of the roughest wrestlers active today. You will see right here today a tough newcomer named The Mongolian Stomper. He is rumored to be a fugitive in the far East and has been brought here to be close his cousin Gorilla Monsoon another questionable story. Superstar Billy Graham will be in action. A new tag team called the Killers consisting of Killer Karl Krupp and Killer Karl Kox will show their evil side. Krupp is known for his Claw holds while Kox has made the Chesapeake Crab famous. He claims it is better than the Boston Crab. Kox also carries a bag of coins around with him. It was given to him by Lars Anderson and serves as a nifty Foreign Object KO. George "Animal" Steele will face fan favorite Tony Rocco. Waldo Von Erich is up against another fan favorite in Kevin Sullivan. Chief Jay Strongbow will try to extract some revenge on Baron Mikel Scicluna and his nefarious manager Freedie Blassie. I have to interview Chief Jay right now...........

DURING THE INTERVIEW - Baron Scicluna and Freddie Blassie came from behind the curtain. They began to degrade the Chief and Pedicino saying that the Chief was a coward and Pedicino favored all the baby faces ranking them high in the current wrestling magazine. A melee broke out and The Baron hit Pedicino. The Baron walked away with Blassie while Strongbow and some TV crew called for the stretcher. Baron Scicluna has vaulted to the number 1 heel and has gained 300 points in the match today for his actions.

1. Mongolian Stomper and Ron Ritchie Double Count Out during OOR action.
2. Superstar Bill Graham; Bear Hug submission over Sonny King.
3. The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox) beat Bowery Boys (Joe Abby/Frank Durso). Karl Krupp; Eye Claw submission over Joe Abby.
4. George "Animal" Steele; Hammerlock submission over Tony Rocco.
5. Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Chief Jay Strongbow after hitting him with a Foreign Object while Freddie Blassie was distracting referee Jack Mason.
6. Waldo Von Erich; Iron Claw submission over Kevin Sullivan.
FrankC - Aug 14, 2010 - 08:27 AM
Post subject: ECW - Hardcore - 8-14
ECW - Ironbound Rec Center - Newark, NJ - Att: 3,520
Announcers; Joey Styles and Paul Hayman

1. Hugh Murrus pinned Dudley Dudley after crashing a TV over his head during OOR action. Joey Styles screams “Oh My Gawwwwd!!”
2. Yoshihiro Tajiri won by DQ after Rebel hit referee Bill Alphonso with a chair.
3. Kid Kash pinned Al Snow after a smash to ECW – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,520
the skull with the Gong-Bell.
4. Bad Breed (Axl & Ian Rotten) beat The Gangstas (New Jack//Mustafa Saed). New Jack was Counted-Out during an OOR melee.
5. Taz won by DQ over Justin Credible. Justin KO’d referee Bill Alphonso and was beating on Taz with a Kendo Stick. Referee Mike Adamie entered the ring and called for the bell. The Gangstas and Al Snow came out and pulled Justin from the ring as he wouldn’t stop with the Kendo Stick beating on Taz and by now had KO’d referee Mike Adamie.
6. Chris Candido pinned Chris Cheti after Tammy Sytch (Sunny) handed him Brass Nucks for the KO. Candido retains the ECW TV Title.

Joey Styles - The match with Taz and Justin Credible could lead to a giant feud after Justin kept beating Taz with the stick. For now Justin is the number 1 heel and he can brag. A feud may start with The Gangstas and Bad Breed. The Count-Out of New Jack will only add to what could become a major controversy. Why was New Jack counted out and not Ian who was also the legal man in the ring. Bill Alphonso claims that Ian came back in to start the count again but no one saw it. Alphonso is a heel referee and teams like Bad Breed have him in their back pocket. Tammy Sytch always finds a way to keep the title her wrestler.
FrankC - Aug 15, 2010 - 07:37 AM
Post subject: 8-15 All Star Wrestling 1973
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland, OH/Announcer; Slick Mick Karch

Slick Mick – Welcome to our show of All Star Wrestling. We have some of the great grapplers right here in our studio today. You will see everybody’s favorite Johnny Powers along with the hated Arnold Skaaland. Haystacks Calhoon is here to face the Olympian Ken Patura. The AWA Champion Baron Von Raschke is here to face The Jersey Sailor Chuck “Popeye” Richards in a non-title match and Handsome Jimmy Valiant and his bag of tricks will face Gino Brito. It should be a corker. We have a new tag team in the Federation. These are the Texas Outlaws that you may have heard about. Dick Murdock and Dusy Rhodes are two tough wrestlers here to test the waters. I will be interviewing them in a a few minutes.

INTERVIEW – Slick Mick was interviewing The Texas Outlaws and The Blackjacks came from behind the curtain. Lanza and Mulligan started screaming that this was their turf and they didn’t need any copycats especially weak ones like the Outlaws. A shoving match broke out and it led to a brawl. During the brawl Blackjack Mulligan crashed a flood lamp over Dusty’s head. Haystacks Calhoon and Johnny Powers came out to break up the brawl. (Dusty loses 250 points for today’s match.

1. Johnny Powers; Powerlock submission over Tony DiPaulo.
2. Arnaald Skaaland; Atomic Drop pin over Stan Vachon.
3. Texas Outlaws (Dick Murdock/Dusty Rhodes) beat The Sotos (Roberto/Manuel). Dick Murdock; Brainbuster pin over Roberto.
4. Haystacks Calhoon and Ken Patura; Time Limit Draw. Haystacks was injured when George “Crybaby” Cannon hit him with a pail.
5. Baron Van Raschke; The Iron Klaw submission over Chuck “Popeye” Richards.
6. Handsome Jimmy Valiant; Flying Elbow Pin over Gino Brito after a smash with a foreign object.
MKABear - Aug 15, 2010 - 08:46 PM
Post subject: Re: 8-15 All Star Wrestling 1973
FrankC wrote:
All Star Wrestling – WEWS Chan 43 – Cleveland, OH/Announcer; Slick Mick Karch

6. Handsome Jimmy Valiant; Flying Elbow Pin over Gino Brito after a smash with a foreign object.


First of all - GREAT TV show. All 6 matches were good. The brewing feud between the Outlaws and Mulligans will be a doozy to watch. I can see this one being fought many times in many places before it is settled.

Baron Von Rashke is not a fellow to tangle with. His fuse is mighty short.

Speaking of short fuses, I am at the end of mine on the sorry reporting that the AWA provides in EACH and EVERY bout Handsome Jimmy Valiant wins! Which is every match he enters by the way. I have talked to the Boogie Woogie man and I think he needs to hire a valet/manager to sit at the announcers desk while he is in the AWA so he can get some fair treatment instead of being accused of using foreign objects every fight. I bet you couldn't round up 10 people at ringside that would sign an affidavit that they "saw" a foreign object. It is just your announcers, week in week out, slandering one of wrestlings Greatest Athletes and performers.
FrankC - Aug 16, 2010 - 08:21 AM
Post subject: Jimmy
MKABear, You are right about one thing; Handsome Jimmy Valiant keeps winning. In his last match thre referee took a foreign object fom Jimmy before the match. It is hard to deny that he was not carrying this artlcle just for good luck. As it turned out he somehow had a 2nd undetected foreign object and he was able to combine that with his Flying Elbow Finisher to get the pin.

Jimmy does have a manager and he is The Grand Wizard. The Grand Wizard will usually be at the larger arena shows but often is not at the TV shows. Your suggestion of his sitting at the announcer's table is good and he will probably do so in the future. The Wizard has been working with Handsome Jimmy on using a Sleeper Hold. It doesn't seem to fit his style but who knows what the future will bring.
FrankC - Aug 16, 2010 - 08:22 AM
Post subject: 8-16 ECW
ECW – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att: 4,188
Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner

Tracy Smothers came out to announce that he was now a “Goomba” and a member of the stable of Full Blooded Italians consisting of his bodyguard Sal E. Graziano, Little Guido, Tony Marinara (Mamaluke), Johnny “The Bull” Stamboli and Big Vito Lograsso. Tracy will be known as “The Little Don”

1. Hack Meyers pinned Tommy Cairo. OOR – Meyers did a Piledriver to Cairo on the cement then Angel who was at ringside used his staple gun shots on the KO’d Tommy.
2. Tracy “Little Don” Smothers pinned Tony DeVito after a Sal E. Graziano Chairshot.
3. Max Payne won by Count-Out over Angel. OOR – Max threw Angel into a Beer Stand. Angel was unable to continue.
4. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) won by Count-Out over The Dudleys (D-Von/Bub Bub Ray). The match was going badly so Joel Gertner instructed the Dudleys to go to the locker room after he received a phone call. He later said the it was an emergency in Dudleyville* with the Dudley family.*Dudleyville is somewhere on Long island. The Dudleys retain the ECW Tag Belts.
5. Raven; Evenflo DDT pin over Jerry Lynn after Lynn was distracted by Kimmona Wannalaya.
5. FALL COUNT ANY WHERE MATCH – HARDCORE TITLE – Terry Funk pinned Louie Spicoli after throwing him through the Ticket Booth and smashing down the walls. Terry Funk retains the Hardcore Title.
MKABear - Aug 16, 2010 - 11:47 PM
Post subject:
Terry Funk defending his hard core title is worth the price of admission by itself!

Genius management by Joel Gertner to retain the ECW Tag Belts! Pure Genius. I do hope that the Dudley boys were able to take care of the emergency out on Long Island!
FrankC - Aug 17, 2010 - 07:40 AM
Post subject: 8-17 Studio Wrestling
Studio TV Wrestling – WIIC – Chan 11 – Pittsburgh
Announcer; Bill Cardille Referee; Izzy Moidel

Bill Cardille – Welcome to Studio Wrestling. We have a great show this morning and it is not without some wild characters. It won’t take long for you to see one of the strange additions to Freddie Blassie’s stable. I am talking about The Wolfman who Blassie leads in on a chain. If that isn’t enough The Grand Wizard will be here with the odd Viking Eric the Red. Eric carries a big bone with him that is rumored to be the leg remains of some unsuspecting poor soul. The Love Brothers are here to reek havoc but Horrible Hartford and Rotten Reginald will have to face the speedy team of Frank Holz and Greg Gagne named Air attack. This should be good. The Sheik is here for some action and even his manager Tony Angelo will also strut his grappling stuff against Pittsburgh’s favorite son Larry Zbyszko. The feature match will have Larry “Ax” Henning facing off against the always dangerous Johnny Valiant. Valiant who complained about not facing good talent lately may have bit off more than he can chew. Lets get to the action……………

1. Wolfman Farkus; Hanging neckbreaker submission over Don Serrano.
2. Eric the Red pinned Luis Martinez after whacking him in the skull with a bone.
3. Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald) and Air Attack (Frank Holz/Greg Gagne); Time Limit Draw.
4. The Sheik; Lebanon Lift (Camel Clutch) submission over Pete Doherty.
5. Larry Zbyszko beat Tony Angelo. Angelo could not continue after splitting his head open on a smash to the steel steps during OOR action causing too much blood. BIG X on the TV screen.
6. Johnny Valiant won by Count-Out over Larry “Ax” Hennig. Handsome Jimmy Valiant was at the announcer’s table and came over during OOR action to help Johnny, while referee Izzy Moidel was distracted by The Grand Wizard. They ran Hennig head first through the press table. Hennig was unable to recover. Larry Zbyszko tried to help but he was too late on the scene. Zbyszko got into a screaming match with Luscious Johnny and Handsome Jimmy. He wants one or both to face him in the ring. Jimmy only laughed and called Zbyszko “The Pittsburgh Pussy.”

Post Show Comments by Bill Cardille - Handsome Jimmy Valiant is really over the top. He seems to be out to hurt other wrestlers and doesn't care. Now he is roping in his brother Luscious Johnny again and we all remember when they were a tag team. They put a large S on the word suspension. The time has come to think in that direction again. If our favorite son Larry Zbyszko is going to face these two maniacs he had better recruit a few more wrestlers to help him. I don't have a good feeling about this.
FrankC - Aug 18, 2010 - 08:18 AM
Post subject: 8-18 ECW
ECW – Memorial Hall – Dover, DE Att: 2,668
Announcers; Joey Styles and Dusty Rhodes

1. E. Z. Money pinned Chris Hamrick. OOR – Hamrick split his head open on the steel steps and was blinded by the blood.
2. Spike Dudley pinned Vic Grimes after Mikey Whipwreck hit Grimes with a Baseball bat.
3. Lance Storm pinned Mikey Whipwreck after Dawn Marie sprayed perfume to the eyes.
4. The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike) won by DQ over BWO – Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards). During a melee Chastity hit referee Nick Patrick with a chair. He called for the bell.
5. Rhyno; GORE (Striking Spear) pin over Steve Corino.
6. Sabu pinned Sid Vicious. OOR – Sid got into an argument with Dusty Rhodes at the announcer’s table. Rhodes did a Cement Piledriver on Sid and then threw him back into the ring.
Dave_Barton - Aug 18, 2010 - 01:32 PM
Post subject: Re: 8-17 Studio Wrestling
FrankC wrote:
Zbyszko got into a screaming match with Luscious Johnny and Handsome Jimmy. He wants one or both to face him in the ring. Jimmy only laughed and called Zbyszko “The Pittsburgh Pussy.”


Sounds a little hardcore for 1973...you sure it wasn't "The Pittsburgh Pussycat?" Wink
indianaice - Aug 18, 2010 - 02:02 PM
Post subject:
Hello Dave Barton,

I had, at one time, three of your Retro game sets, AWA, Mid-Atlantic and Georgia and lost them all in a computer crash. Printed materials was lost in a move......groan.....your game was a classic and wish you never folded the tent. No wonder why some of us hate Vince Jr.

If you ever decide a comeback, we will all be gratefull. Email me at emeek19 at aol dot com and I can give you ideas as to how to go around all the damn copyrights.

ED
FrankC - Aug 19, 2010 - 10:06 AM
Post subject: 1973 Wrestling South
Mid-Atlantic TV Wrestling – WETV – Chan 3 – Charlotte, NC
Big Bill Ward and Leo Voss

Leo Voss – We have a great show this morning. You will see Chief Wahoo McDaniel in action. We have heard a lot about the Chief and he has formed a team with Billy Red Cloud called American Natives. This morning he will be in single action. Bad Bobby Duncum is here and so is Beauregarde who is making a name for himself. The Hell Raisers will see action. It is the team of Mark Lewin and Dr. Bill Miller. They are two of the toughest guys teaming. Dick Slater is set to meet Big Bill Dromo in what should be a great match and Mike McCord will face L.D. Lewis. McCord continues to be one of the biggest mouths around. In fact my partner Big Bill Ward is about to interview McCord………………………….

INTERVIEW – Ward mentioned the last match that McCord had with King Louie Tillet and how McCord resorted to more dirty tactics than regular moves. This caused McCord to go ballistic. He was turning over the lamps and the podium and was about to go for a chair when Chief Wahoo McDaniel came out to protect Bill Ward. It led to a pushing match and then some punching. The innocent bystander ward was smashed to the chin by a McCord forearm. Several other wrestlers came on the scene to stop the fight. The EMT’s came and carried Bill Ward to the ambulance. (Mike McCord has vaulted to #1 Heel a position he already owned and given 300 points that will last until his #1 heel ranking has been replaced).

1. Wahoo McDaniel; Tomahawk Chops pin over Wildman Mike Boyette.
2. Bobby Duncum; Texas Bulldozer (Running Power Slam) pin over Buddy Wolfe.
3. Beauregarde and Jose Gonzales; Double Count-Out during OOR brawl.
4. Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller) beat Wolfman Smith and Lee “Cat” Wong. Dr. Bill Miller pinned Wolfman Smith after an Illegal Choke Hold.
5. Mike McCord; Sleeper submission over L. D. Lewis.
6. Bill Dromo won by DQ over Dick Slater. Slater refused to stop using his Shoulder Breaker finisher while Dromo was tied in the ropes. Referee Leo Magnolia called for the bell.

Leo Voss - I hope my partner Big Bill Ward is OK. What happened was a disgrace by any standards. Mike McCord doesn't care but his actions should lead to a perminant suspension. I asked McCord how he felt and all he could say was "Ward should have ducked."
FrankC - Aug 20, 2010 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: ECW (Hardcore) 8-20
ECW – ECW Arena – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,796
Announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Nova; Novacaine pin over Jason Knight.
2. Mr. Hughes; Sit Out Power Bomb pin over 911.
3. The Mamalukes (Johnny Stamboli/Vito Lograsso) beat Bad Street Boys (Christian York/Joey Mathews). Johnny pinned Joey after OOR - Big Vito; Luca Brotzi cement DDT on Joey and then threw him into the ring for the pin.
4. Balz Mahoney won buy Count-Out over Roadkill. Roadkill was thrown into the crowd and couldn’t recover.
5. Shane Douglas pinned The Sandman after Francine grabbed Sandman’s gonads and squeezed. Joey Styles screams “Oh My God.”
6. Rob Van Dam won by Count-out over Chris Jericho. Jericho crashed through a Pop Corn Cart and was unable to continue. Rob Van dam retains the ECW Title.
FrankC - Aug 21, 2010 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: 1973 Southern
Mid-Atlantic TV Wrestling – WAVY Chan 10 – Norfolk, VA
Announcers; Billy Powell and Joe Munick

Billy Powell – Welcome to M/A TV Wrestling. We have an exciting show today. The Spoiler has entered the Federation and you will see him today. Another newcomer is the sensational youngster Don Muraco who seems unpredictable. The soft spoken Hawaiian has some rough over the top moves and he uses an Asian Spike that seems illegal. Also on our show is Adnan El Kassie. He hails from Iraq. The Infernos with manager J.C. Dykes are on hand to face the exciting Jive Tones team of Tiger Conway Jr and Nornell Austin. Bill Robinson, the uncrowned International star, is here and will be interviewed by my partner Joe Munick. The feature match has strongman Jos LeDuc meeting Bolo Mongol. It should be a battle. Now with Billy Robinson here is Jolly Joe Munick……………………………………

INTERVIEW – The interview was easy going about how Billy is enjoying wrestling in the Federation here and facing the great stars of the ring. Joe Munick then mentioned that the latest Pro-Wrestling Star magazine referred to Billy as the uncrowned International Champion. At this time Sheik Adnan El Kassie interrupted the interview carrying a chair and before anyone realized what was happening Adnan smashed the chair to Billy Robinson’s back screaming “Now you are crowned.” Robinson fell to the floor with an injury. Jos LeDuc came out and the Sheik backed off still mouthing off; “I am the real uncrowned International Champion.” (Billy Robinson is -250 points for this match today)

1. The Spoiler; Iron Claw submission over Hangman Jim Grabmire.
2. Don Muraco; DDT pin over Beautiful Bruce Swayze after an Illegal Asian Spike to throat.
3. Adnan El Kassie; Bagdad Death Lock submission over Pancho Valdez.
4. Billy Robinson and Roger Kirby; Time Limit Draw.
5. The Jive Tones (Tiger Conway Jr/Norvell Austin) beat The Infernos. Inferno #2 was bleeding profusely through his mask and referee Henry Van Loom called the match. Big X on the TV.
6. Jos LeDuc won by Count-Out over Bolo Mongol. OOR – Bolo’s head was smashed to the ring post and he failed to make the count.

Note – Billy Robinson has appealed to Commissioner Len Rossi that he be allowed to meet Sheik Adnan El Kassie in a cage match during the following big arenas shows. Rossi has already answered saying the match will be signed. Sheik Adnan protested saying he would meet Billy Robinson but in a Mid-East Death Match (Libyan Death Match) instead. Billy said he would sign for the match. The details will be worked out.
dglass1 - Aug 21, 2010 - 09:34 AM
Post subject:
Frank -- Just curious, do you adjust wrestlers' ratings based on wins and losses according to the standard rules, or do you have your own system?
FrankC - Aug 21, 2010 - 10:20 AM
Post subject: ratings
I don't adjust the ratings at all unless a wrestler is a champion then i add 100 points to his total. If it is a tag team I add 200 points to their total.

I do have an extentive use of managers because if my memory serves me right managers were around to assist the wrestler so they were always involved somehow. Whenever I roll of 3 or 6 on a match modifier the wrestler can choose to allow the manager to interfer. If I roll a 9 on the match modifier then the manager will interfer on his own.

I have some wrestlers who are jobbers (usually wrestlers who are under 1000 points) I have a special column for the outcome. They have very little chance of a win and then it is usually by count-out.

The interview will also alter a wrestler's point total. If he gets injured he will lose a certain number of points. A good interview will help him gain points. If an incident makes him the #1 heel then the points are added not only for 1 match but for the length of his stay at #1 heel. For example in the case of Mike McCord mentioned a few cards ago, he gained 300 points and vaulted to #1 heel. As it happens he is also billed to fight King Louie Tillet for the Southern Belt. The 300 points are a major addition to McCord's chances at gaining gold. I have toyed with the idea of having points for the heel/face ratings but I don't wany to get bogged down too much.

Thanks for asking and reading the results. Feel free to make suggestions.
FrankC - Aug 22, 2010 - 09:55 AM
Post subject: WCW 8-22
WCW – Neal Blaisdell Center – Honolulu. Hawaii Att: 8,556
Announcers; David Crockett Jr and Johnny Weaver

1. Teijo Kahn; Neckbreaker pin over Reno Riggins.
2. Jushin “Thunder” Liger won by Count-Out over Disco Inferno after an OOR Sit Out Power Bomb on the concrete. Disco couldn’t recover in time.
3. Rock and Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat Pretty Wonderful (Paul Roma/Paul Orndorf). Orndorf was Counted-Out after Sable hit him in the head with the Gong-Bell by mistake.
4. Irwin R. Shyster pinned Davey Boy Smith while Kevin Sullivan held the ropes for leverage.
5. Ricky Steamboat pinned Maniac Mark Lewin. Kevin Sullivan tried to hand Lewin a roll of coins but Steamboat got the roll and KO’s Lewin.
6. Kevin Sullivan pinned Jimmy “Boogie Valiant after Luna Vachon threw salt into Jimmy’s eyes then Irwin R. Shyster hit Jimmy with a roundhouse for the KO.
7. CAGE MATCH – Abdullah the Butcher beat Bruiser Brody after tying him in the ropes and continually smashing his face using Brass Nucks that were somehow given to him by Sinister Minister. Brody was covered with blood so referee Nick Patrick called the match in favor of Abdullah.

Jimmy Valiant need to get some help if he want to battle Kevin Sullivan's Army of Darkness. Sullivan's group are like bees swarming and they will never let up. Where was Nick Patrick looking when Sinister Minister handed Abdullah the Brass Nucks. Everyone saw the happening but him. I never saw Brody take this kind of beating.
FrankC - Aug 23, 2010 - 08:02 AM
Post subject: 1973 GWF-NWA
Georgia Championship Wrestling – WTCG Chan 11 – Atlanta
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Stan Rhodes

Stan Rhodes – This is going to be a great show. Wecome to GCW. The sensational El Olympico is in action today facing the tough and big Blackjack Slade. Bob Roop will have his hands full with Maniac Mike Conrad. Conrad must have been drinking some mean juice lately which Earned him the Maniac name. The Hollywood Blonds with Oliver Humperdink will face The Grahams. This is Main Event action anywhere. Jimmy Snuka the mean youngster from Fuji will face everyone’s favorite Hurricane Frank Hester. Mean Hans Schmidt is an action against Cowboy Bob Ellis and in a non-title match Paul Jones will square off against Chris Markoff. Grybaby George Cannon will be with Markoff who would like to prove something today. Let’s get to the action……………….

1. El Olympico; Flying Body press pin over Blackjack Slade.
2. Bob Roop won by DQ over Maniac Mike Conrad after Conrad refused to break an illegal hold and he slugged referee Andy DePaul.
3. Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown/Buddy Roberts) beat The Grahams (Eddie and Mike). Jerry Brown pinned Eddie after an Oliver Humperdink Cane Shot during a melee.
4. Jimmy Snuka pinned Hurricane Frank Hester by using an illegal choke hold and then the ropes for leverage.
5. Hans Schmidt; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Cowboy Bob Ellis.
6. In a Non-Title NWA match; Paul Jones won by DQ over Chris Markoff after Crybaby Cannon entered the ring and jumped on Jones while Markoff used an Eye Cleaver illegal hold. Referee Andy DePaul called for the bell and the EMTs. Jones, blinded, carried off on a stretcher.

Stan Rhodes post card comments – Chris Markoff and Crybaby Cannon are a disgrace. It is one thing to want to earn a title shot but to try and blind someone with an eye cleaver move is a call for suspension. We can only hope that Paul Jones is OK. (His next title shot will cost him the 100 points usually added for the champion). Hans Schmidt showed his stuff here with some distraction help from J.C. Dykes. Cowboy Bob Ellis will be looking for some revenge. Jimmy Snuka gets better every week. He is sneaky though and has stopped the roll of Hurricane Frank Hester. The Hollywood Blonds seem to have a 3rd partner in the ring with Oliver Humperdink around. Maniac Mike Conrad has really lost it. He is the most unpredictable wrestler I have ever seen. El Olympico continues on a roll.
FrankC - Aug 24, 2010 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: WCW 8-24
WCW – Tulsa Convention Center – Tulsa, OK Att: 8,856
Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Larry Zbyszko

1. Hotstuff Eddie Gilbert; Flapjack Pin over Dust Wolfe.
2. Colonel DeBeers; Double Underhook Facebuster Pin over Pistol Pez Whatley.
3. Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray/Booker T)* won by Count-Out over PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D). OOR – J.C. Ice was crashed through the press table and unable to make the count.
4. Roadblock pinned Dirty Danny Collins after George Gillette swung his cane hitting Danny by mistake.
5. Terry Taylor; Sharpshooter Submission over Rip Morgan. Sinister Minister missed with sand to Terry’s eyes and got Rip instead.
6. Giant Haystacks; Elbow Drop Pin over Barry Windham. OOR – Barry pushed Terry Taylor so Terry performed a DDT on the concrete then threw Barry in the ring for the pin..
7. Gorgeous Gary Young pinned Dustin Rhodes. While referee Jack Doan was KO’s, Playboy Gary hart ran in the ring and performed a Chairshot to KO Dustin. Gorgeous Gary Young wins the United States Title.

In WCW Bookie T went by the name Kole and Stevie Ray went by the name Kane. I keep them at their original names when they were the Ebony Experience out of Global.

I have fairly extensive Federations for my wrestling. I alternate each day with a card run in the 1973 Federation and then one run from the combination of (WCCW-ECW-WCW-WWF). This allows me the joy of having a wide variety of wrestlers compete and it prevents boredom of just one small Federation. I am retired so I have time to run a card each day and then share the results on this forum. I have expanded my game with extra charts and I use charts from other board game players. Those who have allowed me the privilege of their expanded charts will notice them through the endings of many matches. If anyone is new to the forum and is interested in this game I would recommend purchasing the game from Jeff. The 1973 is a very unique experience and will take you back to the more innocent years, at least innocent from the fans viewpoint. Then as a contrast, the Hardcore will let you recreate matches that will have your inhibitions go wild. WCCW is a trip through the early 80's and the highly popular Texas Federation with the Von Erichs and the Freebirds. The 1991 is the last of the WWF's Hulk Hogan years and the WCW just before the changeover.
MKABear - Aug 24, 2010 - 05:51 PM
Post subject:
I have been away for a few days, and haven't been able to gripe about the announcing.

Kevin Sullivan (who I just met in person!) has bit off more than he can chew with Handsome Jimmy. He better keep his army close, but if he is ever alone it will be time for taps.

Poor Barry Windham! A DDT on the concrete would do in anyone, but to then top it off with an elbow drop from Haystacks. You talk about flat as a pancake! We may not see Barry for a show or two!

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Thanks Frank for the good work!
FrankC - Aug 25, 2010 - 08:47 AM
Post subject: 1973 CWF 8-25
CWF - Championship Wrestling from Florida WXLT-TV Chan 40 Sarasota
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Jay Goodley

Jay Goodley – We have a great show today. Every match could be a headliner. Things are heating up for the big arena shows and some of those bad feelings have spilled over to our studio this morning. You will see a strange newcomer named Exotic Adrian Street. He will face the always tough Cowboy Parker. Adrian wastes a lot of time prancing around blowing kisses to the fans and he has a valet named Miss Linda who can’t be trusted. Buddy Colt is in action and he carries a huge attitude. The Bass Brothers are here to face The Chain Gang. This should be good. King Louie Tillet is here although I am sure that he would rather be facing Mike McCord for the Southern Title, everything in good time. Bobby Shane will try to handle Big Bad John. This is main event caliber. The feature match has Dory Funk Jr facing Lonnie Moondog Mayne. Gordie Solie is ready with King Louie Tillet for an interview……………………..

INTERVIEW – During the Gordie Solie interview with King Louie Tillet, Buddy Colt came on the scene screaming that Solie was favoring wimps like King Louie and Paul Jones. As Colt raved on he picked up a chair and slightly lunged toward Gordie. King Louie stepped in his way. Colt put the chair down and stared to walk away. He then turned and said to King Louie. “Watch your back because I’m not done with you and McCord isn’t done either. You have bit off more than you can chew.” (King Louie is awarded +300 points for today’s match and vaults to the #1 face).

1. Exotic Adrian Street and Cowboy Parker; Time Limit Draw.
2. Buddy Colt; Piledriver pin over Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko.
3. Bass Brothers (Ron/Don) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Ken Dillinger was too bloody to continue so referee Jack Mason called for the bell. Big X on the TV!!
4. Pancho Valez pinned King Louie Tillet. Pancho used an Illegal Crothch Claw while Buddy Colt came to ringside and held the ropes for leverage. Colt said to Tillet afterward. “That’s a message from Mike McCord.”
5. Big Bad John pinned Bobby Shane by using an Illegal Choke Hold and then hitting Shane with a Foreign Object while Pancho Valez was distracting referee Jack Mason.
6. Dory Funk Jr won by DQ over Lonnie Moondog Mayne. Mayne kept hitting Dory with a Cow Bell while Dory was tied in the ropes. Referee Jack Mason called for the bell.

Jay Goodley – I can’t believe what is happening. Buddy Colt who is in cahoots with Mike McCord has reeked havoc on the show this morning. He made sure that King Louie Tillet lost his match with Pancho Valez . Then Pancho helps Big Bad John cheat his way to victory over Bobby Shane. Colt, Valez and John were all seen together celebrating this disgrace. To top it off Buddy Colt is carrying messages for Mike McCord. This is a keg of dynamite that is ready to blow but the direction is in question. Right now the McCord/Colt team is in charge.
MKABear - Aug 25, 2010 - 08:59 PM
Post subject: Re: 1973 CWF 8-25
FrankC wrote:
CWF - Championship Wrestling from Florida WXLT-TV Chan 40 Sarasota
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Jay Goodley


Jay Goodley ... Right now the McCord/Colt team is in charge.


And that is exactly where they will stay.

"It doesn't matter who wins or loses these TV program matches, they don't even pay enough to cover travel. All that matters is how much pain you can deliver!" - Buddy Colt
FrankC - Aug 26, 2010 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: 1991 WCW 8-26
Here was an interesting show that altered my plans. I was about to move The Road Warriors to the WWF as the Legion of Doom after they lost to the Steiners. Several pre-match incidents gave the Warriors the advantage in today's match and they ended up winning the title. I was carefully promoting The Hangmen to a high position in the rankings and they got upset by the Top Guns. The Hangmen are fairly new so the promotion needs to start over so a new manager is in order.

WCW – Silver Spurs Arena – Kissimmee, FL Att: 7,844
Announcers; Lee Marshall & Eric Bishoff with Big Van Vader

1. Hustler Rip Rogers pinned Van Hammer.

2. Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul) beat The Hangmen (Tex Slazenger/Shanghai Pierce). John Paul pinned Shanghai Pierce after Gary Hart tried to use his Loaded Boot on John Paul and kicked Shanghai by mistake. (After the match The Hangmen fired Gary Hart).

3. Brad Armstrong won by DQ over Primetime Brian Lee after Tammy Sytch threw powder meant for Armstrong and it hit referee Charles Robinson. Robinson called for the bell.

4. Tommy Rich pinned Highlander Drew McDonald. OOR – George Gillette tried to Chairshot Tommy but Rich reversed to move on McDonald and threw him back into the ring.

5. Arn Anderson; Gordbuster Pin over Lex Luger. OOR – Vader got into an argument with Lex and when Luger turned he got blindsided with a Vader roundhouse. Vader threw him into the ring. Anderson got the pin but then started arguing with Vader telling him to come into the ring and prove himself. Jim Cornette came to ringside and instructed Vader to leave well enough alone. Anderson told Cornette that is wasn’t over.

6. WCW TAG TITLE – The Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) Challengers – beat The Steiners (Rick/Scott) – Champions. Hawk; Doomsday Device pin over Rick. The Road Warriors win the WCW Tag Title.
FrankC - Aug 27, 2010 - 08:45 AM
Post subject: 1973 CWF 8-27
CWF – Championship Wrestling from Florida – WCIX Chan 6 Miami
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary

Gordie Solie - Welcome to the show of Championship Wrestling. You will see some tough competitors this morning. Oliver Humperdink will introduce his newest addition in the person of Ox Baker. He is a tough customer. Great Mephisto is here with his irritating valet Shelina. She is a pretty package of pure evil. A new tag team called the Royal Kangaroos is on board and they will resort to any measure for a win. Ripper Collins and Bob Orton Jr will face off. The veteran Collins is looking to teach the young Orton a lesson. Wait til you see Colonel Homer O'Dell's addition. It is non other than Crazy Luke Graham. Talk about antics this guy is a bundle of tricks. Our feature this morning will see The Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller face off against Easy Ed Francis. The Stud wants a match against his former partner and now Champion Paul Jones but Easy Ed certainly has other plans. This should be good.

1. Ox Baker pinned Chuck O’Connor using an Illegal Choke Hold and Sir Olliver Humperdink holding the ropes for leverage.

2. Great Mephisto pinned Bull Pometti using a roll of coins from Shelina for a KO.

3. Royal Kangaroos (Lord Jonathan Boyd/Norman Frederick Charles III) beat Ben Ortiz/John Furr. Lord Jonathan Boyd cut John Furr with a Sharp Foreign Object. Furr was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV.

4. Ripper Collins and Bob Orton Jr; Time Limit Draw.

5. Crazy Luke Graham pinned Gordon Nelson. Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Nelson in the head with a cane while referee Larry Lisowski was being distracted.

6. Ron Fuller and Easy Ed Francis; Double Count-Out while OOR Brawling.


Gordie Solie post match comments - Ron Fuller has his hands full with easy Ed and this is only the beginning. Crazy Luke is going to hurt a lot of wrestlers with his antics and Ripper had his hands full with Bob Orton Jr. The Royal Kangaroos are disgraceful. Lord Jonathan Boyd was pleased with the gash on John Furr's forehead. It was like he left a calling card. Shelina was at it again helping Great Mephisto to another victory and Ox Baker is a force against any wrestler. The arena shows should be interesting and exciting.
FrankC - Aug 28, 2010 - 09:38 AM
Post subject: 1991 WCW 8-28
WCW – Norfolk Scope – Norfolk, VA Att: 13,718
Announcers; Mean Gene Okerkund and Tony Schiavone

1. Buddy Landell won by Count-Out over Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster. Lancaster was thrown into the TV Crew and couldn’t recover.
2. Tom Hoerner pinned Salvatore Sincere after Sincere leaped fron the top rope and no one was waiting at the canvas. Crash!!
3. The Nightmare (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) won by DQ over Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato). Wayne was about to pin Tanaka so Mr Fuji threw salt into referee Rudy Charles’ eyes.
4. Dr. Tom Pritchard pinned Riki Chosyu after Brother Love hit Chosyu with the loaded “Book of Love”.
5. The Great Muta won by Count-Out over Lord Steven Regal. Regal and his manager George Gillette got into a confrontation with Davey Boy Smith who was at the announcer’s table and Regal missed the count.
6. Bruise Brother (Ran/Don Harris) beat Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Don Harris; H-Bomb pin over Jerry after Downtown Bruno hit Jerry in the head by mistake with a microphone.
7. Ric Flair pinned Big Van Vader after Arn Anderson came to ringside and clocked Vader with a bottle of wine.
8. WCW TITLE MATCH – Sting (Challenger) pinned Kendo Nagasaki (Champion) after Sinis ter Minister swung the Gong-Bell and hit Kendo by mistake. Sting wins the WCW Heavyweight Title.

Sometimes the manager's can be of no help to the needy wrestler. In fact managers can, at times, alter the match in a negative way. I love using the managers and will always use them. I am willing to chance it because chance is fun. On a Normal roll of 9 the manager interfers even if the wrestler doesn't want him. On a Normal roll of 3 or 6 the wrestler has the choice if he wants help. I will only turn down the manager's help if the opponent is a midcard style wrestler; opening match or 1000 or less points. Otherwise I allow the manager to get involved.

I the matches at the Norfolk Scope managers had a rough night. Sting took the title when Sinister Minister (Father Mitchell) tried to end the match quickly and it backfired. Downtown Bruno (Harvey Whippleman) did a similiar as Sin-Min but with a microphone. George Gillette helped Steven Regal get counted out and Mr' Fuji used his famous Salt to the Eyes but on a referee. The only manager who got a positive result was Brother Love with his loaded book to help his real life brother Tom Pritchard.
lauraj400 - Aug 28, 2010 - 06:45 PM
Post subject: Can this game
be played solo?
FrankC - Aug 28, 2010 - 09:20 PM
Post subject: solo
lauraj400, Yes I play solo but I have used several ideas and charts of MKABear and Indianaice to really add to the reality of the particular era.
MKABear - Aug 29, 2010 - 06:58 AM
Post subject: Re: 1991 WCW 8-28
FrankC wrote:
WCW – Norfolk Scope – Norfolk, VA Att: 13,718
Announcers; Mean Gene Okerkund and Tony Schiavone


7. Ric Flair pinned Big Van Vader after Arn Anderson came to ringside and clocked Vader with a bottle of wine.
8. WCW TITLE MATCH – Sting (Challenger) pinned Kendo Nagasaki (Champion) after Sinis ter Minister swung the Gong-Bell and hit Kendo by mistake. Sting wins the WCW Heavyweight Title.


This is an outrage. Ric Flair wrestles and he is NOT the main event? Who is the promoter here? Come on. Well I think with his clear cut victory over Big Van Vader, I think Flair should be the #1 contender to make Sting's title reign a very short one!

*************

I know he has had a few minor heel turns, and may be going through one now, but Sting is actually one of the historically face wrestlers I have always rooted for. And oddly enough, I was never much of a Ric Flair fan. Usually the heel gets my support, but not with these two.

I went to the Chicago Comic Con last week and got to meet some of the wrestlers. The first day, it was all about making money and the security would kindly move you along if you weren't willing to spend money. By Saturday and Sunday, the wrestlers were visiting with the fans. I had some real nice talks with Kevin Sullivan, Cactus Jack (big fan of his), Shane Douglass, and Virgil. The Iron Sheik was there, but he stayed in Kayfabe the whole weekend and didn't talk to fans. His Handler did all the speaking.
FrankC - Aug 29, 2010 - 08:55 AM
Post subject: Northeast 1973
Northern – Mellon Arena – Pittsburgh, PA Att; 18,150
Announcers; Bill Cardille and Slick Mick Kartch

1. Horrible Hartford Love pinned Sgt Frank Holz after The Grand Wizard threw sand into Holz’s eyes while referee Frank Terry was accidentally KO’d.
2. Roberto Soto won by DQ over Tony Angelo. Angelo whacked Soto with a Foreign Object given to him by Ivan Koloff. Referee Fred Atkins called for the bell.
3. Killer Karl Kox; Chesapeake Crab submission over Frank “Slip Mahoney” Durso.
4. The Sheik; Camel Clutch submission over Ron Ritchie.
5. Rising Suns (Toru Tanaka/Mr. Fuji) beat Crusher and Bruiser. Tanaka pinned Crusher after Eddie Creatchman hit Crusher in the temple with a bottle.
6. Stan Stasiak and Wado Von Erich; Time Limit Draw. Stan chased Lord Alfred hays from Ringside giving Waldo enough time to recover and not get pinned.
7. INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH (VACANT) – Larry Zbyszko professed his love for his home town and it resulted in +100 points awarded for this match.
Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Larry Zbyszko after the Grand Wizard gave Jimmy a belt to use for an Illegal Choke during a distraction of the referee Frank Terry. Handsome Jimmy Valiant wins the Intercontinental Title.

Bill Cardille Post Match comments – The evening didn’t end on a happy note for the Pittsburgh fans. Their favorite son was cheated out of a title by the ruthless Jimmy Valiant and his snake of a manager the Grand Wizard. Waldo Von Erich avoided a loss because of his manager Lord Alfred Hays. Hays gave Waldo enough time to recover while Stan Stasiak was out of the ring. Eddie Creachman KO’d Crusher in a painful to watch smash to the temple area. The Sheik is down and out mean but talented in that respect. Killer Karl Kox used his “Lars Anderson Money Bag” smash a few times before locking in the “Chesapeake Crab.” Horrible Hartford Love wrestling as a single had The Grand Wizard at ringside and he used some sand to the eyes of Frank Holz to help get the win. Holz is the popular State Policeman who wrestles with Greg Gagne on Air Attack. This was a night for the managers to help their evil wrestlers and things went according to their plan. All we have to say that tomorrow is another day.
MKABear - Aug 29, 2010 - 05:43 PM
Post subject: Re: Northeast 1973
FrankC wrote:
Northern – Mellon Arena – Pittsburgh, PA Att; 18,150
Announcers; Bill Cardille and Slick Mick Kartch


7. INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH (VACANT) – Larry Zbyszko professed his love for his home town and it resulted in +100 points awarded for this match.
Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Larry Zbyszko after the Grand Wizard gave Jimmy a belt to use for an Illegal Choke during a distraction of the referee Frank Terry. Handsome Jimmy Valiant wins the Intercontinental Title.

Bill Cardille Post Match comments – The evening didn’t end on a happy note for the Pittsburgh fans. Their favorite son was cheated out of a title by the ruthless Jimmy Valiant and his snake of a manager the Grand Wizard. .... All we have to say that tomorrow is another day.



Cardille, you are so one sided in your announcing it is sickening. You didn't even mention that Zbyszko pulled hair to get a headlock in the third minute of the match. All you can talk about is an alleged belt and choke.

Well quit your boo-hooing and show some respect to the The NEW INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION - Handsome Jimmy Valiant!!!
Tell us about the boy from New York City!!!

Yes, tomorrow is another day, and do you know who will have the belt tomorrow?

And why do you even bring up that his girlfriend Ruth broke up with Jimmy. Just because he is Ruthless now, it doesn't mean he won't find another woman or three!
FrankC - Aug 30, 2010 - 08:12 AM
Post subject: WWF 8-30
WWF – Manchester Arena (M.E.N.) – Manchester, U.K Att: 16,682
Announcers; Lord Alfred Hayes and Michael Cole

1. Brooklyn Brawler won by Count-Out over Haku. Mr. Fuji instructed Haku to leave the ring because referee Earl Hebner ordered Fuji back to the locker rooms because of his cheating.

2. Bob Holly won by DQ over Barry Horowitz. Horowitz pushed referee Jack Doan.

3. Skinner pinned T.L. Hopper after smashing him to the skull during OOR action.

4. KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush) beat Iron Nailz (Iron Mike Sharp/Nailz). Crush; Kona Clutch submission over Iron Mike. The team of Iron Nailz complained vehemently to referee Earl Hebner that Mike never submitted. Mike told Earl that he was anti Canada and Nailz said that Earl was against guys who had been in Stir. They both tried to get the crowd into the act by clapping and yelling “Rematch-Rematch.” Several of the more grubby fans responded positively and started clapping and chanting.

5. Brutus Beefcake pinned Bam Bam Bigelow. Brutus took a tire iron from Jimmy Hart as hart was trying to sneak it to Bam Bam. Beefcake used it for a KO during a distraction.

6. Billy Jack Haynes won by DQ over Million Dollar Man after Sensational Sherri was caught trying to hand M$M Brass Nucks.

7. The Undertaker; ChokeSlam pin over Randy “Macho Man” Savage. Paul Bearer started stalking Miss Elizabeth and Randy got distracted and became a victim.
MKABear - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:43 PM
Post subject: Re: WWF 8-30
FrankC wrote:
WWF – Manchester Arena (M.E.N.) – Manchester, U.K

7. The Undertaker; ChokeSlam pin over Randy “Macho Man” Savage. Paul Bearer started stalking Miss Elizabeth and Randy got distracted and became a victim.


I could watch The Undertaker chokeslam Randy Savage all over the whole United Kingdom!

OH YEAH!
FrankC - Aug 31, 2010 - 08:37 AM
Post subject: 1973 Northern 8-31
Northern – Wisconsin Center Arena – Milwaukee Att: 12,200
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Roger Kent

1. Killer Karl Kox beat Joe Abby. Abby was too bloody to continue after Kox sliced him with a sharp object during a Dreaded Eye Claw.

2. The Love Brothers (Rotten Reginald/Horrible Hartford) beat Air Attack (Greg Gagne/Sgt Frank Holz). Rotten Reginald pinned Greg Gagne after Horrible Hartford threw sand into his eyes.

3. Tony DiPaulo beat Manuel Soto after using rope leverage for a pin. DiPaulo who had one of the longest losing streaks broken in wrestling history asked for a title shot.

4. Stan Vachon pinned Eric the Red using Hidden Brass Nucks in an unusual Heel vs Heel match. The Grand Wizard was seen conversing with Stan & Eric after the match and they seemed to be OK with each other. The Wizard is up to something.

5. Texas Outlaws (Dick Murdock/Dusty Rhodes) beat The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan). During an OOR Brawl Captain Lou Albano hit B.J. Mulligan over the head with a chair by mistake as he was aiming for Dusty Rhodes. Mulligan’s head got split open. Referee Fred Atkins called the match and awarded it to the Outlaws because of the blood flow. While Albano protested, Mulligan applied the Claw to Atkins and it took several of security to pull him off. Atkins was transported to the hospital.

6. Gorilla Monsoon pinned Larry “Ax” Hennig. Referee Dick Woerhle was KO’d so Gorilla used the time to illegally choke Hennig with a wire. It cut off his air long enough for the pin after Woerhle woke up.

7. AWA TITLE MATCH - Pedro Morales (Challenger) pinned Baron Von Raschke (Champion). Morales took and used a roll of coins from Crybaby Cannon that he was try to slip to the Baron. Smash!! Pedro Morales win the AWA Heavyweight Title.

Roger Kent – This was some show tonight. We have a new AWA Champion but many, including the Baron and Gorilla Monsoon will be gunning for Pedro. He won’t rest easy. Speaking of Gorilla, is there anything he won’t do to win. The wire could have sliced into Larry the Ax’s throat. Isn’t it time for Commissioner Verne Gagne to step in and do his job. Speaking of a disgrace, how about The Texas Outlaws and the Blackjacks. This isn’t going to go away. It became one of the most violent matches I have ever witnessed. B.J. Mulligan is a walking keg a dynamite and B.J. Lanza is not much better. Their manager is a maniac and now we have to see a feud with Dick Murdock and Dusty Rhodes two rednecks who could care less about following rules. These matches are not going to be pretty unless someone puts controls them and already poor referee Fred Atkins has felt the Claw of Mulligan and is now in the ER with a bleeding head. Did everyone see Killer karl Kox slice Joe Abby with a sharp object. Then he applies an Eye Claw. Wow!!
FrankC - Sep 01, 2010 - 02:05 PM
Post subject: 1991 WWF 9-1
WWF – Memorial Arena – Spokane, WA Att; 12,144
Announcers; Ron Bartlett and Todd Pettingill

1. Gangrel won by Count-Out over Robbie Ellis. Robbie’s head was split open on the steel steps and he couldn’t make the count.

2. Jimmy Snuka won by DQ over Bastian Booger . Booger hit referee Jack Doan who called for the bell.

3. Papa Shango; VooDoo and pin over Jim Powers after a Sinister Minister loaded Good Book smash.

4. Johnny B. Badd won by DQ over Jeff Jarrett. Kimona Wannalaya was caught handing Jarrett brass nucks.

5. The Rockers (Sean Michaels /Marty Janetty) beat Demolition (Ax/Smash). Janetty; Wristlock Bulldog pin over Ax after Bobby Heenan trying to interfere hit Ax by mistake to the skull with a chair.

6. Ravishing Rick Rude; Rude Awakening pin over Sgt Slaughter after Sensational Sherri sprayed perfume to Slaughter’s eyes.

7. INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE MATCH – Tatanka (Champion) pinned Stunning Steve Austin (Challenger) after reversing a Foreign Object smash.

Todd Pettingill - Lucky for Tatanka that he was able to get the Foreign Object or Brass Nucks from Stunning Steve. Steve is determined to get the belt through any means. Sensation Sherri is always using that perfume spay to the eyes. It is about time that the referees shake her down before the matches. The Rockers continue to impress and should be in line for another title shot. Jeff Jarrett too a loss because he got caught trying to retrieve Brass Nucks. It's about time. His valet Kimona Wannalaya is is an irritating itch. Sinister Minister KO'd Jim Powers with the Loaded Good Book. Wasn't that enough? Then he instructs Papa Shango to pour that disgusting syrup on Jim, in a VooDoo ritual, before the pin. Referee Dangerous Danny Davis just watched as this happened. Why didn't he stop it. The folks here in Spokane are still in shock over this display.
FrankC - Sep 02, 2010 - 08:32 AM
Post subject: 1973 Northern 9-2
Northern – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO Att: 9,300
Announcers; Bill Kersten and Kevin Wall

1. Tony “Battman” Marino won by DQ over Frank “Spaceman” Hickey. Hickey was using his cape to choke and refused to let up. Referee John Benello called for the bell. After the match Hickey got “Battman’s” cape and cut it up with a pair of shears as the crowd booed.

2. The Bowery Boys (Joe Abby/Frank “Slip Mahoney” Durso) beat The Killers (Karl Kox/Karl Krupp). Joe Abby pinned Karl Kox after Freddie Blassie swung his cane and hit Kox by mistake. Abby and Durso were in shock realizing that they had ended one of the longest losing streaks for tag teams in wrestling history.

3. Johnny Valiant; Sleeper submission over Chuck “Popeye” Richards.

4. Kevin Sullivan won by DQ over Wolfman Farkus. Referee John Benello ordered Wolfman to let go of an illegal choke hold. Wolfman turned and slugged Benello who called for the bell.

5. NEBRASKA BULL WHIP MATCH – Ricky “Crusher” Cortez beat Superstar Billy Graham. Cortez pummeled Graham into the ringside crows. Referee Benello got accidentally KO’d. Ivan Koloff came on the scene and KO’d Graham with his chains. Cortez then dragged Graham back to the ring with a rope and pushed him into the ring as Benello woke to count to three.

6. Ray “Crippler” Stevens won by DQ over Ivan Koloff. Manager Tony Angelo handed Ivan his chain and referee Mario Savoldi seeing it had enough. He called for the bell.

7. NORTHERN TAG TITLE – Pacific Wave (Dean Ho/Tony Garea)(Champions) beat The Sicilians (Lou Albano/Tony Altimore)(Challengers). During OOR Big Brawl – Lou Albano’s head was crashed through the press table and he failed to make the count. Pacific Wave retain the Tag Team Title.


I really enjoy it when i book a card that outwardly looks very marginal yet is necessary for my federation and then the matches turn into a promoters delight because of the natural flow of the game in taking me to future feuds. This was one of those cards. I like the feud with Cortez and Graham who are both braggarts thinking they are the strongest of the lot. To have Ivan Koloff enter the picture adds more joy to this. The Bowery Boys a mid-card tag team winning for the 1st time gives a new meaning to never give up. They will try and play it up and milk it for all it's worth and at the expense of The Killers. Frank "Spaceman" Hickey, one of the most colorful characters in wrestling years ago has his feud continue with the "Battman." They already had a vicious Ladder Match that sidelined Marino for several cards and now Hickey is sucking Tony in again. This is a great mid-carder feud that I really look forward.
FrankC - Sep 03, 2010 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: 1991 WWF 9-3
WWF – Brit Brown Arena – Valley Center, KS Att: 11,478

Announcers; Dok Henricks and Jim Ross


1. The Bezerker pinned Playboy Buddy Rose after Sheik Adnan threw a Fireball.

2. Junkyard Dog; Thump (Running Power Slam) pin over Big Bully Busick.

3. The Bushwhackers (Butch/Luke) won by DQ over the Samoan Swat Team (Samu/Fatu) after Mr. Fuji threw salt into referee Dave Hebner’s eyes.

4. Mr. Perfect pinned Tugboat by smashing him to the chops with a Hidden Foreign Object.

5. Big Boss Man pinned Ultimate Warrior. Referee Danny Davis was KO’d so BBM and his manager Slick took advantage with Brutal Chairshots to UW’s skull. Bossman then performed a Hardtime Slam as Davis woke for the pin count. Post Match – Ultimate was handcuffed to the corner post and then slapped and ridiculed by Slick and Bossman before the angry fans.

6. Jake ‘Snake’ Roberts won by DQ over Razor Ramon after Ramon hit Jake with the Gong-Bell. Dave Hebner called the match in Jake’s favor.

7. WWF TAG TITLE – The APA – Acolytes Protection Agency (Bradshaw/Farooq)(Champions) won by Count-Out over The Headbangers (Mosh/Thrasher)(Challengers). During OOR Brawl Thrashers failed to make the count. The APA retains the WWF Tag Title.
FrankC - Sep 04, 2010 - 08:33 AM
Post subject: 1973 North 9-4
North – Madison Square Garden – NYC Att: 21,428

Announcers; Pat Patterson and Jimmy Lennon


1. Tony Rocco; Full Neson submission over Pete Doherty.

2. Gino Brito won by DQ over Mongolian Stomper. Stomper was using his robe cord to choke Brito and referee Eddie Gersh called for the bell.

3. Haystacks Calhoon won bt DQ over Ken Patura after Crybaby Cannon was caught handing Patura Brass Nucks. Referee John Benello called for the bell.

4. The Vachons (Mad Dog/Butcher) won by Count-Out over Ring Busters (Tony Parisi/Dominic DeNucci). During OOR Brawl DeNucci was slammed through the announcer’s table and failed to make the count.

5. Johnny Powers won by Count-Out over Arnold Skaaland. During OOR action Skaaland’s head was rammed into the ring post and he failed to make the count.

6. STEEL CAGE – Baron Mikel Scicluna beat Chief Jay Strongbow. During the match Bobby Heenan was able to hand Scicluna a Foreign Object through the cage wall while Eddie Gersh was KO’d. Later Scicluna punched Strongbow from the top of the cage. The Baron then performed a Falling Elbow on the helpless Chief before climbing out. Heenan claiming a clear cut victory wants a title match for the Baron regardless of who has the belt.

7. WWWF Heavyweight Title Match - Bruno Sammartino (Champion) pinned George “Animal” Steele (Challenger). Lou Albano handed Animal a roll of coins and Bruno got the roll and used it to KO Steel. Bruno Sammartino retains the WWWF Heavyweight Title.


Jimmy Lennon Post match comments – Bruno had his hands full with George “Animal” Steele. Bruno was able to prevent Animal from using a roll of coins for a KO but not before Lou Albano got some whacks in himself (Bruno lost 200 points in the pre-match action). Bobby Heenan wants a title match and he will probably get it. The Evil Baron Scicluna has cheated his way to this point but cheating is what he does best. My partner Pat Patterson, who knows how to cheat in the ring, said it best; “When it comes to Scicluna, there is never a Foreign Object far from reach.” He also added “You do what you can to win.” I don’t necessarily agree. Johnny Powers showed a bit of a rougher side in dealing with Arnold Skaaland. There is no love lost between these two. The Vachons may have put Dominic DiNucci put of commission for a while. He took a bad slam through a table. Ken Patura has become an itch to Haystacks Calhoon. Haystacks won by the DQ was certainly not what he wanted. Patura and Crybaby Cannon are a shifty twosome. The Mongolian Stomper is quickly out of control. Somebody needs to hold him back because he knows no rules. Tony Rocco, the fan favorite from Abruzzi, Italy, is making a name for himself.

(note - I don't like it when what happens in a card of 7 matches, 4 end by way of DQ or count-out. It is not that this wasn't a good card but if I had been in MSG for these matches I would be expecting pins. It didn't happen that way and I won't change the endings because just like you my attitude is that there is something sacred about the dice so any alteration would be board game sin. It has been that way for me all of my board game playing life that started with APBA in 1953. I will have to expand on these DQ's and Count-Outs and continue the feuds. It is the unexpected.)
dglass1 - Sep 04, 2010 - 08:57 AM
Post subject:
Frank -- Did you change the DQ frequency on the basic result charts? I felt that the DQs for TV type matches were too frequent, so I dropped them down a bit. I know you re-worked the results charts, but don't remember seeing you had altered the DQ frequency. Dan
FrankC - Sep 04, 2010 - 10:17 AM
Post subject: charts
I use my own chart for the 1991 and WCCW. It allows for a for more DQ's if the face wins the match because the heel cheated and got caught. If the heel wins then it allows him to cheat for the victory. Normally the balance for DQ's and count outs is fine.

For the 1973 I use charts supplied by Indianaice. His match endings are very true to the 1970's era and have a good balance yet lean towrd less tolerance as they should. I also use his pre-match chart because I feel it fits nicer to the 1973 game.
FrankC - Sep 05, 2010 - 08:41 AM
Post subject: 1991 WWF 9-5
WWF – The Garden – Boston, MA Att: 19,158
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Jerry “The King” Lawler

Pre-Show Match – Ludvig Borgia pinned Duke of Dorchester.

1. The Mountie won by Count-Out over Jimmy Jack Funk after Funk was DDT’d on the concrete floor during OOR action. He couldn’t make the count.

2. Hercules Hernandez pinned Duke “Dumpster” Droese after Brother Love hit Duke with a Loaded Book of Love.

3. Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian) beat the Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Warlord pinned Beau. During an OOR Brawl, manager Slick crowned Beau with the Gong-Bell. The Barbarian threw him into the ring .

4. Rick “The Model” Martel pinned Sam Houston after Martel’s valet Tina Moretti (Ivory) hit Sam with a Foreign Object.

5. Hacksaw Jim Duggan pinned King Kong Bundy. Bobby Heenan hit Bundy in the skull, by mistake, with a Bottle of Jack Daniels.

6. Hart Foundation beat Smoking Gunns (Bart/Billy). Jim Neidhart pinned Bart after Billy and the Gunns’ manager Sunny hit Bart with a misaimed Chairshot by mistake.

7. WWF HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – Earthquake (Challenger) pinned Hulk Hogan (Champion). Sheik Adnan threw Earthquake a Tire Iron to use for the KO. Earthquake wins the WWF Heavyweight Title.


Mean Gene Post-Match comments - Big Shocker!! Wrestling (because of dice rolls) has some odd outcomes and this one of the biggest upsets ever. Of course it took a crooked manager to help pull it off but Earthquake is the new WWF Champion. It not only has to be Earthquake's greatest moment but also for Sheik Adnan El Kassie. The Hart Foundation and the Smoking Gunns are both rough teams and the fans are not sure who are good and who are heels. Right now they both seem to walk the line. Bobby Heenan must have felt that he was on the mark with a vicious swing of a full bottle of whiskey. He split open Bundy's head. Tina Moretti, Martel's valet, has some good muscles. She KO'd Sam Houstion with her punch. It was a loaded fist but some big smash. Slick is a like a rat. He manages The Powers of Pain and Big Bossman and hides behind them as he irritates to no end. He guys are winning and that is the name of the game.
MKABear - Sep 05, 2010 - 10:04 AM
Post subject: Re: 1991 WWF 9-5
FrankC wrote:
WWF – The Garden – Boston, MA Att: 19,158
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Jerry “The King” Lawler
ing Gunns (Bart/Billy).

7. WWF HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – Earthquake (Challenger) pinned Hulk Hogan (Champion). Sheik Adnan threw Earthquake a Tire Iron to use for the KO. Earthquake wins the WWF Heavyweight Title.


Mean Gene Post-Match comments - Big Shocker!! Wrestling (because of dice rolls) has some odd outcomes and this one of the biggest upsets ever. Of course it took a crooked manager to help pull it off but Earthquake is the new WWF Champion. It not only has to be Earthquake's greatest moment but also for Sheik Adnan El Kassie.


Jerry Lawler gets post-match comments from Hulk Hogan. (Can't call it an interview, because Lawler never got to speak!)

Hogan: I'll tell you what, King. You know what? I'm not even worried about the championship right now. That will take care of itself. The cream rises, Brother! And you can make bank, that belt will be back where it belongs soon enough. Make bank baby!

You know what I am concerned about now? The little Hulkamaniacs who saw that crap out there tonight, and may think you can cheat your way to the top. Well maybe you can, but, Brother, you won't stay there long. I am looking for Adnan El Kassie. That is my focus now. Earthquake didn't beat the Hulkster, Kassie and his tire iron did. Maybe Earthquake can or maybe he can't beat the Hulkster with the Gold on the line, but the fans don't know right now do they. Well I am going to catch Kassie, and Brother, when I do, well, it won't be pretty. Then I'll get my rematch with the Quake, because, Kassie won't be able to interfere from the ICU ward of the hospital!
FrankC - Sep 06, 2010 - 10:22 AM
Post subject: 1973 South 9-6
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn


1. Blackjack Slade pinned Bull Pometti by using the ropes for leverage.

2. Jose Gonzales won by DQ over Roger Kirby when Kirby refused to break an illegal choke hold.

3. Crazy Luke Graham; Golden Spike (taped thumb) pin over Sonny King.

4. Royal Kangaroos (Norman Frederick Charles III/Lord Jonathan Boyd) beat The Grahams (Mike/Eddie). N.F. Charles III pinned Eddie after slinging him head first onto the concrete. Then during OOR action he and Boyd did a vicious dirty doubleteam while Lord Alfred fought with Mike. Eddie was taken away on a stretcher.

5. Bulldog Brower; Double Leaping Forearm pin over Big Bill Dromo after a blatant chokehold cut off Dromo’s wind.

6. Don Muraco pinned Bobby Duncum. Colonel Homer O’Dell was constanly interfering then during OOR action Muraco caught Duncum and O’Dell with a vicious head smash to each other. Muraco then threw Duncum into the ring for the pin.

7. SOUTHERN TITLE (Vacant) – Mike McCord; Men’s Regret Kneedrop pin over King Louie Tillet after a smash to the chops with a Hidden Foreign Object. McCord disposed of the object to an ally. (In this case it was Lord Jonathan Boyd who was at ringside). Mike McCord wins the Southern Title.


Charlie Pratt - Mike McCord has captured the Southern Title but as usual his cheating efforts prevailed. He has become the most hated wrestler in the federation especially after what he did to announcer Big Bill Ward on TV. Everyone saw the Foreign Object tonight. And what is Lord Jonathan Boyd doing? The evil Kiwi Sheepherder is sticking his nose in too deep. The fans were disappointed that King Louie didn't take the title. While McCord is a bottom dweller, King Louie is number 1 in the fans eyes. Young Don Muraco gave Bobby Duncum and Colonel Homer O'Dell a good lesson. Bulldog Brower doesn't seem to have legitimate moves but he wins as he walks the edge. As for the Royal Kangaroos they are a total disgrace. They are just out to hurt other wrestlers. Their dirty double teaming consists of throwing opponents into every object and biting and illegal choking. let'd hope that Eddie Graham is OK. Lord Alfred Hayes needs to control his tage team. Instead he is as bad as them. Crazy Luke Graham certainly has earned his title. The taped thumb is very questionable. Roger Kirby likes the illegal choke holds but got caught this time by referee Mario Savoldi.
MKABear - Sep 06, 2010 - 09:50 PM
Post subject: Re: 1973 South 9-6
FrankC wrote:
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn


7. SOUTHERN TITLE (Vacant) – Mike McCord; Men’s Regret Kneedrop pin over King Louie Tillet after a smash to the chops with a Hidden Foreign Object. McCord disposed of the object to an ally. (In this case it was Lord Jonathan Boyd who was at ringside). Mike McCord wins the Southern Title.


Charlie Pratt - Mike McCord has captured the Southern Title but as usual his cheating efforts prevailed. He has become the most hated wrestler in the federation especially after what he did to announcer Big Bill Ward on TV. Everyone saw the Foreign Object tonight. And what is Lord Jonathan Boyd doing? The evil Kiwi Sheepherder is sticking his nose in too deep. The fans were disappointed that King Louie didn't take the title. While McCord is a bottom dweller, King Louie is number 1 in the fans eyes.


Mike McCord - You are very quick to say "Everyone saw the foreign object". That is not so, you are just planting that seed in the sheeple's minds because "King Louis is number 1 in the fans eyes." Well I remember when I was a kid, #1 and #2 wasn't something you wanted to be!!!

Champion is what I aspired to, and Champion is what I am! Now, I have a couple of ladies waiting for me in my limo. Bye, chumps!
FrankC - Sep 07, 2010 - 08:32 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-7
WCCW – Joplin Memorial Hall, Joplin, MO ATT: 3,278
Announcers; Gene Goodson and Steve Harms

1. The Patriot; Full Nelson Suplex pin over Terry Sims.
2. Angel of Death; Crucifix submission over Rock and Roll Buck Zumfoffe.
3. Rip “Crippler” Oliver; Taped Thumb to Throat pin over Kendall Windham after Missy Hyatt smashed Kendall with a loaded purse.
4. The Fantastics (Tommy Rogers/Bobby Fulton) beat the Pretty Young Things (Koko B. Ware/Norvell Austin). Tommy Rogers; Rocket Launcher pin over Norvell Austin.
5. CAGE MATCH – Super American Ninja beat Boris Zuchov. S.A. Ninja escaped after a Running Power Slam on Boris into the Cage wall and then a Belly to Belly Suplex.
6. David Von Erich pinned Jimmy Garvin. Precious gave Jimmy a roll of coins, David got the roll and used it for a KO. Smash!!
7. WCCW TV TITLE – Brian Adidas (Champion) won by DQ over Crusher Yukoff (Challenger) after Playboy Gary Hart hit referee Chad Patton. Brian Adidas retains the WCCW TV Title.
FrankC - Sep 08, 2010 - 08:41 AM
Post subject: 1973 South 9-8
South – Owensboro Sports Center – Owensboro, KY Att: 7,058
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Rich Landrum

1. Ben Ortiz and Chuck O’Connor; Time Limit Draw.

2. Bolo Mongol; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Hangman Jim Grabmire.

3. Bob Roop won by DQ over Chris Markoff. Markoff had his patented Thumb to Throat locked in while Roop was tied in the ropes and he refused to let go.

4. The Infernos beat The Jivetones (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr). Inferno #1 pinned Norvell Austin after an Illegal Choke Hold and Eye Gouge while J.C. Dykes distracted referee Jack Terry.

5. Dick Slater won by Count-Out over Moondog Lonnie Mayne. During an OOR Brawl Mayne couldn’t make the count.

6. Hans Schmidt; Piledriver pin over Dory Funk Jr. Referee Jack Terry was KO’d so J.C. Dykes ran into the ring and slugged Dory with a canteen to the skull.

7. LIBYAN DEATH MATCH – Sheik Adnan El Kassie pinned Billy Robinson in the ring after using a Roll of Coins for the KO then a Sidra Suplex and then the pin. Sheik Adnan jumping for joy is now demanding to have everyone refer to him as the uncrowned international champion. When Billy Robinson woke he started claiming foul because he is sure that The Sheik used a roll of coins. AS the camera scanned the ring Chris Markoff and Crybaby Cannon were sitting in the 2nd row and Cannon was paying the Hot Dog Vendor for a bunch of food. The Crybaby was counting quarters that had been in a roll. Then the Sheik joined them and they all munched on dogs.
MKABear - Sep 08, 2010 - 09:26 PM
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Great stuff Frank. I loved the Adnan Al Kassie report!
FrankC - Sep 09, 2010 - 07:29 AM
Post subject: Sheik Adnan Ek Kassie
I rolled a 5 at the conclusion of the match which dictates the roll of coins ending on the Libyan Death Match. When that happens in a specialty match for the heel, if the heel is without a manager, a manager looking to add to his stable who has been active on the card that day is the helping culprit. In this case it was perfect. George "Crybaby" Cannon was with Chris Markoff earlier. Markoff is OK in the ring but is really not Main Event material. Cannon needs to add another terrorist to his stable and El Kassie was perfect. It gives Cannon a wrestler coming off a huge win and for Sheik Adnan Cannon is the promoter who can get that Main Event title shot.

It is interesting that in the 1991 WWF Federation, the same Shiek Adnan El Kassie helped his wrestler, Earthquake, get the title from Hulk Hogan.
FrankC - Sep 09, 2010 - 08:23 AM
Post subject: NWF Rankings 9-9
NWF (Northern Wrestling Federation) Rankings 9-9-10

WWF Champion – Bruno Sammartino
1. Baron Mikel Scicluna
2. The Sheik
3. Haystacks Calhoon
4. Gorilla Monsoon
5. George “Animal” Steele

AWA Champion – Pedro Morales
1. Ricky “Crusher” Cortez
2. Ray “Crippler Stevens
3. Baron Von Rashke
4. Ken Patura
5. Johnny Valiant

Intercontinental Champion – Handsome Jimmy Valiant
1. Johnny Powers
2. Superstar Billy Graham
3. Larry Zbyszko
4. Gino Brito
5. Arnold Skaaland

Tag Team Champions – Pacific Wave (Tony Garea/Dean Ho)
1. Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald)
2. The Vachons (Butcher/Mad Dog)
3. Ring Busters (Tony Parisi/Dom DeNucci)
4. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan)
5. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka

Most Admired (Face Rankings)
1. Larry Zbyszko
2. Haystacks Calhoon
3. Pedro Morales
4. Ray “Crippler” Stevens
5. Chief Jay Strongbow
Most Admired Tag Team – Pacific Wave

Most Hated (Heel Rankings)
1. Handsome Jimmy Valiant
2. Baron Mikel Scicluna
3. Gorilla Monsoon
4. Waldo Von Erich
5. Ivan Koloff
Most hated tag Team – The Blackjacks

The SWF will be done at the conclusion of the Southen arena shows.
FrankC - Sep 09, 2010 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-9
WCCW – Frank Erwin Center – Austin, TX Att: 7, 768
Announcers; Frank Dusek and Dan Coates

1. Phil Hickerson won by Count-Out over Johnny Mantel. Hickerson crashed Johnny through the announcer’s table and Mantel failed to make the count.

2. Al Madril; Indian Death Lock submission over Skip Young.

3. The Simpsons (Shaun/Steve) beat Rock N’ Roll RPM’s (Tommy Lane/Mike Davis). Shaun pinned Tommy Lane.

4. Maniac Matt Borne pinned Eric Embry. One Man Gang was at ringside and got impatient so he clubbed Embry in the head with a chain then threw him into the ring.

5. Mark Youngblood pinned One Man Gang. Eric Embry used a baseball bat on Gang’s noggin during a distraction.

6. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – Chris Adams pinned Gino Hernandez using a Loaded Knuckle Dive to the Groin after Sunshine threw beer in Hernandez’s face.

7. WCCW TITLE MATCH – The Coast Connection (Jack Victory/Hollywood John Tatum)(Challengers) beat Midnight Expres (Bobby Eaton/Dennis Condrey). John Tatum pinned Bobby Eaton using a Superkick after a brutal Chairshot by Jack Victory while Missy Hyatt distracted referee Bronco Lubich. The Coast Connection wis the WCCW Tag Title.
indianaice - Sep 09, 2010 - 11:21 AM
Post subject: RE: WCCW 9-9
Ahhh, nothing like a heel vs. heel matchup. Wonder if Jim Cornette was at ringside with the Midnight Express. That would be a hoot, Cornette and Sunshine battling it outside the squared circle.
FrankC - Sep 09, 2010 - 01:21 PM
Post subject: Cornette
As a matter of fact Cornette was at ringside but was unable to reach the action in time. As usual his mouth was running a mile a minute and this time he was in a confrontation with Missy Hyatt and Bronco. This is a setback but Cornette won't let this hold him down for long.

The Coast Connection is a good team and teams will be hard pressed to take the title. Missy Hyatt protects them with her dirty tactics. She has an arsenal that consists of Mace, Pepper Spray, Black Flag and her best is a solid kick to the family jewels.
FrankC - Sep 09, 2010 - 05:55 PM
Post subject: additions and subtractions
There are wrestlers inclused with the 1973 set that I will use now and then but not as regulars even though they are top flight stars. Edouard Carpentier (1924), Verne Gagne (1926), Wilber Snyder (1929), Bobo Brazil (1924), Killer Kowalski (1926), Freddie Blassie (1918), Sir Alfred Hayes (1928), etc.

I used a cut off date of 1930 born. By the mid-70's these guys would be 45+ years old and though I know that some wrestlers go way beyond, I chose to use them in other jobs. Managers include Blassie and Hayes, Gagne is the commisssioner for the NWF and Wilber Snyder for the SWF. Bobo has been a special referee and bodyguard who watches managers who are forbidden ringside. Killer Kowalski has been under the mask as an Executioner in a tag team with limited action but more to test other teams rather than a serious run at a title.

As a result I have brought in some new wretlers who began their careers about this time. Some will take their lumps and a few will burst on the scene as legitimate stars.
lonbags - Sep 10, 2010 - 08:51 AM
Post subject:
RE:
===========================
Most Admired (Face Rankings)
1. Larry Zbyszko
2. Haystacks Calhoon
3. Pedro Morales
4. Ray “Crippler” Stevens
5. Chief Jay Strongbow
Most Admired Tag Team – Pacific Wave
===========================


Ray 'The Crippler' a most admired face? He must have had a personality trasplant! Smile

BTW, Greg Gagne tells a hilarious story about travelling with Stevens and a gag that Ray pulled on him in an interview that I listened to sometime ago.

It's available online at: http://www.inyourheadonline.com/viewnews.php?autoid=3150
FrankC - Sep 10, 2010 - 10:52 AM
Post subject: Ray Stevens
Ray's turn of heel to face was more in the eyes of the fans. Ray was matched against Baron Scicluna in what was suppose to be a heel talent vs heel talent match but Freddie Blassie tripped Ray allowing a pin by the Baron. The following arena show Ray was matched against Waldo Von Erich for the same type of heel vs heel talent match but Sir Alfred Hayes caved a trash can to Steven's skull. The fans were pulling for Ray from that point and at least for now he is admired. Ray hasn't been quite as active lately, at least not in the ring. He has been at the announcer's table on several occasions.
St. Orlando - Sep 10, 2010 - 12:14 PM
Post subject: I like "Heel vs. Heel" Matches.
Designating a "face" in such matchups is entertaining indeed. My "Hardcore" XWF poses such a dilemma. Really, everybody is a "heel", no? Cuirrent Ratings:

Cacus Jack, Champion
1- Raven
2- Sabu
3- Taz
4- Al Snow
5- Chris Candido
6- Terry Funk
7- Steve Corino
8- Dusty Rhodes (injured)
9- Mikey Whipwreck (injured)
10- Steve Corino
11- Bam Bam Bigelow
12- Sandman
13- Justin Credible
14- Kevin Sullivan (slumming)
15- Balls Mahoney (a favorite; proof that "dice rule"!)

I'm bringing in Chris ("The Ultimate Heel") Benoit and Tommy Dreamer, I guess. Though this Fed doesn't interest me that much.

The Hardcore scene doesn't amuse me that much in QPW. And these are the guys I actually used to pay money to see. Before the Elks Lodge in Queens was sold to a Korean church, I mean. Hell, I used to hang out with Balls Mahoney and his curious entorage.

Any tips as to how to make a Hard Core federation interesting?

Again, I don't lay awake at night agonizing over such themes-- similarly to the fact I didn't really mean to open a new thread. Believe me, it ain't in "opposition" to you fellers' construct. It's just difficult posting something I may have given about 5 minutes' thought to, so 'tis frustrating a bit. I'd just as soon both boards be concatenated, really.
St. Orlando - Sep 10, 2010 - 12:36 PM
Post subject: I like "Heel vs. Heel" Matches.
Designating a "face" in such matchups is entertaining indeed. My "Hardcore" XWF poses such a dilemma. Really, everybody is a "heel", no? Cuirrent Ratings:

Cacus Jack, Champion
1- Raven
2- Sabu
3- Taz
4- Al Snow
5- Chris Candido
6- Terry Funk
7- Steve Corino
8- Dusty Rhodes (injured)
9- Mikey Whipwreck (injured)
10- Steve Corino
11- Bam Bam Bigelow
12- Sandman
13- Justin Credible
14- Kevin Sullivan (slumming)
15- Balls Mahoney (a favorite; proof that "dice rule"!)

I'm bringing in Chris ("The Ultimate Heel") Benoit and Tommy Dreamer, I guess. Though this Fed doesn't interest me that much.

The Hardcore scene doesn't amuse me that much in QPW. And these are the guys I actually used to pay money to see. Before the Elks Lodge in Queens was sold to a Korean church, I mean. Hell, I used to hang out with Balls Mahoney and his curious entorage.

Any tips as to how to make a Hard Core federation interesting?

Again, I don't lay awake at night agonizing over such themes-- similarly to the fact I didn't really mean to open a new thread. Believe me, it ain't in "opposition" to you fellers' construct. It's just difficult posting something I may have given about 5 minutes' thought to, so 'tis frustrating a bit. I'd just as soon both boards be concatenated, really.
FrankC - Sep 10, 2010 - 03:31 PM
Post subject: 1973 South 9-10
South – Lakeland Center, Lakeland, FL ATT: 9,876
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Coach John Heath

1. Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko and John Furr; Time Limit Draw.

2. L. D. Lewis won by Count-Out over Wildman Mike Boyette. During OOR action Boyette’s head was crashed through the press table and he was unable to make the count.

3. Beauregarde pinned Buddy Wolfe after smashing him in the jaw with a Foreign Object.

4. Bass Brothers (Ron/Don) beat Mr. Wrestling I and Mr. Wrestling II. Ron pinned Mr. Wrestling II after Colonel Homer O’Dell sprayed pepper Spray to the eyes.

5. Rapid Ricky Romero won by DQ over The Spoiler. The Spoiler would not let go of his Iron Claw Hold while Ricky was tied in the ropes. Referee John Benello call for the bell.

6. Buddy Colt won by Count-Out over Cowboy Bob Ellis after Ellis during OOR action was Doublefist blindsided by Billy Spears who was at the announcer’s table.

7. FLORIDA HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – Bob Armstrong (Champion) pinned Billy Spears (Challenger). J. C. Dykes swung his canteen and hit Billy by mistake. Bob Armstrong retains the Florida Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - Sep 11, 2010 - 01:10 PM
Post subject: WCCW 9-11
WCCW - Cross Roads Arena – Corinth, MS Att: 9,658
Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Dave Penzer

1. B. Brian Blair; Flying Dropkicks pin over Taras Bulba.

2. Native Americans (Mark Youngblood/Jules Strongbow) beat Jimmy Golden & Johnny Rodz. Mark Youngblood; Tomahawk Chops pin over Johnny Rodz.

3. Michael P.S. Hayes; DDT pin over Steve Cox.

4. Cactus Jack Manson pinned Cowboy Scott Casey using a Foreign Object handed to him by Skandor Akbar for a KO.

5. REVENGE MATCH (No Count-Out or DQ) - Austin Idol; Vegas Leglock submission over Great Kabuki . Percy Pringle tried use Pepper Spray to Idol’s eyes. Sherri Martel got the can from Percy and used it on Kabuki.

6. Missing Link pinned Dingo Warrior after causing a bad slash with a Foreign Object handed to him by Skandor Akbar.

7. TEXAS HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – Black Bart (Champion) and Iceman King Parsons (Challenger) Double Count-Out after both were KO’d in a fall from the ramp to the pit below during OOR action. Black Bart retains the Texas Heavyweight Title. Black Bart retains the Texas Title.


David Penzer post match comments – Black Bart continues to hold on to the Texas Title. He has faced all comers and still retains the belt. This wasn’t pretty as both he and Iceman took a long fall from the ramp. Skandor Akbar finds a way to win and his bag full of Foreign Objects is usually the way. The vicious cut on the face of the Dingo Warrior is of concern. He has been taken to the hospital for stitches. Austin Idol got his revenge on Great Kabuki and Percy Pringle. Having Sherri Martel with him makes Idol much more dangerous. Both will go to extremes to win and they will face all comers. Idol’s bragging is tough to hear and now Sherri will be spouting off but the two of them can handle opposition. Cactus Jack almost took Scott Casey’s head off with that loaded haymaker. Once again Skandor Akbar strikes. Mark Youngblood and Jules Strongbow look like an excellent team. Rapid Ricky Romero, Mark’s father, has been managing them.
St. Orlando - Sep 14, 2010 - 02:29 PM
Post subject: Sherri?
I found her atrtractive. Maybe said hi to her once or twice, nothing more.

If you did a "Johnny Rodz" card, please post it. I'd like to include him in my '73 WWWF. I just liked the guy. He was, well, "unpredictable". Friends=of-friends said he was a "nice guy". This I have no reason to disbelieve.
FrankC - Sep 16, 2010 - 01:55 PM
Post subject: interuption
Sorry I haven't posted results lately but I had a minor setback. Last Sunday I had heart failure. I ended up in the hospital since then. I came home a few hours ago but I will only be home for a week or so. I have to then have a new valve placed in my heart. I expect to start posting again tomorrow. Thanks for your patience.

Frank
rbickart4 - Sep 16, 2010 - 03:36 PM
Post subject:
Frank, best of luck to you in your upcoming surgery. Take ggod careof yourself.
Dave_Barton - Sep 16, 2010 - 03:49 PM
Post subject:
Very sorry to hear of your health issue. Best wishes to you.
dglass1 - Sep 16, 2010 - 06:04 PM
Post subject:
Frank -- best wishes to you. I've really enjoyed your UQ postings and am looking forward to many more. Take care of yourself. Dan
Carparama - Sep 16, 2010 - 11:46 PM
Post subject:
Stay healthy, please. Sad

Hope to see you at 100% sooner than later.
brianpo - Sep 17, 2010 - 08:29 AM
Post subject:
Frank, I enjoy taking a few minutes in the morning to read your latest card. Take care of yourself and best wishes, Brian
FrankC - Sep 17, 2010 - 09:22 AM
Post subject: 1973 South 9-17
South – Savannah Civic Center, Savannah, GA ATT: 9,428
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Stan Rhodes

1. Exotic Adrian Street; London Bridge Deathlock submission over Cowboy Parker.

2. Wolfman Smith won by Count-Out over Gordon Nelson.

3. Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown/Buddy Roberts) beat Chain Gang (Ken & Jim Dillinger). Buddy Roberts pinned Jim Dillinger after an Illegal Choke during a Dirty Doubleteam while the referee was KO’d.

4. Great Mephisto pinned El Olympico after Shilina choked with a Robe Cord followed by Mephisto’s Loaded Boot to the head.

5. Ox Baker and Hurricane Frank Hester; Time Limit Draw. Baker claims he had the pin before the bell but referee Eddie Gersh says No!!

6. Big Bad John used a Hidden Foreign Object to KO and pin Bobby Shane.

7. NWA TAG TITLE – Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller)(Challengers) beat Brisco-Funk Connection (Jack & Terry)(Champions). Dr. Bill Miller pinned Terry Funk after a smash to the chops with Brass Nucks. Hell raisers win the NWA Tag Titles.

Stan Rhodes - "We have new tag team champions and make no mistake about their talent. The Hell raisers are tough and will cheat if they must but they are a great tag team that beat a great tag team. The only blemish was the finish. Big Bad John continues to win by rough tactics. He almost took Bobby Shane’s head off with his loaded punch. Ox Baker is ripping that he didn’t get the pin before the bell rang. El Olympico had his winning streak stopped by some very dirty tactics. Great Mephisto is a force with Shilina by his side. She will resort to any cheating for a win. The Hollywood Blonds are on the move and the strange Exotic Adrian Street has some talent in the ring. His valet Miss Linda is very sneaky."
St. Orlando - Sep 17, 2010 - 01:34 PM
Post subject: Nice to have you back, Frank.
I very much like reading your stuff.
MKABear - Sep 17, 2010 - 06:23 PM
Post subject:
Hang in there Frank.

Don't worry about your updates to us until you get this licked!

Unless its therapeutic for you. Then please continue, because we love your updates!
FrankC - Sep 17, 2010 - 07:03 PM
Post subject: therapy
This game and my federation are the best medicine I can get. Even when I go for the open heart surgery I will take along my game. I didn't this past week but I will next time.
Carparama - Sep 17, 2010 - 11:42 PM
Post subject:
That is actually really inspiring, man. Thanks for posting that.
FrankC - Sep 18, 2010 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-18
WCCW – Mid-South Coliseum – Memphis, TN Att: 10,138
Announcers; Lance Russell and Bill Mercer

1. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) beat Batten Twins (Bart/Brad). Len Denton pinned Bart after Dirty White Girl scratched Bart’s eyes.

2. Killer Tim Brooks; Loaded Elbow Smash pin over Steve Doll.

3. Bugsy McGraw pinned Jake “Snake” Roberts after baby Doll hit Jake with a sand pail by mistake.

4. Maddog Buzz Sawyer pinned Brickhouse Brown. OOR action; Sawyer delivered a Concrete Piledriver on Brown.

5. BOOT CAMP MATCH – Killer Kahn beat Jeep Swenson after Jeep made a Kamikazi Dive at Playboy Gary Hart who was constantly interfering. Swenson’s head was split open so the M*A*S*H unit had to carry him away on a stretcher.

6. Kamala; The Splash pin over Johnny Rodz.

7. The Von Erich’s (Lance/Kevin) beat The Freebirds (Buddy Roberts/Terry Gordy). Keven pinned Terry Gordy after Cowboy Bill Watts who was at ringside got fed up with The Freebird’s and delivered a DDT on Terry.

8. WCCW TITLE – Al Perez (Champion) won by Count-Out over Kerry Von Erich (Challenger). Kerry got into an OOR brawl with Cactus Jack Manson who was at ringside with Skandor Akbar. Kerry failed to make the count. Al Perez retains the WCCW Heavyweight Title.

Bill Mercer – “Skandor Akbar finds a way to save the title for Al Perez every match. He manages a den of thieves and his style is awkward but he wins. Cowboy Bill Watts who was one of our earlier guests took matters into his own hands and shocked The Freebirds with his DDT on Gordy. This could be interesting. Killer Kahn may have won the Boot Camp Match but it is not likely that he has heard the last of Jeep Swenson. Jeep will be looking to tangle with Playboy Gary Hart. Maddog Buzz Sawyer really delivered a smashing Piledriver to Brickhouse Brown on the cement. Brown was carried off. Jake Roberts walked into the sand pail swing by Baby Doll. It was his own fault. Killer Tim Brooks once again was hearing some cheers. Steve Doll is a bit too cocky for the fans. Brook’s Loaded Elbow was a fitting touch for the match. The Dirty White Boys are bad enough but to have Dirty White Girl pulling antics is over the top. She scratched Bart Batten's eyes and drew blood. Maybe someone should cut her fingernails.
FrankC - Sep 19, 2010 - 09:40 AM
Post subject: 1973 South 9-19
South – Richmond Coliseum – Richmond, VA Att: 12.996

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Bob Caudle (Big Bill Ward is still recovering)

1. Beautiful Bruce Swayze won by DQ over Maniac Mike Conrad who refused to break a Bridge Hold while Swayze was tied in the ropes. Referee Terry Yorkston called for the bell.

2. Pancho Valdez used a Foreign Object to pin Lee “Cat” Wong.

3. American Breed (Billy Red Cloud/Wahoo McDonald) beat Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa.King Curtis). Wahoo pinned Mitsu after Billy Red Cloud took Crybaby Cannon’s baseball helmet and used it to smash Mitsu in the skull.

4. Jimmy Snuka pinned Easy Ed Francis after a crowning his head with a coconut.

5. Bob Orton Jr; Superplex pin over Ripper Collins after taking Ripper’s Foreign Object and using it for a smash!!

6. Cowboy Bill Watts won by DQ over Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller. Fuller got frustrated and slugged referee Terry Yorkston.

7. NWA Heavyweight Title – Paul Jones (Champion) beat Jos LeDuc (Challenger). During OOR action Leduc was DDT’d to the cement splitting his head open and was too bloody to continue. Paul Jones retains the NWA Title.
FrankC - Sep 19, 2010 - 10:06 AM
Post subject: South Rankings 9-19
SWF (Southern Wrestling Federation) Rankings 9-19-10

NWA Champion – Paul Jones
1. Hans Schmidt
2. Cowboy Bill Watts
3. Jos leDuc
4. Buddy Colt
5. Dory Funk Jr

Florida Champion – Bob Armstrong
1. Big Bad John
2. Sheik Adnan El Kassie
3. Billy Spears
4. Crazy Luke Graham
5. Bob Roop

Southern Champion – Mike McCord
1. Jimmy Snuka
2. Bob orton Jr
3. King Louie Tillet
4. L.D. Lewis
5. Great Mephisto

Tag Team Champions – Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller)
1. The Bass Brothers (Don and Ron)
2. The Infernos
3. Brisco-Funk Connection (Jack Brisco and Terry Funk)
4. Mr Wrestling #1 and Mr Wrestling #2
5. Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts Jerry Brown)

Most Admired (Face Rankings)
1. King Louie Tillet
2. Cowboy Bill Watts
3. Bob Armstrong
4. Bobby Shane
5. Paul Jones

Most Admired Tag Team – American Breed (Billy Red Cloud and Wahoo McDaniel)

Most Hated (Heel Rankings)
1. Mike McCord
2. Sheik Adnan El Kassie
3. Chris Markoff
4. Buddy Colt
5. Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller

Most Hated Tag Team – The Hell Raisers
indianaice - Sep 19, 2010 - 03:02 PM
Post subject:
Frank C.

I love the ratings. Reminds me of the old Inside Wrestling magazine that I religiously bought every month. First thing I always went to was the ratings page to see who is in the top 10 and the Most Popular/Hated ratings. What joy I see when one of the most hated from the month before becomes #1 favorite the next month due to a face turn.....

Great stuff!
Dave_Barton - Sep 19, 2010 - 03:04 PM
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Inside Wrestling, The Wrestler, and Pro Wrestling Illustrated...the holy trinity of wrestling magazines back in the day!
FrankC - Sep 20, 2010 - 08:23 AM
Post subject: Hardcore - ECW 9-20
ECW – Wonderland – Revere, MA ATT: 3, 028
Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette

1. Hack Meyers pinned Jason Knight after a smash to the chops with a microphone.

2. Rockin Rebel; Rebelizer (Diving Leg Drop) pin over Chris Hamrick.

3. Tommy Cairo; Reverse Powerbomb pin over “911”.

4. The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed) beat Bad St Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews). Mustafa pinned Joey after a very fast count by referee Bill Alphonso. Alphonso and Sabu were seen later, outside by the Dog Track, talking the The Gangstas. Alphonso was given an envelope and everyone shook hands. Newsman Fingers Freemont taped the meeting and has sent a copy to commissioner Dusty Rhodes.

5. Masato Tanaka pinned Lance Storm. During OOR action Max Payne, who was at the announcers table, smashed Lance with a metal chair to the skull. The KO’d Lance was easy pickings.

6. ECW TV Title – Chris Candido (Champion) pinned Max Payne (Challenger) after Tammy Lynn Sytch (Sunny) hit Max with a Baseball bat “Noggin Knocker”. Chris Candido retains the ECW TV Title.
MKABear - Sep 20, 2010 - 02:47 PM
Post subject:
You people in the SWF disgust me! Mike McCord is YOUR Southern Champion, fair and square and you vote him as most hated. Well I bet you women weren't allowed to vote, because the women love McCord. The men are just afraid of him and resent him.

nuff said!
FrankC - Sep 20, 2010 - 04:59 PM
Post subject: wrestling stuff
To Indianaice, I always enjoyed reading the ratings in the mags. The Federations would list the wrestler by rank and where he was from (hometown). It always amazed me that the same wrestler would change place of hometown at times. Jake Roberts, if I remember right, had several homes listed depending on the month of the issue. Other wrestlers would change from "Parts Unknown", everybody's favorite to a legitimate place. Then, of course we had guys like Gorilla Monsoon who was listed from Mongolia and when he opened his mouth he couldn't drop the Brooklyn accent "Lung Eyelund" or "Eye gut him in the plecatorias soff spot." The tag team were always listed with weight. It was great to see tag teams that combined exceeded 600 pounds.

To MKABear; Mike McCord has earned his ranking. In fact I think he likes it. "The Ladies Pet and the Men's Regret is thriving on the extra publicity (100 points for the ranking and 100 points for the championship). He wants to hand out hankies to all the women but the commissioner is stopping him. They have imprinted on them the line "To Dry When Needed."
FrankC - Sep 21, 2010 - 12:37 PM
Post subject: 1973 North Studio Show 9-21
WWWF Wrestling – WINS TV Chan 11, NYC
Announcers; Ray Morgan and Jimmy Lennon

Ray Morgan – This morning we have a great show. You will see The Wolfman Willie Farkus in action. He is a bit wild and has to be led to the ring with a chain around his neck by Classie Freddie Blassie. We advise that children not get too close. Eric the Red with The Grand Wizard is set for action. Eric carries a big leg bone that is suspected to be some human who crossed his path years ago. Fan favorite Gino Brito is here and will face the disgruntled Tony DiPaulo. The Killers with Freddie Blassie will face The Soto’s in what should be a great match. The Killers are constantly complaining that they are not given respect. Chief Jay Strongbow is here and as always he is exciting to watch. The feature is a Main Event anywhere. Gorilla Monsoon will face Heat Punch Specialist Stan Stasiac. My colleague Jimmy Lennon is standing by to interview Chief jay Strongbow;

Jimmy Lennon Interview with Chief Jay – Killer karl Kox came on the scene complaining that The Killers want more respect and facing The Sotos’s is not going to get it for them. They want the Champions Pacific Wave, who are purposely ducking them. As Kox made a lunge for Lennon Chief Jay grabbed Kox’s arm and flipped him to his back on the floor. Chief Jay gains 1 point in hero status and 100 points for the match today.

1. Wolfman Farkus; Hanging Neckbreaker submission over Ron Ritchie.

2. Eric the Red pinned “Popeye” Chuck Richards after choking him with a piece of Braided Rope.

3. Gino Brito and Tony DiPaulo; Double Count-Out while brawling during OOR action.

4. The Soto’s (Roberto/Manuel beat the Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox). Roberto pinned Karl Kox after Chief Jay Strongbow smashed Freddie Blassie and Karl Krupp’s heads together the tripped Kox into the pin.

5. Chief Jay Strongbow; Indian Sleeper submission over Spaceman Frank Hickey.

6. Gorilla Monsoon and Stan Stasiac; Time Limit Draw.
MKABear - Sep 21, 2010 - 10:31 PM
Post subject: Re: wrestling stuff
FrankC wrote:


To MKABear; Mike McCord has earned his ranking. In fact I think he likes it. "The Ladies Pet and the Men's Regret is thriving on the extra publicity (100 points for the ranking and 100 points for the championship). He wants to hand out hankies to all the women but the commissioner is stopping him. They have imprinted on them the line "To Dry When Needed."


Sounds to me like a real lovable guy. He should be most loved!
FrankC - Sep 22, 2010 - 09:06 AM
Post subject: Hardcore - ECW - 9-22
Hardcore – ECW – Memorial Hall - Dover DE, ATT: 2,692
Announcers; Joey Styles and Don Muraco

1. Hugh Murrus won by Count-Out over Dudley-Dudley. D.D. was injured after being thrown into the TV cameras and crew.

2. Kid Kash pinned Simon Diamond after a smash to the chops with a roll of quarters.

3. Sal E. Graziano pinned Louie Spicoli. Tony Marinara (Mamaluke) used a microphone to smash Louie to the head.

4. B.W.O. (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) beat F.B.I. (Little Guido/Tony Mamaluke). Stevie Richards pinned Tony Mamaluke. During OOR Brawl Little Guido got a hockey stick from under the ring. The Blue Meanie too the stick fro Guido and smashed it to Tony Mamakuke’s skull.

5. BARBED WIRE MATCH – Commissioner Dusty Rhodes has ordered this match to take place because Taz and Shane Douglas haven’t been able to finish matches. Their dispute has spilled over to the fans who are sick of matches always ending in count-outs in the Locker Room.

TAZ won by DQ stoppage when Shane Douglas collapsed and was too bloody to continue. Cactus Jack interfered 1st by putting Francine snuggly in a trash can and then tying Douglas in the Barbed Wire Ropes so Taz could pummel. Douglas was carried off in a stretcher by the EMT’s.

6. FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH – Cactus Jack pinned Roadkill on the sidewalk in front of the Barroom. Roadkill was hurled through the plate glass window of the bar. The B.W.O. (Blue Meanie and Stevie Richards) were having an after the match brew and helped Cactus with the hurling.

Post match comments by Joey Styles – “OH MY GOD!!”
FrankC - Sep 22, 2010 - 12:09 PM
Post subject: Alternate names
Hardcore (ECW) is the least known of the Federations I run. During its hayday I really enjoyed some of the outlandish actions and I repect the wrestlers who competed. A few went on to mild success when ECW went out of business but the majority had their moment in the sun under the ECW umbrella. I am listing some of the lesser known wrestlers who used other names prior to and after their ECW days;

Angel - NY Rican Baddie and The Kingpin
Chris Cheti - G. Q. Quartermaine
Dudley Dudley - Bradley
Hugh Morrus - Bill DeMott and Crash the Terminator
Johnny Swinger - Johnny Paradise
Justin Credible - P. J. Walker and Aldo Montoya (Portugese Man-O-War)
Louie Spicoli - Rad Radford and The Zodiak
Max Payne - Man Mountain Rock
Nova - Super Nova
Roadkill - Amish Roadkill and Tony Braddock
Simon Diamond - Pat Kenney
Joey Mathews - Joey Mercury
Little Guido - Nunzio
Mamaluke - Tony Marinara
Dave_Barton - Sep 23, 2010 - 12:45 AM
Post subject: Re: Alternate names
Nova - Super Nova AND Simon Dean
St. Orlando - Sep 23, 2010 - 12:52 PM
Post subject: Balls Mahoney
Balls Mahoney (Jon Rechner)-- Abbudah Singh, Abudda Dein, Boo Bradley, Xanta Klaus
FrankC - Sep 23, 2010 - 04:55 PM
Post subject: other names
Actually I only listed the lesser known wrestlers who may be known by other names. Balz Mahoney was known by that name more than any other.
FrankC - Sep 24, 2010 - 07:48 AM
Post subject: 1973 North 9-24
North – M/W Pro Wrestling WCIU Chan 26 – Chicago
Announcers; Wayne Griffin and Ray “Crippler” Stevens

Ray Stevens – “The Windy City has some great wrestling this morning here at WCIU. Tag Specialist Horrible Hartford Love is in single action. He is a dude who will bend rules so there is no excuse for an opponent complaining later. The game is wrestling and hard knocks are expected. Killer Karl Krupp is also in action. He is also a tag specialist but lately has been spreading his rough style into single matches. He is the master of the Eye Cleaver. Some nasty stuff. Superstar Bill Graham will flex for the TV audience. I always liked getting in the ring and down to business. Flexing is a waste of time. Ivan Koloff will face the young Italian Tony Rocco. Rocco is making a name for himself but he could be biting off a lot facing Koloff. Koloff always has Tony Angelo by his side so this is a dangerous mission. Haystacks Calhoon will face strongman Ken Patura. They have had several matches lately and nothing has been settled. Maybe today will end this standoff. The Blackjacks will also see action. This is a tough, rough and ready tag team. I have faced both B.J. Mulligan and B.J. Lanza in the ring and they are formable foes. They were suppose to face the Air Attack team of Greg Gagne and Sgt Frank Holz but Gagne couldn’t make it here so the team of the Bowery Boys (Frank “Slip Mahoney” Durso and Joe “Satch” Abby ) fresh off a studio win last month against The Killers will be the opponent for the Blackjacks. The Boys are demanding a title match if they can win today. I wouldn’t bet the baby’s boots on it. My parner at the mike is Wayne Griffin and he is standing by to interview Ivan Koloff and Tony Rocco……………”

Wayne Griffin Interview – Ivan Koloff and Tony Angelo dominated the interview screaming that they earned another title match. They want Bruno or Pedro or whatever bum has the belt. Angelo pushed Griffin, Rocco tried to help and Koloff hit Tony in temple with his chain. (Tony Rocco -250 for the match today).

1. Horrible Hartford Love; Knee drop to Head pin over Miguel Feliciano.

2. Killer Karl Krupp; Eye Claw submission over Sgt Frank Holz.

3. Superstar Bill Graham pinned Pete Doherty after using several illegal chokes.

4. Ivan Koloff; Russian Sickle pin over the injured Tony Rocco.

5. Haystacks Calhoon won by DQ over Ken Patura when Patura refused to break an illegal choke hold.

6. The Blackjacks (Mulligan/Lanza) beat the Bowery Boys (Frank Durso/Joe Abby). B.J. Mulligan used Brass Nucks to KO Frank Durso.
FrankC - Sep 26, 2010 - 10:21 AM
Post subject: Hardcore - ECW 9-26
ECW – Ironbound Recreation Center – Newark, NJ ATT: 3, 518
Announcers; Joey Styles and Dusty Rhodes

1. “Little Don” Tracy Smothers pinned Vic Grimes after Sal Graziano hit Vic with a shovel.

2. Johnny Swinger pinned Yoshihiro after a smash with a 2 x 4.

3. Chris Jericho; Liontamer (Boston Crab) submission over E.Z. Money.

4. C.W. Anderson pinned Rhyno after Sinister Minister smashed a Loaded Good Book to Rhyno’s skull.

5. The Sandman; DDT onto a Chair pin over Sabu after Chastity sprayed Fire Extinguisher Foam to Sabu’s face.

6. ECW TAG TITLE - The Dudleys (Bub Bub Ray/D-Von) beat The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn). Bub Bub ray pinned Saturn after Joel Gertner smash his Loaded Neck Brace to Perry’s skull. The Dudley’s retain the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Sep 27, 2010 - 09:01 AM
Post subject: North All-Star Wrestling 1973
North - All Star Wrestling – WEWS – Chan 43 – Cleveland
Announcer; Slick Mick Karch

Slick Mick – Welcome to All Star Wrestling. We have a great show on hand. Things only get hotter in our federation and the feuds get nastier. This morning you will see Mean Arnold Skaaland who is looking for some gold but has hit a few stumbling blocks lately during the arena shows. The Mongolian Stomper is here. This guy is really out to prove a point. The Love Brothers team of Rotten Reginald and Horrible Hartford will face the speedy Air Attack team of Greg Gagne and Frank Holz. This should be good. Johnny Valiant is here too. His attitude has gone from very bad to downright horrid. He seems to be his former evil self. Favorite Johnny Powers will face the rough Stan Vachon. Vachon is a rugged wrestler who cares little about major injuries to others or himself. He follows no rules. The feature this morning will have The Sheik facing Larry “The Ax” Hennig. Here is a “sell out” main event anywhere. The Sheik will have his loud mouth manager Tony Angelo at ringside. Let’s get to the action………

1. Arnold Skaaland; Atomic Drop pin over Don Serrano.

2. Mongolian Stomper won by DQ over Tony “Battman” Morino when Tony was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the TV.

3. The Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald) beat Air Attack (Frank Holz/Greg Gagne). Rotten Reginald pinned Frank Holz after using Hidden Eye Gouges and Choke Holds then a cradle for a pin.

4. Johnny Valiant and Kevin Sullivan; No Contest. OOR Action resulted in chair a table throwing. Referee Henry Van Loom called for the bell.

5. The Sheik pinned Larry “Ax” Hennig. The Sheik used Illegal Chokes then Tony Angelo held Hennig’s legs so the Sheik could make the pin.

Slick Mick – This was a great show. Larry “The Ax” is going to be looking for revenge not only on The Sheik but on Tony Angelo as well. Johnny Valiant and Kevin Sullivan are far from finished with this feud. It is time to keep them away from any furniture. The Love Brothers are a disgrace. Their whole arsenal of moves is cheating. Frank Holz couldn’t see as he was helped from the ring. The always popular “Battman” Morino lost a lot of blood during his match with The Mongolian Stomper. We hope he is OK.
FrankC - Sep 27, 2010 - 11:39 AM
Post subject: Gone for a week
I will be gone for a week. I am getting a new valve in my heart. It is open heart surgery and it makes me a bit nervous but I am not afraid. I will pack my books and my Ultra Quick wrestling so I can keep a line open to reality.

I thank all of you who have followed my Federations. I like the comments made on the forum. If you choose to read with interest I thank you for that too.

I want to get back soon (maybe by next Monday or Tuesday) because there is a small Southern Wrestling show in Mt. Airy, TN. It is in the field behind Dewey's Texaco Station. The main event is Cowboy Bob Ellis vs Bolo Mongol. It should be a corker.
MKABear - Oct 13, 2010 - 08:07 AM
Post subject:
UPDATE ON FRANK

I asked Frank about his progress and he wanted me to pass this along to the group.

+++++++++++++++++++++

I am trying hard and I am making progress but it is baby steps. I can walk about 75 yards using a walker that has wheels. I will sleep every 2 or 3 hours for 45 minutes or so. I have a home health nurse who visits and the therapist who is more interested in not allowing me to over do. Any progress too quickly will be a serious set back in the long run.

Thanks for asking and please pass the word along. It has been 14 days since my open heart surgery so that fact that I am doing as much including writing you this letter is remarkable.

Frank
Carparama - Oct 13, 2010 - 08:44 AM
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Thank you for the update. I was wondering! Smile
indianaice - Oct 13, 2010 - 08:57 AM
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Get well very soon Frank! Wrestling history is at a standstill at the moment!

Edward R. Meek
Dave_Barton - Oct 13, 2010 - 11:30 AM
Post subject:
Best wishes to you Frank.
FrankC - Oct 20, 2010 - 08:32 AM
Post subject: ECW - Hardcore 10-20
Joey Styles - The FWF (Frank's Wrestling Federation) is back from surgical vacation and picking up where we left off. Here at Coney Island the monthly show for ECW features the Hardcore Title between champion Terry Funk and Balz Mahoney. The Rottens will face Public Enemy. LSD (Little Spike Dudley has his hands full with Angel. Angel will have his staple gun close by to inflict serious damage. Justin Credible is looking to keep his nasty reputation in tact. He has had trouble with Mikey Whipwresck in the past. Let's get to the show with my partner Jimmy "Boogie" Valiant.

ECW – Coney Island, NY ATT: 4,234 Announcers; Joey Styles and Jimmy Valiant

1. Mr. Hughes pinned Tony DeVito after a wicked chairshot.

2. Justin Credible pinned Mikey Whipwreck. Justin found a chain under the ring and used it for the KO.

3. Chris Cheti pinned Danny Doring by using a “Gong Bell” to the skull.
4. Spike Dudley pinned Angel by reversing Angel’s dreaded Staple Gun Shot.

5. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) beat Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge/Rocco Rock). Ian pinned Rocco.

6. ECW Hardcore Title – Terry Funk (Champion) beat Balz Mahoney (Challenger). Funk escaped after performing a “Funk Stunner” followed by a Texas Piledriver. Balz was left helpless. Terry Funk retains the ECW Hardcore Title.
Carparama - Oct 20, 2010 - 08:55 AM
Post subject:
YESSSS

Welcome back! Smile

Mr. Huuuuughes <3
rbickart4 - Oct 20, 2010 - 02:41 PM
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Glad to see that you're back and posting again, Frank. Hope all went well. Take care.
FrankC - Oct 21, 2010 - 06:54 AM
Post subject: 1973 Studio Wrestling 10-21
Northern Studio Wrestling - WPGH Chan 53 – Erie, PA
Announcer; Bill Cardille

Bill – We have a super show for you today. Things have been heating up in the Federation and now the crunch time may be close at hand. You will see Professor Toru Tanaka in action as he looks to a single match. Normally a tag partner with Mr. Fuji is the highly successful team of Rising Suns, the Professor is always dangerous. Waldo Von Erich will be in action and everyone’s favorite Larry Zbyszko is here. He will face the mean Tony Angelo. The Texas Outlaws will face The Sicilians in a match that could be a main event anywhere. Intercontinental Champion Handsome Jimmy Valiant will face Tony Parisi in a non-title match and AWA Champion Pedro Morales will face Executioner #2 in a non-title match. My guest today at the interview is Cannonball Tony Parisi.
INTERVIEW – Tony Parisi was talking about the success of The Ringbusters when Jimmy Valiant came on the scene. He started degrading Parisi calling him “Cue Ball” claiming that “Cannonball” didn’t fit a panty waist wrestler. Before Parisi could respond Valiant busted a flood lamp over Tony’s back. Parisi will be able to wrestle today but he lost 250 points for today’s match.

1. Professor Toru Tanaka; Nerve Hold submission over Luis Martinez.

2. Waldo Von Erich; Top Rope Kneedrop pin over Joe Abby.

3. Larry Zbyszko; Shoulder Breaker pin over Tony Angelo.

4. Texas Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes/Dick Murdock) beat The Sicilians (Tony Altimore/Lou Albano). Dusty Rhodes; Figure Four Leglock submission over Lou Albano.

5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant beat Tony Parisi by Count-Out. Parisi was chasing the Grand Wizard and couldn’t make the count.

6. Executioner #2; Piledriver pin over Pedro Morales after Freddie Blassie KO’d Morales with his cane.

Bill Cardille Post Match – One thing is certain. Handsome Jimmy Valiant is a force while teamed with the Grand Wizard as his manager. His vile ways seem to overshadow a wrestler with ability. Handsome Jimmy is the most hated wrestler and he has earned the honor. Freddie Blassie is a vulgar manager. Pedro won’t forget this cane incident, you can bet on it. The Texas Outlaws are a great team but they still must face The Blackjacks and that will be a battle to remember.
FrankC - Oct 22, 2010 - 09:51 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-22
ECW – ECW Arena – Philadelphia, PA ATT: 3,800
Announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Steve Corino and Nova; Double Count Out. An OOR Brawl was taken out of the arena into the streets. Referee Andrew Thomas called for the bell.

2. J.T. Smith won by Count-Out over Jerry Lynn. Lynn left the ringside, grabbed Smith’s girlfriend who was at ringside and left the building.

3. Al Snow pinned Big Dick Dudley after Joel Gertner hit Dudley with his loaded neck brace by mistake.

4. The Mamalukes (Johnny Stamboli/Vito Lograsso) won by DQ over The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike). Lisa Moretti (Ivory) took a bag a salt from Tony Marinara. Bill Alphonso saw her with the bag and called for the bell. Once again, Alphonso’s actions are in question. Alphons was aware that Mariinara, The Mamaluke’s manager, had the bag earlier when Tony tried to throw salt into Wolfe’s eyes.

5. Sid Vicious pinned Tommy Dreamer. Sid held Tommy while Downtown Bruno used a wicked chairshot to Dreamer’s skull.

6. ECW TITLE – Rob Van Dam (Champion) Five Star Frog Slash pin over Raven (Challenger). Kimona Wannlaya tried to use Black Flag spray to Van Dam’s face but hit Raven by mistake. Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title.

Joey Styles – “Oh My God” what a show. Raven’s dreams of a title are going to have to wait but Kimona is trying hard to help him. Sometimes things don’t work out. She will be at it again and again. Sid Vicious won this round against Tommy Dreamer with the help of Downtown Bruno but look for Tommy to be back with a vengeance. The Mamalukes look good as a team so why is Bill Alphonso putting his nose in their business. Bill gave the match to Marinara and The Mamakukes. The Pittbulls are looking for revenge against Bill Alphonso. He better look out. Joel Gertner tried to help Big Dick Dudley and got his own wrestler nailed by Al Snow. How about Jerry Lynn running off with J.T. Smith’s girlfriend. What is that all about?
MKABear - Oct 22, 2010 - 11:39 AM
Post subject:
Welcome Back! Frank!

Now I have to go read what trash you said about my guys!
MKABear - Oct 22, 2010 - 11:43 AM
Post subject: Re: ECW - Hardcore 10-20
FrankC wrote:
Let's get to the show with my partner Jimmy "Boogie" Valiant.

ECW – Coney Island, NY ATT: 4,234 Announcers; Joey Styles and Jimmy Valiant



6. ECW Hardcore Title – Terry Funk (Champion) beat Balz Mahoney (Challenger). Funk escaped after performing a “Funk Stunner” followed by a Texas Piledriver. Balz was left helpless. Terry Funk retains the ECW Hardcore Title.


This would have been a great program just for the expert incite you would get from a real character.


I think the only way to get the Hardcore title from Funk would be to steal it in his sleep.
MKABear - Oct 22, 2010 - 11:46 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 Studio Wrestling 10-21
FrankC wrote:
ampion Pedro Morales will face Executioner #2 in a non-title match. My guest today at the interview is Cannonball Tony Parisi.
INTERVIEW – Tony Parisi was talking about the success of The Ringbusters when Jimmy Valiant came on the scene. He started degrading Parisi calling him “Cue Ball” claiming that “Cannonball” didn’t fit a panty waist wrestler. Before Parisi could respond Valiant busted a flood lamp over Tony’s back. Parisi will be able to wrestle today but he lost 250 points for today’s match.


5. Handsome Jimmy Valiant beat Tony Parisi by Count-Out. Parisi was chasing the Grand Wizard and couldn’t make the count.


HJV - post match - Whooo, baby! did you see that out there tonight? Cue Ball is right. Couldn't even take a 100 watt bulb busting on his empty noggin! This one was over before the ink dried on the contract, BABY!
FrankC - Oct 23, 2010 - 09:27 AM
Post subject: SECW - (1973)
S/E Championship Wrestling – Field behind Dewey’s Texaco – Mt Airy, TN Att: 1,764
Sponsored by Country Radio WSYD
Announcers; Jess McGrath and WSYD’s Abner Goodfellow the voice of country.
Referee; Larry Lisowski

Jess – Welcome to Mt Airy. “My partner at the mike is Tennessee’s own Abner Goodfellow the voice of country music on WSYD our sponsor. We have a great show here on this beautiful evening. The questionable Pancho Valez will see action. As of late he has drifted to a much rougher style. The always popular Easy Ed Francis will face Beautiful Bruce Swayze. Easy Ed is seeking some revenge for Bruce’s interfering in his last match. The evil Chain Gang brothers of Ken and Jim Dillinger are up against The Grahams. That should be a corker don’t you think Abner?” Abner- “Yep.” Jess – Roger Kirby who claims to get no respect will face the always tough L.D. Lewis and how about the main feature with Cowboy Bob Ellis facing Bolo Mongol. This is main event material anywhere and you will see it aling with the fans here in Mt. Airy, TN. Let’s get to the action…………………….;

1. Pancho Valez and John Furr; Time Limit Draw.

2. Easy Ed Francis won by DQ over Beautiful Bruce Swayze. Bruce was too bloody to continue.

3. Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger) beat The Grahams (Mike/Eddie). Jim over Mike after Ken slugged Mike with a chain.

4. L.D. Lewis won by DQ over Roger Kirby. Kirby locked in an Illegal Choke Hold and refused to let go.

5. Bolo Mongol pinned Cowboy Bob Ellis by using an Illegal Choke then using the Ropes for Leverage.
Big_City - Oct 23, 2010 - 12:26 PM
Post subject: RE: SECW - (1973)
Quote:

5. Bolo Mongol pinned Cowboy Bob Ellis by using an Illegal Choke then using the Ropes for Leverage.


Good project! Your replays bring back memories of when I used to watch wrestling on TV as a youngster in the late 60s/early 70s. It was a bummer to see that Cowboy Bob Ellis lost the match with Bolo Mongol. Cowboy Bob was my favorite wrestler and it's good to see him back in the ring in your Ultra Quick Wrestling replays. I'll be looking forward to Cowboy Bob's next match.
Big_City - Oct 23, 2010 - 12:26 PM
Post subject: RE: SECW - (1973)
Quote:

5. Bolo Mongol pinned Cowboy Bob Ellis by using an Illegal Choke then using the Ropes for Leverage.


Good project! Your replays bring back memories of when I used to watch wrestling on TV as a youngster in the late 60s/early 70s. It was a bummer to see that Cowboy Bob Ellis lost the match with Bolo Mongol. Cowboy Bob was my favorite wrestler and it's good to see him back in the ring in your Ultra Quick Wrestling replays. I'll be looking forward to Cowboy Bob's next match.
FrankC - Oct 24, 2010 - 09:39 AM
Post subject: 1991 WCW 10-24
WCW – Gray Civic Center – Albany, GA ATT: 9,982
Announcers; Eric Bischoff and Dusty Rhodes

1. Van Hammer won by Count-Out over Hustler Rip Rogers.

2. Scott Steiner; Super Samoan Drop pin over Paul Roma.

3. Dirty Danny Collins; Bristol Stomp (Brainbuster) pin over Roadblock after George Gillette smashed a cane to Roadblock’s skull.

4. Dr. Tom Pritchard pinned Brad Armstrong after a Brother Love Loaded Boot to the temple.

5. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) beat The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne). Don Harris pinned Ken Wayne after Ron Harris hit him with the Gong Bell.

6. Kendo Nagasaki pinned Jushin “Thunder” Liger after a Sinister Minister smash to the skull with the “Loaded Good Book.”

7. CAGE MATCH – Sinister Minister has been locked in a smaller cage above the larger one suspended from the rafters to prevent his interfering to help Abdullah the Butcher.

Bruiser Brody beat Abdullah the Butcher. Abdullah was pushed from the cage top landing full force on the canvas. Brody then hit him with a Jumping Knee Drop and followed by climbing over the top to victory.
FrankC - Oct 25, 2010 - 08:14 AM
Post subject: 1973 Mid-South Wrestling 10-25
Mid-South Wrestling – Hartsell HS – Hartsell, AL ATT 2,332
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn

1. Hangman Jim Grabmire pinned Lee “Cat” Wong after a smash with a Foreign Object.

2. Bobby Duncum pinned Cowboy Parker. Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Parker with a pail.

3. The Spoiler and Buddy Wolfe; Time Limit Draw.

4. Chuck O’Connor pinned El Olympico after Bobby Duncum and Homer O’Dell, who were at ringside, crashed a chair over Olympico’s head while referee Patty Grimes was KO’d.

5. Far East Express (M. Arakawa/King Curtis) beat Ben Ortiz and Wolfman Smith. Mitsu Arakawa; Claw Hold submission over Ben Ortiz.

6. Crazy Luke Graham and Rapid Ricky Romero; Double Count Out while brawling outside the ring.

Dickie Steinborn – This was a pretty revealing show. Colonel Homer O’Dell, who is unhappy about the rankings for Bobby Duncum in the latest Wrestling News, made his and Bobby’s presence known. Bobby may have taken advantage to pin Cowboy Parker but interfering in El Olympico’s match may be a mistake. Time will tell. Buddy Wolfe found a way to avoid The Spoilers Claw Hold. Wolfe is crafty but this draw is like a win. The Far East Express is as mean as a team can be. King Curtis will bite and gouge while Mitsu Arakawa makes up for the lack of size with dreaded claw holds. Our feature this evening had Crazy Luke Graham doing his non-legitimate moves against crowd pleaser Rapid Ricky Romero. It was inevitable that the match would lead to a brawl and referee patty Grimes had enough. He counted both out. This is far from over.
FrankC - Oct 27, 2010 - 09:35 AM
Post subject: WCW 10-27
WCW – Casper Events Center – Casper, WY ATT: 9, 578
Announcers; David Crockett Jr and Lee Marshall

1. Primetime Brian Lee pinned Dusty Wolfe after Tammy Sytch (Sunny) used Pepper Spray to the face.

2. Dustin Rhodes; Lone Star DDT pin over Teijo Kahn. Sheik Adnan tried to interfere and Dustin crashed Adnan and Teijo’s heads together for a KO.

3. The Hangmen (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger) beat Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul). Tex Slazenger over John Paul after a Gary Hart kick with a Loaded Boot.

4. Highlander Drew McDonald pinned Salvatore Sincere. George Gillette tossed a tire iron to McDonald who used it on Sal’s skull.

5. The Great Muta won by DQ over Eddie Gilbert. Gilbert was caught Throwing a Fireball.

6. Giant Haystacks pinned Barry Windham with an Elbow Drop after Alexandra York hit Barry, by mistake with her laptop computer.

7. U.S. Title – Gorgeous Gary Young (Champion) beat Terry Taylor (Challenger). Taylor was Counted-Out while fighting with Gary Hart during OOR brawl. Gorgeous Gary Young retains the U.S. Title.

Lee Marshall - What a difference a manager can make. Playboy Gary hart continues to be a force a ringside. He took Terry tallor out of the match with Gorgeous Gary Young allow Young to win by Count-Out. He also used a famous Loaded Boot to KO John Paul allowing The Hangmen to win. Georger Gillette took care of Sal Sincere when he threw Drew McDonald a Tire Iron for the KO. Tammy Sytch used Pepper Spray to save Primetime Brian Lee who was taking a beating at the time. Sheik Adnan and Alexandra Yourk cost their wrestlers a match but they were active at ringside. The action in WCW is hot and heavy.
FrankC - Oct 28, 2010 - 08:49 AM
Post subject: Deep South Wrestling 1973
Deep South Wrestling – Varner’s Grove – Randolph, MS ATT: 2,092
Announcers; Rich Landrum and Colonel Garland Varner
Referee; Andy DePaul

Rich Landrum – Welcome to our show at Varner’s Grove in beautiful Randolph, MS. Everyone in attendance tonight will receive a 6 pack of Varner’s famous Root Beer. Colonel Varner, who sponsors this show, is with me at the announcers table. We have a great show here tonight. The always colorful Moondog Mayne is in action. Young up and coming Bob Roop will face tough Blackjack Slade. Big Bill Dromo is up against the Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko. The strange Exotic Adrian Street is here with his manager Miss Linda and out feature will have Hurricane Frank Hester facing the rough Billy Spears who will have his manager J.C. Dykes close at hand. Let’s get to the show…………

1. Moondog Mayne pinned Jose Gonzales after smashing a cowbell over his head.

2. Bob Roop won over Blackjack Slade because Slade was too Bloody to continue after cracking his head open on the steel steps during an OOR brawl.

3. Big Bill Dromo won by DQ over Joe Turko. Turko refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold.

4. Exotic Adrian Street pinned Gordon Nelson. Miss Linda tripped Nelson as he bounced off the ropes and Gordon fell head 1st to the canvas. After the match Exotic Adrian strutted around the ring bragging and infuriating the crowd. The they booed the more he strutted. Exotic Adrian has been given +200 points on his total and has risen to #4 most hated.

5. Hurricane Frank Hester won by DQ over Billy Spears after J.C. Dykes socked referee Andy DePaul.
FrankC - Oct 29, 2010 - 09:53 AM
Post subject: WCW 10-29
WCW – Memorial Coliseum – Portland, OR ATT: 11,246

Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Sherri Martel



1. Reno Riggins pinned Rip Morgan. Sinister Minister hit Rip with the Loaded Good Book, by mistake.

2. Riki Chosyu pinned Colonel DeBeers. Riki took DeBeer’s Foreign Object and used it for the KO.

3. PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D.) won by DQ over Orient Express (Pat tanaka/Kato) after mr. Fuji entered the ring and got into the action. Referee Mike Chioda called for the bell.

4. Irwin R. Shyster pinned Davy Boy Smith. Luna Vachon hit Davy Boy with a lead pipe to the skull while referee Jack Doan was KO’d.

5. FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE – Kevin Sullivan pinned Jimmy Valiant. Mark Lewin and Luna Vachon were hidden in the crowd. Luna hit Jimmy in the knee with a lead pipe and Lewin performed a piledriver to Jimmy at the entrance ramp area. Lewin then threw Valiant to the storage pit below where Sullivan pinned him. Sullivan’s Army of Darkness (Luna Vachon, Mark Lewin, Irwin Shyster and Sullivan) all came out on the ramp to raise their arms in victory. Sullivan – “We are the followers of Abudadein and we will always triumph.”

6. Big Van Vader; Super Choke Slam pin over Lex Luger after Jim Cornette hit Lex with a tennis racket.

7. WCW TAG TITLE – Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) (Challengers) beat Road Warriors (Hawk/Animal) (Champions). During and OOR Brawl, Hawk was counted out. The Road Warriors retain the WCW tag Title.
FrankC - Oct 30, 2010 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: 1973 Mid-Atlantic
Mid-Atlantic TV Wrestling – WRAL Chan 5 – Shelby, NC

Announcers; Bob Caudle and Nick Pond.


Bob Caudle – Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic TV Wrestling show today in our studio. You will see this morning the mean Ripper Collins. His rants and rages in the ring are becoming legendary. Sheik Adan El Kassie will be on hand with his new manager Crybaby Cannon. The Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller will brag and strut around our ring today. Jimmy Snuka will face Cowboy Bob Orton in a battle of two up and coming youngsters; one rule breaker and one fan favorite. Our feature event will have The Hollywood Blonds facing The Jivetones. Here is a great match that is a Main Event anywhere. Let’s get to the action………………….


1. Ripper Collins won by DQ over Wildman Mike Boyette who was too bloody to continue. Big X on the TV.

2. Sheik Adnan Elo Kassie; Bagdad Death Lock Submission over Ben Ortiz.

3. Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller; Fuller Leglock Submission over Jim Dillinger.

4. Jimmy Snuka; Smashing Headbutt pin over Cowboy Bob Orton after Ron Fuller, who was at ringside, grabbed Orton’s legs setting up the Headbutt.

5. Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown) beat The Jivetones (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr). Tiger Conway Jr was Counted-Out during and OOR Brawl.
indianaice - Oct 30, 2010 - 01:26 PM
Post subject:
Hiya Frank. Good to see that you are back and doing well. I missed your shows while you were absent. I believe someone mentioned on these threads a while back that a lot of the wrestlers you have in your feds were guys you created yourself. My question is, what criteria did you use to come up with their overall point grades. I like to do the same thing with some of the wrestlers from the LA WWA promotion in the 60's but really not comfortable with giving them numeric grades for fear that they may be "off" here and there. Can you give me a brief primer as to how you do your "bootlegs"?

Thanks in advance,

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Oct 30, 2010 - 05:22 PM
Post subject: wrestlers
indianaice, I read up on the wrestler usually by typing in his name on a search. Then I used my own knowledge of him along with the write up. His finisher is usually listed and many accomplishments. I don't think you can go wrong with rating your wrestlers. Give them a try and see what you come up with.

I really doubt that you can do wrong with ratings if you use your own knowledge because this is not an exact science.

Think of wrestlers in this manner;

1. Ultimate Superstars (2,600 - 2, 900)
2. Superstar (2,200 - 2,500)
3. Very Good (1,700 - 2,100)
4. Fair to Good (1,400 - 1,600)
5. Mid-carder (1,100 - 1,300)
6. Jobber (1,000 and below)
FrankC - Oct 31, 2010 - 09:00 AM
Post subject: WCW Halloween Havoc 10-31
WCW – Veterans Memorial Arena (Halloween Havoc) – Jacksonville, FL ATT: 16,104

Announcers; Tony Schiavone and Eric Bischoff


1. Lord Steven Regal; Regal Stretch Submission over Tim Hoerner.

2. Pistol Pez Whatley won by Count-Out over Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster.

3. Maniac Mark Lewin pinned Disco Inferno while Luna Vachon reached in and gave Disco a Crotch Claw.

4. Harlem Heat (Stevie Ray/Booker T) beat Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Booker T (Kole) pinned Jerry Saggs after Sherri Martel crowned Saggs with a microphone.

5. Wildfire Tommy Rich;Thesz Press Pin over Buddy Landel. Dawn Marie hit Buddy, by mistake with a Loaded Purse.

6. Ricky Steamboat won by Count-Out over Arn Anderson. Anderson was arguing with Lex Luger at ringside and failed to make the count.

7. WCW TITLE – Sting (Champion) pinned Ric Flair (Challenger) after LexLuger reached in and tripped Flair. Sting retains the WCW Title.
FrankC - Nov 02, 2010 - 09:10 AM
Post subject: 1973 - CWF 11/2
CWF (Championship Wrestling from Florida) – WCIX Chan 6 – Miami

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary Referee; Jack Mason



Barbara Clary – This is a big show this morning as we look to the Arena meetings. Here in our studio you will see Buddy Colt. He is the master of the Piledriver. Jos LeDuc is also here. The fans are never sure how to take the lumberjack. Just be sure that he is a rough dude. American Breed will be in action. Billy Red Cloud and Wahoo McDaniel have shown us a lot of moxie. Mean and rough Ox baker will face the always tough Sonny King and in the feature event Cowboy Bill Watts will face Chris Markoff. Markoff will have Crybaby Cannon by his side so Bill best beware. Gordie Solie is standing by for an interview with Bill Watts………………………………..



Gordie Solie Interview – As Gordie was interviewing Cowboy Bill Watts, Chris Markoff and Crybaby Cannon came on the scene. Cannon complained that Solie was ignoring his wrestlers for interviews. Cannon then pushed Solie. Watts moved to protect Gordie but Markoff hit Bill in the temple with Brass Nucks. Watts fell to the floor. Cannon then kick Watts with a loaded boot. Buddy Colt came out and chased Markoff an Cannon away. This change in Colt’s attitude will vault him to #5 in the popularity rankings. Watts has -300 from his total points for this up and coming match.



1. Buddy Colt; Piledriver pin over Maniac Mike Conrad.

2. Jos LeDuc; One Armed Backbreaker submission over Ken Dillinger.

3. American Breed (Billy Red Cloud/Chief Wahoo McDaniel) beat Lee “Cat” Wong/Joe Turko. Billy Red Cloud; Indian Sleeper submission over Joe Turko.

4. Ox Baker won by DQ over Sonny King. King was too bloody to continue. BIG X on the TV.

5. Chris Markoff pinned Cowboy Bill Watts. Crybaby Cannon yanked Watts from the ring headfirst while referee Jack Mason was KO’d. Watts split his head open on the concrete. Cannon and Markoff then pushed Watts back into the ring. When Mason woke Markoff was pinning Watts with the help of rope leverage by Cannon which Mason couldn’t see.

Barbara Clary - We had a lot of excitement here today. It should lead to bigger feuds at the Arena shows. Chris markoff is a force with Crybaby Cannon at his side but I expect that Cowboy Bill watts will be looking for some violent revenge. Ox Baker is like a machine. He will just punish his opponent like his did against Sonny King. How about Buddy Colt coming to the rescue of Bill Watts and Gordie Solie. When I asked him about this he replied; "I have had enough of Markoff and Cannon and the rest of Cannon's stable. I expect that Bill Watts will recover and get his revenge but Gordie Solie doesn't deserve this kind of treatment."
FrankC - Nov 03, 2010 - 06:59 AM
Post subject: 1991 WWF 11-3
WWF – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY ATT: 17,978

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Lord Alfred Hayes



1. Brooklyn Brawler; Sidewalk Slam pin over Robbie Ellis.

2. Haku; Tonganese Spike to Throat submission over Duke of Dorchester.

3. The Bezerker pinned Johnny B. Badd after Sheik Adnan gave Bezerker a tire iron for a KO.

4. The Rockers (Marty Janetty/Shawn Michaels) beat Iron Nailz (Iron Mike Sharp/Nailz). Shawn Michaels pinned Iron Mike Sharp.

5. Jeff Jarrett won by Count-Out over Jimmy Snuka. Snuka was chasing Kimona Wannalaya outside the ring and failed to make the count.

6. Hulk Hogan; Running Jumping Legdrop pin over Dino Bravo.

7. WWF Tag Title – A.P.A. Acolytes Protection Agency (Farooq/Bradshaw) (Champions) beat Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian). Farooq; Domination (Inverted Powerslam) pin over Barbarian. A.P.A. retains the Tag Team Title.
FrankC - Nov 04, 2010 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: 1973 - Mid-Atlantic 11-4
Announcers; Billy Powell and Joe Munick, Referee; Larry Lisowski

Joe Munick - Wecome to our show in Richmond. As you know I have been the announcer at many studio shows but this one has the stars to make it anywhere with feature events. The great international star Bill Robinson is here and he will face Bull Pomettti the unknown wrestler from Argentina. He has been helped by Crybaby Cannon as of late. King Louie Tillet is on hand. He wants another shot at Mean Mike McCord’s Southern Title. Mr. Wrestling #1 and #2 will face The Blackhearts team of Black Gordman and Great Goliat. This should be a great match. Young Don Muraco will face tough Bulldog Brower. Crybaby Cannon will be in Brower’s corner so this is no easy task for Muraco. The feature will have the popular Bobby Shane meeting Beauregarde. Beauregarde has been impressive. Let’s get to the show…………………

1. Billy Robinson; Double Underhook Suplex pin over Bull Pometti. After the match the Policia from Agentina came to ringside and presented their credentials. They arrested Bull Pometti . He is wanted in Buenos Aires for bigamy (3 wives) and in Villa Crespo for cattle rustling.

2. King Louie Tillet won by DQ over Wolfman Smith. Smith slugged referee Larry Lisowski after getting frustrated.

3. Mr Wrestling #1 & #2 beat The Blackhearts (Black Gordman/Great Goliat). Mr. Wrestling II; Million $ Kneelift pin over Great Goliat.

4. Bulldog Brower won by Count-Out over Don Muraco. Muraco was chasing Crybaby Cannon OOR and failed to make the count.

5. Bobby Shane and Beauregarde; Time Limit Draw.
FrankC - Nov 05, 2010 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: WWF 11-5
WWF – 1st Mariner’s Arena – Baltimore, MD Att: 13,492
Announcers; Sean Mooney and Jesse Ventura

1. Duke “Dumpster” Droese pinned Bastian Booger. Booger tried to enter the ring with a TV and tripped in the process KOing himself. He was an easy pin.

2. Jim Powers pinned Skinner after a reverse chairshot.

3. King Kong Bundy pinned Tugboat. Tugboat was arguing with Bundy’s manager Bobby Heenan and Bundy clocked him from behind.

4. Smokin’ Gunns (Billy/Bart) beat SST-Samoan Swat Team (Fatu/Samu). Billy pinned Samu by using a Foreign Object that Mr.Fuji was trying to hand to Samu.

5. Mr. Perfect pinned Brutus Beefcake after throwing him face first onto the concrete floor from the ring and then throwing him several times into the steel steps.

6. CASKET MATCH – The Undertaker “closed the lid” on Big Bossman to win the casket match after a Chokeslam and a roll into the casket. The Undertaker and Paul Bearer rolled the casket away.

7. INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE – Tatanka pinned Rick Martel-The Model. Martel’s manager Lisa Moretti was conferring with Rick when Tatanka rolled him up for the pin. Tatanka retains the Intercontinental Title.


Note; Several officials including commissioner Tony Garea questioned The Undertaker and Paul Bearer about the location of the casket where Big Bossman is buried. Neither would respond. Bossman’s manager Slick wants The Undertaker and Paul suspended permanently.
Carparama - Nov 05, 2010 - 05:41 PM
Post subject: RE: WWF 11-5
OH MAN. WWF! This is getting even better. I adored this topic before, but now I am in love with it. Droese for champion~
FrankC - Nov 07, 2010 - 08:40 AM
Post subject: 1973 Northern 11-7
1973 Northern - Boston Garden – Boston, MA ATT: 17,534

Announcers; Pat Patterson & Ray Morgan



1. Gino Brito; Figure Four Submission over Pete Doherty.

2. Air Attack (Greg Gagne/Sgt, Frank Holz) beat Bowery Boys (Frank Durso/Joe Abby). Joe Abby got frustrated and slugged referee Joe Benello who called for the bell.

3. Mr. Fuji; Cobra Clutch Submission over Luis Martinez.

4. Stan Stasiak won by DQ over Ivan Koloff after Tony Angelo entered the ring with a chair.

5. Supererstar Billy Graham pinned Tony Rocco after The Grand Wizard hit Rocco with a bottle.

6. Haystacks Calhoon; Body Splash Pin over Ken Patera. Haystacks reversed a chair shot initiated by Crybaby Cannon, Patera’s manager.

7. TAG TITLE - Pacific Wave (Dean Ho/Tony Garea) (Champions) beat The Love Brothers (Rotten Reginald/Horrible Hartford) (Challengers) . Hobrrible Hartford was DQ’d because he was too bloody to continue.
FrankC - Nov 08, 2010 - 08:33 AM
Post subject: WWF 11-8
WWF _ US Bank Arena – Cincinnati, OH ATT: 16,934

Announcers; Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler



Commissioner Tony Garea – As a result of silence after the Casket Match with The Undertaker and Big Boss man, I had to permanently suspend The Undertaker (boos heard throughout the arena) and Paul Bearer because they would not reveal where, In Baltimore, they had buried the casket. We finally located the casket buried behind the arena in a park. The problem is that the casket was empty. I later got a call that a Cobb’s County Georgia guard was at Hannigan’s Waterfront Saloon. It was The Big Bossman who had no recollection of the evening events. As a result of the suspension for burying Big Bossman, I must lift the suspension (loud cheers heard throughout the arena) because he never got buried. How he ended up at Hannigan’s Saloon with a memory loss is another story.



1. Bob Holly pinned Big Bully Busick. Busick tried a top rope jump and landed on empty canvas.

2. Ludvig Borga pinned Playboy Buddy Rose after ko’ing him with the steel steps during an OOR brawl.

3. Gangrel won by Count-Out over T.L. Hopper. Luna Vachon crowned Hopper with the Gong-Bell outside the ring.

4. KroniK (Crush/Adam Bomb) won by DQ over Demolition (Smash/Ax) after smash entered the ring with a 2 x 4 and referee Earl Hebner called for the bell.

5. Million Dollar Man pinned Jake “Snake” Roberts after Sensational Sherri sprayed perfume into Jake’s eyes.

6. Randy Savage won by Count-Out over Ravishing Rick Rude. Rude chased Miss Elizabeth and failed to make the count.

7. WWF Heavyweight Title – Billy Jack Haynes (Challenger); Full Nelson Submission over Earthquake (Champion). Billy Jack wins the WWF Title.
MKABear - Nov 08, 2010 - 09:22 PM
Post subject:
Great angle on the Undertaker / Bossman fiasco!
FrankC - Nov 09, 2010 - 08:42 AM
Post subject: 1973 Northern 11-9
Note to MKA Bear; I am glad you enjoy the Undertaker-Bossman fiasco. It started with a previous Casket Match won by Bossman when his manager Slick hit Undertaker to the skull with a shovel. The Undertaker has since been on a revenge against everyone and The Casket Match is his trademark. I have a special chart (not unlike the Falls Count Anywhere Finish chart) to determine where the Undertaker eventually leave his opponent. This is an early version of the Undertaker and he will face anyone. Keep in mind that he has no redeeming qualities. Simply put, he not likable.


Northern – Boardwalk Hall – Atlantic City, NJ ATT: 13,128

Announcers; Antonio Rocca and Vince McMahon



1. Spaceman Frank Hickey pinned Chuck “Popeye” Richards using and Illegal Choke followed by Holding the Tights.

2. Killer Karl Krupp; Claw Hold Submission over Tony DiPaulo.

3. Wolfman Farkus and Kevin Sullivan; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

4. Mongolian Stomper; Falling Headbutt to Groin Pin over Tony “Battman” Marino.

5. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan) beat Crusher & Bruiser. Blackjack Mulligan pinned Crusher while Lou Albano held the ropes for leverage.

6. Larry “Ax” Hennig won by DQ over Gorilla Monsoon. Bobby Heenan got angry and socked referee Dick Woerhle who called for the bell.

7. WWF Title – Bruno Sammartino (Champion) pinned Baron Mikel Sciluna (Challenger) after Freddie Blassie hit the Baron by mistake with his loaded cane. Sammartino retains the WWF Title.
FrankC - Nov 10, 2010 - 08:28 AM
Post subject: WWF 11-10
WWF – LaCrosse Center, LaCrosse, WI ATT: 7,998

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Todd Pettingill



1. Jimmy Jack Funk; Bulldog Pin over Barry Horowitz after beat barry’s head on the entrance ramp during OOR Brawl.

2. The Mountie pinned Sam Houston after hitting Sam in the skull with the butt of the Stun Gun.

3. Hacksaw Jim Duggan; Three Point tackle pin over Papa Shango while Papa was conferring with Sinister Minister. In the post match Sinister Minister KO’s Hacksaw with a loaded good book and Papa poured Voodoo Syrup on Hacksaw’s body.

4. Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake) beat The Headbangers (Thrasher/Mosh). Blake pinned Mosh after a Beau wicked Chairshot.

5. Stunning Steve Austin; Pointed Elbow Drop Pin over Junkyard Dog after a Cornette smash with his Tennis Racket.

6. Razor Ramon won by Count-Out over Sgt. Slaughter as Slaughter was arguing with Steve Austin at ringside and failed to make the count.

7. Ultimate Warrior; Press Slam Pin over Bam Bam Bigelow. Warrior took Jimmy Hart’s megaphone and used it on Bam Bam for the KO.

8. The Bushwhackers (Luke/Butch) won by DQ The Hart Foundation (Jim Neidhart/Bret Hart). Jimmy Hart jumped on referee Dick Kroll during a near pin on Neidhart.
MKABear - Nov 10, 2010 - 11:32 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 Northern 11-9
FrankC wrote:
This is an early version of the Undertaker and he will face anyone. Keep in mind that he has no redeeming qualities. Simply put, he not likable.




Well more the reason for me to like him. Except I am not a 7 foot tall, highly trained athlete at the top of my game. But the no redeeming qualities thing is spot on!
Dave_Barton - Nov 10, 2010 - 03:25 PM
Post subject: Re: WWF 11-10
FrankC wrote:
Papa poured Voodoo Syrup on Hacksaw’s body.


Would that be chocolate or strawberry flavor? Laughing
FrankC - Nov 10, 2010 - 03:44 PM
Post subject: syrup
I never quite understood the syrup gimmick of Papa Shango. The wrestlers would act a bit strange for a match or two later. I use it as a rematch calling with the opponent 100 points less for that match. The syrup looked like maple syrup or molasses. Papa was pretty intimidating.
Dave_Barton - Nov 11, 2010 - 09:36 AM
Post subject:
I remember him setting a jobber's hand on fire (from a distance...mentally, maybe?) once. And I also remember Warrior suspiciously wearing a windbreaker while giving an interview with Mean Gene, and the syrup pouring down Warrior's head toward the end of the match. Looked like old motor oil to me, I don't think I ever saw it again.

Oh, and who could forget Warrior "vomiting" pea soup all over the locker room!

Yeah, Papa Shango had some...interesting...non-wrestling tactics.
FrankC - Nov 11, 2010 - 09:57 AM
Post subject: 1973 Northern Wrestling 11-11
Northern - Duluth Entertainment Center – Duluth, MN ATT: 6,796

Announcers; Al DeRusha and Roger Kent



Note; The Special REVENGE MATCH between The Ring Busters (Dominic DeNucci and Tony Parisi) VS The Valiants (Handsome Jimmy and Evil Johnny) is a result of the Non-Title Studio Match between Tony Parisi and Jimmy Valiant. Parisi was counted out during that match but was humiliated first by Jimmy who threw him from the ring face first to the cement and then by The Grand Wizard who kicked Tony repeatedly with a loaded boot. The REVENGE MATCH is similar to the Nebraska Bull Rope Match. There is a Revenge Bell (Cow Bell) and a whip at the other two corners. They can be used legally if the wrestler can reach the weapons. The ring is surrounded by wrestlers who will throw an OOR active wrestler back into the ring.

1. Executioner #2 pinned Don Serrano after Freddie Blassie hit Don over the head with a cane.

2. Rising Suns (Toru Tanaka/Mr. Fuji) beat The Soto’s (Manuel/Roberto). Mr. Fuji; Kamikaze Clothesline pin over Manuel Soto.

3. Waldo Von Erich; Top Rope Knee Drop pin over Ron Ritchie.

4. George “Animal” Steele pinned Stan Vachon after Lou Albano KO’d Stan with a Tire Iron.

5. REVENGE MATCH – The Valiants (Handsome Jimmy/Evil Johnny) won by DQ over The Ring Busters (Dominic DeNucci/ Tony Parisi). Parisi was too bloody to continue after Jimmy cut Tony’s forehead with a sharp object given to him by the Grand Wizard.

6. Arnold Skaaland won by DQ over Larry Zbyszko. Larry was too bloody to continue. Arnold found the sharp object used by Jimmy. It was suck in the ring post. Arnold used it on Larry.

7. Mid-West Title – Pedro Morales won by DQ over Ricky “Crusher” Cortez. Cortez was ordered to break an Illegal Hold. He got frustrated and slugged Referee Jack Terry.

8. CAGE MATCH – Chief Jay Strongbow beat Killer Karl Kox. Chief Jay tied Kox into the ropes next to the cage wall and then pummeled him with Brass Nucks that were taken from Kox. Killer Kark was helpless as Chief Jay climbed to victory.
FrankC - Nov 13, 2010 - 09:57 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-13
WCCW – Vining Arena – Arkadelphia, AR ATT: 5,240
Announcers; Mike Tenay and David Penzer

1. Steve Doll won by Count-Out over Johnny Rodz.
2. Maniac Matt Borne; Bridging German Suplex pin over Jimmy Golden.
3. Batten Twins (Bart/Brad) beat Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware). Koko was DQ’d by Bronco Lubich for a Chairshot to Bart’s skull.
4. The Patriot pinned Killer Tim Brooks. Brooks was distracted by Bugsy McGraw who was at ringside and it led to the pin.
5. Bugsy McGraw won by DQ over Kamala. Skandor Akbar burned Bugsy with his cigar. Bronco Lubich saw Skandor and called for the bell.
6. Kerry Von Erich won by DQ over Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin. Precious tried to hit Kerry with power to the face and hit Bronco Lubich by mistake.
7. WCCW TV TITLE – Brian Adidas (Champion); Russian Leg Sweep pin over Al Madril (Challenger). Bugsy McGraw who was at ringside hit Al with a cow bell. Brian Adidas retains the TV Title.

David Penzer – Some very good cards have several Count-Out or DQ endings. This happens to one of those cards. It seems as though the most active athlete today was Bronco Lubich who had to watch as some of the most untrustworthy wrestlers and managers were at their best. Skandor Akbar continues to irritate but it is leading to a fabulous stable record in spite of the loss today. Precious will do anything to save Jimmy Garvin. Bugsy McGraw is going to have his hands full with Killer Tim Brooks and Al Madril.
FrankC - Nov 14, 2010 - 10:31 AM
Post subject: 1973 Northern
Northern – Wisconsin Center Arena – Milwaukee, WI ATT: 11,884

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Lou Thesz


1. Professor Toru Tanaka; Nerve Hold submission over Frank Durso.

2. Tony Parisi pinned Tony Angelo. Ivan Koloff was at ringside and tried to hit Parisi with a chain. It missed and hit Angelo.

3. Eric the Red won by DQ over Sgt Frank Holz. Holz was too bloody to continue.

4. Texas Outlaws (Dick Murdock/Dusty Rhodes) beat The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog). Dick Murdock; Brainbuster pin over Maddog after Dusty took a chair, meant for Murdock, from Lord Alfred Hayes and used it.

5. The Sheik and Greg Gagne; Time Limit Draw. The Sheik claiming he won the match tried to stab Greg with a pencil but Dick the Bruiser interfered body slamming The Sheik several times while Greg was fighting with Crybaby Cannon.

6. Dick the Bruiser won by DQ over Baron Von Rashke after the Baron tried to enter the ring with a baseball bat. Referee Mike Sparks called for the bell.

7. Intercontinental Title – Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Johnny Powers using an Illegal Chokehold and then leverage by The Grand Wizard on the ropes. Handsome Jimmy Valiant retains the Intercontinental Title.



Gene Okerlund – “This has been another great night of wrestling. Professor Toru Tanaka is getting recognized beyond the tag matches. He is a force. The injured Tony Parisi was able to hold off Tony Angelo as Ivan tried to come to the rescue of his manager. Eric the Red is just plain mean and his manager the Grand Wizard is call for blood. He got his wish on poor Frank Holz. The Texas Outlaws are making their mark. This was a great tag match with The Vachons. Lord Alfred should have stayed out of it. The Sheik and his manager were frustrated by young Greg Gagne. Dick the Bruiser has no love lost toward Baron Von Rashke and vice versa. This feud is far from over with Dick having to watch out for The Sheik too. Handsome Jimmy Valiant found a way to cheat to another title defense. Amid the cups and food being thrown at him he managed to choke his way to victory over Johnny Powers. Powers is among the “Most Admired” wrestlers ever while handsome Jimmy continues to seal his “Most Hated” in a vault.”
FrankC - Nov 15, 2010 - 09:17 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-15
WCCW – Blackman Coliseum – Lafayette, LA ATT: 6,382

Announcers; Bill Mercer and Frank Dusek


1. Missing Link; High Flying Headbutt pin over Johnny Mantel.

2. Great kabuki; Green Mist pin over Brickhouse Brown after Percy Pringle smashed his cane to Brown’s skull.

3. Maddog Buzz Sawyer won by Count-Out over Jeep Swenson. Jeep was chasing Percy Pringle and failed to make the count.

4. Native Americans (Mark Youngblood/Jules Strongbow) beat Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton). Mark pinned Len Denton after Dirty White Girl tripped Denton by mistake.

5. CAGE MATCH – Super American Ninja (Brian Adams) beat Boris Zuchoffe. Ninja threw Boris from the cage top to the canvas below. He then followed with a flying elbow.

6. Commissioner Cowboy Bill Watts got sick of the antics by Gino Hernandez and Dingo Warrior and ordered a FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE match. - Dingo Warrior pinned Gino Hernandez on the sidewalk in front of the Bayou Tavern after Warrior threw Gino through a plate glass window.

7. TEXAS TITLE – Austin Idol (Challenger) pinned Black Bart (Champion). Jim Cornette tried twice to smash Idol with his tennis racket. Both times were reversed. Sensational Sherri got the tennis racket the 2nd time and gave it to Idol who KO’d Bart for the pin. Austin Idol wins the Texas Title.

Black Bart held the Texas Title since this past April. He had a pretty good run.
MKABear - Nov 15, 2010 - 10:05 AM
Post subject: Re: 1973 Northern
FrankC wrote:
Northern – Wisconsin Center Arena – Milwaukee, WI ATT: 11,884

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Lou Thesz

7. Intercontinental Title – Handsome Jimmy Valiant pinned Johnny Powers using an Illegal Chokehold and then leverage by The Grand Wizard on the ropes. Handsome Jimmy Valiant retains the Intercontinental Title.



Gene Okerlund – “... Handsome Jimmy Valiant found a way to cheat to another title defense. Amid the cups and food being thrown at him he managed to choke his way to victory over Johnny Powers. Powers is among the “Most Admired” wrestlers ever while handsome Jimmy continues to seal his “Most Hated” in a vault.”


HJV - "Week in week out, Okerlund, you claim you see cheating/foul play coming from Handsome Jimmy and the Grand Wizard, but I notice you don't have, never have had, and never will have a belt around your waist, so why don't you stick to something you know something about, like whether that whine goes with your cheese?"

WARNING - Turn down your speakers a bit before playing this!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TCEPETXlVo
FrankC - Nov 16, 2010 - 09:29 AM
Post subject: 1973 Southern 11-16
Southern Wrestling - Lee County Civic Center – Ft. Myers, FL ATT: 7,792

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Jay Goodley


1. Beauregarde and Cowboy Parker; Double Count-Out during OOR Big Brawl Action.

2. Exotic Adrian Street pinned Hangman Jim Grabmire using vicious eye gouges and leverage of ropes by Miss Linda.

3. Bolo Mongol pinned Easy Ed Francis. Francis was blinded by blood from a slash with a Foreign Object.

4. Royal Kangaroos (Lord Johnathan Boyd/Norman Frederick Charles III) beat The Jivetones (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr). Boyd; Neckbreaker pin over Conway Jr.

5. Bobby Shane pinned Bill Spears with a Reverse Chairshot.

6. Billy Robinson won by DQ over Sheik Adnan El Kassie. The Sheik was too bloody to continue. Crybaby Cannon, claiming foul play, is demanding a LIBYAN DEATH MATCH as a means of revenge.

7. FLORIDA HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – Bob Armstrong (Champion) won by DQ over Jimmy Snuka (Challenger). Snuka crowned Armstrong with a coconut and referee Mario Savoldi called for the bell. Bob Armstrong retains the Florida Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - Nov 17, 2010 - 11:02 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-17
WCCW – Stafford Sports Complex – Stafford, MO ATT: 4,124

Announcers; Steve Harms and Dan Coates



1. Steve Cox; Shooting Star Press pin over Mark Youngblood after Rip “Crippler” Oliver, who was at ringside, hit Mark with a Foreign Object.

2. Rip “Crippler” Oliver; Taped Thumb to Throat pin over Kendall Windham while Missy Hyatt held Kendalls feet.

3. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers) beat the Rock N’ Roll RPM’s (Mike Davis/Tommy Lane). Bobby Fulton; Rocket Launcher pin over Tommy Lane.

4. Terry Sims won by DQ over Crusher Yukoff. Playboy Gary hart entered the ring and pushed referee Chad Patton.

5. Jake “Snake” Roberts won by Count-Out over Iceman “King” Parsons. Iceman got frustrated and chased Baby Doll to the Locker Room area. Iceman failed to make the count.

6. Killer Kahn; Spit Green Mist pin over Chris Adams while Playboy Gary Hart argued with Adams.

7. WCCW TAG TITLE – The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun) (Challengers) won by DQ over Coast Connection (Jack Victory/John Tatum) (Champions). Jack Victory used a chair as a weapon so referee Chad Patton called for the bell. Coast Connection retains the WCCW Tag Title.
FrankC - Nov 19, 2010 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: 70's Southern 11-19
Southern – Owensboro Sports Cener – Owensboro, KY Att: 7,008

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Rich Landrum


1. Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller; Fuller Leglock submission over Nobleman Joe Turko.

2. Ripper Collins; Falling Ax (Elbow to Throat) pin over Gordon Nelson.

3. Bobby Duncum pinned Bob Orton Jr. after Homer O’Dell hit Orton with a pail to the skull.

4. King Louie Tillet and Roger Kirby; Draw when both wrestlers were too bloody to continue.

5. Native Americans (Billy Red Cloud/Wahoo McDaniel) won by DQ over Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown). Roberts refused to break a choke hold while Wahoo was tied in the ropes.

6. CAGE MATCH – Cowboy Bill Watts beat Chris Markoff. Watts performed an Atomic Drop from halfway up the cage and then followed with The Oklahoma Stampede. Markoff was left helpless.

7. NWA TAG TITLE – Mr. Wrestling #1 and #2 (Challengers) beat Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller) (Champions). Mr. Wrestling #2 pinned Mark Lewin after a Reverse Chairshot. Mr Wrestling #1 and #2 win the Tag Team Title.
FrankC - Nov 20, 2010 - 09:35 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-20
WCCW – Sportatorium – Dallas, TX - KXTX –TV Att: 3,882

Announcers; Mark Lowence and Gene Goodson


1. Phil Hickerson won by Count-Out over Rock N’ Roll Buck Zumhoffe.

2. Skip Young pinned Angel of Death as B. Brian Blair, at ringside distracted Angel.

3. B. Brian Blair pinned Taras Bulba with a Reverse Gong-Bell Smash.

4. Cactus Jack Manson pinned Cowboy Scott Casey. Skandor Akbar gave Cactus a Roll of Coins for the Whack!!

5. The Von Erichs (Kevin/Lance) beat The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts). Kevin pinned Michael Hayes after Sunshine threw been in Hayes’ face.

6. Eric Embry pinned One Man Gang. Skandor Akbar tried to give Gang Brass Nucks but Embry got them and used for the KO.

7. WCCW HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – David Von Erich (Challenger) pinned Al Perez (Champion) after a Reverse Chairshot resulted in a Dropkick Chairshot to the mush. David Von Erich wins the WCCW Title.
FrankC - Nov 21, 2010 - 09:25 AM
Post subject: Southern 11-21
Southern – Nashville Municipal Auditorium –Nashville, TN ATT: 9,576

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Ed Caprel



Ed Caprel – The scheduled Southern Title match between Mike McCord who wants to be called The Idol and Buddy Colt has been changed. Colt’s confrontation with Dick Slater resulted with Slater pouring a barrel of Cola over Buddy’s head and then beating him with the barrel. Buddy wants his revenge and has agreed to a “Loser Leave the Federation” Match. Bob Roop, the young sensation, will be the opponent to “The Idol” Mike McCord.

1. El Olympico won by DQ over Wildman Mike Boyette. Boyette was too bloody to continue.

2. Great Mephisto pinned Chuck O’Connor. Shelina used Pepper Spray to Chuck’s eyes.

3. Ox Baker; Heart Punch pin over Big Bill Dromo.

4. Don Muraco; DDT pin over Bulldog Brower.

5. Dick Slater pinned Buddy Colt. Mike McCord at ringside gave Slater a Roll of Coins to used for the KO. After the match Slater and McCord shook hands. McCord then took the microphone and said “Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish.” The fans pelted both villains with cups and food.

6. Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa/King Curtis) beat Brisco Funk Connection (Jack Brisco/Terry Funk). Arakawa pinned Jack Brisco after Terry Funk crowned Jack with a fake NWA Belt. Terry refused to tag in and decided to leave ringside but used the fake belt for the KO before leaving. The fans pelted Terry Funk with cups and food. The concession stands are busy tonight.

7. SOUTHERN TITLE – “The Idol” Mike McCord (Champion) and Bob Roop (Challenger); Double Count Out during OOR Brawl. Mike McCord retains the Southern Heavyweight Title.



Jess McGrath – Wow!! What else can be said. Buddy Colt will be leaving the Federation. “The Idol” Mike McCord helped push Buddy on his way and Dick Slater, who I thought was a nice young up & coming wrestler turns into an associate of the rough side. How about Terry Funk.? Still angry about the tag team title loss and blaming his partner Jack Brisco, Terry makes his own fake belt and uses it as he abandons Jack during the match. Changes are coming in the Federation. It will be exciting but not pretty.
MKABear - Nov 21, 2010 - 06:42 PM
Post subject: Re: Southern 11-21
FrankC wrote:


5. Dick Slater pinned Buddy Colt. Mike McCord at ringside gave Slater a Roll of Coins to used for the KO. After the match Slater and McCord shook hands. McCord then took the microphone and said “Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish.” The fans pelted both villains with cups and food.

You only got part of this correct McGrath. If you check your tape, none of the cups or food hit The Idol McCord, he used his Southern Heavyweight Title belt as a shield against these unruly Nashville fans.

6. Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa/King Curtis) beat Brisco Funk Connection (Jack Brisco/Terry Funk). Arakawa pinned Jack Brisco after Terry Funk crowned Jack with a fake NWA Belt. Terry refused to tag in and decided to leave ringside but used the fake belt for the KO before leaving. The fans pelted Terry Funk with cups and food. The concession stands are busy tonight.

7. SOUTHERN TITLE – “The Idol” Mike McCord (Champion) and Bob Roop (Challenger); Double Count Out during OOR Brawl. Mike McCord retains the Southern Heavyweight Title.



And how about that Terry Funk. If Brisco would have tagged him in, they would be Champions right now, but Brisco was too self centered and wanted to do it all himself. The pop knot on his head will remind him for the next few days, you don't double cross Terry Funk!
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FrankC - Nov 22, 2010 - 09:00 AM
Post subject: ECW - Hardcore - 11-22
ECW – Wonderland – Revere, MA ATT: 3,100
Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette

1. 911 pinned Tony DeVito after Paul Hayman hit Tony in the skull with a briefcase.

2. Big Dick Dudley pinned Nova. Joel Gertner hit Nova with his Loaded Neckbrace.

3. Yoshihiro Tajiri won by Count-Out over Sid Vicious. Sid and Downtown Bruno left ringside after complaining that referee Mike Adamie is crooked and favored Tajiri.

4. The Mamalukes (Johnny Stamboli/Vito Lograsso) won by DQ over Blue World Order (Stevie Richards/Blue Meanie). Blue Meanie entered the ring with a Barbed Wire Baseball Bat to use on Vito. Referee Mike Adamie called for the bell.

5. FALL COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH – Balz Mahoney pinned Amish Roadkill after throwing him through the Ticket Booth and crashing down the walls.

6. ECW TV TITLE – Chris Candido pinned Kid Kash while Tammy Sytch (Sunny) held the ropes for leverage. Chris Candido retains the TV Title.

FrankC - I continue to run my ECW - Hardcore Federation because of my love for it at the time it existed. The fans were very loyal and the constant chants of "ECW" was indicative of that loyalty. I would see ECW shows at Wonderland Dog Track or at the Fall River Amory in MA. The shows, though much more violent, reminded me of the shows at the Ridgewood Grove in Brooklyn/Queens when I was a kid. ECW served a purpose by allowing escapism into an "Oh My God" world for a few hours. Eventually the finances caught up with Paul Hayman and he could no longer support the Federation. I am grateful that here, on this forum, I can share the results of my recreations.
St. Orlando - Nov 22, 2010 - 11:32 AM
Post subject: Indy/Hardcore
I still go to indy matches, especially the ones a mere three subway stops away from my current domicile. Balls is a friend/acquaintance and dudes like Red, Raven, Crowbar and Low Life Louie show up too. The Elks Lodge has been downsized. A $40 "front row" seat is overpriced, since the 7th row is about as far as you can possibly get from the action. It can get cramped, but the "fans" are all in all pretty decent. As in any live wrestling show, there are a few "women of size" (the PC term, I believe) and several of us moved chairs around to accomodate one of 'em. Prince Nana is a "fine young man" and the Nigerian Experience are two obsese men who refuse to speak a known language despite trying to sell stuff to folks. I have no use for the WWE, but the indys are cool. Yep.
FrankC - Nov 23, 2010 - 08:09 AM
Post subject: Southern Wrestling 11-23
Southern Wrestling - Macon Coliseum, Macon GA ATT: 9,128

Announcers Big Bill Ward and Stan Rhodes


Pre-Show Match – Beautiful Bruce Swayze; Running Power Slam Pin over Maniac Mike Conrad.

1. Crazy Luke Graham; Golden Spike pin over Blackjack Slade.

2. Moondog Mayne won by DQ over Wolfman Smith. Smith tried to enter the ring with a trach can so Eddie Gersh called for the bell.

3. Cowboy Bob Ellis; Bulldog Headlock pin over Big Bad John.

4. The Spoiler won by Count-Out over Hurricane Frank Hester after Frank’s head was crashed through the press table during an OOR Brawl.

5. Bass Brothers (Don/Ron) beat The Infernos (#1/#2). Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Inferno #1 with a pail to the skull.

6. Jos LeDuc pinned Dory Funk Jr. Colonel Homer O’Dell at ringside gave LeDuc a roll of coins for the KO. After the match the Colonel announced that LeDuc was now a member of his stable. O’Dell went on to say that gold would be around LeDuc’s waist in the near future.

7. NWA HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE – Paul Jones (Champion) won by DQ over Hans Schmidt (Challenger) when Schmidt refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold. Paul Jones retains the NWA Title.
indianaice - Nov 23, 2010 - 11:25 AM
Post subject:
So correct me if I am wrong, Col. Homer O'Dell is managing the Infernos and in the match against the Bass Brothers, he hit one of the Infernos with a pail by mistake.

I like to see a rematch between LeDuc and Funk Jr. If Funk wins, he should be in #1 contention for the NWA title held by Paul Jones.

ED
FrankC - Nov 23, 2010 - 12:45 PM
Post subject: Colonel Homer O'Dell
Actually Homer O'Dell manages The Bass Brothers as a favor to Ma Bass. Ma has been inactive lately.
FrankC - Nov 23, 2010 - 03:04 PM
Post subject: Colonel Homer O'Dell
I should have added a few things about O'Dell. When he began as a manager he was a farmer style persona. He was managing the very good team of Swede Hansen and Rip Hawk. He later expanded to include wrestlers like Buddy Colt, Toru Tanaka and Brute Bernard By the time Colt was part of O'Dell's stable, he had rid the bib overalls for a tuxedo.

O'Dell was a wrestler who scaled about 230 LBS. He went by the name Strangler O'Dell but in spite of the name he was hard pressed to get beyond jobber status. His best years as a wrestler were teaming with Bronco Lubich. His reputation as a manager far outweighs his forgotten time in the ring.
rickert - Nov 25, 2010 - 08:48 PM
Post subject:
Would you consider sharing your innovations and alterations for this game? I am going to start a fed with it and would like to see them.

You can correspond with me at: rickert46015@yahoo.com

Thanks
Rick T.
FrankC - Nov 26, 2010 - 06:37 AM
Post subject: innovations
I have some posted on the Ultra Quick downloads. MKA Bear posted them for me. It is listed as UQ Wrestlig Addons and is at the bottom of the list.

I will gladly answer an other questions and share any part of my game movements and charts.
FrankC - Nov 26, 2010 - 07:46 AM
Post subject: Northern - Thanksgiving Clash
Northern – Madison Square Garden – NYC – Att; 20,000+

Announcers; Pat Patterson and Billy Red Lyons


1. Crusher and Bruiser beat The Killers (Karl Kox/Karl Krupp). Bruiser pinned Karl Krupp

2. Ken Patura pinned Johnny Powers by using an Illegal Choke Hold.

3. Baron Von Raschke won by DQ over Larry “Ax” Hennig. Hennig was too bloody to continue.

4. Chief Jay Strongbow pinned Ivan Koloff . Tony Angelo tried to hit Strongbow with a chain and hit Koloff by mistake.

5. INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE – Larry Zbyszko (Challenger) won by Count-Out over Handsome Jimmy Valiant (Champion). Jimmy couldn’t make the count during an OOR Brawl. Valiany retains the Intercontinental Title.

6. NORTHERN TAG TITLE – Universal Wave (Dean Ho/Tony Garea)(Champions) beat the Blackjacks (Mulligan/Lanza)(Challengers). Tony Garea pinned Blackjack Mulligan after Lou Albano hit Mulligan with a tire Iron by mistake. Universal Wave retains the Tag Team Title.

7. AWA TITLE – Superstar Billy Graham (Challenger) pinned Pedro Morales (Champion) after the Grand Wizard slipped Graham a Money Clip to use for a KO. Superstar Graham wins the AWA Title.

8. WWWF TITLE – George “Animal” Steele pinned Bruno Sammartino while Lou Albano was distracting Special Referee Sputnik Monroe, Larry Zbyszko blindsided Bruno with a steel chair to the skull. Bruno fell helplessly to the mat. George ‘Animal” Steele wins the WWWF Title. Lou Albano and Larry Zbyszko celebrated after the win while George “Animal” Steele tried to eat his newly won belt.


Billy Red Lyons – I don’t know when there has ever been a better lineup. It is called Clash of the Champions and it was all of that. We saw 4 championship matches and 4 matches from past champions who are looking once again for gold. The shocker of the night, that left everyone stunned, is the evil turn of Larry Zbyszko. It led to Bruno losing the WWWF Title. The count was legit although the circumstances leading up to it were dreadful for Bruno. The celebration had Zbyszko shouting “I am the new Living Legend” while Lou Albano was screaming “Just call me The Captain.” Superstar Graham had help from the Grand Wizard but the gold was the bottom line and he took it from Pedro Morales. Universal wave held on the their Tag Team belts and Jimmy Valiant held on to the Intercontinental. Chief jay and Ivan Koloff will continue their feud as will Baron Von Raschke and Larry “The Ax”
Dave_Barton - Nov 26, 2010 - 11:38 AM
Post subject:
Its obvious George will only be a transitional champ...he only wrestles during the summer! (You'd need to have seen his shoot video to realize that...unless you were just really observant back in the day) Wink
FrankC - Nov 26, 2010 - 12:57 PM
Post subject: Animal
In my Federation Animal has only one job so as long as he can defend then he will remain the champ. The odd thing is that he may have been one of the more feared wrestlers, when he was a heel, that had the talent to win a title. As you pointed out there were reasons he didn't.
FrankC - Nov 27, 2010 - 09:33 AM
Post subject: Update 11-27
Time has been moved along by 2-3 years in my world of wrestling and the beginning of what I consider “The Golden Age” of wresting is taking place. I consider it “The Golden Age” because wrestling was out of the closet. It was being enjoyed by the masses now and being talked about. But this was still only the beginning. TV exposure was heavy and studio wrestling was still instumental.

I updated the Federations, Northern and Southern, with several wrestlers added to each Fed. I was able to add wrestlers from the very 1st Ultra Quick that Jeff released years ago. I looked up the debut of each wrestler added and if the date was 1978 or earlier then I used him. I was looking for some big names who could meld into the existing group and yet still operate with the 1970s charts. To make it easier I left the existing Champions.

Northern – A few of the additions included Ivan Putski , Dutch Savage, Dirty Dutch Mantel, Jim Brunzell, Rick Martel, Jesse Ventura, Rocky Johnson and Bob Backlund. Some of the loveable mid-carders include S.D.Jones, Rene Goulet, Rusty Brooks, Terry Gibbs and Charlie Fulton. There are so many others I didn’t mention.

Southern – A few of the additions included Johnny Eagles, Ronnie Garvin, Crusher Verdu, Steve Keirn, Tommy Rich, Seigfried Stanke, Masked Superstar (was Bolo Mongol/Bill Eadie), and Ric Flair. Some of the more lovable mid-carders include Salvatore Bellomo, Sodbuster Kenny Jay and Randy Brewer. There are so many others I didn’t mention.

I hope you will enjoy the changes and the necessary movement into the early “Golden Age.”
FrankC - Nov 27, 2010 - 10:11 AM
Post subject: Northern Studio show 11-27
Northeast – WWNY – Chan 9 New York City

Announcers; Ray Morgan and Jimmy Lennon

Referee; Johnny McAvoy


Jimmy Lennon – Our lineup today looks like a great arena show yet you are seeing it live on TV. Newcomer Dirty Dutch Mantel is in action. Dutch is never far from his trusted whip called “Shoo Baby.” Ivan Koloff is herr and we all know his reputation. Chief Jay Strongbow, the fans favorite will see action. The killers are looking for revenge against The Bowery Boys. The Killers suffered a humiliating defeat to the seldom victorious Boys not long ago. The popular Johnny Powers will face Eric the Red in what could be a main event anywhere and Tony Garea will be in a singles match. Let us get to the show…….

1. Terry Gibbs won by DQ over Dirty Dutch Mantel. Gibbs was tied in the ropes and Mantel was using “Shoo Baby” to whip him. Johnny McAvoy ordered Dutch to stop. Dutch slugged McAvoy who called for the bell.

2. Ivan Koloff; Hit with Chains Pin over Pete Doherty.

3. Chief Jay Strongbow; Indian Sleeper Submission over Rene Goulet.

4. Bowery Boys (Joe Abby/Frank Durso) beat The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox). Joe Abby pinned Karl Kox. During an OOR brawl Kox bumped Jonny Powers who was at ringside. Powers threw Kox into the steel steps KOing him then threw him into the ring. Abby performed a Spinebreaker pine on Kox for the win.

5. Johnny Powers and Eric the Red; Time Limit Draw. Karl Kox spent the whole match at ringside distracting Powers to extend the match. The time ran out.

6. Tony Garea; Diving Crossbody Pin over Goldie Rogers.


Jimmy Lennon – How about The Bowery Boys once again beating the Killers. I would have to say that at this point, The Boys have The Killers number. Checking my record Durso and Abby haven’t won any other matches except the 2 against Kox and Krupp. Johnny Powers is not going to back down against Killer Karl Kox. This could be good. Dirty Dutch Mantel is a nasty package. Someone may have to ban his “Shoo Baby.” Ivan Koloff and Chief Jay Strongbow continue their winning ways. It was a great show and produced a few feuds for the arena shows.
FrankC - Nov 28, 2010 - 08:34 AM
Post subject: Studio Wrestling 11-28
Northeast Studio Wrestling – WIIC Chan 11 – Pittsburgh

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Gorilla Monsoon

Referee; Izzy Moidel



Bill Cardille – We have a great show this morning. You will see the strange Wolfman Farkus. He is from the mountains of Rumania and is led on a chain by his manager Freddie Blassie. The Mongolian Stomper will be in action as will Larry “Ax” Hennig. The Rising Suns team of Mr. Fuji and Toru Tanaka will face The Sotos team of Manuel and Roberto. The Sheik will face off against Tony Rocco the Napolian and Polish Power Ivan Putski is here. Let’s get to the interview.

Bill Cardille interview with Classy Freddie Blassie and Wolfman Farkus. Farkus was led in with a chain and collar around his neck. He grunted and growled at Cardille as Blassie commanded him to calm down. Wolfman then started jumping and screeching all around the interview area. Blassie said that Wolfman is never to be trusted and will destroy all in his path. Ticket sales will go up for the next arena show and Farkus will have 200 points added to his rating for that show.

1. Wolfman Farkus pinned Frankie Williams after Freddie Blassie KO’d Frankie with his cane while referee Izzy Moidel was distracted.

2. Mongolian Stomper won by DQ over Tony Marino who was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the TV.

3. Larry “Ax” Hennig won by DQ over Rusty Brooks. Brooks refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold.

4. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka) beat The Sotos (Manuel/Roberto). Tanaka; Nerve Hold Submission over Manuel Soto.

5. The Sheik pinned Tony Rocco by using Illegal Choke Holds.

6. Ivan Putski; Polish Hammer Pin over Jose Estrada.



Gorilla Monsoon – This was a great show. The Sheik’s Illegal Chokes are deadly as are Toru Tanaka’s Nerve Holds. They cut off the blood in the Plexigoris muscles and it spells curtains. Wolfman Farkus caused a big stir. I heard that if he is not controlled he will go for the throat to taste the blood. I guess that Tony Marino was lucky to not have Wolfman near the ring. Rusty Brooks grabbed the Fattabliggis area of the windpipe and refused to let up against The “Ax”. It cost him the big end of the purse.
FrankC - Nov 29, 2010 - 09:11 AM
Post subject: Studio Wrestling 11-29
Northeast – Studio Wrestling – WPGH TV – Erie, PA

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Bulldog Brower

Referee; Izzy Moidel


Bill Cardille – We have an outstanding show on tap for you today. The superstars of wrestling continue to show up in our studio. Today you will see Johnny Valiant who still has a very nasty side to him. You will also see big Crusher Blackwell. This is 600 pounds of meanness. Larry Zbyszko, the number 1 hated in the Federation will show his stuff. You will also see the exciting High Flyers team of Jim Brunzell and Greg Gagne and if that isn’t enough, Pedro Morales the AWA Champion is here to face mean spirited Dutch Savage in a non-title match. Mr. Fuji who has been in singles matches lately will face off against the popular Roberto Soto. Let’s get to the show………..

1. Ron Ritchie won by DQ over Johnny Valiant. Ritchie was tied in the ropes and Valiant attacked him with a Eye Gouges and a Mouth Ripper . Referee Izzy Moidel ordered Johnny to stop but Valiant chose to slug Izzy who called for the bell.

2. Crusher Blackwell; Avalanche pin over Larry Sharp.

3. Larry Zbyszko pinned Special Delivery Jones using Illegal Chokes and the Ropes for Leverage.

4. High Flyers (Jim Brunzell/Greg Gagne) won by DQ over Rusty Brooks & Rene Goulet. Goulet didn’t make the count during an OOR Brawl.

5. AWA Non-Title Match – Dutch Savage pinned Pedro Morales after Larry Zbyszko came to ringside and gave Dutch some Brass Nucks while Referee Izzy Moidel was distracted. Dutch used the Nucks. POW!!

6. Mr. Fuji pinned Roberto Soto after Eddie Creatchman burned Roberto with a cigar.


Bulldog Brower – Watt a show deze guys put on. Pedro was too dum to see Zbyszko sneak Dutch the nucks. He got watt he deserved. My buddie Eddie used his stogie for a little heat on Soto. The match was boring because of Soto so Eddie moved it along. Soto shood have looked out. You snooze, you lose. Crusher Blackwell did a pancake job on Larry the loooser. Too bad. When you see a garbage truck coming at you it is time to move. Good show for da fans.
Dave_Barton - Nov 29, 2010 - 09:24 AM
Post subject:
When did Pedro get the AWA title back? I thought Superstar Billy Graham was champ.
FrankC - Nov 29, 2010 - 09:38 AM
Post subject: Superstar Graham
I should have brought this up to date. Graham lost the title because of the Grand Wizard was caught handing Graham the Brass Nucks for the KO*. The protest was launched by Pedro and the result was overturned by Commissioner Jack Ross Jr. Superstar Graham has been wearing his own belt since then and Pedro sports the real belt. The stage has been set for the showdown with many fans favoring Graham.

*91-100 is caught when protested for a championship fight then another 91-100 mean the result gets overturned. It doesn't happen often but in this case it did.
FrankC - Nov 30, 2010 - 09:03 AM
Post subject: Mid-West Studio Wrestling
Mid-West Studio Wrestling – WBKB Chan 61 – Detroit

Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Ray Crippler Stevens

Referee; Larry Lisowski


Joe Pedicino - We have some great matches, with the wrestling stars of today, here this morning. The strongman Ken Patura is on hand and so is Gino Brito and his managers-bodyguards the mighty midgets. Waldo Von Erich is here with his nasty attitude and speaking of nasty The Love Brothers will strut their stuff. We have two feature events. Baron Von Raschke will face tough Tony Parisi and then Crusher and Bruiser will face The Executioners. Our features are main events anywhere. Here is the 1st match…….

1. Ken Patura; Swinging Full Nelson submission over Chuck “Popeye” Richards.

2. Gino Brito won by DQ over Charlie Fulton when Fulton was Too Bloody to Continue. Little Beaver and Sky Lo Lo found Fulton’s sharp object and somehow Charlie got slashed as Pee Wee Adams distracted referee Larry Lisowski. Big X on the screen.*

3. Waldo Von Erich; Top Rope Knee Drop pin over Sgt. Frank Holz.

4. The Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald) beat Ron Ritchie & Frankie Williams. Hartford; Knee Drop to Head pin over Frankie Williams.

5. Baron Von Raschke pinned Tony Parisi as Crybaby Cannon held the ropes for leverage.

6. Crusher & Bruiser won by DQ over The Executioners after Freddie Blassie swung his cane and kit referee Larry Lisowski by mistake.


Ray “Crippler” Stevens - Blassie made only one mistake in the tag match against Crusher & Bruiser. He got caught. Cheat if you must but avoid getting caught. Baron Von Raschke pinned Parisi and though Pedicino saw Cannon hold the ropes, I didn’t see anything like that. It looked legit to me. The Love Brothers continue to impress as does Waldo Von Erich. That Top Rope Knee Drop by Waldo is a solid finisher with no hope of recovery. The midgets are becoming very irritating during Gino Brito’s matches. Charlie Fulton suffered a major cut on his forehead by the little guys. Now someone is trying to say that Fulton brought the sharp object to the ring. I don’t buy it. Ken Patura showed his strongman ways.

* For anyone who is unaware, Gino Brito's father was Jack Britton one of the best promoters in the game. Along with regular wrestlers Jack was the biggest if not the only promoter of Midget Wrestling. The little people became very grateful and very dedicated to Jack. As a result the midgets would come to ringside when Jack's son Gino was wrestling and would interfer in his favor. This was often done without Gino's prior knowlege so Gino would have to be innovative. He won many matches with help from the little people so along with his Figure Four Leglock I added the Little People Interfer as a 2nd finisher. I just roll to see which Gino used.
FrankC - Dec 01, 2010 - 11:31 AM
Post subject: Mid-West Wrestling 12-1
Mid-West Studio Wrestling – WFBM TV Chan 6 – Terre Haute, IN

Announcers; Chuck Marlow and Bob Luce

Referee; Jack Mason


Bob Luce – We have a big show here today. Some great stars of wrestling will be in action. Golden Boy Arnold Skaaland will show his stuff. Adrian Adonis with his leather jacket and chains will be in our ring facing the never to be trusted Stan Vachon. This should be good as heel faces heel. The always popular Rocky Johnson will have his hands full with Tiger Chung Lee. The Texas Outlaws team of Dusty Rhodes and Dick Murdock will face The Moondogs. The Dogs who live at the City Kennel could be the other half of any main event. Jesse “The Body” Ventura will face off against Dick the Bruiser. This has been brewing and may be settled here. Killer Karl Krupp who is despised will see action. Let’s get to it…..

1. Arnold Skaaland won by DQ over Luis Martinez. Martinez was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the TV screen.

2. Adrian Adonis and Stan Vachon; Double DQ. Referee Jack Mason caught both wrestlers with foreign objects.

3. Rocky Johnson and Tiger Chung Lee; Double Count-Out. During an OOR brawl neither could make it back to the ring to beat the count.

4. Texas Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes/Dick Murdock) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Dusty; Bionic Elbow Pin over Spot.

5. Jesse “The Body” Ventura pinned Dick the Bruiser. Ventura smashed Bruiser to the temple with a Foreign Object and then followed with a Body Breaker.

6. Killer Karl Krupp won by Count-Out over Jumping Johnny DeFazio. Krupp; Piledriver through the Press Table.


Chuck Marlow – A lot of question go unanswered. Jesse “The Body” pinned Dick the Bruiser but the ending was a serious foul. The Texas Outlaws continue their winning ways. Adrian Adonis continues to cheat but he ran into Stan Vachon who is also willing to bend the rules. Rocky Johnson was about to climb back in the ring but got held by Adonis who was at ringside. This could be interesting. Overall we had a great show.
St. Orlando - Dec 01, 2010 - 02:56 PM
Post subject: Re: Animal
[quote="FrankC"]In my Federation Animal has only one job so as long as he can defend then he will remain the champ. The odd thing is that he may have been one of the more feared wrestlers, when he was a heel, that had the talent to win a title. As you pointed out there were reasons he didn't.[/quote]

I actually like George as de Champ. In my Fed I gave him a shot at Bruno, but Bruno, historically, was better. I would set George up for a few more wins. I give wrestlers championship points for winning a title, and "push points" (defined oddly) for just being entertaining. Dice rule, yes, but as Stalin put it: "It's who counts the votes who matters".
St. Orlando - Dec 01, 2010 - 03:34 PM
Post subject: Midgets?
I formerly regarded this as exploitative. But a simple "it's hard to get a job when you're a little guy"gave me pause. Women wrestlers (some-- NOT ALL-- underpaid (some are mistrated, of corse this is true) Crowbar's wife is pretty and intelligent. AShe just does a sjow biz act. Stupid American capitalists just exploit folks avec gender, size and whatever they think looks funny but wanted to hire in the first place.

--Scott
FrankC - Dec 02, 2010 - 10:07 AM
Post subject: Studio Wrestling 12-2
Midwest Studio Wrestling – KSHB TV Chan 41 – Kansas City, MO

Announcers; Bill Kersten and Kevin Wall

Referee; Patty Grimes



Bill Kersten – Hello Wrestling Fans!! You won’t believe the show on tap for today. Maddog Vachon, who is active in singles matches lately is here. Superstar Billy Graham, who considers himself the uncrowned champion will show his abilities along with his fake belt he had made. Jimmy valiant sporting a new look and a different manner will be up against Butcher Vachon in a non-title match. In another non-title match WWF champion George “Animal” Steele will defend against Executioner #1. Bob Backund, the scientific wizard will face Baron Mikel Sciluna and finally The Blackjacks will face the always tough team of Johnny Rodz and Jose Estrada. Let’s get to the action……….

1. Mad Dog Vachon pinned Frank “Slip” Durso after biting Durso on the arm and forehead.

2. Superstar Graham; Bear Hug Submission ove Joe “Satch” Abby.

3. Jimmy Valiant; Flying Elbow pin over Butcher Vachon. After the match The Grand Wizard came down with Superstar Graham instructing Graham to help Butcher beat on Jimmy. As they wailed away Bob Backlund came to help Jimmy chasing Butcher and Graham from the ring.

4. Executioner #1 won by DQ over George “Animal” Steele. Captain Lou Albano entered the ring with a baseball bat and referee Patty Grimes called for the bell.

5. Baron Mikel Sciluna pinned Bob Backlund after Freddie Blassie sprayed pepper spay into Backlund’s eyes.

6. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan) beat Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Blackjack Lanza; Piledriver Pin over Jose Estrada.



Kevin Wall - Not much more to be said about this show. It was all action in the ring but a few questions are left unanswered. Jimmy Valiant’s change of attitude and severing his ties with The Grand Wizard. How long will “Animal” Steele hold the belt. He is an unlikely champion but has some mild support. I think that Bob Backlund isn’t going to let Mikel Sciluna and especially Freddie Blassie off after the pepper spray stunt.
FrankC - Dec 03, 2010 - 04:44 PM
Post subject: S/E Championship Wrestling
South-East Championship Wrestling – WBIR Chan 10 – Knoxville, TN
Announcers; Jess Mc Grath and Ed Caprel
Referee; Henry Van Loom

Ed Caprel – Howdy fans. Here today you will see for your pleasure the high flying sensation Johnny Eagles. He is the man of a thousand holds. Also on the bill is Rugged Ronnie Garvin, a very tough guy. Tank Patton is here to prove himself. We don’t know a lot about him so we will wait and see. The Army of Darkness team of Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze is here. This is a team you have to see. Sullivan a rule follower from Boston has made a serious change to a Devil worship heel. He dragged Mark Lewin into his fray and reinvented Mark as Purple Haze. This a weird team but don’t underestimate their talent. Ripper Collins id here to face Mike Graham in a great match. In the feature, Don Muraco will face the veteran Billy Spears. Here we go……..

1. Johnny Eagles won by DQ over Buddy Wolfe. Wolfe was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the screen.

2. Ronnie Garvin; Hands of Stone pin over Blackjack Slade.

3. Tank Patton and Hangman Jim Grabmire; Double Count-Out, OOR Brawl.

4. Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) beat Jose Gonzales & Wolfman Smith. Kevin Sullivan pinned Smith after Throwing a Fireball.

5. Ripper Collins pinned Mike Graham after using an Illegal Choke and the Ropes for Leverage.

6. Don Muraco; DDT Pin over Billy Spears.

Jess McGrath – Don Muraco is looking like a wrestler with gold on his mind. Ripper Collins seems to cheat his way to victory but it counts in the standings. How about The Army of Darkness. They are scary. Ronnie Garvin has some strength in his fists and Johnny Eagle from England has a bucket full of moves.
FrankC - Dec 04, 2010 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: Mid-South Wrestling 12-4
Mid-South Wrestling – WTVY Chan 4 – Dothan.Mobile, AL

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn

Referee; Jack Mason


Dickie Steinborn – This is a big show today. We have Steve Keirn, who is starting to make a name for himself. Also you will see The Spoiler. This is masked man to fear. Crusher Verdu is on hand with his famous Golden Spike. Dick Slater who has found his way to the rough side is also here. The Native American team of Billy Red Cloud and Chief Wahoo McDaniel are always crowd pleasers and our feature will have the mean Drill Sgt, Sgt Slaughter facing “Easy” Ed Francis. This should be good………..

1. Steve Keirn; Forearm Smashes Pin over Maniac Mike Conrad.

2. The Spoiler; Walk on Ropes Elbow Smash Pin over Big Bill Dromo.

3. Crusher Verdu; Golden Spike (Piledriver) Pin over L.D. Lewis.

4. Dick Slater; Knee Drop Pin over Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko.

5. Native Americans (Billy Rd Coud/Wahoo Mc Daniel) won by DQ over Chain Gang (Ken and Jim Dillinger). Ken refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold on Billy Red Could. Jack mason called for the bell.

6. Sgt. Slaughter pinned Easy Ed Francis by using his Swagger Stick to Illegally Choke Ed before the pin.



Charlie Pratt – We watched some tough dudes this morning. Sgt Slaughter is as mean as they come. The Chain gang is getting wilder if that is possible. Dick Slater was lay back and all business today. Crusher Verdu’s Golden Spike is not a move anyone will recover from. The Spoiler gets the job don and Steve Keirn looks great. Great show We will see you at the arena.
FrankC - Dec 05, 2010 - 09:03 AM
Post subject: CWF 12-5
CWF –Championship Wrestling from Florida – WKID Chan 51 – Ft Lauderdale

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Buddy Colt

Referee; Lou Magnolia


Gordie Solie – Welcome to our show. My partner is Buddy Colt. WE have a super show today. Crazy Luke Graham is here. He is always interesting to watch. The Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller will make an appearance and so will Leaping Lanny Poffo. He is the son of Angelo. A new tag team named The Misters of Evil; Mr Saito and Mr Pogo will face The Jive Tones; Norvell Austin and Tiger Conway Jr. This should be good. The tough Dr. Bill Miller will face the youngster call “Wildfire” Tommy Rich in another great matchup. Finally our feature has Bruiser Brody meeting Chris Markoff. Here we go………….


1. Crazy Luke Graham; The Spike Pin over Bullman Vincent.

2. Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller won by Count-Out over Gordon Nelson. Nelson was thrown into the TV Crew and got wrapped in the wires.

3. Leaping Lanny Poffo; Moonsault Pin over Pancho Valez.

4. Misters of Evil (Mr.Saito/Mr.Pogo) and Jive Tones (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr); Double Count-Out during an OOR Brawl.

5. “Wildfire” Tommy Rich won by DQ over Dr. Bill Miller. Miller was Too Bloody to Continue after a reverse slam into the Steel Steps. Big X on the TV screen.

6. Chris Markoff pinned Bruiser Brody after Crybaby Cannon sprayed Black Flag into Brody’s eyes.


Buddy Colt – We had a great show here. That Spike that Crazy Luke uses is on the edge of illegal. Someone needs to see why the thumb is always taped. Bullman Vincent looks a lot like Bull Pometti under a mask. If you remember Bull was arrested by the Argentine police and taken back to his home country. If the charges were dropped why wear a mask? Ron Fuller got a win and so did Leaping Lanny Poffo. The Misters of Evil look like they are more interested in hurting other wrestlers. “Wildfire” Tommy Rich can be tough when he needs it. He went bloe for blow with Dr. Bill Miller and came out on top. Miller is not an easy opponent. I know for a fact. Chris Markoff with help from Crybaby got a win over big Bruiser Brody. This is not going to be pretty in the future.
MKABear - Dec 05, 2010 - 02:41 PM
Post subject: RE: CWF 12-5
It is a good thing I am not the commissioner of Championship Wrestling of Florida - Tommy Rich would be suspended so quick and his but on the first bus north your head would spin. Those mamby-pamby fans and adminstration they have will probably reward the cheater with a title shot!
FrankC - Dec 06, 2010 - 09:20 AM
Post subject: Georgia Championship Wrestling 12-6
Georgia Championship Wrestling – WTCG Chan 11 – Atlanta

Gordie Solie and Stan Rhodes


Stan – Today you will see the Brisco Brothers in tag action. Also on the bill is Jimmy Snuka, Terry Funk and Abdullah the Butcher. My partner Gordie Solie is ready for an interview with Jack Brisco……


Gordie with Jack Brisco – As they spoke about the future, Terry Funk came on the scene. He accused Solie of favoritism toward the baby faces. Funk pick up a chair as he was screaming. Jack Brisco anticipating the harmful move toward Solie, grabbed Terry and whipped him through the artificial wall. Terry split his head open on a broken potted plant. -250 to Terry Funk in today’s match.


1. Don Kernodle; Figure Four Submission over Wildman Mike Boyette.

2. Abdullah the Butcher; Sudan Meat Clever (Falling Elbow) Pin over Cowboy Parker.

3. Seigfried Stanke and Randy Brewer; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

4. Brisco Brothers (Jack/Jerry) beat Joe Turko & Bullman Vincent. Jerry Brisco; Figure Four Submission over Joe Turko.

5. Jimmy Snuka; Crushing Headbutt Pin over Hurricane Frank Hester.

6. Terry Funk; Texas Piledriver Pin over Roger Kirby.



Gordie Solie (protected by Frank Hester and Don Kernodle) with Terry Funk - Terry, head bandaged, is livid about what happened with Jack Brisco. Terry threatens to get Brisco at any time in any place. Brisco comes on the scene. There is a lot of trash talk and a few shoves. Both agree to meet anywhere in any kind of match that Southern Commissioner Tommy Siegler will designate.
FrankC - Dec 07, 2010 - 09:07 AM
Post subject: Mid-Atlantic Wrestling 12-7
Mid-Atlantic TV Wrestling – WRAL Chan 3 Charlotte, NC

Announcers; Big Bill Ward and Leo Voss


Leo Voss – This show today could be a sold out arena show. We are featuring some great superstars. The Masked Superstar, Bob Orton Jr, The Bass Brothers and two feature events. Ox Baker will face Moondog Lonnie Mayne and Ric Flair will face Bob Roop……………………….


1. Masked Superstar; Swinging Neckbreaker Submission over Savatore Bellomo.

2. Bob Orton Jr.; Sleeperhold Submission over Beautiful Bruce Swayze.

3. Sodbuster Kenny Jay pinned Butcher Brannigan. During OOR action, Brannigan got into a beef with Bob Orton Jr. who was at ringside. Orton slammed Brannigan’s head into the steel steps and then threw him into the ring for the pin.

4. The Bass Brothers (Don/Ron) beat The Blackhearts (Black Gordman/Great Goliat). Ron Bass; Inverted Suplex pin over Black Gordman after Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Gordman with a pail.

5. Ox Baker pinned Moondog Mayne after Oliver Humperdink hit Mayne in the throat with a cane.

6. Ric Flair; Figure Four Submission over Bob Roop after slugging Roop with a Foreign Object.


Big Bill Ward – We watched a great show. Ric Flair is at the top of his game but still cheats a lot. Ox baker and Moondog Mayne are two tough dudes. If not for Ollie Humperdink’s interference this match might still be going on. The Bass Brothers always get help from Homer O’Dell. Bob Orton Jr. and Butcher Brannigan may be starting something. The Masked Superstar looks like a force.
FrankC - Dec 08, 2010 - 09:19 AM
Post subject: Northern - rankings and results 12-8
NWF (Northern Wrestling Federation) Rankings 12-8



WWF Champion – George “Animal” Steele

1. Chief Jay Strongbow

2. Ivan Koloff

3. Eric the Red

AWA Champion – Pedro Morales

1. Superstar Graham

2. The Sheik

3. Wolfman Farkus

Intercontinental Champion - Jimmy Valiant

1. Larry Zbyszko

2. Ken Patura

3. Waldo Von Erich

Tag Team Champions – Vacant

1. Universal Wave (Rick Martel/Tony Garea)

2. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan)

3. Texas Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes/Dick Murdock)

Most Admired (Face Rankings)

1. Chief Jay Strongbow

2. Johnny Powers

3. Gino Brito

Most Admired Tag Team – Ring Busters (Dom DeNucci/Tony Parisi)

Most Hated (Heel Rankings)

1. Larry Zbyszko

2. The Sheik

3. Wolfman Farkus

Most hated tag Team – The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan)



NWF (Northern) – Boston Garden, Boston, MA ATT: 14,828

Announcers; Pat Patterson and Ray Morgan



1. Mr. Fuji; Cobra Clutch Submission over Frank “Slip” Durso.

2. Executioner #2; Super Slam pin over Duke of Dorchester.

3. Tiger Chung Lee pinned Goldie Rogers using Illegal Chokes.

4. Dirty Dutch Mantel won by DQ over Sgt. Frank Holz. Holz was Too Bloody to Continue.

5. Ring Busters (Dom DeNucci/Tony Parisi) and Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

6. Waldo Von Erich pinned Ivan Putski using Illegal Chokes and Bobby Heenan Held the Ropes for Leverage.

7. Ivan Koloff and Dick the Bruiser; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

8. Bob Backlund; Atomic Kneedrop Pin over Baron Mikel Scicluna.
Dave_Barton - Dec 12, 2010 - 06:45 PM
Post subject:
No new results this weekend? Busy with the holiday season? Hope its not health issues again.

Best wishes from a "fan" of your results.
FrankC - Dec 13, 2010 - 08:18 AM
Post subject: Northern 12-13
Thank You for asking Dave. My computer got fried a few days back. My son will retrieve the hard drive files. He set up a laptop connected to my monitor and keyboard. My last wrestling show is here. I seem to be in business again. Thanks for being a reader of my Federation results.

Northern – Nassau County Coliseum, Uniondale, NY Att; 15,882
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Jimmy Lennon

1. Tony Parisi; Italian Cannonball (Senton) pin over Jose Estrada.

2. Killer Karl Kox pinned Chuck “Popeye” Richards after smashing him with Lar’s Moneybag*.

3. Rick Martel won by DQ over Rene Goulet. Goulet was Too Bloody to Continue after splitting his head open on the steel steps during OOR action.

4. The Sotos (Manuel/Roberto) won by DQ over Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka). Tanaka refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold on Manuel Solto.

5. Charlie Fulton pinned Dutch Savage. Fulton found Savage’s Foreign Object and used it for the KO.

6. Adrian Adonis; Good Night Irene Pin over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp.

7. Jesse “The Body” Ventura and The Crusher; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

8. WWF TITLE – George “Animal” Steele won by Count-Out over Chief jay Strongbow. Chief Jay was fighting OOR with Lou Albano and missed the count. "Animal" Steele retains the WWF Title.

* - The Money Bag was a bag of coins given to Killer Karl Kox by his friend Lars Anderson. Karl has always had it close by for a weapon.
Carparama - Dec 13, 2010 - 11:16 AM
Post subject:
Woah, Steele is champ?! Awesome!
MKABear - Dec 13, 2010 - 12:38 PM
Post subject: Re: Northern 12-13
FrankC wrote:


4. The Sotos (Manuel/Roberto) won by DQ over Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka). Tanaka refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold on Manuel Solto.


Dear Mr. WWF Commissioner:

The Rising Suns would like to formally protest the DQ they recently received. If the Commissioner will kindly review the tapes, he will see that it was not an illegal choke hold, but an authentic Samurai Clutch which does not choke when properly applied - which it obviously was!.

The Rising Suns would also like to demand that the WWF hire referees who understand wrestling is now an international sport and not discriminate against wrestlers and moves they have never seen before!

If the Referee would have known the hold and looked closer, there would not be this dishonorable loss on the Rising Suns record to an obviously inferior tag team. I might add that Mr. Tanaka has especially took this incident very personally and has to be kept away from sharp objects for his own safety!

We thank you Mr. Commissioner for your expedited review of this issue.

Chun Li Wii
Partner
Wii Cheatam & Howe
Attorneys at Law, LLC
FrankC - Dec 14, 2010 - 09:21 AM
Post subject: NWF letter reply
Chun Li Wii
Partner
Wii Cheatam & Howe
Attorneys at Law, LLC

Dear Mr Wii, Thank you for your interest in the Northern Wrestling Federation. We are a family orientated business that operates exclusively for the sport of wrestling fans. We are the company with a heart and we personally read and answer every letter.

Thw NWF televises Studio Wrestling every Saturday and is seen in most major cities. Some variations may apply.

We run large arena shows in major markets each month. We offer special group rates and 1/2 price tickets to children under 12 for balcony seating. Special vomit bags are provided in case we have matches that "Are Too Bloody To Continue" and it causes fans feel an upchuck coming on. We always offer a twofur one deal an popcorn and slurpees.

A glossy photo of the wrestler you mentioned has been enclosed. Manuel Soto personally signed the glossy photo with his picture.

Thank You again and we hope to see you at your local arena,

Jack Ross Jr - Commisssioner
for
Honest Abe Ford - President - Northern Wrestling Federation
FrankC - Dec 14, 2010 - 10:06 AM
Post subject: NWF 12-14
NWF - Hershey Park Arena – Hershey Park, PA Att: 7,254

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Bulldog Brower


1. Jumping Jim Brunzell; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over Frankie Williams.

2. Executioner #1 and Ron Ritchie; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Dominic DeNucci; Abdominal Stretch Submission over Rusty Brooks.

4. Crusher and Bruiser beat The Moondogs. Crusher; Bolo Punch Pin over Spot.

5. Arnold Skaaland; Atomic Drop Pin over Johnny Valiant.

6. Eric the Red pinned Rocky Johnson. The Grand Wizard Held the Ropes for Leverage. After the match The Grand Wizard ran off at the mouth about wanting Eric the Red to get a title shot. He didn’t care which title. He feels the Nord has earned it.

7. Maddog Vachon won by DQ over The Sheik. The Sheik tried to stab Maddog with a pencil and was caught by referee Jack Terry. Tony Angelo claimed that no pencil existed. Terry said that the pencil looked like one of those yellow Sanford #2's. A pencil was found. It was a yellow Rose Art #4. Angelo claimed this to be proof positive that The Sheik got rooked.

8. Vacant Nothern Tag Title - Universal Wave (Tony Garea/Rick Martel) won by DQ over The Blackjacks (Mulligan/Lanza). Blackjack Lanza tried to enter the ring with a chair so referee Jack Terry called for the bell. The Northern Tag Title remains Vacant.
Dave_Barton - Dec 14, 2010 - 01:29 PM
Post subject:
(I've decided I've sat by silently long enough. I'm taking a page out of MKABear's proverbial "book" and posting comments as a "fan" of these shows...I read them all anyway, I may as well be active!)

I have to question the quality of referees in this fed. Eric the Red over Rocky Johnson? Hard to fault the ref for something he didn't see. Doesn't make The Grand Wizard's interference a "good" thing, but if the ref didn't see it then he can't call it. What we need are refs who do see it.

Take Jack Terry, for example. He spotted a concealed weapon on The Sheik & did the right thing. He said he saw a yellow pencil & a yellow pencil was found. Tony Angelo can complain all he wants, but if I were Jack Terry, I wouldn't want to get close enough to The Sheik to read the manufacturer's name on it either. Good call.

But then in the main event, for a vacated title, the ref refuses to give the belts to the Universal Wave after a dq win? The Blackjacks knew what was at stake, they were fools to try to bring a chair into the ring. Getting dq'd should be cause for a vacant title to be won...not necessarily when the defending champ gets dq'd, but definitely a vacant title.
FrankC - Dec 15, 2010 - 09:10 AM
Post subject: NWF 12-15
Mr Dave Barton
Tabletop-Sports.com

Thank You for your comments. The Management does not disagree with you and your strong feelings toward some of the results. We have a strict policy reguarding Title Changes and winning Titles. It must be a Pin or Submission.

While we realize that most fans were disappointed with the final outcome, the Federation has had an ongoing problem with Blackjack Lanza. He has a terrible personality and cannot keep his hands off furniture. Heaven help us if he is fighting near a popcorn machine.

Though we feel that Rocky Johnson was cheated in his match with Eric the Red, there is not suffient evidence to overturn this match. It does elevate Eric the Red's ranking and may put him in a position to 'go for gold'. Eric is a clumsy wrestler but he has risen in rank.

The Sheik is too fond of pencils and not for writing. The match was awarded to Maddog Vachon because Jack Terry saw a pencil. We agree that Terry made the right call and the match will stand.

Jack Ross Jr
Commissioner, NWF
FrankC - Dec 15, 2010 - 09:12 AM
Post subject: NWF 12-15
NWF – Wings Arena – Kalamazoo, MI ATT: 8,004

Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Slick Mick Karch

1. Greg Gagne; High Flying Dropkicks pin over Joe Abby.

2. Killer Kark Krupp and Tony Marino; Time Limit Draw.

3. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) beat Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Afa; Samoan Drop pin over Johnny Rodz.

4. Ken Patura pinned S.D. “Special Delivery” Jones after Crybaby Cannon hit Jones with a Foreign Object.

5. Mongolian Stomper won by Count-Out over Gino Brito. Stomper KO’d Brito with a Gong-Bell smash during OOR action.

6. Texas Outlaws (Dusty Rhodes/Dick Murdock) won by DQ over The Executioners. Classy Freddie Blassie got angry and socked referee Mike Sparks.

7. Johnny Powers won by Count-Out over Wolfman Farkus. Farkus’ head was rammed into the ring post leaving him Bloody and Helpless.

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy Valiant entered the arena sporting a different look. He danced down the aisle to be-bop music and shook hands. He was now Jimmy “Boogie Woogie” Valiant. He still held the Intercontinental Title.

Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) won by DQ over Larry Zbyszko (Challenger). Zbyszko was Too Bloody to Continue after splitting his head open on the steel steps. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant retains the Intercontinental Title.
MKABear - Dec 15, 2010 - 08:20 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 12-15
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Wings Arena – Kalamazoo, MI ATT: 8,004

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy Valiant entered the arena sporting a different look. He danced down the aisle to be-bop music and shook hands. He was now Jimmy “Boogie Woogie” Valiant. He still held the Intercontinental Title.

Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) won by DQ over Larry Zbyszko (Challenger). Zbyszko was Too Bloody to Continue after splitting his head open on the steel steps. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant retains the Intercontinental Title.


Jimmy "Boogie" Valiant - Woooooooooo, they keep sending them over and they keep carrying them out, BABY!!!!! I broke more of a sweat at the post match party over at the Holiday Inn!!!!!! Tell Zbysko, to buy a vowel before he ever wants another shot at the Boogie's Gold!
FrankC - Dec 16, 2010 - 09:54 AM
Post subject: NWF - 12-16
NWF – Prairie Capital Convention Center – Springfield, IL ATT: 9,778
Announcers; Wayne Griffin and Roger Kent

1. The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog) beat Bowery Boyz (Frank ‘Slip’ Durso/Joe ‘Satch’ Abby). Butcher; Hangman’s Noose Submission over Abby.

2. Horrible Hartford Love and Luis Martinez; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Professor Toru Tanaka pinned Terry Gibbs after Eddie Cretchman burned Gibbs with a cigar.

4. Tony Rocco; Abruzzi Leglock Submission over Stan Vachon.

5. The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox) beat The High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Karl Krupp pinned Greg Gagne using a Foreign Object while Freddie Blassie distracted referee Dick Woerhle.

6. Jerry ‘Crusher’ Blackwell; Avalanche Pin over Jumping Johnny DeFazio.

7. Baron Von Raschke pinned Larry ‘Ax” Hennig using Hidden Chokes and Blinding Eye Gouges.

8. AWA Title – Special Cage Match – The Grand Wizard has been tied to the corner post outside the ring and is guarded by Gino Brito and Johnny Powers.

Superstar Billy Graham (Challenger) beat Pedro Morales (Champion). Superstar Escaped after slamming Pedro into the cage wall and pummeling him with a Foreign Object.* Superstar Billy Graham wins the AWA Title.

*During the match a vendor selling souvenirs, wearing one of his masks for sale seemed to hand Superstar Graham an object. Later the vendor was seen unmasking and it was Wolfman Farkus.
MKABear - Dec 16, 2010 - 10:30 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF - 12-16
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Prairie Capital Convention Center – Springfield, IL ATT: 9,778
Announcers; Wayne Griffin and Roger Kent

1. The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog) beat Bowery Boyz (Frank ‘Slip’ Durso/Joe ‘Satch’ Abby). Butcher; Hangman’s Noose Submission over Abby.

2. Horrible Hartford Love and Luis Martinez; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Professor Toru Tanaka pinned Terry Gibbs after Eddie Cretchman burned Gibbs with a cigar.

4. Tony Rocco; Abruzzi Leglock Submission over Stan Vachon.

5. The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox) beat The High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Karl Krupp pinned Greg Gagne using a Foreign Object while Freddie Blassie distracted referee Dick Woerhle.

6. Jerry ‘Crusher’ Blackwell; Avalanche Pin over Jumping Johnny DeFazio.

7. Baron Von Raschke pinned Larry ‘Ax” Hennig using Hidden Chokes and Blinding Eye Gouges.

8. AWA Title – Special Cage Match – The Grand Wizard has been tied to the corner post outside the ring and is guarded by Gino Brito and Johnny Powers.

Superstar Billy Graham (Challenger) beat Pedro Morales (Champion). Superstar Escaped after slamming Pedro into the cage wall and pummeling him with a Foreign Object.* Superstar Billy Graham wins the AWA Title.

*During the match a vendor selling souvenirs, wearing one of his masks for sale seemed to hand Superstar Graham an object. Later the vendor was seen unmasking and it was Wolfman Farkus.


Great card Frank. I love the Wolfman Farkus twist.
FrankC - Dec 16, 2010 - 11:17 AM
Post subject: Wolfman
MKABear wrote; Great card Frank. I love the Wolfman Farkus twist.

My problem in this match was that the Grand Wizard was tied to the outside post. This had been determined before because of his earlier interference in the title match with Pedro and Bill Graham. The match roll ended with Superstar being handed Foreign Object or Brass Nucks by his manager or one of the heels. I needed to get the heel to ringside and it had to be someone that was out of control. Farkus fit the bill because he had a match the card before and was one of the heels to choose from. I only had to hide his face so the souviner vendor with a mask made sense.

For anyone who doesn't remember Wolfman Farkus (real name Willie Farkas) started as The Hungarian Wolfman but soon became The Canadian Wolfman. The idea of Farkus living in the Canadian Wilderness was very appealing to wrestling fans back then.
Dave_Barton - Dec 16, 2010 - 03:06 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF - 12-16
FrankC wrote:

Superstar Billy Graham (Challenger) beat Pedro Morales (Champion). Superstar Escaped after slamming Pedro into the cage wall and pummeling him with a Foreign Object.* Superstar Billy Graham wins the AWA Title.

*During the match a vendor selling souvenirs, wearing one of his masks for sale seemed to hand Superstar Graham an object. Later the vendor was seen unmasking and it was Wolfman Farkus.


Cage matches aren't meant to be pretty. For that matter, they aren't meant to end on a dq either. If Morales wasn't smart enough to have a friend watch his back, then he has no one to blame but himself for losing the title. Its true, I'm a Graham fan, but that doesn't change anything about the match. The era of wrestling "Superstars" has just begun in the AWA!
FrankC - Dec 17, 2010 - 08:59 AM
Post subject: SWF - 12-17
SWF – Rankings (12-17)

NWA Champion – Paul Jones
1. Dick Slater
2. Crazy Luke Graham
3. Cowboy Bill Watts

Florida Champion – Bullet Bob Armstrong
1. Jimmy Snuka
2. Great Mephisto
3. Bob Orton Jr.

Southern Champion – Austin Idol (formally Mike McCord)
1. Don Muraco
2. The Spoiler
3. King Louie Tillet

SWF – Tag Champions – Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2
1. Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown)
2. Native Americans (Bill Red Cloud/Wahoo McDaniel)
3. The Bass Brothers (Ron/Don)

Most Admired
1. Bob Armstrong
2. Paul Jones
3. Native Americans
4. Jack Brisco

Most Hated
1. Austin Idol
2. Terry Funk
3. Jimmy Snuka
4. Chris Markoff


SWF – Roanoke Civic Center – Roanoke, VA ATT: 10,954
Announcers; Billy Powell and Joe Munick

1. Chief Wahoo McDaniel; Tomahawk Chops Pin over Maniac Mike Conrad.

2. Crusher Verdu and Randy Brewer; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Steve Keirn; Flying Forearm Smash pin over Blackjack Slade.

4. Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller pinned Bob Roop after Don Carson hit Roop with Brass Nucks.

5. Jive Tones (Tiger Conway Jr/Norvell Austin) beat Misters of Evil (Mr. Pogo/Mr. Saito). Mr. Saito was Counted-Out during OOR Brawl.

6. Crazy Luke Graham; Golden Spike (Taped Thumb) Pin over Jim Dillinger.

7. Ox Baker and Moondog Mayne; Double DQ when both wrestlers were caught with Foreign Objects. Referee Terry Yorkson called for the bell.

8. LYBYAN DEATH MATCH – Billy Robinson pinned Adnan El Kassie inside the ring using a Tripoli Ambush (Top Rope Leap with a steel chair). Crybaby George Cannon tried desperately to reach the ropes so he could shake Robinson down but Crybaby was held back by Steve Keirn and Wahoo McDaniel. Sheik Adnan was carried away on a stretcher.
FrankC - Dec 18, 2010 - 09:34 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-18
SWF – Augusta Arena, Augusta, GA ATT: 8,526
Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Tough Tony Borne

1. Tank Patton’ Super Tanker (Splash) Pin over Hangman Jim Grabmire.

2. Beautiful Beauregarde; The Thumb Submission over Jose Gonzales.

3. Dr. Bill Miller; Backbreaker Submission over Bill Dromo.

4. Cowboy Bob Ellis; Bulldog Headlock Pin over Billy Spears. Johnny Eagles who was at ringside got into a pushing match with Spears. Eagles hit Billy with a microphone and then pushed him into the ring.

5. The Spoiler pinned Hurricane Frank Hester after using Illegal Chokes and the Ropes for Leverage.

6. Great Mephisto and Johnny Eagles; Time Limit Draw.

7. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich pinned Bobby Duncum. Rich took the Gong-Bell from Colonel Homer O’Dell, who was trying to smash Tommy, and used it to KO Duncum.

8. SOUTHERN TAG TITLE – Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2 (Champions) beat Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown). Mr. Wrestling 1; Sleeper Submission over Jerry Brown after Oliver Humperdink hit Jerry by mistake with a Forein Object dazing him. Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2 retain the Southern Tag Title.
FrankC - Dec 20, 2010 - 08:34 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-20
SWF – Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL ATT: 9,488
Announcers; Gordy Solie and Buddy Colt

1. The Continental Nobleman Joe Turko won by Count-Out over Easy Ed Francis as Francis was held OOR by Seigfried Stanke who was at ringside.

2. Seigfried Stanke pinned Buddy Wolfe by using Illegal Eye Gouges and Choke Hold before Body Slamming him.

3. Abdullah the Butcher won by DQ over Gordon Nelson. Nelson was Too Bloody to Continue.

4. Mike Graham; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Ripper Collins. While referee John Benello was KO’d Ripper tried a Chairshot but it got reversed. The dazed Ripper then got pinned.

5. Jos LeDuc; One Armed backbreaker Submission over Leaping Lanny Poffo.

6. Masked Superstar and Don Kernodle; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

7. Royal Kangaroos (Lord Jonathan Boyd/Norman Fredrick Charles III) beat Native Americans (Wahoo McDaniel/Billy Red Cloud). Boyd pinned McDaniel after KO’ing him with a Foreign Object while Charles III and Lord Alfred Hayes distracted referee John Benello.

8. Florida Title – Jimmy Snuka (Challenger) pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong (Champion). Snuka used a piece of wire to choke Bob then used the Ropes for Leverage. Jimmy Snuka wins the Florida Title.
MKABear - Dec 20, 2010 - 10:54 PM
Post subject:
I have seen Jos LeDuc and Leaping Lanny wrestle in person - not each other, but LeDuc in Memphis and Lanny in Cape Girardeau, MO.

I could just see this match play out in my head as I read about it. Lanny was very quick and LeDuc very lumbering, but you knew it was going to be very ugly if LeDuc ever got a good hold on Lanny.

Thanks for the (non-existent) memories Frank!
FrankC - Dec 21, 2010 - 09:28 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-21
SWF – Garrett Coliseum – Montgomery, AL ATT: 12,368
Announcers; Dickie Steinborn and Al Costello

1. Soldat Gorky won by Count-Out over Beautiful Bruce Swayze.

2. Cowboy Parker; Running Bulldog Pin over Bullman Vincent.

3. Nature Boy Roger Kirby; Piledriver Pin over Pancho Valez.

4. Terry Funk won by DQ over King Louie Tillet. Tillet was Too Bloody to Continue due to Funk grinding Louie’s face into the Steel Steps. Funk then kept kicking Louie in the ribs. This was ugly!!

5. Sgt Slaughter and Cowboy Bill Watts; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

6. Bass Brothers (Ron/Don) beat The Briscos (Jerry/Jack). Ron pinned Jack after Homer O’Dell slipped Ron a Roll of Coins for the KO.

7. Steel Cage – Bruiser Brody escaped and beat Chris Markoff. Brody tied Markoff in the ropes and pummeled him until blood was flowing. Referee Mario Savoldi ordered Brody to climb over the top. Markoff was removed on a stretcher. George “Crybaby” Cannon is claiming that Brody used a Foreign Object to pummel and wants the result overturned.

8. Southern Title – Austin Idol (Champion) beat Don Muraco (Challenger). Muraco was Counted-Out after being Piledrived on the cement floor and then again through the Press table during an OOR Brawl. He obviously failed to make the count. Austin Idol retains the Southern Title.

Post Matches; Dickie Steinborn - "The SWF seems to building a reputation of being dangerous and I for one think it is time to put a stop to it. It is time for Commissioner Tommy Siegler to hand out suspensions and fines. Austin Idol may be proud of his new personality invention and I must admit he looks the part but his style is worse than when he was Mike McCord. A Piledriver in the cement floor was enough to put Don Muraco out of commission but Idol then did it again through the press table. This is way out of hand. Terry Funk is just as bad and what he did to King Louie Tillet is next to criminal. Louie was Too Bloody to Continue after having his face grinded into the steel steps. That wasn't enough for Funk. He then continually kick Tillet in the ribs until Bill Watts and Cowboy Parker pulled him away. Three wrestlers from tonight's show were taken to the hospital. King Louie Tillet, Don Muraco and Chris Markoff. That's 3 too many."
MKABear - Dec 21, 2010 - 08:41 PM
Post subject: Re: SWF 12-21
FrankC wrote:


Post Matches; Dickie Steinborn - "The SWF seems to building a reputation of being dangerous and I for one think it is time to put a stop to it. It is time for Commissioner Tommy Siegler to hand out suspensions and fines. Austin Idol may be proud of his new personality invention and I must admit he looks the part but his style is worse than when he was Mike McCord. A Piledriver in the cement floor was enough to put Don Muraco out of commission but Idol then did it again through the press table. This is way out of hand. Terry Funk is just as bad and what he did to King Louie Tillet is next to criminal. Louie was Too Bloody to Continue after having his face grinded into the steel steps. That wasn't enough for Funk. He then continually kick Tillet in the ribs until Bill Watts and Cowboy Parker pulled him away. Three wrestlers from tonight's show were taken to the hospital. King Louie Tillet, Don Muraco and Chris Markoff. That's 3 too many."


Give me a break Steinborn! If Professional Wrestling is too rough you, I am sure there is a foreign ballet in town for you to watch. Austin Idol realized how he was being taken advantage of and he has put an end to it. And as a close personal friend, I can tell you, these sweet Southern Belles have responded in kind. (wink wink). And complaining about Terry Funk. If King Louie didn't know what he was in for when he signed on the dotted line to meet Terry Funk, well maybe he is in the wrong business too. You know I heard Idol and Funk get a 10% commission from the hospitals for every "customer" they send over!
FrankC - Dec 22, 2010 - 09:12 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-22
SWF – Mississippi Coliseum – Jackson, MS Att: 9,982
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Bob Dalton

1. Sodbuster Kenny Jay won by DQ over Wildman Mike Boyette. Boyette was caught trying to use a Sharp Foreign Object.

2. Exotic Adrian Street pinned Salvatore Bellomo after Miss Linda sprayed Black Flag to Bellomo’s eyes.

3. Army of Darkness (Purple Haze/Kevin Sullivan) and Chain Gang (Jim/Ken Dillinger); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

4. Ronnie Garvin won by Count-Out over Butcher Brannigan.

5. Far East Express (King Curtis/Mitsu Arakawa) beat The Infernos. Inferno #2 was Counted-Out.

6. Hans Schmidt; Piledriver Pin over L.D. Lewis.

7. Ric Flair; Figure Four Submission over Bob Orton Jr.

8. NWA Title – Dick Slater (Challenger) pinned Paul Jones (Champion) using an Illegal Choke Hold. Dick Slater wins the NWA Title.

Jess McGrath - "Dick Slater has cheated his way to the NWA Title. We haven't gotten over Slater's much rougher style. Referee Eddie Gersh couldn't see the choke but we could and it was blatant. The fans pelted Slater with cups and popcorn shoeing their disapproval. The battle of the weirdos ended with The Army of Darkness and the Chain Gang throwing everything but the kitchen sink at each other. It was way out of hand. The Far East Express and The Infernos have no love lost. Neither do their managers Crybaby Cannon and J.C. Dykes."
FrankC - Dec 23, 2010 - 09:30 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-23
NWF – Rankings as of 11-23

WWF Champion – George “Animal” Steele
1. Eric the Red
2. Bob Backlund
3. Adrian Adonis
4. Tony Rocco
5. Chief Jay Strongbow

AWA Champion – Superstar Graham
1. Johnny Powers
2. Baron Von Raschke
3. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell
4. Arnold Skaaland
5. Larry “Ax” Hennig

Intercontinental Champion – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant
1. Ken Patura
2. Waldo Von Erich
3. Dirty Dutch Mantel
4. Mongolian Stomper
5. Tiger Chung Lee

NWF Tag Champions – Vacant
1. Universal Wave (Tony Garea/Rick Martel)
2. Texas Outlaws (Dick Murdock/Dusty Rhodes)
3. The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox)
4. The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog)
5. Crusher and Bruiser

Most Admired
1. Johnny Powers
2. Chief jay Strongbow
3. Gino Brito
4. Crusher and Bruiser (tag)
5. Tony Rocco

Most Hated
1. Larry Zbyszko
2. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka) (tag)
3. Superstar Graham
4. Wolfman Farkus
5. Baron Von Raschke


NWF – Memorial Hall – Plymouth, MA Att: 1,584
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Bruno Sammartino

1. Dirty Dutch Mantel; Tennessee Chainsaw (Scoop Slam Piledriver) Pin over Duke of Dorchester.

2. Executioner #1 won by DQ over Johnny Rodz. Rodz was Too Bloody to Continue.

3. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) beat Bowery Boyz (Frank Slip Durso/Joe Satch Abby). Afa pinned Abby with a Samoan Drop.

4. Rick Martel; Boston Crab Submission over Butcher Vachon.

5. Rocky Johnson and Rene Goulet; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

6. Chief Jay Strongbow won by DQ over Tiger Chung Lee. Tiger refused to stop his Asian Nerve Hold while Chief was tied in the ropes. Referee Jack Mason called for the bell.
Dave_Barton - Dec 23, 2010 - 11:16 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 11-23
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Rankings as of 11-23


Interesting happenings in the ratings. BOTH former heavyweight champions, Bruno & Pedro, are nowhere to be seen as contenders to their former titles. And the Blackjacks, who recently faced the Universal Wave for the vacant tag team titles, aren't ranked either.

Have they all tucked their tails & hidden away somewhere? Are they in training to recapture their titles? Or are they all away on an overseas tour somewhere? Inquiring minds want to know!
FrankC - Dec 23, 2010 - 12:15 PM
Post subject: rankings
Dave, Good question. If the rankings had been extended then The Blackjacks would have been ranked and Pedro too.

The Blackjacks have suffered from several DQ's because of Lanza's cheating. It cost The Blackjacks some status. In real life the attitude of the Blackjacks was that "on paper doesn't count, on the mat does." With Lou Albano guiding them I am sure that they will have a title shot very soon.

Pedro has not been successful in the past few matches and the writers have reflected this in the rankings. The beating he took in the cage was a reflection of his current slump. His talent will carry him to the top of the rankings again.

Bruno has retired and is a full time announcer.
FrankC - Dec 26, 2010 - 09:42 AM
Post subject: NWF 12-26
NWF – Studio Wrestling – WPGH TV Chan 53 – Erie, PA
Announcer; Bill Cardille Referee; Izzy Moidel

Bill Cardille – We have a great show today. You will see right here in our studio, Baron Mikel Sciluna along with his pesky manager Classy Freddie Blassie. Jumping Jim Brunzell, one half of the High Flyers will face the always dangerous Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. The Texas Outlaws will meet The Moondogs. Dusty Rhodes has demanded that The Moondogs produce papers proving that they had their rabies shots. Ivan Koloff with his evil manager Tony Angelo will face the always popular Jumping Johnny DeFazio. The feature match will have Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell facing Gino Brito. Brito will be accompanied by Sky Low Low and Little Beaver.

1. Baron Mikel Sciluna won by DQ over Chuck “Popeye” Richards. Freddie Blassie hit “Popeye” with a cane and and Richards was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the TV.

2. Jumping Jim Brunzell won by DQ over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. Sharp split his head open on the steel steps and was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the TV.

3. Texas Outlaws (Dick Murdock/Dusty Rhodes) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Spot was Counted-Out during and OOR Brawl.

4. Ivan Koloff pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio after Tony Angelo clubbed Johnny with Ivan’s Chains.

5. Gino Brito won by DQ over Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell. Blackwell refused to break a Choke Hold while Gino was tied in the ropes.

Bill Cardille – Izzy had his hands full today. Two matches ended with injuries that made the mathes too dangerous to continue. The Moondogs were more interested in fighting outside the ring and it cost them. They are champions at the City Pound so fighting outside the ring is right up their alley. Ivan Koloff won when Tony Angelo KO’d Johnny DeFazio. This was dirty. Jerry Blackwell wouldn’t let go of an Illegal Choke Hold so he got disqualified. Brito looked good in this match and had “Crusher” Blackwell in trouble.
FrankC - Dec 27, 2010 - 09:30 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-27
NWF – James Madison HS – Brooklyn, NY Att: 1,976
Announcers; Angelo Savoldi and TV Jackie Pallo

1. S.D. “Special Delivery” Jones; Head Butt Pin over Frankie Williams.

2. Dutch Savage; Running Piledriver Pin over Luis Martinez.

3. Love Brothers (Horrible Hartford/Rotten Reginald) beat The Sotos (Manuel/Roberto). Hartford over Roberto after Reginald hit Roberto with Brass Nucks to the chops.

4. Execution #2 pinned Frank “Slip” Durso. Classy Freddie Blassie held Durso’s legs.

5. Ivan Putski won by Count-Out over Johnny Valiant. Valiant failed to make the count during an OOR Brawl.

6. Wolfman Farkus pinned Tony Rocco using an Illegal Choke while Classy Freddie Blassie held the Ropes for Leverage.
FrankC - Dec 28, 2010 - 08:57 AM
Post subject: NWF 12-28
NWF – National Guard Armory – Teaneck, NJ Att: 3.556
Announcers; Ironman Reggie Parks and Sandy Scott

1. Mongolian Stomper won by DQ over Terry Gibbs. Gibbs was Too Bloody to Continue after spitting his head open on the steel steps during OOR Brawl.

2. Professor Toru Tanaka; Nerve Hold Submission over Ron Ritchie.

3. Jose Estrada won by Count-Out over Maddog Vachon. Maddog failed to make to count during an OOR Brawl.

4. Jesse “The Body” Ventura; Body Breaker Pin over Tony Garea after a smash to the chops with a Foreign Object.

5. Baron Von Raschke pinned Arnold Skaaland using an Illegal Choke.

6. The Executioners won by Count-Out over The Killers (Karl Kox/Karl Krupp). Krupp failed to make the count during a huge OOR Brawl.
FrankC - Dec 29, 2010 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: NWF 12-29
There are two shows today. A studio show from Chicago and a local show from Minot, ND. I may get busy during the New Years Hoilday so I wanted to keep up with the Federation. Thanks to all who read the write-ups.


NWF – Midwest Pro Wrestling – WCIU Chan 26 – Chicago
Announcers; Wayne Griffin and Red Ryan

Wayne Griffin – We have a great show today. You will see Mr. Fuji, The Sheik and the tag contenders The Universal Wave team of Tony Garea and Rick Martel. We have 2 feature matches that are Main Event anywhere. Adrian Adonis, the biker with his chains will meet the popular Greg Gagne and Ken Patura, the strongman, will face Tony Parisi.

1. Mr. Fuji; Cobra Clutch Submission over Tony Marino.

2. The Sheik won by Count-Out over Charlie Fulton after smashing Fulton’s head through the press table.

3. Universal Wave (Tony garea.Rick Martel) beat Cross Bronx Xpress (Jose Estrada/Johnny Rodz). Tony Garea; Diving Cross Body Pin over Johnny Rodz.

4. Greg Gagne won by DQ over Adrian Adonis. Adonis refused to break his “Goodnight Irene” finisher while Greg was tied in the ropes.

5. Ken Patura won by Count-Out over Tony Parisi. During OOR Brawl Parisi’s head was rammed into the ring post.


This is a non studio show in Minot, ND allowing those fans to see favorites like Johnny Powers, Larry "Ax" Hennig and The High Flyers. The Minot fans are also there to razz wrestlers Larry Zbyszko and Eric the Red.

NWF – Minot Municipal Auditorium – Minot, ND Att: 3,992
Announcers; Ray “Crippler” Stevens and “Stomper” Guy Mitchell

1. Larry “Ax” Hennig; “The Axe” (Elbow Drop) Pin over Goldie Rogers.

2. Larry Zbyszko and Rusty Brooks; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Waldo Von Erich; Top Rope Knee Drop Pin over Joe “Satch” Abby.

4. The High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell) beat Tiger Chung Lee and Rene Goulet. Greg Gagne; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over Tiger Chung Lee.

5. Eric the Red; Smash with Bone Pin over Sgt Frank Holz. The Grand Wizard grabbed the microphone after the match and demanded that Eric the Red (#2 contender) be given a title shot at George “Animal” Steele’s belt.

6. Johnny Powers won by DQ over Stan Vachon. Stan would not let up with an Illegal Choke and Referee Eddie Gersh called for the bell
FrankC - Dec 31, 2010 - 08:37 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-31
SWF – Rankings as of 12-31

NWA Champion – Dick Slater
1. Crazy Like Graham
2. Tennessee Stud Ron Fuller
3. Paul Jones
4. Ric Flair
5. Bruiser Brody

FLA Champion – Jimmy Snuka
1. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich
2. Terry Funk
3. Bullet Bob Armstrong
4. Ronnie Garvin
5. Great Mephisto

Southern Champion – Austin Idol
1. The Spoiler
2. Steve Keirn
3. Abdullah the Butcher
4. Don Muraco
5. Cowboy Bob Ellis

SWF Tag Champions – Mr. Wrestling #1 & #2
1. Bass Brothers (Don/Ron)
2. Royal Kangaroos (Lord Jonathan Boyd/Norman Frederick Charles III)
3. Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown)
4. Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa/King Curtis)
5. Native Americans (Billy Red Cloud/Wahoo McDaniel)

Most Admired
1. King Louie Tillet
2. Bullet Bob Armstrong
3. Steve Keirn
4. Wahoo McDaniel
5. Paul Jones

Most Hated
1. Terry Funk
2. Austin Idol
3. Jimmy Snuka
4. Great Mephisto
5. Crazy Luke Graham


SWF – Harborside Event Center – Ft. Meyers, FL Att: 2,434
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Buddy Colt

1. L.D. Lewis won by Count-Out over Tank Patton. Patton failed to make the count during an OOR Brawl.

2. Dr. Bill Miller; Backbreaker Submission over Cowboy Parker.

3. Ox Baker; Heart Punch Pin over Randy Brewer.

4. Cowboy Bill Watts pinned Bobby Duncum after Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Duncum in the head with a pail by mistake.

5. The Briscos (Jack/Jerry) beat The Blackhearts (Black Gordman/Great Goliath). Jerry Brisco; Figure Four Submission over Black Gordman.

6. Jos LeDuc won by Count-Out over The Spoiler after a Piledriver on the cement floor during OOR Action.
Big_City - Dec 31, 2010 - 09:54 AM
Post subject: RE: SWF 12-31
Quote:

Southern Champion – Austin Idol
1. The Spoiler
2. Steve Keirn
3. Abdullah the Butcher
4. Don Muraco
5. Cowboy Bob Ellis


Good to hear that Cowboy Bob Ellis is rated #5. He was my favorite wrestler when I was a kid.
FrankC - Jan 04, 2011 - 09:21 AM
Post subject: SWF Studio 1-4
SWF – Mid Atlantic TV Wrestling WAVY Chan 10 Norfolk, VA
Announcers; Billy Powell and Joe Munick

Billy Powell – Wecome to our show today. You will see the crowd favorite King Louie Tillet in action. The Great Mephisto with his evil Valet Shelina will face Big Bill Dromo in what should be a great match. The Army of Darkness team of Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze will meet the Chain Gang brothers Ken and Jim Dillinger. It is truly a battle of the weird. Our feature has Hans Schmidt facing the popular Hurricane Frank Hester. Let’s get to the action………………

1. Joe Turko won by Count-Out over Sodbuster Kenny Jay during OOR Brawl.

2. King Louie Tillet; Neckbreaker pin over Buddy Wolfe.

3. Big Bill Dromo won by DQ over Great Mephisto. Shelina was caught handing Mephisto a sharp object that looked like a knife.

4. Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) beat Chain Gang (Ken and Jim Dillinger). Sullivan over Jim Dillinger using Brass Nucks while Purple Haze distracted referee Jack Mason.

5. Hans Schmidt pinned Hurricane Frank Hester. Schmidt held Hester’s tights while J.C. Dykes held the ropes for leverage.


Post match Joe Munick – We had a great Studio show today. What is to done with Shelina? Big Bill Dromo won the match but could have been a victim of a knife if not for referee Jack Mason. We will sending the tapes of this to the commissioner Tommy Siegler. Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze are two very strange individuals. Hans Schmidt got his win against Hurricane Hester but not without the help of J.C. Dykes. What else is new.
FrankC - Jan 05, 2011 - 07:37 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-5
SWF – Summet Arena – Hot Springs, AR Att: 4,258
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Ted Lewin

1. Mike Graham; Swinging Neckbreaker pin over Blackjack Slade.

2. Butcher Brannigan won by Count-Out over Salvatore Bellomo.

3. Easy Ed Francis won by DQ over Chris Markoff. Crybaby Cannon entered the ring and pushed referee Mike Sparks.

4. Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown/Buddy Roberts) beat The Jivetones (Tiger Conway Jr/Norvell Austin). Tiger Conway Jr was Too Bloody to Continue.

5. Masked Superstar pinned Bob Orton Jr using the Ropes for Leverage and Holding the Tights.

6. Bruiser Brody; Jumping Kneedrop Pin over Billy Spears. J.C. Dykes thought the match ended with a Spear’s win so he entered the ring for post match action. He swung his canteen and hit Spears by mistake.
FrankC - Jan 06, 2011 - 10:35 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-6
SWF – Boutwell Memorial Auditorium – Birmingham, AL Att: 4,148
Announcers; Charley Pratt and Eddie Sharkey

1. Seigfried Stanke; Top Rope Knee Drop Pin over Bruce Swayze.

2. Leaping Lanny Poffo; Crucifix Pin (Pin) over Wildman Mike Boyette.

3. Crazy Luke Graham won by DQ over Gordon Nelson. Nelson was Too Bloody to Continue in a very suspect accident. J.C. Dykes was seen throwing a Sharp Object in the trash can.

4. Exotic Adrian Street pinned Pancho Valez after Miss Linda KO’s Valez using Brass Nucks while referee Jim Mitchell was distracted.

5. Beautiful Beauregarde won by Count-Out over Rugged Ronnie Garvin. Garvin failed to make the count during OOR Brawl.

6. Non-Title Tag Match – Misters of Evil (Mr. Pogo/Mr. Saito) beat Champions Mr. Wrestling 1 and Mr. Wrestling 2. Mr. Wrestling 2 was injured when he was slammed through the announcer’s table. Mr. Wrestling 2 failed to make the count.
FrankC - Jan 08, 2011 - 08:18 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-8
SWF – CWF – WKID Chan 51 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Jay Goodley

1. Johnny Eagles and Maniac Mike Conrad; Double-Count Out.

2. Adnan El Kassie won by DQ over Jose Gonzales who was Too Bloody to Continue. Big X on the TV.

3. Crusher Verdu won by DQ over Ripper Collins. Collins refused to break a hold while Verdu was Tied in the Ropes. Collins slugged referee Lou Magnolia.

4. Bass Brothers (Don/Ron) beat Bill Dromo/Gordon Nelson. Ron Bass; Inverted Suplex Slam over Gordon Nelson.

5. Terry Funk; Texas Piledriver pin over Nature Boy Roger Kirby.


SWF – Viking Hall – Bristol, TN Att; 5,126
Announcers; Rich Landrum and Professor Dale Lewis

1. Bob Roop; Shoulder Breaker Pin over Bullman Vincent.

2. Don Kernodle; Figure Four Submission over Hangman Jim Grabmire.

3. Steve Keirn won by DQ over Soldat Gorky who refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold.

4. The Infernos beat Native Americans (Billy Red Cloud/Wahoo McDaniel).Wahoo failed to make the count during OOR Brawl.

5. Abdullah the Butcher pinned Moondog Mayne. Eddie Creatchman burned Moondog with a cigar.

6. Sgt Slaughter pinned Cowboy Bob Ellis using Hidden Eye Gouges and Choke Holds.
FrankC - Jan 09, 2011 - 10:45 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-9
NWF – The Civic Center – Providence, RI Att: 11,402
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Bruno Sammartino

1. Johnny Valiant and Steve Lombardi; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

2. Powers of Pain (Warlord/Konga the Barbarian) beat Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Satch Abby). Konga pinned Durso with a Kick of Fear.

3. Dirty Dutch Mantel: Tennessee Chainsaw Pin over S.D. Jones.

4. Rowdy Roddy Piper; Piledriver Pin over Chuck “Popeye” Richards.

5. The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules) won by Count-Out over Cross Bronx X-Press (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Estrada failed to make the count during OOR Brawl.

6. Wolfman Farkus pinned Gino Brito. Freddie Blassie hit Brito with Brass Nucks.

7. Hulk Hogan; Running Jumping Legdrop Pin over Dutch Savage.

8. The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog) beat Texas Outlaws (Dick Murdock/DustyRhodes). Butcher; Hangman’s Noose Submission over Dusty. Murdock threw in the towel after refusing to tag. *

* - Post Match – Wolfman Farkus, Dutch Mantel ran to the ring to help Murdock and Butcher Vachon beat Dusty to a pulp. Maddog Vachon and Hulk Hogan stopped the beating and chased the heels to the locker room.
MKABear - Jan 09, 2011 - 04:50 PM
Post subject:
The NWF should be playing to packed houses for a month or so while they sort out this Vachon-Texas Outlaw-Hulk Hogan-Wolfman Farkus dibacle!
FrankC - Jan 10, 2011 - 09:24 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-10
NWF – War Memorial at Oncenter – Syracuse, NY Att: 7,998Announcers; Angelo Savoldi and George Scott

1. Adrian Adonis and Iron Mike Sharp; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

2. Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff; Spike Piledriver Pin over Frankie Williams.

3. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka) beat The Sotos (Manuel/Roberto). Tanaka; Nerve Hold Submission over Manuel.

4. Terry Gibbs won by Count-Out over Mongolian Stomper. Jim Cornette and Stomper got into an argument with Bob Backlund who was at the Announcer’s table. Stomper failed to make the count.

5. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) won by DQ over Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Roma was Too Bloody to Continue after Capt Lou Albano slashed Roma’s forehead with a Sharp Object.

6. Bob Backlund; Atomic Knee Drop Pin over Baron Mikel Scicluna.

7. WWF Title – Steel Cage – George “Animal” Steele (Champion) beat Eric the Red (Challenger). Steele escaped after smashing a Loaded Elbow to Eric’s Groin who was helpless. George “Animal” Steele retains the WWF Title.

Post Match Notes from Fingers Freemont of Pro Wrestling Digest. There seems to be a sense of danger running through the Northern Wrestling Federation. In this card alone Capt Lou Albano has been a thorn that hinges on diabolical. Albano clearly slashed open Paul Roma’s forehead coming dangerously close to Roma’s eyes. In the cage match Capt Lou found a way to distract and hand through the cage some metal so that George Steele could load his elbow band. “Animal” then smashed the loaded elbow to Eric’s private part. It is not that I like Eric but he was clearly beaten and George could have just climbed out of the cage. Instead he is left with a high pitched voice. If Commissioner Jack Ross Jr. doesn’t take action soon the NWF as we have come to know may soon become a mid-century barbaric battle to see how much blood can spill. Suspending Capt Lou Albano may be a good start.
FrankC - Jan 11, 2011 - 09:57 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-11
NWF – DC Armory – Washington, DC Att: 9,916
Announcers; Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson

1. Missing Link; Top Rope Diving Headbutt Pin over Mainiac* Robbie Ellis.

2. Maniac Matt Borne pinned Charlie Fulton with an Illegal Choke Hold.

3. Kamala, the Ugandan Giant; Slap Belly Splash Pin over Duke of Dorchester.

4. U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo/Barry Windham) beat Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Rotundo; Airplane Spin Pin over Rex.

5. Pedro Morales and Rene Goulet; Double Count-Out. During OOR Brawl Sheik Adnan El Kassie came to the ring with Jerry Crusher Blackwell. They got into a melee with Morales after Goulet was slammed through a table. Pedro failed to make the count.

6. The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart) beat The Executioners. Neidhart pinned Executioner #2 after a Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart Megaphone smash.
Post Match Action – Classie Freddie Blassie walked away from The Executioners refusing to manage them again. Executioner #1 removed his mask revealing him to be Nikolai Volkoff. Then Executioner #2 removed his mask revealing him to be Big John Studd. They shook hands before the shocked fans. Volkoff and Studd left the ring.

7. Ivan Putski pinned Jesse “The Body” Ventura using a Roll-Up while Jesse was arguing with referee Mike Sparks.

8. InterContinental Title Match – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion); Flying Elbow pin over Ken Patura (Challenger). Valiant retains the InterContinental Title.
Post Match Action – Sheik Adnan El Kassie ordered Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell into the ring to help Patura savagely attack Valiant. Ivan Putski came out to help but Jimmy was squirming with pain on the canvas by that time. Kaissie was at the top of the ramp screaming “Dis Ain’t Ova.”

* The spelling of Ellis' Mainiac and Borne's Maniac is because Ellis is actually from Maine. For years he hid the fact that he was a wrestler while he ran a very high profiled Antique and Art store. The money he made from his store and wrestling was enough to allow him a fancy coastal home in Maine and a villa in Tuscany. He still runs the store in Portland, ME.
indianaice - Jan 11, 2011 - 01:32 PM
Post subject: RE: NWF 1-11
As time goes on Frank, you have developed some great storylines......well thought out! Blassie walking out on the Executioners resulting in the team removing their hoods. Neat! Maybe Studd and Volkoff are considering face turns since their manager walked on them! You maybe up there in age but you sure construct some great storylines along with the matches that keeps all of us tuned in. Except for the EWF in So. Cal., you would be a great booker and writer!

Keep up the great work! I am constantly tuning in!

BTW, further the storyline on Blassie by bringing in John Tolos to manage and wrestle against Blassie's charges....maybe have Blassie and Tolos engage in a feud much like their classic battles in the early 70's!

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jan 11, 2011 - 04:34 PM
Post subject: ultra quick
indianaice wrote; As time goes on Frank, you have developed some great storylines

Thanks for the nice comments. The storyline must develope through the game and the dice roll. I can have a manager added here and there or a manager taken away and I can determine when that happens although the Post Match resutls could determine. The matches are as is in the dice roll. The win must stand as is. I will not alter. I use my charts and yours to determine how the match was won or lost and I have a manager interfers when a 3-6-9 on the match modifier. On a 3 or 6 the wrestler can refuse the manager's help but on 9 the manager will interfer always. Many may think that this is too frequent but trust me when I say it isn't. Remember managers were there for a reason and that was to give their wrestler an edge.
FrankC - Jan 12, 2011 - 08:49 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-12
NWF – Canton Memorial Civic Center – Canton, OH Att: 5,492
Announcers; Guy Mitchell and Red Ryan

1. King Kong Bundy; Atlantic City Avalanche Pin over Savatore Bellomo.

2. B. Brian Blair; Sleeperhold Submission over Goldie Rogers.

3. Dino Bravo; Side Suplex Pin over Rabid Ron Ritchie.

4. Pretty Boy Larry Sharp won by Count-Out over One Man Gang. Gang was conferring with Jimmy Hart OOR & referee John Benello called for the bell.

5. The Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) beat The High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Gagne was Counted-Out after Valentine threw him into a pop corn machine and he failed to make the count during OOR Brawl.

6. Baron Von Raschke pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio after Crybaby Cannon hit DeFazio in the skull with a bottle.

7. Tiger Chung Lee won by DQ over The Sheik. Tony Angelo was caught burning Tiger with his cigar while The Sheik was caught stabbing Tiger with a pencil.

8. WWF Tag Title – The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox) beat Universal Wave (Rick Martel/Tony Garea). Karl Krupp pinned Tony Garea after Classy Freddie Blassie tripped Tony using his cane. The Killers win the WWf Tag Title.
MKABear - Jan 13, 2011 - 12:55 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 1-11
[quote="FrankC"]NWF – DC Armory – Washington, DC Att: 9,916
Announcers; Ray Stevens and Pat Patterson



8. InterContinental Title Match – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion); Flying Elbow pin over Ken Patura (Challenger). Valiant retains the InterContinental Title.
Post Match Action – Sheik Adnan El Kassie ordered Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell into the ring to help Patura savagely attack Valiant. Ivan Putski came out to help but Jimmy was squirming with pain on the canvas by that time. Kaissie was at the top of the ramp screaming “Dis Ain’t Ova.”

It is apparent to me that the "Boogie Woogie Man" from New York City needs to suspend his Intercontinental defenses, making only NWF mandatory defenses, and take care of this trio of Kassie, Blackwell and Patura. Boogie has proven he is the champion time and time again, but bringing up a couple of old friends from Texas might help even the playing field. Mr. Rhodes and Mr. Funk are you listening?
FrankC - Jan 13, 2011 - 05:34 PM
Post subject: "Boogie"
To MKABear; Your comments make a lot of sense but "Boogie" has a lot more than Adnan El Kassie to worry about. Kassie's stable of Crusher Blackwell and Ken Patura carry a vendetta. They will settle for nothing less than blood. Meanwhile The Sheik has gone crazy and the entrance of Killer Khan to the Fed is not good news for the easier going fans. "Boogie" may not find friends on the face side of the wall because of his violent methods as a heel prior to this so each heel can take a shot. Wolfaman Farkus is always close by to cause havoc as is the Ugandan Giant Kamala and the Missing Link. So far Ivan Putski is helping "Boogie" but others have not come forward. This may be a battle that Jimmy "Boogie" Valiant can't win. He has defended his Intercontinental Belt but for how much longer. Dirty Dutch Mantel along with his whip "Shoo Baby" is waiting in the wings.
indianaice - Jan 13, 2011 - 07:00 PM
Post subject:
I just love the storylines......I guess if you run cards and matches, the carded wrestlers have a mind of their own.....the stories pop up with a roll of the dice. Frank C is the modern day J. Henry Waugh! My respect and encouragement to him as long as he keeps the feds alive! I look forward to his posts==yes, I know, a broken record from me. Having MKBear chime in with his "heel" persona adds to the brilliance and charm to this gaming project.

I, for one, would love to a project like this but with only one fed. I just need to find one wrestling game that can give me that opportunity, to take real life wrestlers from the past and tweek things just a bit to give them more life!

Bravo, gents!

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jan 14, 2011 - 09:19 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-14
NWF – Iowa Vets Memorial Auditorium – Des Moines, IA Att: 14,590
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and TV Jackie Pallo

1. Playboy Buddy Rose won by DQ over Killer Kahn. Kahn refused to break an Illegal Asian Spike to the Throat.

2. Rick Martel; Boston Crab Submission over Stan Vachon.

3. Dominic DeNucci; Abdominal Stretch Submission over Rusty Brooks.

4. Tony Parisi won by Count-Out over Larry Zbyszko. During OOR Brawl Larry was arguing with Dom DeNucci, who was at ringside, and he failed to make the count.

5. The Blackjacks (Mulligan/Lanza) beat The Beverly Bros (Beau/Blake). Mulligan; Dreaded Claw Submission over Blake.

6. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell pinned Tony Rocco after Sheik Adnan El Kassie Threw a Fireball.

7. Ivan Koloff pinned Rocky Johnson. Tony Angelo held Rocky’s legs.

8. AWA Title – Johnny Powers (Challenger) won by DQ over Superstar Graham (Champion). Graham refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold. Superstar Graham retains the AWA Title.


NWF – Rankings 1-14

WWA Champion – George “Animal” Steele
1. Bob Backlund
2. Ivan Putski
3. Ivan Koloff
4. Gino Brito
5. Eric the Red

AWA Champion – Superstar Graham
1. Johnny Powers
2. Baron Von Raschke
3. Crusher Jerry Blackwell
4. Rick Martel
5. Tony Parisi

Intercontinental Champion – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant
1. Dirty Dutch Mantel
2. Tiger Chung Lee
3. Wolfman Farkus
4. Ken Patura
5. The Sheik

NWF Tag Champions – The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox)
1. Bass Brothers (Don/Ron)
2. The Vachons (Butcher/Maddog)
3. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan)
4. Hart Foundation (Bret hart/JimNeidhart)
5. Universal Wave (Tony Garea/RickMartel)

Most Admired
1. Johnny Powers
2. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant
3. Ivan Putski
4. Gino Brito
5. Hulk Hogan

Most Hated
1. Wolfman Farkus
2. Superstar Graham
3. Baron Von Raschke
4. Ken Patura
5. Dirty Dutch Mantel
lobo - Jan 14, 2011 - 11:04 AM
Post subject: RE: NWF 1-14
Cool, George the Animal Steele is still champ. I enjoy reading your results & storylines.
MKABear - Jan 14, 2011 - 09:48 PM
Post subject:
Thanks for the kind words, Mr. Meek.

I have been to matches in Memphis with Dirty Dutch Mantel and Handsome Jimmy teamed together, and as opponents with each having turns and face/heel. They always put on a good show. So I look forward to their showdown here.

But I'm just saying - If Patera, Kassie, or that other scumbag attack Jimmy again, I wouldn't be surprised if help didn't come from the rafters! Heck, if he has to the Handsome One is not above hiring Jimmy Hart to provide protection.
FrankC - Jan 15, 2011 - 09:40 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-15
SWF – Dortan Arena – Raleigh, NC Att; 7,160
Announcers; Eddie Sharkey and Tough Tony Borne

1. Colonel DeBeers; Double Underhook Facebuster Pin over Big Bill Dromo.

2. The Dream; Back Body Drop Pin over L.D. Lewis.

3. Johnny Eagles won by DQ over Soldat Gorky. Gorky was caught with a Foreign Object in his trunks.

4. The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker) won by DQ over The Desperados (Black Bart/Ron Bass). Ron Bass refused to let up on a Boot to the Throat of Jim Grabmire.

5. Paul Jones; Indian Deathlock Submission over Leaping Lanny Poffo. Butcher Brannigan came to the ring and was instructed by Colonel Parker to help Jones pummel the helpless Poffo. Don Muraco and Mike Graham came to help but Poffo was beaten to a pulp and had to be taken away on a stretcher.

6. Misters of Evil (Saito/Pogo) Beat Roger Kirby/Bruce Swayze. Mr. Saito pinned Bruce Swayze after an Evil Doubleteam.

7. Don Muraco pinned Jos LeDuc. Col. Homer O’Dell tried to hand LeDuc a Foreign Object but Muraco intercepted and used for the KO.

8. SWF TV Title – Beautiful Beauregarde won by Count Out over Mike Graham. Graham was smashed head first into a vendor booth during OOR Brawl. SWF TV Title remains vacant.

9. Nebraska Bull Rope Match – Butcher Brannigan pinned Ted DiBiase. While referee Jack Terry was KO’d, Colonel Parker smashed the Cowbell to DiBiase’s skull. Brannigan and Paul Jones tied Ted with the Rope and dragged him through the crowd and then into the ring for the pin.
FrankC - Jan 16, 2011 - 09:53 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-16
SWF – Lakeland Center – Lakeland, FL Att: 9,986
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Buddy Colt

1. Bullman Vincent pinned Tim Horner after Boris Zukov handed Bullman Brass Nucks for the KO.

2. Boris Zukov pinned Randy Brewer after Bullman Vincent tripped Randy into the pin.

3. Bugsy McGraw; The Splash Pin over Dusty Wolfe.

4. Dog Collar Match – Jake “The Snake” Roberts pinned Moondog Lonnie Mayne. Precious Paul Ellering handed Jake a Fire Extinguisher while referee Angelo Savoldi was KO’d. Jake smashed it to Moondog’s skull splitting it open. The Blood was Flowing!!

5. The Infernos won by Count-Out over The Briscos (Jerry/Jack). Jerry was held by J.C. Dykes during an OOR Brawl and he couldn’t make the bell.

6. Terry Taylor and Bobby Duncum; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.
7. Ox Baker pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong. Oliver Humerdink used a rope to choke Bob and help Ox get the pin.

8. Florida Title – Tommy “Wildfire” Rich (Challenger); Sitout Suplex Slam Pin Over Jimmy Snuka (Champion). Tommy Rich wins the Florida Title.

Fingers Freemont - Pro Wrestling Digest - Just as in the NWF, the SWF is getting very dangerous. The time has come to cut down on the blatant illegal moves that are causing injuries. At the big show in Raleigh, NC we witnessed the Misters Of Evil (Saito/Pogo) savagely doubleteam the helpless Bruce Swayze. The illegal nerve holds may have cause permanent damage. Then Beautiful Beauregarde threw Mike Graham into a vendor cart. The numerous cuts on Mike had to be stiched. I won't even mention the Nebraska Bullrope Match. It was a disgrace. Here in Lakeland we are seeing more of the same. Jake "Snake" Roberts part of Paul Ellering's Legion of Doom gave Moondog Lonnie Mayne a ridge in his skull by crashing a Fire Extinguisher over the head. There was so much blood that Lonnie couldn't see and easily got pinned. Oliver Humperdink nearly choked all the life out of Bullet Bob Armstrong in helping the evil Ox Baker get the pin. Something has to be done. We keep sending all the tapes to Commissioner Tommy Siegler but his office has not responded. Maybe the large crowds have blinded his common sense.
FrankC - Jan 17, 2011 - 09:58 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-17
SWF – Savannah Civic Center – Savannah, GA Att: 9,552Announcers; Al Costello and Eddie Sharkey

1. The Great Kabuki; Thrust Kick Pin over Blackjack Slade.

2. Wahoo McDaniel; Tomahawk Chops Pin over Nobleman Joe Turko.

3. Junkyard Dog pinned Hustler Rip Rogers using a Rusty Chain from the Junk Wagon for the KO. (During the earlier days Dog came to the ring with a Junk Wagon filled with rusty items)

4. Brass Nucks Match – Terry Funk pinned Billy Robinson after slamming his head into the steel steps, grinding his face into the metal and slinging him back into the ring.

5. Masked Superstar won by DQ over Don Kernodle. Don was Too Bloody to Continue.

6. Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) won by DQ over Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa/King Curtis). Crybaby Cannon was caught handing King Curtis a Sharp Object.

7. Crusher Verdu pinned Cowboy Bill Watts with a Roll-Up grabbing a handful of tights.

8. NWA Heavyweight Title – Dirty Dick Slater (Champion); Kneedrop Pin over Crazy Luke Graham (Challenger). Slater retains the NWA Belt.
FrankC - Jan 18, 2011 - 09:59 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-18
SWF – Von Braun Center – Huntsville, AL Att: 11,976
Announcers; Dickie Steinborn and Charlie Pratt

1. The Spoiler; Walk Rope Elbow Smash Pin over Maniac Mike Conrad.

2. Buzz Sawyer; Powerslam Pin over Sodbuster Kenny Jay. The Dream hit Kenny with a Blackjack to the skull while Kevin Sullivan distracted referee Terry Yorkston.

3. Pistol Pez Whatley won by DQ over Wildman Mike Boyette. Boyette pulled out a Sharp Object while Whatley was tied in the ropes. Referee Eddie Gersh called for the bell.

4. Bob Roop pinned Bob Orton Jr after Luna Vachon and The Lock attacked Orton. The Lock viciously scratched Orton’s eyes while Luna applied a Crotch Claw. Kevin Sullivan kept referee Terry Yorkston distracted. After the match Kevin Sullivan entered the ring with his Army of Darkness consisting of Purple Haze, Luna Vachon, Buzz Sawyer, The Dream (Maniac Mike Davis), Maha Singh (Bob Roop) and The Lock (Princess Little Heart). Sullivan announced that his Army of Darkness was on a crusade to follow the wishes of Abudadien and bring everyone to the edge of Hades.

5. Rock and Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) won by DQ over Chain gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Jimm Dillinger was caught with Brass Nucks.

6. Boot Camp Match – Sgt Slaughter beat Ronnie Garvin. Slaughter used the Bayonette to slash Ronnie. He was Too Bloody to Continue. The MASH unit was called to carry Garvin off on a stretcher.

7. Army of Darkess (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) beat The Blackhearts (Black Gordman/Great Goliath). Sullivan; Tree of Woe Submission over Goliath after Luna applied a Crotch Claw.

8. SWF Tag Title - Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2 (Champions) beat Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown) (Challengers). Roberts split his head open on the concrete during OOR Brawl and was Too Bloody to Continue. Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2 retain the SWF Tag Belts.

9. Paul LeDuc won by DQ over Great Mephisto. Shelina was caught Throwing a Fireball.


Fingers Freemont - Pro Wrestling Digest; Referees Terry Yorkston and Eddie Gersh had their hands full with these matches. Commissioner Tommy Siegler has them watching the wrestlers closely. Kevin Sullivan has gone over the top. He was a few years ago a fan favorite who followed every rule but now he has put together a crazy group called The Army of Darkness. Both Bob Roop, now called Maha Singh, and Mike Davis, now called The Dream, were admired by the fans but they are following Sullivan and the odd Puple Haze. Luna Vachon is as wild as ever but what has gotten into Princess Little Heart. She is vicious under her new name The Lock. It is like a horror movie.
FrankC - Jan 19, 2011 - 08:54 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-19
SWF – James White Civic Coliseum – Knoxville, TN Att: 7,096
Announcers; Ted Lewin and Cowboy Bob Ellis

1. Rip Morgan pinned Buddy Wolfe after Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Buddy with the Gong-Bell while referee Jim Mitchell was KO’d.

2. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) beat Jose Gonzales/Pancho Valdez. Ken Wayne; Fling Dropkick Pin over Pancho Valdez.

3. Kendo Nagasaki; Samauri Kick Pin over Bobby “Hurricane” Hunt.

4. Exotic Adrian Street pinned Tank Patton. Miss Linda crowned Tank with a Loaded Purse.

5. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) beat The Jivetones (Norvell Austin/Tiger Conway Jr). Luke Williams; Battering Ram Pin over Norvell Austin after Lord Jonathan Boyd slugged Austin with a Blackjack.

6. Cage Match – Bruiser Brody beat Abdullah the Butcher. Brody threw Abdullah from the top of the cage to the canvas and followed with a Falling Knee Drop.

7. Ric Flair; Figure Four Submission over Seigfried Stanke.

8. Southern Heavyweight Title – Auston Idol (Champion); Vegas Leglock Submission over Steve Keirn (Challenger). Austin Idol retains the Southern HW Belt.


SWF – Rankings 1-19

NWA Champion – Dirty Dick Slater
1. Paul Jones
2. Ric Flair
3. Bruiser Brody
4. Sgt. Slaughter
5. Crazy Luke Graham

FLA Champion – Tommy “Wildfire” Rich
1. Terry Funk
2. Masked Superstar
3. Ox Baker
4. Wahoo McDaniel
5. Crusher Verdu

Southern Champion – Austin Idol
1. The Spoiler
2. Don Muraco
3. Exotic Adrian Street
4. Butcher Brannigan
5. Steve Keirn

SWF Tag Champions – Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2
1. Misters of Evil (Saito/Pogo)
2. The Infernos
3. Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze)
4. Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown)
5. Desperados (Black Bart/Ron Bass)

SWF TV Title – Vacant
1. Beautiful Beauregarde
2. Johnny Eagles
3. Maha Singh
4. Don Kernodle
5. Mike Graham

Most Admired
1. Bullet Bob Armstrong
2. Steve Keirn
3. Wahoo McDaniel
4. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich
5. Ted DiBiase

Most Hated
1. Army of Darkness
2. Paul Jones
3. Terry Funk
4. Austin Idol
5. Sgt. Slaughter
FrankC - Jan 20, 2011 - 09:24 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-20
NWF – Augusta Civic Center – Augusta, ME Att: 5,674
Announcers; Sandy Scott and Angelo Savoldi

1. The Old Port Mainiac Robbie Ellis pinned Missing Link. During OOR action Ivan Putski came to ringside and KO’d Sheik Adnan El Kassie. He then slammed Link’s head into the steel steps and threw him into the ring helpless. Putski took the microphone and announced “A message from Boogie; This is the beginning of payback.”

2. Maniac Matt Borne; Bridging German Suplex Pin over The Merced Terror Tony DiPaulo.

3. Ivan Putski; Polish Power Pin over Butcher Vachon.

4. The Strongbows (Jules/Chief Jay) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Jules pinned Spot after Chief Jay reversed a “Smash with the Dog Bone.”

5. Eric the Red pinned Big John Studd after a Grand Wizard Chairshot to the skull while referee Henry Van Loom was KO’d.

6. Rick Martel; Boston Crab Submission over Johnny Valiant.

7. Gino Brito pinned King Kong Bundy. Bundy got slashed in the forehead and was blinded by blood. Little Beaver was seen hiding a sharp object. Bobby Heenan is protesting to commissioner Jack Ross Jr. to have Brito’s midgets* banished.

* - Sky Low Low, Farmer Boy Jones, Little Beaver and Joey Russell come to ringside during Brito's matches. They always show the "hands off' innocence but they have reached out with some devilish actions. It is suspected that Little Beaver, a milder member of this little people group, was retaliating because Bundy actually used an Atlantic City Avalanche on Beaver during a previous match. Bundy at 475 lbs had the advantage on Beaver who weighs 93 lbs.
indianaice - Jan 20, 2011 - 01:04 PM
Post subject:
Gino Brito should be the number 1 bad guy because he draws instant heat with the midgets escorting him everywhere. Excellent gimmick here, Frank! I bet bundy got a huge pop when he applied the Atlantic City Avalanche on Little Beaver. I do, however, feel bad for Beaver because of the weight difference.

Storyline should have the Commish ban the midgets in Brito's next big match. Too much distraction, especially with the little guys running around creating havoc.

BTW Frank, thanks for the email suggesting Brainbuster. I tried Brainbuster once with a lack of real interest but now, after about 20 matches, I am convinced that Brainbuster is a very good wrestling sim.

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Jan 20, 2011 - 04:22 PM
Post subject: Brito
indianaice wrote; Gino Brito should be the number 1 bad guy because he draws instant heat with the midgets escorting him everywhere. Excellent gimmick here, Frank! I bet bundy got a huge pop when he applied the Atlantic City Avalanche on Little Beaver. I do, however, feel bad for Beaver because of the weight difference.

Gino Brito would never pass for a bad guy. The midget gimmick was a real life happening. Jack Britten, Gino's father, was the main promoter of midget wrestling. He was not only looked upon as a good boss and promoter by the midgets, Jack was revered. The midgets would attend matches of Gino Brito and come to ringside. They would cause havoc much to the delight of the fans. Most of the time it was harmless but once in a while Joey Russell would get out of hand and he was on the mean side.

The King Kong Bundy and Little Beaver incident actually happened I think at a WrestleMania. I could not believe what I was seeing when it did happen but it was on TV and I was watching. In the matches this morning the dice rolled so that Little Beaver could have the chance at a payback of sorts. The finish was an outside interference pin for Gino and that was perfect with 4 midgets ready to help out.
FrankC - Jan 20, 2011 - 05:46 PM
Post subject: Brainbuster vs Ultra Quick
indianaice wrote; BTW Frank, thanks for the email suggesting Brainbuster. I tried Brainbuster once with a lack of real interest but now, after about 20 matches, I am convinced that Brainbuster is a very good wrestling sim.

Someone told me about Brainbuster. I continue to use Ultra Quick. My charts fit the game and I converted all my cards to larger with pictures. I began playing Ultra when Jeff 1st released it so it has been quite a number of years. It doesn't cost a lot to get a yearbook so it fits my purpose. I have even done a Fed from the 50's. It has been ongoing through the years but not as much as right now. Tomorrow I am going to list the wrestlers I have used who changed names as years went along.
indianaice - Jan 20, 2011 - 06:12 PM
Post subject:
Nothing like re-writing wrestling history! I would be interested in seeing what your cards with the pictures are like. Also, being a history buff, I would love to read about your wrestling in the 50's.

Edward R. Meek
rickert - Jan 20, 2011 - 06:34 PM
Post subject:
I really like UQ and think Jeff has done a really nice job with it. I really wish I had stuck with it more.

My only problems with it were multiple wrestler scenarios, like Triple Threat and Fatal 4 Ways.
FrankC - Jan 21, 2011 - 08:09 AM
Post subject: Wrestling Personas NWF
I said that I would list the wrestling personas for the wrestlers I have used at one time or another under those names. Some wrestlers who I have not listed have only been used under 1 name by me. Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair are examples.

Of course many wrestlers start out as jobbers and move up the a more front line status. Big John Studd who wrestled as Chuck O'Connor would be a good example. Also Brutus Beefcake jobbed for a while until gaining his persona that was a trademark.

Several of the wrestlers tried different gimmicks with the results of each persona being less than satisfying. Friar Ferguson could never find his way to the front line. He tried Bastian Booger and Norman the Lunatic but had to job as each character. Johnny K-9 moved up slightly as Bruiser Bedlam and Taras Bulba but he was competing in smaller Feds under the last two personas. The biggest dud of the group has to be Salvatore Bellomo. Poor Sal just couldn't get across with the fans so he moved and changed his name to Sal Martino. It was a take off on the fictional Johnny Fontaine from the Godfather who was played by singer Al Martino. When this didn't work he then became Centurian Marsella. He hit his head and was convinced that he was a reincarnation. It was a far reach to say the least. Later Sal added "Wildman" to his Sal Bellomo name but no one could take him serious.

Keep in mind that these are only the names of wrestlers I have used through the years. Other personas for them may exist but I have yet to use them.

Wresting Personas - NWF

Adrian Adonis – Randy Brewer
Chief Jay Strongbow – Joltin Joe Scarpa
Eric the Red – The Animal
George “Animal” Steele – Moose Myers
Ivan Koloff – Red McNulty
Jimmy Valiant – Big John Vallen
Johnny Valiant – John L. Sullivan
Duke of Dorchester – Pete Doherty – The Golden Terror
Rene Goulet – Sgt. Jacque Goulet
Stan Vachon – The Mad Russian
Tiger Chung Lee – Kim Duc
Wolfman Farkus – The Hungarian Wolfman – The Canadian Wolfman – Willie Farkus
Ivan Putski – Hercules Bednarski
Nicolai Volkoff – Executioner #1 – Bepo Mongol
Big John Studd – Executioner #2 0 Chuck O’Connor
Steve Lombardi – Brooklyn Brawler
King Kong Bundy – Man Mountain Canyon
Salvatore Bellomo – Centurian Marsella – Sal Martino
Kamala – Sugar Bear Harris
Dick Murdock – Captain Redneck
Friar Ferguson – Bastian Booger – Norman the Lunatic
Johnny K-9 – Taras Bulba – Bruiser Bedlam
Brutus Beefcake – Dizzy Hogan
The Barbarian – Konga – The Headshrinker – Super Assassin #1
The Warlord – Super Assassin #2
Jules Strongbow – Chief Running Hill
Sheik Adnan El Kassie – Chief Bill White Wolf

I will list the SWF next.
FrankC - Jan 21, 2011 - 09:26 AM
Post subject: SWF Personas
Wrestling Personas – SWF

There isn't much to add to this list for the SWF. A few wrestlers were using their later character in my Fed before using their current. An example is Steve Keirn who has jumped into several Feds both as Keirn and as Skinner. I was using Skinner (1991) prior to moving into the 70's and early 80's. Earlier I had used Steve as 1/2 of the Fabulous Ones. I did somewhat the same with Bill Eadie as Demolition Ax but he became Bill Eadie in the 70's and Bolo Mongol then the Masked Superstar. A few wrestlers to mention are; Killer Tim Brooks, Bugsy McGraw and Colonel Debeers. They are performers that are just below main event level but they are wrestlers who keep the Feds going. Each has had several personas and each has been solid in character.

Masked Superstar – Bill Eadie – Bolo Mongol – Demolition Ax
Billy Spears – Sarbo the Magnificent
Bullet Bob Armstrong – John Durango
Bob Orton Jr. – Billy Gaster – Masked Invader
Maha Singh – Bob Roop
Cowboy Parker – Scott Elmore
Crazy Luke Graham – Pretty Boy Calhoun
Don Muraco – Don Morrow
Gordon Nelson – Dr X
Hurricane Frank Hester – ½ of the Masked Dominoes – Siki Samara
King Louie Tillet – Sonny “Roughhouse” Fargo
Austin Idol – Iron Mike McCord
Pancho Valdez – Pancho Rosario
Paul Jones – Mr. Florida
Ripper Collins – Bummy Rogers
Rugged Ronnie Garvin – Ron Barnes – Mr. Eau Gallie – Mr. Knoxville
Steve Keirn – Skinner
The Spoiler – Sonny Cooper
Soldat Gorky – Wolfman Smith – Boris Volkoff
Bruiser Brody – Red River Jack
Butcher Brannigan – Joe Nova
Dr. Bill Miller - The Crimson Knight
Johnny Eagles – Johnny Marlin
Sgt Slaughter – Beautiful Bobby Remus
Bugsy McGraw – The Brute – Mighty Brutus – The Skull
Boris Zhukov – Pvt. Jim Nelson
Colonel DeBeers – Easy Ed Wisowski – The Polish Prince – Derek Draper
Junkyard Dog – Big Daddy Ritter
Rip Morgan – The Real Thing
The Dream – Maniac Mike Davis – ½ of the Rock & Roll RPM’s
Buddy Roberts – Dale Valentine
Jerry Brown – The Convict
Jimmy Golden – Bunkhouse Buck
Colonel Parker (manager) – “Tennessee Stud” Robert Fuller
Killer Tim Brooks – Bounty Hunter – Buster Brown Brody – Crazy Luke Mulligan
Purple Haze – Maniac Mark Lewin
Kevin Sullivan – Lucifer – Johnny West
Black Gordman – The Blue Flame
Jack Brisco – Ulvade Slim
Jerry Brisco – Lord O’Beid
Jim Dillinger – Chris Colt – Paul Dupree
King Curtis Iaukea – Prince Kuhio – Master of The Dungeon of Doom
Inferno #1 Fireball (Frankie Caine) – Jimmy Martin
Inferno #2 Clubfoot (Jimmy “Rocky” Smith)
FrankC - Jan 21, 2011 - 12:34 PM
Post subject: 1950s
My own memories of 1950

I was 12 years old in 1950 when we got a TV. There were only a few major attractions on TV. Baseball had one camera behind home plate so it was a bit boring. As kids we were more attracted the Roller Derby and Wrestling because of the action. The Roller Derby had a team named the Brooklyn Red Devils that we would follow especially when they played the New York Chiefs. I didn’t know it at the time but the Red Devils didn’t have a home arena so they were a constant travel team. I think the Roller Derby tried to be legitimate and the crowds reacted well.

Our favorite though was Wrestling. A number of years ago I added a group of 50s wrestlers to Ultra Quick so I could recreate some of my memories. The world of wrestling was different than today or even 20 years ago. Most wrestlers didn’t use specific finishers and the matches were more confined to the center of the ring. Forearm Smashes and Knees to the Stomach were very common. Flying Body Presses and Leaps from the Ropes were less likely. The exception to this was bare footed specialist Antonio Rocca. Rocca was a glimpse into the future and was a huge favorite because of his style.

Matches on TV were broadcast on the Dumont Network and the announcer was Dennis James who later became very famous as the host of a number of game shows on TV. Local shows were held in any building that could hold a ring and several hundred chairs. In 1950 it was the empty mills around Brooklyn that were used. The larger show of 4000 or so was staged at the Ridgewood Grove or the Long Island City Arena. The really large shows would be at the Long Island Arena or Madison Square Garden. As a kid the local show is all I ever saw live but it was wrestling. Rankings, etc meant nothing to me. I wanted to see the monsters (200+ lbs) in the ring.

Here is a list of a few stars of the day that became part of my own recreation;

Killer Buddy Austin – Master of the Piledriver
The French Angel – Top Notch Strongman
The Beast (Yvon Cormier) – Hairy Wildman
Brute Bernard – Well Hated Heel
Skull Murphy – Major heel who often teamed with Bernard
Mr. Moto – Master of the Illegal Sleeper Hold. Knuckle behind the ear. Everyone would see him doing it except the referee.
Chief Chewaki – Big Nasty Guy. Gypsy Chief. Played Luca Brazi in The Godfather.
Q-Ball Jack Rush – Bald tough guy
Handsome Johnny Berend – Major heel star.
Steve Stanlee – Peroxide Blond who called himself Mr. America
Chief Don Eagle – Top Flight Wrestler. Had it all including the Title.
The Bushman – Weird character escorted by his Valet The Fabulous Moolah
Whipper Billy Watson – Lots of energy and talent
Masked Marvel – Tom Steel was the best Marvel. We got chills when we heard “From Parts Unknown.”
Hans Schmidt – Ultimate Villain. He was called The Teuton Terror. Germans were still scary to kids because we remembered WW II. Schmidt was actually from Canada. His real name was Guy Larose.
TV Jackie Pallo – He was a Gorgeous George ‘wannabe” and a lot of fun.
Spaceman Frank Hickey – Dressed up like Flash Gordon and never won.
Chief Osley Saunooke – 350 LB Cherokee Heel. Very Scary.
Gorgeous George – Praced around and always cheated.
FrankC - Jan 22, 2011 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-22
NWF – Ocean City Convention Center – Ocean City, MD Att: 4,996
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Jimmy Lennon

1. Dino Bravo; Side Suplex Pin over Johnny K-9.

2. Jimmy Valiant came to ringside prior to the Terry Gibbs-Ken Patura match. Jimmy offered money to Gibbs in order to take his place. Gibbs was more than happy to take the money. RESULT – Ken Patura won by DQ over Jimmy Valiant. Jimmy used a Chairshot to the skull on Sheik Adnan El Kassie and then entered the ring with the chair to chase Patura. Referee Andy DePaul called for the bell.

3. Nicolai Volkoff; Backbreaker Submission over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp.

4. One Man Gang; Hit with Chain Pin over Paul LeDuc.

5. U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo/Barry Windham) beat Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Rotundo over Rodz. Rodz and Estrada ran into the ring for a Dirty Doubleteam but had their heads smashed together for KO by Rotundo and Windham.

6. Adrian Adonis pinned Tony Parisi. Percy Pringle hit Tony with a Lead Pipe to the skull while referee Andy DePaul was KO’d.

7. Hulk Hogan; Running Jumping Leg Drop Pin over Baron Mikel Scicluna.
MKABear - Jan 22, 2011 - 10:02 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 1-22
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Ocean City Convention Center – Ocean City, MD Att: 4,996
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Jimmy Lennon



2. Jimmy Valiant came to ringside prior to the Terry Gibbs-Ken Patura match. Jimmy offered money to Gibbs in order to take his place. Gibbs was more than happy to take the money. RESULT – Ken Patura won by DQ over Jimmy Valiant. Jimmy used a Chairshot to the skull on Sheik Adnan El Kassie and then entered the ring with the chair to chase Patura. Referee Andy DePaul called for the bell.


Money well spent I think, don't you? One by one the Handsome One will clean this riff raff out of here!
MKABear - Jan 22, 2011 - 10:15 AM
Post subject: RE: Re: NWF 1-22
Your reminiscing about the your youth got me to thinking about mine.

I am from a very small town in SE Missouri. My father owned a new and used furniture store in the early 70's. He rented one of his warehouses to the local wrestling promoter for his matches. My uncle was the ring announcer. I got to meet all the wrestlers and idol worship these guys. None of them ever made it out of the local joints, but boy they put on a show.

In the mid 70's cablevision came to town, and we could get the Memphis shows. For those who aren't familiar with Memphis wrestling, they are really angle driven, some with weeks of set up just to get a full house at the Coliseum. The most famous of these is, of course, the Andy Kaufman - Jerry Lawler feud. That is the only time I fell for a wrestling angle. It was really set up so well, I actually thought Kaufman was crazy enough to try to do that, and Lawler had to show the interloper that wrestling was real. At that time, wrestling was still claiming to be legit. When it came out that Lawler, Kaufman, Zamuda? had set that all up with Jarrett the promoter, I was shocked. One person not in on it was David Letterman, his shock on the TV show was genuine.

At about the same time, my grandmother lived in St. Louis and she got Wrestling at the Chase, on either Friday or Saturday nights. We would visit a few times a year and I loved it. The promotion was completely different than in Memphis. The most glaring was there was rarely ever any tag team matches, it was almost all single matches. Those shows is where I learned to like the heels. The Von Erich's were the faces then and they were so sugary good it could make you sick. Dick the Bruiser was my favorite heel, and Harley Race was the dominant champion.

Great stuff.
FrankC - Jan 22, 2011 - 12:39 PM
Post subject: Memphis
For anyone who hasn't visited the Memphis wrestling site it is worth your time. Jerry Lawler's art work is graet and there are stories about the various wrestlers who competed includung Andy Kaufman;

http://www.memphiswrestlinghistory.com/misc.html
FrankC - Jan 22, 2011 - 12:44 PM
Post subject: website
I forgot to mention that under reccommended at the bottom of the opening page is a Jerry Lawler web site. If you go to his site you will reach a world of information about wrestling. It is a joy.
FrankC - Jan 24, 2011 - 08:33 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-24
NWF – Toyota Center – York, PA Att: 4,860
Announcers; Bill Cardille and Red Ryan

“The Voice of Wrestling” - Bill Cardille interview:
Bill was interviewing Dick Murdock questioned Murdock about his vicious turn around on Dusty Rhodes. Murdock became frustrated and reached for a flood lamp. Dusty Rhodes came from behind the curtain and hit Murdock with a Bionic Elbow. Murdock wasn’t injured. He backed off claiming that Rhodes probably had other wrestlers waiting behind the cutain. Dusty gained 300 points for his next match.

1. Killer Khan; Priental Spike Submission over Salvatore Bellomo.

2. Mad Dog Vachon won by Count-Out over Big Bully Busick. Busick was KO’d after a piledriver on the entrance ramp during OOR Brawl.

3. Kamala; Slap Belly Spash Pin over S.D. Jones.

4. Wild Samoans (Sika/Afa) beat the Beverly Bros. (Blake/Beau). Afa; Double Headbutt Pin over Beau.

5. Dick Murdock; Brainbuster Pin over Tony Garea.

6. Charlie Fulton won by Count-Out over Jerry Crusher Blackwell. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant came to ringside and started a brawl with Sheik Adnan El Kassie. Blackwell got into the action and was held by Valiant until Jerry missed the count.

7. Rowdy Roddy Piper (escorted by Sherri Martel) pinned Dominic DeNucci after Sherri handed Roddy a roll of quarters for the KO.
FrankC - Jan 25, 2011 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-25
NWF – Brown County Veteran’s Arena – Green Bay, WI Att: 5,188
Announcers; Ray Stevens and Bulldog Brower

1. Superfly Jimmy Snuka; Superfly Splash Pin over Friar Ferguson.

2. Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian) beat Mike Pappas/Victor Rivera. Warlord; Flying Clothesline Pin over Mike Pappas.

3. Larry Zbyszko pinned Iron Mike Sharp by using the Ropes for Leverage.

4. Professor Toru Tanaka; Nerve Hold Submission over Stan Vachon.

5. Hart Foundation (Jim Neidhart/Bret Hart) beat Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jim Powers). Neidhart over Roma; Hart Attack (Flying Clothesline) Pin.

6. Rocky Johnson pinned Dutch Savage after taking a Foreign Object from Dutch to use for a Smash to the Chops.

7. Ivan Koloff and B. Brian Blair; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.
FrankC - Jan 26, 2011 - 09:17 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-26
NWF – Firstier Event Center – Kearney, NE Att: 4,908
Announcers; Wayne Griffin and Bruno Sammartino (Dick the Bruiser)

Wayne Griffin interviews – Dusty Rhodes was being interviewed when Wolfman Farkus came on the scene. Wolfman immediately grabbed a chair and swung at Dusty but missed hitting Wayne. The announcer slumped to the floor. Dusty and Bruno Sammartino subdued and pulled Wolfman to the locker room. Wolfman gets +300 for today’s match and will remain the #1 most hated wrestler. Dick the Bruiser, who was scheduled as a special referee, took over announcing with Bruno.

1. Mongolian Stomper and Chuck “Popeye” Richards; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

2. Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake/Greg Valentine) beat Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Satch Abby). Valentine; Figure Four Submission over Abby.

3. Paul Orndorff; Spike Piledriver Pin over Rene Goulet.

4. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan) beat The Soto’s (Roberto/Manuel). Mulligan over Manuel; Flying back Elbow.

5. Wolfman Farkus pinned Playboy Buddy Rose. Classy Freddie Blassie reached in and smothered Playboy’s face with a Rag Soaked in Ether.

6. Napoli Tony Rocco won by DQ over The Sheik. The Sheik was caught stabbing Rocco with a pencil while Tony was tied in the ropes.

7. Dusty Rhodes pinned Tiger Chung Lee. Willie Farkus and Fr
eddie Blassie came to ringside. Blassie distracted referee Lou Magnolia while Farkus tried to attack Rhodes with a steel chair. His swing missed and he hit Tiger Chung Lee over the head.

Note from Commissioner Jack Ross Jr. – The injury to Wayne Griffin is a disgrace. One of the NWF’s premier announcers was put out of commission through the negligence of uncaring wrestlers and managers. Though I fault Wolfman Farkus with this injury, I also think that Dusty Rhodes didn’t discourage the incident. Classy Freddie Blassie is less than classy. I am ordering a Cage Match between Dusty Rhodes and Wolfman Farkus at the next large arena card. Classy Freddie will be handcuffed to the ring post during that match. If Wolfman causes any ruckus between now and then he will be deported back to Rumania.

Note from Classy Freddie Blassie – Ross is a Pencil Neck Geek.
Dave_Barton - Jan 26, 2011 - 01:33 PM
Post subject:
Hi Frank,

I just thought of something. Would you be willing to post a "Year in Review" recap of all your title changes (and maybe even your major feuds) of 2010? Seeing as we just started the New Year, I think it'd be pretty cool.
FrankC - Jan 27, 2011 - 08:22 AM
Post subject: NWF 1-27
NWF – Island Garden – W. Hempstead, NY Att: 4,872
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo

1. Killer Karl Krupp; Eye Klaw Submission over Sgt Frank Holz.

2. Johnny Powers; Power Lock (Figure Four) Submission over Goldie Rogers.

3. Mr. Fuji and Steve Lombardi; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

4. Dirty Dutch Mantel pinned Duke of Dorchester after throwing sand in his eyes.

5. High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell) beat Frankie Williams and Rusty Brooks. Greg Gagne; High Flying Dropkick pin over Frankie Williams.

6. Jesse “The Body” Ventura pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio with a “Chairshot” to the skull while Missy Hyatt distracted referee Johnny McAvoy.

7. Killer Karl Kox pinned Bob Backlund. Classy Freddie Blassie tore the covering off the turnbuckle so Kox could smash Backlund’s head for the KO.
FrankC - Jan 28, 2011 - 11:47 AM
Post subject: EOY Review
I want to thank Dave Barton for suggesting a year in review. It is a great idea and gives a neat close to the past years events. Wrestling, unlike other sports, is not a win-lost ongoing standing so the slate gets wiped and we begin a new year. Who knows what will come about.


(b]End Of Year Review[/b]

NWF

WWF Title – Ivan Koloff/Bruno Sammartino/ George “Animal” Steele (Current Champion)

AWA Title – Larry “Ax” Hennig/Baron Von Raschke/Pedro Morales/
Superstar Billy Graham/Perdro Morales/Superstar Billy Graham (Current Champion)

Intercontinental Title – Larry Zbyszko/Handsome Jimmy Valiant/Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Current Champion)

NWF Tag Title – Pacific Wave (Tony Garea/Dean Ho)/The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox) (Current Champions

NWF - Wrestler of the Year – Jimmy Valiant – He has fought off all comers from both sides. Along the was from being Handsome Jimmy he changed his attitude and look. Now he shuffles in to “Boy from NYC” but he still gets the job done. He is currently fighting off the stable of Sheik Adnan El Kassie, his toughest obstacle so far.

NWF - Best Feud – Killer Karl Kox vs Chief Jay Strongbow. Kox was riding high and feeling good about his magical pouch of money (given to him by Lars Anderson). Kox’s cheating finally ran out in a cage where he took a vicious beating. The always optimistic Karl Kox simply walked away from the feud.

NWF - Match of the year – Bruno Sammartino vs George “Animal” Steele. This was for the WWF title. They had met earlier with Bruno winning after preventing Captain Lou Albano’s interference. This time around the match was in favor of Bruno but Lou had a trump card. Larry Zbyszko, who was admired by the fans, ran into the ring and smashed a steel chair over Bruno’s head. Lou was thrilled with the win and “Animal”, not knowing what to do, tried to eat the newly won belt.

NWF Manager of the Year – Grand Wizard – He is simply the worst itch around the ring. From beginning to the end of matches he is constantly cheating but the cheating has led to wins and titles. Two of the current champions are products of the Grand Wizard’s tactics. Superstar Billy Graham and Handsome (Boogie) Valiant. He also manages The Sheik but Wizard likes to be called Abdullah Farouk at these matches. The Sheik is a dangerous and title worthy wrestler but Farouk needs to take away Sheik’s pencil box.

NWF Reinvention Award – Any wrestler who can go from the #1 most hated to the #1 most admired because of a personality change is the award winner and this year it is Jimmy Valiant.



SWF

NWA Title – Buddy Colt/Paul Jones/Dick Slater (Current Champion)

Florida Title – Bullet Bob Armstrong/Jimmy Snuka/Tommy ‘Wildfire” Rich

Southern Title – Mike McCord/Austin Idol (Current Champion)

SWF Tag Title – Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller)/Brisco-Funk Connection (Jack/Terry)/Hell Raisers (Mark Lewin/Dr. Bill Miller)/Mr. Wrestling 1 & 2 (Current Champions).

SWF Best Feud – Billy Robinson and Sheik Adnan El Kassie – This led to several Libyan Death Matches with Robinson and Adnan claiming it to be the Internantional Title. Robinson eventually won the feud and Adnan headed the NWF as a very evil manager.

SWF Match of the Year – Bob Armstrong vs Billy Spears. Billy’s manager, J.C. Dykes, hit him in the head with a canteen ending a great match. Spears has since retired to announcing.

SWF Manager of the Year – Colonel Homer O’Dell. He always has his trusty pail for a smash to the noggin. He has brought Bobby Duncum, Crazy Luke Graham and The Bass Brothers to title matches. He has his own personal hit man in Don Bass after Ron left to team with his cousin Black Bart.

SWF Reinvention Award – Although we liked Mike McCord becoming Austin Idol this year’s award has to go to Kevin Sullivan. He was a squeaky clean midcarder who reinvented himself, Mark Lewin to Purple Haze, Bob Roop to Maha Singh and Maniac Mike Davis to The Dream. They are called The Army of Darkness. It is a weird group that storms the ring with two very strange valets; Luna Vachon and The Lock (Winona Little Heart). This is as far out as it gets in reinvention.
Dave_Barton - Jan 28, 2011 - 01:20 PM
Post subject:
No SWF Wrestler of the Year? I nominate McCord/Idol...he's had a stranglehold on the Southern title lasting all year long!
FrankC - Jan 28, 2011 - 02:28 PM
Post subject: awards
Dave Barton wrote; No SWF Wrestler of the Year? I nominate McCord/Idol...he's had a stranglehold on the Southern title lasting all year long!

You have the right wrestler. I simply forgot to type in that catagory but had written it down.

SWF - Wrestler of the Year - Mike McCord/Austin Idol - He remained a heel under both personas but this guy got the job done. Under Mike McCord he got himself into a feud with King Louie Tillet who very popular. King Louie was one of Gordie Solies best interviews. McCord would interupt everyone of these and more times than not he would gain points that along with his "Hated" points would carry him to victories. His latest persona of Austin Idol is more streamlined and more talented so it just adds attitude to an already angry wrestler in the ring. He doesn't look to be going away any too soon.
rickert - Jan 28, 2011 - 04:50 PM
Post subject: RE: wrestling 5-14 (ECW)
I love reading your write-ups. I am going to endeavor to put together something like you have only with strictly females. I haven't decided whether they will be fantasy or real. But can I ask if you would share the adjustments you have made to the game? I am especially interested in how you use the match modifiers. Thanks for the entertainment in this thread.
FrankC - Jan 28, 2011 - 05:30 PM
Post subject: add ons
rickert wrote; I am especially interested in how you use the match modifiers.

On the downloads, MKABear uploaded a zip file and listed it as addons. It is the 3rd from the bottom. In it you will see a Main Chart and this lists how I handle the mid-carders and jobbers. I consider a jobber to be any wrestler under 1000 points and a mid-carder to be 1000-1200. These are guys who would never win unless it was against each other or by count-out.

With the woman's fed it will be a bit different because they are closer in talent. Very few are jobbers. In the zip are specialty matches. It adds realism to a special match by giving an ending. I think this could come in handy for a women's fed because they always had specialty matches especially during the 90's if you are heading in that direction. There is also an interview card I made that adds points to the victor during an interview. Interviews were made to start feuds. A wrestler would be interviewed and his nemesis would come out. A fight would happen. I haven't included that card in the zip and I cannot send it because my system is kapoot. I will have a new computer in 3 weeks. I will print it here if you want. It could serve well for a women's fed too.

If you are looking for match modifiers that are different, just ask and I will tell you.
MKABear - Jan 28, 2011 - 08:12 PM
Post subject:
I love the year in review stuff. I know my two favorites doing so well influences that, but regardless of personal opinions, it was great to read.

Thanks Frank!!!
rickert - Jan 28, 2011 - 11:03 PM
Post subject: Re: add ons
FrankC wrote:
rickert wrote; I am especially interested in how you use the match modifiers.

On the downloads, MKABear uploaded a zip file and listed it as addons. It is the 3rd from the bottom. In it you will see a Main Chart and this lists how I handle the mid-carders and jobbers. I consider a jobber to be any wrestler under 1000 points and a mid-carder to be 1000-1200. These are guys who would never win unless it was against each other or by count-out.

With the woman's fed it will be a bit different because they are closer in talent. Very few are jobbers. In the zip are specialty matches. It adds realism to a special match by giving an ending. I think this could come in handy for a women's fed because they always had specialty matches especially during the 90's if you are heading in that direction. There is also an interview card I made that adds points to the victor during an interview. Interviews were made to start feuds. A wrestler would be interviewed and his nemesis would come out. A fight would happen. I haven't included that card in the zip and I cannot send it because my system is kapoot. I will have a new computer in 3 weeks. I will print it here if you want. It could serve well for a women's fed too.

If you are looking for match modifiers that are different, just ask and I will tell you.


I would love to see anything you have done for this game. But the match modifiers I am talking about is whether you use Jeff's recent rule that for every 10 points difference in the rolled category, for instance Speed, you go up or down one line. Do you do that with your chart?
FrankC - Jan 29, 2011 - 04:41 AM
Post subject: ultra question
rickert wrote; I would love to see anything you have done for this game. But the match modifiers I am talking about is whether you use Jeff's recent rule that for every 10 points difference in the rolled category, for instance Speed, you go up or down one line. Do you do that with your chart?

I don't use that rule. I have a 3-6-9 rule for inteference of managers that does not apply when the wrestler is facing a jobber or mid-carder.
St. Orlando - Jan 29, 2011 - 05:18 PM
Post subject: THIS IS COOL!
I haven't played lately, but very much enjoy your posts. I vaguely understand that you run two "feds", timescale be damned. I go along with that, since both my "real" and fictitious wrestlers contest one another in some manner of Viconian/Berdayevian time-warp. George Steele as champ is especially cool! I gave him a couple of shots in my own MWF, but Bruno took his measure. I like what you do with feuds and storylines. I somehow missed Murdoch's "betrayal". What was dat? I happen to like Dusty better as a villian, by the way. Maybe he can "turn" on himself? Oh, and can't Bruno come out of retirement? He be my favorite wrestler, give or take Don Muraco. Take care dude/all.
FrankC - Jan 30, 2011 - 07:08 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-30
SWF – Oman Arena – Jackson, TN Att: 5,104
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Dreamboat Art Welge

1. Bobby Duncum pinned Steve Doll. Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Doll with a Pail to the Skull during a referee distraction.

2. The Zambaui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elija Akeem) beat Buddy Wolfe and Pancho Valdez. Kareem; Zambaui Splash over Pancho.

3. Bob Orton Jr.; Sleeperhold Submission over Soldat Gorkey.

4. Butcher Brannigan; Knee to the Groin Pin over Sodbuster Kenny Jay.

5. The Desperados (Ron Bass/Black Bart) beat Ben Ortiz and John Furr. Black Bart; Texas Trash Compactor (Legdrop) Pin over John Furr.

6. Don Kernodle pinned Crazy Luke Graham. Colonel Homer O’Dell missed with his pail and KO’d Luke by mistake. O’Dell appealed to referee Eddie Gersh saying Kernodle used the pail on Graham. Gersh, aware of the Colonel’s tactics would have nothing to do with it.

7. The Great Kabuki pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong after General Skandor Akbar burned Armstrong with a cigar.
FrankC - Jan 31, 2011 - 09:14 AM
Post subject: SWF 1-31
SWF – Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA Att: 5,212
Announcers; Billy Powell an Ted Lewin

Billy Powell interviewed Paul Jones and his manager J.J. Dillon. Jones and Dillon ranted and raved about the lack of talent they were facing and how they could beat anybody so why not give them some better competition instead of crummy opponents. Jone went on to say that even used up old timers like Ted Lewin would be more worthy than the current crop of losers he has to face. Jones’ new vicious attitude is raising interest and ticket sales. He gets +200 at his next large area show. Ted Lewin was surprisingly quiet.

1. The Dream (Maniac Mike Davis) pinned Dusty Wolfe. Luna Vachon distracted referee Mike Sparks while Lock crowned Wolfe with a Gong-Bell.

2. Mr. Wrestling II won by DQ over Blackjack Slade. Slade was Too Bloody to Continue after splitting his head open after a Piledriver on concrete.

3. Leaping Lanny Poffo and Joe Turko the Continental Nobleman; Time Limit Draw.

4. Rock and Roll Express (Robert Gibson/Ricky Morton) beat The Blackhearts (Great Goliath/Black Gordman). Morton; Double Dropkick Pin over Goliath.

5. Big Bill Dromo won by DQ over Paul Jones. Jones refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold. Jones and J.J. Dillon continued to punish Dromo after the match with kicks to the head and ribs and even spitting on him. Ted Lewin left the announcers table to help Dromo. Mr Wrestling II and Terry Taylor also came out. Jones and Dillon retreated laughing. Jones will become the #1 most hated in the SWF.

6. Bugsy McGraw pinned Kendo Nagasaki after Percy Pringle tripped Kendo by mistake.

7. Terry Taylor pinned Rip Morgan after Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Morgan in the shull with a Flagpole.
FrankC - Feb 01, 2011 - 09:07 AM
Post subject: SWF 2-1
SWF – Houston County Farm Center – Dothan, AL Att: 4,886
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and King Louie Tillet

Charlie Pratt Interview; Ox Baker and Sir Oliver Humperdink. Their intentions didn’t take long and Pratt couldn’t get a word in edgewise. Ox scared everyone in a screaming rampage. He called out Bruiser Brody as an egg slinging coward. Humperdink said that Ox and Brody physically bumped each other in the parking lot after the last show. No one said anything but Brody answered by slinging eggs at Baker. King Louie Tillet went to the locker room to ask Bruiser Brody, who never speaks on the mike, about the incident. King Louie brought back this message; “Ox is a liar who can have his mouth permanently shut in a cage match.” Charlie Pratt finally spoke; “Ticket sales are going to be over the top for this next large arena show. Ox Baker +200 for that show.

1. Mr. Pogo and Lee “Cat” Wong; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

2. Beautiful Beauregarde pinned Maniac Mike Conrad after “The Thumb” deep digs and gouges.

3. Ox Baker; Heart Punch Pin over Johnny Mantel.

4. Great Mephisto pinned Tank Patton after Shelina Threw a Fireball.

5. Junkyard Dog won by DQ over Boris Zukov. Dog was tied in the ropes and referee Jim Mitchell was untying him when Boris hit Mitchell with a Flying Head Butt. 2nd referee Fred Atkins, who was at ringside called for the bell.

6. The Road Warriors (Hawk/Animal) won by Count-Out over The Jivetones (Tiger Conway Jr/Norvell Austin). Animal threw Tiger Conway Jr. through a souvenir stand. The Jivetones took a vicious beating with Precious Paul Ellering getting in several hurting blows.

7. Bruiser Brody won by DQ over Colonel DeBeers. An angry DeBeers slugged referee Fred Atkins.
FrankC - Feb 02, 2011 - 09:21 AM
Post subject: SWF 2-2
SWF – Frankfort Convention Center – Frankfort, KY Att: 4, 156
Announcers; Rich Landrum and Cowboy Bob Ellis

1. Jos LeDuc; One Armed backbreaker Submission over Bobby Hurricane Hunt.

2. Dr. Jerry Brown; Rolled-Up Pin over Beautiful Bruce Swayze holding a handful of tights.

3. Jake “Snake “ Roberts pinned Hustler Rip Rogers. Precious Paul Ellering hit Rogers in the chops with a Foreign Object.

4. Pistol Pez Whatley pinned Seigfried Stanke. Izzy Slapowitz hit Stanke in the head with a Lead Pipe, by mistake.

5. The Briscos (Jack/Jerry) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Jack Brisco; Figure Four Leglock over Ken Dillinger.

6. Cowboy Bill Watts; Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) Pin over Big Bad John.

7. Masked Superstar and Steve Keirn Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.
FrankC - Feb 03, 2011 - 09:24 AM
Post subject: SWF 2-3
SWF – Fort Lauderdale Armory –Fort Lauderdale, FL Att: 3,996
Announcers; Gordy Solie and Eddie Sharkey

1. Hitman Don Bass; Skull Vice Submission over Don Serrano.

2. Nikita Koloff; Russian Sickle Pin over Bullman Downs.

3. Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) beat Jose Gonzales/L.D. Lewis. Sullivan pinned Gonzales after Luna Vachon sprayed bug repellent to the face.

4. Ronnie Garvin pinned Nature Boy Roger Kirby. Kirby tried to use a Foreign Object Smash but Garvin reversed it for the KO.

5. Exotic Adrian Street; London Bridge Deathlock Pin over Tim Hoerner.

6. Moondog Lonnie Mayne won by DQ over Crusher Verdu. Verdu was caught choking with a hidden cord.

7. Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa/King Curtis) won by DQ over The Nightmares (Ken Wayne/Danny Davis). Wayne was Too Bloody to Continue after Crybaby Cannon slashed him with a sharp object.
FrankC - Feb 04, 2011 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: SWF 2-4
SWF – TBS Super Station – Atlanta, GA - 6:05 PM Saturday
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Davis Crockett Jr.

1. Killer Tom Brooks; Loaded Elbow Smash Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette.

2. Rock & Roll Buck Zumhofe won by DQ over Buddy Roberts because Sir Oliver Humperdink was caught entering the ring.

3. Bunkhouse Buck; Bucksnort Headbuster Pin over Billy Robinson after Colonel Robert Parker hit Billy in the temple with Brass Nucks.

4. Abdullah the Butcher and Mike Graham; Time Limit Draw.

5. The Sheepherders (Butch/Luke) beat The Hangmen (Cowboy parker/Jim Grabmire). Butch; Battering Ram Pin Cowboy Parker.

6. Wahoo McDaniel and Maha Singh; Double Count-Out. Big OOR Brawl. The Army of Darkness were buzzing around the ring. Mike Graham and Ted DiBiase came to Wahoo’s aid. The match was way out of hand so Dick Woerhle called it.

7. Ted DiBiase pinned Buzz Sawyer. Luna Vachon distracted referee Mario Savoldi while Kevin Sullivan tried a “Chairshot” to DiBiase. He missed and crowned Buzz instead.
FrankC - Feb 05, 2011 - 08:57 AM
Post subject: NWF 2-5
NWF – Hartford Civic Center – Hartford, CT Att: 10,492
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Angelo Savoldi

1. Horrible Hartford Love pinned Mainiac Robbie Ellis by using Hidden Eye Gouges and Face Rippers to set up a cradle.

2. Iron Mike Sharp won by Count-Out over Johnny K-9.

3. S.D. Special Delivery Jones; Crushing Head Butt Pin over Friar Ferguson.

4. Missing Link; Top Rope Diving Head Butt Pin over Victor Riviera.

5. Cross Bronx Express (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada) won by Count-Out over The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules). Jules couldn’t make the count during OOR Brawl.

6. King Kong Bundy pinned Matt Borne. Bobby Heenan hit Borne with a Foreign Object to the chops.

7. Killer Kahn pinned Rocky Johnson after Playboy Gary Hart whacked Rocky with Nunchukkas.

8. Hulk Hogan; Running Jumping Leg Drop Pin over Ivan Koloff.

Post Match comments by Gorilla - This Hulk Hogan has become a force. I think that facing him may spell doom for any wrestler. Killer Kahn is lucky to have Playboy Gary Hart. Hart is as evil as ever and much more dangerous with his Nunchuks. Matt Borne seemed to be in charge when Bobby Heenan rescued King Kong Bundy. Say what you will but The Brain is a very careful clever manager. The Missing Link's Top Rope Diving Head Butt is devastating. It will leave your nexaplexes muscles brused for quite a while. The crowd loved S.D. Jones beating the evil monk Friar Ferguson. Jones has been stuggling as of late. Iron Mike Sharp heard a few cheers. He has slowly gained a following. Horrible Hartford Love may be away from his brother but his attitude is the same. He is a vicious heel. Maine's Old Port favorite Robbie Ellis was Love's latest victim.
FrankC - Feb 06, 2011 - 08:38 AM
Post subject: NWF 2-6
NWF – Boardwalk Hall – Atlantic City, NJ Att: 12,436
Announcers; Pat Patterson and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo

Mr. TV Jackie Pallo announced before the show that the Main Event Title match between the Champion George “Animal” Steele and Ivan Putski has been changed to a Brass Nucks match as per the Commissioner Jack Ross Jr. Pallo went on to announce that the ring would be guarded by wrestlers to prevent the interference by Captain Lou Albano.

1. Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake) beat the Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Spot was Counted-Out after crashing through a Press Table; unable to make the bell.

2. Tony Garea won by DQ over Rusty Brooks. Rusty was caught with a Foreign Object.

3. Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka; Superfly Death Leap Pin over Chuck “Popeye” Richards.

4. Tommy Lane won by DQ over Baron Mikel Scicluna. The Baron slashed lane with a Foreign Object and was caught.

5. Dino Bravo pinned Tony Parisi after Jimmy Hart tossed Dino a Tire Iron to use for a Smash to the Skull.

6. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Butcher Vachon pinned Maddog Vachon after slashing him with the Fire Extingusher. Maddog was Blinded by Blood.

7. Bob Backlund; Cross Face Chicken Wing Submission over Adrian Adonis.

8. WWF TITLE MATCH – BRASS NUCKS – Ivan Putski (Challenger) pinned George “Animal” Steele (Champion) after a Double Knuckle Whack to the temple. Animal collapsed. Captain Lou Albano tried desperately to reach the ring with a chair but was held back by Bob Backlund. Captain Lou is protesting the whole “Set-Up.” Ivan Putski wins the WWF Heavyweight Title.
Dave_Barton - Feb 06, 2011 - 02:25 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 2-6
FrankC wrote:

6. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Butcher Vachon pinned Maddog Vachon after slashing him with the Fire Extingusher. Maddog was Blinded by Blood.


When did the Vachons turn on each other? I must've missed that show!

FrankC wrote:
8. WWF TITLE MATCH – BRASS NUCKS – Ivan Putski (Challenger) pinned George “Animal” Steele (Champion) after a Double Knuckle Whack to the temple. Animal collapsed. Captain Lou Albano tried desperately to reach the ring with a chair but was held back by Bob Backlund. Captain Lou is protesting the whole “Set-Up.” Ivan Putski wins the WWF Heavyweight Title.


The 8yo in me is thrilled to see Ivan Putski win the belt! He was one of my favorites back in the day...POLISH POWERRRRRRR!!!
FrankC - Feb 06, 2011 - 06:21 PM
Post subject: Vachons
Mad Dog and Butcher have been wrestling in singles and have parted in attitude. When Dick Murdock turned on Dusty Rhodes, Butcher, Wolfman Farkus and Dirty Dutch Mantel helped beat Rhodes. They were chased away by Hulk Hogan and Mad Dog Vachon. The brothers soon parted ways and they never tagged again.
FrankC - Feb 07, 2011 - 08:56 AM
Post subject: NWF 2-7
NWF – Wings Arena – Kalamazoo, MI Att: 8,002
Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Iceman Reggie Parks

1. Johnny Valiant; Sleeper Hold Submission over Frankie Williams.

2. Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Satch Abby) beat Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian). Warlord was Counted-Out during OOR Brawl. The Boyz celebrated this very rare win but during the celebration Slick ordered Warlord and Barbarian back into the ring to end the joy. A few Piledrivers and Backbreakers later the Bowery Boyz celebration was reduced to them being helped from the ring.

3. Big Bully Busick; Big Bully Blaster (Heart Punch) Pin over Duke of Dorchester.

4. Paul Orndorff; Spike Piledriver Pin over Lumberjack Paul LeDuc.

5. The Blackjacks (Lanza/Mulligan) beat The Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jom Powers). Blackjack Lanza; Brainbuster Pin over Jim Powers.

6. B. Brian Blair won by DQ over Dick Murdock. Dirty Dutch Mantel threw “Shoo Baby” (Whip) to Blanchard but was caught by referee Izzy Moidel.

7. Dominic DeNucci won by Count-Out over Mongolian Stomper. Douring OOR Brawl DeNucci threw Stomper and Jim Cornette into the TV Crew. They got caught in the wires and Stomper couldn’t make the count.

8. CAGE – Wolfman Farkus beat Dusty Rhodes. Classie Freddie Blassie was handcuffed to the ring post. During the match an old Gypsy woman with a vale covering her face went to the cage wall and used Pepper Spray to Dusty’s face. Wolfman applied the Hanging Neckbreaker and then escaped from a blinded Dusty.

Post Card Happenings – The old Gypsy woman was seen in the food court, after the matches, talking the Classie Freddie Blassie. Blassie gave the woman an envelope. After accepting the envelope the old woman removed her vale and wig. It was Dick Murdock’s new manager Dirty Dutch Mantel. Dutch immediately took some money from the envelope and ordered a few slices of pizza with pepperoni.
FrankC - Feb 08, 2011 - 08:54 AM
Post subject: NWF 2-8
NWF – Metro Center – Rockford, IL Att: 9,926
Announcers; Wayne Griffin and Dick the Bruiser

1. Playboy Buddy Rose; Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) Pin over Goldie Rogers.

2. The Raging Greek Mike Pappas won by DQ over Madman Tony DiPaulo when DiPaulo refused to stop using an Illegal Choke Hold.

3. Brooklyn Brawler pinned Miguel Feliciano after Slashing him with a Sharp Object.

4. Kamala, the Ugandan Giant; Slap Belly Pin over Salvatore Bellomo.

5. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) beat High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Sika pinned Brunzell after Captain Lou Albano hit him in the chops with Brass Nucks.

6. One Man Gang; Hit with Chains Pin over Napoli Tony Rocco. Jimmy Hart distracted referee Jack Terry.

7. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell and Rick Martel; Double Count-Out. Martel got caught in an OOR Brawl with Blackwell and Sheik Adnan El Kassie.

8. The Killers (Kark Krupp/Karl Kox) won by DQ over Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka) after Missy Hyatt leaped on Karl Krupp’s back to prevent a pin. Referee Jack Terry called for the bell.
MKABear - Feb 08, 2011 - 09:46 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 2-7
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Wings Arena – Kalamazoo, MI Att: 8,002
Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Iceman Reggie Parks


8. CAGE – Wolfman Farkus beat Dusty Rhodes. Classie Freddie Blassie was handcuffed to the ring post. During the match an old Gypsy woman with a vale covering her face went to the cage wall and used Pepper Spray to Dusty’s face. Wolfman applied the Hanging Neckbreaker and then escaped from a blinded Dusty.

Post Card Happenings – The old Gypsy woman was seen in the food court, after the matches, talking the Classie Freddie Blassie. Blassie gave the woman an envelope. After accepting the envelope the old woman removed her vale and wig. It was Dick Murdock’s new manager Dirty Dutch Mantel. Dutch immediately took some money from the envelope and ordered a few slices of pizza with pepperoni.


This is great stuff. You and Ultra Quick should be scripting for WWE. It would be way more entertaining than their current fare!
FrankC - Feb 25, 2011 - 08:19 PM
Post subject: ECW Wrestling 2-25
MKA Bear brought up a good point asking if ECW had any referees to stop the violent action. The referees were a convenience at best. ECW was a Hardcore Federation that Paul Hayman (Paul E. Dangerously) ran during the 90’s. It was meant to break to rules of Wrestling Federations that preceded it and shock the wrestling world. They loaded themselves up with athletes who could take punishment and were willing to walk the edge. It wasn’t enough to have a cage match, ECW had to have Barbed Wire Cage matches. When that became old ECW added electricity and nails and tacks. Some of the scenes in the movie The Wrestler are straight out of ECW. The Staple Gun and the Barbed Wire ladder match were part of ECW’s show. This was not entertainment for the faint of heart.

This is not everyone’s cup of tea but I use ECW as a gate for many wrestlers who found their way to fame; Cactus Jack (Mankind), Terry Funk, Rob Van Dam, Rhyno, Chris Jericho, Sabu, Tazz etc. were all comfortable with this format. ECW was loaded with talent. John N has mentioned that he wasn’t a fan of ECW but he liked many of their wrestlers. I have to admit that after I run the 6 or so cards for ECW, I am glad to get a break and play the more normal NWF, SWF and WCCW. I will continue to play ECW because of their contribution to my seedier side.

ECW – ECW Arena - Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,800
Announcers; Joey Syles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Louie Spicoli pinned J.T. Smith.

2. Boot Camp Match – Rhino by Submission over Steve Corino. Rhino dug his heel and twisted into Corino’s esophagus til he couldn’t breath. Referee Nick Patrick ended the match. The MASH Unit was called with the stretcher.

3. Mikey Whipwreck; Whippersapper (Diving Jaw Braker) Pin over Johnny Swinger. Victoria hit Johnny with baseball bat by mistake.

4. The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed) won by Count-Out over The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn). Mustafa Saed slammed Perry Saturn onto a Vendor’s Burger Grill. Saturn had to be treated for burns.

5. Tommy Dreamer pinned Shane Douglas after Beulah McGillicuty Crowned Shane with the Gong-Bell.

6. Prince Albert; Train Wreck (Corner Smash) Pin over The Intruder.

7. ECW Heavyweight Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion) won by DQ over Mr. Hughes. Hughes attacked referee Nick Patrick using a Powerbomb on him. Head referee Earl Hebner stepped in and stopped the match. Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title.
Dave_Barton - Feb 25, 2011 - 08:34 PM
Post subject:
Good to see the board...and your UQ cards...back again!
KenAce74 - Feb 25, 2011 - 10:58 PM
Post subject:
Happy to see Jeff is feeling better... great to see the board back... even better seeing Frank's replays back here and now I finally have an account to post here!
FrankC - Feb 26, 2011 - 03:40 PM
Post subject: Wrestling 2-26
ECW – Woodbridge CC – Woodbridge, NJ Att: 2,882

Announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus

1. Damien Kane pinned Van Hammer after crashing a hockey stick over his head. Referee Bill Alphonso was distracted by Insaniac the Maniac while Damien used the stick he found under the ring.

2. Papa Shango pinned Robbie Ellis. Insaniac threw a Fireball then Papa performed Voodoo.

3. D.C. Drake pinned Barry Horowitz after Sinister Minister gave Drake a Roll of Coins for the KO. POW!!

4. Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs/Jerry Saggs) beat KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush). Saggs KO’d Bomb with Brass Nucks.

5. Razor Ramon pinned Roadblock after Smashing a Chain to his head.

6. Eddie Gilbert pinned Doug Furness. Missy Hyatt hit Furness with a microphone to the temple.

7. Stunning Steve Austin won by DQ over Dirty Danny Collins. George Gillette hit referee Bill Alphonso with a Trash Can.
rickert - Feb 26, 2011 - 09:25 PM
Post subject:
I love reading these. You have inspired me to get out the game and put together an all-women federation. Counting the official contemporary women and about eight I made myself, I think I had 44 now for the fed.

Then I think I will put together a fantasy fed, converting some COTG wrestlers into this format.

Keep up the good work.
FrankC - Feb 27, 2011 - 07:03 AM
Post subject: COG
rickert wrote; Then I think I will put together a fantasy fed, converting some COTG wrestlers into this format.

I put together a Federation about 8 or 9 years ago using COTG players. I used mainly the first several years; Thantos and Star Warrior years. Actually I had a great time with the Fed. It was quick and yet seemed to give out realistic results. I simply did want to take the time for all the rolling of dice. One or two rolls was enough. Adding the managers like Kraken made the Federation complete.
FrankC - Feb 27, 2011 - 07:48 AM
Post subject: WCCW 2-27
WCCW – Sportatorium – Dallas, TX Att: 5,996
Announcers; Bill Mercer and Marc Lowrance

1. Cousin Luke pinned Hercules Hernandez after Hillbilly Jim hit Hernandez with a horseshoe.

2. Plowboy Frazier won by Count-Out over Savannah Jack. Savannah was fighting with Hillbilly Jim OOR and failed to make the bell.

3. Kamala won by Count-Out over Brad Batten. Skandor Akbar held Batten OOR after burning him with a cigar.

4. The Youngbloods (Mark/Chris) won by DQ over The Bashams (Doug/Danny). Danny Basham tried to enter the ring with a Trash Can so Referee Chad Patton called for the bell.

5. Justin Hawk; Hell’s Kitchen Clothesline Pin over Randy Rose.

6. Ken Timbs won by DQ over One Man Gang. Referee Chad Patton caught Percy Pringle handing Gang a Chain to use for dirty tactics.

7. Manny Fernandez; Raging Bulldozer Pin over Ed “Moondog” Moreti.
FrankC - Feb 28, 2011 - 05:49 AM
Post subject: WCCW 2-28
WCCW – Expo Square Pavillion – Tulsa, OK Att: 5,448
Announcers; Gene Goodson and Johnny Weaver

1. Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy; Belly to Back Suplex Pin over Johnny Rodz.

2. Gorgeous Gary Young pinned Terry Sims after Playboy Gary Hart kicked Terry in the temple with a Loaded Boot.

3. Missing Link pinned Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe after Skandor Akbar tripped Buck.

4. The Long Riders (Scott/Bill Irwin) beat The Batten Boys (Brad/Bart). Scott pinned Brad while Wild Bill held the Ropes for Leverage.

5. Buddy Landell pinned Sam Houston. Dawn Marie handed Buddy some Brass Nucks to use for the KO.

6. Dingo Warrior; Gorilla Press Pin over The Bezerker. Percy Pringle hit The Berzerker by mistake with his cane.
FrankC - Mar 02, 2011 - 08:31 AM
Post subject: wrestling 3-2
WCCW – Four States Arena – Texarkana, AR – Att; 4,496
Announcers; Steve Harris and Mike Tenay

1. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton/DennisCondrey) beat Super American Ninja and Steve Cox. Condrey over Ninja; Double Underhook Piledriver Pin.

2. Al Madril pinned Brickhouse Brown using a Foreign Object smash to the chops.

3. Crusher Yuloff pinned Brad Armstrong. Playboy Gary Hart slammed a microphone to Armstrong’s skull.

4. Orient Express (Pat Tanaka.Kato) beat The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers). Kato pinned Rogers after Mr. Fuji threw Salt to the Eyes.

5. Chris Adams pinned Gino Hernandez. Adams reversed a Foreign Object that Gino had for a smash then Sunshine choked Hernandez with a nylon stocking.

6. WCCW TV Title – Brian Adidas (Champion) pinned Cactus Jack Manson (Challenger) by Roll-Up while Cactus was conferring with Skandor Akbar. Brian Adidas retains the WCCW TV Title.


WCCW – Black River Coliseum – Poplar Bluff, MO Att: 4,156
Announcers; Bill Mercer and Lance Russell

1. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) beat Southern Justice (Tex Slazinger/Shanghai Peirce). Don Harris pinned Tex. Ron Harris grabbed the Gong-Bell from Shanghai and used it on Tex’s skull.

2. Angel of Death; Crucifix Submission over Johnny Mantel.

3. Billy Jack pinned Killer Tim Brooks. Brooks was KO’d by a cement piledriver during an OOR Brawl. Billy then dragged Killer into the ring.

4. Cowboy Scott Casey won by DQ over Great Kabuki. Playboy Gary Hart hit Scott with Nunchukkas so Bronko Lubich called for the bell.

5. Kerry Von Erich pinned Teijo Kahn. Skandor Akbar handed Teijo a flashlight that Kerry intercepted and used for the KO.

6. WCCW Tag Title – Coast Connection (Jack Victory.John Tatum) (Champions) beat The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun). Victory pinned Shaun after Missy Hyatt threw Jack a Monkey Wrench. Coast Connection retains the Tag Title.
MKABear - Mar 02, 2011 - 12:59 PM
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Don't think I wasn't one of the 4,156 in Poplar Bluff. That is only 30 miles from my home!!!

I went hoping to see the Kubuki spew the green mist for a win or DQ loss, just according to the referee that night!

Great Main Event - The Coast Connection had all they could handle with the Simpsons, although I didn't see any "monkey business" by Missy Hyatt.


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Note to Frank - I got my 2011 Wrestling Almanac yesterday and read it until I fell asleep last night. I either didn't hear or (more likely) forgot that Skandar Akbar passed away in 2010. He was great as a heel, and apparently after retiring, he went on to teach the young folks the game!
FrankC - Mar 04, 2011 - 08:33 AM
Post subject: WCCW 3-3
WCCW - Gilley's Club - Pasadena, TX Att: 5,992

Announcers; Marc Lowrence and David Penzer

1. Jeff Jarrett; Russiam Leg Sweep PIn over Steve Doll.

2. Mark Youngblood pinned Jimmy Jack Funk after reversing a Gong-Bell Smash.

3. Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware) beat Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton). During a melee, Iceman Parsons at ringside used a Brainbuster on Tony Anthony so Koko could pin him.

4. Iceman King Parsonswon by DQ over Al Perez. Skandor Akbar was caught handing Perez a basball bat.

5. Jake "Snake" Roberts; DDT Pin over Jeep Swenson while Jeep was distracted by Baby Doll.

6. TEXAS TITLE (Vacant) - The Patriot; Patriot Missile PIn over Rip "Crippler" Oliver. The Patriot wins the Texas Title.


WCCW - The Oil Palace - Tyler, TX Att: 8,122
Announcers; Frank Dusek and Bill Cardille

1. Dr. Tom Pritchard pinned Kendall Windham after Brother Love smashed a Loaded Book of Elizabeth Barrett Browning poems to Kendall's skull.

2. Skip Young won by DQ over Primetime Brian Lee. Tammy Lynn Sytch jumped on referee Ralph Pulley to stop the count.

3. Lord Humongous; Power Bomb Pin over Tugboat Thomas.

4. The Von Erichs (Kavin/Lance) beat The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts). Kevin pinned Buddy during an in ring melee.

5. Eric Embry pinned Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin after Pecious tripped Jimmy by mistake.

6. WCCW Title - David Von Erich (Champion) pinned Phil Hickerson (Challenger). Hickerson's head was split open on the steel steps during an OOR Brawl. The blood blinded Hickerson was thrown back into the ring by David. David Von Erich retains the WCCW Title.
FrankC - Mar 05, 2011 - 09:27 AM
Post subject: NWF 3-5
NWF – Memorial Hall – Plymouth, MA Att: 1,598
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Angelo Savoldi

1. Jean Pierre Lafitte; Exploder Suplex pin over “The Mainiac” Robbie Ellis.

2. Blackjack Lanza; The Piledriver Pin over Stan Vachon.

3. Steve Lombardi won by Count-Out over “Cannonball” Tony Parisi. Jean paul Lafitte was hiding in the crowd and ran out to use a Brainbuster on Parisi on the entrance ramp. Lafitte then went to the ring, grabbed a mike and announced “Que, mes amis, un Le Cannonball” (That, my friends, is a Cannonball).

4. Tommy Lane won by DQ over Horrible Hartford Love. Love tried to enter the ring with a steel chair so referee Jack Mason called for the bell.
5. The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules) beat Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Jules; Indian Death Lock Submission over Rodz.

6. Rick Martel and Mongolian Stomper; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

7. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Butcher Vachon beat Mad Dog Vachon. Butcher used the choker chain to strangle Mad Dog and draw blood from his neck and then his face. Referee Jack Mason called the match because Mad Dog was blinded by blood.
MKABear - Mar 05, 2011 - 11:33 AM
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6. Rick Martel and Mongolian Stomper; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

7. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Butcher Vachon beat Mad Dog Vachon. Butcher used the choker chain to strangle Mad Dog and draw blood from his neck and then his face. Referee Jack Mason called the match because Mad Dog was blinded by blood.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I think these two matches call for a third - You may have to check with the Massachusetts Athletic Commission for an Okay. 1/10 of the Gate, Winner takes all cage match. Using a no exit locked cage. The Last Standing Wrestler after a 10 count Takes the Money!!!! With no time limit, it may last all night long!!!!

Front row customers, bring plastic, because blood is going to be like a Gallagher Concert!!!
FrankC - Mar 06, 2011 - 09:37 AM
Post subject: wrestling 3-6
NWF Wrestling – First Arena – Elmira, NY Att: 4,386

Announcers; TV Jackie Pallo and Sandy Scott


1. Tony garea; Diving Cross Body Pin over Johnny K-9.

2. Special Delivery Jones; Head Butt Pin over Rusty Brooks.

3. Superfly Jimmy Snuka pinned Iron Mike Sharp while Captain Lou Albano held the ropes for leverage.

4. Paul Ordorff pinned “Napoli” Tony Rocco. Ordorff had a hidden Foreign Object for a jaw smash.

5. Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Satch Abby) beat the Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Referee Izzy Moidel was KO’d so Abby clubbed Powers with the microphone while Durso waited to perform a Top Rope Knee Drop. It was dirty perfection for a team that is hard pressed to gain a win. The Boys made the most of their victory by celebrating in the ring. A few of the more thuggish fans were yelling “Bowery, Bowery” in support of the Boyz. The Stallions are demanding a rematch. TV Jackie Pallo claims the match was fair and square but his announcing partner Sandy Scott says otherwise.

6. The Sheik pinned Rocky Johnson after Abdulla Farouk hit Rocky in the skull with a bottle.

7. Larry Zbyszko pinned B. Brian Blair after Jim Cornette hit Blair with his Tennis Racket.
FrankC - Mar 07, 2011 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: NWF Wrestling 3-7
NWF Wrestling – Bergen PAC – Englewood, NJ Att: 1,384
Announcers; Red Ryan and Bruno Sammartino

1. Big Swede Hansen; Reverse Neckbreaker Pin over Tony DiPaulo.

2. Mr. Fuji pinned Pretty Boy Larry Sharp after throwing Salt to the Eyes.

3. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell beat Jumping Johnny DiFazio. Johnny was Too Bloody to Continue.

4. George “Animal” Steele pinned Playboy Buddy Rose as Captain Lou Albano held the Ropes.

5. The Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) beat The Sotos (Manuel/Roberto). Warlord; Flying Clothesline pin over Roberto.

6. Wolfman Farkus won by Count-Out over Dominic DeNucci after crashing Denucci through the press table during OOR action.

7. Big John Studd and Tiger Chung Lee; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.
Dave_Barton - Mar 08, 2011 - 10:04 AM
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How about bringing a little fan interaction to a show or two? I remember watching Georgia wrestling back in the day, and on rare occasion they'd do a predecessor to Cyber Sunday where they'd announce a title defense & let the fans vote on who gets the shot.

Seeing as you have significantly less fans than old-school territories (sorry dude, but I doubt you have 250,000 of us reading your results), you could just give us a list of active "contracted" wrestlers to pick from & then go with whomever gets the most votes or just seems like the most interesting opponent from those whom we voted for...I'm quite certain voting was rigged to some degree back then.

So what do you say? Maybe have each league offer a "fans pick the challenger" match, and then maybe also a "fans pick the dream match" feature out of all remaining competitors? I think it'd be fun.
indianaice - Mar 08, 2011 - 12:39 PM
Post subject: Re: wrestling 3-6
FrankC wrote:
NWF Wrestling – First Arena – Elmira, NY Att: 4,386

Announcers; TV Jackie Pallo and Sandy Scott


1. Tony garea; Diving Cross Body Pin over Johnny K-9.

2. Special Delivery Jones; Head Butt Pin over Rusty Brooks.

3. Superfly Jimmy Snuka pinned Iron Mike Sharp while Captain Lou Albano held the ropes for leverage.

4. Paul Ordorff pinned “Napoli” Tony Rocco. Ordorff had a hidden Foreign Object for a jaw smash.

5. Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Satch Abby) beat the Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Referee Izzy Moidel was KO’d so Abby clubbed Powers with the microphone while Durso waited to perform a Top Rope Knee Drop. It was dirty perfection for a team that is hard pressed to gain a win. The Boys made the most of their victory by celebrating in the ring. A few of the more thuggish fans were yelling “Bowery, Bowery” in support of the Boyz. The Stallions are demanding a rematch. TV Jackie Pallo claims the match was fair and square but his announcing partner Sandy Scott says otherwise.

6. The Sheik pinned Rocky Johnson after Abdulla Farouk hit Rocky in the skull with a bottle.

7. Larry Zbyszko pinned B. Brian Blair after Jim Cornette hit Blair with his Tennis Racket.


WOW!!! A sellout for the "little barn" on the corner of Main and Gray in Downtown Elmira!!! Arena Manager Robbie S. Nichols was very happy, so happy that he is begging the promoter for another show at First Arena! Quoted Nichols, " We had WWE, ECW and TNA and we got good attendance but not like this!" Quote Arena's Administrative Assistant Edward R. Meek, "Fans sure enjoyed this but seeing The Sheik in action, got me pretty pumped up! During events I check tickets in the Suites and sometimes miss some of the shows but this, I made darn sure that I was in Tony van Dinther's suite for this one! Thanks for the beer, Tony!!!

Frank, in all fairness, thanks for utilizing First Arena! I spent four years with the local hockey team and worked all the events there, and I recall fondly of my time there. Thanks again!!!

Edward R. Meek
FrankC - Mar 08, 2011 - 01:03 PM
Post subject: Arenas
indianaice wrote; Frank, in all fairness, thanks for utilizing First Arena! I spent four years with the local hockey team and worked all the events there, and I recall fondly of my time there. Thanks again!!!

I really enjoy adding the touch of realism as to where the Federations will travel. Wrestling back then was still a grass roots sport depending upon the little guy in the little town. I know that Elmira is not small but the fans fron surrounding towns would have the chance to see some real life grapplers. As you mentioned The Sheik was a tremendous draw. His appearance in Elmira must have caused a stir. When you add Larry Zbyszko, Superfly Snuka and Paul Orndorf to the list the fans are getting their money's worth at a smaller arena show. They even got to see S.D. Jones win and that may become the best boast in the future.
FrankC - Mar 09, 2011 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: NWF wrestling 3-9
NWF – St John Arena – Steubenville, OH Att: 4,602
Announcers; “Stomper” Guy Mitchell and Ripper Collins

1. Adrian Adonis; Good Night Irene Submission over Frankie Williams.

2. Mike Rotundo ans Big Bully Busick; Time Limit Draw

3. Gino Brito won by DQ over Rene Goulet. During an OOR Brawl, midget Mighty Fritz climbed on the shoulders of Ivan the Terrible and hit Goulet in the head with a pipe wrench. Blood was flowing and Rene couldn’t continue.

4. Rowdy Roddy Piper won by DQ over Baron Mikel Scicluna after the Baron slugged referee Henry Van Loom.

5. High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell) beat Ron Ritchie & Luis Martinez. Greg Gagne; High Flying Dropkick Pin over Ron Ritchie.

6. King Kong Bundy and Johnny Valiant; Double DQ. Both wrestlers were caught with Foreign Objects.

7. Greg Valentine won by Count-Out over Johnny Powers after Power’s head was rammed into the ringpost and he failed to make the count.
FrankC - Mar 10, 2011 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: NWF 3-10
One of the new announcers who does interviews is Mike McGuirk. You may recall that she always wore a tuxedo. Her real name is Michelle.

NWF Wrestling – Brown County Vet Arena – Green Bay, WI Att: 4,978
Announcers; “Mike” McGuirk and Al DeRusha


“Mike” McGuirk interview with Nikolai Volkoff – The interview was smooth until Ivan Koloff came on the scene. He accused Nikolai of turning his back on his mother country for the Capitalistic heathens. Ivan pushed Nickolai and a brawl broke out. During the brawl Volkoff hit Koloff in the skull with the microphone. Koloff retreated saying the “This wasn’t over.” Volkoff is +100 for today’s match.

1. Dirty Dutch Mantel; Whip with Shoo Baby Pin over Goldie Rogers.

2. Dr. D. David Shultz pinned Victor Rivera while using an Illegal Choke Hold.

3. Iron Sheik; Camel Clutch Submission over Paul LeDuc.

4. Ivan Koloff pinned Terry Gibbs after a Slug with a Chain.

5. U.S. Express (Barry Windham/Mike Rotundo) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Windham pinned Rex after Rex missed on a top rope suicide dive.

6. Hulk Hogan; Running Jumping Leg Drop Pin over Baron Von Raschke.

7. Nikolai Volkoff won by DQ over Dick Murdock. Murdock refused to break an Illegal Choke Hold
FrankC - Mar 11, 2011 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: NWF 3-11
NWF Wrestling – Century II Convention Hall – Wichita, KS Att: 4,928
Announcers; Bill Kersten and Kevin Wall

1. Duke of Dorchester won by DQ over Dutch Savage. Killer Karl Kox was at ringside and tried to hand Dutch “Lar’s Money Bag” for a KO smash but was caught by referee Patty Grimes. Note – Lar’s Money Bag was given to Kox by Lar’s Anderson. Kox uses the coin filled money bag as a weapon.

2. Friar Ferguson won by Count-Out over Matt Borne. Borne was brawling with Killer Karl Kox duing OOR Action. Ferguson who rarely sees a win got on his knees for a prayer of thanks but he was looking at Karl Kox.

3. Tito Santana won by Count-Out over Charlie Fulton. During OOR Brawl Fulton failed to make the count.

4. Dino Bravo; Sidewalk Slam Pin over Salvatore Bellomo.

5. The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox) beat The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Krupp pinned Blake after Karl Kox hit Blake in the temple with Lar’s Money Bag.

6. Jesse “The Body” Ventura and Tough Tony Marino; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. They battled all the way to the Locker Room.

7. Dusty Rhodes won by DQ over Ken Patura. Sheik Adnan El Kassie tried to cut Dusty with a sharp object but slashed Patura by mistake. Patura was blinded by blood and the match was called by referee Patty Grimes.
FrankC - Mar 12, 2011 - 07:39 AM
Post subject: SWF 3-12
SWF – The Hurt Factory – Lynchburg, VA Att: 2,824
Announcers; Billy Powell and Porkchop Cash

1. Bullet Bob Armstrong and Maniac Mike Conrad; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

2. Don Bass and Jerry Brisco; Time Limit Draw

3. Rip Morgan pinned Beautiful Bruce Swayze after hitting him in the skull with a canteen.

4. Leaping Lanny Poffo; Moonsault pin over Soldat Gorky.

5. Zambaui Express (Kareem Mohammad/Elijah Akeem) beat The Wolfe Pack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe). Kareem Mohammad; Zambaui Splash Pin over Dusty Wolfe.

6. Cowboy Bob Orton pinned Tank Patton. Orton; Roll-Up while Tank was arguing and yelling profanities at a fan.

7. Moondog Mayne won by DQ over Crusher Verdu. Crusher was caught with a Foreign Object.
FrankC - Mar 13, 2011 - 09:45 AM
Post subject: SWF 3-13
SWF Wrestling – The Octagon – Greensboro, NC Att: 1,778
Announcers; Big Bill Ward and Bob Caudle


Big Bill Ward interview for WETV Chan 3 – Ox Baker was the guest. Baker immediately started a rampage about his current ranking. He feels that he is not getting respect. Ward points out that Baker lost to Bruiser Brody in their last match. Baker started screaming about Brody being a cheater and that there is no way he would lose on the up and up. Baker then threw several chairs scoring the fans. Ox Baker is awarded 100 points for today’s match.

1. Big Bad John; Backbreaker Submission over Sgt Frank Holtz.

2. King Curtis Iaukea; Top Rope Splash Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette.

3. Blackjack Mulligan; The Dreaded Claw Submission over Hustler Rip Rogers.

4. Tully Blanchard; Slingshot Suplex Pin over Pancho Valdez.

5. Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Robert Gibson; Double Dropkick Pin over Ken Dillinger.

6. Don Kernodle won by DQ over Maha Singh. The Dream, Luna and Lock kept trying to interfere eventually be called for Illegal Tactics by referee Lou Magnolia.

7. Mike Graham won by DQ over Ox Baker. Oliver Humperdink hit Graham in the throat with a cane. Referee Lou Magnolia immediately called for the bell.
FrankC - Mar 14, 2011 - 08:35 AM
Post subject: SWF 3-14
SWF Wrestling – Hudson’s AC – St. Augustine, FL Att: 1,714
Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary


The Grapevine with Barbara Clary – Wahoo McDaniel was being interviewed. Crazy Luke Graham interrupted; yelling and stomping around the set. He said a few off color remarks about Native Americans and Wahoo in particular. Wahoo who had ‘enuf’ clobbered Luke to the chops with a crushing elbow. Luke retreated. Wahoo +100 in today’s match.

1. Sodbuster Kenny Jay won by DQ over Nobleman Joe Turko. Turko got frustrated with referee Jack Mason so he left the ring and went to the locker room.

2. Black Bart; Texas Trash Compactor (Legdrop) Pin over Lee “The Cat” Wong.

3. Exotic Adrian Street; London Bridge Pin over Jose Gonzales.

4. Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown.Buddy Roberts) won by Count-Out over The Jivetones (Pex Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr). Buddy Roberts over Whatley; Pez was thrown into the TV Crew, got tangled and failed to make to count.

5. Roger Kirby pinned Wahoo McDaniel. Crazy Luke Graham came to ringside and during a distraction smashed Wahoo to the chops with a Foreign Object.

6. Crazy Luke Graham and Tim Hoerner; Double Count-Out while they brawled into the crowd.

7. Ronnie Garvin pinned Seigfried Stanke. Garvin intercepted a Foreign Object from Izzy Slapowitz that was meant for Stanke and used it to KO Seigfried.
MKABear - Mar 14, 2011 - 10:03 PM
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4. Hollywood Blonds (Jerry Brown.Buddy Roberts) won by Count-Out over The Jivetones (Pex Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr). Buddy Roberts over Whatley; Pez was thrown into the TV Crew, got tangled and failed to make to count.

Anyone watching this so-called "match" could tell the TV Crew were confederates with the Hollywood Blonds. I have no idea how they or what they paid the crew, but it was obvious they were hold Pez back when he was trying to return to the ring. He wasn't hurt and almost made the count even with the shenanigans they pulled!
FrankC - Mar 15, 2011 - 09:55 AM
Post subject: SWF 3-15
SWF Wrestling – In the Field next to Goober’s Tire – Spencer, TN
Announcers; Jess McGrath and Bob Dalton

Jess McGrath – “Welcome to our show here in Spencer. We want to thank Goober McAlister and WJHL Chan 11 for sponsoring this event. Those front row fans all received 2 tickets with each pair of new tires from Goober’s for this event. For the others, do not fret, because until the end of the month Goober is offering a free glossy signed picture of Bugsy McGraw, one of the all-time superstars of wrestling, with every oil change. I have been asked to make a community announcement; The Ham and Bean supper scheduled…………….” Bursting down the aisle was Blackjack Slade who entered the ring and snatched the microphone from Jess. “What is this crap? Local announcements and stuff? I came here to wrestle. Let’s get on with the show. Who cares about Goober or Aunt Millie or whoever? I am from Nevada. We don’t put up with Podunk stuff. You men could all use a lesson in acting like men.” Slade threw down the microphone and left to loud boos. Jess McGrath continued; “..…………. As I was saying, the Ham & Bean Supper, scheduled in this tent for next Tuesday has been changed to Thursday because Homer and Mable Dixon won’t be home from Arkansas until then and everyone knows that Mable is to receive the gold plated quilting award at the supper.” Blackjack Slade appeared at the top of the ramp. He yelled to Jess McGrath, “Are we ready yet?”

1. Inferno #1; Threw a Fireball Pin over Bullman Downs.

2. Mr. Saito; Saito Suplex Pin over L.D. Lewis.

3. Blackjack Slade; Guillotine Leg Drop Pin over Tough Tony DiPaulo. Slade grabbed the microphone, pointed at DiPaulo and said “There is your Ham and Beans.”

4. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) beat The Hangmen (Cowboy Parker/Jim Grabmire). Ken Wayne; Flying Dropkick Pin over Cowboy Parker.

5. The Spoiler; Iron Claw Submission over Boris Zuchoff. Zuchoff complained that he was robbed because Referee Larry Lisowski didn’t understand Russian and called for the bell. Boris claims that it is just another Capitalistic way of cheating.

6. Bunkhouse Buck pinned Bugsy McGraw after Blackjack Slade who was at ringside Held the Ropes for Leverage.


Note - A number of years ago (25+) I had the pleasure of seeing a show that was very similiar to this while traveling through Tennessee. It was classic grass roots wrestling and everyone in town was there to see it. I still remember a few of the wrestlers. Rick Rood (before he changed his name to Rude), Tommy Rogers, Terry Gibbs and the Zambaui Express. At this show today the dice would rule and though it would have been nice for the Spencer fans to see Bugsy win his match, the finish called for the manager to Hold the Ropes for Leverage and Buck to win. Colonel Parker, Buck's Manager, wasn't at this match so it allowed an ally and that had to be Blackjack Slade.
FrankC - Mar 16, 2011 - 08:54 AM
Post subject: SWF 3-16
SWF – Pelham Civic Complex – Demopolis, AL Att: 2,844
Announcers; Charlie Pratt and King Louie Tillet

1. Ben Ortiz won by DQ over The Dream. The Dream slugged referee Lou Magnolia who called for the bell.

2. Mr. Pogo and Dangerous Don Serrano; Time Limit Draw.

3. Ron Bass; Skull Vice Submission over John Furr.

4. Masked Superstar; Cobra Clutch Submission over Big Bill Dromo.

5. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) beat The Blackhearts (Black Gotdman/Great Goliath). Butch; Battering Ram Pin over Gordman.

6. Junkyard Dog won 0ver Colonel DeBeers by Count-Out. During OOR Brawl Dog hit DeBeers in the skull with a rusty pipe from the Junk Cart.

7. Mr. Wrestling II; Million $ Kneelift Pin over Bobby Duncum. Duncum was distracted by Junkyard Dog’s squeaky Junk Cart being rolled up the aisle.
FrankC - Mar 17, 2011 - 08:34 AM
Post subject: ECW 3-17
ECW – Wonderland – Revere, MA Att: 2,724
Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette – Referee; Mike Adamie

1. Perry Saturn; Death Valley Driver Pin over Joey Mathews.

2. Ricky Rice won by DQ over Dudley Dudley. Joel Gertner was caught handing D.D. a baseball bat.

3. Mr. Hughes and Louie Spicoli; Double Count-Out. During OOR Brawl they fought up the ramp and to the locker room.

4. Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs) beat Can-Am Express (Phil Lafon/Doug Furnas). Brian Knobbs; Doubleteam DDT Pin over Doug Furnas.

5. Mike Awesome pinned Tommy Cairo after Paul Hayman smashed a phone to Cairo’s skull.

6. Eddie Gilbert pinned Danny Doring. Kimona Wanalaya sprayed toilet cleaner to Doring’s eyes.

7. ECW TV Title – Chris Candido pinned Chris Cheti after Tammy Lynn Sytch (Sunny) hit Cheti in the skull with the Gong-Bell. Chris Candido retains the ECW TV Belt.
FrankC - Mar 18, 2011 - 08:38 AM
Post subject: ECW 3-18
ECW was Eastern Championship Wrestling before becoming Extreme. They were controlled by the NWA rules and regulations and under the wing of the NWA (WCW). The shows became a bit more violent as time moved along but Count-Outs and DQ were common. Later when Hardcore became the standard for ECW the name was changed to Extreme Championship Wrestling. The Count-Out and DQ's were non-existent. It became Chairs, Tables and Barbed Wire Bats. I am not at that stage yet although I have a few stars of that hardcore era. Most stars were layovers and a few were new. Eddie Gilbert was actually the promoter who later lost his job to Paul Hayman.

ECW – Long Island Arena – Commack, NY Att: 4,412
Announcers; Don Callis and Madusa Micelli

1. J. T. Smith won by Count-Out over Skinner. During OOR Brawl, Skinner got into an argument with Al Snow who was at the announcer’s table. Snow; Concrete Piledriver KO’ing Skinner.

2. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) won by Count-Out over Bad St Boys (Christopher York/Joey Mathews). Matherws got into a brawl with Jason Knight who was at ringside. The fight was taken to the locker area.

3. Little Spike Dudley (LSD); Acid Drop Pin over a beat up Jason Knight.

4. Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul won by DQ over Bad St. Boyz (Axl/Ian Rotten). During the in ring action between Axl and John Paul, Ian climbed to the top rope for a suicide dive. He completed the dive but landed on Referee Andrew Thomas. Referee Nick Patrick jumped into the ring and called for the bell.

5. Angel pinned Balz Mahoney after a vicious chairshot to the skull during a distraction by Gangrel.

6. Al Snow won by DQ over Gangrel who pushed and punched Referee Nick Patrick.

7. Tazz pinned Raven. Raven was taking a breather by talking to his manager Alexis Laree (Mickey James). Tazz ran over and rolled him up.
MKABear - Mar 18, 2011 - 11:33 AM
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Frank, I don't think you realize it, but you have forgotten more wrestling history than most of us ever knew!

Thanks for the recap - I thought ECW was always the hardcore stuff.
FrankC - Mar 19, 2011 - 08:43 AM
Post subject: ECW Wrestling 3-19
ECW – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY ATT: 4,268
Announcers; Joey Styles and Paul Hayman

Joey Styles – Sports Channel Philadelphia – Interview; Tommy Dreamer was the guest. C.W. Anderson and his manager Sinister Minister came onto the scene. Sinister Minister grabbed the microphone claiming that the overrated Dreamer was higher ranked than C. W. and that was a disgrace. Dreamer and Anderson shoved each other but that was all. C.W. gets 50 points for this on the air statement by the Sin Min.

1. 911; Chokeslam Pin over Rochester Roadblock after a Paul Hayman Chairshot.

2. Big Dick Dudley; Double Arm Chokeslam Pin over Vic Grimes.

3. Prince Albert; Train Wreck (Overhead Drop) Pin over Chris Hamrick.

4. F.B.I. – Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mariana) beat B.W.O. – Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards). Mariana over Richards during “In Ring” Chaos. Chastity and Sal Graziano were in the ring too.

5. C.W. Anderson pinned Max Payne. Sinister Minister hit Max in the skull with the Good Book.

6. Shane Douglas pinned Tommy Dreamer after Francine’s Pepper Spray to Tommy’s eyes.

7. ECW Tag Title – The Mamalukes (Johnny “The Bull” Stamboli/Big Vito Lograsso) (Challengers) beat The Dudley’s (D-Von/Bubba Ray). Vito over Bubba Ray using Brass Nucks handed to him by Sal Graziano. The Mamalukes win the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Mar 20, 2011 - 08:14 AM
Post subject: ECW 3-20
ECW – Show Place Arena – Upper Marlboro, MD Att: 3,126

Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Joel Gertner



1. Damien Kane; Damien DDT Pin over Hack Meyers.

2. Highlander Drew McDonald pinned Barry Horowitz after George Gillette hit Barry in the knee with a tire iron. Horowitz had earlier taken the Tire Iron from Gillette and used it to split McDonald’s head open. Special referee Don Callis failed to remove the Tire Iron from the ring or ringside.

3. Hugh Murris pinned Sal E. Graziano. Tony Marinaro swung a Gong-Bell and hit Sal in the skull by mistake. The big man fell like a ton of bricks.

4. The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) won by DQ over The Basham’s (Doug/Danny). Doug Basham tried to enter the ring with a Barbed Wire Baseball Bat. Referee Mike Adamie call for the bell.

5. Kid Kash pinned Jumping Joe Savoldi. Kenny Casanova hit Joe in the forehead with a 2 x 4 while Referee Don Callis pretended to be distracted.

6. Sabu pinned Steve Corino after Bill Alphonso blindsided Steve with a Chairshot.

7. ECW Hardcore Title – Falls Count Anywhere – Terry Funk (Champion) beat Rhyno (Challenger). Funk and Rhyno fell below the ramp into the storage pit. Terry recovered enough for the pin. Terry Funk retains the ECW Hardcore Title.



Dusty Rhodes is calling for the removal of Don Callis from ever being a special referee again. He is sending the tapes to Commissioner Frank Davis. Joel Gertner is claiming that everything was on the up and up and that Callis (Cyrus the Virus) did a magnificent job.
MKABear - Mar 20, 2011 - 11:46 PM
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I can't believe they are still finding people brave enough to get in the ring with Terry Funk, if the opponent's name doesn't rhyme with jactus cack!

Dusty Rhodes should mind his own business. Horowitz hit with the tire iron and got hit with the tire iron, you can't get more fair than that!!!
FrankC - Mar 21, 2011 - 09:00 AM
Post subject: ECW 3-21
ECW – Floyd Hall Arena – Little Falls, NJ Att: 2,688
Announcers; Joey Styles and Kevin Sullivan

1. Tony DeVito pinned D.C. Drake. Tony used a lead pipe to the head that Sinister Minister tried to give to Drake.

2. Frankie Lancaster won by Count-Out over Rockin Rebel. During OOR Brawl Rebel’s head was split open on the steel steps. Kenny Casanova got in the ring and announced that Rebel would go to the locker room for treatment and be back later to finish the match. Referee Andrew Thomas counted Rebel out due to no time outs in Wrestling..

3. E.Z. Money; Cha-Ching Power Bomb Pin over Johnny Swinger. Victoria missed with spray to E. Z.’s eyes and got Swinger instead. Money then used his finisher to end the match.

4. The Pitt Bulls (Spike/Wolfe) beat The Ganstas (new jack/Mustafa Saed). Spike; Super Bomb over New Jack after Tina Moretti (Ivory) crushed Jack to the chps with Brass Nucks.

5. Simon Diamond; Simonizer DDT Pin over Stunning Steve Austin. During OOR Brawl Sable crowned Steve with a Pail of Sand. Mikey Whipwreck who was at the announcer’s table came over and helped Diamond push Steve back in the ring for the pin.

6. Cactus Jack; Double Arm DDT Pin over Sid Vicious. Downtown Bruno hit Sid in the head by mistake with a microphone setting up the pin.

7. Justin Credible pinned The Sandman after Dawn Marie viciously scratched Sandman’s eyes and then held the ropes for leverage
FrankC - Mar 22, 2011 - 09:03 AM
Post subject: ECW 3-22
ECW – ECW Arena – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3.798
Announcers; Joey Styles and Don Callis (Virus)

Joey Styles Interviews – Sports Channel Philly – Mikey Whipwreck was being interviewed. Stunning Steve Austin and Jim Cornette came on the scene. Austin called Whipwreck “A Little Punk” for interfering in the match with Simon “The Coward” Diamond so that Diamond could win a bogus match. Austin and Jim Cornette started yelling at Mikey, then Austin picked up Molly Holly and ran from the scene. Mikey ran after them ending the interview early. Jim Cornette was fighting Mikey off with his Tennis Racket. Mikey Whipwreck -100 for today’s match.

1. Dirty Danny Collins; The Bristol Stomp (Brainbuster) Pin over The Intruder.

2. Chris Jericho pinned Van Hammer. Kim Nielson (Desire) gave Jericho a Roll of Coins for the KO.

3. KroniK (Crush/Adam Bomb) won by DQ over Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray). Sherri Martel tried to enter the ring with a Barbed Wire Baseball Bat.

4. Papa Shango won by Count-Out over Nova. Insaniac the Maniac instructed Damien Kane to fight with Nova during an OOR Brawl. They were last seen knocking over carts in the Food Court.

5. Amish Roadkill pinned Mikey Whipwreck. Stunning Steve Austin came to ringside and was arguing with Molly Holly. Mikey was distracted and became a victim of the pin. As he left ringside Austin said “I’ll get you again you Little Punk.”

6. Lance Storm won by Count-Out over Jerry Lynn. Tracy Brooks tried to use hair spray to Jerry’s eyes. Jerry got angry and left the ring chasing Tracy up the ramp and out the side door.

7. ECW Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion); Five Star Frog Splash Pin over “Little Don” Tracy Smothers (Challenger). Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title.
FrankC - Mar 24, 2011 - 08:06 AM
Post subject: WCCW 3-24
WCCW Wrestling – Barton Arena – Little Rock, AR Att: 9,868
Announcers; Frank Dusek and Cowboy Bill Watts

1. Wild Bill Irwin and Steve “Do it to It” Cox; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

2. Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy; Belly to Back Suplex over Dusty Wolfe.

3. Luis “The Man” Martinez pinned Ed “Moondog” Moretti with a Roll-Up. Moretti was distracted by Billy Jack who was being interviewed at ringside.

4. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) won by Count-Out over The Batten Bros (Brad/Bart). During an OOR Brawl, Brad failed to make the count.

5. Phil Hickerson; Big Powerslam Pin over Iceman King Parsons after “Moondog” Moretti handed Hickerson a Foreign Object for a smash to the chops.

6. One Man Gang pinned Billy Jack after a Smash with Chains during a referee distraction by Percy Pringle.

7. Gino Hernandez won by Count-Out over Jeff Jarrett after a vicious Chairshot. Jarrett was already injured prior to the match. Jeff was receiving a Boy Scouts of America plaque for fair play when Gino came on the scene and used a chair to Jeff’s skull splitting it open. Jeff went on with the match only to suffer a 2nd Chairshot. Jarrett was taken away on a stretcher accompanied by some tearful Boy Scouts.

8. WCCW TV Title – Al Madril (Challenger) pinned Brian Adidas (Champion) with a Gong-Bell smash while referee Ralph Pulley was distracted. Al Madril wins the WCCW TV Title.
Dave_Barton - Mar 24, 2011 - 12:48 PM
Post subject: Re: WCCW 3-24
FrankC wrote:
Jarrett was already injured prior to the match. Jeff was receiving a Boy Scouts of America plaque for fair play when Gino came on the scene and used a chair to Jeff’s skull splitting it open. Jeff went on with the match only to suffer a 2nd Chairshot. Jarrett was taken away on a stretcher accompanied by some tearful Boy Scouts.


Amazing how many critics Jeff Jarrett has today that either don't know or (like me) have long forgotten just how over he really was as a light-heavyweight pretty-boy babyface back in the 80's. I'm not ashamed to admit I was a fan of his back then, he was a tremendously talented high-flyer & technical wrestler, and a scenario such as the one in your game would not have been uncommon in the mid-80's for Jeff Jarrett.
FrankC - Mar 24, 2011 - 05:11 PM
Post subject: Jarrett
Dave, He was admired in the Memphis and Deep South. When he arrived in the WWF Jeff was as clean as a whistle. He had some good balttles down south with perrennial bad attitude guys like Brian Lee and Tom Pritchard. It made for good grass roots wrestling. Actually I never cared for Jarrett after his change. I think Jerry Jarrett (Jeff's father) was promoting the Federation.

I waited in the wings with this pre-show award from the Boy Scouts. It was an actual happening at I match I witnessed years ago. Edoward Carpentier was getting an award (a radio) from the Boy Scouts. Ivan Rasputin got sick of the ceremony, ran to the center of the ring and smashed the radio into a thousand pieces. The outcome wasn't quite the same. Carpentier destroyed Ivan for the dirty deed. Of course Carpentier wasn't rolling dice.
FrankC - Mar 25, 2011 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: WCCW 3-25
WCCW – River Center Arena – Baton Rouge, LA Att: 11,562
Announcers; Gene Goodsen and Rufus Jones


1. Savannah Jack pinned Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe after a smash to the chops with a Foreign Object.

2. Tugboat Thomas; Tidal wave Pin over Jimmy Jack Funk.

3. Brickhouse Brown pinned Primetime Brian Lee. Tammy Lynn Sytch missed with a Gong-Bell Smash hitting Primetime in the skull.

4. Cousin Luke pinned Kamala. Skandor Akbar had a shovel. Hillbilly Jim got the shovel just as Kamala was coming to the ring apron to help Skandor. Kamala was whacked in the noggin and crashed to the canvas.

5. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers) beat Orient Express. Tommy Rogers pinned Kato during an In-Ring Brawl. Bobby Fulton was injured by a Tire Iron Smash to his skull by Mr. Fuji. Bobby was taken away in an ambulance.

6. Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin won by DQ over Eric Embry. Precious tried to hand Jimmy Brass Nucks but Baby Doll got them. Referee Jim Korderas saw Baby Doll and called for the bell.

7. Manny Fernandez; Raging Bulldozer Pin over Buddy Landell. Dawn Marie missed and used Pepper Spray to Buddy’s eyes.

8. Al Perez pinned Chris Adams after a vicious Chairshot by Skandor Akbar.
FrankC - Mar 26, 2011 - 08:52 AM
Post subject: WCCW 3-26
WCCW – Oklahoma State Fair Arena – Oklahoma City Att: 10,104
Announcers; Steve Harris and Joe Pedicino

1. Killer Tim Brooks; Killer Elbow Smash Pin over Johnny Mantel.

2. Steve “Well Dunn” Doll won by Count-Out over Jeep Swenson.

3. Ken Timbs won by DQ over Tony DiPaulo. DiPaulo tried to bring a chair into the ring and was caught by referee Ralph Pulley.

4. Missing Link pinned Norman the Lunatic after Skandor Akbar smashed a Lead Pipe to Norman’s knee.

5. Cowboy Scott Casey; Bulldog Pin over Gorgeous Gary Young. Sunshine and Playboy Gary Hart got into an argument on the ring apron. Sunshine took a cup of beer from Hart and in the process it was thrown into Young’s face.

6. Long Riders (Scott “Hogg”/Wild Bill Irwin) beat Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware). Wild Bill pinned Norvell after a Scott “Hog” Chairshot during a distraction.

7. Kerry Von Erich pinned Rip “Crippler” Oliver. Missy Hyatt hit Rip by mistake with a micorophone.

8. Texas Title – Dr. Tom Pritchard (Challenger); Superkick Pin over The Patriot (Champion) after Brother Love smashed a Loaded Romance Poem Book over Patriot’s skull. Dr. Tom Pritchard wins the Texas Title. Brother Love took the microphone and told the unhappy crowd; “We Loooooooove You.”
FrankC - Mar 27, 2011 - 08:34 AM
Post subject: WCCW 3-27
WCCW – Landon Arena – Topeka, KS Att: 9, 988
Announcers; Bill Mercer and Dan Coates

Bill Mercer Interview – Cactus Jack and Skandor Akbar were running off at the mouth, as usual, not allowing Mercer to ask any questions. The Dingo warrior ran in, took the microphone, and crowned Cactus in the noggin. Dingo then ripped the cigar from Akbar’s mouth. Cactus was OK but both he and Akbar upset over the lost interview. +50 adrenalin points to Dingo for today’s match

1. Plowboy Frazier; Standing Splash Pin over Bruiser Bedlam.

2. Angel of Death; Crucifix Submission over Terry Sims.

3. Sam Houston won by DQ over Hercules Hernandez. Brother Love hit referee Bronko Lubich with the Loaded Book of Love Poems.

4. Brad Armstrong pinned Great Kabuki. During an OOR Brawl Plowboy Frazier, who was at ringside, gave Kabuki a Concrete Brainbuster then threw him back in the ring. Plowboy slammed Playboy Gary Hart through the Press Table when Gary tried desperately to stop Frazier’s mayhem.

5. Cactus Jack; Double Arm DDT Pin over Skip Young.

6. Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts) won by Count-Out over The Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris). Ron couldn’t make the bell during an OOR Brawl. Buddy Roberts stayed in the ring to prevent his count-out while Terry Gordy and Michael Hayes carried the fight against The Bruise Bros. Ron Harris failed to make the bell.

7. Dingo Warrior pinned Teijo Kahn after Mr. Fuji threw Salt to Teijo’s eyes by mistake.

8. WCCW Tag Title – Coast Connection (Jack Victory/John Tatum) (Champions) beat The Von Erichs (Lance/Kevin). Tatum pinned Kevin after Missy Hyatt slipped John Brass Nucks for the KO. The Coast Connection retains the WCCW Tag Title.

Note; Plowboy Frazier wrestled as Uncle Elmer in the WWF. Bruiser Bedlam started as Johnny K-9 then became Bruiser Bedlam and then Taras Bulba.
MKABear - Mar 27, 2011 - 07:20 PM
Post subject:
The Dingo warrior ran in, took the microphone, and crowned Cactus in the noggin. Dingo then ripped the cigar from Akbar’s mouth. Cactus was OK.....

Did the Dingo Warrior seriously think he could hurt Cactus Jack by hitting him with a microphone? Sounds like the Kansas Comedy Club to me!
FrankC - Mar 28, 2011 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: Dingo
MKABear wrote; Did the Dingo Warrior seriously think he could hurt Cactus Jack by hitting him with a microphone? Sounds like the Kansas Comedy Club to me!

And that becomes the problem. Dingo is acting erratic as usual and he goes after Akbar who is a notorious cheater. Cactus is mearly another of The General's stable and not the main focus. I use a point roll for Announcer interviews and this was a +50 points for the Face. +50 is good but not the +150 or +200 that a Crushing Chairshot or a Slam through Announcer's table would garner. Dingo caused a little irritation and that could be costly in the future. Skandor Akbar will not forget this. Remenber; The General smokes Cubans.

Note to readers; I have to leave for my medical appointment in 15 minutes. It is my extensive check. The wrestling has a day off. I am lost without my comfort zone of grappling this morning.
FrankC - Mar 29, 2011 - 08:09 AM
Post subject: WCCW 3-29
WCCW – Reunion Arena – Dallas, Texas Att: 17,708
Announcers; Bill Mercer and Marc Lowrence

1. Koko B. Ware; Flying Dropkick Pin over Psycho Capone.

2. Kendall Windham; Lariat O’Doom Pin over Bullman Downs.

3. Jake “Snake” Roberts pinned Spike Huber. During a distraction Baby Doll smashed a Bottle of Jack Daniels to Huber’s skull

4. Lord Humongous pinned Randy Rose after Downtown Bruno slashed Rose with a Sharp Object and Rose was blinded by blood.

5. Justin Hawk won by DQ over The Bezerker. Skandor Akbar hit Justin with a lead pipe and was caught by referee Slick Johnson who called for the bell.

6. The Youngbloods (Mark/Chris) beat Southern Justice (Tex Slazinger/Shanghai Pierce). During an OOR Brawl Rapid Ricky Romero threw Tex into the steel steps dazing him. Paul Jones swung a baseball bat and hit Shanghai in the head by mistake. Mark and Chris pushed Shanghai back into the ring and Mark covered for the pin.

7. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton/Dennis Condrey) beat The Simpsons (Shaun/Steve). Bobby Eaton pinned Shaun after a Jim Cornette Tennis Racket Smash.

8. WCCW Heavyweight Title – David Von Erich (Champion) won by DQ over Crusher Yurkoff after Playboy Gary Hart got angry and socked referee Slick Johnson who called for the bell. David Von Erich retains the WCCW Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - Mar 30, 2011 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: NWF Wrestling 3-30
NWF Wrestling – Hartford Civic Center – Hartford, CT Att; 10,334
Announcers; Angelo Savoldi and Pat Patterson

Michelle “Mike” McGuirk’s Interview – Mike interviewed Tito Santana. Larry Zbyszko interrupted the interview complaining that he doesn’t get enough air time and articles in the Wrestling Digest. In the process he became very animated with his hands and pushed Tito. A brawl broke out. Several wrestlers came to break it up. Zbyszko is awarded 100 points for today’s match because he interrupted and ended the interview.

Pre-Show Match; Cross Bronx Express (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada) won by Count-Out over Victor Riviera and Paul LeDuc when LeDuc failed to make the bell.

1. Big Swede Hansen; Swinging Neckbreaker Pin over Mainiac Robbie Ellis.

2. Charlie Fulton won by DQ over Baron Mikel Scicluna when the Baron was caught with a Foreign Object.

3. Dutch Savage; Running Piledriver Pin over Rene Goulet.

4. The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules) beat The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Chief Jay pinned Blake after Blake tried a suicide dive from the top rope and no one was on the landing strip.

5. Jesse “The Body” Ventura pinned “Cannonball” Tony Parisi after Sensational Sherri handed Jesse a Roll of Quarters for the KO.

6. Tito Santana won by DQ over Wolfman Farkus. Classy Freddie Blassie entered the ring with Killer Karl Kox and Killer Karl Krupp. Referee Jack Terry called for the bell. The Strongbows and Bob Backlund ran to the ring to prevent Tito getting ambushed. Classy Freddie smartly backed his stable off as he said “You Bunch of Pencil Neck Geeks.”

7. Bob Backlund pinned Larry Zbyszko after Jim Cornette swung his Loaded Tennis Racket and hit Larry in the noggin by mistake.

8. Steel Cage Match – Ivan Koloff’s Manager Nikita Breznikov slashed Nikolai Volkoff as Nikolai was coming down the aisle. Nikolai chose to go on with the match although he was cut on the forehead. Ivan Koloff beat Nikolai Volkoff with an Atomic Drop from halfway up the Cage and then used a Russian Sickle. Volkoff blinded by blood was unable to stop Koloff from escaping.
FrankC - Mar 31, 2011 - 08:41 AM
Post subject: NWF Wrestling 3-31
NWF – First Mariners Arena – Baltimore, MD ATT: 13,292
Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Bobo Brazil



1. Hillbilly Jim; Big Boot Pin over Goldie Rogers.

2. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka) beat Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Satch Abby). Mr. Fuji; Cobra Clutch Submission over Satch Abby.

3. Napoli Tony Rocco pinned Big Bully Busick. Busick tried to smash Tony’s head into an Exposed Turnbuckle but Tony reversed the move.

4. Gino Brito pinned Dirty Dutch Mantel after Lord Littlebook and Sky Low Low leaped from the ropes causing a Leaping DDT on Dutch. Little Beaver and Mighty Fritz then held Dutch’s legs during the count. Dirty Dutch is protesting the presence of Jack Britton’s midgets at ringside. He wants Commissioner Frank Davis III to banish the midgets because Dutch feels they are making a mockery of a serious sport that has rules and regulations to follow. Dutch also want referee Eddie Gersh banished because he should not have been distracted for so long to allow the pin on Dutch.

5. U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo/Barry Windham) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Rotundo; Airplane Spin Pin over Rex.

6. Superfly Jimmy Snuka pinned Rocky Johnson after Captain Lou Albano smashed Rocky to the chops with Brass Nucks.

7. Rick Martel won by Count-Out over Crusher Blackwell. Blackwell failed to make the count during an OOR Brawl.

8. AWA Title – Hulk Hogan won by DQ over Superstar Billy Graham after The Grand Wizard jumped on referee Eddie Gersh to prevent a pin. Superstar Graham retains the AWA Title.
Dave_Barton - Mar 31, 2011 - 11:49 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF Wrestling 3-31
FrankC wrote:
8. AWA Title – Hulk Hogan won by DQ over Superstar Billy Graham after The Grand Wizard jumped on referee Eddie Gersh to prevent a pin. Superstar Graham retains the AWA Title.


(wrestling fan Dave Barton after the match...)

So what happened is that the Innovator kept his title from the Immitator. I couldn't be happier. Hogan likes to play to the fans, but the fact is he's just as quick to break the rules as the men routinely cries foul about. If the Grand Wizard looked like he was jumping on the referee, I'm sure it was to get his attention & point out something important he was missing...like Hogan using a foreign object or some other illegal tactic that the referee might have missed.

Not all champions are superstars, but the Superstar is OUR champion!
FrankC - Apr 01, 2011 - 09:02 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-1
NWF Wrestling – Cincinnati Gardens – Cincinnati, OH ATT: 11,126
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Bill Cardille

Pre-Show Match – Tony Marino; Abdominal Stretch Submission over Duke of Dorchester.

1. Brooklyn Brawler pinned Frankie Williams after a smash to the chops with a Foreign Object.

2. Jean Pierre Lafitte pinned Johnny K-9 using the Ropes for Leverage.

3. Terry Gibbs won by DQ over Dr. D David Shultz. Dr D socked referee Terry Yorkston.

4. Dino Bravo won by Count-Out over B. Brian Blair. Blair chased the irritating Jimmy Hart up the ramp and into the locker room.

5. The Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) beat Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jim Powers). Afa over Jim Powers after Capt. Lou Albano whacked Jim to the Skull with a Lead Pipe.

6. The Sheik and Tony Garea; Double Count-Out during an OOR Brawl.

7. George “Animal” Steel pinned The Mongolian Stomper. Sir Oliver Humperdink was holding the ropes for leverage when Boogie Valiant came to ringside and clubbed Oliver. Animal bit Stomper in the arms and leg while Boogie held Stompers feet for the pin.

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant won by DQ over Tiger Chung Lee. Tiger smash Jimmy with a chair and then went after referee Terry Yorkston. Jimmy Valiant retains the Intercontinental title.

After the show Sir Oliver Humperdink demanded some revenge for the travisty that happened in his Stomper's match. He has recruited Tiger Chung Lee to team with The Mongolian Stomper. They are Beasts from the Far East and they want to face this "Odd Couple" of Boogie Valiant and Animal Steel if the cowardly Odd Couple is willing.
MKABear - Apr 01, 2011 - 12:12 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 4-1
FrankC wrote:
NWF Wrestling – Cincinnati Gardens – Cincinnati, OH ATT: 11,126
Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Bill Cardille



7. George “Animal” Steel pinned The Mongolian Stomper. Sir Oliver Humperdink was holding the ropes for leverage when Boogie Valiant came to ringside and clubbed Oliver. Animal bit Stomper in the arms and leg while Boogie held Stompers feet for the pin.

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant won by DQ over Tiger Chung Lee. Tiger smash Jimmy with a chair and then went after referee Terry Yorkston. Jimmy Valiant retains the Intercontinental title.

After the show Sir Oliver Humperdink demanded some revenge for the travisty that happened in his Stomper's match. He has recruited Tiger Chung Lee to team with The Mongolian Stomper. They are Beasts from the Far East and they want to face this "Odd Couple" of Boogie Valiant and Animal Steel if the cowardly Odd Couple is willing.


Boogie Valiant responds - Baby! Boogie Woogie is here stay, Daddy! Tiger you just bought you a New York City style can of whooping! If you want a fight, you have found it. My Brother, The Animal don't know the meaning of the word coward - they're are A LOT of words he don't know the meaning to, but "Kicking Some A" ain't one of them. You want cowardly, Humperdink, let's make it a handicap match, you can join your toadies in a 3 on 2 match, and see how much you like it!!!!

IF you feel froggy, Humperdink, Jump!
FrankC - Apr 03, 2011 - 08:55 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-3
NWF Wrestling – MetroCenter –Rockford, IL ATT: 9,956Announcers; Stomper Guy Mitchell and Wayne Griffin


1. Tommy Lane; Jumping Leg Drop Pin over Playboy Larry Sharp. Sharp threw Lane headfirst to the concrete. He thought Lane was counted-out but it wasn’t so. Lane then blindsided Sharp while Larry was celebrating.

2. Playboy Buddy Rose and Friar Ferguson; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Horrible Hartford Love; Kneedrop to Head Pin over Savatore Bellomo.

4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) and The Soto’s (Manuel/Roberto). Double Count-Out. Big OOR Brawl. The Soto’s chased Slick and The Powers followed brawling all the way.

5. Maniac Matt Borne; German Suplex Pin over Iron Sheik. Bobby Heenan was arguing and distracted by Stomper Guy Mitchell*. Maddog Vachon came to ringside and tool the Sheik’s Flag. The Sheik was about to go after Maddog when Borne whacked him from behind.

6. Adrian Adonis pinned Special Delivery Jones while Percy Pringle held S.D.’s legs down.

7. NEBRASKA BULL ROPE MMATCH – Butcher Vachon pinned Maddog Vachon after several head smashes with the Cow Bell. The Iron Sheik came to ringside and smashed a flagpole over Maddog’s skull.

8. NWF Tag Title – Hart Foundation (Bret Hart/Jim Neidhart) (Challengers) beat The Killers (Karl Kox/Karl Krupp) (Champions) Bret Hart pinned Karl Kox. Jim Neidhart took the Gong-Bell from Freddie Blassie and used it to crown Kox. The Hart Foundation wins the NWF Tag Title.

Note – Stomper Guy Mitchell is the pseudo brother to Bobby Heenan.
FrankC - Apr 04, 2011 - 08:56 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-4
NWF Wrestling – Municipal Auditorium – Kansas City, MO ATT: 10,584

Announcers; Bill Kersten and Dick the Bruiser

Pre-Show Match – Ron Richie pinned Rusty Brooks. During OOR action Rusty got into a beef with Johnny Valentine who was at ringside. After Rusty got back into the ring, Johnny threw a cup of beer into his face. Ron Richie took advantage.

1. Johnny Valiant; Figure Four Submission over Iron Mike Sharp.

2. Ken Patura pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio after Sheik Adnan El Kassie whacked Johnny with a bottle upside the head.

3. Baron Von Raschke pinned Rowdy Roddy Piper. Paul Jones KO’d Roddy with Brass Nucks to the chops.

4. Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) beat High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Brutus; Running Knee Smash after Jim Cornette used his tennis racket.

5. Big John Studd pinned King Kong Bundy. Bobby Heenan hit Bundy by mistake with the Gong-Bell. Bundy crashed to the canvas.

6. Dusty Rhodes; Bionic Elbow pin over Dick Murdock. Dirty Dutch Mantel, Murdock’s bodyguard, entered the ring and got caught by Rhodes who gave Dutch and Murdock a Noggin Knocker. Rhodes then used his patented Bionic Elbow.

7. WWF Title – Ivan Putski (Champion) won by Count-Out over Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff (Challenger). Orndoff crashed a chair over Putski’s back during an OOR Brawl. While Orndorff was yelling and bragging to Bill Kersten, Dick the Bruiser ran over and pushed Putski back in the ring. Ivan Putski retains the WWF Title.

Note; Orndorff wants a rematch but Commissioner Frank Davis III has denied the rematch because Orndorff lost. The Commissioner stated "Mr. Wonderful will have to work his way up through the ranks again." Mr Wonderful said he would like to start with the old used up Dick the Bruiser who cheated and helped Putski who should be called The Polish Lamber not Hammer.
Dave_Barton - Apr 04, 2011 - 10:42 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 4-4
FrankC wrote:

5. Big John Studd pinned King Kong Bundy. Bobby Heenan hit Bundy by mistake with the Gong-Bell. Bundy crashed to the canvas.


I'm a faithful reader of your results, but did I miss Studd's face turn??
MKABear - Apr 04, 2011 - 10:56 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 4-4
FrankC wrote:
NWF Wrestling – Municipal Auditorium – Kansas City, MO ATT: 10,584

Announcers; Bill Kersten and Dick the Bruiser

...

7. WWF Title – Ivan Putski (Champion) won by Count-Out over Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff (Challenger). Orndoff crashed a chair over Putski’s back during an OOR Brawl. While Orndorff was yelling and bragging to Bill Kersten, Dick the Bruiser ran over and pushed Putski back in the ring. Ivan Putski retains the WWF Title.

Note; Orndorff wants a rematch but Commissioner Frank Davis III has denied the rematch because Orndorff lost. The Commissioner stated "Mr. Wonderful will have to work his way up through the ranks again." Mr Wonderful said he would like to start with the old used up Dick the Bruiser who cheated and helped Putski who should be called The Polish Lamber not Hammer.


Guest Editorial:

Mr. Wonderful's mouth may have wrote a check his butt can't cash! Although getting long in the tooth, Dick the Bruiser is not one to make idle threats to. I have never seen The Bruiser back down from a challenge, and I don't expect to see it start happening now! (Sam Muchnick, president of the St. Louis Wrestling Club and Wrestling at the Chase)
FrankC - Apr 05, 2011 - 08:59 AM
Post subject: Studd
To Dave Barton; The Executioners (#1 Nikolai Volkoff/#2 Big John Studd) were a formadable team under Classy Freddie Blassie but Blassie tired of them and was using them as single wrestlers in preliminary matches. They eventually broke off on their own and one evening unmasked. Unsure of a direction (even by me) they became crowd pleasers because of feuds. Studd with Bundy and Volkoff with Ivan Koloff. The matches are too good to let go so both Studd and Volkoff will have to remain crowd pleasers for now. I wouldn't call them baby faces.
FrankC - Apr 05, 2011 - 09:26 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-5
SWF Wrestling – Dortan Arena – Raleigh, NC ATT: 7,604

Announcers; Big Bill Ward and Professor Dale Lewis


Big Bill Ward’s Interview – Don Kernodle was the guest. Idle chatter about his career and not much more until Sgt. Slaughter and the Grand Wizard came on the scene. He started ranting and raving about Kernodle because he doesn’t respect the Sarge. He said that Kernodle couldn’t be a Cub Scout never mind a Marine. The Sgt. Then blasted Kernodle to the chops with a forearm. Wahoo McDaniel ran out to prevent any further action. The Sarge and The Wizard walked off the set. Kernodle is -100 for todays title match.

1. Mike Graham; Swinging Neck Breaker Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette.

2. The Dream pinned Ben Ortiz after a Luna Vachon Crotch Claw and Lock scratching of the eyes.

3. Tank Patton; Super Tanker (Splash) over Pancho Valdez.

4. The Spoiler and Nature Boy Roger Kirby; Time Limit Draw.

5. Far East Express (Ling Curtis/Mitsu Arakawa) won by Count-Out over The Brisco’s (Jack/Jerry). Jerry Brisco chased Kenny Casanova up the ramp and to the locker area.

6. Sgt. Slaughter; Cobra Clutch Submission over Bob Orton Jr. after a Smash to the Knee with a Lead Pipe by The Grand Wizard.

7. INDIAN STRAP MATCH – Wahoo McDaniel pinned Crazy Luke Graham. The Leather Strap snapped cutting Graham’s eye. Crazy Luke was Blinded by Blood.

8. SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle (Challenger); Figure Four Leglock Submission over Beautiful Beauregarde (Champion). Wahoo McDaniel (bodyguard to Kernodle for this match) was taunting Missy Hyatt. Beauregarde became distracted and Kernodle blinsided him prior to the Leglock. Don kernodle win the SWF TV Title.
FrankC - Apr 06, 2011 - 08:27 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-6
SWF – Augusta Arena, Augusta, GA Att: 8,652

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Slim Zimbleman

1. Soldat Gorky won by Count-Out over Moondog Lonnie Mayne.

2. Zambaui Express (Elijah Akeem/Kareem Muhammed) beat The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Elijah Akeem; Zambaui Splash Pin over Jim Grabmire.

3. Rip Morgan pinned Tim Hoerner after Lord Jonathan Boyd reached in and rubbed Tim’s face into the canvas.

4. Arn Anderson won by DQ over Bobby Duncum. Colonel Homer O’Dell was caught by Referee Fred Atkins trying to hit Anderson with a pail.

5. Hollywood Blonds (Buddy Roberts/Jerry Brown) and Chain Gang (Jim/Ken Dillinger); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

6. Blackjack Mulligan won by DQ over Bunkhouse Buck. Colonel Robert Parker entered the ring and kicked Mulligan with a Loaded Boot. Referee Fred Atkins called for the bell.

7. BRASS NUCKS MATCH; Terry Taylor vs Masked Superstar –

Commissioner Frank Davis III ordered a Brass Nucks match after Referee Fred Atkins caught J. C. Dykes (Masked Superstar manager) and Alexandra York (Terry Tayor’s Manager) with Brass Nucks on their person.

Masked Superstar pinned Terry Taylor after several Brass Nuck Thrusts to the chest. Taylor collapsed. J. C. Dykes smashed a canteen to Taylor’s skull before the pin.

8. SWF – Southern Title – Austin Idol (Champion) pinned Butcher Brannigan (Challenger). During In-Ring confusion, Colonel Robert Parker entered the ring with a chair. Austin took the chair and proceeded to level Brannigan and Parker with crashing Chairshots. Idol then covered Butcher. Austin Idol retains the SWF Southern Title.
MKABear - Apr 06, 2011 - 10:29 AM
Post subject: Re: SWF 4-6
FrankC wrote:
SWF – Augusta Arena, Augusta, GA Att: 8,652

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Slim Zimbleman


8. SWF – Southern Title – Austin Idol (Champion) pinned Butcher Brannigan (Challenger). During In-Ring confusion, Colonel Robert Parker entered the ring with a chair. Austin took the chair and proceeded to level Brannigan and Parker with crashing Chairshots. Idol then covered Butcher. Austin Idol retains the SWF Southern Title.



When Colonel Parker climbed in the ring, I just started laughing. I knew Idol was going to clobber him with it. Pinning Meatboy Brannigan was an after thought.

You don't mess with "The Women's Pet & the Men's Regret!"
FrankC - Apr 07, 2011 - 08:05 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-7
SWF Wrestling – Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL ATT: 9,488

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Buddy Colt


Gordie Solie Interviews – Gordie was interviewing Ronnie Garvin. Izzy Slapowitz came on the scene leading Siegfried Stanke. Izzy argued with Solie and Garvin and Stanke took advantage of the ditraction by Double Fisting Garvin to the back of the neck. Ronnie fell to the floor and Izzy and Siefreied ran off the set. Stanke is awarded 100 points for today’s match with Garvin.


1. The Infernos beat The Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr.). Inferno #2; Loaded Headbutt Pin over Tiger Conway Jr.

2. Maha Singh pinned Buddy Wolfe after biting him on the arms and face while Army of Darkness constantly distracted referee John Benello.

3. Ronnie Garvin and Seigfried Stanke; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

4. Tully Blanchard; Slingshot Suplex Pin over Bill Dromo.

5. Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) and Desperados (Black Bart/Ron Bass); Double DQ. Mass confusion in the ring led referee John Benello to end the match. Manager J.J. Dillion is protesting the decision stating the R & R Express are notorious cheaters and Benello is a lousy referee.

6. Great Mephisto won by Count-Out over Junkyard Dog. Dog got frustrated at Salina’s constant interfering so he chased her up the ramp. He failed to make the count.

7. NEBRASKA BULL ROPE MATCH – Bruiser Brody pinned Ox Baker. Brody used the Bull Rope to tie Baker to the press table. He then beat Ox with a typewriter. After untying Baker, who was blooded badly, Bruiser threw him in the ring for the pin.

8. Florida Heavyweight Title – Crusher Verdu (Challenger) pinned Tommy Rich (Champion). Great Mephisto at ringside hit Rich in the skull with a rusty lamp that Salina stole from JYD’s Junk Cart. Crusher Verdu wins the Florida Title.
FrankC - Apr 08, 2011 - 08:37 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-8
SWF Wrestling – Owensboro Sports Center – Owensboro, KY ATT: 7,082

Announcers; Eddie Graham and Dreamboat Art Walge


1. Big Bad John; Backbreaker Submission over Sodbuster Kenny Jay.

2. Abdullah the Butcher; Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Elbow Drop) Pin over Joe Turko. The Intercontinental Nobleman put on a great crowd pleasing show before getting finally getting caught by Abdullah.

3. Exotic Adrian Street won by Count-Out over Hustler Rip Rogers. Rogers was arguing with Miss Linda (Street’s Manager) outside the ring.

4. Ricky Steamboat; pinned Kendo Nagasaki. Kendo was delaying while conferring with his manager Percy Pringle so Ricky ran over for a Roll-Up.

5. Road Warriors (Hawk/Animal) beat the Blackhearts (Great Goliath/Black Gordman). Animal; Doosday Device Pin over Great Goliath.

6. Nikita Koloff and Bullet Bob Armstrong; Double Count-Out. OOR Action led to the wrestlers fighting up the ramp and to the locker area.

7. Magnificent Don Muraco pinned Jos LeDuc after Sir Oliver Humperdink hit LeDuc in the throat, by mistake, when he swung his cane.

8. SWF Tag Title – Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) (Challengers) beat Misters of Evil (Mr. Pogo/Mr. Saito) (Champions). Purple Haze pinned Mr. Pogo after a Luna Vachon Chairshot while Lock distracted referee Mario Savoldi. Army of Darkness win the SWF Tag Title. Note; The fans were confused on who to favor but finally settled on the Misters who heard cheers for the first time. The end result was not quite as satisfying.
FrankC - Apr 09, 2011 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-9
SWF Wrestling – Nashville Municipal Auditorium – Nashville, TN ATT: 9,644

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Cowboy Bob Ellis

1. Don Bass won by Count-Out over Bullman Downs after Colonel Homer O’Dell hit Bullman with a pail during OOR action.

2. Colonel DeBeers; Double Underhook Facebuster Pin over L.D. Lewis.

3. Leaping Lanny Poffo pinned Boris Zukov after the Russian missed with a Flying Headbutt.

4. The Sheepherders (Luke Williams/Butch Miller) and The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne); Double Count-Out during a massive OOR Brawl.

5. DOG COLLER MATCH – Loser is forced to eat Dog Food – Bugsy McGraw pinned Blackjack Slade after straggling him with a choke chain and drawing blood. Bugsy the pushed Slade’s face into the dog food while the crowd chanted “Goober’s, Goober’s” referring to the incident in Spencer when Blackjack insulted everyone, degraded the state of Tennessee and cost Bugsy the match.

6. Terry Funk pinned Ted DiBiase after clocking him with a metal chair. AOD (Kevin Sullivan’s freaks) were at ringside and distracted referee Terry Yorkston.

7. Maddog Buzz Sawyer won by Count-Out over Mr. Wrestling II after a Purple Haze and Maha Singh piledriver on the concrete floor during OOR Action.

8. NWA Heavyweight Title Match – Ric Flair (Challenger); Figure Four Submission over Dirty Dick Slade (Champion). Ric Flair wins the NWA Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - Apr 10, 2011 - 07:11 AM
Post subject: NWF Rankings 4-10
Wrestling Digest’s NWF Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 4-10

WWF Champion – Ivan Putski

1. Bob Backlund

2. Adrian Adonis

3. Dusty Rhodes

4. Ivan Koloff

5. Paul Orndorf

AWA Champion – Superstar Billy Graham

1. Baron Von Raschke

2. Hulk Hogan

3. Dino Bravo

4. Gino Brito

5. Maniac Matt Borne

Intercontinental Champion – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant

1. Superfly Jimmy Snuka

2. Butcher Vachon

3. Brooklyn Brawler

4. Jean Pierre Lafitte

5. Tiger Chung Lee

NWF Tag Title – Hart Foundation (Bret Hart/Jim Niedhart)

1. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika)

2. Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada)

3. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Toru Tanaka)

4. The Killers (Karl Krupp/Karl Kox)

5. U. S. Extress (Barry Windham/Mike Rotundo)

Most Admired

1. Gino Brito

2. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant

3. Maddog Vachon

4. Rick Martel

5. Tito Santana





Most Hated

1. Ivan Kokoff

2. Butcher Vachon

3. Dirty Dutch Mantel

4. Dick Murdock

5. The Sheik

You will notice that a few wrestlers or tags are ranked in the top 5 who normally would be considered mid-carders. Most notably would be the Brooklyn Brawler & Cross Bronx Xpress. Brawler is a very tough wrestler who has taken his lumps at times. For the past month he has pulled out victories and earned a top 5 ranking. The Cross Bronx Xpress team of Unpredictable Johnny Rodz and Jose Estrada has also been on a slight win roll. Both Rodz and Estrada also compete in single action so the Xpress is not quite as active. They have earned a top 5 ranking. This is a tough team who will face anyone at any time.
Dave_Barton - Apr 10, 2011 - 10:04 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF Rankings 4-10
FrankC wrote:
5. Maniac Matt Borne


(chuckle)

In an unusual twist of fate, Matt (the original Doink, I might add) and I have the same chiropractor. He runs a wrestling school/promotion in Freehold NJ, and I'm in the process of moving to Matawan. My new chiropractor has an autographed pic of Matt as Doink & I asked him about it. Turns out the Maniac has been going to him for awhile. If I'm lucky, our paths will cross with back-to-back appointments! Evil Doink was cool & all, but I miss the classic Maniac Matt Borne from Mid-South, PNW, and Texas.
FrankC - Apr 11, 2011 - 02:22 PM
Post subject: SWF Ranking 4-11
Wrestling Digest’s SWF Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 4-10

NWA Champion – Ric Flair

1. Bruiser Brody

2. Sgt. Slaughter

3. Great Mephisto

4. Dirt Dick Slater

5. Blackjack Mulligan

Florida Champion – Crusher Verdu

1. Terry Funk

2. Masked Superstar

3. Exotic Adrian Street

4. Wildfire Tommy Rich

5. Arn Anderson

Southern Champion – Austin Idol

1. Don Muraco

2. Rip Morgan

3. Tully Blanchard

4. Abdullah the Butcher

5. Butcher Brannigan

SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle

1. Mike Graham

2. Big Bad John

3. Maddog Buzz Sawyer

4. Beautiful Beauregarde

5. Don “Bodyguard” Bass

SWF Tag Title – Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze)

1. Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk)

2. Zambaui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem)

3. The Infernos

4. Misters of Evil (Pogo/Saito)

5. Far East Express (Mitsu Arakawa/King Curtis)

Most Admired

1. Bugsy McGraw

2. Don Kernodle

3. Ted DiBiase

4. Blackjack Mulligan

5. Wahoo McDaniel

Most Hated

1. Kevin Sullivan (AOD)

2. Sgt. Slaughter

3. Rip Morgan with Lord Jonathan Boyd

4. Great Mephisto with Shalina

5. Blackjack Slade

Some things never change and Austin Idol continues to hold on to the Southern Title. He may have to face his biggest challenge to date when he meets Don Muraco. Other things do change with Ric Flair, Crusher Verdu and Don Kernodle claiming belts. None of them will find the going , easy. The Army of Darkness led by Kevin Sullivan continues to raise havoc around all rings. So does Lord Jonathan Boyd. Boyd manages Rip Morgan a true maniac and The Sheepherders who love to break furniture. The popularity goes to Bugsy Moran who fended off Blackjack Slade in defense of the lay back life of small town Tennessee. Slade may have a new set of problems because on Gordie Solies TV interview show, Slade said that there was not enough room in town for two Blackjacks. I doubt if Miulligan is shaking in his boots.
FrankC - Apr 12, 2011 - 08:19 AM
Post subject: ECW 4-12
ECW Wrestling – Wonderland – Revere, MA ATT: 2,936

Announcers; Paul Hayman and Madusa Micelli


1. 911 won by Count-Out over Dusty Wolfe after a Piledriver on the concrete KO’ing Wolfe.

2. Sal E. Graziano; Ba Da Bing – Ba Da Boom Bonzai Drop Pin over Psycho Capone.

3. Tracy Smothers won by Count-Out over Tough Tony DiPaulo. Tony’s head was split open on the steel steps. He was blinded by blood and wandered off to the locker room.

4. Can-Am Express (Doug Furness/Phil Lafon) beat bad Street Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews). Lafon; Sitting Powerbomb pin over Chris York.

5. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – C.W. Anderson pinned Cactus Jack. Sinister Minister squirted Liquid Ajax into Jack’s eyes during OOR Brawl. Anderson then used a Double Nuck Smash and pinned Cactus.

6. Louie Spicoli; Spicoli Driver Pin over Raven after Alexis Laree swung a shovel and hit Raven by mistake.

7. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) and The Gangstas (Mustafa Saed/New Jack); No Contest. In one of most brutal displays ever seen the teams tore the area apart. The Gangstas threw everything including a Popcorn Machine at Bad Breed. Bad Breed retaliated with Barbed Wire Baseball Bats. This was not exactly action for whole family to enjoy.
FrankC - Apr 13, 2011 - 08:39 AM
Post subject: ECW 4-13
ECW Wrestling – Woodbridge CC – Woodbridge, NJ ATT: 1,892

Announcers; Paul Hayman and Dusty Rhodes

1. Skinner pinned Tony DeVito. Skinner found a pipe under the ring and used it for a KO.

2. Prince Albert; Train Wreck Splash Pin over Mr. Hughes.

3. Big Dick Dudley; Dudley Driver Pin over Hugh Murrus after a Joel Gertner smash to Hugh’s skull with Joel’s loaded neck brace.

4. Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray) won by Count-Out over Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul). Rice and Paul chased Sherri Martel up the ramp and to the locker area. Rice was counted-out.

5. Eddie Gilbert; Throw a Fireball Pin over Chris Cheti.

6. TABLE MATCH – Sabu pinned Danny Doring. Bill Alphonso smashed Danny to the skull with the Gong-Bell. Danny was then placed on the 3 stacked tables and Sabu leaped on the helpless Doring and they crashed through the 3 tables.

7. ECW TV Title – Chris Candido (Champion) and Simon Diamond (Challenger); Double Count-Out while they were fighting up the aisles and eventually out the door. Chris Candido retains the TV Title.
FrankC - Apr 14, 2011 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: ECW 4-14
ECW – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY ATT: 4,212

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette

Joey Styles Interview; Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) were being interviewed. The ECW Champions; Mamalukes; Johnny the Bull and Vito Lograsso came on the scene with their massive bodyguard Sal E. Graziano. This immediately turned into a huge brawl with Johnny Stamboli suffering an injury when he was slung through the ticket booth. Several wrestlers ran out to stop the brawl. The Mamalules lose 400 points for this up and coming title match.

1. Rockin Rebel; Rebelizer (Diving Leg Drop) Pin over The Intruder.
2. Angel; Staple Gun Shots Pin over Barry Horowitz.

3. Jumping Joe Savoldi pinned Dirty Danny Collins. George Gillette hit Collins, by mistake, in the skull with his cane.

4. The Dudleys (Bubba Ray/D-Von) and KroniK (Adam Bomb.Crush); Double Count-Out. OOR brawl through the Food Court and out the doors.

5. Little Spike Dudley (LSD) pinned Mike Awesome. During confusion in the ring, Paul Hayman (Awesome’s manager) chased Molly Holly (LSD’s manager). Molly picked up Hayman’s briefcase and swung it hitting Awesome in the forehead. He fell like a sack of potatoes.

6. Tazz; Tazzmission Submission over Lance Storm after Spike Dudley took Jim Cornettes loaded tennis racket and crowned Lance.

7. ECW Tag Title – The Mamalukes (Johnny Stamboli/Vito Lograsso) (Champions) beat Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) (Challengers). Johnny the Bull pinned Rocco Rock after a Sal E. Graziano wicked chairshot to the noggin. The Mamalukes retain the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Apr 15, 2011 - 08:39 AM
Post subject: ECW 4-15
ECW – Show Place Arena – Upper Marlboro, MD ATT: 3.124

Announcers; Don “Cyrus the Virus” Callis and Jerry Lawler

Note from Frank "Fingers" Freemont - Wrestling Digest - ECW was a small unique Federation playing to fans who understood that rules were made to be broken. In that manner, ECW pushed the limits. The loyal fans would fill the small ECW Arena in Philadelphia and the even smaller "travel to" arenas. Chants of "ECW -ECW" would ring though the crowd who imitated their heros by dressing in the same fashion. Many of the fans did not have to change to be dress like Raven or Balz Mahoney. I even remember one fan displaying his tatood arm with the ECW logo. It was unque and in many instances innovative but it didn't last except in re-creations, like this one on the Table Top-Sports Forum.

1. Sid Vicious; Chokeslam Pin over Roadblock.

2. Kid Kash; Dead Level (Brainbuster) Pin over Tommy Cairo after Kenny Casanova smashed the microphone to Tommy’s head.

3. Drew McDonald won by Count-Out over Frankie “The Thumper” Lancaster. George Gillette Ko’d Lancaster with his cane during and OOR Brawl and Frankie couldn’t return to the ring.

4. Damien Kane pinned Van Hammer after Insaniac the Maniac Threw a Fireball.

5. The Bashams (Doug/Danny) beat Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards). Doug; Double Team DDT over Blue Meanie.

6. Stunning Steve Austin; Pointed Elbow Drop Pin Over Mikey Whipwreck after Jim Cornette hit Mikey in the skull with his loaded tennis racket. Austin, with a spray can of black paint, sprayed the work PUNK on Mikey Whipwreck’s chest.

7. Tommy Dreamer; Dreamer Driver Pin over “The Franchise” Shane Douglas. Shane was distracted when the BWO (Blue World Order) came to ringside and was taunting Francine.
FrankC - Apr 16, 2011 - 08:29 AM
Post subject: ECW 4-16
ECW – National Guard Armory – Teaneck, NJ Att: 3,612

Announcers; Joey Styles and Kevin Sullivan

1. Johnny Swinger pinned Vic Grimes after Victoria split Grimes head open with a Gong-Bell Smash.

2. Nova won by DQ over Chris Hamrick. Hamrick tried to bring a Barbed Wire Baseball bat into the ring.

3. E.Z. Money pinned Gangrel after a Smash to the Chops with a Money Clip.

4. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – Balz Mahoney pinned Amish Roadkill after a Double Knuckle Whack to the Jaw. Roadkill was carried out on a stretcher. He was last heard saying “Thy Balz Mahoney will payeth later .”

5. The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike) and F.B.I. – Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mariana); Double DQ by order of Commissioner Frank Davis III who was in the audience. This was Ugly. A Huge Brawl with Pittbull manager Lisa Moretti entering the ring with a 2 x 4 and F.B.I. Bodyguard Sal E. Graziano entering the ring with a swinging chain. Referee Andrew Thomas was injured in the melee.

6. The Sandman pinned Papa Shango. Papa climbed to the top rope while Insaniac the Maniac held Sandman. Sandman revered the hold and Papa leaped landing on Insaniac and knocking himself out in the process.

7. HARDCORE TITLE MATCH – FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE – Terry Funk (Champion) pinned Justin Credible (Challenger) below the Ramp in the Storage Pit where both had fallen. Somehow Funk was able to muster enough movement to place his arm on Justin for the pin. The Ambulance, that has been busy tonight, took both away to the hospital.
FrankC - Apr 17, 2011 - 08:46 AM
Post subject: ECW 4-17
ECW – ECW Arena – Philadelphia, PA ATT: 3,798

Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner


Joey Styles Interview – The Eliminators were being interviewed. The Nasty Boys and their disgusting little manager Downtown Bruno burst on to the scene. Before they could stop the interview, the crowd started to boo and yell insults at the Boys and Bruno. The Nasty Boys stomped off shouting insults back at the crowd. Bruno hovered behind then after a fan dumped a cup of Cola over Bruno’s Head. The Nasty Boys are deducted 100 points from todays match.

1. Dudley Dudley pinned Hack Meyers after a Joel Gertner Smash to the Skull with the Loaded Neck Brace.

2. D.C. Drake pinned J.T. Smith after Sinister Minister slashed Smith in the face with a sharp object. J.T. was blinded by blood.

3. Al Snow won by DQ over Jason Knight. Knight found a Pitch Fork under the ring and tried to enter the ring with it. Mike Adamie called for the bell.

4. Steve Corino pinned Jerry Lynn after Victoria smashed Jerry to the skull with the Gong-Bell.

5. Rhyno pinned Max Payne after a Reverse Chairshot KO’d Max.

6. The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs) beat The Eliminators (Perry Saturn/John Kronus). Jerry Saggs pinned Perry Saturn after Downtown Bruno threw salt from the popcorn stand in Perry’s eyes.

7. ECW Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion); Five Star Frog Splash Pin over Chris Jericho (Challenger). Kim Nielson swung the microphone at Rob but his Chris by mistake. Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title.
FrankC - Apr 18, 2011 - 08:09 AM
Post subject: WCCW 4-18
WCCW Wrestling – Pope County Arena – Russellville, AR ATT: 2,764

Announcers; Dan Coates, Mike Tenay and Hillbilly Jim

1. Kamala The Ugandan Giant; Slap Belly Splash Pin over Rock N’ Roll Buck Zumhoffe.

2. Steve Cox pinned Rip “Crippler” Oliver after Hillbilly Jim hit Rip in the skull with a horseshoe.

3. Plowboy Frazier; Legdrop Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette.

4. Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey/Bobby Eaton) beat Pancho “Villa” Valdez and Maniac Mike Conrad. Dennis Condrey; Double Underhook Piledriver Pin over Pancho Villa.

5. Jake “The Snake” Roberts pinned Terry Gibbs after Baby Doll sprayed Hair Spray into Gibb’s eyes.

6. Crusher Yurkoff won by Count-Out over Sam Houston. Playboy Gary Hart kicked Houston to the temple with a loaded boot during an OOR Brawl. Sam failed to make the count.

7. Billy Jack and Missing Link; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.
FrankC - Apr 19, 2011 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: WCCW 4-19
WCCW Wrestling – Rendall’s Dog Pound – Bristow, OK ATT: 1,498

Announcers; Cowboy Bill Watts and Frank Dusek


Ring Announcer – Welcome to our big wrestling show. My name is Grady Blaine but I don’t have to tell you that. Blaine’s Used Autos is sponsoring this show for the Police Association. Don’t forget to have your picture taken with your favorite wrestler and while you are at it, be sure to pick up a Blaine burger at the snack bar. The best burgers in town are at Blaine’s Burgers and Fries. Tugboat Thomas will also be meeting the boys and girls tomorrow at the VFW Hall. Kids, on your way to the VFW tomorrow morning be sure to pick up a donut at Blaine’s Best Donuts. At this time Bastian Booger came to the ramp. “What about Me? I think the boys and girls would like to see me? By the time I get through with Thomas tonight he won’t have a body left to get to the VFW. Stop your commercial and let’s get to the show. These fans are waiting to see a real man. I do like donuts though.” Grady was left speechless.


1. Tugboat Thomas pinned Bastian Booger after reversing an Illegal Object Smash.

2. Justin Hawk pinned Steve Doll. During a melee, Doll grabbed the gong Bell but Justin took it from him and used it on Steve’s skull.

3. Lord Humongous pinned Ken Timbs using a Chairshot while referee Bronko Lubick was distracted by Downtown Bruno.

4. Manny Fernandez won by DQ over Fabulous Frank Durso who tried to enter the ring with a Baseball Bat.

5. The Patriot; Patriot Missile Pin over Steve Lombardi.

6. The Simpsons (Shaun/Steve) beat Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato). Shaun over Pat Tanaka after Mr. Fuji missed throwing salt to the eyes and hit Tanaka by mistake.

7. Non-Title WCCW Heavyweight Match – Davis Von Erich pinned Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin. David took a microphone from Precious and used it on Garvin’s skull.
FrankC - Apr 20, 2011 - 08:12 AM
Post subject: WCCW 4-20
WCCW Wrestling – Harlington Sports Center – Harlington, TX Att: 2,482

Announcers; Mac Lowrence and Bill Mercer


1. Ed “Moondog” Moretti pinned Johnny Mantel after a Smash to the Chops with a Foreign Object.

2. Bruiser Bedlam; Stomach Claw Submission over Terry Sims.

3. The Bezerker won by Count-Out over Brickhouse Brown after slinging Brickhouse head first from the ring to the concrete floor.

4. Killer Tim Brooks won by Count-Out over Cousin Luke. During an OOR Brawl Luke failed to make the count. Afterward the two fought all the way to the locker area.

5. Southern Justice (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger) beat The Batten Bros (Bard/Bart). Tex over Bart after Paul Jones handed Tex some Brass Nucks for the KO.

6. Eric Embry pinned Gorgeous Gary Young. During some In Ring confusion Playboy Gary Hart hit Young by mistake with a bottle smash to the skull.

7. Mark Youngblood won by DQ over Terry Gordy when Terry tried to enter the ring with a metal chair.
MKABear - Apr 20, 2011 - 08:49 AM
Post subject:
6. Eric Embry pinned Gorgeous Gary Young. During some In Ring confusion Playboy Gary Hart hit Young by mistake with a bottle smash to the skull.

*****

Playboy Gary Hart responds, "I want a investigation! and I want it started now! This is not the first time one of my wrestlers has been endangered by the "crew" at one of these WCCW matches. I am serious, that fat guy with his jelly roll hanging over his belt intentionally shined his spot light in my eyes. Check the tapes! This crap has to stop, I could have hurt the Gorgeous one! If an investigation isn't started within 10 days, I will turn in my manager's license and remove my squad of talent back east, where you can get a fair match!!!
FrankC - Apr 20, 2011 - 10:04 AM
Post subject: Gary Hart
"If an investigation isn't started within 10 days, I will turn in my manager's license and remove my squad of talent back east, where you can get a fair match!!!"

To Playboy Gary Hart, If ever there is a reason for not doing an investigation, turning in your managers license would be an excellent excuse. As you know, this office reviews every tape of controversy and the tape of this match, you refer to, shows no illegalities except for your own actions. Not only did you sneak a bottle to use as a weapon but several times during the match Eric Embry was kicked in the ribs, by you. If the past is an indication; your boot was loaded.

Commissioner Frank Davis III
FrankC - Apr 21, 2011 - 07:14 AM
Post subject: WCCW 4-21
WCCW Wrestling – Bad Boyz Club – Garden City, KS Att: 1,574

Announcers; Steve Harms and Rufus Jones

1. Hercules Hernandez pinned Skip Young after a Brother Love Smash to the Skull with a Loaded Book of Love Poems

2. Great Kabuki and Johnny Rodz; Time Limit Draw. Playboy Gary Hart was constantly distracting referee Bronko Lubick and what would have been several Kabuki pins were not seen. Time finally ran out. Gary Hart was livid and after the match was trying to take names as witnesses for a hearing.

3. Rusty Brooks won by Count-Out over Iceman King Parsons. Gary Hart, at ringside still trying to sign witnesses, got into a shouting match with Iceman. Kabuki came to help Hart and a OOR Brawl broke out. Parsons did not make the count.

4. Jeep Swenson pinned Primetime Brian Lee after Tammy Lynn Sytch gave Prime Time some sandpaper for eye rubbing but Jeep got the sandpaper and used it.

5. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) beat Pretty Young Things (Koko B. Ware/Norvell Austin). Ron; H Bomb (Double Belly to Back) Pin over Norvell.

6. Brad Armstrong won by DQ over Savannah Jack when Jack tried to enter the ring with a hockey stick he found under the ring.

7. Dingo Warrior; Gorilla Press Pin over Buddy Landell after Dawn Marie missed with a microphone smash and hit Buddy by mistake.


Sometimes a small show can be the best buy in town and this was one of those times. Just under 1,600 people for a promotion show but what they got was a top notch card. Of course with Playboy Gary Hart on hand what can you expect. You may not like him but he makes things happen. The wrestlers showcased; Dingo, Iceman, Hercules, Kabuki, Brian Lee, etc have all been in main events and the "mid-carders" seen tonight are tough tests to say the least. The fans of Garden City, Kansas more than got their money's worth.
Fingers Freemont - Wrestling Digest
MKABear - Apr 21, 2011 - 05:12 PM
Post subject: Re: Gary Hart
FrankC wrote:
"If an investigation isn't started within 10 days, I will turn in my manager's license and remove my squad of talent back east, where you can get a fair match!!!"

To Playboy Gary Hart, If ever there is a reason for not doing an investigation, turning in your managers license would be an excellent excuse. As you know, this office reviews every tape of controversy and the tape of this match, you refer to, shows no illegalities except for your own actions. Not only did you sneak a bottle to use as a weapon but several times during the match Eric Embry was kicked in the ribs, by you. If the past is an indication; your boot was loaded.

Commissioner Frank Davis III


Well Mister Frank Davis the I I I, you have NOT heard the last of me. You may think you're important because you swing from paw paw and daddy's silver spoon, but this is Texas and real men take care of business, and that is just what I plan to do!
FrankC - Apr 22, 2011 - 08:34 AM
Post subject: WCCW 4-22
WCCW Wrestling – The Magic City Club – Bogalusa, LA Att: 1,786

Announcers; Gene Goodsen and Johnny Weaver

1. Phil Hickerson; Big Powerslam Pin over Spike Huber.

2. Jeff Jarrett; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Jimmy Jack Funk.

3. Teijo Kahn pinned Randy Rose after Paul Jones threw Teijo a lead pipe for the KO.

4. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) beat Long Riders (Scott/Bill Irwin). Len Denton pinned Scott during In Ring confusion. Dirty White Girl sprayed perfume to Scott’s eyes.

5. Kendall Windham won by Count-Out over Angel of Death. Angel was arguing with Johnny Weaver OOR and failed to make the count.

6. Cowboy Scott Casey pinned Cactus Jack Manson. Skandor Akbar hit Jack in the skull by mistake with the Gong-Bell.

7. Al Perez pinned Brian Adidas. Skandor Akbar distracted referee Ralph Pulley while Al whacked Brian in the skull with a flashlight.
FrankC - Apr 23, 2011 - 07:35 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-23
NWF Wrestling – Seacoast ACC – Rochester, NH Att: 1,290

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Bobo Brazil


1. Brooklyn Brawler and Jamming Joe Mirto; Time Limit Draw. Iron Mike Sharp was at ringside constantly distracting Brawler calling him “The Brooklyn Night Crawler.”

2. Iron Mike Sharp; Loaded Forearm Smash Pin over Naughty Norman Smiley. Iron Mike and Brooklyn Brawler got into a brawl after the match. The crowd threw cups at Brawler and cheered Iron Mike.

3. Horrible Hartford Love pinned Mainiac* Robbie Ellis after Slick gave Hartford a metal Foreign Object for the KO. *Ellis is from Maine.

4. Gino Brito; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Rusty Brooks while midgets Little Beaver and Mighty Fritz chanted “Good by Mr. Brooks.” Afterward a frustrated Rusty grabbed the microphone and immediately challenged Little Beaver and Mighty Fritz to a handicap match; anytime any place.

5. Larry Zbyszko; Swinging Neckbreaker Pin over Special Delivery Jones.

6. Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jim Powers) beat Cross Bronx Express (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Jim Powers; Running Power Slam Pin over Johnny Rodz.

7. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell and B. Brian Blair; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.
MKABear - Apr 23, 2011 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 4-23
FrankC wrote:
NWF Wrestling – Seacoast ACC – Rochester, NH Att: 1,290

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Bobo Brazil



4. Gino Brito; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Rusty Brooks while midgets Little Beaver and Mighty Fritz chanted “Good by Mr. Brooks.” Afterward a frustrated Rusty grabbed the microphone and immediately challenged Little Beaver and Mighty Fritz to a handicap match; anytime any place.



Rusty, if you can't pick on someone your own size, that's it go after two smaller. You should be suspended for that comment. Suspended from the ceiling and used as a punching bag by Mr. Beaver and Mr. Fritz!
FrankC - Apr 24, 2011 - 08:03 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-24
NWF Wrestling – Railside Athletic Association – Congers, NY Att: 1,584

Announcers; Pat Patterson and TV Jackie Pallo


1. Tommy Lane pinned Johnny K-9.

2. Baron Mikel Scicluna pinned Super Mario Mancini using a Hidden Foreign Object.

3. Corporal Kirshner pinned Maniac Mike Conrad after reversing a Gong-Bell Smash.

4. The Killers (Kark Krupp/Karl Kox) beat The Bowery Boys (Slip Durso/Satch Abby). Karl Kox pinned Slip Durso after Durso leaped from the top rope and smashed to an empty canvas.

5. Hillbilly Jim; Big Leg Drop Pin over Big Bully Busick.

6. Butcher Vachon and Charlie Fulton; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

7. Maddog Vachon; Piledriver Pin over Dutch Savage.
FrankC - Apr 25, 2011 - 09:37 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-25
NWF – Sullivan Brothers Gym – Powell, OH Att: 1,420

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Ironman Reggie Parks

1. Wolfman Farkus; Hanging Neckbraeker Pin over Dangerous Duane Gill.

2. The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake) and The Conquistadors (#1/#2); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl.

3. Johnny Valiant won by DQ over Friar Ferguson. The Friar used his Robe Rope to strangle Johnny and refused to stop.

4. Ken Patura won by Count-Out over Jumping Johnny DeFazio. Johnny was fighting with Sheik Adnan El Kassie OOR and failed to make the count.

5. King Kong Bundy; Atlantic City Avalanche Pin over Rene Goulet.

6. Rocky Johnson won by DQ over Dirty Dutch Mantel. Dutch was caught with “Shoo-Baby” (whip) in the ring so referee Jack Mason called for the bell.

7. Mongolian Stomper pinned maniac Matt Borne after Sir Oliver Humperdink handed Stomper some Brass Nucks for the KO.
FrankC - Apr 26, 2011 - 08:27 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-26
NWF Wrestling – Brainerd’s Paul Bunyan Club – Brainerd, MN Att: 1,398

Announcers; Al DeRusha and Dick the Bruiser

1. Big Swede Hansen; Reverse Neckbreaker Pin over “Macho” Goldie Rogers. 3:08

2. Dr. D David Shultz; Flying Corkscrew Elbow pin over Rugged Ron Ritchie. 3:57

3. Tony Garea; Diving Cross Body Pin over “The Merced Terror” Tony DiPaulo. 6:25

4. Nickolai Volkoff won by Count-Out over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. During OOR action Sharp got into an argument with Dick the Bruiser and failed to make the count. 6:28

5. Paul Orndorff; Spike Piledriver Pin over Victor Rivera. 10:41

6. Jean Pierre Lafitte won by Count-Out over Big John Studd. During OOR action Paul Orndorff came to ringside and got into a shoving match with Studd who fail to make the count. 7:36

7. The Latin Lovers (Manuel and Roberto Soto) beat Powers of Pain (Warlord/Barbarian). Roberto over Barbarian after Slick missed with a Microphone Smash and hit the Barbarian by mistake. 17:52
FrankC - Apr 27, 2011 - 08:02 AM
Post subject: NWF 4-27
NWF Wrestling – Mustang’s Club – Gordon, NE Att: 1,488

Announcers; Kevin Wall and Sandy Scott

1. Cannonball Tony Parisi; Italian Cannonball (Senton) Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 3:41

2. Dino Bravo and Sgt Frank Holz; Draw. Bravo used up time arguing with Sandy Scott. 10:00

3. Playboy Buddy Rose pinned Bob “The Cat” Bradley after a smash to the chin with an Illegal Hidden Object. 4:03

4. Tito Santana pinned Paul LeDuc with a Reverse Chairshot. 6:14

5. “Napoli” Tony Rocco; Figure Four Submission over Adrian Adonis. Percy Pringle missed with a smash to the skull with his cane and hit Adrian allowing Tony to lock in the leg. 13:11

6. The Moondogs (Rex/Spot) beat The High Flyers (Jim Brunzell/Greg Gagne). Spot pinned Brunzell after Rex hit Jim in the skull with a bone. 18:46

7. Rick Martell and Tiger Chung Lee; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 9:14
FrankC - Apr 28, 2011 - 08:06 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-28
SWF Wrestling – Prestige Training Center – Manassas, VA Att: 2,766

Announcers; Joe Munick and Bob Dalton

1. Bullman Downs and Frankie Williams; Double Count-Out. Wrestlers fought to the back stage area during and OOR Brawl. 3:46

2. Mike Graham; Swinging Neckbreaker Pin over Nobleman Joe Turko. 5:51

3. Big Bad John pinned Jackknife Johnny Furr after a smash to the skull with a construction helmet. 5:12

4. The Infernos beat Double XX (Mr. X 1 & 2). Mr. X #2 failed to make the count during OOR Brawl. 6:34

5. Bunkhouse Buck pinned The Spoiler after Colonel Parker threw sand in The Spoiler’s eyes. 9:43

6. Ted DiBiase won by DQ over Butcher Brannigan. Colonel Parker entered the ring and was beating on DiBiase along with Brannigan. Referee Andy DePaul called for the bell. 10:13

7. Crazy Luke Graham pinned Rugged Ronnie Garvin while Colonel Homer O’Dell Held the Ropes for Leverage. 9:44
FrankC - Apr 29, 2011 - 09:39 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-29
SWF Wrestling – Jasard’s Community Center – Weldon, NC Att: 1,368

Announcers; Bob Caudle and Tough Tony Bourne


1. Stan Vachon; Half Nelson Submission over L.D. Lewis. 5:06

2. Rip Morgan pinned Beautiful Bruce Swayze after Lord Jonathan Boyd smashed a Flag Pole to Bruce’s skull. 3:02

3. Desperados (Black Bart/Ron Bass) beat The Mulkeys (Bill/Randy). Black Bart; Texas Trash Compactor (Legdrop) Pin over Randy. 4:12

4. Hustler Rip Rogers; Belly to Back Suplex Pin over Bill Dromo. 5:36

5. Leaping Lanny Poffo won by DQ over Boris Zukov. Nikita Breznikov was whipping Lanny with a Riding Crop so referee Mike Sparks called for the bell. 5:43

6. Bob Orton Jr. pinned Bobby Duncum. Colonel Homer O’Dell threw Duncum some Brass Nucks but Orton intercepted and used for a KO. 12:53

7. Jos LeDuc won by Count-Out over Ox Baker. Ox chased Sir Oliver Humperdink back to the Locker Area. 9:51
FrankC - Apr 30, 2011 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: SWF 4-30
SWF Wrestling – Hudson’s AC – St. Augustine, FL Att; 1,782

Announcers; Barbara Clary and Coach John Heath


Barbara Clary – “Welcome to our show in beautiful St. Augustine. This is SWF action at its best. You will see White Lightening Tim Hoerner in action along with the #1 bodyguard Don Bass. Also on hand is Beautiful Beauregarde who is the ex-TV Champion and looking to hold the title again. The popular Jivetones, Pistol Pez Whatley and Tiger Conway Jr. will face The Blackhearts team of Black Gordman and Great Goliath. That in itself is worth the price of admission. Ricky Steamboat will meet Maddog Buzz Sawyer who is part of the weird AOD. The very popular Mr. Wrestling II who has been signing autographs since the doors opened will meet Mr. Attitude Siegfried Stanke. The main event will have Abdullah the Butcher vs Lonnie “Mooddog” Mayne. In fact Lonnie will be my guest at The Grapevine.”

Barbara Clary – Action on the Grapevine – Moondog Mayne was being interviewd when Abdullah the Butcher came out escorted by Percy Pringle. A shoving match occurred and Lonnie went after Percy who was using his cane to beat Mayne. Abdullah took Moondog’s Cowbell to use as a weapon. Mr. Wrestling II came on the scene and immediately dropkicked Abdullah. Percy Pringle and Abdullah retreated to the locker area. -100 to Abdullah for today’s match.


1. Tim Hoerner; Rolling Cradle Pin over Pancho “Villa” Vadez. 2:43

2. Don Bass; Facebuster Pin over Lee “Cat” Wong. 4:53

3. Beautiful Beauregarde; The Thumb Submission over Don Serrano. 4:06

4. The Blackhearts (Great Goliath/Black Gordman) beat The Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr.). Black Gordman pinned Pez Whatley after Goliath crowned Pez with a chair. 8:44

5. Ricky Steamboat; Flying Crossbody Pin over Maddog Buzz Sawyer. Luna and Lock tried desperately to save Buzz but got tangled in the ropes then tripped each other. 8:04

6. Mr. Wrestling II won by DQ over Siegfried Stanke. Izzy Slapowitz found a chain under the ring and tried to use it by entering the ring. 8:21

7. Abdullah the Butcher; Sudanese Meat Clever (Elbow Drop) Pin over Moondog Lonnie Mayne after a Skull Smash by Percy Pringle with a cane. 14:21.
FrankC - May 02, 2011 - 08:12 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-2
SWF – Tri City Athletic Club – Pascagoula, MS Att; 1,292

Announcers; Rich Landrum and Porkchop Cash

1. Mr. Pogo; Pogo Driver Pin over Brian Costello. 4:52

2. Maha Singh pinned Ben Ortiz. Kevin Sullivan distracted referee Henry Van Loom while Maha was biting Ben’s arm and leg setting up a 1-2-3. 3:34

3. Kendo Nagasaki; Samurai Kick Pin over Randy “Bounty” Hunter. 4:36

4. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) beat The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Jim Grabmire was counted-out during OOR Action. 7:42

5. Terry Taylor pinned Colonel DeBeers after Alexandra York tripped DeBeers. 8:22

6. Nature Boy Roger Kirby pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong using a Hidden Foreign Object. 9:31

7. Tank Patton pinned Blackjack Mulligan after Roger Kirby, who was at ringside, held the ropes for leverage. 9:13


The following wrestlers have announced their retirement;

Professor Toru Tanaka - a powerful performer
Wolfman Farkus who was last seen in a mountain cave in Rumania.
Tony Rocco who moved back to Naples.
"Cannonball" Tony Parisi - His chain of pizza parlors is thriving in Canada
Tony "Battman" Marino - Always a great show.
Horrible Hartford Love - A lot of talent and a disgusing attitude
Johnny Valiant - He will get a stable to manage.
Killer Karl Kox - Look for himm to announce.
Killer Karl Krupp - who cares!!

FrankC - May 03, 2011 - 07:36 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-3
SWF – National Guard Armory – Morristown, TN Att: 1,758

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Cowboy Bob Ellis


1. Sodbuster Kenny Jay and Wildman Mike Boyette; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

2. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) beat The Wolfpack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe). Butch over Buddy after Luke smashed him to the skull with a Flag Pole. 6:26

3. Soldat Gorky and Reno Riggins; Double Count-Out during OOR Action.

4. Rock and Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Ricky Morton pinned Ken after a Reverse Chairshot by Robert Gibson. 7:49

5. The Dream pinned Junkyard Dog. Luna and The Lock retrieved a rusty tire rim from JYD’s Junk cart and used it to crown the Dog. 4:43

6. Bugsy McGraw pinned Blackjack Slade. Blackjack had a roll of Silver Dollars to be used as a weapon but Bugsy got the roll and smashed Blackjack’s chops!! 6:31

7. Chief Wahoo McDaniel; Tomahawk Chops Pin after Bugsy McGraw, at the announcer’s table, ran to the ring and tripped Slater. 9:16
FrankC - May 04, 2011 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: NWF International 5-4
I have decided to expand into another hotbed of wrestling; mainly the UK. Many of the stars remained in the UK for their entire careers but others moved from shore to shore. A mix of US stars and UK stars was not unusual so as time moves on you will see cards that reflect this meld. If the letters (UK) are behind a wrestlers name it is because of duplicate names for other wrestlers. An example would be Kendo Nagasaki (UK) who was in fact much more popular than the Kendo Nagasaki in the US.



NWF International – Bolton Arena – Bolton, UK Att: 5,856

Announcers; Ken Walton and TV Jackie Pallo


1. Playboy Buddy Rose; Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) Pin over Dynamite Duane Gill. 5:25

2. Rock & Roll RPM Tommy Lane pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna. Lane got the Baron’s Hidden Foreign Object and used it for a KO smash to the chops. 6:52

3. Rollerball Rocco; Diving Kneedrop Pin over Bob “Cat” Bradley. 4:37

4. British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid) beat The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Davey Boy Smith; Running Power Slam Pin over Blake. 8:42

5. Skull Murphy (UK) won by DQ over Dave “Fit” Finley. Princess Paula was caught with Brass Nucks that Murphy had originally hidden. Referee Tony Charles called for the bell. 6:54
Murphy then pranced around the ring yelling “Cheater, Cheater, Finley is a Cheater.” Finley was quiet as he left ringside but he had fire in his eyes.

6. Kendo Nagasaki (UK); Kamikaze Crash Pin over Frank “Chic” Cullen. 6:23

7. Mighty John Quinn pinned Billy Robinson while manager Lloyd Ryan held the ropes for leverage. 10:11
FrankC - May 05, 2011 - 10:11 AM
Post subject: NWF International 5-5
NWF – International – National Indoor Arena – Birmingham, England Att: 13,844

Announcers; Les Kellert and Mick McManus

1. Duke of Dorchester pinned Lee “Cat” Wong by using the ropes for leverage. 4:53. The Duke got quite a few cheers with many of the fans not realizing that he was from Dorchester-Boston, MA and not Dorchester in England. The Duke did not use his Pete Doherty real name.
2. B. Brian Blair; Flying Dropkick Pin over Crazy Belshlomo (Sal Bellomo). 4:46

3. Dirty Danny Collins; Bristol Stomp (Brainbuster) Pin over Jamming Joe Mirto. 3:51

4. Vic Faulkner won by DQ over Exotic Adrian Street. Adrian applied a Deathlock while Vic was tied in the ropes. Adrian refused to let go then Miss Linda hit referee Jack Terry in the head with a bottle. A dazed Terry called for the bell. 8:34

5. Giant Haystacks won by Count-Out over Mighty Chang. Haystacks threw Chang out of the ring headfirst on to the concrete. Chang’s head was split open and he was blinded by blood. 9:51

6. Otto Wanz won by DQ over Soldat Gorky. Gorky was too bloody to continue. 5:27

7. The Rising Suns (Mr. Fugi/Mr. Saito) and The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 12:19

8. Tony St. Clair; Super Kick Pin over Highlander Drew McDonald. 11:55
indianaice - May 05, 2011 - 07:37 PM
Post subject:
Now that we are in the UK, wrestling in England would not be complete without Shirley "Big Daddy" Crabtree. He was a legend just before he passed away, very popular fellow.....one of the better "Big Men" in wrestling.
FrankC - May 06, 2011 - 07:00 AM
Post subject: Big Daddy
Indianaice, Your points about Shirley Crabtree "Big Daddy" are well taken and his popularity was over the top. I am re-creating an era in the 1980's. Big Daddy was over 50 by then having been born in 1930. His moves were limited so he would wrestle in tag teams and only enter the ring when it was time for a pin. I also passed up using Mick McManus and TV Jackie Pallo who were very popular but beyond their days of action.

I use a dozen or so wrestlers who competed in Britain during the 80's. If I mix them properly I can integrate them with my NWF wrestlers to create a few shows across the pond. The NWF and SWF are my main focus but I wanted a few UK shows as a matter of nostalgia. Back in the mid 80's I lived in Warwickshire and I have memories of going to a number of wrestling shows.

Thanks for reading the results I post and thanks for the comments.
FrankC - May 06, 2011 - 08:30 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-6
NWF – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY Att: 15,874

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Killer Karl Kox


Pre-Show Match – Pretty Boy Larry Sharp; Gordbuster Pin over Dusty Wolfe. 5:12. Sharp grabbed the mike and proclaimed himself the number 1 contender for any belt in the NWF. He said he is sick of being ignored.

1. Tony Garea; Diving Cross Body Pin over Goldie Rogers. 4:10

2. Dirty Dutch Mantel; Knee Drop to Throat Pin over Mainiac Robbie Ellis. 4:35. Mantel proceeded to Whip Ellis with Shoo Baby but was stopped by Nickolai Volkoff.

3. Nickolai Volkoff won by DQ over Big Bully Busick. Busick was Too Bloody to Continue. 5:44

4. Tommy “Jumbo” Tsuruta won by Count-Out over Butcher Vachon. During OOR Action Butcher walked away from ringside back to the locker area. 7:52

5. Tito Santana pinned Larry Zbyszko. Jim Cornette handed Zbyszko a roll of quarters but Tito got hold of then and used for a smash to the chops. 10:03

6. Maddog Vachon won by DQ over Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff. Sensational Sherri smashed a microphone to Maddog’s skull. Referee Mario Savoldi saw it and called for the bell. 7:31

7. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) beat High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Sika pinned Jim Brunzell after Izzy Slapowitz caved a trash can over Brunzell’s back during mass confusion. 12:32

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) won by Count-Out over Superfly Jimmy Snuka. Captain Lou Albano was wasting time conferring with Snuka outside the ring and Superfly missed the count. 10:21
FrankC - May 07, 2011 - 08:24 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-7
NWF – Cincinnati Gardens – Cincinnati, OH Att: 11,454

Announcers; Angelo Savoldi and Stomper Guy Mitchell

1. Friar Ferguson pinned Hillbilly Jim after a Smash to the Skull with a Loaded Good Book. 3:33

2. Brooklyn Brawler won by Count-Out over Matt Bourne. 5:04

3. Rocky Johnson; Rapid Dropkicks Pin over Tiger Chung Lee. 5:14

4. Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake beat Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Killer Joe Abby). Valentine pinned Durso after a Jim Cornette Tennis Racket Smash. 9:22

5. The Sheik pinned S.D. Jones after Abdullah Farouk Threw a Fireball. 5:23

6. Hulk Hogan pinned Jerry Crusher Blackwell. Sheik Adnan El Kassie tried to hit Hogan in the leg with a Tire Iron but missed and hit Blackwell. 10:31

7. WWF Heavyweight Title – Ivan Putski (Champion) pinned Adrian Adonis (Challenger) by reversing a Smash to an Exposed Turnbuckle. 10:23. Ivan Putski retains the WWF Title.
MKABear - May 07, 2011 - 10:07 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 5-6
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY Att: 15,874

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Killer Karl Kox


Pre-Show Match – Pretty Boy Larry Sharp; Gordbuster Pin over Dusty Wolfe. 5:12. Sharp grabbed the mike and proclaimed himself the number 1 contender for any belt in the NWF. He said he is sick of being ignored.

...

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) won by Count-Out over Superfly Jimmy Snuka. Captain Lou Albano was wasting time conferring with Snuka outside the ring and Superfly missed the count. 10:21


Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant responds, "Whoooooo Daddy! I looooovvee when the announcer yellssss and STILL INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPEEEEN!!!!!!!!!!!

And Purty Boy Sharp, you need to buy a mirror, baby. But if your feeling froggy about a title shot, jump. The Boogie will catch you!"
MKABear - May 07, 2011 - 10:08 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 5-6
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY Att: 15,874

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Killer Karl Kox


Pre-Show Match – Pretty Boy Larry Sharp; Gordbuster Pin over Dusty Wolfe. 5:12. Sharp grabbed the mike and proclaimed himself the number 1 contender for any belt in the NWF. He said he is sick of being ignored.

...

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) won by Count-Out over Superfly Jimmy Snuka. Captain Lou Albano was wasting time conferring with Snuka outside the ring and Superfly missed the count. 10:21


Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant responds, "Whoooooo Daddy! I looooovvee when the announcer yellssss and STILL INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPEEEEN!!!!!!!!!!!

And Purty Boy Sharp, you need to buy a mirror, baby. But if your feeling froggy about a title shot, jump. The Boogie will catch you!"
MKABear - May 07, 2011 - 10:08 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 5-6
FrankC wrote:
NWF – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY Att: 15,874

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Killer Karl Kox


Pre-Show Match – Pretty Boy Larry Sharp; Gordbuster Pin over Dusty Wolfe. 5:12. Sharp grabbed the mike and proclaimed himself the number 1 contender for any belt in the NWF. He said he is sick of being ignored.

...

8. Intercontinental Title – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) won by Count-Out over Superfly Jimmy Snuka. Captain Lou Albano was wasting time conferring with Snuka outside the ring and Superfly missed the count. 10:21


Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant responds, "Whoooooo Daddy! I looooovvee when the announcer yellssss and STILL INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPEEEEN!!!!!!!!!!!

And Purty Boy Sharp, you need to buy a mirror, baby. But if your feeling froggy about a title shot, jump. The Boogie will catch you!"
MKABear - May 07, 2011 - 10:11 PM
Post subject: RE: Re: NWF 5-6
Sorry, for the triple post. It said error so I posted again (twice) without checking the forum.
FrankC - May 08, 2011 - 08:12 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-8
NWF – Kiel Auditorium – St. Louis, MO Att: 9,292

Announcers; Bill Kersten and Bulldog Brower


Pre-Show Match – The Conquistadors beat Norman Smiley/Ron Richards. Conquistador #1; Slingshot Suplex Pin over Norman Smiley. 5:52

1. Swede Hansen won by Count- Out over Paul LeDuc. 4:05

2. Jean Pierre Lafitte; Le’ Cannonball Pin over Terrible Terry Gibbs. 6:09

3. Victor Rivera won by DQ over Dr. D David Shultz. Shultz got angry and slapped Referee Fred Atkins who called for Shultz to break an illegal choke hold. 4:13

4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) beat Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Barbarian; Lick of Fear Pin over Roma. 6:52

5. Iron Sheik pinned Rick Martel using a Vicious DDT onto a steel chair that Bobby Heenan had slid into the ring while Referee Fred Atkins was KO’d. 8:23

6. King Kong Bundy; Atlantic City Avalanche Pin over Big John Studd while Iron Sheik was strangling Studd with a leather strap. Bobby Heenan was distracting the referee. 10:22

7. George “Animal” Steele pinned Mongolian Stomper. Captain Lou Albano smashed a bottle over Stomper’s head. 12:29

8. NWF Tag Title _ Hart Foundation (Brett Hart/Jim Neidhart) beat U.S. Express (Barry Windham/Mike Rotundo). Neidhart over Rotundo after Jimmy Hart hit Mike in the skull with his megaphone. 12:34
Dave_Barton - May 08, 2011 - 11:19 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 5-8
FrankC wrote:
4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) beat Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Barbarian; Lick of Fear Pin over Roma. 6:52


Eeeeeew!!!
FrankC - May 09, 2011 - 08:42 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-9
NWF – Sioux falls Arena – Sioux Falls, SD Att: 6,998

Announcers; Roger Kent and Bruno Sammartino

Pre-Show Match – Rene Goulet pinned Iron Mike Sharp after smashing a bottle over Mike’s head. 5:04

1. Corporal Kirshner won by DQ over Rusty Brooks. Rusty was caught with a Foreign Object. 4:41

2. Ken Patura and Charlie Fulton; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 3:56

3. Ivan Koloff pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio. Nikita Brevnikov hit Johnn6y in the head with a Riding Crop Handle. 4:15

4. The Moondogs (Rex/Spot) beat The Latin Lovers (Manuel/Roberto Soto). Rex pinned Roberto after Spot smashed a dog bone over Roberto’s head. 8:15

5. Rowdy Roddy Piper; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Dutch Savage. Dutch tried to use Pepper Spray but it got reverse. 6:51

6. Bob Backlund won by Count-Out over Dino Bravo. Bravo left ringside following his disgruntled manager Jimmy Hart. They are protesting the match. 9:45

7. Jesse “The Body” Ventura pinned Baron Von Raschke. Missy Hyatt held the Ropes for Leverage and Paul Jones, Baron’s manager just watched. 6:24 Jones later told Roger Kent and Bruno that he fired Baron Von Raschke because the Baron was nuts and you couldn’t control him.

8. AWA TITLE - Superstar Graham (Champion); Bear Hug Submission over Gino Brito (Challenger) after The Grand Wizard hit Brito in the leg with a Tire Iron. 9:13 Superstar Graham retains the AWA Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - May 10, 2011 - 08:44 AM
Post subject: NWF wrestling rankings
Wrestling Digest’s NWF Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 5-10

NWA Champion – Ivan Putski

1. Bob Backlund

2. Ivan Koloff

3. Iron Sheik

4. George “Animal” Steele

5. Jesse “The Body” Ventura

AWA Champion – Superstar Graham

1. Hulk Hogan

2. King Kong Bundy

3. Tito Santana

4. Maddog Vachon

5. Baron Von Raschke

Intercontinental Champion – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant

1. Jean Pierre Lafitte

2. Nikolai Volkoff

3. Rowdy Roddy Piper

4. Rocky Johnson

5. Superfly Jimmy Snuka

NWF TV Title – Vacant

1. Brooklyn Brawler

2. B. Brian Blair

3. Dirty Dutch Mantel

4. Tommy Lane

5. Playboy Buddy Rose

NWF Tag Title – Hart Foundation (Brett Hart/Jim Niedhart) combined weight 516 lbs

1. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) weight 650 lbs

2. Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) weight 514 lbs

3. The Moondogs (Rex/Spot) weight 565 lbs

4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) weight 623 lbs

5. British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid) weight 475 lbs





NWF International Title – Vacant

1. Mighty John Quinn

2. Tony St. Clair

3. Otto Wanz

4. Skull Murphy (UK)

5. Giant Haystacks



Most Admired

1. Jimmy “Boogie Valiant

2. Tito Santana

3. Baron Von Raschke

4. Big John Studd

5. Gino Brito

Most Hated

1. Superstar Graham

2. Jesse “The Body” Ventura

3. King Kong Bundy

4. The Sheik

5. Pretty Boy Larry Sharp
FrankC - May 10, 2011 - 09:27 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-10
The NWF rankings are on the above post.


SWF Wrestling – Richmond Coliseum – Richmond, VA Att: 12,956

Announcers; Billy Powell and Ted Lewin

1. Beautiful Bruce Swayze; Running Power Slam Pin over Jose Gonzales. 5:40

2. Maniac Mike Conrad; Brooklyn Bridge Pin over Tough Tony DiPaulo. 6:24

3. The Brainbusters (Arn Anderson/Tully Blanchard) beat The Jivetones (Tiger Conway Jr/Pez Whatley). Arn Anderson pinned Pistol Pez after J.J. Dillon slipped Arn some Brass Nucks. 10:02

4. Dick Murdock; Brainbuster Pin over Big Bill Dromo. 6:33

5. Kendo Nagasaki won by Count-Out over Tim Hoerner. During OOR Action Percy Pringle crowned Tim with a Brutal Chairshot. Hoerner couldn’t return to the ring. 8:55

6. Crazy Luke Graham pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong. Homer O’Dell slip a folded metal chair onto the ring canvas then Luke performed a vicious DDT onto the chair. 8:49

7. NEBRASKA BULL ROPE MATCH – Blackjack Slade pinned Blackjack Mulligan. Dick Murdock was at ringside and he blindsided Mulligan’s head between the Gong Bell and the Cow Bell while referee Dick Woerhle was temporarily KO’d. 11:36

8. SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle (Champion) won by Count-Out over Big Bad John (Challenger). During OOR Action John failed to make the count. 7:41 Kernodle retains the SWF TV Title.
FrankC - May 11, 2011 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-11
SWF Wrestling – Ashville CC - Ashville, NC Att: 7,672

Announcers; Bib Bill Ward and Bob Caudle

1. Johnny K-9 and Frankie Williams; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 4:54

2. Tank Patton; Super Tanker (Slash) Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 3:22

3. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn/Stan Lane) beat The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Stan Lane; Myawashi Kick Pin over Jim Grabmire. 9:55

4. Bunkhouse Buck; Tennessee Headbuster Pin over Leaping Lanny Poffo after Colonel Parker kicked Lanny with a Loaded Boot to the temple. 8:18

5. Wahoo McDaniel; Tomahawk Chops Pin over Boris Zukov who was distracted by the crowd. 5:49

6. Beautiful Beauregarde; The Thumb Submission over Brian “Abbadan” Costello. 5:26

7. Ted DiBiase and Abdullah the Butcher; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. This was ugly with Percy Pringle hitting DiBiase with a filthy bucket of filthy water while Abdullah tried to break used Flash Bulbs into Ted’s eyes. 9:02

8. Sgt Slaughter beat Terry Taylor. Terry’s head was split open by a Concrete Piledriver. He was blinded by blood and could not continue. 11:09
FrankC - May 12, 2011 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-12
SWF Wrestling – Expo Hall – Tampa, FL Att:11,668

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Buddy Colt

1. Dr. Jerry Brown; Gordbuster Pin over Pancho Villa Valdez. 4:52

2. The Infernos beat The Mulkeys (Bill/Randy). Inferno #2 pinned Randy after a Smash to the Chops with a Foreign Object. 4:38

3. Mr. Pogo; Pogo Driver (Spiked Piledriver) Pin over John Furr. 3:55

4. Dusty Rhodes and Roger Nature Boy Kirby; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 7:34

5. Bob Orton Jr. pinned Bobby Duncum. Orton grabbed the Gong-Bell from Paul Jones who tried to clock him and used it to smash Duncum’s skull. 10:15

6. The Briscos (Jack/Jerry) won by Count-Out over The Zambaui Express (Kareem Muhammed/Elijah Akeem). Kareen failed to make the count during an OOR Action. 8:29

7. Masked Superstar pinned Tommy Rich after Paul Jones slipped Superstar a Roll of Coins. 8:01

8. FLORIDA Heavyweight Title – Terry Funk (Challenger) pinned Crusher Verdu (Champion) by using Hidden Brass Nucks. 9:12 Terry Funk wins the Florida Title.


Terry Funk also holds the Hardcore Title in ECW but keep in mind that there is a 10 year difference before Terry went to the non-existent ECW as to when he won this Florida Title today. Of course Terry always carried a fake NWA Belt (to use as a weapon) so we could still consider him holding 2 belts. It is too bad that wrestling doesn't have a belt for cheaters because Terry would own that too. He is a master of the nasty side.
MKABear - May 12, 2011 - 10:04 AM
Post subject: Re: SWF 5-12
FrankC wrote:



[b]Terry Funk also holds the Hardcore Title in ECW but keep in mind that there is a 10 year difference before Terry went to the non-existent ECW as to when he won this Florida Title today. Of course Terry always carried a fake NWA Belt (to use as a weapon) so we could still consider him holding 2 belts. It is too bad that wrestling doesn't have a belt for cheaters because Terry would own that too. He is a master of the nasty side.



I didn't know about the fake NWA Belt, that is a great story! I love the cheaters and Terry is absolutely one of my favorites!!!
FrankC - May 12, 2011 - 11:49 AM
Post subject: Terry Funk
MKABear - In the early 80's Terry stated developing a nasty side and it got worse when he went for the NWA Title and lost a controversial match I think against Jack Brisco. Terry felt that he should have been champion and the NWA Belt was the ultimate title in the Federation. It was then that he began being announced from the Double X Ranch. He had a fake NWA belt made and would bring it to the ring. Many of the mid-carders would only last 30 seconds against Terry as he would slam the large belt plate to their foreheads before the referee had time to turn around. The clean cut Terry had come a full 180 degrees. He dressed differently and he acted differently and he would remain a mean heel for the next 10-15 years.
FrankC - May 13, 2011 - 11:23 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-13
SWF Wrestling – Augusta Arena, Augusta, GA Att: 8,636

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Al Costello

1. King Curtis Iaukea; Orient Spike Submission over Nobleman Joe Turko. 4:04

2. The Devils Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) beat Double XX (Mr. X #1/Mr. X #2). Jeff Sword; Double Team Pin over Mr. X #2. 4:52

3. Krusher Khrushev pinned Don Bass after Paul Jones ran in during a distraction for a Chairshot on Don’s skull. 4:57

4. Bulldog Buzz Sawyer; Powerslam Pin over Randy “Bounty” Hunter. 3:42

5. Rip Morgan pinned Bugsy McGraw after Lord Jonathan Boyd threw beer in Bugsy’s face. 7:44

6. Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat Chain gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Gibson; Double Dropkicks Pin over Ken. 10:20

7. Nikita Koloff won by Count-Out over Ronnie Garvin. Garvin was fighting with Nikita Breznikov during OOR Brawl and failed to make the bell. 8:05

8. NWA Heavyweight Title – Bruiser Brody (Challenger) pinned Ric Flair (Champion). Nikita Koloff threw Flair some Brass Nucks but Brody intercepted and used for a KO. 10:49 Bruiser Brody wins the NWA Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - May 14, 2011 - 09:12 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-14
SWF – Wrestling – James White Civic Coliseum – Knoxville, TN Att: 7,136

Announcers; Jess McGrath and King Louie Tillet



1. King Tonga pinned Bullman Downs using a Foreign Object that fell out of Bullman’s glove. 4:23

2. Magnum T.A.; Belly to Belly Suplex Pin over Hustler Rip Rogers. 5:27

3. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) won by DQ over The Desperados (Ron Bass/Black Bart). J.J. Dillion swung a baseball bat and was caught by referee John Benello. 5:41

4. Butcher Brannigan won by Count-Out over Jos LeDuc. LeDuc was fighting with Colonel Parker during OOR Action and failed to make the bell. 8:59

5. Maha Singh pinned Mike Graham after Kevin Sullivan slammed a Tire Iron over Mike’s skull while A.O.D. did the distraction. 4:18

6. Siegfried Stanke pinned The Spoiler. Izzy Slapowitz sprayed Bug Bomb to The Spoiler’s eyes. 8:31

7. Mr. Wrestling II won by DQ over Graet Mephisto after Salana threw a Fireball and was caught. 9:44

8. SWF Tag Title – Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) (Champions) beat Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) (Challengers). Purple Haze; Abudadein Elbow Smash Pin over Animal after AOD (The Dream/Maha Singh) slugged Animal with a Chain. 10:08 AOD retains the SWF Tag Title.
Dave_Barton - May 14, 2011 - 06:56 PM
Post subject: Re: SWF 5-13
FrankC wrote:
8. NWA Heavyweight Title – Bruiser Brody (Challenger) pinned Ric Flair (Champion). Nikita Koloff threw Flair some Brass Nucks but Brody intercepted and used for a KO. 10:49 Bruiser Brody wins the NWA Heavyweight Title.


This is huge! Alot of people over the years said Brody could've carried the NWA strap. Should be interesting to see how he does with it.
FrankC - May 15, 2011 - 09:14 AM
Post subject: Brody
Dave_Barton wrote - This is huge! Alot of people over the years said Brody could've carried the NWA strap. Should be interesting to see how he does with it.

In spite of having proved himself superior in matches against Ox Baker and Abdullah the Butcher several times, Brody was an underdog against the crafty Ric Flair. (Brody needed a +75 roll to win). Nikita Koloff tried to help Flair but missed in his throw with Brass Nucks. Since that time Flair is not pleased because he feels that Nikita wanting a title shot deliberately threw Brody the Nucks because a heel vs heel title match is very seldom scheduled.
FrankC - May 15, 2011 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: SWF 5-15
SWF Wrestling – Mobile Civic Center – Mobile, AL Att: 10,522

Announcers; Cowboy Bob Ellis and Charlie Pratt



1. Cross Bronx Express (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada) beat L.D. Lewis/Ron Ritchie). Estrada; Top Rope Clothesline Pin over Ron Ritchie. 5:46 This was a very controversial outcome. Ritchie had rolled Estrada over for a pin after the Clothesline but Referee Mark “Slick “ Johnson claimed he had already made the count. The fans pelted the ring with cups. Johnson was escorted from the arena and later seen driving off with Rodz and Estrada.

2. Hacksaw Jim Duggan; Jumping Knee Drop Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette. 3:55

3. Dirty Dick Slater and Sgt. Frank Holz; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 5:57

4. Moondog Mayne won by DQ over Colonel DeBeers. DeBeer’s head was slashed open during repeated smashes with Mayne’s Cowbell. Referee Mike Chioda stopped the Blood Bath awarding Mayne the match. 8:29 DeBeers screamed that the match was a fix. He demanded to be stitched up and that the match should continue. He screamed “Give me the thread and I will stitch myself up.”

5. JUNK WAGON MATCH – Wrestlers are allowed to retrieve and article from Junkyard Dog’s Wagon to use a weapon. Luna Vachon and The Lock have been handcuffed to the corner post. Junkyard Dog pinned The Dream after clubbing him with a Rusty Tail Pipe. 11:52

6. The Sheepherders (Luke Williams/Butch Miller) beat State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright/Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker). Butch over Parker after Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Buddy in the skull with a flag pole. 7:04

7. Rocky Steamboat and Ox Baker; Double Count-Out while fighting into the crowd. 10:11

8. SOUTHERN TITLE – Austin Idol (Champion) pinned Don Muraco (Challenger) after smashing him to the temple with a Money Bag full of Silver Dollars. 9:15 Austin Idol retains the Southern Title.
MKABear - May 15, 2011 - 04:49 PM
Post subject: Re: SWF 5-15
FrankC wrote:
SWF Wrestling – Mobile Civic Center – Mobile, AL Att: 10,522

Announcers; Cowboy Bob Ellis and Charlie Pratt


8. SOUTHERN TITLE – Austin Idol (Champion) pinned Don Muraco (Challenger) after smashing him to the temple with a Money Bag full of Silver Dollars. 9:15 Austin Idol retains the Southern Title.



Austin Idol responds, there were no silver dollars in that ring tonight you to loser announcers. I am all about the gold, baby, and any money bag you see on me contains GOLD $20 coins! Don't you forget it!


^^^^^^

PS - I never got to see them much on TV and never in real life, but I loved Butch & Luke the Sheepherders/Bushwackers(?)
FrankC - May 15, 2011 - 05:33 PM
Post subject: Austin Idol and The Sheepherders
To MKABear, Autin Idol is a great champion but he bends the rules a lot. In this match he was up against his toughest test yet in Don Muraco. While Idol won the match it was clear that his money bag did the job on Muraco's temple. Austin tries to convince everyone that it was his fist of iron but we all know better. He calls the hit "The Jackpot."

The Sheepherders were a far cry from The Bushwhackers. The Sheepherders, Butch and Luke, were guided by Lord Jonathan Boyd who at one time was a notorious rule breaker. The Sheepherders like to hurt other teams using dirty tactics like little peices of barbed wire and even chewing on the opponent's head or arm. They were a disgrace and they loved it. When they entered the WWF they had gained a bit of control and immediately become crowd pleasers. It was a different role for them but kept the police off their backs. They had many run ins with the police in various towns for tearing up small arenas. That's a fact. I was at a show at a ballroom where they tore it apart and ended up in the town jail and it wasn't a put on. The NWA (WCW) paid a lot to straighten it out but Luke and Butch went on with their mayhem.
MKABear - May 15, 2011 - 08:25 PM
Post subject:
I learn from you every time you speak.

If you could find time to put down the dice you could write a great wrestling history book! You are a walking encyclopedia.
FrankC - May 16, 2011 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: ECW (Hardcore) Rankings 5-16
Wrestling Digest’s ECW (Hardcore) Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 5-16

ECW Champion – Rob Van Dam
1. Sabu
2. Eddie Gilbert
3. Tracy Smothers
4. Chris Jericho
5. Tommy Cairo

Hardcore Champion – Terry Funk
1. C.W. Anderson
2. Rhyno
3. Damien Kane
4. Justin Credible
5. Cactus Jack

ECW TV Champion – Chris Candido
1. Big Dick Dudley
2. Kid Kash
3. Al Snow
4. Little Spike Dudley (LSD)
5. 911

ECW Tag Title – The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull/Vito Lograsso) combined weight 495 lbs.
1. The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) 534 lbs.
2. The Dudleys (D-Von/Bubba Ray) 609 lbs.
3. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) 525 lbs.
4. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) 544 lbs.
5. Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray) 542 lbs.

Most Popular
1. Terry Funk
2. Cactus Jack
3. Tommy Dreamer
4. Little Spike Dudley (LSD)
5. The Sandman

Most Hated
1. C. W. Anderson
2. Papa Shango
3. Chris Jericho
4. Eddie Gilbert
5. Angel

Most Hated Managers
1. Joel Gertner
2. Sal Graziano (Bodyguard)
3. Kim Nielson
4. Insaniac the Maniac
5. Downtown Bruno
FrankC - May 16, 2011 - 10:06 AM
Post subject: ECW 5-16
ECW Rankings are in the note above.


ECW Wrestling – Floyd Hall Arena – Little Falls, NJ Att: 2,912

Announcers; Joey Styles and Don Callis



Joey Styles Interview for WPPX TV Chan 61 – The Sandman was being interviewed. Chris Jericho with Kim Nielson interrupted the interview stating he wanted to address the TV audience in a matter of grave importance. As the Sandman relaxed looking around Jericho picked up a Flood Lamp and smashed it to The Sandman’s back. The Sandman fell to the floor then Kim Nielson jumped on him and began scratching Sandman’s eyes. Joey Styles screamed “Oh My God.” Jerry Lynn and Frankie Lancaster came out to rescue Sandman so Chris and Kim retreated to the locker rooms. The Sandman -200 for today’s match.

1. Mr. Hughes; Sit Out Power Bomb Pin over Robbie Ellis. Ellis appeared to have pinned Hughes in a rollup earlier but referee Bill Alphonso refused to count claiming Ellis had grabbed the ropes when he clearly hadn’t. 4:14

2. Crowbar (Devon Storm) pinned Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster with a Piledriver onto a Steel Chair. 6:50

3. Bruiser Bedlam and Dusty Wolfe; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl that took them to the locker area. 5:52

4. Big Dick Dudley; pinned Danny Doring after Joel Gertner hit Danny with a Loaded Neck Brace. 9:24

5. Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge/Rocco Rock) beat Goodfellas (Jason Knight?Tony DeVito). Johnny Grunge over Jason Knight with a Reverse Chairshot. 8:57

6. Chris Jericho; Liontamer Submission over Jerry Lynn after a Kim Nielson Gong-Bell Smash. Alexis Laree (Micky James) threw in the towel because Lynn was KO’d but Bill Alphonso pretended to not see it and allowed jEruicho to hurt Jerry. Public Enemy stormed to ring and put an end to it. 12:33

7. The Sandman pinned Angel. Chris Jericho tried to crown Sandman with a Metal Cola Sign but missed and hit Angel. 10:55
FrankC - May 17, 2011 - 08:17 AM
Post subject: ECW and SWF Rankings 5-17
I completed the SWF rankings so I am including them with a card from ECW.

Wrestling Digest’s SWF Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 5 - 17


NWA Champion – Bruiser Brody
1. Sgt. Slaughter
2. Crazy Luke Graham
3. Nikita Koloff
4. Ric Flair
5. Abdullah the Butcher
Florida Champion – Terry Funk
1. Masked Superstar
2. Tank Patton
3. Wahoo McDaniel
4. Crusher Verdu
5. Siegfried Stanke
Southern Champion – Austin Idol
1. Rip Morgan
2. Cowboy Bob Orton
3. Kendo Nagasaki
4. Mr. Wrestling II
5. Don Muraco
SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle
1. Maddog Buzz Sawyer
2. Beautiful Beauregarde
3. Maha Singh
4. Bunkhouse Buck
5. Mr. Pogo
SWF Tag Title – Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) Combined Weight 527 lbs.
1. The Infernos 495 lbs.
2. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) 510 lbs.
3. Rock & Roll Express (Rick Morton/Robert Gibson) 453 lbs.
4. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) 430 lbs
5. Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) 575 lbs


Most Admired
1. Bruiser Brody
2. Wahoo McDaniel
3. Mr. Wrestling II
4. Moondog Lonnie Mayne
5. Ted DiBiase
Most Hated
1. Sgt. Slaughter
2. Great Mephisto with Salana
3. Rip Morgan with Lord Jonathan Boyd
4. Army of Darkness with Luna Vachon
5. Crazy Luke Graham



ECW Wrestling – Memorial Hall – Dover, DE Att: 2,634


Announcers; Joey Styles and Paul Hayman

1. Chris Cheti; Amityville Horror (Samoan Driver) Pin over Kid Kash after Kenny Casanova tried to interfere and got tangled up with Kid who fell head first to the canvas. 6:54

2. Centurian Marcella pinned Jumping Joe Savoldi. Kenny Casanova handed Centurian a roll of quarters for the KO Smash. 5:19

3. Mason Dixon Line (Hack Meyers/Chris Hamrick) beat Boogie Knights (Sal Sincere/Disco Inferno). Hack Meyers pinned Disco Inferno with a Reverse Gong-Bell Smash. 9:03

4. Tommy Cairo won by DQ over Sal E. Graziano. Sal found a 2 x 4 under the ring and tried to enter with it. He pushed referee Andrew Thomas who called for the bell. 7:58

5. Little Spike Dudley (LSD) pinned Justin Credible. Justin retrieved his Kendo Stick when Andrew Thomas was KO’d, but as he entered the ring Molly Holly gave him a Super Kick. Justin fell into a Roll-Up. 6:05

6. Can-Am Express (Doug Furness/Phil Lafon) beat The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed). Lafon pinned New Jack. New Jack hit Special Referee Dusty Rhodes who slammed Jack with a Bionic Elbow. 10:37

7. Shane Douglas (The Franchise) pinned Rhyno after Francine clubbed Rhyno with a bottle of Captain Morgan. 9:33

8. ECW Hardcore Title – Cage Match – Terry Funk (Champion) beat C. W. Anderson (Challenger). Anderson was about to leap from the top of the cage when Sinister Minister trying to help C. W. Threw a Fireball. Anderson was blinded and tripped falling helplessly to the canvas. Terry climbed out. 12:31 Terry Funk retains the ECW hardcore Title.
Dave_Barton - May 17, 2011 - 11:27 AM
Post subject: Re: ECW and SWF Rankings 5-17
Crazy Luke Graham, #2 contender to the NWA Title? He must be getting smarter...about not getting caught cheating his way to victory!

And with Brody as #1 Most Popular & Slaughter #1 Most Hated, while Brody is NWA Champion & Slaughter is #1 contender...its just a matter of time before the fans demand these 2 face off!

I have to admit, despite being born & raised in New Jersey & being exposed to WWWF first, I'm a bigger fan of your NWA results. Probably because WWWF was a single territory, while NWA had multiple territories.
FrankC - May 17, 2011 - 11:58 AM
Post subject: NWA vs WWF
Dave_Barton wrote; I have to admit, despite being born & raised in New Jersey & being exposed to WWWF first, I'm a bigger fan of your NWA results. Probably because WWWF was a single territory, while NWA had multiple territories.

Championship Wrestling from Florida would broadcast through a Newark, NJ station and I became a big fan of the NWA. I always enjoyed the NWA because it seemed to reach further to the smaller Federations. The early 80's was a feast for wrestling fans. You could spend entire Saturdays watching.
Dave_Barton - May 17, 2011 - 02:19 PM
Post subject:
I got Florida for a very short time in the early 80's, and then again in the mid 80's (during Luger's dominance).

I got Georgia from 1980 on.

I got Mid-Atlantic from around 1985 on.

Mid-South around mid 80's on.

AWA was the same.

Texas from mid 80's on.

GWF from around 1991-1992.

California for about 2 episodes in the late 70's (I remember Superstar Graham winning a battle royal over SD Jones as the final 2, and I remember a guy who looked like a terribly fake Frankenstein who went by the name "The Monster")

And I still managed to miss out on alot of territories like LawlerLand, Central States, PNW, and Southwest!
FrankC - May 18, 2011 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: ECW 5-18
ECW – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,416

Announcers; Kevin Sullivan and Madussa Micelli


1. E.Z. Money and Randy “Bounty” Hunter; Double Count-Out. OOR Brawl went into the Food Court and beyond. 5:32

2. Barry Horowitz; Bridging Northern Lights Suplex over Larry Winters after Al Snow who was at the Announcer’s table ran over and tripped Winters. 5:58 When Kevin Sullivan asked Al why he did it, Al said that Barry never wins and needed to know the feeling. Al also said his name may be Snow but he doesn’t like Winters. An angry Winters was screaming that he would get back at Al.

3. Dudley Dudley won by Count-Out over Battle Cat after Joel Gertner KO’d Cat with his Loaded neck Brace during OOR Action. 4:15

4. The Pittbulls (Wolf/Spike) beat The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Wolf pinned Saggs after Downtown Bruno hit Saggs, by mistake, in the knee with a crow bar. 11:26

5. Falls Count Anywhere Match – Max Payne pinned Mike Awesome in the aisle after Awesome was pushed over the rail from the balcony. While they were fighting in the balcony, a fan, with a white beard, helped Max push Awesome down to the aisle below. The pin was easy. 13:18. As the bearded fan was leaving the camera caught him in the foyer taking off the beard. It was Cactus Jack. Later during an interview Paul Hayman wanted a review of the match. “My man is seriously injured. Are there no rules in ECW?”

6. Raven and Steve Corino; Double Count-Out. An OOR Brawl; up the aisle, through the food court and out the doors to the parking lot. 8:12

7. ECW TV Title – Al Snow (Challenger) pinned Chris Candido (Champion). Tammy Lyn Sytch distracted the referee while Larry Winters ran over to hit Al with the Gong-Bell. He missed and hit Candido. 9:59 Al Snow wins the ECW TV Title.
MKABear - May 18, 2011 - 10:09 AM
Post subject: Re: ECW 5-18
FrankC wrote:
ECW – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,416



5. Falls Count Anywhere Match – Max Payne pinned Mike Awesome in the aisle after Awesome was pushed over the rail from the balcony. While they were fighting in the balcony, a fan, with a white beard, helped Max push Awesome down to the aisle below. The pin was easy. 13:18. As the bearded fan was leaving the camera caught him in the foyer taking off the beard. It was Cactus Jack. Later during an interview Paul Hayman wanted a review of the match. “My man is seriously injured. Are there no rules in ECW?”



Another great angle, Frank. Kudos!
FrankC - May 19, 2011 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: ECW 5-19
ECW Wrestling – Showplace Arena – Upper Marlboro, MD Att: 3,156

Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Joel Gertner

1. 911 pinned Roadblock after Paul Hayman slammed a briefcase over Roadblock’s head. 4:13

2. Johnny Swinger; Swing Thing (Cobra Clutch) Submission over Hugh Murrus after Victoria sprayed perfume into Hugh’s eyes blinding him. 6:47

3. Headhunters (A & B) and Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul); Double DQ. There was mayhem in and out of the ring. Food carts were turned over and 2 x 4’s became weapons. Nick Patrick called for the bell long before this ended. 11:39

4. D. C. Drake pinned J. T. Smith after a Sinister Minister smash to the noggin with the Loaded Good Book. 5:31

5. Nova; Novocain (Reverse Head Smash) Pin over Psycho Capone. 5:06

6. Cactus Jack won by DQ over Sid Vicious. Downtown Bruno used Pepper Spray on Cactus and on Referee Nick Patrick. Sid beat on the helpless Jack screaming “This is for my buddy Mike Awesome.” Patrick called for the bell. Max Payne came out to help Cactus leave the ring. 12:19

7. Papa Shango pinned Tommy Dreamer after Insaniac the Maniac Threw a Fireball. Papa then poured Voodoo Syrup on Tommy in an attempt to get him to join the Dark Side. Dusty Rhodes helped Beulah McGillicuty with a pail of anti-Voodoo wash to relieve the spell. 10:43
FrankC - May 20, 2011 - 08:58 AM
Post subject: ECW 5-20
ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att:4,264

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette

Joey Styles Interview – KroniK team of Adam Bomb and Crush were being interviewed when Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley ran out and began fighting. KroniK was unprepared for this. Adam Bomb had a table crashed over his back then Crush was double teamed and was thrown through a Nathan’s Hot Dog Cart. This was ugly. Kronik -400 for today’s match.

1. Prince Albert; Train Wreck (Corner Smash) Pin over The Intruder. 4:14

2. Broad St. Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Hitman Tony Stetson) beat Bad St. Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews). Johnny Hotbody over Mathews after Tony Stetson hit Joey with a shovel the head during a distraction. 9:23

3. Damien Kane; Damien DDT Pin over Vic Grimes. 5:29

4. Lance Storm won by Count-Out over Simon Diamond. Diamond chased Tracy Brooks toward the locker area but was intercepted by Prince Albert and Damien Kane in the food court. They tied Simon up and threw him behind the Cotton Candy Machine. 6:46

5. Mikey Whipwreck; Whippersnapper (Diving Jawbreaker) Pin over Stunning Steve Austin after Molly Holly smashed the Gong-Bell to Austin’s face while LSD (Little Spike Dudley) held Jim Cornette. 6:28

6. Louie Spicoli won by DQ over Eddie Gilbert. Kimmona Wannalaya was caught giving Eddie some Brass Nucks. Referee Mike Adamie called for the bell.

7. The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray/D-Von) beat KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush). D-Von pinned Adam Bomb after Bubba Ray slammed the already injured Bomb through the announcer’s table and then threw him back into the ring. 9:17

8. ECW TAG TITLE - The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) (Challengers) beat The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull Stamboli/Vito Lograsso) (Champions). Kronus over Johnny after Sal E. Graziano swung a chain and hit Stamboli by mistake. 13:33 The Eliminators win the ECW Tag Title.
Dave_Barton - May 20, 2011 - 10:58 AM
Post subject: Re: ECW 5-20
FrankC wrote:
The Eliminators win the ECW Tag Title.


I was a huge Eliminators fan. With their combination of Martial Arts & Aerial tactics, often using the same move as each other (simultaneous 450-splashes, for instance), they were just too talented not to enjoy watching them. I was very disappointed when Saturn left for WCW without Kronus.

But hey, they live on in Frank's world! AND they're tag team champions!!
FrankC - May 20, 2011 - 11:21 AM
Post subject: Eliminators
Dave_Barton wrote; I was a huge Eliminators fan. With their combination of Martial Arts & Aerial tactics, often using the same move as each other (simultaneous 450-splashes, for instance), they were just too talented not to enjoy watching them. I was very disappointed when Saturn left for WCW without Kronus.

The Eliminators was a truly underrated team. As you said, they were exciting to watch and so talented that it was almost a shame to see them still in ECW during the Federation's last good days. I am not sure why Kronus didn't go the the WWF but he continued to wrestler as The Eliminator Kronus. Kronus died in 2007.
FrankC - May 21, 2011 - 07:17 AM
Post subject: ECW 5-21
WCW Wrestling – ECW Arena – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,772

Announcers; Joey Styles and Don Callis

1. Rockin Rebel; Rebelizer (Diving Leg Drop) Pin over Skinner after Kenny Casanova kicked Skinner to the groin with a Loaded Boot. 5:34

2. Blue World Order (BWO) (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) and Full Blooded Italians (FBI) (Little Guido/Tony Mariana); Double Count-Out. An OOR Brawl became mayhem throughout the arena. Referee Andrew Thomas couldn’t control the match so he called for the bell. 10:01

3. Tracy Smothers; Jaw Jacker (Diving Elbow) Pin over Van Hammer. 4:56

4. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) beat Harlem Heat (Booker T/ Stevie Ray. Axl; SST (Severe Skull Trauma) over Stevie Ray after Ian hit Stevie over the head with a Blackjack. 11:16

5. Falls Count Anywhere Match – Balz Mahoney pinned Amish Roadkill in the parking lot after Balz leaped from a truck cab onto Roadkill. 19:54

6. Tazz; Tazmission (Bug Hug) Submission over Gangrel. 6:20

7. ECW Heavyweight Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion) pinned Sabu (Challenger) after Bill Alphonso tried to hit Rob with a flash light and missed hitting Sabu instead. 12:24 Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title.
FrankC - May 22, 2011 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: WCCW 5-22
WCCW Wrestling – Summit Arena – Hot Springs, AR Att: 5,744

Announcers; Dan Coates and Frank Dusek


1. Billy Travis; B.T. Express (Flying Clothesline) Pin over Bastian Booger. 4:09

2. Savannah Jack pinned Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe after a Slash with a Foreign Object. Buck was blinded by the blood. 4:26

3. Sam Houston and Steve “Mr. Superb” Doll; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 6:21

4. Brad Armstrong; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Gorgeous Gary Young after Playboy Gary Hart hit Young in the head, by mistake, with a Tire Iron. 7:53

5. Southern Justice (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger) beat The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun). Tex; Inverted DDT Pin over Steve after a Paul Jones Chairshot during a distraction. 11:16

6. One Man Gang pinned Jeep Swenson after Percy Pringle smashed a Chain to Swenson’s Skull. 9:33

7. Jimmy Garvin won by Count-Out over Iceman King Parsons. Precious was constantly interfering and the irritated Iceman chased her back to the locker area. 6:57

8. WCCW TV Title - Cowboy Scott Casey (Challenger); The Bulldog Pin over Al Madril (Champion). 10:50 Cowboy Scott Casey wins the WCCW TV Title.
FrankC - May 23, 2011 - 08:32 AM
Post subject: WCCW 5-23
WCCW Wrestling – Show Me Center – Cape Girardeau, MO Att: 6,968

Announcers; Lance Russell and David Penzer

1. The Punisher pinned Skip Young after Skandor Akbar smashed a bottle of Jack Daniels over Skip’s head. 4:35

2. The High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J. Peterson beat Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato). D.J. Peterson; TNT (Diving Shoulder Block) over Tanaka after Kenny Casanova threw sand to the eyes by mistake. 8:39

3. Bruiser Bedlam won by Count-Out over Cousin Luke during OOR Action. 5:44

4. Randy Rose pinned Primetime Brian Lee after Tammy Lyn Sytch missed with a Gong Bell Smash. She was about to hit Randy when Justin Hawk who was at the announcer’s table ran over and pushed her legs causing the mishap and she hit Lee by mistake. 5:36

5. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) beat The Batten Brothers (Brad/Bart). Anthony; Dirty Double Team Pin over Bart. 9:27

6. Killer Tim Brooks won by Count-Out over Justin Hawk. During OOR Action Primetime Brian Lee came out and was brawling with Justin who failed to make the bell. 5:58

7. Kerry Von Erich pinned Missing Link. During a distraction Skandor Akbar entered the ring to help with a doubleteam but Kerry caught him and Link in a vicious Noggin Knocker. 10:07

8. Texas Title – Plowboy Frazier (Challenger) won by DQ over Dr. Tom Pritchard (Champion). Brother Love hit Plowboy in the head with a Loaded Book of Love Poems but was caught by referee Bronko Lubich. 7:25 Pritchard retains the Texas Title.

Notes; For anyone who doesn't know. The Punisher (Masked and Mean) was Mark Callaway who eventually became The Undertaker. Brett Sawyer also wrestled under name Brett Wayne mainly in the Goergia Florida areas. Bruiser Bedlam was originally Johnny K-9. Primetime Brian Lee later was The Evil Undertaker and then Chainz. Tony Anthony became T.J. Hopper and then Uncle Cletus manager of the Godwinns. Justin Hawk was Bradshaw. Plowboy Frazier was Uncle Elmer. Brother Love is Brian Pritchard the actual brother to Tom Pritchard.
MKABear - May 23, 2011 - 09:00 AM
Post subject:
Here is a little funny I found on the internet.

It is just a joke, and not meant to offend anyone's feelings. Please watch in the intent it was made.


Turn speakers down some - it was recorded very loud (but I am old).


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hr0KrYpcR84&feature=feedlik
FrankC - May 23, 2011 - 10:00 AM
Post subject: Randy
I had the pleasure of seeing Randy at a show in Johnson City, TN in the early 80's. It was a local show with guys who eventually became big. Randy was just changing his name then to Macho. He was a good wrestler but hadn't reached the major main events. The feature match that night was Rick Rood who hadn't changed his name to Rude yet. Others on that card were Tommy Rogers (Fantastic fame), Terry Gibbs (jobber fame), The Zambouie Express, and Leaping Lanny Poffo. It was a show promoted by the Poffo father (Angelo). There was also a wrestler named The Miser who I think was Angelo. He fought Tommy Rogers that night. Rogers was small but was getting a lot of showcasing and to his credit he made the best of it with super leaps and jumps. Savage went up against a forgettable jobber but was showing his new moves and he did a few "ooh-aghs" but not like the later Macho Man. He did his signature top rope corner elbow smash. I never really took to the later version of Savage. I think that early version of Randy ruined it for me. It was far more innocent and logical.
MKABear - May 23, 2011 - 10:20 AM
Post subject:
The Poffos were huge in Southern Illinois and I got to watch Randy Poffo become Macho Randy Savage in the Harrisburg late night wrestling. I don't think it was even studio wrestling, it looked more like a two car garage with a ring. There couldn't have been more than 3 rows of seats for the "crowds".

At that time, the headliner was Leaping Lanny (dad). He was small, but he could whoop the big boys in Southern Illinois. He didn't win so many in St. Louis. Funny how that happens.

I wasn't a Macho Man fan, simply because I rooted against Randy Poffo because he was a face. I did respect his ability to get the crowd going though, and I hate to hear of the loss of any wrestler.
FrankC - May 24, 2011 - 07:39 AM
Post subject: WCCW 5-24
WCCW Wrestling – Chisholm Trail Coliseum – Enid, OK Att: 7,836

Announcers; Marc Lowrence and Gene Goodson

1. Mark Youngblood; Indian Death Lock Submission over Nobleman Joe Turko. 4:34

2. Phil Hickerson pinned Spike Huber. Referee Chad Patton was KO’d so Hickerson took advantage and smashed a chair over Spike’s head. 5:08

3. Angel of Death; Crucifix Pin over Brickhouse Brown. 4:43

4. Rip “Crippler” Oliver pinned Manny “The Bull” Fernandez. Missy Hyatt and Angel of Death were tying Sunshine up with a rope. Manny went after Angel and Hyatt. Missy gave Rip Brass Nucks and he KO’s Manny and threw him back in the ring. 7:41

5. Long Riders (Scott/Bill Irwin) beat The Bruise Brothers (Don/Ron Harris). Ron Harris was Counted Out during an OOR Brawl. 9:25

6. Cactus Jack pinned Kendall Windham while Skandor Akbar held the Ropes for Leverage. 7:58

7. Lord Humongous pinne tugboat Thomas after Downtown Bruno hit Tugboat in the knee with a Crow Bar. 9:29

8. Dingo warrior won by DQ over Crusher Yurkoff. Gary Hart got angry and slugged referee Chad Patton. 10:57
FrankC - May 25, 2011 - 07:19 AM
Post subject: WCCW 5-25
WCCW Wrestling – Crossroads Arena – Corinth, MS Att:5,912

Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Steve Harmes

1. Koko B. Ware; Flying Dropkick Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette. 4:39

2. Hercules Hernandez and Johnny Mantel; Time Limit Draw. Jeff Jarrett, in Mantels corner to offset Brother Love, stopped several pins. Brother Love is protesting the result. 10:00

3. Great Kabuki; Green Mist and then Thrust Kick Pin over a helpless Steve Cox. 4:06 The fans like Steve and were chanting his catch phrase, "Do It To It."

4. Jeff Jarrett pinned The Bezerker. A Reverse Chairshot resulted in a Dropkick Chairshot. 9:36

5. Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey/Bobby Eaton) and The Von Erichs (Lance/Kevin); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 8:52

6. Nature Boy Buddy Landel; Corkscrew Elbow Drop Pin over Eric Embry after a Dawn Marie Vicious Eye Scratch to Eric. 5:61

7. Al Perez won by Count-Out over Billy Jack. Skandor Akbar hit Billy with a Blackjack during OOR Action and Bill couldn’t make the count. 9:40

8. WCCW Tag Title – The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers) (Challengers) beat Coast Connection (John Tatum/Jack Victory) (Champions). Tommy Rogers over Jack Victory after Brass Nucks handed to Victory by Missy Hyatt were intercepted by Fulton who used them for a KO so Rogers made the pin. 11:14 The Fantastics win the WCCW Tag Title
FrankC - May 26, 2011 - 07:35 AM
Post subject: WCCW 5-26
WCCW Wrestling – Ector County Coliseum – Odessa, TX Att: 9,986

Announcers; Bill Mercer and Betty Ann Stout

1. Norvell Austin pinned Johnny Rodz using Rodz’s Foreign Object. 4:46

2. Moondog Ed Moretti; Gourd Buster Pin over Jimmy Jack Funk. 5:28

3. Kamala; Slap Belly Spash Pin over Terry Sims. 3:24

4. Teijo Kahn and The Patriot; Time Limit Draw. Paul Jones was constantly interfering. 10:00

5. The Youngbloods (Chris/Mark) beat The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts). Roberts was Counted-Out during an OOR Brawl. 8:45

6. Brian Adidas pinned Terry Gordy. The Freebirds were interfering so Chris Adams at the annoncer’;s table came over and tripped Gordy. 7:22

7. Chris Adams won by DQ over Gino Hernandez. Gino was caught, by referee Ralph Pulley, with a Foreign Object. 9:37

8. WCCW Heavyweight Title – David Von Erich (Champion) pinned Jake “Snake” Roberts (Challenger). Baby Doll threw powder but it hit Jake in the eyes by mistake. 10:59 Davis Von Erich retains the WCCW Heavyweight Title.
FrankC - May 27, 2011 - 08:15 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-27
NWF International – Sky Dome Arena – Coventry, Eng. Att; 2,998

Announcers; Ken Walton and Ironman Reggie Parks


1. Butcher Vachon and Terrible Terry Gibbs; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 6:22

2. Highlander Drew McDonald; Celtic Crusher (Sit Out Jawbreaker) Pin over Rugged Reno Riggins. 2:56

3. Skull Murphy; Flying Head Butt Pin over Jamming Joe Mirto. 7:15

4. Soldat Gorky pinned Tommy “Jumbo” Tsuruta after Nikita Breznikov smashed a flag pole to Tommy’s skull. 6:41

5. The Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs) beat The Conquistadors. Timbs pinned Conquistadoe #1 while Embry Held the Ropes for Leverage. 9:09

6. Frank “Chic” Cullen pinned Exotic Adrian Street. Miss Linda hit Adrian in the eyes with Pepper Spray by mistake. 8:38

7. Billy Robinson pinned Kendo Nagasaki (UK) with a Reverse Chairshot. Robinson took the chair from George Gillette who was trying to crown Billy. 8:31
FrankC - May 28, 2011 - 08:39 AM
Post subject: NWA-I 5-28
NWF International – Royal Albert Hall – London, Eng. Att: 5,124

Announcers; Ken Walton and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo


1. Vic Faulkner won by Count-Out over Leatherface who got angry, left the ring and went to the locker area. 5:13

2. Giant Haystacks; Elbow Drop Pin over Bullman Downs. 3:52

3. Mighty Chang and Stan Vachon; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 6:19

4. Otto Wanz; Big Otto Splash Pin over Dirty Danny Collins. Dudley Gillingham ripped the cover off the turnbuckle for Danny to use but Otto used it first to smash Collin’s head. 5:36

5. Latin Lovers (Roberto/Manuel Soto) won by DQ over Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) after Jim Cornette jumped on referee Dick Woerhle to prevent Valentine from being pinned. 9:54

6. RollerBall Rocco pinned Dave “Fit” Finley after Dudley Gillingham gave Rocco Brass Nucks. 8:21

7. NWF International Title – Mighty John Quinn pinned Tony St.Clair. While referee Dick Woerkle was KO’d Lord Alfred Hayes hit Tony in the skull with a Vicious Chairshot. Mighty John Quinn wins the NWF International Title.
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FrankC - May 29, 2011 - 08:51 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-29
NWF Wrestling – Lion’s Den – Middletown, CT Att: 2,074

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Killer Karl Kox


1. Ken Patura won by Count-Out over Dangerous Duane Gill. Sheik Adnan El Kassie held Gill outside the ring during the count. 4:25

2. Hillbilly Jim won by DQ over Macho Man Goldie Rogers. Goldie attacked referee Andy DePaul. 3:41

3. Dino Bravo pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio after Jimmy Hart hit Johnny with the Megaphone. 6:48

4. B. Brain Blair; Sleeperhold Submission over Big Bully Busick. 4:05

5. Maddog Vachon; Piledriver Pin over Baron Mikel Scicluna after biting Scicluna several times on the arms and legs. 8:31

6. Dr. D. David Shultz and Gino Brito; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action, Sky Low Low and Little Beaver jumped on Shultz. Killer Karl Kox held Gino from getting back in the ring. 7:35

7. U.S. Express (Barry Windham/Mike Rotundo) and Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake); Time Limit Draw. 15:00
dglass1 - May 29, 2011 - 09:04 AM
Post subject: RE: NWF 5-29
Frank -- I notice that for the last month or so you have been including the times your matches end. How do you determine this (another of your famous home-brewed charts?)? Thanks --still enjoying your write-ups after about a whole year of postings. Keep them coming! Dan
FrankC - May 29, 2011 - 01:40 PM
Post subject: Timing a match
dglass1 wrote; Frank -- I notice that for the last month or so you have been including the times your matches end. How do you determine this?

For the most part it is done by the dice and once in a while I will add or subtract a minute or two. Keep in mind that a large arena wrestling show that lasts about 2 hour or slightly more has about 50-60 minutes of wrestling. A small show has about 40-50. The rest of the time is promotional. It can take forever when a wrestler is announced for the match to start. That being the case we can figure that the average match will last for 7.5 minutes. I have jobbers who seldom win and mid-carders who will win every so often against other mid-carders and by Count-Outs over a front liner.

The timing of a Jobber vs Main-liner or Mid-Carder match - I roll a 10 sided and 2 6 sided of different color. The 10 sided is minutes and the red 6 and while are seconds. so a 6 on the 10 sided an a 4 on the red and a 5 on the white is 6:45. For a jobber If the minute nimber is 1-4 I let the number stand. If it is 5-10 (0) then I cut the minute in half rounding up. So if I get a 5:45 I would change it to 3:45. The same would apply to 6:45. It would also be changed to 3:45.

The timing of a Mid-Carder vs Main Liner match - Same dice roll except that 1-3 I add 3 minutes, 4-5 I add 2 minutes, 6- 7 I let stand, 8-10 I deduct 2.

For all other matches. If the minute is 1-4 I add 6 minutes, 5-7 I double the minute, 8-10 is the same. All Main Events I add 7 minutes to the dice roll.

It sounds complicated but it really isn't.
FrankC - May 30, 2011 - 07:39 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-30
NWF Wrestling – Toyota Center – York, PA Att: 3,218

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Angelo Savoldi


1. Steve “Brooklyn Brawler” Lombardi pinned Mainiac Robbie Ellis using the Ropes for Leverage. 4:52

2. Randy “Bounty” Hunter won by Count-Out over King Kong Bundy. Bundy was arguing with Angelo Savoldi, outside the ring, and failed to make the bell. 3:12

3. Jean Pierre Lafitte and Duke of Dorchester; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 7:01

4. Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Killer Joe Abby) beat High Flyers (Greg gagne/Jumping Jim Brunzell). Killer Abby pinned Greg after King Kong Bundy, at ringside, blindsided Gagne with a vicious clothesline then threw him into the ring. 7:58

5. Maniac Matt Bourne and Charlie Fulton; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl that took them up the aisle and into the lobby. Referee Izzy Moidel had called for the bell long before this ended. 8:16

6. Iron Sheik pinned Corporal Kirshner after digging his fingers into Kirshner eyes and then smashing him to the jaw with a Hidden Foreign Object. 9:21

7. Bob Backlund pinned Mongolian Stomper. Backlund reverse a steel step smash, during OOR Action. He then threw Oliver Humperdink into the TV Crew and the dazed Stomper back into the ring. 11:04
dglass1 - May 30, 2011 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: RE: Timing a match
Thanks Frank. An elegant solution to timing matches. Dan
FrankC - May 31, 2011 - 07:41 AM
Post subject: NWF 5-31
NWF Wrestling – Minot Municipal Auditorium – Minot, ND Att: 4,838

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Dick the Bruiser


1. Rocky Johnson; Rapid Fire Dropkicks over Friar Ferguson. 4:52

2. Rowdy Roddy Piper; Figure Four Submission over Bob “The Cat” Bradley. 3:28

3. Adrian Adonis pinned Wildman Sal Bellomo after smashing him with a Biker’s Chain. 4:34

4. Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Mr. Saito) beat Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Mr. Fuji pinned Jim Powers after Mr. Saito threw salt into Jim’s Eyes. 8:14

5. Ivan Koloff; Russian Sickle Pin over RPM Tommy Lane. 5:05

6. Big John Studd won by Count-Out over Dutch Savage. During OOR Action, Dutch pushed Jimmy Valiant who was at ringside for an interview. Boogie Man then hit Savage with a Flying Elbow. A dazed Dutch couldn’t make the count. 10:12

7. Non-Title Match (Intercontinental) – Pretty Boy Larry Sharp grabbed the microphone; “I have had an Intercontinental Belt made. When I beat Boogie Man tonight I will strap on the belt while all you mothers and sons cry your eyes out. Valiant’s time is over. Make way for Pretty Boy.” Jimmy then came out to his music and boogied down the aisle. The North Dakota fans were on their feet chanting "Boogie is the Man.”

Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant won by DQ over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. Dutch Savage came to ringside and used the fake Intercontinental Belt to crown Jimmy and then jumped in the ring for a vicious doubleteam. Referee Mike Sparks called for the bell. John Studd ran out and broke up the brawl.

Playboy Larry Sharp announced after the match that he didn’t consider this over. He has formed a team to meet Boogie and whoever Boogie chooses. Sharp announced his new partner as none other than Dutch Savage. They will be known as The Savage Pretty Boys.

Jimmy Valiant was quick to respond. He announced that he would accept Sharp’s challenge and that his partner would be Big John Studd. Jimmy’s team will be known as The Boogie Studds.

Stay Tuned. This is a long way from over.
FrankC - Jun 01, 2011 - 07:09 AM
Post subject: NWF 6-1
NWF Wrestling – Main St Arena – Salisbury, MD Att: 3,912

Announcers; Bruno Sammartino and Sandy Scott

1. Playboy Buddy Rose; Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) over Super Mario Mancini. 3:54

2. Baron Von Raschke pinned Rusty Brooks after reversing a can of Black Flag spray to the eyes. 5:44

3. Tito Santana and Tiger Chung Lee; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

4. British Bulldogs (Davy Boy Smith/Dyamite Kid) beat Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Dynamite Kid; Swan Dive Headbutt Pin over Rex. 10:25

5. Larry Zbyszko won by Count-Out over Tony Garea. During OOR Action, Jim Cornette hit Tony over the skull with the tennis racket. Tony failed to make the count. 8:08

6. Nickoli Volkoff pinned Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell. Sheik Adnan El Kassie accidentally tripped Blackwell into the pin. 8:35

7. George “Animal” Steel, now hearing cheers and escorted by his new body guards; Jack Britton’s Midgets, Lord Littlebrook, Mighty Fritz and Little Tokyo pinned Dirty Dutch Mantel. “Animal” was biting Dutch during a distraction while Mighty Fritz and Little Tokyo got “Shoo Baby” (Dutch’s whip) and used it on Mantel. The pin was a welcome relief for Dirty Dutch who was covered with welts. He is protesting the match. 6:13
MKABear - Jun 01, 2011 - 11:43 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 5-31
FrankC wrote:
NWF Wrestling – Minot Municipal Auditorium – Minot, ND Att: 4,838

7. Non-Title Match (Intercontinental) – Pretty Boy Larry Sharp grabbed the microphone; “I have had an Intercontinental Belt made. When I beat Boogie Man tonight I will strap on the belt while all you mothers and sons cry your eyes out. Valiant’s time is over. Make way for Pretty Boy.” Jimmy then came out to his music and boogied down the aisle. The North Dakota fans were on their feet chanting "Boogie is the Man.”

Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant won by DQ over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. Dutch Savage came to ringside and used the fake Intercontinental Belt to crown Jimmy and then jumped in the ring for a vicious doubleteam. Referee Mike Sparks called for the bell. John Studd ran out and broke up the brawl.

Playboy Larry Sharp announced after the match that he didn’t consider this over. He has formed a team to meet Boogie and whoever Boogie chooses. Sharp announced his new partner as none other than Dutch Savage. They will be known as The Savage Pretty Boys.

Jimmy Valiant was quick to respond. He announced that he would accept Sharp’s challenge and that his partner would be Big John Studd. Jimmy’s team will be known as The Boogie Studds.

Stay Tuned. This is a long way from over.



The Boogie Woogie Man responds - Whoo baby. When you try to open a can of whoop-a$$ on the Boogie Woogie Man, you better be sure that can is full, because the worst thing you can do is hit me with half a can of Whoop a$$. Larry Sharp you will get what is coming to you many times over, but I really kind of feel sorry for Dutch Savage. He stuck his nose where it didn't belong and now the Boogie Studds will have to teach him a lesson he won't soon forget. When we give a lesson, it is accredited by the School of Hard Knocks, and sonny, you have a hard knock coming!

Sandy you may make an commentator yet, because you finally got something right. THIS IS A LONG WAY FROM OVER!
FrankC - Jun 02, 2011 - 06:40 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-2
SWF Wrestling – Staunton CC – Staunton, VA Att: 1,494

Announcers; Slim Zimbleman and Joe Munick

1. Rip Morgan; Smash with Canteen Pin over Bulldog Brian Costello. 2:31 (As a Mercenary, Rip is never without his Loaded Canteen.

2. Terry Taylor; Sharpshooter Submission over Taras Bulba. 4:45

3. Krusher Khrushev; The Crowbar (Single Leg Boston Crab) Submission over Beautiful Bruce Swayze. 3:42

4. Butcher Brannigan won by Count-Out over Sodbuster Kenny Jay. During OOR Action Kenny failed to make the Count after Roger Kirby tripped him. 5:23

5. The Jivetones (Tiger Conway Jr/Pistol Pez Whatley) beat Dangerous Assignment (“The Judge” John Furr/Dirty Don Serrano). Tiger Conway Jr pinned The Judge. 7:14

6. Jos LeDuc pinned “Nature Boy” Roger Kirby. During OOR Action Kirby got a plastic mustard container and tried to squirt mustard in LeDuc’s eye. LeDuc reversed the move then threw the blinded Kirby into the ring. 6:35

7. Bugsy McGraw won by DQ over Abdullah the Butcher. Abdullah had a screwdriver as a weapon and referee Henry Van Loom called for the bell. Percy Pringle protested that the screwdriver was a regular and not a Phillip’s Head and Abdullah was trying to repair the loose corner post. 10:23
FrankC - Jun 03, 2011 - 08:24 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-3
SWF Wrestling – Tuck Swanger’s Boys and Girls Club – Caffney, SC Att: 1,396

TV Announcers; Leo Voss and Eddie Graham


Blackjack Slade came to the ring and took the microphone from ring announcer Cal Peddistone. “This is a disgrace sending a champion like me to this Pig Hollow of a place.” Lot of boos from the fans and cups being thrown. “Look at yourselves. You are in bib overalls and probably just came from slopping the pigs. I should be getting respect and all I get is people from this dump who only have to brush one tooth because that’s all they have. Tonight will be my night. I am on my way to the title. Tonight you will see why I am the Blackjack and Mulligan is the fake.” Slade threw the microphone at Cal Peddistone and left to a loud chorus of jeering.


1. Tank Patton; Super Tanker (Splash) Pin over Frankie Williams. 3:09

2. Rugged Ronnie Garvin; Hands of Stone Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 4.56

3. The Spoiler; Iron Claw Submission over Nobleman Joe Turko. 3:43

4. State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright/Sgt Buddy Lee Parker) won by DQ over The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Grabmire was handing Cowboy parker a roll of quarters and the roll fell breaking open, quarters rolling everywhere. Referee Jack Mason called for the bell. 8:53 The quarters were swept out of the ring but it almost caused a riot as the fans, mostly kids, rand screaming and pushing to retrieve the coins.

5. Hacksaw Jim Duggan won by DQ over Bodyguard Don Bass. Bass was caught with a Sharp Object. 5:12

6. Dirty Dick Slater pinned Leaping Lanny Poffo using the Ropes for Leverage. 6:13

7. Nebraska Bull Rope Match – Blackjack Mulligan beat Blackjack Slade. Mulligan dragged Slade around the ring using the rope and then beat his head into the post until Slade was unconscious. Mulligan then pinned him. The State Patrol (Lt James Earl Wright and Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) came out and slipped some bib overalls onto the unconscious Slade. 9:14
MKABear - Jun 03, 2011 - 10:40 AM
Post subject: Re: SWF 6-3
FrankC wrote:
SWF Wrestling – Tuck Swanger’s Boys and Girls Club – Caffney, SC Att: 1,396

TV Announcers; Leo Voss and Eddie Graham


Blackjack Slade came to the ring and took the microphone from ring announcer Cal Peddistone. “This is a disgrace sending a champion like me to this Pig Hollow of a place.” Lot of boos from the fans and cups being thrown. “Look at yourselves. You are in bib overalls and probably just came from slopping the pigs. I should be getting respect and all I get is people from this dump who only have to brush one tooth because that’s all they have. Tonight will be my night. I am on my way to the title. Tonight you will see why I am the Blackjack and Mulligan is the fake.” Slade threw the microphone at Cal Peddistone and left to a loud chorus of jeering.

7. Nebraska Bull Rope Match – Blackjack Mulligan beat Blackjack Slade. Mulligan dragged Slade around the ring using the rope and then beat his head into the post until Slade was unconscious. Mulligan then pinned him. The State Patrol (Lt James Earl Wright and Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) came out and slipped some bib overalls onto the unconscious Slade. 9:14


It is just that kind of treatment of the local fans that would have endeared me to Blackjack Slade. I just love the bad guys. Anyone who can say what they want without fear is just cool.

But I did see that Mulligan and the fans got the last laugh. I like that kind of Karma also.

Once again - GREAT SHOW Frank! (sound like a broke record with your shows)
MKABear - Jun 03, 2011 - 10:41 AM
Post subject: RE: Re: SWF 6-3
Wrestling, properly written, is the best Soap Opera TV ever invented (except for maybe the Heyday of Roller Derby)

And Frank, you do it right!!!


Thanks for the daily entertainment.
FrankC - Jun 03, 2011 - 02:57 PM
Post subject: Slade
MKABear wrote; It is just that kind of treatment of the local fans that would have endeared me to Blackjack Slade. I just love the bad guys.

Blackjack Slade was an interesting well traveled wrestler. He was never in the league of The other two Blackjacks; Mulligan and Lanza and he used it to his advantage by claiming he was #1. It worked well at small Southern or S/W shows. At the major arena cards he was a mid-carder and eventually a jobber. Slade at 270 LBS was force to be looked at and his big mouth made him a draw at local Community Centers or High Schools. He was bold and he could scare youngsters. While Mulligan and Lanza never filled in the nickname Blackjack, Slade used the name in association with the card game and claimed he was from Reno, Nevada. Slade was born in 1938 so by the early to mid-80's he was 45 and it was easier to job. Slade's biggest matches came in the 1970-75 era and he is one of the wrestlers in that set offered by Jeff.
FrankC - Jun 04, 2011 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-4
SWF Wrestling – Valdosta Arts Center – Valdosta, GA Att: 1,588

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and King Louie Tillet


“The Roads to Glory” – Stan Rhodes Interviews – Stan was interviewing an irritated Bobby Duncum who feels he gets no respect from Stan. After several minutes, Bobby shoved Stan. Lonnie “Moondog” Mayne ran over to help Rhodes but was blindsided by Paul Jones with Brass Nucks to the temple. Duncum and Jones spit on Mayne and then left. Duncum screamed at the fans “You can have that beaten dog.” The angry fans threw paper cups and even food at Duncum and Jones. Mayne is -200 for his match against Colonel DeBeers today.


1. King Curtis Iaukea pinned Rugged Ron Ritchie after rubbing foot ointment in his eyes. 2:10

2. Crusher Verdu pinned Ninja Lee “Cat” Wong. Wong leaped from the top ropes but the canvas was all he found. 3:54

3. The Zambaui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem) beat the Wolfpack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe). Kareem; Zamboui Splash Pin over Dusty. 5:41

4. Kendo Nagasaki; Samauri Nerve Hold Submission over Wildman Mike Boyette. 5:32

5. Beautiful Beauregarde; The Thumb Submission over Sgt. Frank Holz. 6:59

6. Bobby Duncum pinned Junkyard Dog. Paul Jones got a Rusty Tire Iron from JYD’s Junk cart and used it to KO the Dog. 10:31

7. Colonel DeBeers won by Count-Out over Lonnie “Moondog” Mayne. During OOR Action, Mayne spotted Paul Jones, took a rusty bicycle rim from JYD’s cart that was still at ringside and chased Jones around the arena. 7:57
FrankC - Jun 05, 2011 - 07:46 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-5
SWF Wrestling – Lincoln Center - Tallahassee, FL Att; 3,722

Announcers; Buddy Colt and Professor Dale Lewis (Dr. Blood)


1. Maya Singh pinned L.D. Lewis after repeatedly biting him in the arm and face while Lock distracted referee John Benello. Luna Vachon applied a wicked Crotch Claw. 3:51

2. Masked Superstar pinned Tough Tony DiPaulo. Paul Jones gave Superstar Brass Nucks. On thrust to the chest and DiPaulo was out like a light. 5:12

3. The Devil’s Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) beat The Mulkey’s (Bill/Randy). Sword over Randy; Double DDT Pin. 6:55

4. Norman the Lunatic won by Count-Out over Bunkhouse Buck. During OOR Action Buck and his manager Colonel Parker got in an argument with Buddy Colt and Professor Dale Lewis. Buck missed the count and referee John Benello called for the bell. 4:13

5. Dick Murdock pinned Big Bill Dromo. Paul Jones sprayed 3 in One oil into Dromo’s eyes. 6:41

6. Don Muraco pinned Mr. Pogo. Mr. Pogo was conferring with his manager Izzy Slapowitz and Muraco rolled Pogo up. 10:12

7. Ox Baker pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong after a DDT onto a folded metal chair that Oliver Humperdink slipped into the ring. 9:42
FrankC - Jun 06, 2011 - 07:33 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-6
SWF Wrestling “Don’t Tread on Me” – The Field next to Goober’s Tire – Spencer, TN Att: 442

Announcers; Rich Landrum and Cowboy Bob Ellis

Guest Ring Announcer; Lonnie Wirepuller (Town Selectman)



Wecome fans to our fabulous wrestling show Sponsored, as always, by Goobers Tire where the motto is “Don’t Tread on Us.” You all know me, my name is Lonnie Wirepuller, the “People’s Choice” Selectman who never mixes business with the job of the people. We have a great show as always. The buffet set up at the far side in the open air tent is for the kind folks who bought a set of tires at Goober’s this past two months. I want to remind everyone about the ½ price sale on grain and mash at my brother Ronnie’s Feed Store. Also Thaddeus Pullet wants to announce that he recovered almost all of his chickens that wandered off when the gate somehow got open. About a dozen are still unaccounted. The Good Reverend Calvin Vespers wants to announce a buffet after the service on Sunday. The feature will be fried chicken that was donated by our own Spencer Boy Scouts. They worked up in Greeley to clean the swamp and were given the chickens. It served as their Community Service. It is odd that no one in Greeley has been kind enough to call and thank us and when we see the swamp from the road, the area they cleaned must be hidden by the overgrowth. My own boy Abner is a member of the Scout Troop. As you can see the acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree. I am very proud of him.

Big Bad John and Hustler Rip Rogers were standing by the buffet tables looking them over. Lonnie Wirepuller yelled for them to leave the buffet alone. Big Bad John stuffed a cupcake in his mouth. Hustler Rip Rogers took a scoop of potato salad with his hand and started eating it. The Spencer Sheriff, Earlee Knight, and his deputy, Melroy Trueman, started walking over toward the intruders. Big Bad John grabbed a few more cupcakes as did Hustler Rip Rogers. As they left each kicked a table leg. Two tables with pies and salads fell like a slide and the food slipped on down to the ground. The fans were silent in shock
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1. Stan Lane; Myawashi Leg Kick Pin over Wolfman Smith. 3:39

2. Jerry Brisco; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Pancho Villa Valdez. 4:45

3. Billy Travis; BT Express (Flying Clothesline) Pin over Maniac Mike Conrad. 5:18

4. Cross Bronx Express (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada) won by Count-Out over The Nightmares (Danny davis and Ken Wayne. During OOR Brawl, Davis failed to make the bell. 8:07

5. Hustler Rip Rogers and King Tonga; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. Rogers was trying to get to what was left of the food and Tonga was trying to hold him back. 4:14

6. Great Mephisto came down the aisle waving his arms and carrying on as usual. Shelena, his Valet, displayed a big Arabian knife. Ma Perkins stood up and yelled “You’re scaring the children. You’re scaring the children.” I am not sure but I thought I saw a snicker of a smile on Mephisto’s face.

Great Mephisto pinned Mike Graham after Shelina Threw a Fireball. 8:54

7. Magnum T.A. Pinned Big Bad John. Hustler Rip Rogers, at ringside, used John’s metal helmet to try and smash Magnum but missed and hit John. 10:25



Big Bad John and Hustler Rip Rogers got into a shoving match that resulted in a Brawl. They were outside the ring fighting and it took them over to food tent slugging each other each other all the way. Then both stopped looked at the crowd, gave them the finger, took some sandwiches and kicked the legs of the remaining tables before running out.
indianaice - Jun 07, 2011 - 01:29 AM
Post subject:
OMG that was the most hilarious of all the shows in Spencer, TN. Honestly, that last show combined the very best of Wide World of Sports with Hee Haw and Junior Samples was the main attraction!

I wish wrestling was like that. It was long time ago. Today it's not fun anymore.

Dammmittttt, Rip, I wanted that chocolate cupcake. You took the last one you oinker.....geez! What a moron!

Edward R. "Homer" Meek
FrankC - Jun 07, 2011 - 08:21 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-7
SWF Wrestling – Baker Box Arena – Paducha, KY Att: 3,108

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Bob Dalton


Jess’ Deep South Interviews – McGrath was presenting Tommy Rich with a popularity and fair play award from the town of Paducha. Crazy Luke Graham with Colonel Parker came out screaming. “I want that award. I deserve that award. Paducha!! It rhymes with vomit. What you find under a horse’s tail is Paducha.” The fans were hissing and booing. Luke picked up a chair and was lunging toward Jess McGrath. Tommy Rich grabbed the chair and instinctively smashed it over Luke’s head. Graham fell to the floor. Colonel Parker ran over and took the microphone. “Lawsuit, this will be a big Lawsuit against McGrath, Rich and Paducha.” Graham continued to lay shaking on the floor. Colonel Parker paid little attention. “Lawsuit!!” Crazy Luke Graham is -300 for today’s match.


1. The Dream pinned The Wilmington Whipper Miguel Feliciano after a Luna Vachon Crotch Claw while Lock distracted referee Patty Grimes. 2:39

2. Black Magic Norman Smiley won by DQ over Seigfried Stanke after Izzy Slapowitz Threw a Fireball and referee Patty Grimes caught him. 3:48

3. Maddog Buzz Sawyer; Power Slam Pin over Rugged Reno Riggins. 4:54

4. Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger) beat Double XX (Mr X 1 and 2). Ken pinned Mr X #1 after Jim Smashed him with a Biker Chain. 7:25

5. Boris Zukov; Flying Headbutt pin over Bob Orton Jr. after Nikita Bresnikov threw Salt to the Eyes. 8:42

6. Crazy Luke Graham and White Lightening Tim Horner; Double Count-Out. Luke collapsed outside the ring and Colonel parker held Horner during the count. 8:47

7. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich; Sitout Suplex Slam Pin over Dr. Jerry Brown. 9:52
MKABear - Jun 07, 2011 - 09:19 AM
Post subject: Re: SWF 6-6
FrankC wrote:
SWF Wrestling “Don’t Tread on Me” – The Field next to Goober’s Tire – Spencer, TN Att: 442

Announcers; Rich Landrum and Cowboy Bob Ellis

Guest Ring Announcer; Lonnie Wirepuller (Town Selectman)



[i]Wecome fans to our fabulous wrestling show Sponsored, as always, by Goobers Tire where the motto is “Don’t Tread on Us.” You all know me, my name is Lonnie Wirepuller, the “People’s Choice” Selectman who never mixes business with the job of the people. We have a great show as always. The buffet set up at the far side in the open air tent is for the kind folks who bought a set of tires at Goober’s this past two months.



Awwwwh crap! If Ida known Goober was gonna have a free buffet, I would have retired last month!!!
FrankC - Jun 08, 2011 - 06:22 AM
Post subject: ECW 6-8
ECW Wrestling – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,288

Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Joel Gertner


1. E. Z. Money and Battle Cat; Double Count Out. OOR Brawl went up the aisles and out the doors. 6:21

2. Rockin Rebel won by Count-Out over Van Hammer. Mr. Hughes and 911 interferred during OOR Action and DDT’d him on the concrete. Hammer couldn’t return to the ring. 3:52

3. The Intruder won by DQ over Crowbar (Devon Storm). Crowbar got frustrated and slugged referee Mike Adamie. 4:35

4. Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray) beat Boogie Knights (Disco Inferno/Salvatore Sincere). Booker T pinned Sal Sincere after Sensational Sherri threw Booker Brass Nucks. 10:24

5. Danny Doring pinned Mr. Hughes. Angelica (Lita) clocked Mr. Hughes with a microphone as Hughes was about to use a chair on Doring. 8:48

6. Rhyno pinned 911. Rhyno took a chair from Paul Hayman and used it to smash over 911’s skull. 7:22

7. ECW TV Title – Al Snow (Champion); Snow Plow (Brainbuster) Pin over Big Dick Dudley. Joel Gertner swung his Loaded Neck Brace but missed hitting Dick by mistake. Al Snow retains the ECW TV Title. 9:26
FrankC - Jun 09, 2011 - 06:06 AM
Post subject: ECW 6-9
ECW Wrestling – Ocean City Convention Center – Ocean City, MD Att: 3,974

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette



1. Sal E. Graziano; Ba Da Bing Ba Da Boom Bonsai Drop Pin over Randy “Bounty” Hunter. 2:41

2. Kid Kash pinned Tony DeVito. Kash hit Tony in the skull with a Monkey Wrench while Kenny Casanova distracted referee Danny Davis. 4:36

3. Chris Cheti won by Count-Out over D.C. Drake. During OOR Action Cheti threw Drake into the TV Crew and Drake was cut by a broken TV screen. Insaniac the Maniac chose to leave ringside with a bleeding D.C. 7:17

4. B.W.O. – Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) beat F.B.I. – Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mariana). Blue Meanie pinned Little Guido after Sal E. Graziano missed with a bottle and smashed Guido by mistake. 9:30

5. Tommy Cairo won by DQ over Dudley Dudley after Joel Gertner jumped on referee Danny Davis to prevent the count. 8:28

6. The Mamalukes (Johnny “The Bull Stamboli/Big Vito Lograsso) beat Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge/Rocco Rock). Vito pinned Rocco after a vicious chairshot by Sal E. Graziano. 10:52

7. Tazz won by DQ over Stunning Steve Austin. Jim Cornette hit referee Danny Davis with a Tennis Racket while swinging at Tazz. 10:14



Post Event Notes – Referee Danny Davis had a rough night trying to keep track of the action. He took a few whacks in the process. It is not that Danny will get any sympathy. He is the same Dangerous Danny Davis who took bribes in the WWF and has been suspended. Bodyguard Sal E. Graziano was busy tonight too. He was in action and then covered the backs for the F.B.I. and The Mamalukes. The 600 lb bodyguard is a force at ringside.
FrankC - Jun 10, 2011 - 06:35 AM
Post subject: ECW 6-10
ECW Wrestling – Island Garden – W. Hempstead, NY Att; 3,192

Announcers; Kevin Sullivan and Paul Hayman


1. J.T. Smith; Moonsault Pin after Victoriamiss with a microphone and hit Johnny by mistake. 5:42

2. Broad St. Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Hitman Tony Stetson) beat Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul). Johnny Hotbody pinned Ricky Rice while Tony Stetson was Holding the Ropes for Leverage. 7:08

3. Larry Winters and Chris Hamrick; Double Count-Out. An OOR Brawl ended up out the doors and into the parking lot. 8:23

4. Angel and Hugh Murrus; Double Count-Out. OOR Brawl up the aisles and into the food court. Mustard, Relish, Onions and even Slurppees all over the place. 8:56

5. The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike) beat the Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed). Wolfe pinned Mustafa Saed after Lisa Moretti (Ivory) crowned Saed with a Gong-Bell. 9:07

6. TABLE MATCH – Steve Corino crashed through 7 tables and pinned Sabu after Prodgette smashed a lead pipe to Sabu’s skull. 12:36

7. ECW HARDCOE MATCH – Damien Kane (Challenger) pinned Terry Funk (Champion). Insaniac the Maniac Threw a Fireball blinding Terry while Kevin Sullivan was distracting referee Andrew Thomas. Damien smashed Terry’s head into the Barbed Corner Post and the used the Damien DDT. 14:12 Damien Kane wins the ECW Hardcore Title.
FrankC - Jun 11, 2011 - 07:24 AM
Post subject: ECW 6-11
ECW Wrestling – Woodbridge CC – Woodbridge, NJ Att; 1,986

Announcers; Don “Cyrus” Callis and Madusa Miceli


1. Gangrel; Impaller DDT Pin over Barry Horowitz. 5:23

2. Headhunters (A & B) beat bad St. Boys (Joey Mathews/Chris York). Headhunter A over Chris York after Insaniac the Maniac Threw a Fireball. 8:45

3. Louie Spicoli; Reverse Chairshot Pin over Amish Roadkill. 5:49

4. Justin Credible pinned Simon Diamond after Dawn Marie handed Justin a Kendo Stick for the smash to the head and body. 7:22

5. C.W. Anderson; Double Piledriver Pin over Balz Mahoney after Sinister Minister instructed Amish Roadkill to help Anderson while referee Bill Alphonso was distracted. 6:46

6. The Franchise Shane Douglas pinned Jerry Lynn after Francine sprayed mace to Jerry’s eyes. 8:49

7. Grudge Match – Falls Count Anywhere – This match is a result of last month’s controversial FCA match between Max Payne and Mike Awesome. Awesome was thrown over the balcony when a Cactus Jack look-a-like, posing as a female fan, helped Max. Cactus has denied this. He said that it could have been his sister who hadn’t shaved in a while. Mike Awesome wanted revenge and picked Psycho Sid Vicious to team with him against Max and Cactus. Max picked another Falls Counts Anywhere match.


Result – Max Payne/Cactus Jack beat Mike Awesome/Sid Vicious. Cactus over Awesome after throwing him through the Ticket Booth and breaking down all the walls. 14:23
FrankC - Jun 14, 2011 - 09:20 AM
Post subject: 6-12, 6-13, 6-14 wrestling shows
Here are the past 3 cards of wrestling. I think these are the ones that were not posted. Thank You to Jeff for getting the site back up and running so quickly. I am considering making a wrestler named The Filthy McNasty Scammer who is a jobber so all the wrestlers can beat upon him. Thank You for reading the write ups. Anything I contribute in writing is matched by your reading. If anyone has a question about certain wrestlers I will be glad to answer. I know that some grapplers have had as many as 10 name changes in their career and have bounced from heel to face and back to heel on many occasions.


ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att: 4,162

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jim Cornette


Joey Styles Interview WPIX-TV Channel 61 – Joey was about to interview Tommy Dreamer when Eddie Gilbert and Kimona Wannalaya came on the scene. Eddie got into Joey’s face but not for long as Dreamer picked up a chair. Beulah McGillicuty then pointed Mace at Kimona. Eddie and Kimona took the best avenue out. They walked away. Kimona grabbed the can of Mace on the way out. +300 to Tommy Dreamer in today’s match.


1. Jason Knight; Brass Nuck Smash Pin over Mr. Dangerous - Dwayne Gill. 3:46

2. Prince Albert; Train Wreck Pin over Hurricane Hack Meyers. 4:32

3. Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster won by Count-Out over Skinner. Skinner was arguing with LSD (Spike Dudley) outside the ring and eventually was lured to the back of the arena. Referee Mike Adamie counted Skinner out. 5:14

4. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) and KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush); Double DQ. Total Mayhem, OOR Brawl, Up the aisles and out the doors onto the Boardwalk, through the Bumper Car Ride, through the Shooting Gallery and even on the shaking seats of the Ferris Wheel. This was a total mess. 11:41

5. Eddie Gilbert pinned Little Spike Dudley (LSD) after Kimona Wannalaya sprayed Mace into Spike’s eyes. 8:36

6. Raven won by Count-Out over Tommy Dreamer. Tommy got frustrated and chased Alexis Laree ou the doors and through the Nathans Food Court. 6:35

7. ECW Tag Title – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) (Champions) beat The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray/D-Von) (Challengers). Saturn pinned D-Von after Joel Gertner swung id Loaded Nek Brace and hit D-Von by mistake. 10:28 The Eliminators retain the ECW Tag Title.



ECW Wrestling – ECW Arena – Philadelphia. PA Att; 3,798

Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner

1. Vic Grimes won by DQ over Centurian Marcella. Marcella found a Hockey Stick under the ring and tried to use it. Referee Earl Hebner called for the bell. 6:32

2. Papa Shango and Roadblock; Double Count-Out. OOR Brawl too both wrestlers all over the arena. 7:15

3. Mikey Whipwreck pinned Lance Storm. Molly Holly took a flashlight from Tracy Brooks who was about to hand it to Lance. As Lance reach over the ropes he was smashed into the forehead with the flashlight during the confusion. 10:43

4. Nova won by DQ over Chris Candido. Tammy Lynn Sytch (Sunny) was caught about to spray Nova with bottle of Clorox Tolilet Bowl Cleaner. Earl Hebner called for the bell. 7:24

5. Can/Am Express (Phil Lafon/Doug Furness) won by DQ The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Downtown Bruno tried to smash a bottle of Jim Beam over Phil’s head. Earl Hebner called for the bell. 8:01.

6. Chris Jericho won by Count-Out over The Sandman. During OOR Action Kim Nielson hit The Sandman in the knee with a Tire Iron and he had to be carried out. 8:18

7. ECW Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion); Five Star Frog Splash Pin over Tracy Smothers (Challenger). 9:31 Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title.



WCCW Wrestling – Joplin Memorial Hall – Joplin, MO Att: 3,962

Announcers; David Penzer and Johnny Weaver

1. Jack Victory; Piledriver Pin over Wolfman Smith. 3:10

2. Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy; Belly to Back Suplex Pin over Jimmy Jack Funk. 5:42

3. Hercules Hernandez; Full Nelson Submission over Johnny Mantel. 4:39
4. Great Kabuki; Spit Green Mist Pin over Ravishing Randy Rose while Playboy Gary Hart distracted referee Jim Korderas. 7:21

5. High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J. Peterson) beat Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato). Brett Sawyer; Flying Forearm Pin over Kato after Kenny Casanova tried to throw Kato a phone as a weapon and D.J. Peterson intercepted it. He used it to KO Kato. 10:26

6. Manny Fernandez and Gorgeous Gary Young; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

7. The Punisher won by DQ over Tugboat Thomas. Tugboat too a roll of coins that Skandor Akbar was handing to The Punisher. Referee Jim Korderas saw Tugboat with the roll and called for the bell. 8:15
MKABear - Jun 14, 2011 - 10:09 AM
Post subject: Re: ECW 6-10
FrankC wrote:
ECW Wrestling – Island Garden – W. Hempstead, NY Att; 3,192

Announcers; Kevin Sullivan and Paul Hayman

7. ECW HARDCOE MATCH – Damien Kane (Challenger) pinned Terry Funk (Champion). Insaniac the Maniac Threw a Fireball blinding Terry while Kevin Sullivan was distracting referee Andrew Thomas. Damien smashed Terry’s head into the Barbed Corner Post and the used the Damien DDT. 14:12 Damien Kane wins the ECW Hardcore Title.


I do believe I just saw a hog fly by my window. Terry Funk lose a hardcore match to a wimp like Damien Kane??? What is this world coming to, next you are going to tell me the Cubs are in the World Series?
FrankC - Jun 15, 2011 - 07:19 AM
Post subject: WCCW 6-15
WCCW Wrestling – Tyler County Expo Center – Abilene, TX Att: 4,782

Announcers; Steve Harms and Jose Lothario


1. Mark Youngblood pinned “Mr. Superb” Steve Doll after reversing a smash with the Gong-Bell. 6:43

2. Primetime Brian Lee pinned Terry Sims after Slashing him with a Sharp Object and blinding him with his own blood. 4:22

3. “Sweet Brown Sugar” Skip Young; Top Rope Leap Pin over Savannah Jack. Jack got into an argument with Cousin Luke who was at ringside. Luke crowned Savannah with a horseshoe and threw him into the ring. 5:08

4. Cousin Luke won by DQ over jake “Snake” Roberts after Baby Doll was caught handing Jake Brass Nucks. 7:53

5. Long Riders (Scott “Hog”/Bill Irwin) beat Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware). Bill pinned Koko after Scott hit Koko with a Biker Chain. 10:14

6. Kamala and Brian Adidas; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 8:41

7. Missing Link; Back Flying Head Butt Pin over Sam Houston. General Skandor Akbar kicked Houston with a Loaded Boot to the Temple dazing him. 7:39
lauraj400 - Jun 15, 2011 - 04:41 PM
Post subject: RE: WCCW 6-15
2 QUESTIONS CAN YOU make your own cards for UQ and are their any good resources on line to help you ?I want to make my own cards,but I don't know how to get started.
lauraj400 - Jun 15, 2011 - 04:41 PM
Post subject: RE: WCCW 6-15
2 QUESTIONS CAN YOU make your own cards for UQ and are their any good resources on line to help you ?I want to make my own cards,but I don't know how to get started. Surprised Surprised
FrankC - Jun 15, 2011 - 05:15 PM
Post subject: making cards
lauraj400. You can easily make your own cards. Use you memory of what the wrestlers were like in the era you want to produce. The excellent wrestlers will have very good ratings, the lesser wrestlers will be downgraded. Always keep in mind the a 100 point difference is almost a tie in Ultra Quick. So a final rating of 1900 to 1800 is a toss up because the % is simply not enough.

If you write me at FDCoutinho@aol.com I will send you some rankings that may help.
FrankC - Jun 16, 2011 - 07:06 AM
Post subject: WCCW 6-16
WCCW Wrestling – Century II Convention Hall – Wichita, KS Att: 4,832

Announcers; Mike Tenay and Dan Coates


1. Al Madril; Indian Deathlock Submission over “Black Magic” Norman Smiley. 4:36

2. Plowboy Frazier and Bastian Booger; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action neither big grappler was able to make the count. Frazier is 450 LBS and Booger 410. 5:12

3. Crusher Yukoff; Big Splash Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette. 3:15

4. Killer Tim Brooks won by Count-Out over Iceman King Parsons. Iceman was arguing with One Man Gang and Percy Pringle and got counted out. 9:27

5. One Man Gang; 747 Splash Pin over Kendall Windham after Percy Pringle hit Kendall with a chain. 8:46

6. Southern Justice (Tex Slazenger/Shanghai Pierce) beat Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris). Tex; Inverted DDT over Ron after Shanghai threw soda into Ron’s face. 10:51

7. Al Perez pinned Brad Armstrong after Skandor Akbar burned Brad with a cigar. 7:45
FrankC - Jun 17, 2011 - 06:48 AM
Post subject: WCCW 6-17
WCCW – Muskogee Civic Center – Muskogee, OK Att: 4,912

Announcers; Gene Goodson and Frank Dusek



1. The Bezerker pinned “Do it to It” Steve Cox after a smash with his Viking Helmet. 3:55

2. Kevin Von Erich; Diving Cross Body Pin over the Unpredictable Johnny Rodz. 4:39

3. Lord Humongous; Power Bomb Pin over Norman the Lunatic. 4:26

4. Cactus Jack won by Count-Out over Brickhouse Brown. Brickhouse got into a beef with Skandor Akbar during OOR Action so the General sent the Bezerker to fight with Brickhouse while Cactus got back in the ring. Brickhouse failed to make the count. 7:58

5. Jeep Swenson pinned Buddy Landell. Dawn Marie tried to pass Buddy Brass Nucks. Jeep intercepted them to use for a KO. 7:12

6. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) beat Batten Brothers (Brad/Bart). Len over Brad after Dirty White Girl sprayed Oven Cleaner to Brad’s eyes. It was Easy Off. 8:46

7. Ed “Moondog” Moretti won by Count-Out over Justin Hawk. Justin got into a brawl with cactus Jack during OOR Action and failed to make the count. 10:14
FrankC - Jun 18, 2011 - 08:16 AM
Post subject: WCCW 6-18
WCCW Wrestling – Pope County Arena – Russellville, AR Att: 3,022

Announcers; Bill Mercer and Stella Mae French



1. Hollywood John Tatum; The Superkick Pin over L.D. Lewis. 3:07

2. Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe won by DQ over Teijo Kahn. Teijo got angry and slammed referee Bronko Lubich. 5:21

3. Jeff Jarrett pinned Bruiser Bedlam. Jeff reversed a chairshot and then used it for a dropkick to the face, “Ouch”. 7:35

4. Rip “Crippler” Oliver when by Count-Out over Spike Huber. Huber chased an irratating Missy Hyatt back to the locker area. 4:52

5. The Patriot pinned Angel of Death. Missy Hyatt tried to hit Patriot with a bottle of Jack Daniels and missed hitting Angel by mistake. 6:16

6. Phil Hickerson pinned Billy Jack after Rip Oliver, at ringside, hit Billy with a shovel while Missy Hyatt distracted referee Bronko Lubich.

7. The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun) won by DQ over Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey/Bobby Eaton). Dennis was caught with Brass Nucks. 10:49
lauraj400 - Jun 18, 2011 - 11:56 AM
Post subject: Frank,did you get
my email address I sent you ?
FrankC - Jun 18, 2011 - 01:52 PM
Post subject: e-mail
Sorry I must have misplaced it or deleted it by mistake. Please send it again and I will send you some information. Sorry about that again.
lauraj400 - Jun 18, 2011 - 06:21 PM
Post subject: My email
is ljean8080@gmail.com.Thanks in advance.
FrankC - Jun 19, 2011 - 07:50 AM
Post subject: NWF-UK 6-19
NWF – UK – Echo Arena – Liverpool, England Att: 10,994

Announcers; Ken Walton and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo



1. RPM Tommy Lane; Jumping le Drop Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 3:51

2. Tony Garea; Diving Cross Body Pin over Bastian Booger. 5:08

3. Dirty Danny Collins; Bristol Stomp (Brainbuster) Pin over Jamming Joe Mirto. 5:40

4. Billy Robinson; Double Underhook Suplex Pin over the #1 Frenchman Rene Goulet. 7:14

5. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) beat The Lethal Latins (Roberto/Manuel Soto). Barbarian pinned Manuel after Slick threw beer in Manuel’s face. 10:24

6. Exotic Adrian Street; London Bridge Deathlock Submission over dave “Fit” Finley after Miss Linda slashed Finley with a sharp object and he was blinded by blood. 9:14

7. Kendo Nagasaki (UK) pinned Frank “Chic” Cullen after George Gillette smashed Cullen in the skull with his cane. 9:43

8. UK Title – Vic Flaukner (Challenger) won by DQ over Rollerball Rocco (Champion). Rocco brought a chair into the ring so referee Larry “Axe” Hennig called for the bell. 8:31 Rocco retains the UK belt.
FrankC - Jun 20, 2011 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: NWF 6-20
NWF – International – Green Glows Arena – Millstreet, IRE Att: 7,884

Announcers; Ken Walton and Mick McManus


1. Nobleman Joe Turko pinned Corporal Kirshner after Soldat Gorky who was at ringside smashed a bottle of Vodka over Kirshner’s skull. 4:39

2. Gino Brito won by Count-Out over Soldat Gorky. During OOR Action Gorky was attacked by Lord Littlebrook and Little Tokyo. Gorky failed to make the count. 5:45

3. Tommy “Jumbo” Tsuruta pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna. Scicluna tried to use a Hidden Foreign Object but Tsuruta got it and used it for a KO. 6:28

4. Skull Murphy (UK); Flying Headbutt Pin over Stan Vachon. Dudley Gillingham smashed a cane to Vachon’s head. 8:41

5. The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules) and Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Mr. Saito); Double Count-Out during an OOR Brawl. 11:57

6. Giant Haystacks pinned Mighty Chang. Killer Karl Krupp tried to interfere and Haystacks gave him and Chang a vicious Noggin Knocker. 9:52

7. Tony St. Clair; Superkick Pin over Highlander Drew McDonald. Dudley Gillingham was trying to distract the referee but distracted McDonald instead. 9:30

8. NWF International Title – Otto Wanz (Challenger) won by Count-Out over Mighty John Quinn (Champion). During OOR Action Lord Alfred Hays tried to use a TV to crown Wanz. Otto reversed it to Quinn’s skull. Ouch!! 7:36 Mighty John Quinn retains the NWF Internationl Title.
FrankC - Jun 21, 2011 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: NWF 6-21
NWF – Boardwalk Hall – Atlantic City, NJ Att: 13,762

Announcers; Bruno Sammartino and Red Ryan


1. Butcher Vachon and Pete Doherty “Duke of Dorchester”; Double Count Out during OOR Action. 4:17

2. Salvarore Bellomo pinned Iron Mike Sharp after Paul LeDuc, wandering at ringside, hit Iron Mike with a microphone during an OOR skirmish. He then rolled Mike back into the ring. 5:53 LeDuc yelled “Who is the greatest Canadian athlete now?”

3. Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jim Powers) beat Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs). Jim Powers pinned Timbs after Eric Embry hit Ken with a bottle by mistake. 8:07

4. Rocky Johnson; Dropkicks Pin over “Lone Star” Rusty Brooks. 5:33

5. Rowdy Roddy Piper; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Paul LeDuc. 6:41 Iron Mike Sharp was at ringside constantly taunting LeDuc. Like Popeye, Iron Mike said “I yam what I yam.”

6. British Bulldogs (Davy Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid) beat Bowery Boys (Slip Durso/Killer Abby). Davy Boy Smith pinned Slip Durso. Abby swung a hockey stick missing Davy and hitting Durso in the forehead. 9:54

7. Mongolian Stomper pinned George “Animal” Steele. Sir Oliver Humperdink swung his cane and hit Steele in the throat. 9:08

8. WWF Title – Iron Sheik won by Count-Out over Ivan Putski. Bobby Heenan brought King Kong Bundy to ringside. Eventually a melee broke out and Putski was fighting Bundy, Heenan and Iron Sheik. The British Bulldogs came out to help Putski but Ivan couldn’t make the count while the Iron Sheik kept getting back into the ring to restart the count on him. 12:23
FrankC - Jun 22, 2011 - 07:43 AM
Post subject: NWF 6-22
One of the areas I do not mess with is the way a match ends. Rarely, but occasionally, several matches will end with Count-Outs or DQ's. If 3 matches in a row end with a Count-Out, we as the promoters start looking at the show as one that cannot be pleasing to the fans. But this is Ultra Quick and it does happen. Not often but once in a while. This show at the Cobo Arena is an example. The only thing to say is that Referee Dick Kroll was busy and it doesn't happen very often. The same applies to matches ending in pin falls. It is unusual to have every match end that way but it does happen in some instances.



NWF Wrestling – Cobo Arena – Detroit, MI Att: 12,112


Announcers; Ray Stevens and Mario Savoldi



1. Double XX (Mr X 1 & 2) won by Count-Out over Beverly Brothers (Beau.Blake). During OOR Action Beau failed to make the count. 6:16

2. Playboy Buddy Rose and Mainiac Robbie Ellis; Double Count-Out. Neither coukld make the count as they fought outside the ring. 4:09

3. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell; Avalanche Pin over Hillbilly Jim while Sheik Adnan El Kassie was using his Robe Rope to choke Jim. 5:37

4. Dr. D. David Shultz and Charlie Fulton; Double DQ. Both wrestlers were cut badly by a sharp object. Referee Dick Kroll called for the bell to end the match. 6:28 Rick Martel found a sharpened key chain object, with the Dr D. Skull and Crossbones, lodged in the corner post. He gave it to Kroll.

5. Rick Martel won by DQ over Big Swede Hansen. Swede found a 2 x 4 and tried to enter the ring. Referee Dick Kroll called for the bell. 5:24

6. Larry Zbyszko pinned Matt Borne after Jim Cornette Smashed Borne with a Tennis Racket. 9:43

7. Ken Patura pinned Superfly Jimmy Snuka. Captain Lou Albano (Snuka’s manager) threw Ken Patura a Tire Iron to use while Sheik Adnan El Kassie distracted referee Dick Kroll. 7:37

8. NWF Tag Team Title - Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) (Challengers) won by DQ over Hart Foundation (Brett/Jim Neidhart) (Champions). Jimmy Hart was caught smashing his megaphone over Sika’s head. 10:02 Izzy Slapowitz is protesting the match demanding a “No DQ or Count-Out” Match.


Post Match Note – Mario Savoldi interviewed Captain Lou Albano asking why he turned on Jimmy Snuka. The Captain said; “That idiot can’t be managed. He does what he feels like doing. It makes Snuka a bad wrestler and I only manage great wrestlers. Snuka has become a Mamby Pamby. I am done with him. He went out the right way; with a bump on his thick skull.”
FrankC - Jun 23, 2011 - 08:14 AM
Post subject: NWF 6-23
NWF Wrestling – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum – Ft. Wayne, IN Att: 12,886


Announcers; Sandy Scott and Dick the Bruiser


1. Brooklyn Brawler pinned Macho Goldie Rogers after Hitting him with a Black Jack. 4:13

2. Tiger Chung Lee and The Steel City Terror Terry Gibbs; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 5:17

3. Tito Santana won by DQ over Dino Bravo. Mouth of the South Jimmy Hart was caught handing Bravo a Foreign Object. 7:26

4. Dirty Dutch Mantel pinned Baron Von Raschke. Ditch had a Foreign Object hidden in his trunks. 7:02 Dutch the proceeded to Whip the Baron with “Shoo Baby.” Tito Santana ran out to stop the whipping on the helpless Baron. Dutch ran off but Von Raschke was a welted mess by that time.

5. Ring announcer Mike McGuirk announced that Cujo, the youngest pup of the Moondog Clan, would be replacing Spot in tonight’s match. Unfortunately Spot was hit while chasing cars and is recuperating at C.T. Pounds, the Veterinarian, in Dog Patch. The High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Cujo). Greg Gagne pinned Rex. Cujo threw his dog bone at Greg but hit Rex by mistake. 6:41

6. King Kong Bundy pinned Nikolai Volkoff after Bobby Heenan slashed Volkoff with a sharp object and blinded him with his own blood. 6:38

7. Bob Backlund; Atomic Knee drop pin over Jesse “The Body” Ventura. Jesse was conferring with Missy Hyatt about strategy and was taken out by Backlund. 8:54

8. The Boogie Studs (Jimmy Valiant/John Studd) beat Savage Pretty Boys (Larry Sharp/Dutch Savage). Boogie Valiant; Flying Elbow Pin over Dutch Savage while John Studd and Pretty Boy Larry Sharp were in an OOR Brawl. 10:43
MKABear - Jun 23, 2011 - 09:29 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 6-23
FrankC wrote:
NWF Wrestling – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum – Ft. Wayne, IN Att: 12,886


Announcers; Sandy Scott and Dick the Bruiser


7. Bob Backlund; Atomic Knee drop pin over Jesse “The Body” Ventura. Jesse was conferring with Missy Hyatt about strategy and was taken out by Backlund. 8:54

8. The Boogie Studs (Jimmy Valiant/John Studd) beat Savage Pretty Boys (Larry Sharp/Dutch Savage). Boogie Valiant; Flying Elbow Pin over Dutch Savage while John Studd and Pretty Boy Larry Sharp were in an OOR Brawl. 10:43


Good crowd over in Ft. Wayne!

Jesse, Jesse, Jesse, never turn your back on a low down dog like Backlund!

The Boogie Studs takin' care of a little old business! And the beat goes on!
FrankC - Jun 24, 2011 - 08:25 AM
Post subject: NWF 6-24
NWF Wrestling – Iowa Vets Memorial Auditorium – Des Moines, IA Att: 14,498

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Killer Karl Kox

1. Big Bully Busick; Bully Blaster (Heart Punch) Pin over Bob “Cat” Bradley. 3:08

2. Jean Pierre Lafitte; Pieces of Eight (Money) Bag Smash Pin over Victor Riviera. 4:17

3. The Sheik pinned S.D. Jones after Abdullah Farounk Threw a Fireball. 3:43

4. Adrian Adonis and Jumping Johnny DeFazio; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 5:56

5. Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff; Spike Piledriver Pin over B.Brian Blair after Sensational Sherri Martel sprayed perfume to Blair’s eyes. 7:55

6. Ivan Koloff won by Count-Out over Maddog Vachon. Vachon was arguing with Killer Karl Kox during OOR Action. 8:01

7. Drean Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) beat U.S. Express (Barry Windham/Mike Rotundo). Beefcake pinned Rotundo after Valentine ripped the turnbuckle cover exposing the steel. Brutus ran Mike’s head into the exposed steel. 10:41

8. AWA Title – Hulk Hogan (Challenger) won by DQ over Superstar Graham (Champion). The Grand Wizard jumped on referee Dick Woerhle to prevent a pin. 11:19 Graham retains the AWA Title.
FrankC - Jun 25, 2011 - 08:51 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-25
SWF Wrestling – Ashville Civic Center – Ashville, SC Att: 7658

Announcers; Bill Ward and Ted Lewin


1. White Lightning Tim Hoerner won by DQ over Leatherface who attacked with a chair. Referee Terry Yorkston call for the bell. 4:45

2. The Dream (Mike Davis); Wicked Boot to the Gonads Pin over The Judge John Furr. 3:17

3. Keno Stick Match - Battle of the Orient (A Kendo Stick is tied to the Ring Post. The 1st wrestler who retrieves it can use the stick as a weapon)

Kendo Nagasaki pinned Lee “The Cat” Wong after crashing the Kendo Stick over Wong’s back. 8:35

4. Crazy Luke Graham pinned Maniac Mike Conrad after Colonel Parker kicked Conrad in the temple with a Loaded Boot. 3:55

5. Dirty Dick Slater won by Count-Out over Bullet Bob Armstrong. Armstrong was being held back by Crazy Luke Graham and couldn’t make the bell. 7:32

6. Zambaui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem) beat State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright/Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker). Elijah Akeem; Zambaui Spash Pin over Lt. James Earl Wright. 8:53

7. Butcher Brannigan won by Count-Out over Magnum T.A. Magnum was fighting with Colonel Parker and missed the count. 6:41

8. Steel Cage Match – Dusty Rhodes beat Dick Murdock. Rhodes threw Murdock from the top of the cage and then performed a Leaping Bionic Elbow. Rhodes then escaped. 12:42
FrankC - Jun 26, 2011 - 06:48 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-26
SWF Wrestling – Savannah Civic Center – Savannah, GA Att: 8,518

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Buddy Colt


1. Seigfried Stanke pinned Frankie Williams after Izzy Slapowitz smashed Frankie with a Gong Bell. 3:15

2. King Curtis Iaukea; Oriental Spike Submission over Johnny K-9. 4:34

3. Krusher Khrushev and Norman the Lunatic; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 5:32

4. Rugged Ronnie Garvin pinned Nature Boy Roger Kirby. Kirby tried to use a Hidden Foreign Object but Ronnie reversed it for the KO. 8:49

5. Blackjack Slade pinned Blackjack Mulligan after King Curtis flattened Mulligan with a Microphone Smash. 6:14 Slade and King Curtis began beating on the dazed Mulligan, kicking and punching him. The Road Warriors came out and chased Slade and King Curtis.

6. Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) won by Count-Out over Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger. Ken failed to make the bell during an OOR Brawl. 9:18 The Road Warriors, generally feared, were now hearing cheers from the fans for helping Mulligan earlier.

7. Mr. Wrestling II pinned Abdullah the Butcher. Percy Pringle tried to slash Mr. Wrestling II with a sharp object. During the confusion Abdullah was seriously cut and blinded by blood. 7:31

8. SWF Tag Title – Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze)(Champions) and Rock & Roll Express (Robert Gibson/Ricky Morton)(Challengers); Double Count-Out. An OOR Brawl led to the back stage and both teams failed to make the count. 10:47 Army of Darkness retains the SWF Tag Title.
FrankC - Jun 27, 2011 - 10:10 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-27
The managers were active on this card. The number 1 stinker was Sir Oliver Humperdink. Ollie was always a non-trusting soul. This time cheating led to both of his wrestlers winning and the rankings are what drives him (and probably a lot of nastiness too).

SWF Wrestling – Oman Arena – Jackson, TN Att: 5.590

Announcers; Jess McGrath and King Louie Tillet


1. Tank Patton and Beautiful Bruce Swayze; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

2. The Devil’s Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) beat The Mulkeys (Bill/Randy). Jeff Sword pinned Bill Mulkey after Izzy Slapowitz crowned Bill with a bottle of Jack Daniels. 4:36

3. Rip Morgan pinned Randy “Bounty” Hunter after smashing him with a flag pole while Lord Jonathan Boyd distracted the referee. 3:19

4. Dr. Jerry Brown pinned Junkyard Dog. Sir Oliver Humperdink smashed a rusty bike chain to Dog’s temple. 5:07

5. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) beat The Desperados (Black Bart/Outlaw Ron Bass). Danny Davis pinned Ron Bass. J.J. Dillon tried to slip Bass a roll of coins but Davis got them and reverse the move. 8:22

6. Ricky Steamboat pinned Bobby Duncum. Paul Jones snuck a Loaded Boot kick intended for Steamboat that got Duncum in the forehead by mistake. 6:58

7. Ox Baker pinned Ted DiBiase. Oliver Humperdink used a rusty bike handle, taken from Junkyard Dog’s cart earlier, to crown DiBiase. 9:34

8. SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle (Champion) won by DQ over Maddog Buzz Sawyer (Challenger) after Luna Vachon and Lock jumped of referee Billy Spears. 6:39 Don Kernodle retains the SWF TV Title.
FrankC - Jun 28, 2011 - 08:19 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-28
SWF – Garrett Coliseum – Montgomery, AL Att: 12,648

Announcers; Dickie Steinborn and Charlie Pratt


1. Moondog Lonnie Mayne won by DQ over Bullman Downs after Bullman tried to enter the ring with a baseball bat. 4:19

2. Bunkhouse Buck pinned Wildman Mike Boyette while Colonel parker held the ropes for leverage. 3:24

3. Colonel DeBeers pinned King Tonga after smashing him with a Hidden Foreign Object. 5:23

4. Big Bad John and “Snakeyes” Brian Costello; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 4:12

5. The Spoiler won by Count-Out over Sgt. Frank Holz who failed to make the count during OOR Action. 5:35

6. Brainbusters (Tully Blanchard/Arn Anderson) beat The Briscos (Jack/Jerry). Tully pinned Terry after J.J. Dillon tossed Tully a Tire Iron during a distraction. 10:58

7. Nikita Koloff; Russian Sickle Pin over Magnificent Don Muraco after Nikita Bresnikov Smashed Muraco with a Flag. 10:16

8. SWF Southern Title – Cowboy Bob Orton (Challenger) won by DQ over Austin Idol (Champion). Idol was caught, by referee King Louie Tillet, with a bag of coins. 7:56 Austin Idol retains the SWF Southern Belt.


Post Match – Dickie Steinborn interviewed King Louie Tillet asking about the DQ on Austin Idol. “I know all his tricks. He won't get away with anything.” replied Tillet. Austin Idol interrupted; “This match is under protest. There were no coins in the bag. It was round chocolate like coins covered with silver wrapping from the penny candy store. I felt as though Bob Orton must have been tired and would want some chocolate for energy. I am being nice and I get DQ’d? This is a disgrace. “ A young woman was walking by so Idol said; “Let’s ask a neutral opinion. Excuse me Miss do you think I cheated in this match?” She answered “No way. I watched it all and you are the one who was cheated.” Idol looked at Tillet and said; “See, and this from someone neutral. “ As the young woman was leaving she turned around and said to Austin Idol; “Did I do good?”
MKABear - Jun 28, 2011 - 05:15 PM
Post subject: Re: SWF 6-28
FrankC wrote:
SWF – Garrett Coliseum – Montgomery, AL Att: 12,648


8. SWF Southern Title – Cowboy Bob Orton (Challenger) won by DQ over Austin Idol (Champion). Idol was caught, by referee King Louie Tillet, with a bag of coins. 7:56 Austin Idol retains the SWF Southern Belt.


Post Match – Dickie Steinborn interviewed King Louie Tillet asking about the DQ on Austin Idol. “I know all his tricks. He won't get away with anything.” replied Tillet. Austin Idol interrupted; “This match is under protest. There were no coins in the bag. It was round chocolate like coins covered with silver wrapping from the penny candy store. I felt as though Bob Orton must have been tired and would want some chocolate for energy. I am being nice and I get DQ’d? This is a disgrace. “ A young woman was walking by so Idol said; “Let’s ask a neutral opinion. Excuse me Miss do you think I cheated in this match?” She answered “No way. I watched it all and you are the one who was cheated.” Idol looked at Tillet and said; “See, and this from someone neutral. “ As the young woman was leaving she turned around and said to Austin Idol; “Did I do good?”


"The Women's Pet and the Men's Regret!" I think that woman's testimony settles it, but if it don't let me repeat.....


Austin Idol retains the SWF Southern Belt.
FrankC - Jun 29, 2011 - 08:07 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-29
SWF – Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL Att: 9,486

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary


1. The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker) won by Count-Out over The Wolfpack (Buddy and Dusty Wolfe). Dusty failed to make the count during OOR Action after being slammed through the Press Table. 7:22

2. L.D. Lewis won by DQ over Mr. Pogo. Izzy Slapowitz was caught, by referee Easy Ed Francis, Throwing a Fireball. 4:14

3. Leaping Lanny Poffo and Dirty Don Serrano; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 3:42

4. Bugsy McGraw pinned Hustler Rip Rogers after taking a Foreign Object from Hustler and using it for the KO. 6:09

5. “The Spaniard” Crusher Verdu pinned Rugged Reno Riggins. Riggins’ head was split open on an exposed turnbuckle and he was blinded by blood. 3:45

6. The Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr) beat The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams). Lord Jonathan Boyd missed with a Gong-Bell Smash and hit Butch By mistake. Tiger Conway Jr pinned Butch. 11:05

7. Masked Superstar; Swinging Neckbreaker Pin over Tommy Rich after Paul Jones threw Salt into Tommy’s Eyes. 6:50

8. Florida Title – Wahoo McDaniel (Challenger) pinned Terry Funk (Champion) after taking a roll of coins that Terry was trying to use and reversing the move for the KO. 9:13 Wahoo McDaniel wins the Florida Title.
FrankC - Jun 30, 2011 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: SWF 6-30
SWF Wrestling – Richmond Coliseum – Richmond, VA Att: 13,112

Announcers; Billy Powell and Joe Munick


1. Maha Singh pinned Sodbuster Kenny Jay after Kevin Sullivan Ko’d Kenny with Brass Nucks during a distraction by The Army of Darkness. 4:28

2. Jos. LeDuc and The Bodyguard Don Bass; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

3. Beautiful Beauregarde pinned Mike Graham while Missy Hyatt held Mike’s legs down. 5:44

4. Hacksaw Jim Duggan; Jumping Knee Drop Pin over Boris Zuchoffe. 4:32

5. Great Mephisto pinned Big Bill Dromo after Shelina Threw a Fireball. 6:39

6. Fabulous Ones (Stan Lane/Steve Keirn) beat the Infernos. Stan Lane; Myawashi Kick Pin over

Inferno #2 during a Colonel Parker distraction that went array. 10:23

7. Ric Flair pinned Terry Taylor using a Hidden Foreign Object for a KO. 6:27

8. NWA Heavyweight Title – Sgt. Slaughter (Challenger) pinned Bruiser Brody (Champion). The Grand Wizard slipped Slaughter a Money Clip that the Sarge used for a KO while the Grand Wizard distracted referee Cowboy Bob Ellis. 10:18 Sgt Slaughter wins the NWA Heavyweight Title.
MKABear - Jun 30, 2011 - 10:31 AM
Post subject: Re: SWF 6-29
FrankC wrote:
SWF – Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL Att: 9,486

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary

8. Florida Title – Wahoo McDaniel (Challenger) pinned Terry Funk (Champion) after taking a roll of coins that Terry was trying to use and reversing the move for the KO. 9:13 Wahoo McDaniel wins the Florida Title.



Frank's dice have not been very friendly to Terry Funk the last couple of weeks. First the Hardcore, now the Florida title gone with the dice!
FrankC - Jun 30, 2011 - 01:59 PM
Post subject: Terry
MKABear wrote; Frank's dice have not been very friendly to Terry Funk the last couple of weeks. First the Hardcore, now the Florida title gone with the dice!

Belt or not Terry is a force who bends the rules as far as they will go. NWA Terry has to cross a lot of lines to win back the Florida title. In ECW Terry itches to get into a Barbed Wire Ring for a chance at the title he lost. He won't waste his time with the ECW Title ot TV Title, he wants Hardcore. Barbed Wire on the Ropes and Tacks on the Mat. Insaniac the Maniac will try to avoid having Damien Kane meet Terry again but the hiding game will only work for a short time. In between time don't you think that Cactus Jack is salavating at the idea of a Hardcore title match. This is when Damien will find out what it is like to play with the big boys especially if Insaniac doesn't get a chance the Throw a Fireball. The Philly scene is hot with excitement. As Joey Styles would say "Oh My God!"
FrankC - Jul 01, 2011 - 08:36 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-1
ECW Wrestling – Wonderland - Revere, MA - MSG Network, NYC Att: 2.964

Announcers; Joel Gertner and Johnny Ace


1. Kid Kash; Dead Level (Brainbuster) Pin over Psycho Capone. 3:19

2. Larry Winters pinned J.T. Smith after a Smash with Trash Can during distraction. 3:54

3. Headhunters A & B won by Count-Out Bad St Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews). During OOR Brawl Mathews chased Insaniac the Maniac who led Chris into an ambush by Damien Kane and Papa Shango. They beat Mathews to pulp before Ballz Mahoney and Max Payne came to his rescue. 8:24

4. Mike Awesome pinned Max Payne. Paul Hayman smashed a shovel over Max’s head. 6:57

5. Brass Nucks Match – Amish Roadkill pinned Ballz Mahoney. Big Dick Dudley came out and held Ballz in the corner while Roadkill beat on Mahoney. It was unmerciful. 9:38

6. Shane Douglas won by Count-Out over Rhyno. Rhyno chased Francine to the locker area. 8:33

7. The Dudley Boyz (D-Von/Bubba Ray) beat Can/Am Express (Doug Furness/Phil Lafon). Bubba Ray; Bubba Bomb Pin over Furness after a Joel Gertner Smash with Loaded Neck Brace. 10:48



I use a die roll to determine the Referee’s attitude for the matches. I have a list of the referees rated by profile. In this card Bill Alphonso was the referee. He is rated 5 which is a referee who cannot be trusted. He is a heel referee. A roll of 1 to 5 before the card is played means that during the matches Alphonso will close his eyes to evil happenings. He pretends to be distracted. Alphoso is also the manager of Sabu and it is a conflict of interest. On the other hand all of ECW seems to be a conflict of interest.
FrankC - Jul 02, 2011 - 09:08 AM
Post subject:
b]ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att: 4,258[/b]

MSG Network – NYC

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jerry “The King” Lawler


1. Crowbar (Devon Storm) pinned Vic Grimes after a wicked Chairshot. 5:09

2. Tracy Smothers; Jaw Jacker (Diving Elbow) Pin over Tony DeVito. 5:55

3. Big Dick Dudley; D.D. Driver Pin over Chris Hamrick after Joel Gertner smashed his Loaded Neckbrace over Chris’ skull. 3:18

4. Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray) beat B.W.O. - Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards). Booker T pinned Blue Meanie after Sensational Sherri sprayed Perfume to Meanie’s eyes. 9:32

5. Louie Spicoli pinned Lance Storm after Tracy Brooks missed with a Gong-Bell Smash and hit Lance by mistake. 8:24

6. Amboy Duke’s Chain Match – A Chain is locked to the Turnbuckle. The key is in a pouch on the other turnbuckle. The 1st wrestler who gets the key and opens the lock can use the chain or lock as a weapon.

Terry Funk pinned C.W. Anderson after using the lock to smash C.W. to the gut and groin. Anderson collapsed. Sinister Minister tried to rescue the hurting Anderson but Funk smash the lock to Sin Min’s chops. The holy man went flying from the ring apron and crashed through the press table. 10:55

7. ECW Tag Title – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) (Champions) beat The Mamalukes (Johnny Stamboli/Vito Lograsso) (Challengers). Kronus pinned Lograsso after Sal Graziano socked Vito by mistake during in ring confusion. 11:36. The Eliminators retain the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Jul 03, 2011 - 08:28 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-3
ECW Wrestling – Ocean City Convention Center – Ocean City, MD Att: 3,998

WPPX TV – Channel 61 Philadelphia, PA

Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Kevin Sullivan


1. Johnny Swinger and Bullman Downs; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. They battled into the Food Court. 5:41

2. Nova pinned Jason Knight. Jason missed on a head 1st dive and crashed to the cement floor. Nova threw him back into the ring. 3:42

3. Top Guns (Ricky Rice/John Paul) beat F.B.I. - Full Blooded Italians (Tony Mariana/Little Guido). Ricky Rice over Tony after Sal Graziano missed with a wicked Chairshot smashing it over Tony’s skull by mistake. 7:21 Tony was taken to the Ocean State hospital. Dusty Rhodes announced later that Tony’s head was X-Rayed and the doctors found nothing.

4. Hugh Murrus pinned Angel after throwing him into the Steel Steps and then grinding his face into the steps. Anel was blinded by the blood after being thrown back into the ring. 5:38

5. Boogie Knights (Salvatore Sincere/Disco Inferno) won by DQ over The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed). Mustafa got a Fire Extinguisher and crowned Disco Inferno. Referee Earl Hebner called for the bell. 11:12

6. Raven; Evenflo DDT Pin over Danny Doring after Alexis Laree sprayed mace to Danny’s eyes. 8:46

7. ECW TV Title – Rockin Rebel (Challenger) pinned Al Snow (Champion) wile Kenny Casanove Held the Ropes for Leverage. Rockin Rebel wins the ECW TV Title. 9:17
FrankC - Jul 04, 2011 - 07:24 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-4
ECW Wrestling – Memorial Hall – Dover, DE Att: 2,662

Sports Channel – Philadelphia

Announcers; Joey Styles and Rockin Robin


1. Mr. Hughes won by DQ over 911. Paul Hayman and Mike Awesome entered the ring. Referee Nick Patrick called for the bell. 5:12

2. Dudley Dudley pinned Barry Horowitz while Joel Gertner Held the Ropes for Leverage. 3:33

3. Van hammer Pinned Mikey Whipwreck after crashing a guitar over Mikey’s back. 4:39

4. Eddie Gilbert pinned Chris Cheti after Kimona Wanalaya scratched Chris in the eyes blinding him. 5:01

5. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) beat Broad St Bullies (Johnny Hotbody and Hitman Tony Stetson). Grunge pinned Stetson after Hotbody missed with a Chairshot and hit Tony by mistake. 10:38

6. Table Match – Sabu pinned Jerry Lynn. During OOR Brawl Sabu pummeled Lynn into the ringside crowd after Bill Alphonso hit Jerry with a Gong-Bell. Sabu then dragged Lynn into the ring and placed him on the 4 stacked tables. A diving crash through the tables ended the match. 13:56

7. Hardcore Title – Steel Cage Match – Tommy Cairo (Challenger) beat Damien Kane (Champion) after a B-53 from the top of the cage onto Damien. Damien was KO’s as Cairo climbed out. 14:08 Tommy Cario wins the Hardcore Title.
FrankC - Jul 05, 2011 - 07:53 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-5
ECW Wrestling – Floyd Hall Arena – Little Falls, NJ Att:2,976

WGTW TV – Channel 48 – Philadelphia

Announcers; Jim Cornette and Madusa Miceli


1. Simon Diamond and Sal E. Graziano; Time Limit Draw 10:00

2. Sid Vicious pinned Steve Corino after Downtown Bruno hit Steve in the skull with a lead pipe. 4:15

3. Prince Albert; Train Wreck (Backbreaker Drop) Pin over Roadblock. 5:02

4. LSD - Little Spike Dudley; Acid Drop Pin over E.Z. Money. 5:24

5. The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike) beat Bad Breed (Ian/Axl Rotten). Wolfe; Death Valley Driver pin over Ian after Axl missed with a chairshot and hit Ian by mistake. 10:23

6. Tommy Dreamer; DDT Pin over Stunning Steve Austin after Jim Cornette missed with a microphone smash and hit Austin by mistake. 9:21

7. Kendo Stick Match A Kendo Stick is strapped to opposite corner turnbuckles. If a wrestler can get a Kendo Stick, it can be used a weapon. The 1st winner must pin the opponent or get him to submit. Other wrestlers are lined around the ring to stop an escape.

The Sandman pinned Justin Credible after stunning him with a Kendo Stick whack to the eye, splitting it open and blinding Justin with his own blood. 10:59
FrankC - Jul 06, 2011 - 09:04 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-6
ECW Wrestling – Viking (ECW) Hall – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,624

WPPX TV – Channel 61 Philly

Announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus “The Virus” Calis


1. Skinner pinned The Intruder by using a Hidden Foreign Object. 3:15

2. Gangrel pinned Hack Meyers after slamming him through the Press table and then slinging him back into the ring. 4:10

3. Papa Shango; Voo Doo Driver Pin over Frankie “The Thumper” Lancaster. 4:15

4. Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs) won by DQ over KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush). Downtown Bruno dropped some Brass Nucks. Sable picked them up and Bruno pointed to Sable as referee Bill Alphonso was watching. Alphonso called for the bell. 12:25

5. Cactus Jack; Double arm DDT Pin over Chris Candido after Tammy Lynn Sytch missed with Perfume Spray to Cactus’ eyes and hit Chris by mistake. 9:36

6. Tazz win by DQ over D.C. Drake. Sinister Minister got angry and crowned referee Bill Alphonso with a Loaded Good Book. 9:28

7. ECW Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion) Vandaminator (Spinning Kick) Pin over Chris Jericho after a Reverse Chairshot. Rob Van Dam retains the ECW Title. 10:50
FrankC - Jul 07, 2011 - 09:06 AM
Post subject: WCCW 7-7
WCCW – World Class Championship Wrestling – Barton Arena – Little Rock, AR Att: 9,912

Announcers; Bill cardille and Cowboy Bill Watts


1. Tough Tony DiPaulo won by Count-Out over Mr. Superb Steve Doll during OOR Action. 3:10

2. Hollywood John Tatum; Super Kick Pin over Black Magic Norman Smiley. 4:17

3. Terry Gordy won by DQ over Bruiser Bedlam. Bedlam tried to enter the ring with a baseball bat. 4:59

4. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) beat Pretty Young Things (Koko B. Ware/Norvell Austin). Ron; H-Bomb (Double Body to Back Suplex) Pin over Norvell after a vicious Dirty Doubleteam while Koko was KO’d. 9:31

5. Kamala pinned Ravishing randy Rose after Skandor Akbar socked Rose to the chops with a Roll of Coins. 6:21

6. Jake “Snake” Roberts and Jeep Swenson; Double DQ. Referee Jim Korderas couldn’t control the mayhem. 8:42

7. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) beat The Youngbloods (Chris/Mark). Len Denton pinned Mark wile Dirty White Girl Held the Ropes for Leverage. 11:03

8. Dingo Warrior won by DQ over Lord Humongous. Downtown Bruno jumped on referee Jim Korderas to prevent a pin. 8:18
FrankC - Jul 08, 2011 - 07:50 AM
Post subject: WCCW 7-8
WCCW World Class Wrestling – River Center Arena – Baton Rouge, LA Att: 11,946

Announcers; Davis Penzer and Frank Dusek


1. Jack Victory; Bridging Cradle Suplex Pin over “Mr. Danger” Duane Gill. 3:15

2. Angel of Death and Billy Travis; Double Count-Out during OOR Beawl. 4:18

3. Phil Hickerson; Big Powerslam Pin over Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe. 4:51

4. Cousin Luke pinned Savannah Jack. Luke reversed an attempted DDT Spray to eyes. 5:45

5. Brian Adidas Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Missing Link. Skandor Akbar distracted referee Chad Patton while The Punisher entered the ring. The Punisher missed with a Heart Punch hitting Link by mistake. 8:54

6. The Punisher; Heart Punch Pin over Tugboat Thomas. 6:35

7. WCCW Tag Team Title - The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton.Tommy Rogers) won by Count-Out over The Long Riders (Scott/Bill Irwin). Bill Irwin failed to make the count during OOR Action. 11:37

8. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Gino Hernandez beat Chris Adams. Missy Hyatt distracted referee Chad Patton while Jack Victory gave Gino Brass Nucks. Victory then entered the ring to help Gino tie Chris to the turnbuckle with the chain. They beat on Chris until blood flowed. By the time referee Chad Patton got back to business Chris was a bloody mess so the match was called in favor of Hernandez. 14:21
FrankC - Jul 09, 2011 - 09:44 AM
Post subject: WCCW 7-9
WCCW – World Class Wrestling – Tulsa Convention Center – Tulsa, OK Att: 8,894

Announcers; Mike Tenay and Gene Goodson


1. The Conquistadors (1 & 2) and The Superjocks (Super Mario Mancino/Ron “Jock” Ritchie); Time Limit Draw. 10:00

2. Johnny Mantel won by Count-Out over Al Madril. Madril failed to make the count during OOR Action. 4:09

3. Buddy Landel; Corkscrew Elbow Drop Pin over Brickhouse Brown who was distracted by Dawn Marie. 4:13

4. High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J.Peterson) won by DQ over Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato) after Kenny Casanova was caught by referee Bronko Lubich throwing salt to Peterson’s eyes. 5:54

5. Manny “The Bull” Fernandez; Flying Burrito (Flying Forearm) Pin over Gorgeous Gary Young. 6:52

6. Crusher Yukoff won by Count-Out over The Patriot. Playboy Gary Hart and Gorgeous Gary Young threw The Patriot into the TV Crew during OOR Action and he failed to make the count. 7:28

7. One Man Gang; 747 Splash pin over Iceman King Parsons after percy Pringle tripped Iceman into a corner setup. 8:51

8. TEXAS TITLE – Jeff Jarrett (Challenger) won by Count-Out over Dr. Tom Pritchard (Champion). During OOR Action Pritchard had a confrontation with The Patriot who was at the announcer’s table. It led to a Brawl. Referee Bronko Lubich call for the bell when Pritchard failed o make the count. Brother Love, the Doctor’s manager, kept yelling at The Patriot during the brawl; “I Looooove You.” 9:13 Tom Pritchard retains the Texas Title.
FrankC - Jul 10, 2011 - 10:14 AM
Post subject: WCCW 7-10
WCCW World Class Wrestling – Mid South Coliseum – Memphis, TN Att: 11,876

Announcers; Lance Russell and Steve Harms


1. Spike Huber; Hard hat Slam Pin over Pancho Villa Valdez. 2:24

2. Southern Justice (Mark Canterbury/Dennis Knight) beat Batten Brothers (Brad/Bart). Canterbury pinned Brad while Paul Jones Hel the Ropes for Leverage. 7:39

3. Teijo Kahn; Neckbreaker Pin over Terry Sims. 6:13 4. Sugar Skip Young pinned Hercules Hernandez after Brother Love hit Hercules by mistake with a Loaded Book of Love Poems. 5:37

5. Primetime Brian Lee pinned Brad Armstrong after Tammy Lynn Sytch slipped Primetime a roll of quarters. 8:52

6. Billy Jack and Rip “Crippler” Oliver; Double Count Out during OOR Brawl. 8:02

7. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts) won by Count-Out over The Von Erichs (Kevin/Kerry). Kerry failed to make the bell during OOR Action. 9:12

8. WCCW TV Title – Cowboy Scott Casey (Champion) and Cactus Jack Manson (Challenger); Double DQ. Referee Pee Wee Anderson couldn’t control the IR mayhem that included Sunshine and Skandor Akbar, Baseball Bats, Black Flag Spray, and a Tire Iron. This was ugly. 10:52 Cowboy Scott Casey retains the WCCW TV Title.
FrankC - Jul 11, 2011 - 07:29 AM
Post subject: WCCW 7-11
WCCW – World Class Wrestling – Reunion Arena – Dallas, TX Att: 18,964

Announcers; Bill Mercer and Marc Lowrence


1. Ed “Moondog” Moretti and Steve “Do It To It” Cox; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

2. Killer Tim Brooks; Elbow Smash Pin over Jimmy Jack Funk. 4:51

3. Bucket of Slop Match (A Bucket of Slop is placed in a Neutral Corner. The wrestler who gets to the bucket can use it to his advantage including dunking his opponent’s head into the slop.)

Plowboy Frazier and Bastian Booger; No Contest. This was way out of hand and ended with referee Slick Johnson having the bucket poured over his head. Booger did the pouring but Johnson couldn’t determine the culprit. He called the match. Frazier and Booger continued fighting through the stands and back to the locker area. 8:26

4. The Bezerker and Kendall Windham; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 5:09

5. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton/Dennis Condrey) beat The Simpsons ((Steve/Shaun). Condrey; Double Underhook Piledriver Pin over Steve after Jim Cornette smashed Steve with his Tennis Racket. 8:11

6. Great Kabuki pinned Sam Houston after a Playboy Gary Hart kick to the temple of Sam with a Loaded Boot. 7:38

7. Justin Hawk pinned Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin. Precious hit Jimmy by mistake with power to the face. 6:24

8. WCCW Heavyweight Title – Al Perez “The Latin Heartthrob” (Challenger) pinned David Von Erich (Champion) after Skandor Akbar Threw a Fireball. 9:42 Al Perez wins the WCCW Heavyweight Title.
droo - Jul 11, 2011 - 12:13 PM
Post subject: What Do You Think?
I've been following the write-ups for Ultra Quick Wrestling for a number of months, while getting my own federation up and running. To date, I've run perhaps 50 cards, with 7 or 8 matches per card. For my amusement, I've taken to writing re-caps of each card, using a purposefully snarky, smart-*** sort of style. I've enjoyed wrestling since the days I saw Bulldog Brower take on Sweet Daddy Siki at the War Memorial in Syracuse, but enjoy making fun of the wrestlers in what I hope is a harmless sort of way. I've added a couple of write-ups (out of sequence) just below. If anyone is interested, I'd be happy to publish more, but I don't want to offend anyone. Away we go ...

Salvaging what was the worst card in recent memory, Bruno Sammartino and the Barbarian wrestled an entertaining object match. Bruno got the duke, using a variety of fruits and vegetables to defeat the big man. “Wow, an exhausted Bruno said after the non-title encounter, “he’s a big, tough guy. I hit him with two bushels of eggplant, coupla pecks of onions and an ear of corn you-know-where, and he still wouldn’t go. I turned to Arnold and I says, “Arnie, run to my garden and grab all the lettuce I got. But by the time Arnie got back, I had won. You want some of this lettuce?” The Barbarian, also known as Sione Havea Vailahi (which is likely why he’s called The Barbarian) was disappointed in the match, “I thought object meant things like wrenches or chairs, maybe a crowbar or a sledgehammer … but this guy comes at me with a googootz. I didn’t know whether to hit him or turn him into a stew.”

Following the debacle at the Broome County Arena, the World Championship Wrestling Federation returned to Atlantic City, where the evening kicked off with Superstar Billy Graham defeating Barry O with his trademark bearhug. Superstar took a major step backwards when it was disclosed that his most recent drug screening tested positive for both anabolic steroids and suntan lotion.

Only under contract since yesterday, Blackjack Lanza intercepted Shawn Michaels as he headed to the ring to face Roadkill. Roadkill agreed to give his spot to Lanza, in exchange for two jars of Chief Jay Strongbow’s “Taste of Pawhuska” Spaghetti Sauce. As Blackjack returned from the locker room, sauce in hand, HBK tuned up the band and delivered some Sweet Chin Music to Lanza, spilling sauce all over the ring apron.

Sid Vicious tried to Pearl Harbor (nothing personal, Tanaka and Fuji. You too, Tajiri) Randy Savage during the Macho Man’s pre-match interview. However, Jerry Lynn was passing by with Haystacks Calhoun on their way to the “hospital” and foiled Psycho Sid’s plans. Not staying for the match, due to the urgent nature of their business at IHOP - the International Hospital of the Piedmont – they missed seeing Savage deliver the famed Macho Elbow to Sid’s jheri curl for the pinfall victory.

Anyways, you get the idea ...
Dave_Barton - Jul 11, 2011 - 03:01 PM
Post subject:
It made me LOL...reminds me of the some of the Headlies over at WrestleCrap, only geared more toward all generations of wrestling instead of just the WrestleMania era.

I'd like to read more.
FrankC - Jul 12, 2011 - 07:20 AM
Post subject: NWF 7-12
NWF Wrestling – Acton Fair – Acton, ME Att: 1,264

Announcers; Angelo Savoldi and Little Louie


1. Mainiac Robbie Ellis pinned Duke of Dorchester after shoving Cotton Candy in his face. 3:35

2. Tony Garea pinned Randy “Bounty” Hunter. Hunter had a container full of sauce from Big Daddy’s Bar-B-Q Vending booth. Garea reversed an attempted throw to face. 4:05 (Several Dogs entered the ring and licked the sauce from Bounty’s face and body.)

3. Terry Gibbs won by DQ over Tiger Chung Lee. Tiger got frustrated and socked referee Jack Mason then used a steel chair on Gibbs who was taken away on a stretcher. 5:52 Chants of “USA – USA” faded into silence and shock.

4. Tommy Lane; Jumping leg Drop Pin over Brooklyn Brawler. 5:26

5. Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jim Powers) and Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada); Time Limit Draw. 10:00

6. Dino Bravo won by DQ over Hillbilly Jim. Bravo had a sharp object that Jim blocked. Jim then used his trusty horseshoe to hit Bravo but referee Jack Mason caught him. 7:08

7. George “Animal” Steele; Hammerlock Submission over Soldat Gorky. 8:41
FrankC - Jul 13, 2011 - 07:31 AM
Post subject: NWF 7-13
NWF Wrestling – DeMarco’s – Staten Island, NY Att; 2,338

Announcers; Killer Kowalski and Chuck “Popeye” Richards


1. Butcher Vachon; Hangman’s Noose Submission over Rugged Reno Riggins. 3:39

2. Outback Jack and Macho Goldie Rogers; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

3. Swede Hansen and Salvatore Bellomo; Double Count Out during OOR Brawl. 5:36

4. Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr/Jumping Joe Savoldi) and Bowery Boys (Slip Durso/Killer Abby); Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 7:12

5. Iron Mike Sharp pinned Ken Patura. Patura brought a steel chair in the ring while referee Luscious Johnny Valiant was KO’d. Sharp had gotten a handful of sand and threw it in Patura’s face. 7:32

6. Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka; Superfly Splash Pin over Dutch Savage. 7:05

7. Baron Von Raschke won by DQ over King Kong Bundy. Bundy pulled a sharp hidden object from his boot. 10:52
FrankC - Jul 14, 2011 - 10:24 AM
Post subject: NWF 7-14
NWF Wrestling – Steel Valley YMCA – Midland PA Att; 1,096

Presented by; Rocca’s Hot Dogs and Haynes Super Service on WGPH TV – Channel 53 – Erie

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Stomper Guy Mitchell Referee; Izzy Moidel


1. Maniac Mike Conrad; Sin City Slam Pin over Sodbuster Kenny Jay. 5:03

2. Playboy Buddy Rose and “The Judge” Johnny Furr; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 5:21

3. Charlie Fulton; Knee Drop to Throat Pin over Mario Mancini. 5:14

4. Dr. D. David Shultz; Flying Corkscew Elbow Pin over Jumping Johnny DeFazio. 6:09

5. Steve “O” (Osonoski); Dropkick Pin over Beautiful Bruce Swayze. 8:53

6. Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake) beat Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs). Blake Roll-Up pin over Embry while Eric was being distracted by an elderly woman. 9:34

7. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell pinned Maniac Matt Borne using a Foreign Object for a smack to the chops. 7:37
FrankC - Jul 15, 2011 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: NWF 7-15
NWF Wrestling – Universal – The Dome – Doncaster, UK Att: 1,576

Presented by; The Crooked Billet and Pure Heaven Chocolate Fountain on Yorkshire Television LTD

Announcers; Les Kellert and Mr TV Jackie Pallo Referee; Jeff kaye


1. Dirty Danny Collins and Brian “Butcher” Costello; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 3:15

2. Dave “Fit” Finley pinned Lee “Cat” Wong while Princess Paula Held the Ropes for Leverage. 5:35

3. Mighty Chang; Oriental Spike Submission over Nobleman Joe Turko. 4:09

4. High Flyers (Jumping Jim Brunzell/Greg Gagne) beat Double XX. Brunzell; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over X-2. 8:12

5. Frank “Chic” Cullen won by DQ over Rene Goulet. Goulet tried to enter the ring with a trash can. 5:31

6. Exotic Adrian Street pinned Vic Faulker after Miss Linda sprayed perfume to the eyes. 8:37

7. Skull Murphy pinned Otto Wanz after Peggy lee Leathers crowned Otto with a Gong-Bell. 8:25
FrankC - Jul 16, 2011 - 06:48 AM
Post subject: NWF 7-16
NWF Wrestling – Zanesville PAC – Zanesville, OH Att: 1,498

Presented by; Steak N’ Shake and Adornetto’s on WHIZ TV Channel 18

Announcers; Slick Mick Karch and Gorilla Monsoon


1. Corporal Kirshner; Diving Knee Drop Pin over Dirty Don Serrano. 3:55

2. Paul LeDuc pinned Rusty Brooks after getting Rusty’s Hidden Foreign Object and using it for the KO. 6:47

3. Gino Brito won by DQ over Jamming Joe Mirto. Mirto tried to enter the ring with a chair. 4:36

4. Friar Ferguson; Loaded Good Book Smash Pin over The Tonga Kid. 5:51

5. Victor Riviera pinned Dirty Dutch Mantel after a Reverse Chair Shot. 4:35

6. U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo/Barry Windham) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Windham; Bulldog Pin over Spot. 10:42

7. Larry Zbyszko and B.Brian Blair; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 7:38
FrankC - Jul 17, 2011 - 07:50 AM
Post subject: NWF 7-17
NWF Wrestling – St. Cloud B & W Club – St Cloud, MN Att; 982

Bought to you by Rooster’s Sports Bar & Grill and The Dawgpound Deli 0n KPXM TV Channel 40

Announcers; Al DeRusha and Killer Karl Kox


1. Playboy Buddy Rose; Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) Pin over The Columbus Clubber Frankie Williams. 3:31

2. Jean Pierre Lafitte; Le Cannonball Pin over Bob “Cat” Bradley. 4:37

3. Baron Mikel Scicluna; Foreign Object Smash Pin over Mr. Danger Duane Gill. 5:45

4. The Conquistadors won by Count-Out of Masters of Disaster (Duke Myers/Kerry Brown). Duke Myers failed to make the bell during OOR Action. 8:09

5. Tony Atlas and Big Bully Busick; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 7:01

6. Adrian Adonis; Smash with Biker Chain Pin over S.D. Special Delivery Jones. 7:25

7. Big John Studd; Reverse Bear Hug Submission over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. 6:14
FrankC - Jul 18, 2011 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: SWF 7-18
SWF Wrestling – Annandle B & G Club – Springfield,VA Att: 1,096

Sponsored by Alam Inc and the 1320 Club on WTVR Channel 6 Richmond

Announcers; Tom Miller and Billy Powell Referee; Johnny Eagles


1. Bugsy McGraw; The Splash Pin over Bull Pain. 4:51

2. Bodyguard Don Bass won by Count-Out over Mike Graham. Graham failed to make the count during OOR Action. 4:43

3. Hacksaw Butch Reed; Flying Shoulder Block Pin over The Black Baron. 3:49

4. Ron Simmons; Dominator (Inverted Front Power Slam) Pin over Leatherface. 5:02

5. Zambaui Express (Kareem Muhammed/Elijah Akeem) beat State Patrol (Sgt. Buddy lee parker/Lt. James Earl Wright). Elijah Akeem pinned Lt. James Earl Wright after a Smash to an Exposed Turnbuckle thanks to Kareem. 9:14

6. Dirty Dick Slater won by Count-Out over Norman the Lunatic. Narman failed to make the count during OOR Action. 8:53

7. Bob Orton Jr. won by DQ over Abdullah the Butcher. Referee Johnny Eagles caught Abdullah with a Sharp Object. 9:18
FrankC - Jul 20, 2011 - 07:08 AM
Post subject: SWF 7-20
SWF Wrestling – Pike County Fair – Pikesville, KY Att 1,088

Sponsored by Gati’s and Dorsie’s Dairy Bar on WTHL Chan 11 Johnson City, TN

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Bob Dalton


1. Kentucky Cowbell Match – Cowboy Parker pinned Bunkhouse Buck. Buck Leaped from the ropes and Parker lifted the cowbell and Buck smash his forehead into it. 6:32

2. Maha Singh and Jim Grabmire; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

3. Scot McGhee; Aerial Attack Pin over Johnny K-9. 4:03

4. Hustler Rip Rogers used a Foreign Object to pin King Tonga. 6:41

5. Kendo Nagasaki; Samauri Nerve Hold Submission over The Beast Man. 4:42

6. The Brainbusters (Arn Anderson/Tully Blanchard) won by Count-Out over the Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr). Pez failed to make the count during OOR Action. 7:33

7. Terry Taylor; Flying Forearm Pin over Maddog Buzz Sawyer during confusion in the ring cause by Maha Singh. 8:45
FrankC - Jul 21, 2011 - 08:05 AM
Post subject: SWF 7-21
SWF Wrestling – Cheatham County Fair – Ashland City, TN Att; 1,496

Sponsored by The Mad Platter and Whitt’s Barbecue on WBIR Channel 10 Knoxville

Announcers; Ed Capral and Eddie Graham Special Referee Dr. Bill Miller


1. The Devil’s Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) beat The Wolfpack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe). Doug Vines; Doubleteam DDT over Dusty Wolfe. 6:45

2. Stan Vachon won by Count-Out over Big Bad John who failed to make the count during OOR Acion. 3:40

3. DOG COLLAR MATCH (To determine the best of the Canines) – Moondog Lonnie Mayne pinned Wolfman Smith after tying him in the corner with the leash, beating him to a pulp, dragging Wolfman to the dog food and rubbing his face in it. 6:59

4. The Dream; Vicious Kick to the Family Jewels Pin over Fabulous Randy Mulkey. 3:14

5. Hacksaw Jim Duggan pinned Dr Jerry Brown after reversing a Foreign Object attempt. 4:28

6. Dick Murdock; Brainbuster Pin over Leaping Lanny Poffo. 8:54

7. The Briscos (Jack/Jerry) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Jack pinned Jim after Ken missed with a Biker Chain Smash and hit Jim by mistake. 10:31
FrankC - Jul 22, 2011 - 07:43 AM
Post subject: SWF
SWF Wrestling – Macon County Fair – Franklin, NC Att; 1,572

Sonsored by; Fat Buddies BBQ Ribs and Cash’s Smoke House on WETV Channel 3 – Charlotte

Announcers; Bob Caudle and Tough Tony Borne Referee; Billy Spears

1. Rip Morgan; Crown with Object* Pin over Sgt. Frank Holz 3:47 *A tray of Candy Apples.

2. Big Red Reese; Holy Ghost Splash Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 3:14

3. Desperados (Black Bart/Ron Bass) beat The Mulkey’s (Bill/Randy). Ron Bass; Inverted Suplex Pin over Randy. 6:39

4. Mr. Pogo pinned Cowboy Tony Falk after Throwing Salt to the Eyes. 4:12

5. Junkyard Dog; The Thump (Running Power Slam) Pin over Bullman Downs. 5:25

6. The Spoiler won by DQ over Crazy Luke Graham. Luke was caught with a Sharp Object. 6:28

7. Siegfried Stanke; Top Rope Knee Drop Pin over Ted DiBiase after Stanke KO’d Ted with the Gong Bell. 8:35
FrankC - Jul 24, 2011 - 01:18 PM
Post subject: SWF 7-24
SWF Wrestling – Red, White & Blue Hometown Celebration Fair – East Point, GA Att: 2, 518

Sponsored by Carino’s and The Wing Depot on Superstation WTBS TV Channel 11 - Atlanta

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Buddy Colt


1. Roger Kirby; The Piledriver Pin over L.D. Lewis. 3:53

2. “Continental Lover” Eddie Mansfield; Illegal Choke Pin over Ron Ritchie. 3:47

3. Johnny “Crash” Rich; Flying Elbow Pin over “Two Gun” Poncho Rosario. 4:21

4. Beastmaster Rick Link; Forearm to Throat Submission over Black Magic Norman Smiley. 5:18

5. Boris Zuchoffe pinned Jos LeDuc after Nikita Breznikov hit Jos with a Flag Pole. 5:52

6. Magnificent Don Muraco; Figure Four Submission over Colonel DeBeers after a Reverse with Pepper Spray. 6:04

7. Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn/Stan Lane) and The Infernos; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 9:17
FrankC - Jul 25, 2011 - 09:40 AM
Post subject: SWF 7-25
SWF Wrestling – Harborside Event Center – Ft. Myers, FL Att; 2764

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary on WXLT-TV Channel 40 – Sarasota


1. Tim Hoerner and Wildman Mike Boyette; Double Count-Out during OOR Action 3:25

2. Gorgeous George South pinned Dusty Wolfe after a KO with a Sneaky Foreign Object. 4:15

3. Wildcat Wendell Cooley won by DQ over Tough Tony DiPaulo. Tough Tony tried to enter the ring with a trash can. 5:27

4. Krusher Khrushev; Crowbar (Single Leg Boston Crab) Submission over Tank Patton. 4:33

5. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) beat The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Butch; Smash with Flag Pin over Jim Grabmire. 6:29

6. Masked Superstar and Big Bill Dromo; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

7. LUMBERJACK MATCH – The Ring is surrounded with wrestlers from tonight’s card.

Blackjack Mulligan pinned Blackjack Slade. During a time that Slade was thrown out of the ring, he got into a beef with Wendell Cooley about how he was being shoved back into the ring. Slade grabbed a Metal Chair. Tim Hoerner reversed the move and Slade was crowned with the chair and thrown back in the ring. A melee broke out with The Sheepherders having a grand old time. It was like an Asylum of loose patients. 9:35
FrankC - Jul 26, 2011 - 08:57 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-26
ECW Wrestling at The Great Hotdog Safari – Suffolk Downs – East Boston, MA Att: 2,956

Announcers; Joey Styles and Dusty Rhodes broadcast on WHDH-TV Channel 38

1. F.B.I. Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mariana) and Bad St Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews); No Contest. Both teams were fighting into the midway and had to be subdued by security. Referee Bart Gunn called the match. 7:04

2. Mikey Whipwreck; Whippersnapper (Diving Jaw Breaker) Pin over Jason Knight. 4:39

3. Dudley Dudley pinned Chris Hamrick after Joel Gertner held the Ropes for Leverage. 5:37

4. Tracy Smothers (Little Don) pinned J.T. Smith while Sal E, Graziano held J.T.’s legs down. 5:53

5. Stunning Steve Austin won by Count-Out over Simon Diamond. During OOR Action Austin dumped a cart of Shield’s Hot Dogs on Simon who couldn’t make the count. 7:02

6. Rhyno; GORE (Striking Spear) Pin over Chris Candido. Tommy Lynn Sytch tried to interfere but added confusion that set up Chris. 7:15

7. BARBED WIRE MATCH – Terry Funk pinned Damien Kane. Terry slammed Damien’s bloody face into the Barbed Corner Post and then he performed the Funker (Stunner). 13:46
FrankC - Jul 27, 2011 - 12:23 PM
Post subject: ECW 7-27
ECW Wrestling – Jones Beach, Long Island, NY Att: 3,122

Announcers; Jim Cornette and Don Callis Referee; Virgil

MSG Network sponsored by The Boardwalk Café


1. The Intruder pinned D.C. Drake after stealing Sinister Minister’s Loaded Good Book and using it for the KO. 4:35

2. Kid Kash Dead level (Brainbuster) Pin over Rooster Griffin. 3:29

3. Johnny Swinger pinned Hugh Murrus after Victoria sprayed perfume to Hugh’s eyes. 5:41

4. Skinner; Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) Pin over Steve Corino while Steve was conferring with Prodigette. 5:57

5. Bad Breed (Ian/Axl Rotten) and Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 8:42

6. The Sandman and Chris Jericho; Double DQ. All Hell broke loose that included Kim Nielson (Jerich’s mng.) and Alexandra York (Sandman’s mng.) throwing chairs. Referee Virgil called for the bell to end the match. 9:18

7. ECW TV TITLE – Louie Spicoli (Challenger); Spicoli Driver (Death Valley Driver) Pin over Rockin’ Reble (Champion). Louie Spicoli win the ECW TV Title. 7:52
FrankC - Jul 28, 2011 - 09:52 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-28
ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att: 4,168

Sponsored by Nathan’s Finest and Footprints Cafe on MSG Network

Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner Referee; Donna Christianello


1. Tony Devito pinned E.Z. Money. E.Z. was distracted by L.S.D. (Little Spike) and got Rolled-Up. 3:47

2. Sal E. Graziano pinned Rochester Roadblock after Tony Mariana put a rag of ether to Roadblock’s face while Little Guido distracted Referee Donna Christianello. 6:04

3. Chris Cheti; Amityville Horror (Samoan Driver) Pin over Rugged Reno Riggins. 4:42

4. LSD (Little Spike Dudley won by DQ over Sid Vicious when Downtown Bruno entered the ring with a Sharp Object. 7:04

5. Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray/D-Von) and Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas/Phil Lafon); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 8:56

6. CHAIN MATCH (Like Brass Nucks but with a Chain) – Cactus Jack pinned C.W. Anderson after a Full Smash to the Groin with the Chain causing C.W. to keel over in agony. 9:55

7. ECW TAG TITLE – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) (Champions) beat Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray) (Challengers). Perry Saturn pinned Stevie Ray after Sherri sprayed perfume to Stevie’s eyes by mistake. 9:39 The Eliminators retain the ECW Tag Title.
droo - Jul 28, 2011 - 11:37 AM
Post subject:
Absolutely love your write-ups, Frank. I had one question for you - when I read your summaries, I occasionally notice a wrestler for which I have no card and for which Jeff doesn't seem to have a season (Stevie Ray and Hugh Murrus just to name a couple from the past two days). Do you make these yourself, or did I miss something that is available online or from Jeff? There are a few guys - like Magnum TA and Buff Bagwell - that I would like to incorporate but can't find. I've tweaked charts and added a couple of my own, but haven't had the know how (or nerve) to build an individual card.

Thanks,
Andy
FrankC - Jul 28, 2011 - 05:06 PM
Post subject: wrestlers
I am not sure where I got the original numbers. I go back to Jeff's original sets but I am still not sure. If you want the numbers I will send them to you.

Stevie Ray - 1/2 of the Harlem Heat went by the name Kane. I use the Stevie Ray name to keep from confusing him with the 2nd and more popular Kane.

Hugh Murrus went by the name Crash the Terminator in most Feds.

Magnum TA and Buff (The Handsome Stranger) are important to their Feds. Magnum for his marvelous future that was cut short and Buff because of his tag ability (5 time tag champion)

My e-mail is FDCoutinho@aol.com
FrankC - Jul 29, 2011 - 09:03 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-29
[b]ECW Wrestling – Prince George’s County Fair – Upper Marlboro, MD Att: 3,312[/b)

Sponsored by Casablanca Café & Deli and Sweet Tooth Bakery on Philadelphia Sports Channel

Announcers; Kevin Sullivan and Rockin Robin Referee; Bullet Bob Armstrong


1. Larry Winters; Cannonball Splash Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 3:47

2. 911 won by Count-Out over “Mr. Danger” Duane Gill when Gill’s head was split open on a slam to the iron steps and he was unable to return to the ring. 4:06

3. Broad St. Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Hitman Tony Stetson) beat Top Guns ((Ricky Rice/John Paul). Johnny Hotbody; Missile Dropkick Pin over John Paul during a vicious doubleteam. 8:05

4. Max Payne; Wallapalooza Pin over Amish Roadkill after slamming Roadkill’s head to an exposed turnbuckle. 5:48

5. The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs) beat KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush). Saggs over Crush after Downtown Bruno handed Knobbs a roll of quarters. Knobbs reached in the ring for the KO. 9:36

6. Mike Awesome pinned Al Snow after a Smash to the Skull with a phone by Paul Hayman. 7:41

7. HARDCORE TITLE (Fall Counts Anywhere) - Prince Albert (Challenger) pinned Ironman Tommy Cairo (Champion) on the Midway near the Jerry’s Pizza Stand. 15:16 Prince Albert wins the ECW Hardcore Title.
FrankC - Jul 30, 2011 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-30
ECW Wrestling – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,344

Sponsored by Brick City Bar & Grill and Hell’s Kitchen Lounge on WGTW TV –Channnel 48 – Philadelphia

Announcers; Paul Hayman and Jerry Lawler Referee; Bugsy McGraw


1. Angel and Barry Horowitz; Doubvle Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 3:12

2. Papa Shango; Voo Doo Breaker (Shoulder) Pin over Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster. 4:27

3. Gangrel; Impaler DDT Pin over Van Hammer. 5:03

4. Headhunters (A & B) won by Count-Out over Boogie Knights (Sal Sincere/Disco Inferno). Disco inferno failed to make the count during OOR Action. 8:10

5. Jerry Lynn won by DQ over Justin Credible. Justin attacked Lynn with a Kendo Stick. 5:48

6. Eddie Gilbert pinned Tommy Dreamer after Throwing a Fireball. 8:33

7. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – Balz Mahoney pinned Big Dick Dudley after spliting his head open with a smash. Big Dick Dudley was blinded by his own blood. 11:23
FrankC - Jul 31, 2011 - 07:46 AM
Post subject: ECW 7-31
ECW Wrestling – Viking Hall – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,798 WPPX TV Channel 61

Announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus Referee; Mike Adamie


1. Mr. Hughes; Sit-Out Powerbomb Pin over Hack Meters. 3:12

2. Vic Grimes; Roll-Up Pin over Crowbar (Devon Storm). Storm was being harassed by some fans and turned his back. 4:06

3. The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed) beat BWO – Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards). Mustafa Saed; Shot with a Baseball Bat Pin over Blue Meanie. 9:41

4. TABLE MATCH – Danny Doring pinned Sabu. Sabu was about to leap when Angelica (Lita) reached up and squeezed his groin pearls. Sabu fell in pain through 4 tables. 13:26

5. Raven; Even Flow DDT Pin over Nova after Alexis laree gave Raven a Roll of Coins for a Jaw Smash. 6:21

6. Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge/Rocco Rock) beat The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull Stamboli/Big Vito Lograsso). Johnny Grunge pinned Johnny the Bull after Sal E. Graziano peeled the stuffing on the turnbuckle for the Bull’s use. Johnny Grunge turned the tables and used the Exposed Turnbuckle for the KO. 8:35

7. ECW TITLE – Rob Van Dam (Champion) won by Count-Out over Shane Douglas (Challenger). During OOR Action Francine tried to smash a tray over Rob’s head but hit Shane. The dizzy Douglas failed to make the count. 8:49 Rob Van dam retains the ECW Title.
FrankC - Aug 01, 2011 - 07:20 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-1
WCCW Wrestling – Larry Haik’s AA – Pearl River, LA Att; 1,426

Sponsored by Mama’s Kitchen and Smoothie Licious Café on WUPL Channel 54 – Slidell

Announcers; David Penzer and Joe Pedicino Referee; Jose Lothario


1. Rip “Crippler” Oliver won by Count-Out over Skip Young. Skip failed to make the count during OOR Action. 3:56

2. Killer Tom Brooks; Texas Elbow Smash Pin over Rooster Griffin. 4:05

3. Sam Houston pinned Bruiser Bedlam after reversing an Exposed Turnbuckle. 4:52

4. The Batten Brothers (Brad/Bart) beat Intercontinental Noblemen (Joe Turko/Macho Goldie Rogers). Bart; Double Elbow Drop Pin over Goldie Rogers. 6:02

5. Brad Armstrong won by DQ over Kamala the Ugandan Giant. Kamala’s trainer Friday attacked Armstrong and referee Jose Lothario with his Tamer Stick. 7:41

6. Gentleman Chris Adams; Super Kick Pin over Teijo Kahn. 8:38
FrankC - Aug 02, 2011 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-2
WCCW Wrestling – Seven Corners RFC –Des Peres, MO Att: 1,372

Sponsored by Citizen Kane’s Steak House and Jimmy John’s on KPLR-TV Channel 11

Announcers; Cowboy Bill Watt and Frank Dusek Referee; Ralph Pulley


1. Jack Victory and Johnny Mantel; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 3:38

2. Kendall Windham and Mike “Hammer” Reed; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

3. Cousin Luke won by DQ over Bastian Booger after Booger threw refereeRalph Pulley out of the ring. 3:23

4. The High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J. Peterson) beat the Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). D.J. Peterson; TNT (Diving Shoulder Bock) Pin over Cowboy Parker. 7:49

5. One Man Gang pinned The Patriot. Percy Pringle hit The Patriot with a bottle of Captain Morgan. 8:04

6. Gino Hernandez pinned Manny “The Bull” Fernandez. Gino grabbed Sunshine and Manny tried to protect her. In the process The Bull turned his back to Gino who used the Gong Bell then threw Manny back in the ring. 8:47
FrankC - Aug 03, 2011 - 07:16 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-3
WCCW Wrestling – Morrison’s AC – Tahlequah, OK Att:1,292

Sponsored by K.C. Harris Burgers and Love’s Travel Shop on KOTV – Channel 6 – Tulsa

Announcers; Johnny Weaver and Bill Cardille Referee; Bronko Lubich


1. Plowboy Frazier; Standing Splash Pin over Jimmy Jack Funk. 4:36

2. Billy Travis; B.T. Express Pin over Marvelous Mitch Ryder. 3:21

3. Brian Adidas and Bull Pain; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 4:53

4. Gorgeous Gary Young; Scorpion Death Lock Submission over Rocky Stone. 3:59

5. The Bezerker won by Count-Out over Justin Hawk after throwing him head first onto the concrete. Justin failed to make the bell. 10:57

6. Southern Justice (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger) beat The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun). Shanghai; Reverse DDT Pin over Shaun after Tex reached in with an illegal choke hold. 9:28
FrankC - Aug 04, 2011 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-4
WCCW Wrestling – Los Potrillo’s ACC – Plainview, TX Att: 1,298

Sponsored by Chubby’s and Bill’s Jumbo Burger on KTTX – TV Dallas

Announcers; Mike Tenay and Rufus Jones Referee; Ralph “Pee Wee” Anderson


1. Dirty White Boy Tony Anthony and “Do It To It” Steve Cox; Double Count Out during OOR Action. 4:19

2. Hollywood John Tatum; Superkick Pin over Johnny Rodz. 5:16

3. Tuboat Thomas won by Count-Out over The Assassin John Saxon. Tugboat threw The Assassin through a pop corn machine and Saxon couldn’t make it back to the ring. 6:02

4. Crusher Yurkoff pinned Brickhouse Brown after Several Vicious Eye Rakes. 5:35

5. Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin/Koko B. Ware) and Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato); Time Limit Draw. 10:00

6. Lord Humongous pinned Jeep Swenson using a Sneaky Foreign Object for the KO. 8:12
FrankC - Aug 05, 2011 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: WCCW 8-5
WCCW Wrestling – Finny County Fair – Garden City, KS Att:1,886

Sponsored by Plank’s BBQ and Herb’s carry Out on KSNG-TV Channel 16

Announcers; Gene Gooden and Dan Coates Referee; Tony Rocco


1. Spike Huber won by Count-Out over Al Madril during OOR Action 4:39

2. Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe pinned Savannah Jack. Jack missed on a Suicide Dive. 4:36

3. Cactus jack Manson; Double Arm DDT Pin over Trooper Frank Holz. 5:42

4. Ed “Moondog” Moretti; Gourd Buster Pin over Kelly Kiniski. 4:56

5. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) beat The Mulkey’s (Bill/Randy). Don Harris; H Bomb (Double Belly to Back Suplex) Pin over Billy Mulkey. 5:42

6. Angel of Death pinned Kerry Von Erich after Missy Hyatt gave Angel Brass Nucks to use for the KO. 8:43
FrankC - Aug 06, 2011 - 12:29 PM
Post subject: NWF Rankings 8-6
Alongs the Ropes - Fingers Freemont

Wrestling Digest's rankings for August show some change but not in the champion's belts except for the UK and International. Ivan Putski, Supersar Graham and Jimmy Valiant have all managed to hold their gold. Graham is having the most difficult time and will once again have to face Hulk Hogan. Ivan Putski will have a test when he faces the hated Iron Sheik and Jimmy Valiant will try to halt Jean Pierre Lafitte's winning streak and add to his own unbelievable hold on the Intercontinental Title. Tommy lane will face the Brooklyn Brawler for the TV Title in what is becoming an interesting list of wanting opponenets.

Giant haystacks will try to squeeze the International belt fom Mighty John Quinn while the popular Frank "Chic" Cullen will challenge The dispised Rollerball Rocco who holds the UK Belt.

In the Tag scene the champion Hart Foundation of Brett and Jim Niedhart, now hearing cheers, will have their hans full with the Wild Samoans of Afa and Sika. This will be tough.



Wrestling Digest’s NWF Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 5-8

NWF Champion – Ivan Putski

1. Bob Backlund

2. Ivan Koloff

3. Iron Sheik

4. Rick Martel

5. The Sheik

AWA Champion – Superstar Graham

1. Hulk Hogan

2. King Kong Bundy

3. Tito Santana

4. Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell

5. Mr. Woderful Paul Orndorff

Intercontinental Champion – Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant

1. Jean Pierre Lafitte

2. Rowdy Roddy Piper

3. Rocky Johnson

4. Larry Zbyszko

5. Gino Brito

NWF TV Title – Vacant

1. Brooklyn Brawler

2. Dirty Duttch Mantel

3. Tommy Lane

4. Big Bully Busick

5. Tony Garea

NWF Tag Title – Hart Foundation (Brett Hart/Jim Niedhart) combined weight 516 lbs

1. Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) weight 650 lbs

2. Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) weight 514 lbs

3. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) weight 623 lbs

4. British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid) weight 475 lbs

5. High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jumping Jim Brunzell) weight 454 lbs

NWF International Title – Mighty John Quinn

UK Title - Rollerball Rocco

1. Otto Wanz

2. Skull Murphy (UK)

3. Giant Haystacks

4. Tony St. Clair

5. Vic Faulkner



Most Admired

1. Jimmy “Boogie Valiant

2. Gino Brito

3. Rick Martel

4. Baron Von Raschke

5. Superfly Snuka

Most Hated

1. Iron Sheik

2. King Kong Bundy

3. Superstar Graham

4. Jerry “Crusher Blacwell

5. Friar Ferguson
FrankC - Aug 06, 2011 - 04:23 PM
Post subject: SWF Rankings 8-6
Fingers Freemont – Wrestling Digest

Sgt. Slaughter is not only the NWA Champion but he is also the Most Hated. That is quite a tribute. He will have to face Hacksaw Jim Duggan. Duggan though not breaking the top 5 rating has been impressive. Wahoo McDaniel carries not only the Florida Belt but popularity to boot. He will be facing the tough Masked Superstar. Not an easy task. Austin Idol is becoming a legend in the Southern area. Mr. Wrestling II will try and put a dent in the egotistical woman’s dream. The Dream is gearing up for his chance at the TV Title owned by Don Kernodle. Kernodle will have to keep an eye on AOD as the buzz around the ring. The Nightmares have been impressive but going for the gold against Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze will be a tall order.


Wrestling Digest’s SWF Wresting Ratings - Official Ratings as of 8-6

NWA Champion – Sgt. Slaughter

1. Crazy Luke Graham

2. Nikita Koloff

3. Ric Flair

4. Bruiser Brody

5. Great Mephisto

Florida Champion – Wahoo McDonald

1. Masked Superstar

2. Seigfried Stanke

3. Dirty Dick Slater

4. Terry Funk

5. Bugsy McGraw

Southern Champion – Austin Idol

1. Rip Morgan

2. Bob Orton Jr.

3. Kendo Nagasaki

4. Mr. Wrestling II

5. Colonel DeBeers

SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle

1. Beautiful Beauregarde

2. Maha Singh

3. Buckhouse Buck

4. Butcher Brannigan

5. The Dream (Mike Davis)

SWF Tag Title – Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) weight 527 lbs.

1. The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne) weight 430 lbs

2. Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk) 575 lbs

3. Devil’s Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) 475 lbs

4. Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn/Stan Lane) 455 lbs

5. Zamboui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem) 660 lbs





Most Admired

1. Ted DiBiase

2. Bruiser Brody

3. Tommy Rich

4. Mr. Wrestling II

5. Wahoo McDaniel

Most Hated

1. Sgt. Slaughter with The Grand Wizard

2. The Sheepherders with Lord Jonathan Boyd

3. Rip Morgan with Lord Jonathan Boyd

4. Great Mephisto with Shalina

5. Army of Darkness with Luna Vachon
MKABear - Aug 06, 2011 - 09:56 PM
Post subject:
I love when the ratings come out!!!!

Handsome Jimmy and Austin Idol continuing to hold titles don't hurt, but this is A1 kind of stuff, Frank!

Thanks!
FrankC - Aug 08, 2011 - 07:35 AM
Post subject: WCCW (8-8)
WCCW Wrestling – Benton County Fair – Ashland, MS Att; 1,404

Sponsored by The Rib Shack and Little Dooey’s on WBII-TV Channel 20

Announcers; Marc Lowrance and Jan Sheridan Referee; Mike Pappas


1. Mark Youngblood; Tomahawk Chops Pin over Mr. Superb (Steve Doll). 4:34

2. Buddy Landel and Terry Sims; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

3. Ravishing Randy Rose won by DQ over Pancho Villa Valdez. Valdez attacked Referee Mike Pappas with a chair. 4:19

4. Phil Hickerson; Big Powerslam Pin over Tough Tony Leone. 3:52

5. Long Riders (Scott/Bill Irwin) beat Double XX (X-1/X-2). Scott Irwin; Superplex Pin over X-2. 8:26

6. Missing Link won by Count-Out over Bill Jack. During OOR Action Phil Hickerson, who was at the announcer’s table grabbed Billy. It turned into a brawl and Billy failed to make the bell. 8:42
FrankC - Aug 10, 2011 - 06:27 AM
Post subject: NWF 8-10
NWF Wrestling – “Mayhem on Long Island” – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY Att: 16,234

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Pat Patterson


1. Tommy “Poison” Ivey; Ozark Leglock Submission over Jake “The Milkman” Milliman. 6:03

2. Pretty Boy Larry Sharp and Salvatore Bellomo; Double Count-Out while Fighting into the Crowd. 4:38

3. Kevin Kelly; Good-Bad & Ugly Bulldog Pin over Outback Jack. 6:15

4. Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs) won by Count-Out over The Conquistadors. Conquistador #1 failed to make the bell during OOR Action. 7:05

5. Hillbilly Jim; Big Leg Drop Pin over Iron Mike Sharp. 5:38

6. King Kong Bundy and Big John Studd; Double DQ. The match got out of hand when Bobby Heenan and Hillbilly Jim, who was at ringside entered the ring. Heenan had a chair and Hillbilly Jim retaliated with a horseshoe. Referee Fred Atlins had enough and called the match. 14:24

7. Rocky Johnson won by DQ over The Sheik. The Sheik was caught stabbing Johnson with a pencil. 8:37

8. Intercontinental Title – Jean Pierre Lafitte (challenger) pinned Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant (Champion) after smash him to the temple with a Bag of “Pieces of Eight.” Jean Pierre Lafitte wins the Intercontinental Belt. 12:39
MKABear - Aug 10, 2011 - 07:35 AM
Post subject:
16,234 people saw petite lafitte sock The Boogie Woogie man with a bag of coins, The only person who didn't is the referee. The same referee who slow counted on three 5-second pins Valiant had earlier.

This was a disgrace to the fine name of wrestling. If the New York State Athletic Commission doesn't investigate this, you'll know how far the corruption goes!
FrankC - Aug 11, 2011 - 07:54 AM
Post subject: NWF 8-11
NWF Wrestling – Cumberland County Civic Center – Portland, ME Att: 10,566

“Duel in the Old Port”

Announcers; Sandy Scott and Stomper GuyMitchell


Pre Show Match - “America’s Sexiest Canvasman” Robby Ellis used the Ropes to Pin Rene Goulet. 5:18

1. Butcher Vachon; Hangman’s Noose Submission over Sodbuster Kenny Jay. 5:02

2. Corporal Kirshner; Diving Knee Drop Pin over Friar Ferguson. 3:39

3. Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr/Jumping Joe Savoldi) beat Bowery Boys (Slip Durso/Killer Abby). Savoldi; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over Killer Abby. 6:21

4. Playboy Buddy Rose won by Count-Out over B. Brian Blair. Dirty Dutch Mantel, at ringside, used Shoo Baby (whip) as a lasso to hold Blair back and not make the bell. 4:42

5. Nikolai Volkoff pinned Dirty Dutch Mantel. Dutch made a head 1st dive and missed falling to the cement below and getting KO’d. Nikolai threw him back in the ring.

6. Tito Santana pinned Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorf after Sherri martel missed with the Gong Bell hitting Ordorff by mistake. 9:26

7. STEEL CAGE MATCH – Ivan Koloff beat George “Animal” Steele. Animal was at the top of the cage and slipped to come crashing down to the canvas. Ivan climbed to the escape win. 12:39

8. NWF TAG TITLE – The Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) (Challengers) beat Hart Foundation (Brett/Jim Neidhart) (Champions). Afa pinned Brett after Capt. Lou Albano hit Brett with a tire iron. 10:06 The Wild Samoans win the NWF Tag Title.
FrankC - Aug 12, 2011 - 07:26 AM
Post subject: NWF 8-12
NWF Wrestling – Cincinnati Gardens – Cincinnati, OH Att: 11,494

“Ohio River Rumble”

Announcers; Bruno Sammartino and Red Ryan


Pre Match – Jumping Johnny DeFazio; Flying Dropkick Pin over Rusty Brooks. 4:39

1. Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma beat The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Jim Powers; Running power Slam Pin over Blake. 6:15

2. Steve “O” won by Count Out over Big Bully Busick during OOR Action. 3:41

3. The Tonga Kid; High Flying Body press Pin over Charlie Fulton. 5:16

4. NWF TV Title – Brooklyn Brawler Steve Lombardi pinned RPM Tommy Lane after a smash to the skull with a Hidden Blackjack. 7:32 Brooklyn Brawler wins the NWF TV Title.

5. Mongolian Stomper and Earthquake Ferris; Double Count Out during OOR Brawl. 4:05

6. Adrian Adonis; Hit with Biker Chain Pin over Jimmy Superfly Snuka after Percy Pringle threw a cup of beer into Jimmy’s face. 8:28

7. Larry Zbyszko pinned Bob Backlund after Jim Cornette threw larry some Brass Nucks for the smash to the jaw. 9:12

8. U.S. Express (Barry Windham/Mike Rotundo) beat Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Mr. Saito). Rotundo over Saito after Mr. Fuji threw Salt to the Eyes and hit Mr. Saito by mistake. 13:51
FrankC - Aug 13, 2011 - 08:07 AM
Post subject: NWF 8-13
NWF – International Wrestling – Earl’s Court – London, England Att: 17,878

“Sizzler Slam in London”

Announcers; Ken Walton and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo


1. Johnny Kidd; Bedford Brainbuster Pin over Highlander Drew McDonald. Dudley Gillingham threw salt but the move backfired and he hit Drew’s eyes by mistake. 5:13

2. Vic Faulkner; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over Dave “Fit” Finley. 4:39

3. Dirty Danny Collins pinned Billy Robinson. During OOR Action Dudley Gillingham and Drew McDonald slammed Billy’s head into the post then threw him back in the ring. 6:55

4. Kendo Nagasaki (UK); Kamikaze Crush Pin over Tommy “Jumbo” Tsuruta after George Gillette whacked a cane to Tommy’s temple. 6:31

5. Mighty Chang pinned Tony St. Clair. Killer Kark Krupp slipped Chang a Foreign Object to us for a Smash to the Chops. 5:56

6. British Bulldogs (Davy Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid) and Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 9:04

7. United Kingdom HW Title – Rollerball Rocco (Champion); Diving Knee Drop Pin over Frank “Chic” Cullen (Challenger). Dudley Gillingham used a Vicious Kick to the Groin to stun Chic while Dirty Danny Collins distracted referee Mick McMichael. 8:41 Rollerball Rocco retains the UK HW Title.

8. International HW Title – Mighty John Quinn (Champion) won by Count-Out over Giant Haystacks (Challenger) while Lord Alfred Hayes was fighting with Haystacks who failed to make the bell. 8:53 Mighty John Quinn retains the International HW Title.

9. CAGE MATCH – Peggy Lee Leathers has been handcuffed to Davy Boy Smith to prevent any interference for Skull Murphy (UK).

Otto Wanz beat Skull Murphy (UK). Wanz escaped after performing a Flying Elbow from halfway up the cage to Murphy’s groin. 17:51
FrankC - Aug 14, 2011 - 07:20 AM
Post subject: NWF 8-14
NWF Wrestling – Wisconsin Center Arena – Milwaukee, WI Att: 12,198

“Hell is for Heroes”

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Ironman Reggie Parks


1. Tiger Chung Lee pinned Duke of Dorchester Pete Doherty by using the Ropes for Leverage. 4:22

2. S.D. Special Delivery Jones; Crushing Head Butt Pin over Psycho Capone. 2:56

3. Masters of Disaster (Duke Myers/Kerry Brown) and Latin Lovers (Manuel/Roberto Soto); Double Count-Out during a huge OOR Brawl.

4. Tony Atlas and Soldat Gorky; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

5. LIBYAN DEATH MATCH – Wrestlers are allowed to use their robes and capes to strangle the opponent into submission.

Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell pinned Baron Von Raschke. During OOR Action, Sheik Adnan El Kassie posing a a popcorn Vendor handed Blackwell a small club to use for the KO. 11:05

6. Gino Brito beat Jesse “The Body” Ventura by DQ after Missy Hyatt tried to hand Jesse some Brass Nucks. Referee Mike Sparks was immediately aware of the dastardly move when Sky Lo Lo, Little Tokyo and Little Beaver all began screaming and pointing at Missy. 8:31 Jesse has vowed revenge on Gino and the midgets.

7. Rick Martel; Slingshot Splash Pin over Dino Bravo. Jimmy Hart swung his megaphone at Rick but missed glazing and dazing Dino setting Bravo up for the flying pin. 8:47

8. AWA HW Title – Hulk Hogan (Challenger) pinned Superstar Graham (Champion). The Grand Wizard distracted referee Mike Sparks while The Sheik used a 2 x 4 to swing at Hogan. Unfortunately he missed and hit Graham in the forehead. It was lights out. 10:23 Hulk Hogan wins the AWA HW Title.
Dave_Barton - Aug 14, 2011 - 10:57 AM
Post subject: Re: NWF 8-14
FrankC wrote:

8. AWA HW Title – Hulk Hogan (Challenger) pinned Superstar Graham (Champion). The Grand Wizard distracted referee Mike Sparks while The Sheik used a 2 x 4 to swing at Hogan. Unfortunately he missed and hit Graham in the forehead. It was lights out. 10:23 Hulk Hogan wins the AWA HW Title.


Foul! Foul! The Sheik clearly had it in for Graham, not Hogan! Everyone's jealous of the Superstar...his fame, his fortune, his physique, his success!

(That, and I wanted to be reply #666 to this thread) Laughing
FrankC - Aug 14, 2011 - 04:06 PM
Post subject: The Sheik
Dave, I didn't consider it before but you are on to something. The Grand Wizard manages both wrestlers, Graham and The Sheik, although he uses the name Abdullah Farouk when he is with The Sheik in honor of the Syrian background.

The Sheik, one of the greatest heels ever, is certainly not beyond showing jealously and that may very well have been the case here. I like it and it puts The Grand Wizard in a tough situation.
FrankC - Aug 15, 2011 - 07:32 AM
Post subject: NWF 8-15
NWF Wrestling – Tri State Arena – Dubuque, IA Att: 12,726

“Trouble in River City”

Announcers; Al DeRusha and Dick the Bruiser


Pre-Match – Big Swede Hansen pinned Terrible Terry Gibbs. 4:35

1. Exotic Adrian Street; London Bridge Submission over Mr. Ooh La La The French Lover. 3:28

2. Tommy Jammer; Jammer Slam Pin over Beach Boy Sunny Rogers. 5:41

3. The Moondogs (Rex/Spot) beat High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Rex over Jim Brunzell after Spot hit Jim with a Dog Bone to the skull. The Moondogs had to be led from the ring while they continued howling. 9:43

4. Ken Patura and Maniac Matt Bourne; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

5. Mad Dog Vachon won by Count-Out over Dutch Savage. Savage got into a beef with Dick the Bruiser during OOR Action. The Bruiser decked Dutch who was too dizzy to make the count. 5:54 Dutch is asking for a review of the match. He also wants Bruiser to “have the guts to bring his old body back in the ring so he (Dutch) can send Bruiser to the nursing home.”

6. Dr. D David Shulz won by DQ over Rowdy Roddy Piper. Roddy took Brass Nucks from Capt. Lou Albano who was trying to hand them to Shulz. Referee Terry Yorkston caught Piper with the Nucks. 8:53

7. The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules) and The Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake); Double Count Out. Vicious OOR Brawl had the wrestlers battling to the back stage area. 12:09

8. WWF HW Title – Iron Sheik (Challenger); Camel Clutch Submission over Ivan Putski (Champion) after Bobby Heenan tripped Ivan into the setup. 9:07 Iron Sheik wins the WWF HW Title.
Carparama - Aug 15, 2011 - 08:48 AM
Post subject:
New champion! Putski better get a rematch! Very Happy
FrankC - Aug 16, 2011 - 08:59 AM
Post subject: SWF 8-16
SWF Wrestling – Richmond Coliseum – Richmond, VA Att: 13,404

“Bad Blood”

Announcers; Billy Powell and Tom Miller


1. The Beastman (Mike Boyette) pinned Black Magic (Norman Smiley) using the Ropes for Leverage. 4:14

2. Dr. Jerry Brown; Gordbuster Pin over Mike Graham. 6:16

3. Wildcat Wendall Cooley pinned Colonel DeBeers after reversing a Foreign Object attempt. 5:57

4. Leaping Lanny Poffo pinned Big Bad John after John’s attempt to use pepper spray backfired. 4:38 After the match John crashed his German Army Helmet over Lanny’s head then beat him to a pulp until Wendall Cooley and the State Patrol came to the rescue.

5. Brainbusters (Arn Anderson/Tully Blanchard) and State Patrol (Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker/Lt. James Earl Wright); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 8:11

6. Wildfire Tommy Rich pinned Bobby Duncum. Paul Jones attempted to hit Tommy with a chair. Tommy ducked and Duncum took the crash full force on his skull. 11:13

7. Magnificent Don Muraco; DDT Pin over Krusher Khrushev while Krusher was conferring with Paul Jones. 9:41

8. SWF Tag Title – A.O.D. Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Haze) beat The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne). Kevin Sullivan; Tree of Woe Submission over Ken Wayne after Luna Vachon threw a Fireball. 12:05 Army of Darkness retains the SWF Tag Titles.
FrankC - Aug 17, 2011 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: SWF 8-17
NWA Wrestling – Expo Hall – Tampa, FL Att: 11,692

“Battle by the Bay”

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary


1. Butcher Brannigan pinned Big Bill Dromo after Colonel Parker slipped Butcher a Roll of Coins. 6:32

2. Junkyard Dog and Eddie “Continental Lover” Mansfield; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

3. Beautiful Beauregarde pinned Norman the Lunatic. While referee King Louie Tillet was KO’d, Missy Hyatt strangled Norman with his straight jacket then Beauregarde performed a Brainbuster. 5:15

4. The Spoiler; Iron Claw Submission over Hustler Rip Rogers. 5:02

5. Nebraska Bull Rope Match – (Loser leaves Town)

Blackjack Mulligan pinned Blackjack Slade. Mulligan jumped from the top rope with the Cow Bell. It split Slade’s head open and Slade was blinded by blood. 10:39

6. Ric Flair and King Tonga; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 11:11

7. Rock and Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat Devil’s Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword). Ricky Morton; Double Dropkicks Pin over Jeff Sword. 10:06

8. Florida HW Title – Masked Superstar (Challenger); Swinging Neckbreaker Pin over Wahoo McDaniel (Champion) after paul Jones gave a wicked kick to Wahoo’s temple. 9:35 Masked Superstar win the Florida HW Title.
FrankC - Aug 18, 2011 - 12:56 PM
Post subject: SWF 8-18
NWA-SWF Wrestling – Savannah Civic Center – Savannah, GA Att: 10,584

“Super Sizzler”

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Coach John Heath


1. Maha Singh; Kick to the Groin Pin over “The Judge” John Heath. 4:36

2. Johnny “Crash” Rich pinned Buckhouse Buck. Colonel Parker hit Buck with a bottle of Jack Daniels by mistake. 3:17

3. Scott McGhee pinned Nature Boy Roger Kirby. 5:05

4. Great Mephisto pinned Terry Taylor using a Vicious DDT onto a steel chair after Salana Threw a Fireball while referee Slim Zimbleman was KO’d. 7:43

5. Mad Dog Buzz Sawyer pinned Dusty Rhodes after Lock sprayed Black Flag to Dusty’s eyes while Luna Vachon distracted the referee. 10:49

6. Cage Match – Abdullah the Butcher beat Bruiser Brody. Brody was cut badly prior to the match. Percy Pringle disguised as a pizza vendor ran out to the ramp and slashed Brody with a pizza cutter. The bloody Brody chose to compete in the match. Abdullah was finally able to take advantage of the “blinded by blood” Bruiser and hit him with a Loaded Elbow to the Groin. Abdullah then climbed out. 13:55

7. Zambaui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem) beat The Jivetones (Tiger Conway Jr./Pez Whatley). Kareem; Zambaui Splash Pin over Tiger Conway Jr. 8:54

8. SWF TV Title – Don Kernodle (Champion); Figure Four Submission over The Dream (Challenger). 9:35 Don kernodle retains the SWF TV Title.
FrankC - Aug 19, 2011 - 07:37 AM
Post subject: SWF 8-19
NWA – SWF Wrestling – Mobile Civic Center – Mobile, AL Att: 10,674

“Battle by the Gulf”

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn


1. Bullman Downs; Charging Bull Pin over “The Columbus Clipper” Frankie Williams. 4:24

2. Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger) and The Wolfpack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe); Time Limit Draw. 15:00

3. Ron Simmons pinned Mr. Pogo after Izzy Slapowitz accidently tripped Pogo. 5:16

4. Ox baker pinned Moondog Lonnie Mayne. Oliver Humperdink distracted mayne long enough for Ox to catch him with his back turned and use a Piledriver. 7:09

5. Tim Hoerner won by Count-Out over Dick Murdock. During OOR Action Murdock got into a beef with Ron Simmons who was at the Announcer’s Table. Murdock failed to make the count. 4:35

6. Ricky Steamboat pinned Crazy Like Graham. Ricky Rolled-Up Luke while he (Graham) was conferring with Colonel Parker. 9:02

7. The Infernos (1-2) beat The Briscos (Jerry/Jack). Inferno-2 over Jack after Colonel Parker choked Jack with a leather belt while Inferno-1 distracted referee Tough Tony Borne. 9:14

8. Southern HW Title – Austin Idol (Champion) pinned Mr. Wrestling II (Challenger). Sherri Martel sprayed Oven Cleaner into Wrestling II’s eyes. 8:43 Austin Idol retains the Southerm HW Title.

Note; The officials found the can of Oven Cleaner. When questioned about it, Sherri said that she was trying to help Wrestling II by spraying water just as she did to Idol when he was sweating. She said the can they found was dropped by a hamburger vendor. When asked about the possibility of blinding Mr. Wrestling II it was Austin Idol who answered; “It was water. As far as Wrestling II going blind, he didn’t see that well anyway. Case closed.”
MKABear - Aug 19, 2011 - 08:05 AM
Post subject:
Austin Idol retains the Southern HW Title.


Case closed.
FrankC - Aug 20, 2011 - 07:57 AM
Post subject: SWF 8-20
NWA – SWF Wrestling – Mississippi Coliseum – Jackson, MS Att: 10,154

“Slamboree”

Announcers; Rich Landrum and Jay Goodley


1. Double RR Posse (Reno Riggins/Ron Ritchie) won by DQ over Cross Bronx Express (Jonny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Constant double teaming and cheating along with Estrada biting Ron Ritchie’s legs from outside the ring caused Referee Buddy Colt finally called the match. 8:24

2. Gorgeous George South; The Claw Submission over Nobleman Joe Turko. 4:31

3. Beastmaster Rick Link and Dr. J.A. – Jerry Allen; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 6:23

4. Ronnie Garvin pinned Terry Funk. Beastmaster Rick Link got Terry’s fake NWA Belt from the cormer and tried to crown Ronnie. Ronnie ducked and it hit Terry. 8:02

5. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn/Stan Lane) won by DQ over The Sheepherders (Butch Miller. Luke Williams). Lord Jonathan Boyd crashed a flag pole over Steve Keirn’s back. Buddy Colt called for the bell. 9:09 The Sheepherders kept beating on Stan Lane while Steve was KO’d. Finally Bob Armstrong and Ronnie Garvin came out to help but the winning Fabulous Ones were taken away in an ambulance.

6. The Bullet - Bob Armstrong; Jawbreaker pin over “The Mad Russian” Soldat Gorky. 4:14

7. Bugsy McGraw; The Splash Pin over Nikita Koloff after Nikita Bresvikov hit Koloff in the head with a bottle of Vodka by mistake. 8:33

8. Cage Match – Siegfried Stanke beat Ted DiBiase. Izzy Slapowitz was able to slip Stanke a piece of metal. Stanke performed a 5-53 from the top of the cage with the metal hitting DiBiase in the skull. Stanke then climbed out. 12:36
KenAce74 - Aug 20, 2011 - 03:34 PM
Post subject: RE: SWF 8-20
Sheesh DiBiase is lucky to be alive after that!
Carparama - Aug 20, 2011 - 05:46 PM
Post subject: RE: SWF 8-20
Or is he? Wink
FrankC - Aug 21, 2011 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: SWF 8-21
NWA – SWF Wrestling – Nashville Municipal Auditorium – Nashville, TN Att: 12,650

“Super Brawl”

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Ed Caprel


1. Big Red Reese and Jamming Joe Mirto; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 3:51

2. Don Bass pinned Tank Patton 5:32

3. Hacksaw Butch Reed pinned Rip Morgan. Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Morgan by mistake with a Flag Pole. 7:04

4. Russian Chain Match (Two Chains are tied to opposite corner posts. Either chain can be used as a weapon.)

Jos LeDuc pinned Boris Zukoffe. Nikita Bresnikov (Zukoffe’s manager) tried to get to the ring and was caught by referee Cowboy Bob Ellis. While Bresnikov and Ellis were arguing Sir Oliver Humperdink (LeDuc’s manager) got close enough to the ring to Throw a Fireball. Leduc took advantage and smashed the chain to the blinded Zukoffe’s skull. 12:44

5. Cowboy Bob Orton; Superplex Pin over Kendo Nagasaki after a Reverse Chairshot that was attempted by Percy Pringle. 8:38

6. Magnum TA won by DQ over Dirty Dick Slater. Colonel Parker jumped on Referee Cowboy Bob Ellis to prevent a pin. 6:36

7. The Desperados (Black Bart/Outlaw Ron Bass) won by Count-Out over The Road Warriors (Animal/Hawk). During an OOR Brawl Hawk was fighting with Paul Jones and he failed to make the Count. 10:46

8. NWA HW Title – Sgt. Slaughter (Champion) pinned Hacksaw Jim Duggan (Challenger). Slaughter KO’d Duggan with a Drill Instructor’s Swagger Stick while The Grand Wizard distracted the referee. 10:09 Sgt. Slaughter retains the NWA HW Title.
FrankC - Aug 23, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Post subject: ECW 8-23
WCW Wrestling – Wonderland – Revere, MA Att: 2,958

Announcers; Madusa Miceli and Donna Christianello


1. Kid kash; Dead level (Brainbuster) Pin over Top Gun John Paul Demann. 4:42

2. Amish Roadkill pinned Max Payne after Steve Corino hit Max with a microphone while Prodgette distracted referee Andrew Thomas. 7:15

3. KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush) won by DQ over Boogie Knights (Sal Sincere/Disco Inferno). Salvatore Sincere tried to enter the ring with a Barbed Wire Baseball Bat. 8:36

4. Chris Jericho pinned Balz Mahoney after Kim Nielson smash the Gong Bell to Balz’z skull. 8:08

5. Jerry Lynn and Steve Corino; Double Count-Out as the wrestlers fought up the aisles into the parking lot. 8:53

6. Raven and Mikey Whipwreck; Double-DQ. Referee Andrew Thomas was hit with a TV Table and he couldn’t identify the culprit so he DQ’d both wrestlers. 9:42 The culprit was Raven’s manager Alexis Laree (Mickey James) who actually threw the TV table.

7. Boot Camp Match – Cactus Jack won by Submission over Big Dick Dudley. Cactus dug his heel and twisted in Dudley’s Esophagus. Dudley couldn’t breath!! Joel Gertner who was being guarded by Jerry Lynn and Balz Mahoney asked for the white towel to be thrown. The MASH Unit was called to take Dudley away on the stretcher. 10:32

The crowd was not in shock over this violence. In fact as the MASH Unit came down the aisle the chant of ECW began; “ECW – ECW – ECW.”
FrankC - Aug 24, 2011 - 07:46 AM
Post subject: ECW 8-24
ECW Wrestling – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,394

Announcers; Joey Styles and Bart Gunn


1. Skinner and Leatherface; Double Count-Out. OOR Brawl into the Food Court. 6:13

2. Rockin Rebel; Rebelizer (Diving Leg Drop) Pin over Barry Horowitz. 6:25

3. Gangrel; Impaler (DDT) Pin over Vic Grimes. 5:49

4. Simon Diamond won by DQ over Chris Candido. Tammy Sytch (Sunny) tried to spray Pledge to Simon’s eyes but got referee Mike Adamie instead. 8:44

5. Ironman Tommy Cairo; Reverse Power Bomb Pin over Superstar Steve Austin after Jim Cornette missed with a Tennis Racket swing and hit Austin by mistake. 8:57

6. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) beat The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike). Ian pinned Spike after Axl hit Spike in the knee with a Tire Iron. 10:53

7. ECW TV Title – Dudley Dudley (Challenger) won by Count-Out over Louie Spicoli (Champion). Joel Gertner was constantly irritating Louie who final threw Joel off the ring apron. Louie then chased Gertner back to the locker are. 8:43 Louie Spicoli retains the ECW TV Title.
FrankC - Aug 25, 2011 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: ECW 8-25
ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att: 3,968

Announcers; Joey Styles and Kevin Sullivan on MSG Network

Special Referee; Mike Graham


Boardwalk Match (Outside the arena on the mat covered Boardwalk). PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D) beat Double RR Posse (Rugged Reno Riggins/The Ruffian Ron Ritchie). J.C. Ice pinned Ron Ritchie after Wolfie D crowned Ron with a Hubcap. 8:19

1. E.Z. Money; Money Clip Pin over Jason Knight. 4:38

2. Broad St Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Hitman Tony Stetson) beat Top Guns (Ricky Rice/Derrick Dukes). Johnny Hotbody over Ricky Rice after a Tony Stetson Chairshot. 8:51

3. “Little Don” Tracy Smothers; Jaw Jacker (Flying Elbow) Pin over Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster. 5:55

4. C.W. Anderson; Spinebuster Pin over Van Hammer. 5:25

5. Rhyno; GORE (Striking Spear) Pin over Mr. Hughes. 7:42

6. Table Match – Sabu pinned Danny Doring. Bill Alphonso hit Danny with the Gong-Bell. Doring was placed on 5 stacked tables and Sabu did a Bombay Bombs Away. 14:41 Both wrestlers were carried off on stretchers from the ring to the chants of “ECW – ECW – ECW”

7. ECW Tag Title – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) (Champions) won by DQ over Headhunters (A and B) (Challengers) after Insaniac the Maniac smashed a Shrunken Head upside Referee Mike Graham’s head. 8:11 The eliminators retain the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Aug 27, 2011 - 08:07 AM
Post subject: ECW 8-27
ECW Wrestling – Floyd Hall Arena – Little Falls, NJ Att: 2,908

Announcers; Jim Cornette and Jerry Lawler


1. 911; Chokeslam Pin over Boy Tony. 3:54

2. Sal E. Graziano and Rochester Roadblock; Double Count-Out during and OOR Brawl that included Little Guido and Tony Mariana. 6:46

3. B.W.O. - Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) beat The Gangstas (Mustafa Saed/New Jack). Steve Richards; Super Kick Pin while Chastity crowned Mustafa with a Fire Extinguisher. 9:57

4. Papa Shango and Hugh Murrus; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

5. Lance Storm pinned Tommy Dreamer after Traci Brooks smashed a Gong-Bell to Tommy’s skull. 6:43

6. Dudley Boyz (D-Von/Bubba Ray) beat Can-Am Express (Phil Lafon/Doug Furnas). Bubba Ray; Bubba Bomb through a Table Pin over Doug Furnas. 13:04

7. Barbed Wire Match – Terry Funk pinned Larry Winters. Terry slammed Winter’s head several times into the barbed corner post then applied a Texas Piledriver. 10:38 The bloody Terry Funk grabbed the microphone and looked down on the slab of bloody meat that was Larry Winters; “Welcome to Hardcore you Punk.” Chants began ECW-ECW-ECW.
FrankC - Aug 30, 2011 - 08:14 AM
Post subject: ECW 8-30
After 2 days of no electricity I am glad to be back to something I take for granted. We didn't get damaged with the flooding but the Atlantic waves were high so we were lucky. I am glad to say "Goodnight Irene." The saying reminds me of Adrian Adonis' sleeper finisher used back when he was the leather jacket biker.



ECW Wrestling – Showplace Arena – Upper Marlboro, MD Att: 3,144

Announcers; Dusty Rhodes and Paul Hayman


1. J.T. Smith won by Count-Out over Johnny Swinger. Swinger and Victoria insulted Dusty Rhodes so Dusty clocked Swinger who was KO’d and couldn’t make the count. 4:33

2. Crowbar (Devon Storm); Eye of the Storm(Reverse DDT) Pin over The Intruder. 5:31

3. D,C. Drake; Full Nelson Submission over Tony DeVito. 4:54

4. Chris Cheti pinned Justin Credible. Dawn Marie tried to hand Justin some Brass Nucks and Chris intercepted them to use for the KO. 7:13

5. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) beat The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull/Big Vito). Johnny Grunge pinned Big Vito after Tony Mariana missed with a Shovel Shot and hit Vito by mistake. 12:22

6. The sandman won by DQ over Sid Vicious. Downtown Bruno hit referee Mike Adamie with a chair. 10:42

7. Hardcore Title – Falls Count Anywhere

Prince Albert (Champion) pinned LSD Spike Dudley (Challenger) after slinging him through the Ticket Booth. 16:26 Prince albert retains the Hardcore Title.
FrankC - Aug 31, 2011 - 08:04 AM
Post subject: ECW 8-31
ECW Wrestling – Viking Hall – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,722

Announcers; Joey Styles and Cyrus the Virus


1. F.B.I. – Full Blooded Italians beat Bad St. Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews). Little Guido pinned Joey Mathews after “The Big Don” (Tommy Rich) smashed a Blackjack to Joey’s skull. 9:01

2. Damien Kane pinned Hack Meyers. Insaniac the Maniac slashed Hack with a sharp object blinding him. 4:56

3. Angel and Chris Hamrick; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

4. Eddie Gilbert and Nova; Double Count-Out. Nova chased Kimona Wanalaya and Eddie chased nova to save her. They brawled out the doors. 9:55

5. Shane Douglas pinned Al Snow after Francine hit Al with a Chairshot. 8:52

6. Harlem Heat (Booker T/Stevie Ray) won by Count-Out over Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Booker T slammed Jerry Saggs onto a Hot Dog Grill during OOR Action. Referee Andrew Thomas counted Saggs out even though Knobbs was the legal man in the ring. 9:42

7. ECW HW Title – Rob Van Dam (Champion); Five Star Frog Splash Pin over Mike Awesome (Challenger). Paul Hayman swung his briefcase at Van dam and hit Awesome by mistake. 10:36 Rob Van Dam retains the ECW HW Title.
FrankC - Sep 01, 2011 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-1
WCCW Wrestling – Gilley’s Club – Pasadena, TX Att: 5,956

Announcers; Gene Goodsen and Mike Teney

Referee; Wild Bull Curry


1. Battle Cat; Top Rope Cat Leap Pin over Dirty Don Serrano. 4:45

2. Savannah Jack; Super Kick Pin over Skip Young. 3:53

3. Gorgeous Gary Young and Steve “Do It To It” Cox; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. Playboy Gary Hart held Steve after G.G. Young got tangled in the TV Crew wires. 5:03

4. The Simpsons (Shaun/Steve) won by DQ over Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato). Kenny Casanova was caught with a rag of ether. 9:05

5. Manny Fernandez pinned Lord Humongous. Downtown Bruno was about to use the Gong-Bell to KO Manny when Sunshine pushed Bruno causing him to miss and KO Humongous. 8:39

6. Tugboat Thomas won by DQ over Great Kabuki. Playboy Gary Hart smashed a chair over Tugboat’s Head but was caught by referee Wild Bull Curry who called for the bell. 9:52

7. WCCW TV Title - Killer Tim Brooks (Challenger) pinned Cowboy Scott Casey (Champion) after using the Ropes for Leverage. 8:17 Killer Tim Brooks wins the WCCW TV Title.
FrankC - Sep 02, 2011 - 07:34 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-2
WCCW Wrestling – Hutchinson Sports Arena – Hutchinson, KS Att: 7,498

Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Johnny Weaver

Referee; Billy Spears


1. Billy Travis; B.T. Express (Flying Clothesline) Pin over Bastian Booger. 3:23

2. Kendall Windham pinned Mr. Superb Steve Doll by Reversing a Foreign Object Smash. 5:01

3. Al Madril won by DQ over Crusher Yukoff after Yurkoff smashed Al with a chair. Billy Spears had enough. 5:22

Blackjack Slade came out and grabbed the microphone. “I come from Reno and I am the one and true Blackjack. After I took care of the fake Blackjack I decided to delight you fans with my presence. But this place, Hutchinson Kansas, is a dump and I am insulted to have to wrestle here so I will dispose of my opponent Sam Houston in quick order and leave this place as a horrible memory.” The fans were booing and throwing cups.

4. Blackjack Slade and Sam Houston; Double Count-Out when both crashed through the Announcer’s Table and were unable to make the bell. 7:31

5. One Man Gang won by Count-Out over Justin Hawk Bradshaw after Justin chased Percy Pringle up the aisles and to the locker room. 10:09

6. Jeep Swenson pinned The Punisher. Skandor Akbar tried to spray Raid into Jeep’s eyes but git The Punisher instread. 7:52

7. The Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Buddy Roberts) beat The Von Erichs (Kevin/Kerry). Buddy Roberts pinned Kerry by using a roll of coins for the smash. 12:24
FrankC - Sep 05, 2011 - 07:41 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-5
WCCW Wrestling – Chisholm Trail Coliseum – Enid, OK Att: 7,648

Announcers; Cowboy Bill Watts and Frank Dusek

Referee; The always reliable Bronco Lubick


1. Johnny Mantel pinned Bruiser Bedlam. Bruiser had exposed a turnbuckle to reveal the steel but Johnny revered the head smash. 5:36. The crowd went wild seeing the always tough luck favorite Johnny Mantel get a win against a vicious mid-card heel.

2. Ed “Moondog” Moretti; Gourdbuster Pin over Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe. 4:53

3. Hercules Hernandez; Full nelson Submission over Terry Sims. 5:45

4. Kamala won by DQ over Plowboy Frazier after Hillbilly Jim swung a Pail of Slop hitting the Ugandan Giant and some of the slop got into Bronco Lubick’s face. Lubick called for the bell. 6:18 Kamala was disappointed that the match was over because he wanted to eat the slop.

5. Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey/Bobby Eaton) beat The Youngbloods (Chris/Mark). Condrey over Mark during a head banging Dirty Doubleteam. 10:12

6. Jimmy Garvin pinned Jeff Jarrett after Precious threw powder to Jeff’s eyes. 7:39

7. WCCW Tag Title – The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers) (Champions) beat Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton). Fulton pinned Denton after Dirty White Girl tried to hit Bobby with a microphone and slammed it into Len’s head instead. 9:17 The Fantastics retain the WCCW Tag Title.
FrankC - Sep 06, 2011 - 07:10 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-6
WCCW Wrestling – Pine Bluff CC – Pine Bluff, AR Att: 8,488

Announcers; Steve Harms and Dan Coates

Referee; Reliable Ralph Pulley


1. Bull Pain; Pain Game (Swinging Neckbreaker) Pin over L.D. Lewis. 4:14

2. Pancho Villa Valdez won by DQ over Rugged Rod Price when Price refused to let go of a vicious choke hold. 4:01

3. Buddy Landell pinned Brickhouse Brown after Dawn Marie was grinding her high heel into Brickhouse’s forehead. 7:22

4. The Bezerker pinned Brad Armstrong after General Skandor Akbar hit Brad in the Skull with a Tire Iron. 7:29

5. The Batten Brothers (Brad/Bart) beat Southern Justice (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger). Bart; Double Team Elbow Drop Pin over Tex after Tex and Paul Jones collided and were KO’d while trying to cheat. 9:01

6. Cactus Jack Manson and Cousin Luke; Double Count-Out during an OOR Brawl that included Skandor Akbar and Hillbilly Jim. 6:16

7. Texas HW Title – Dr. Tom Pritchard (Champion) and Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy (challenger); Time Limit Draw. 20:00 Dr. Tom Pritchard retains the Texas HW Title.
FrankC - Sep 07, 2011 - 08:06 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-7
WCCW Wrestling – Stafford Sports Complex – Stafford, MO Att; 5,484
Announcers; Dan Coates and Stella Mae French

Referee; Randy “Pee Wee” Anderson


1. Bullman Downs; Charging Bull Pin over Randy “Bounty” Hunter. 3:40

2. Jimmy Jack Funk won by Count-Out over Jack Victory. Victory was outside the ring conferring with Missy Hyatt. 5:01 Missy is protesting the match claiming that referee “Pee Wee” Anderson counted extra fast because he hates her stable.

3. Rip “Crippler” Oliver and Ravishing Randy Rose; Time Limit Draw 10:00 Missy Hyatt is protesting this match too. She claims that “Pee Wee” Anderson counted like a snail when Oliver had Rose pinned several times.

4. Teijo Kahn; Neckbreaker Pin over The Patriot after Paul Jones strangled The patriot with a Leather Belt. 8:03

5. Long Riders (Scott “Hog”/Bill Irwin) beat High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J. Peterson). Bill Irwin over Peterson after Scott used a Biker Chain for a Skull Smash. 8:45

6. Texas Bull Rope Match – Hat vs Hat. Billy Jack’s beloved Stetson vs Phil Hickerson’s oversized Tennessee Porkpie hat. The winner will win the hat and the loser must appear at all publicity photo shoots without his hat for one month.

Billy Jack pinned Phil Hickerson. Billy used the Longhorn Cattle Bell for a Smash the the Gut and Groin. Hickerson collapsed helplessly. 11:45 Billy Jack said after receiving Hickerson’s Porkpie; “This really needs to be cleaned.” Hickerson struggled reaching for his hat but was unable to get off the canvas.

7. Gino Hernandez pinned Chris Adams with a Hidden Foreign Object. 9:34
FrankC - Sep 08, 2011 - 08:18 AM
Post subject: WCCW 9-8
WCCW Wrestling – Spur Arena – San Angelo, TX Att: 6,924

Announcers; Marc Lowrance and Betty Ann Stout

Referee; Beautiful Bobby Harmon


1. Kelly Kiniski; Running Power Slam Pin over Tom “Rocky” Stone. 4:42

2. Brian Adidas; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Cowboy Tony Falk. 3:05

3. Angel of Death; Crucifix Submission over Spike Huber. 5:34

4. Pretty Young Things (KoKo B. Ware/Norvell Austin) won by DQ over Bruise Brothers (Don/Ron Harris). Ron couldn’t make the bell during OOR Action. 11:27 The brothers argued, with referee Beautiful Bobby Harmon, that Don was the legal man in the ring and that the count-out was bogus. No one was able to verify one way or the other, because the brothers look exactly alike, so the match result remain the same.

5. Jake “Snake” Roberts pinned Iceman King Parsons. Baby Doll used Pepper Spray on Iceman to help gain the pin. 8:26

6. Missing Link pinned David Von Erich after General Skandor Akbar Threw a Fireball. 9:13

7. WCCW HW Title – Dingo Warrior (Challenger) pinned Al Perez (Champion) using a Reverse Chairshot. 11:25 Dingo Warrior wins the WCCW HW Title.
FrankC - Sep 10, 2011 - 08:57 AM
Post subject: NWF 9-10
NWF Wrestling – Winooski Rec Center – Winooski, VT Att; 1,318

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Joe Pedicino

Referee; Dominic DeNucci


1. Duke of Dorchester won by Count-Out over Matman Robbie Ellis after The Duke slammed Ellis through the Press table and Matman failed to make the bell. 4:42

2. Jim Niedhart; Flying Clothesline Pin over Marvelous Mitch Ryder. 3:53

3. Mr. Fuji; Osaka Clench (Cobra Clutch) Submission over Mr. Ooh La La. 3:04

4. Steve “O” (Olsonoski); Flying Dropkick Pin over Big Bully Busick. 4:22

5. Savage Killers (Ava Savage/Killer Tomato) and Erie Dolls (Marilyn Bender/Jill Fontaine); Time Limit Draw. 10:00

6. The Tonga Kid; High Flying Body Press Pin over “The Lone Star” Rusty Brooks. 5:54

7. Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma) beat Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord). Slick reached in to interfere by using a Sharp Object on Powers. In the confusion he cut the Warlord’s face. Powers pinned the blood blinded Warlord. 8:24

8. Dr. D. David Shultz won by Count-Out over George “Animal” Steele. During OOR Action George failed to make the bell when he got distracted by the smell of popcorn and headed toward the vendor. 6:28
ACOMPLITAN - Sep 10, 2011 - 02:11 PM
Post subject: LOVE THESE REPORTS
hi frank, my name is alan, i am new to this site about 1 week now. i have been reading your wrestling reports they are fantasic. i just bought the tv pro wrestling game with the indy territory. i am waiting to recieve the minn & the georgia territory as well. as soon as i recieve them i am going to start posting reports as well. just wanted to say hello & let you know your reports are really enjoyable to read.
FrankC - Sep 10, 2011 - 05:52 PM
Post subject: wrestling
alan, Thanks for the note. The hours of enjoyment for you will be worth so much more than a few dollars you spend. Make it you Federation(s). Run it the way you and you alone are comfortable. Don't make the game a chore. Alter parts of the game that you feel don't fit your style and add new ones that do. Most of all, write up your results for your enjoyment and share so others can enjoy. If no one comments don't feel as though your Fed is wasted. The guys on this forum will enjoy reading what you write but may not comment.

I look forward to reading about your Federations.

Frank
Dave_Barton - Sep 10, 2011 - 09:54 PM
Post subject: Re: wrestling
FrankC wrote:
Most of all, write up your results for your enjoyment and share so others can enjoy. If no one comments don't feel as though your Fed is wasted. The guys on this forum will enjoy reading what you write but may not comment.


Absolutely. I always read wrestling game results on here, but usually just post once to the author that I'm reading & enjoying.
FrankC - Sep 11, 2011 - 08:32 AM
Post subject: NWF 9-11
NWF Wrestling – Kenna’s Gym – Lake Peekskill, NY Att: 1,258

Announcers; Ray Morgan and Jimmy Lennon

Referee; Stan Stasiak


1. Terry Gibbs; Body Slam Pin over “The Columbus Clipper” Frankie Williams. 4:31

2. Chief Jules Strongbow won by DQ over macho Goldie Rogers. Goldie was caught with Brass Nucks. 3:34

3. Peggy Lee Leather; Last Call (Reverse Splash) Pin over Donna Day. 3:28

4. Hillbilly Jim and Charlie Fulton; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

5. Masters of Disaster (Duke Myers/Kerry Brown) beat Double XX (1-2). Brown over XX-2 while Duke held the Ropes for Leverage.

6. King Kong Bundy; Atlantic City Avalanche Pin over Big Swede Hansen. 5:01

7. Dino Bravo pinned Ivan Putski after Jimmy Hart hit Ivan in the Skull with his Megaphone. 9:42
FrankC - Sep 12, 2011 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: NWF 9-12
NWF Wrestling – Tom McGonigal’s AA – Levittown, PA Att: 1,498

Announcers; Bill Cardille and Kay Noble

Referee; Chuck “Popeye” Richards


1. Playboy Buddy Rose; Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) Pin over Sodbuster Kenny Jay. 4:05

2. S.D. Jones won by Count-Out over Rene Goulet. Rene was unable to recover after being thrown into the Steel Steps during OOR Action. 4:47

3. Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Blake; Shaker Heights Spike Pin over Rex. 9:33

4. Desiree Peterson pinned Judy Martin with a Reverse Roll of Coins Smash to the Chops. 4:39

5. Friar Ferguson pinned Mad Dog Vachon. Dutch Savage, at ringside, clubbed Mad Dog with a microphone to the skull. 5:23

6. Tony Atlas; Military Press Pin over Dutch Savage after Mad Dog Vachon whacked Dutch with one of the Moondog’s Bones. 5:42 Savage is protesting the match. Mad Dog called Dutch “Sale Peste Porcine” (Dirty Swine).

7. Baron Von Raschke won by DQ over Mongolian Stomper. Sir Oliver Humperdink swung his cane and hit referee “Popeye” Richards. Richards called for the bell. 9:48
FrankC - Sep 13, 2011 - 08:28 AM
Post subject: NWF 9-13
NWF Wrestling – J.W.’s Gym – No. Vernon, IN Att: 1,276

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Roger Kent

Referee; Tough Tony Altimore


1. Ripper Tony Leone; Chairshot Pin over Mr. Danger Duane Gill. 3:39

2. Mr. Electricity Steve Regal; Flying Body Press Pin over Beach Boy Sonny Rogers. 4:25

3. Monster Ripper Bertha Faye; Big Bertha Bomb Pin over Judy Starfire. 6:03

4. Outback Jack and Johnny K-9; Time Limit Draw. 8:00

5. Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr./Jumping Joe Savoldi) beat Bowery Boys (Slip Durso/Killer Joe Abby). Savoldi pinned Abby after Durso hit Killer with a bottle by mistake. 9:35

6. Tito Santana and ken Patura; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 6:32

7. Special Revenge Match – Jesse Ventua threw down the gauntlet and challenged Gino Brito to a special revenge match because he (Jesse ) was sick of Gino being helped by his midgets. Jesse has rounded up his own group of midgets to put a stop to the interference once and for all.

Jesse’s Vandals; Pee Wee Adams, Little Louie, Major Tom Thumb and Little Brutus

Gino’s Grapplers; Sky Low Low, Little Beaver, Sonny Boy Hayes and Little Boy Blue

Gino’s Grapplers beat Jesse’s Vandals. Sonny Boy Hayes pinned Little Brutus. A big OOR Brawl resulting in mass confusion gave Little Beaver the chance to hold down the legs of Brutus while referee Tony Altimore made the count. 11:39
FrankC - Sep 15, 2011 - 07:14 AM
Post subject: NWF 9-15
NWF Wrestling – Moore Athletic Association – Ashland, WI Att: 1,460

Announcers; Al DeRusha and Lord Athol Layton

Referee; Arnold Skaaland


1. Jumping John DeFazio; Flying Dropkick Pin over Psycho Capone. 4:03

2. Tommy Lane; Jumping leg Drop Pin over The Black Baron. 4:42

3. Chainsaw Liz Chace pinned Wendi Richter after Peggy Lee Leather clocked Wendi with Brass Nucks. 6:48 Note – Peggy Lee Leather (The Thug) is also ½ of the tag team The Nasty Girls with Liz Chase.

4. High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell) beat Cross Bronx Xpress (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada). Brunzell; High Flying Dropkicks Pin over Johnny Rodz. 8:32

5. Dirty Dutch Mantel pinned Earthquake Ferris after using Shoo-Baby (Whip) to illegally choke him. 6:17

6. Butcher Vachon won by Count-Out over Rowdy Roddy Piper. During OOR Action Roddy failed to make the bell. 5:53

7. Rick Martel won by DQ over Adrian Adonis after Percy Pringle hit referee Arnold Skaaland with his cane. 6:21
FrankC - Sep 16, 2011 - 08:01 AM
Post subject: NWF 9-16
NWF Wrestling – Mustang’s Club – Gordon, NB Att: 1,395

Announcers; Bill Kerston and Kevin Wall

Referee; Izzy Moidel


1. B. Brian Blair; Sleeper Submission over Leatherface. 4:37

2. Tiger Chung Lee won by Count-Out over Kevin Kelly. Kelly couldn’t recover after being thrown to the cement head first. 5:56

3. Iron Mike Sharp; Loaded Forearm Pin over Savatore Bellomo. 5:53

4. Maniac Matt Borne and Pretty Boy Larry Sharp; Time Limit Draw. Dutch Savage at ringside was constantly interfering to prevent Pretty Boy from being pinned. 8:00

5. Latin Heart Throbs (Roberto/Manuel Soto) beat Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs). Manuel; Shoulder Breaker Pin over Ken Timbs after Embry’s interfering cause confusion. 7:55

6. Dutch Savage; Running Piledriver Pin over Tommy “Jumbo” Tsuruta after Pretty Boy Larry Sharp whacked Tsuruta with a microphone. 7:39

7. Paul Orndorff won by DQ over Rocky Johnson. Rocky took a Foreign Object from Orndorff but referee Izzy Moidel only saw Rocky with it so he called for the bell. 8:25
ACOMPLITAN - Sep 16, 2011 - 09:50 AM
Post subject: LOVE YOUR REPORTS
hi frank, again just wanted to say how much i enjoy your reports. because of your reports i went ahead and bought uq wrestling yesterday. i bought the 1973 yearbook. so along with getting my pro tv wrestling started i can also enjoy reliving the 1973 wwwf as well. frank could it be possible if i could see or get an idea of your charts that you added or the charts you changed to your liking. also is there other wrestlers i can get to add to the 1973 set. just looking over the list of wrestlers its a great collection but i do see a few left out, rodz/estrada not major ones but would like to have, again thanks for the enjoyable reading, alan
FrankC - Sep 16, 2011 - 10:40 AM
Post subject: charts
There are some charts in the download section of this forum.

The 1973 yearbook is extremely important if you are serious about creating a realistic Federation. You can move from the early 70's then adding and eliminating a few wrestlers get into the late 70's and then into the 80's. The evolution gives you a feel of real wrestling. The 70's were some fun because the TV interviews were top notch. If you have some studio wrestling you will create the real feel of the era.

Just use your imagination and have a great time. In one 30 minute sitting you can run 8 or so matches and have every kind of result.

Contact me at FDCoutinho@aol.com

I will be more than happy to share just as others have shared with me.
FrankC - Sep 17, 2011 - 10:01 AM
Post subject: SWF 9-17
SWF Wrestling – Deuces Wild – Hagerstown, MD Att: 1,342

Announcers; Billy Powell and Tom Miller

Referee; Easy Ed Francis


1. Hustler Rip Rogers; Belly to Back Suplex Pin over “The Judge” John Furr. 3:36

2. Tommy Jammer; The Jammer Slam Pin over Soldat Gorky while the Soldat was trying to reach for a Hidden Foreign Object. 4:42

3. Rockin Robin and Killer Tomato; Time Limit Draw. 8:00

4. Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger) beat The Wolfpack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe). Jim pinned Buddy after Ken slugged him with a Chain. 6:36

5. Hacksaw Butch Reed; Flying Shoulder Block Pin over Colonel DeBeers who was being distracted by Moondog Mayne ringing his cowbell. 6:17

6. Terry Funk; Spinning Toe Hold Submission over Sgt. Frank Holz. 6:05

7. Lonnie “Moondog” Mayne pinned Kendo Nagasaki after reversing a Foreign Object Smash. 8:23
FrankC - Sep 18, 2011 - 08:51 AM
Post subject: SWF 9-18
SWF Wrestling – The Octagon – Greensboro, NC Att: 1,764

Announcers; Bob Caudle and Larry Latham

Referee; Don Lewin



1. The Greensboro crowd was shocked when The music “Do You really want to Hurt Me” played and out came a wrestler introduced as Boy Tony. He was wearing pink spandex and had the same mannerisms as Boy George. This sight was a new experience for wrestling fans in Greensboro but they did not miss a chance to snap pictures. Many fans had seen Exotic Adrian but Boy Tony was even more over the top.

Boy Tony and Jake “ The Milkman” Milliman; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 4:35

2. Krusher Khrushev; The Crowbar (Single Leg Boston Crab) Submission over Wildman Mike Boyette. 3:12

3. Leilani Kai; Diving Splash Pin over Marilyn Bender. 5:54

4. Beastmaster Rick Link; Choke with Chain then Pin over Big Bill Dromo. 4:53 Big Bill Dromo was carried off on a stretcher.

5. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant won by DQ over Gorgeous George South. Referee Don Lewin found George’s Hidden Foreign Object. 6:54

6. Mr. Pogo won by Count-Out over Mike “The Hammer “ Reed. Mr. Pogo threw Reed over the fence into the 1st row during OOR Action. Reed failed to make the bell. 5:09

7. TENNESSEE COW BELL MATCH (Cowbells are tied to opposite corner posts and can be used if the wrestler can reach them).

Bunkhouse Buck pinned Johnny “Crash” Rich after Several Head Smashes with the Cow Bell. Colonel Parker set the situation by kicking Rich with a Loaded Boot during a distraction. Johnny Rich was Blinded by Blood. 10:21
FrankC - Sep 19, 2011 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: SWF 9-19
I love it when a card that is set looks very marginal and then turns out to be a show I would have loved to see in real life. This is one of those shows. It is not surprising that there would be so much action because Lord Jonathan Boyd was directing his motley crew - Frank


SWF Wrestling – Ft. Lauderdale Armory – Ft. Lauderdale, FL Att: 2,892

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary – WCIX Channel 6

Referee; Buddy Colt


1. Rocky Stone; Rolling Stone (Elbow Chop & Rollup) Pin over “Big Pecker” Rooster Griffin. 3:44

2. Rip Morgan pinned Jamming Joe Mirto after Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Mirto with a canteen. Morgan and Boyd then unmercifully beat on Joe. Scott McGee and Lanny Poffo ran to his rescue. 3:32

3. Bull Nakano pinned Princess Victoria after using an Illegal Loaded Forearm to the Throat and then Strangling with the Ropes. 4:41

4. Scott McGee and Nobleman Joe Turko; No Contest. Lord Jonathan Boyd and Rip Morgan came to ringside and entered the ring. A brawl broke out. Lanny Poffo and The Jivetones came out to help McGee while The Sheepherders came out to help their manager and stable.

5. Bobby Duncum; Texas Bulldozer Pin over Black Magic. 5:38

6. Leaping Lanny Poffo pinned Ox Baker. Sir Oliver Humperdink had hold of the Gong-Bell. Scott McGee came to ringside and took it from Ollie and gave it to Lanny who used it on Ox’s skull. 6:15

7. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) and The Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr.); Double Count-Out. A huge brawl broke out outside the ring with the Sheepherders throwing chairs. Lord Jonathan Boyd was using his flag to hit anyone and everyone. Rip Morgan came out then Scott McGee came to stop Rip. Poffo and Duncum were fighting in the food court. This was a total mess. 10:57
FrankC - Sep 21, 2011 - 07:55 AM
Post subject: SWF 9-21
SWF Wrestling – The Battleground – East Point, GA Att: 2,598

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Wildcat Marvin Jones

Referee; Dynamite Jim Mitchell


1. Bullman Downs; Charging Bull Pin over Bob “The Cat” Bradley. 5:35

2. Maya Singh; Wicked Groin Kick Pin over Super Mario Mancini. 3:34

3. Luna Vachon; Luna Eclipse (Rope Dive) Pin over Jackie Bradley. 5:08

4. State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright/Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) won by DQ over The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). The Hangmen were constantly Dirty Double-Teaming and refused to take the warning from referee Jim Mitchell. 9:02

5. Hacksaw Jim Duggan pinned Boris Zukoffe after a Reverse Chair Shot. 5:41

6. Maddog Buzz Sawyer and Tim Hoerner; Double-Count Out during OOR Brawl. 8:19

7. Dusty Rhodes won by DQ over Siegfried Stanke after Izzy Slapowitz was caught Throwing a Fireball. 6:14
FrankC - Sep 22, 2011 - 08:02 AM
Post subject: SWF 9-22
SWF Wrestling - Stone Warrior AA - Ashland, TN Att: 1488

Announcers; Lance Russell and Jess McGrath

Referee; Easy Eddie Gersh

Lance Russell Interview – The Interview was smooth and informative with Russell talking about Taylor eventually facing Austin Idol for the Southern Title. The Dream and Maha Singh came on the scene screaming about their chances at a title. The Dream grabbed Lance with the intent to choke him but Taylor clubbed the Dream. Maha Singh was about to hit Terry with a chair when Blackjack Mulligan came out and grabbed the chair. Mulligan then put Singh into an Iron Claw while Taylor had hooked in a Figure Four on The Dream. The limping Dream is -200 for today’s match.


1. Bull Pain; Pain Game (Swinging Neckbreaker) Pin over Randy “Bounty” Hunter. 3:42

2. Roger Kirby pinned Junkyard Dog. Maha Singh, at ringside, handed Roger a rusty wrench from Dog’s Junk Cart. Kirby used it for a Smash to the Chops. 5:05

3. Jill Fontaine won by Count-Out over Sherri Martel Sherri was arguing with Lance Russell, about her stable wrestler Austin Idol, and failed to make the count. 5:43

4. Wildcat Wendall Cooley and Dr. J.A. Jerry Allen; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action Maha Singh was taunting Cooley. Wendall got frustrated and chased Singh to the food court. Dr. J.A. was heading back to the ring but tripped on the TV wires. Neither could make the bell. 4:59

5. The Desperados (Black Bart/Outlaw Ron Bass) beat Double RR Posse (Rugged Reno Riggins/Rapid Ron Ritchie). Black Bart; Texas Trash Compactor Pin over Rugged Reno Riggins. 6:04

6. Terry Taylor; Flying Forearm Pin over the Dream. Maha Singh tried desperately to get to the ring but he was held back by Wendall Cooley. 7:11

7. TEXAS BULL ROPE MATCH – Blackjack Mulligan pinned Butcher Brannigan. Blackjack pummeled Butcher into the ringside crowd then dragged him with the rope for the in ring pin. Colonel Parker is protesting the match because he (Parker) was handcuffed to Terry Taylor to prevent interference. Colonel Parker claims that it distracted Brannigan who failed to put on his best show. 10:57
FrankC - Sep 23, 2011 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: SWF 9-23
SWF Wrestling – North Alabama Sports Center – Arab, AL Att: 2,402

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn

Referee; King Louie Tillet

1. Big Red Reese; Holy Ghost Splash Pin over Jamming Joe Mirto. 3:39

2. Crazy Luke Graham and Top Gun John Paul Demann; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 7:55

3. Madusa Micelli pinned The Lock after Madusa ducked while LunaVachon swung a steel chair. It hit The Lock in the skull. 7:28

4. The Conquistadors (1-2) beat The Devils Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword). Conquistador #1 over Doug Vines after Izzy Slapowitz tried to hep during OOR Action but caused the TV Cameraman to accidently tripped Vines on the wires. The dazed Doug was thrown into the ring for the pin. 8:27

5. King Tonga; Tongean Death Grip Submission over “The Continental Lover” Eddie Mansfield. 4:36

6. Rugged Ronnie Garvin pinned Big Bad John. B.B. John was reaching for his Army Helmet. Ronnie grabbed it and used it for a Skull Smash. 5:34

7. Jos LeDuc pinned Abdullah the Butcher. Percy Pringle threw Salt and hit Abdullah by mistake. 10:45
FrankC - Sep 24, 2011 - 10:00 AM
Post subject: ECW 9-24
ECW Wrestling – Island Gardens – W. Hempstead, NY Att: 2,764

Announcers; Joey Styles and Dusty Rhodes

Referee; Dangerous Danny Davis


1. Crowbar (Devon Storm); Eye of the Storm (Reverse DDT) Pin over Hack Meyers; 5:21

2. Steve Corino won by Count-Out over Jason Knight. Knight was thrown into a Hot Dog Cart during OOR Action and was unable to return to the ring. Referee Danny Davis waited for Jason to recover until the fans started booing out of frustration. Dusty Rhodes walked over and rang the bell. 7:57

3. Skinner; Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) Pin over Vic Grimes. 4:51

4. Justin Credible; That’s Incredible Pin over Jerry Lynn after a Dawn Marie Boot to the Groin. 7:46

5. The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs) beat The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike). Saggs pinned Spike after Downtown Bruno hit Spike with a Tire Iron to the Knee. 10:38

6. Mike Awesome won by Count-Out over Max Payne. During OOR Action Paul Hayman smashed a Microphone over Max’s Skull. Referee Danny Davis was quick to count Payne out. 9:29

7. ECW TV Title – Rockin Rebel (challenger) pinned Louie Spicoli (Champion). Kenny Casanova held a rag of ether to Louie’s face while referee Danny Davis left the ring to argue with Joey Styles and Dusty Rhodes. Rockin Rebel wins the ECW TV Title. 6:13
FrankC - Sep 25, 2011 - 08:07 AM
Post subject: ECW 9-25
ECW Wrestling – Memorial Hall - Dover, DE Att: 2,156

Announcers; Jim Cornette and Madusa Micelli

Referee; Handy Andy Thomas


1. Top Guns (Ricky Rice/Starfire Derrick Dukes) beat PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D). Dukes pinned Wolfie D with a Reverse Dropkick Chairshot. 9:08

2. Spike Dudley; Acid Drop Pin over The Intruder. 4:01

3. Big Dick Dudley; Dudley Driver Pin over Chris Hamrick. 4:48

4. B.W.O. Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) won by Count-Out over Boogie Knights (Salvatore Sincere/Disco Inferno). During OOR Action Chastity slammed a Fire Extinguisher over Disco Skull. Disco Inferno won’t be doing the Boogaloo for a while. 10:23

5. Tracy Smothers; Jaw Jacker (Flying Elbow) Pin over Balz Mahoney after Big Don (Tommy Rich) smashed a chair over Balz’s head and Sal E. Graziano held Mahoney in the corner. 6:36

6. Mikey Whipwreck won by DQ over Stunning Steve Austin. Jim Cornette hit Referee Andy Thomas with a Tennis Racket. Thomas called for the bell. 6:42

7. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – Tommy Dreamer pinned Lance Storm with a Loaded Nuck dive to the groin. Lance keeled over helplessly. Traci Brooks tried to help Lance by throwing a Small Lead Foreign object but Tommy intercepted and used with the Brass Nuck to make it loaded. 12:57
FrankC - Sep 27, 2011 - 10:07 AM
Post subject: ECW 9-27
ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn, NY Att: 4,122

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jerry Lawler on MSG Network-NYC

Referee; Bill Alphonso


1. Hugh Murrus; No Joke (Neckbreaker) Pin over Amish Roadkill. 4:34

2. Primetime Brian Lee; Cancellation (Back Breaker Drop) Pin over J.T. Smith. 4:52

3. Nova pinned Psycho Sid Vicious. While Bill Alphonso was distracted arguing with Joey Styles Downtown Bruno found a shovel under the ring and tried to use it to hit Nova in the skull but Nova ducked and Sid took the smash. 5:55

4. Papa Shango and Van Hammer; Double DQ. A big In-Ring Brawl with Hugh Murrus and Amish Roadkill also getting into the action. Hammer was swinging his guitar while Insanic the Maniac threw a fireball. Papa Shango poured Voodoo Syrup on referee Bill Alphonso who call for the bell. 12:29

5. BOOT CAMP MATCH – Public Enemy (Rocco Rock/Johnny Grunge) beat Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) by submission. Axl was tied to the corner post with a Military Belt and was being badly beaten. Ian threw in the Surrender Flag. The MASH unit was called to carry Axl away on a stretcher. 12:42

6. C.W. Anderson pinned Rhyno after Sinister Minister hit Rhyno in the skull with his Loaded Good Book. 6:47

7. ECW tag Title – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) and The Dudleys (Bubba Ray/D-Von); Double Count-Out. During an OOR Brawl Joel Gertner KO’d Kronus with his Loaded Neck Brace while D-Von was thrown from the ramp to the pit by Saturn. Neither Kronus or D-Von could make it back to the ring . 8:38 The Eliminators retain the ECW Tag Title.
FrankC - Sep 28, 2011 - 08:52 AM
Post subject: ECW 9-28
ECW Wrestling – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 2,858

Announcers; Joel Gertner and Don Callis on WGTW TV Channel 48

Referee; Bugsy McGraw


1. 911 and Tony DeVito; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 5:39

2. Rochester Roadblock pinned Sal E. Graziano after Tony Mariana smashed a microphone to Sal’s head by mistake. 7:42 The announcement was made that at 975 lbs, this is a record for the most weight by two wrestlers at the Ironbound Rec Center. It seems like a dubious honor.

3. Dudley Dudley won by DQ over Johnny Swinger. Victoria was caught handing Swinger a Sharp Object. 4:38

4. Can-Am Express (Doug Furness/Phil Lafon) beat The Mamalukes (Johnny “The Bull” Stamboli/Big Vito Lograsso). Furness; Running Power Slam Pin over Johnny the Bull. Tony Mariana tried desperately to prevent the pin but only added to the confusion and eventual outcome. 8:45

5. Chris Jericho and Danny Doring; Double DQ. Kim Nielson (Jericho’s manager) and Angelica (Doring’s Manager) entered the ring. During the melee referee Bugsy McGraw was hit with a steel chair. 6:57

6. Al Snow won by DQ over Raven. Alexis Laree sprayed perfume at Al but got referee Bugsy McGraw in the face by mistake. 9:21

7. HARDCORE TITLE – FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE – Terry Funk (Challenger) pinned Prince Albert (Champion) in the 3rd row at ringside. A fan hit Prince Albert in the noggin with a crowbar. 18:09 Terry Funk wins the hardcore Title.

Post Match notes – The fan, with a painted face, who used a crowbar on Prince Albert looked a lot like Al Snow. As he left his seat the fan seemed to be speaking to a mannequin head. He was heard to say to the mannequin head; “I did what you told me to. We are a good team.”

Bugsy McGraw had this to say about refereeing in ECW; “This is way over the top. I’m old school. A few of these punks could use a good butt kicking and I’m not too old to show them how it’s done.”

FrankC - Sep 29, 2011 - 10:30 AM
Post subject: ECW 9-29
ECW – Ocean City Convention Center – Ocean City, MD Att: 3,240

Announcers; Paul Haymen and B. Brian Blair

Referee; Nick Patrick


1. Kid Kash and Barry Horowitz; Double Count-Out. During OOR Action the fight was up the ramp and back to the Locker Area. 4:34

2. F.B.I. – Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mariana) beat The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed). Little Guido; Sicilian Slice (Bulldog) Pin over Mustafa Saed after a Sal E. Graziano Big Boot to the groin. 9:47

3. Damien Kane; Damien DDT Pin over Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster. 4:04

4. Tommy Cairo pinned Gangrel. Gangrel’s head was split open on the steel steps during OOR Action. Gangrel was blinded by blood when Tommy threw him back into the ring. 6:41

5. The Headhunters (A & B) beat KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush). HH-A pinned Crush after Insaniac the Maniac Threw a Fireball. 10:24

6. Chris Candido pinned Simon Diamond after Tammy Lynn Sytch sprayed Bug Bomb to Simon’s face. 7:06

7. The Sandman pinned Shane Douglas. Marlena (A. York) grabbed Pepper Spray from Francine and used it on Shane. 10:58
FrankC - Sep 30, 2011 - 08:43 AM
Post subject: ECW 9-30
ECW Wrestling – Viking Hall – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,144

Announcers; Joey Styles and Don Callis on WPPX TV Channel 61

Referee; Mike Adamie


1. Larry Winters and Mr. Hughes; Double Count-Out. OOR Action resulted in fighting up the ramp. 6:14

2. Bad St. Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews) beat Broad St Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Tony Stetson). Mathews; Double Underhook DDT over Hotbody after York retrieved a piece of sandpaper from Stetson to use on Hotbody’s eyes. 9:36

3. D.C. Drake and Chris Cheti; Time Limit Draw. The ending was confusing with Sinister Minister entering the ring and though he could have been DQ’d the time ran out so referee Mike Adamie called it a draw. 8:00

4. “Big Don” (Tommy Rich); Sicilian (Thesz) Press Pin over “Top Gun” John Paul Demann. 4:35 The Big Don’s Stable – Full Blooded Italians came out after the match waving the Italian Flag. The stable consists of; Tracy Smothers, Sal. E. Graziano (the bodyguard), The FBI tag team Little Guido and Tony Mariana and The Mamalukes team of Johnny “The Bull” Stamboli and Big Vito Lograsso. Big Don spoke; “We are not here for our good looks. We are here to take over ECW by beating all wrestlers to a pulp. We will face all comers. This is not an idle threat, this is a promise that no wrestler can refuse.”

5. Eddie Gilbert pinned E.Z. Money after Kimona Wannalaya handed Eddie a roll of coins for the KO. 4:45

6. Cactus Jack and Angel; Double DQ. This was a vicious brawl resulting in Angel using his Staple Gun and Cactus retaliating with a Spike. Referee Mike Adamie had enough. 9:08

7. ECW TITLE – Sabu (Challenger) pinned Rob Van Dam (Champion). Bill Alphonso smashed a Gong-Bell to Van Dam’s skull. 10:47 Sabu wins the ECW Title.
FrankC - Oct 01, 2011 - 08:01 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-1
WCCW Wrestling – Jonesboro AC – Jonesboro, AR Att: 1,412

Announcers; Steve Harms and David Penzer on KAIT TV Channel 8

Referee; Slick Mark Johnson


1. Dirty White Boy Tony Anthony; Brainbuster Pin over “The South Bend Basher” Brian Costello. 3:01

2. Blackjack Slade; Guillotine Legdrop Pin over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 4:15

3. Hercules Hernandez and Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe; Time Limit Draw 7:00

4. The Youngbloods (Chris/Mark) beat The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Mark pinned Parker after a reverse Chairshot. 6:12

5. One Man Gang won by Count-Out over Brad Armstrong. Armstrong chased Percy Pringle to the locker area and failed to make the bell. 5:09

6. Brian Adidas; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Buddy Landell. Adidas intercepted a Foreign Object thrown by Dawn Marie and used it on Landell’s chops. 8:05
FrankC - Oct 02, 2011 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-2
WCCW Wrestling – Kendall’s Dog Pound – Bristow, OK Att: 1,406

Announcers; Gene Goodsen and Mike Tenay

Referee; “Pee Wee” Anderson


1. Ravishing Randy Rose pinned Johnny Mantel with a Roll-Up and a Hand Full of Tights. 4:13

2. Cowboy Scott Casey; Bulldog Pin over Bruiser Bedlam. 4:26

3. Greay Kabuki; Spit Green Mist Pin over Terry Sims. 5:03

4. Southern Justice (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger) beat Double XX (1-2). Shanghai; Pumphandle Slam Pin over Mr. X-2. 7:44

5. Manny Fernandez won by Count-Out over Angel of Death. During OOR Action, Angel failed to make the bell. 8:17

6. STEEL CAGE – Jeep Swenson Escaped to beat Cactus Jack Manson. Jeep threw Cactus from the top of the cage then hit him with a Falling Elbow. 15:38
FrankC - Oct 03, 2011 - 09:19 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-3
WCCW Wrestling – Magic City Club – Bogalusa, LA Att: 1,358

Announcers; Frank Dusek and Rip Hawk

Referee; Johnny Weaver


1. Wild Bill Irwin pinned Dirty Don Serrano using a Hidden Foreign Object for the KO. 4:14

2. Maniac Mike Conrad won by DQ over Phil Hickerson. Hickerson smashed a chair over Maniac Mike’s back so Referee Johnny Weaver called for the bell. 5:41

3. Ricky Vaughn and “Mr. Superb” Steve Doll; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 5:48

4. Gorgeous Gary Young used Hidden Brass Nucks to pin Cousin Luke. 4:23

5. The Coast Connection (John Tatum/Rugged Rod Price) beat The Batten Brothers (Brad /Bart). Price pinned Brad after smashing his forehead to an exposed turnbuckle after Tatum had ripped the cover off it. 8:25

6. Non-Title Texas Belt (Dr. Tom Pritchard is the Champion) – Iceman King Parsons won by DQ over Dr. Tom Pritchard after Referee Johnny Weaver caught Brother Love with a Loaded Book of Love Sonnets. 9:42
FrankC - Oct 04, 2011 - 08:01 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-4
WCCW Wrestling – The Underground – Overland Park, KS Att: 1,432

Announcers; Dan Coates and Cowboy Bill Watts

Referee; Jungle Jim Korderas


1. Billy Travis and Jimmy Jack Funk; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

2. Sam Houston won by Count-Out over Bastian Booger. Booger got tangled in the TV wiring during OOR Action. 4:35

3. Kamala; Slap Belly Splash Pin over Steve “Do it to It” Cox. 3:32

4. High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J. Peterson) beat The Mulkey’s (Bill/Randy). Brett; Flying Forearm Pin over Randy. 6:48

5. Missing Link and Kendall Windham; Double DQ after all hell broke loose with chairs, TV equipment and even food being thrown. 6:19

6. Kevin Von Erich; Diving Cross Body Pin over Jack Victory. Jack was in and out of the ring conferring with Missy Hyatt. As he entered the ring for the umpteenth time, Kevin hit him for the pin. 10:03
FrankC - Oct 05, 2011 - 08:06 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-5
WCCW Wrestling – Willard PAL - Willard, MO Att: 1,268

Announcers; Joe Pedicino and Stella Mae French

Referee; Reliable Ralph Pulley


1. Savannah Jack; Super Kick Pin over Cowboy Tony Falk. 4:04

2. Plowboy Frazier; Standing Splash Pin over The Unpredictable Johnny Rodz. 4:46

3. Crusher Yurkoff pinned Skip Young. Savannah Jack at ringside smashed a bottle over Skip’s head. 5:10

4. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) and Double RR Posse (Rugged Reno Riggins/Ron Ritchie); Double Count-Out during an OOR Brawl. 6:21

5. Justin Hawk and Ed “Moondog” Moretti; Time Limit Draw 10:00

6. Prior to this match Jimmy Garvin grabbed the microphone from ring announcer Joe Rinelli. “Having me wrestle in this pig wallow of a town is a disgrace. I am Gorgeous Jimmy and I wear clothing that shouldn’t be near the smell of this awful place and the people who live here. Precious is also insulted. Let’s get on with this match so I can pin this Tugboat bum and get out of town as quickly as we can. Jimmy has been awarded 200 points for this match for living up to his nasty ways.

Tugboat Thomas won by DQ over Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin. Precious was caught, by Referee Ralph Pulley, spraying perfume at Tugboat’s eyes. 9:35 Precious is protesting the match claiming she was spraying perfume to rid Tugboat of the nasty smell because Tugboat had spent so much time signing autographs that the local pig odor was all over him.
FrankC - Oct 07, 2011 - 07:59 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-7
WCCW Wrestling – Harlington Sports Center – Harlington, TX Att: 2,440

Announcers; Marc Lowrence and Bill Mercer on KTVT TV Channel 11

Referee; Bronco Lubick


1. Bob “Rusty” Riddle pinned Tony DiPaulo by using the Ropes for Leverage. 4:16

2. Kelly Kiniski; Running Power Slam Pin over Brickhouse Brown. 5:35

3. The Bezerker; Sling from Ring Count-Out over Spike Huber. Spike couldn’t recover after smashing head first onto the concrete. 4:43

4. Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato) and The Assassin’s (Tom “Poison” Ivey/John Saxon); Time Limit Draw. 10:00

5. Lord Humongous pinned Al Madril after Downtown Bruno used Pepper Spray on Al’s face. 7:39

6. Kerry Von Erich won by Count-Out over The Punisher. Skandor Akbar refused to let The Punisher get back in the ring if Bronco Lubick kept refereeing. Bronco gladly counted Punisher out. 8:41
FrankC - Oct 08, 2011 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: NWF 10-8
NWF Wrestling – Boston Garden – Boston, MA Att: 14,890

Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hays

Referee; Chuck “Popeye” Richards


Pre-Show Match – Mr. Ooh La La and “Big Pecker” Rooster Griffin; Double Count-Out. 4:36

1. Tommy Jammer won by DQ over Matman Robbie Ellis. Matman was caught with a Foreign Object. 3:37

2. Velvet McIntyre; Victory Roll Pin over Ava Savage. 4:32

3. Corporal Kirshner; Diving Knee drop Pin over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. 4:49

4. Exotic Adrian Street won by Count-Out over Duke of Dorchester. The Duke chased Miss Linda who was taunting The Duke, up the ramp and to the locker area. The Duke failed to make the bell. 3:06

5. Masters of Disaster (Duke Meyers/Kerry Brown) beat The Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr./Jumping Joe Savoldi). Brown pinned Savoldi after Harvey Whippleman slashed Joe with a sharp object. Savoldi was blinded by blood. 10:24

6. Dirty Dutch Mantel pinned Nikolai Volkoff after Illegal Chokes and strangling with “Shoo Baby” (Mantel’s Whip). 7:04

7. Rowdy Roddy Piper won by Count-Out over Larry Zbyszko after slamming Larry through the announcer’s table. Zbyszko was unable to make the bell. Jim Cornette tried desperately to interfere but Roddy stuffed him in a garbage can and broke his tennis racket over a post. 9:12

8. Intercontinental Title – Jean Pierre Lafitte (Champion) pinned Rocky Johnson (Challenger) after a smash to the skull with a bag of “Pieces of Eight” and then hitting with Le Cannonball. 8:58 Jean Pierre Lafitte retains the Intercontinental Belt.
FrankC - Oct 09, 2011 - 11:23 AM
Post subject: NWF
NWF Wrestling – Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY Att: 15,868

Announcers; Bruno Sammartino and Red Ryan

Referee; Ripper Collins

1. Peggy Lee Leather pinned Debbie Combs. Chainsaw Liz Chase handed Peggy a roll of quarters for the KO. 6:03

2. Iron Mike Sharp; Loaded Forearm Pin over Salvatore Bellomo. 3:41

3. Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs) beat Latin Heartthrobs (Manuel/Roberto Soto). Embry; The Piledriver Pin over Roberto. 9:03

4. Kevin Kelly pinned Charley Fulton.

5. S.D. Jones won by DQ over Mongolian Stomper after Sir Oliver Humperdink clocked referee Ripper Collins over the head with a bottle of champagne. 4:35 Note – Irish Pat Barrett took over as the referee.

6. The Sheik pinned Baron Von Raschke after Abdullah Farounk threw beer in the Baron’s face to blind him for the moment. 7:14

7. Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka pinned Jesse “The Body” Ventura. Peggy Lee Leather ran in the ring for a chairshot on Jimmy while Chainsaw Liz Chase distracted the referee. Snuka grabbed the chair and smashed it over Jesse’s head. 6:47

8. NWF Tag Title – U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo/Barry Windham) (Challengers) beat Wild Samoans (Afa/Sika) (Champions). Windham; Bulldog Pin over Afa after Captain Lou Albano missed with 3 in 1 oil spray to the eyes and sprayed Afa by mistake. 9:49 The U.S. Express win the NWF Tag Title.
FrankC - Oct 10, 2011 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: NWF 10-10
NWF Wrestling – First Mariner Arena – Baltimore, MD Att: 13,114

Announcers; Angelo Savoldi and Bulldog Brower

Referees; Stan Stasiak and Vic Nichols


Pre-Match – “Sodbuster” Kenny Jay; Kneedrop Pin over “Macho” Goldie Rogers. 3:48

1. Candi Devine; Devine Rope Splash Pin over Donna Day. 4:12

2. Swede Hansen; Reverse Neckbreaker Pin over Terry Gibbs. 3:43

3. The Strongbows (Chief Jay/Jules) and The Moondogs(Rex/Spot); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 7:55

4. Earthquake Ferris; Roll-Up Pin over Playboy Buddy Rose. 4:49

5. Dr. D. Davis Shultz pinned Tito Santana after Piledriving him on the concrete floor and then rolling him back in the ring. 6:42

6. DOG COLLAR MATCH – Maddog Vachon pinned Dutch Savage. Maddog slashed Dutch’s face with the Dog Chain. Dutch was blinded by the blood from the gash on his face. 12:46

7. Big John Studd pinned Ivan Koloff. Nikita Bresnikov missed with a flag pole swing and hit Ivan square in the forehead. 6:27

8. WWF HW Title – Rick Martel (Challenger); Slingshot Splash Pin over Iron Sheik (Champion) while Bobby Heenan was causing confusion trying to help The Sheik. 10:45 Rick Martel wins the WWF HW Title.
FrankC - Oct 11, 2011 - 07:57 AM
Post subject: NWF 10-11
NWF – International/UK – The Point Theatre – Dublin, Ire Att: 9,582

Announcers; Ken Walton and Mr. TV Jackie Pallo

Referee; Mick McMichael and Big Bruno Erlington


1. The Slam Patrol (Velvet McIntyre/Princess Victoria) won by DQ over The Glamour Girls (Judy Martin/Lailani Kai). Lailani Kai was caught trying to hand Judy a Small Metal Foreign Object. 7:01

2. Ripper Tony Leone and Bob “The Cat” Bradley; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 4:37

3. Tiger Chung Lee pinned Jumping Johnny DeFazio after slashing Johnny with a Sharp Object. DeFazio was Blinded by Blood. 5:04

4. Rene Goulet pinned Steve “O” Olsonoski after a KO with Brass Nucks. 4:46

5. British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid) beat The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake). Dynamite Kid over Blake after Davey Boy Smith dropkicked Blake and Kid fell on top. 9:14

6. United Kingdom (UK) Title – Vic Faulkner (Challenger) pinned Rollerball Rocco (Champion). Dudley Gillingham tried to hit Vic with a bottle a Bass Beer but missed clocking Rocco flush in the forehead. 6:08 Vic Faulkner wins the UK Title.

7. Billy Robinson pinned Kendo Nagasaki (UK). George Gillette was conferring with Kendo in the ring when Billy gave them a Noggin Nocker then fell on Nagasaki. 9:43

8. International HW Title – Mighty John Quinn (Champion) pinned Otto Wanz (Challenger) after a Lord Alfred Hays Chairshot. 7:39 Mighty John Quinn retains the International HW Title.
FrankC - Oct 12, 2011 - 08:46 AM
Post subject: NWF 10-12
NWF Wrestling – Rosemont Horizon – Rosemont, IL Att; 17,062

Announcers; Al DeRusha and Lord Athol Layton

Referees; Johnny Gates and Mike Spangler


1. Chainsaw Liz Chase pinned Joyce Grable after Peggy Lee Leather sprayed Black Flag to Joyce’s eyes. 5:26

2. Tommy Lane; DDT Pin over Rusty Brooks. 6:04

3. Bowery Boys (Slip Durso/Killer Joe Abby) won by DQ over Rising Suns (Mr. Fuji/Mr. Saito). Mr. Fuji was caught throwing salt in Durso’s eyes. 6:54

4. NWF TV Title – Brooklyn Brawler Steve Lombardi (Champion) pinned Hillbilly Jim (Challenger). Brawler KO’d Jim with a Smash from a Blackjack. 4:45 Brooklyn Brawler retains the NWF TV Title.

5. Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff; Spike Piledriver Pin over Maniac Matt Borne. 5:48

6. Ivan Putski pinned Dino Bravo. Jimmy hart swung his megaphone and hit Dino by mistake. 6:13

7. Gino Brito pinned Superstar Billy Graham while Little Tokyo and Mighty Fritz held the Ropes for Leverage. 7:11

8. STEEL CAGE MATCH – King Kong Bundy beat George “Animal” Steele. Bobby Heenan tossed Bundy a small solid Foreign Object that Bundy used for a Jaw Smash. Bundy then performed an Atomic Drop from halfway up the cage before climbing out. 13:27
indianaice - Oct 12, 2011 - 04:48 PM
Post subject: Re: NWF 10-12
FrankC wrote:

8. STEEL CAGE MATCH – King Kong Bundy beat George “Animal” Steele. Bobby Heenan tossed Bundy a small solid Foreign Object that Bundy used for a Jaw Smash. Bundy then performed an Atomic Drop from halfway up the cage before climbing out. 13:27


I would think the cage would collapse under Bundy's weight. This final result didn't chime in with me just for that fact. Perhaps the winner would be the one pinning his opponent without the normal stipulations of having to climb over the cage and onto the ring floor following pin/submission. Some cage matches were determined that way (Sheik (Ed Farhat) vs. Abby per example).

I enjoy following your federations.....hope you kept a copy of all your posts for a future "Ring Wrestling Magazine".

ED
nolefan2 - Oct 12, 2011 - 05:04 PM
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Could have been heavy bar kind of steel cage liked they used for King Kong Bundy v. Hulk Hogan in Wrestlemania 2, instead of the chain mesh kind of the cage!
FrankC - Oct 13, 2011 - 07:03 AM
Post subject: NWF 10-13
NWF Wrestling – Municipal Auditorium – Kansas City, MO Att: 10,694

Announcers; Bill Kersten and Kevin Wall

Referees; Big Bob Stanley and Farmer McKinley Pickins


1. Cowgirl Sue Green pinned Apache Judy Starfire after reversing a Foreign Object smash to the chops. 5:32

2. Mr. Electricity Steve Regal and Outback Jack; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. 4:52

3. The Tonga Kid; High Flying Body Press Pin over Big Bully Busick. 5:51

4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) beat Young Stallions (Jim Powers/Paul Roma). Barbarian over Roma while Slick held the Ropes for Leverage. 7:54

5. Ken Patura won by Count-Out over Tony Atlas. Tony was brawling with Adnan El Kassie during OOR Action and Patura slipped back in the ring to make the count. 8:12

6. B. Brian Blair won by DQ over Adrian Adonis after Percy Pringle hit Blair over the head with a bottle of Dom Perignon. 7:35

7. Dream Team (Greg Valentine/Brutus Beefcake) beat High Flyers (Greg Gagne/Jim Brunzell). Valentine over Brunzell. Cornette tripped Brunzell as he was whipped to the ropes. 11:09

8. AWA HW Title – Hulk Hogan (Champion) and Jerry “Crusher” Blackwell (Challenger); Double Count-Out as the wrestlers were fighting to the Parking Lot outside the arena. Hogan suffered a huge cut on his face when Adnan El Kassie slashed him with a Foreign Object. Blackwell was hit by a car in the Parking Lot. Both wrestlers are out for at least a month. 12:17 Hulk Hogan retains the AWA HW Title.
FrankC - Oct 14, 2011 - 11:24 AM
Post subject: SWF 10-14
SWF – Mid Atlantic CW – Norfolk Scope – Norfolk, VA Att: 13, 476

Announcers; Billy Powell and Joe Munick

Referees; Eddie Sharkey and Danny Ferraza


Pre-Card Match – Don Bass; Facebuster Pin over Joe Turko. 4:41

1. Leilani Kai pinned Rockin Robin after Throwing Salt to the Eyes. 5:51

2. Beastmaster Rick Link; Choke with Chain Pin over Big Bill Dromo. 5:07

3. Tim Hoerner pinned The Dream (Mike Davis) after reversing a Gong Bell Smash. The Lock was attempting to hit Tim with the bell and Hoerner took it to use on The Dream. 6:31

4. Terry Funk pinned Leaping Lanny Poffo after smashing his fake NWA Belt to Lanny’s skull. 6:51

5. Scott McGee pinned Kendo Nagasaki. Percy Pringle used his cane to trip Scott but triiped Kendo by mistake. 7:18

6. The Spoiler pinned Hacksaw Butch Reed after a Chairshot. 7:06

7. Road Warriors (Hawk/Animal) beat the Infernos (#1/#2). Inferno #1 failed to make the bell during OOR Brawl. 9:47

8. SWF TV Title – Beautiful Beauregarde (Challenger) pinned Don Kernodle (Champion) after a Brutal Chairshot while Missy Hyatt distracted Referee Danny Ferraza. 9:05 Beautiful Beauregarde is the Newwwwwwww SWF TV Champion.
FrankC - Oct 16, 2011 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: SWF 10-16
SWF – GCW – Macon County Coliseum – Macon, GA Att: 9,250

Announcers; Ole Anderson and Fred Ward

Referees; Easy Ed Gersh and Buddy Colt


1. Wildside Mark Starr; Ankle Lock Submission over The Continental Lover Eddie Mansfield. 5:36

2. Daughters of Darkness (The Lock/Luna Vachon) and Erie Dolls (Marilyn Bender/Jill Fontaine); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 8:34

3. Crazy Luke Graham; Golden Spike (Taped Thumb) Submission over Tank Patton. 5:19

4. The Sheepherders (Luke Williams/Butch Miller) won by Count-Out over State Patrol (Lt. James earl Wright/Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker). During OOR Action Lord Jonathan Boyd held on to Parker who failed to make the bell. 8:52

5. Mr. Pogo won by DQ over Marvelous Mitch Ryder. Izzy Slapowitz handed Pogo a Foreign Object which Mitch intercepted. Referee Easy Ed Gersh saw Mitch with the object and called for the bell. 5:05

6. Mr. Wrestling II; Million $ Kneelift Pin over Great Mephisto. 7:38

7. CAGE MATCH – Bruiser Brody beat Ox Baker. Ox was about to leap from near the cage top tripped and fell helplessly. Brody performed several Jumping Kneedrops before climbing out. 12:23

8. SWF Tag Title – Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn/Stan Lane) (Challengers) won by Count-Out over Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan/Purple Hayes) (Champions). During OOR Brawl Haze failed to make to bell. 10:12 The Army of Darkness retains the SWF Tag Titles.
FrankC - Oct 17, 2011 - 09:10 AM
Post subject: SWF 10-17
SWF – CWF – Lakeland Center – Lakeland, FL Att: 9,924

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Barbara Clary

Referees; Coach John Heath and Sockeye Jack McDonald


Pre Show Match – Mike Graham won by DQ over Siegfried Stanke when Izzy Slapowitz was caught handing Siegfried some Brass Nucks. 5:09

1. Bob “Rusty” Riddle; Rusty Rammer (Skull Smash) Pin over Mike “Hammer” Reed. 4:54

2. Devil’s Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Sword; Double Team DDT Pin over Jim Dillinger. 7:35

3. Texas Cowgirls (Cowgirl Sue Green/Wendi Richter) beat The Nasty Girls (Peggy Lee Leather/Chainsaw Liz Chase). Wendi Richter; Double Team Dropkicks Pin over Liz Chase. 8:12

4. Hacksaw Jim Duggan won by DQ over Krusher Khrushev after Paul Jones was caught on the ring apron with a Rag full of Ether. 6:24

5. Zamboui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem) beat The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne). Elijah Akeem over Danny Davis set up by a Vicious Double Team while referee Jack McDonald was trying to prevent Ken Wayne from entering the ring. 9:53

6. Magnum TA; Belly to Belly Suplex over Rip Morgan. 4:06

7. Dusty Rhodes pinned Big Bad John. Dusty took Big Bad John’s helmet from him and used it on John’s skull. 5:11

8. FLORIDA HW TITLE – Masked Superstar (Champion) pinned Rugged Ronnie Garvin (Challenger) after Paul Jones threw Superstar a Tire Iron to use on Ronnie’s skull. 9:12 Masked Superstar retains the Florida HW Title.
FrankC - Oct 18, 2011 - 09:32 AM
Post subject: SWF 10-18
SWF – SECW – Nashville Municipal Auditorium – Nashville, TN Att: 9,646

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Cowboy Bob Ellis

Referees; Big Buck Jones and Irish Jack Dillon


Pre Match – Dr. Jerry Brown; Gourd Buster Pin over Wildman Mike Boyette. 4:26

1. The Wild Bulls (Bull Pain/Bullman Downs) beat The Mulkeys (Bill/Randy). Bull Pain; Pain Game(Swinging Neckbreaker) Submission over Randy. 5:02

2. Judy Martin; Drip Dry Power Bomb Pin over Jackie Bradley. 3:13

3. Maha Singh won by Count-Out over Bob Orton Jr. Orton was fighting with AOD (K. Sullivan and The Dream) outside the ring and failed to make the count. 8:32

4. King Tonga; Tongan Death Grip Submission over Gorgeous George South. 5:29

5. Butcher Brannigan pinned Bullet Bob Armstrong after Colonel Parker slipped Brannigan a Foreign Object for a Smash to the Chops. 6:10

6. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich and Mad Dog Buzz Sawyer; Double Count-Out during an OOR Brawl that included AOD’s Kevin Sullivan and The Dream. 8:21

7. Chief Wahoo McDaniel pinned Nikita Koloff after Nikita Breznikov mistakingly hit Nikita in the skull with a bottle of Smirnoff Vodka. 8:42

8. SWF - NWA HW Title – Sgt. Slaughter (Champion) pinned Blackjack Mulligan (Challenger) after The Grand Wizard sprayed Right Guard Deodorant to Mulligan’s eyes. 10:17 Sgt. Slaughter retains the SWF –NWA HW Belt
FrankC - Oct 19, 2011 - 08:21 AM
Post subject: SWF 10-19
SWF – Mid Atlantic – Charleston Civic Center – Charleston, WV Att: 13,402

Announcers; Billy Powell and Ted Lewin

Referees; Slim Zimbleman and Swede Karlson



1. Champaagne Blonds (Debbie Combs/Desiree Peterson) beat Savage Killers (Ava Savage/Killer Tomato). Debbie Combs; Hammerlock Submission over Killer Tomato. 6:56

2. Boris Zuchoffe pinned Rocky Stone while Nikita Bresnikov Held the Ropes for Leverage. 5:56

3. Johnny “Crash” Rich pinned Bunkhouse Buck. Buck leaped from the ropes and crash landed on an empty runway. 4:14

4. JUNK CART MATCH (Any piece of junk from the Dog’s Cart can be used as a weapon if the wrestler can reach the cart during the match – no count-outs) – Junkyard Dog pinned Roger Kirby after a Double Skull Smash with a Rusty Auto Tire Rim. Johnny Rich and Ron Simmons loaded Kirby onto the Junk Cart and helped push him to the locker area. 9:34

5. The Desperados (Black Bart/Ron Bass) beat The Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr.). Ron Bass pinned Tiger Conway Jr. after a Paul Jone’s Smash to the Skull with a microphone. 9:48

6. Ron Simmons pinned Big Red Reese. Reese tried a Head First Splash into the corner and met only the corner post knocking him out. 4:42

7. LIBYAN DEATH MATCH – Abdullah the Butcher beat Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant. Jimmy was unable to continue after a Vicious Head First Slam into a Vendor’s Cart split his head open. 14:54

8. Ricky Steamboat won by Count Out over Ric Flair. During OOR Action Ric failed to make the bell. 7:59
MKABear - Oct 19, 2011 - 09:14 AM
Post subject: Re: SWF 10-19
[quote="FrankC"]SWF – Mid Atlantic – Charleston Civic Center – Charleston, WV Att: 13,402

Announcers; Billy Powell and Ted Lewin

Referees; Slim Zimbleman and Swede Karlson



7. LIBYAN DEATH MATCH – Abdullah the Butcher beat Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant. Jimmy was unable to continue after a Vicious Head First Slam into a Vendor’s Cart split his head open. 14:54

Jimmy "Boogie" Valiant - Okay Okay Okay - No excuses from the Boogie Woogie Man! The Butcher, he done won round one, but he didn't win no war. Send him a contract. A contract for a NEW YORK CITY STREET MATCH - I'll teach that stinking camel jockey a thing or two about life in the BIG APPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FrankC - Oct 20, 2011 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: SWF 10-20
SWF – Southern – Von Braun Center – Huntsville, AL Att: 12,184

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and King Louie Tillet

Referees; Tough Tony Borne and Cowboy Bill Halliday


Pre Card – Moondog Mayne pinned Beach Boy Sunny Rogers. 3:41

1. Sherri Martel and Princess Victoria; Double Count-Out in a vicious match. 7:02

2. Jos Leduc pinned Hustler Rip Rogers. Rogers had a Foreign Object. LeDuc got the object and used it to KO the Hustler. 6:07

3. Colonel DeBeers pinned Bugsy McGraw after Bobby Duncum who was at ringside hit Bugsy in the skull with the Gong-Bell. 6:15

4. Wildcat Wendall Cooley; Flying Body Press Pin over Bobby Duncum. Duncum was distracted by Bugsy McGraw and Jos LeDuc. During the match LeDuc came down the aisle pushing a wheelchair with what appeared to be an old woman in it. At ringside the supposed old woman was revealed as Bugsy McGraw with a bandaged head. Bugsy and Jos Leduc distracted Duncum who didn’t keep his eye on Cooley. 5:13

5. Rock and Roll Express (Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson) beat The Brainbusters (Arn Anderson/Tully Blanchard). Morton over Blanchard after J.J. Dillon accidentally hit Tully with a microphone. 10:45

6. Ted DiBiase won by DQ over Dick Murdock. Paul Jones entered the ring with a chair. 7:44

7. Dirty Dick Slater; Knee Drop Pin over Don Muraco after Colonel Parker kicked Muraco in the temple with a Loaded Boot. 8:19

8. Southern HW Title – Austin Idol (Champion) pinned Terry Taylor (Challenger) after Sherri Martel sprayed perfume into Terry’s eyes. 11:11 Austin Idol retains the Southern HW Title.


Note from Charlie Pratt – The fans have to be frustrated with Austin Idol and Sherri Martel’s cheating ways. This was Terry Taylor’s match and he had Idol beat but somehow the tide turned under Unusual Circumstances and Sherri got away with a spray to the eyes. The very talented and easy going Taylor will have to wait for another day and time.
MKABear - Oct 20, 2011 - 02:54 PM
Post subject: Re: SWF 10-20
Austin Idol - "Pratt, you don't tell the fans what they have to do! All they HAVE to do is to marvel at the body of the Universal Hearthrob. Poor Little Terry will have to 'wait for another day and time' for one simple reason, it was my hand that got raised in the middle of the ring, and the Southern HW Belt stays where it belongs. Hey, I've had it so long, there is even a notch worn in where I buckle it!!!"
FrankC - Oct 21, 2011 - 09:26 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-21
ECW Wrestling – Tom McGonigal’s AA – Levitown, PA Att: 2,284

Announcers; Joey Styles an Madussa Micelli

Referee; Andrew Thomas


1. Blue Meanie; People’s Leg Drop Pin over Boy Tony. 3:41

2. Primetime Brian Lee; Cancellation (Backbreaker Drop) Pin over Van Hammer. 4:32

3. Larry Winters pinned Dudley Dudley after several Steel Chairshots. 6:41 Joel Gertner immediately fired Dudley Dudley claiming that he won’t listen to instructions.

4. Damien Kane and Chris Hamrick; Double DQ. Hamrick was caught with a Sharp Object he took from Damien. Insaniac the Maniac threw a fireball almost hitting Referee Andrew Thomas and Papa Shango who was with Insaniac at ringside was preparing Voodoo Syrup and some slashed on Thomas. 7:49

5. Stunning Steve Austin pinned Mikey Whipwreck after Jim Cornette sprayed Black Flag to Mikey’s eyes. 6:46

6. KroniK (Adam Bomb/Crush won by DQ The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Downtown Bruno swung a Tire Iron to hit Adam Bomb by hit Referee Andrew Thomas by mistake. 9:11 Referee Andrew Thomas has been transported to the hospital. Madusa Micelli will take over as Special Referee.

7.ECW TV Title – Rockin Rebel (Champion) pinned Hugh Murrus (Challenger). Kenny Casanova used a Lead Pipe on Hugh’s head. 9:23 Rockin Rebel retains the ECW TV Title.
FrankC - Oct 22, 2011 - 08:45 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-22
ECW Wrestling – Showplace Arena – Upper Marlboro, MD Att: 2,826

Announcers; Jerry Lawler and Dusty Rhodes

Referee; Mike Adamie


1. Stevie Richards; Stevie Super Kick Pin over Jason Knight. 3:42

2. Johnny Swinger; Swing Thing (Cobra Clutch) Submission over Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster. 4:25

3. Crowbar – Devon Storm pinned Vic Grimes after smashing him in the skull with a Gong-Bell. 5:54

4. The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull/Big Vito) beat Can/Am Express (Doug Furness/Phil Lafon). Johnny the Bull pinned Doug Furness while Sal E. Graziano held Doug’s legs. 7:35

5. Little Don Tracy Smothers; Jaw Jacker (Flying Elbow) Pin over Rhyno after a Double Chairshot by Big Don Tommy Rich and Sal E. Graziano. 9:54

6. Shane Douglas pinned Simon Diamond. Francine handed Shane a Roll of Coins for the KO. 8:04

7. BOOT CAMP MATCH – Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge/Rocco Rock) beat Bad Breed (Ian/Axl Rotten). Rocco pinned Ian. Johnny used the Rifle Butt to bludgeon Ian and Axl to a bloody mess. The MASH Unit was called.
FrankC - Oct 24, 2011 - 09:45 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-24
ECW Wrestling – Coney Island – Brooklyn , NY Att: 3,602

Announcers; Joey Styles and Kevin Sullivan

Referee; Bill Alphonso


1. Mr. Hughes pinned 911 after Paul Hayman hit 911 by mistake with a briefcase. 5:41

2. Broad St Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Tony Stetson) beat Boogie Knights (Salvatore Sincere/Disco Inferno). Tony Stetson; Running Knee Smash Pin over Sal Sincere. 8:13

3. Steve Corino pinned LSD – Little Spike Dudley while Prodigette Held the Ropes for Leverage. 5:54

4. Papa Shango pinned Louie Spicoli. Insaniac the Maniac threw Voodoo powder into Louie’s eyes. 6:38

5. DOG COLLER MATCH – Balz Mahoney pinned Amish Roadkill. Balz tied Amish to the corner post with the dog chain and beat Amish to a bloody pulp. 10:02

6. Rob Van Dam and Chris Candido; Double DQ. Rob took a Sharp Object from Tammy Sytch. Chris had some Brass Nucks. 9:09

7. ECW TAG TITLE – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn)(Champions) and F.B.I. (Little Guido/Tony Mariana)(Challengers); Double Count-Out. A huge OOR Brawl got way ou of control with the wrestlers fighting up the ramp and out the doors. 12:52 The Eliminators retain the ECW TAG TITLE.
FrankC - Oct 26, 2011 - 10:08 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-26
ECW Wrestling – Wonderland – Revere, MA Att: 2,464

Announcers; Jim Cornette and Rockin Robin

Referee; Killer Joe Nova


1. Kid Kash and Barry Horowitz; Double Count-Out. The wrestlers took the brawl up the ramp and out the doors to the dog track. 5:10

2. PG – 13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D. beat Bad St Boys (Christian York/Joey Mathews). J.C. Ice pinned Christian York after a Double Team DDT. 8:16

3. Al Snow and Head pinned Big Dick Dudley after a Joel Gertner Shkull Smash with his Loaded Necbrace missed and hit Dudley by mistake. 5:52.

4. “The Big Don” Tommy Rich pinned Chris Cheti after Sal E. Graziano unmercifully choke Chris in the corner. 5:09

5. Jerry Lynn won by DQ over Chris Jericho. Kim Nielson jumped on referee Joe Nova in order to prevent a pin. 8:45

6. The Dudley Boyz (D-Von/Bubba Ray) beat B.W.O. – Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards). Bubba Ray pinned Blue Meanie after D-Von smashed a Fire Extinguisher to Meanie’s skull. 11:53

7. ECW Hardcore Title Match – Falls Count Anywhere – Terry Funk (Champion) pinned C.W. Anderson on the Barroom Sidewalk after hurling Anderson through the plate glass barroom window. 19:02 Terry Funk retains the ECW Hardcore Title.
FrankC - Oct 28, 2011 - 10:37 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-28
ECW Wrestling – National Guard Armory – Teaneck, NJ Att: 3,122

Announcers; Don Callis and Paul Hayman

Referee; Nick Patrick


1. E.Z. Money; Money Clip (Elbow Smash) Pin over Hack Meyers. 5:14

2. Roadblock won by DQ over Prince Albert after Insaniac the Maniac entered the ring with a Barbed Wire Baseball Bat and threatened referee Nick Patrick. 4:09

3. Gangrel pinned J.T. Smith after rubbing Foreign Substance into Smith’s eyes. 4:07

4. Sid Vicious pinned Max Payne. Harvey Whippleman hit Max in the knee with a Tire Iron. 6:14

5. Tommy Dreamer; DDT Pin over Raven. Alexis Laree sprayed perfume at Tommy but Beulah McGillicuty hit Alexis’ hand causing Raven to get the spray. 11:42

6. The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed) beat The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike). Mustafa Saed pinned Wolfe. Wolfe had an inside cradle on Mustafa but New Jack ran in and turned them over. 9:36

7. BARBED WIRE MATCH – Cactus Jack beat Angel. Cactus threw Angel onto a roll of barbed wire outside the ring. The already bloodied Angel got tangled and couldn’t escape. Angel suffered serious injury. He was eventually taken to the nearest hospital. 16:41
MKABear - Oct 28, 2011 - 10:10 PM
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7. BARBED WIRE MATCH – Cactus Jack beat Angel. Cactus threw Angel onto a roll of barbed wire outside the ring. The already bloodied Angel got tangled and couldn’t escape. Angel suffered serious injury. He was eventually taken to the nearest hospital. 16:41

You know, I have found in life, that it is really hard to beat someone who feels no pain! Cactus Jack is the scariest guy in wrestling because of that fact!
FrankC - Oct 29, 2011 - 08:31 AM
Post subject: ECW 10-29
ECW Wrestling – Viking Hall – Philadelphia, PA Att: 2,614

Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner

Referee; Dangerous Danny Davis


1. Skinner; Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) Pin over The Intruder. 4:33

2. Mike Awesome pinned Nova. Paul Hayman distracted Nova who was blindsided. 5:34

3. D.C. Drake and Tony DeVito; Double Count-Out. OOR Brawl went up the stairs and out to the Food Court. 5:37

4. Danny Doring pinned Lance Storm. Tracy Brooks swung a Loaded Purse at Danny but Angelica hit Tracy’s arm causing her to miss and hit Lance in the process. 7:45

5. KENDO STICK MATCH – Justin Credible beat The Sandman. Dawn Marie hit The Sandman in the skull with a Gong Bell then Justin hit Sandman in the Gut with Several Kendo Stick whacks. The Sandman was taken to the hospital after being hauled from the ring on a stretcher. 13:02

6. The Headhunters (A/B) and Top Guns (Ricky Rice/Derrick Dukes); Double DQ. An OOR Brawl led to the 4 wrestlers using Steel Chairs as weapons. Then Insaniac the Maniac threw a fireball almost blinding referee Danny Davis. Davis called for the bell. 12:36

7. ECW Title – Sabu (Champion) pinned Tommy Cairo (Challenger) after Bill Alphonso hit Tommy in the skull with a microphone. 10:11 Sabu retains the WCW Title.
FrankC - Oct 31, 2011 - 08:51 AM
Post subject: WCCW 10-31
Happy Halloween!!

WCCW Wrestling – Tulsa Convention Center – Tulsa, OK Att:8,212


Announcers; Gene Goodson and Frank Dusek

Referee; Jungle Jim Korderas


1. Cross Bronx Express (Johnny Rodz/Jose Estrada) beat The Mulkeys (Bill/Randy). Rodz; Diving Head Butt Pin over Bill. 6:53

2. Mr. Superb Steve Doll; Flying Dropkick Pin over Jake “Milkman” Milliman. 4:08

3. Jack Victory and Spike Huber; Double Count-Out. 5”02

4. Kamala; Slap Belly Splash Pin over Randy Rose. 6:14

5. Bruise Brothers (Ron/Don Harris) beat The Texicans (Shanghai Pierce/Tex Slazenger). Don over Tex with a Doubleteam DDT. 9:05

6. David Von Erich won by DQ over Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin. Precious tried to hit David in the head with the Gong Bell but dropped it in front of referee Jim Korderas who called for the bell. 9:07

7. WCCW TV Title – Brian Adidas (Challenger); Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Killer Tim Brooks (Champion). 8:35 Brian Adidas wins the WCCW TV Title.
FrankC - Nov 01, 2011 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-1
WCCW Wrestling – Summit Arena – Hot Springs, AR Att: 6,138

Announcers; Steve Harms and Stella Mae French

Referee; Chad “The Marshall” Patton

1. The Beast Mike Boyette; Foreign Object Pin over Cowboy Tony Falk. 3:31

2. Steve Cox won by Count-Out over Blackjack Slade. Slade got into a confrontation with Ricky Vaughn and failed to make the count. 5:53

3. Ricky Vaughn and Kelly Kiniski; Double Count-Out during OOR Action. Blackjack Slade came out to help Kiniski brawl against Vaughn and no one made the count. 6:31.

4. Dirty White Boys (Tony Anthony/Len Denton) beat The Batten Brothers (Brad/Bart). Tony Anthony pinned Bart. Anthony whipped Bart to the ropes and Len Denton tripped him. 10:07

5. Great Kabuki pinned Kendall Windham. Playboy Gary Hart took off his Loaded Shoe and smashed it to Kendall’s skull. 8:44

6. Jeff Jarrett won by DQ over Jake “Snake” Roberts after Baby Doll was caught handing Jake a Foreign Object. 7:05

7. BRASS NUCKS MATCH – Cactus Jack Manson pinned Jeep Swenson with a Double Knuckle to the Gut and Choppers. Jeep was carried away on a stretcher. 13:21 During the match General Skandor Akbar came to ringside with Al Perez and used a chair on Jeep when he fell from the ring. By the time Referee Chad Patton called for Security, the damage had been done.
FrankC - Nov 02, 2011 - 08:49 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-2
WCCW Wrestling – Gilley’s Club – Pasadena, TX Att: 5,928

Announcers; Bill Mercer and Mark Lowrance

Referee; Pee Wee Anderson


1. Phil Hickerson; Big Powerslam Pin over Terry Sims. 6:36

2. Brad Armstrong; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Bastian Booger. 4:26

3. Crusher Yurkoff and Cousin Luke; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

4. Cowboy Scott Casey won by DQ over Hercules Hernandez. Brother Love jumped on referee Pee Wee Anderson as Hernandez was about to be pinned. 5:46

5. The Long Riders (Scott/Bill Irwin) beat The Simpsons (Steve/Shaun). Bill Irwin pinned Shaun after a Vicious Double-Team while Steve was being pushed out of the ring by Pee Wee Anderson. 10:04

6. Buddy Landell pinned Chris Adams after Dawn Marie hit Chris in the skull with a bottle of 4 Roses. 6:25

7. TEXAS TITLE – Tugboat Thomas; Tidal wave Pin over Dr. Tom Pritchard. Pritchard was conferring in the corner with Brother Love and they got blindsided by an impatient Thomas. 8:44 Tugboat Thomas is the Newwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Texas Champion.
FrankC - Nov 04, 2011 - 08:47 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-4
WCCW Wrestling – Landon Arena – Topeka, KS Att: 8,844

Announcers; Mike Tenay and Johnny Weaver

Referee; Slick Johnson


1. Jimmy Jack Funk; Bulldog Pin over Dusty Wolfe. 4:11

2. Bruiser Bedlam pinned Brickhouse Brown using a Hidden Foreign Object. 4:03

3. Orient Express (Pat Tanaka/Kato) and Pretty Yong Things (Koko B. Ware/Norvell Austin); Time Limit Draw. 10:00

4. Billy Travis won by DQ over Missing Link. General Skandor Akbar entered the ring with a Baseball Bat. 6:39

5. The Punisher; Heart Punch Pin over Plowboy Frazier. Plowboy was being distracted by Skandor Akbar and got blindsided. 8:17

6. Al Perez pinned The Patriot after Skandor Akbar burned Patriot with his cigar. 7:05

7. WCCW TAG TITLE – Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey/Bobby Eaton) (Challengers) beat The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton/Tommy Rogers) (Champions). Eaton; Spinning Neckbreaker Pin over Fulton after a Jim Cornette Tennis Racket Smash. 10:38 Jim Cornette jumped into the ring and grabbed the microphone announcing; “I want to introduce the Greatest tag Team in the world and the Newwwwwwwww World Class Champions; The Midnight Express.”
FrankC - Nov 12, 2011 - 12:08 PM
Post subject: the Commissioner
To all my friends. I have has a long week and a day in the hospital. Each day I thought about Ultra Quick and the hours of enjoyment that I was missing. I will always share with you and I even expect to resume tomorrow.

Regards, Frank the Commissioner C.
gord69 - Nov 12, 2011 - 02:28 PM
Post subject: RE: the Commissioner
Frank I hope all is well (or soon will be). Love reading your fed post keep them coming and thanks.

Best wishes
Gordon
FrankC - Nov 13, 2011 - 10:08 AM
Post subject: WCCW 11-13
WCCW Wrestling Black River Coliseum – Poplar Bluff, MO Att: 5,466

Announcers; Cowboy Bill Watts and Joe Pedicino

Referee; Reliable Ralph Pulley


1. The Youngbloods (Chris/Mark) won by DQ over The Hangmen (Jim Grabmire/Cowboy Parker). Cowboy Parker hit Referee Ralph Pulley with a Chairshot. 6:51

2. Gorgeous Gary Young won by Count-Out over Johnny Mantel. Mantel was fighting with Playboy Gary Hart and failed to make the count. 4:15

3. Sam Houston; Bulldog Pin over Savannah Jack. 5:12

4. Manny Fernandez pinned The Bezerker. Skandor Akbar tried to hit Manny with a Viking Helmet but it was reversed with The Bezerker taking the hit. 6:23

5. Lord Humongous pinned Al Madril using a Roll of Quarters handed to him by Downtown Bruno. 6:23

6. Iceman King Parsons; Butt Bump Pin over Gino Hernandez. Gino had a Foreign Object that Iceman took and used for a Smash to the Chops before the pin. 8:21

7. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Terry Gordy) beat The Von Erichs (Kevin/Kerry). Hayes pinned Kerry after a Double Team DDT while the Ref was holding Kevin out of the ring. 10:14
Carparama - Nov 13, 2011 - 02:22 PM
Post subject:
Thrilled to hear you're back and ready to go, sir! Hope you are feeling better!
everhat - Nov 13, 2011 - 02:41 PM
Post subject:
I'm glad you're feeling better, Frank!

These write-ups are so much fun.
MKABear - Nov 13, 2011 - 07:46 PM
Post subject: Re: WCCW 11-13
FrankC wrote:
WCCW Wrestling Black River Coliseum – Poplar Bluff, MO Att: 5,466



7. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes/Terry Gordy) beat The Von Erichs (Kevin/Kerry). Hayes pinned Kerry after a Double Team DDT while the Ref was holding Kevin out of the ring. 10:14


This one was held just 30 miles from where I live. I have been to the Black
River Coliseum only once, to see a PBR Bull riding show.

PS - I was always a huge Michael Hayes fan!


Welcome back, Buddy!
MKABear - Nov 14, 2011 - 10:55 AM
Post subject:
American Bank Center – Corpus Christi , TX Att: 9,156



Announcers; Don Coates and David Penzer



Referee; Bronco Lubich





1. Double XX (1 & 2) beat The Conquistadores (1 & 2). Double XX #1; Falling Knee Drop Pin over Conquistador #2. 6:11



2. Angel of Death pinned Skip Young while Missy Hyatt was Holding the Ropes for Leverage. 4:32



3. Ed “Moondog” Moretti; Gourd Buster Pin over Rock & Roll Buck Zumhoffe. 4:36 Drop pin over Conquistador # 2. 6:11



4. Coast Connection (John Tatum/Rugged Rod Price) beat High Rollers (Brett Sawyer/D.J. Peterson). Tatum pinned Sawyer after Missy Hyatt Sprayed Bug Bomb to Sawyer’s eye’s. 9:09



5. Justin Hawk won by Count-Out over Rip “Crippler” Oliver after Missy Hyatt hit Rip in the head, by mistake, during OOR Action. Oliver was too dazed to make the count. 7:22



6. Teiji Khan pinned Bill Jack after Paul Jones kicked Billy in the temple area several times. 10:08



7. WCCW HW Title – One Man Gang (Challenger) pinned Dingo Warrior (Champion) after Percy Pringle smashed a Tire Iron ton Dingo’s skull. 9:01 One Man Gang is the Newwwwwwwwwww WCCW HW Champion.

(These results are from Frank - just relayed by me - I definitely am not taking over Frank's Feds!!!)
FrankC - Nov 15, 2011 - 06:38 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-15
NWF Wrestling – Nasson Rec Center - Springvale, ME Att: 1,432

Announcers; Ray Morgan and Angelo Savoldi

Referee; Ricky Sexton


1. Rusty Brooks; Rusty Bomb (Falling Power Bomb) Pin over Randy “Bounty” Hunter. 4:16

2. Desiree Peterson won by DQ over Killer Tomato after Killer hit referee Ricky Sexton. 3:34

3. Iron Mike Sharp; Loaded Forearm Pin over Psycho Capone. 4:45

4. Matman Robbie Ellis pinned Pete Doherty the Duke of Dorchester after Pete missed with a Diving Head Butt from the top ropes. 5:29

5. Bowery Boyz (Slip Durso/Killer Joe Abby) beat Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr./ Jumping Joe Savoldi). Abby over Mosca Jr. after Durso hit Angelo in the knee with a tire iron. 7:48

6. Rocky Johnson and Dave “Fit” Finley; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

7. Tony Atlas; Military Press Slam over Ken Patura. Dave “Fit” Finley tried to cave a trash over Tony’s back. Tony got the trash can and used it on Patura. Tony lifted Patura for the slam. The crowd went wild. 10:09
FrankC - Nov 16, 2011 - 05:42 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-16
NWF Wrestling – Waterbury PAL – Waterbury, CT Att: 1,522

Gorilla Monsoon and Jimmy Lennon

Referee; Easy Ed Gersh


1. Special Delivery Jones; Smashing Head Butt Pin over Tough Tony DiPaulo. 3:41

2. Bull Nakano and Jumping Jill Fontaine; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 6:24

3. Outback Jack; Boomerang (Lariat) Pin over Assassin John Saxon. 4:45

4. Powers of Pain (Barbarian/Warlord) beat The Heartthrobs (Manuel/Roberto Soto). Warlord; Flying Clothesline Pin over Roberto during I/R Action with all 4 wrestlers. The Barbarian was actually the legal I/R wrestler. 9:43

5. Adrian Adonis pinned Hillbilly Jim using a Hidden Foreign Object. 5:41

6. Gino Brito; Figure Four Submission over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp after Mighty Fritz and Little Beaver ran in and tripped Sharp to the canvas. 5:09

7. WHIP MATCH (Using Dirty Dutch’s Shoo Baby) - NikolaiVolkoff won by submission over Dirty Dutch Mantel after continuous choking with the whip Dutch appeared to not be breating so Referee Ed Gersh called the match. 11:56 Dutch is protesting the match claiming he never gave up.
FrankC - Nov 20, 2011 - 04:15 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-20
NWF Wrestling – Four Aces FC – Clinton Twp, MI Att; 1,364

Announcers; Joe Pedicino and George Scott

Referee; Johnny Gates


1. Charlie Fulton; Knee Drop to Throat Pin over Super Mario Mancini. 3:03

2. Rockin Robin and Ava Savage; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 6:56

3. Corporal Kirshner and Friar Ferguson; Double DQ. During OOR Brawl both wrestlers were caught using dangerous props as weapons. 6:11

4. Chief Jules Strongbow; Indian Death Lock Submission over Big Bully Busick. 5:25

5. The Rockers (Shawn Michaels/Marty Janetty) beat The Moondogs (Rex/Spot). Marty Janetty pinned Rex after whipping him to the ropes and Spot tripped Rx by mistake. 9:54

6. Maddog Vachon; Piledriver Pin over Butcher Vachon. 8:09

7. LIBYAN DEATH MATCH – Baron Von Raschke pinned The Sheik. Abdullah Farouk threw The Sheik a roll of coins that the Baron intercepted. Von Raschke performed a Sidra Suplex and a smash to the chops. 11:48
FrankC - Nov 22, 2011 - 04:31 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-22
NWF Wrestling – JW’s Gym - N. Vernon, IN Att: 1,246

Announcers; Chuck Marlow and Bob Luce
Referee; Izzy Moidel

1. Swede Hansen; Reverse Neckbreaker Pin over Salvatore Bellomo. 4:13

2. Velvet McIntyre; Victory Roll Pin over Apache Judy Starfire. 5:19

3. Rene Goulet; Scorpion Deathlock Submission over “The Judge” John Furr. 4:37

4. Maniac Matt Borne pinned “Columbus Clipper” Frankie Williams using a Hidden Foreign Object that he snatched from Frankie. 4:42

5. The Beverly Brothers (Beau/Blake) beat The Fabulous Blonds (Eric Embry/Ken Timbs). Beau pinned Timbs during a vicious doubleteam while referee Izzy Moidel was hold Embry from entering the ring. 9:41

6. Ivan Koloff won by Count-Out over Jumping Johnny DeFazio. During OOR Action Johnny failed to make the bell. Neither wrestler appeared to be in the ring but Moidel’s decision will stand. 6:35

7. Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka; Superfly Leap Splash over Tiger Chung Lee. 8:32
FrankC - Nov 24, 2011 - 04:31 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-24
NWF Wrestling – Hendrick’s Club = Otiumwa, IA Att: 1,774

Announcers; Bill Kersten and Red Ryan
Referee; Duke Noble

1. Dirty Danny Collins; The Bristol Stomp (Brainbuster) Pin over Brian Costello. 3:52

2. Leilani Kai; Diving Splash Pin over Donna Day. 5:25

3. Tommy Lane and Boy Tony; Double Count-Out. Lane was chasing a screaming Boy Tony and neither made the count. 6:49

4. Steve “O” (Olsonoski); Dropkick Pin over Terry Gibbs. 5:06

5. The Young Stallions (Paul Roma/Jim Powers) beat The Masters of Disaster (Duke Myers/Kerry Brown). Roma; Double Team Dropkick Pin over Myers. 9:27

6. Mongolian Stomper won by Count-Out over Kevin Kelly. During OOR Action Kelly was chased Oliver Humperdink and failed to make the count. 6:12

7. George “Animal” Steel pinned Dutch Savage. Savage was cut in the face with a Hidden Sharp Object that he brought into the ring. Animal reversed the move. 8:34
everhat - Nov 24, 2011 - 06:07 PM
Post subject: RE: NWF 11-24
These write-ups are so much fun to read.

Thanks, Frank!
FrankC - Nov 26, 2011 - 04:37 AM
Post subject: NWF 11-26
NWF Wrestling – Wisconsin Rapids AC – Nekoosa, WI Att: 1,404

Announcers; Gene Okerlund and Al DeRusha
Referee; Mickie Hensen

1. Sodbuster Kenny Jay; Kneedrop Pin over Beautiful Bruce Swayze. 4:06

2. Monster Ripper Berta Faye and Princess Victoria; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 5:35

3. Earthquake Ferris; Ferris Wheel Pin over Dr. J.A. Jerry Allen. 4:59

4. Mr. Electricity Steve Regal won by Count-Out over Sgt. Frank Holz after Holz head was split open by a slam into the steel steps during OOR Action and he failed to make the count. 5:43

5. The Pretty Playboys )Buddy Rose/Doug Somers) beat Double RR Posse (Rugged Reno Riggins/Ron Ritchie). Rose; Las Vegas Jackpot (DDT) Pin over Riggins. 7:05

6. B.Brian Blair; Flying Dropkick Pin over Larry Zbyszko after Jim Cornette entered the ring to help Larry and caused confusion. 7:55

7. Rowdy Roddy Piper pinned Dino Bravo. Roddy took Jimmy Hart’s Megaphone and smashed it to Dino’s skull then chased Jimmy from ringside. 10:37
FrankC - Nov 28, 2011 - 03:47 AM
Post subject: SWF 11-28
SWF Wrestling – Salem Civic Center - Salem, VA Att: 2, 216

Announcers; Billy Powell and Tom Miller

Referee; Rudy Charles


1. Dr. Jerry Brown; Gordbuster Pin over Mr. X #2. 4:05

2. Chainsaw Liz Chase; Super Suplex Pin over Jackie Bradley. 3:35

3. Scott McGee; Aerial Attack Pin over Hustler Rip Rogers. 6:01

4. Zamboui Express (Kareem Mohammed/Elijah Akeem) beat The Wolfpack (Buddy/Dusty Wolfe). Kareem over Buddy; Zamboui Splash Pin. 6:53

5. Wahoo Mc Daniel; Tomahawk Chops Pin over Gorgeous George South. 6:13

6. Terry Funk and King Tonga; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 9:32

7. BOOT CAMP MATCH – Colonel DeBeers beat Bugsy McGraw. Referee Rudy Charles called the match when the Colonel dug his heel into Bugsy’s throat and twisted to cut off the air. The MASH Unit was called. 11:22 Colonel DeBeers did his superiority march around the ring while the fans threw cups and hot dog wrappers at him.
everhat - Nov 28, 2011 - 09:05 PM
Post subject:
Rowdy Roddy Piper pinned Dino Bravo. Roddy took Jimmy Hart’s Megaphone and smashed it to Dino’s skull then chased Jimmy from ringside. 10:37

That is fantastic!

I just got over Jim Cornette charging the ring to help Larry Zbysko...
FrankC - Nov 30, 2011 - 05:31 AM
Post subject: SWF 11-30
SWF Wrestling – Valdosta Arts Center – Valdosta, GA Att; 1,468

Announcers; Stan Rhodes and Joe Munick
Referee; Pat Flannagan

1. Maha Singh; Boot to the Groin Pin over Johnny K-9. 3:22

2. Marilyn Bender won by Count-Out over Peggy Lee Leather. Peggy Lee got into a pushing match with Rockin Robin who was at the announcer’s table and she failed to make the count. 5:12

3. Wildcat Wendall Cooley and Don Bass; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

4. Big Red Reese pinned Ron Simmons. Reese had a Hidden Foreign Object to use for a Smash to the Chops. 6:02

5. Brainbusters (Arn Anderson/Tully Blanchard) beat Chain Gang (Ken/Jim Dillinger). Tully Blanchard; Slingshot Suplex Pin over Ken Dillinger. 9:45

6. Crazy Luke Graham; Golden Spike (Taped Thumb) Pin over Don Kernodle while Colonel Parker held Don’s legs down. 8:32

7. Bullet Bob Armstrong; Jawbreaker Pin over Butcher Brannigan. Bob intercepted a Roll of Coins thrown by Colonel Parker and added clout to his smash. 6:33
FrankC - Dec 01, 2011 - 05:30 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-1
SWF & CWF Wrestling – Ft. Lauderdale Armory – Ft. Lauderdale, FL Att; 2, 614

Announcers; Gordie Solie and Jay Goodley

Referee; Seaman Art Thomas


1. Big Bad John; Backbreaker Submission over Chris “Manilow” Duffy. 3:38

2. Joyce Grable won by DQ over The Lock. Luna Vachon was caught handing The Lock some Brass Nucks. 5:22

3. The Jivetones (Pez Whatley/Tiger Conway Jr.) beat The Wild Bulls (Bull Pain/Bullman Downs). Pez; Flying Willie (Diving Headbutt) Pin over Bull Pain. 6:41

4. Bob Orton Jr.; Superplex Pin over Boris Zuchoffe. Orton was cut in the face by a sharp object of Zuchoffe yet managed to pin Boris while blinded by blood. 6:27

5. Terry Taylor; Sharpshooter Submission over “The Continental Lover” Eddie Mansfield. 4:40

6. Kendo Nagasaki; Samauri Kick Pin over Tim “While Lightening” Hoerner. Percy Pringle threw a cup of beer into Tim’s face to set up the finish. 6:03

7. Bruiser Brody won by DQ over Seigfried Stanke. Izzy Slapowitz hit Brody with a glass bottle and was caught in the act. 8:35.
FrankC - Dec 03, 2011 - 04:15 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-3
SWF Wrestling - Baker Box Arena – Paducha, KY Att: 2,008

Announcers; Jess McGrath and Eddie Graham
Referee; Big Buck Jones

1. Jerry Brisco and Mr. X #1; Time Limit Draw. 7:00

2. The Dream (Mike Davis); Wicked Kick to Groin Pin over "Mr. Danger" Duane Gill. 3:12

3. Bobby Duncum and Tank Patton; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 7:43

4. Hacksaw Butch Reed; Flying Shoulder Block Pin over Nature Boy Roger Kirby. 7:33

5. Sherri Martel; Diving Splash Pin over Debbie Combs after a Smash with Chair. 8:34

6. Devils Duo (Doug Vines/Jeff Sword) won by Count-Out over The Nightmares (Danny Davis/Ken Wayne). Ken Wayne failed to make the count during OOR Action. 9:02

7. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich pinned Buzz Sawyer after Kevin Sullivan swung a microphone at Tommy and hit Buzz by mistake. 8:12
FrankC - Dec 04, 2011 - 05:59 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-4
SWF - Stone Warrior AA - Ashland, TN Att: 1,496

Announcers; Rich Landrum and Ed Caprel
Rederee; Ace Zvonkin

1. Purple Haze pinned Mike “Hammer” Reed after a Smash to the Chops with a Hidden Foreign Object. 3:34

2. Wildside Mark Starr; Ankle Lock Submission over The Black Baron. 4:39

3. Rip Morgan pinned Don Serrano. Lord Jonathan Boyd hit Serrano in the forehead with a flagpole. 4:35

4. Beastmaster Rick Link and Leaping Lanny Poffo; Time Limit Draw. 10:00

5. Candi Devine pinned Madusa Miceli by Grabbing the Tights while Lord Jonathan Boyd held the Ropes for Leverage. 7:31

6. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller/Luke Williams) and State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright/Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker); Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl. 9:14

7. Magnificent Don Muraco won by DQ over Dirty Dick Slater after Colonel Parker jumped on referee Ace Zvonkin to prevent a pin. 9:37
FrankC - Dec 07, 2011 - 03:31 AM
Post subject: SWF 12-7
SWF Wrestling – Pelham Civic Complex – Demopolis, AL Att: 2,430

Announcers; Charlie Pratt and Dickie Steinborn
Referee; Farmer McKinley Pickins

1. Junkyard Dog pinned Bullman Downs. Samantha Pain tried to hit the Dog with a rusty pail she took from the junk cart but missed and hit Bullman. 6:21

2. Daughters of Darkness (Luna Vachon/The Lock) won bt Count-Out over The Slam Patrol (Velvet McIntyre/Princess Victoria). Victoria was unable to make the bell during OOR Action. 9:24

3. Lonnie Moondog Mayne; Backbreaker Submission over Maniac Mike Conrad. 5:12

4. Mr. Pogo; Pogo Driver (Spiked Piledriver) Pin over B.C. Brian Costello. 3:06

5. Big Bill Dromo pinned Krusher Krushchev. Krusher was standing on the corner post about to leap when Moondog Mayne walked by the ring, reached in a and tripped Krusher who fell to the canvas on his skull. 6:07

6. Bunkhouse Buck won by Count-Out over Johnny “Crash” Rich. During OOR Action, Colonel Parker did a Piledriver on Concrete to Rich leaving Johnny helpless. 5:13

7. Abdullah the Butcher pinned Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant. Percy Pringle slipped Abdullah some Brass Nucks. Abdullah hid them under bandages he had covering his hand. 9:12
MKABear - Dec 07, 2011 - 07:57 AM
Post subject:
7. Abdullah the Butcher pinned Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant. Percy Pringle slipped Abdullah some Brass Nucks. Abdullah hid them under bandages he had covering his hand. 9:12

Yeah Abdullah got the pin, but if it is a brass knucks match he wants, he's got one. One stipulation though, I am bringing a "Manager" of my own just to make sure Pringle stays in his can!
FrankC - Dec 07, 2011 - 12:21 PM
Post subject: Jimmy
MKABear wrote; Yeah Abdullah got the pin, but if it is a brass knucks match he wants, he's got one. One stipulation though, I am bringing a "Manager" of my own just to make sure Pringle stays in his can!

To MKABeat; Your suggestion is not only very good but quite sensible. The referee Farmer McKinley Pickins reports that he did not see the Brass Nucks used in the ring but did see Abdullah handing Percy Pringle some Brass Nucks after the match.

Jimmy has signed for the Brass Knuckles match and he will have a manager. Percy Pringle is protesting having Abdullah sign but both will face severe consequenses if Abdullah does not sign.

Commissioner FrankC, SWF Wrestling
MKABear - Dec 07, 2011 - 08:59 PM
Post subject: Re: Jimmy
FrankC wrote:
MKABear wrote; Yeah Abdullah got the pin, but if it is a brass knucks match he wants, he's got one. One stipulation though, I am bringing a "Manager" of my own just to make sure Pringle stays in his can!

To MKABeat; Your suggestion is not only very good but quite sensible. The referee Farmer McKinley Pickins reports that he did not see the Brass Nucks used in the ring but did see Abdullah handing Percy Pringle some Brass Nucks after the match.

Jimmy has signed for the Brass Knuckles match and he will have a manager. Percy Pringle is protesting having Abdullah sign but both will face severe consequenses if Abdullah does not sign.

Commissioner FrankC, SWF Wrestling


NOW THAT IS WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!
FrankC - Dec 09, 2011 - 05:40 AM
Post subject: ECW 12-9
ECW Wrestling – Woodbridge CC – Woodbridge, NJ Att:1,702

Announcers; Joey Styles and Joel Gertner
Referee; Bill Alphonso

1. Skinner; Gatorbreaker (inverted DDT) Pin over Top Gun John Paul DeMann. 5:09

2. LSD Spike Dudley; Acid Drop Pin over The Intruder. 4:36

3. Big Dick Dudley won by Count-Out over Hack Meyers. Hack got sick of Joel Gertner’s constant interference and chased him to the locker area. 4:42

4. Johnny Swinger; Swing Thing (Cobra Clutch) Submission over Chris Hamrick. Victoria set up Chris by reaching through the ropes and tripping him then she applied a Crotch Claw while Bill Alphonso looked the other way. 5:01

5. KroniK (Crush/Adam Bomb) beat The Mamalukes (Johnny the Bull/Big Vito Lograsso). Adam Bomb pinned Johnny the Bull after Big Vito missed with a Chairshot and hit Johnny by mistake. 9:24

6. Chris Jericho pinned Tommy Dreamer. Kim Nielson clubbed a microphone to Tommy’s skull. 7:09

7. ECW TV Title – Rockin Rebel (Champion) pinned Danny Doring (Challenger). Kenny Casanova found a shovel under the ring and used it on Danny’s head. 7:51 Rockin Rebel retains the ECW TV Title.
FrankC - Dec 12, 2011 - 06:07 AM
Post subject: ECW 12-12
ECW Wrestling – Ocean City Convention Center – Ocean City, MD Att: 3,462

Announcers; Jim Cornette and Dusty Rhodes
Referee; Dangerous Dannny Davis

1. Van Hammer pinned Leatherface. Leatherface took Van Hammer’s guitar and tried to use it to Hammer’s skull but the move got reversed. 6:12

2. Dudley Dudley; Dudley Driver Pin over E.Z. Money. Joel Gertner came to ringside and tried to smash Dudley with the Loaded Neckbrace but hit Money by mistake. 4:01 Dudley then went after Gertner who called out The Dudley Boyz. Bubba Ray and Devon proceeded to smash their brother with chairshots. Balz Mahoney, Louie Spicoli and Dusty Rhodes came to Dudley Dudley’s aid. Dudley was taken away on a stretcher.

3. Frankie “Thumper” Lancaster won by DQ over Larry Winters after a Hidden Sharp Object fell from his trunks. 4:42

4. Prince Albert and Nova; Double Count-Out after an OOR Brawl was taken up the ramp and into the food court. 7:56

5. Balz Mahoney pinned Shane Douglas. Francine tried to hit Balz with a Microphone but hit Shane instead. Balz followed with a Chairshot. 9:24

6. Louie Spicoli pinned Mike Awesome after a Reverse Smash with the Gong-Bell. 10:09

7. The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray/D-Von) beat Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge/Rocco Rock). Bubba pinned Johnny after Joel Gertner smashed his Loaded Neck Brace to Johnny’s skull. 11:27
FrankC - Dec 14, 2011 - 05:18 AM
Post subject: ECW 12-14
ECW Wrestling – MSG Network – Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY Att: 3,976

Announcers; Joey Styles and Jerry Lawler
Referee; Killer Joe Christie

1. Tracy Smothers and Boy Tony; Double Count Out. Boy Tony kept running from Tracy. Finally Tracy caught him on the ramp and performed a DDT but both wrestlers missed the count. 6:48

2. F.B.I. Full Blooded Italians (Little Guido/Tony Mariana) beat Can/Am Express Phil Lafon/Doug Furness). Little Guido pinned Phil Lafon after Tony Mariana smashed Phil with a Foreign Object to the chops. 6:51

3. Chris Candido and Mr. Oh La La; Time Limit Draw. Mr. Oh La La was using up time by posing for the women fans. Tammy Lynn Sytch (Sunny) and Chris felt they could pin the French Lover at any time so they let him pose. Time caught up without a pin. 7:00

4. Primetime Brian Lee; Cancellation (Backbreaker Drop) Pin over Tony DeVito. 4:32

5. Sid Vicious won by Count-Out over Tommy Cairo. Tommy chased Downtown Bruno up the ramp and out the main door after Bruno threw a cup of Cola in his face. 6:15

6. CAGE MATCH – Cactus Jack beat C.W. Anderson. Jack catapulted Anderson face first into the cage wall splitting his head open. Anderson was blinded by blood. A Double Arm DDT before Cactus climbed out ended the carnage. 14:13

7. ECW TAG TITLE – The Eliminators (John Kronus/Perry Saturn) and The Gangstas (New Jack/Mustafa Saed); Double DQ. An all out brawl broke out. Trash Cans, Chairs, Food, a Shovel, a Tire Jack, etc were all thrown into the ring. Referee Killer Joe Christie called the match. 9:46
FrankC - Dec 16, 2011 - 06:50 AM
Post subject: ECW 12-16
ECW Wrestling – Ironbound Rec Center – Newark, NJ Att: 3,121

Announcers; Paul Hayman and Medussa Micceli on WGTW Chan 48 – Philadelphia
Referee; Al Krusher Korman


1. Vic Grimes pinned Simon Diamond. During OOR Action Tony DeVito came out and used a Piledriver on the cement to Simon. He then threw the KO’d Simon back into the ring. 5:03

2. J.T. Smith pinned Kid Kash. Kenny Casanova tried to hit J.T. with a bottle of wine but missed crashing into Kid;s skull. 4:35

3. Chris Cheti; Amityville Horror (Samoan Driver) Pin over Amish Roadkill. 4:17

4. Papa Shango won by Count-Out over Hugh Murrus. Prince Albert was with Insanic the Maniac at ringside. Murrus got into a fight with Albert and Insaniac threw a Fireball blinding Hugh. Murrus wandered up the ramp trying to make it to the locker area. 6:29

5. B.W.O. Blue World Order (Blue Meanie/Stevie Richards) beat PG-13 (J.C. Ice/Wolfie D). Blue Meanie; Meaniesault Pin over J.C. Ice after Chastity hit Ice with a Fire Extinguisher. 9:02

6. Rob Van Dam; Five Star Frog Splash Pin over D.C. Drake. 7:38

7. HARDCORE TITLE – FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE
Terry Funk (Champion) pinned Crowbar (Devon Storm) in the Storage Pit below the ramp after both fell from the ramp. Crowbar tried to use a metal music stand as a weapon but Terry got the stand and used it on Crowbar’s head causing a bad gash and blinding blood. 11:13 Terry Funk retains the Hardcore Title.
FrankC - Dec 19, 2011 - 04:56 AM
Post subject: ECW 12-19
ECW Wrestling – Island Garden – W. Hempstead, NY Att: 2,996

Announcers; Joey Styles and Kevin Sullivan on MSG Network
Referee; Mike Graham

1. Mr. Hughes and Jason Knight; Double Count-Out during OOR Brawl up the ramp and to the locker area. 5:12

2. Broad St. Bullies (Johnny Hotbody/Tony Stetson) beat Top Guns (Ricky Rice/David Dukes). Stetson pinned Rice while Hotbody held the Rope for Leverage. 8:19

3. Rhyno Richards pinned Damien Kane. Rhyno took the Gong-Bell that Insaniac the Maniac was about to use on him and smashed it to Damien’s skull. 6:16

4. Al Snow; Snow Plow (Scoop Brainbuster) Pin over Gangrel. Gangrel was being distracted by Cactus Jack who was at ringside holding a Mannequin Head. 5:44

5. The Pittbulls (Wolfe/Spike) beat The Nasty Boys (Jerry Saggs/Brian Knobbs). Wolfe pinned Saggs after a Lisa Moretti (Ivory) Chairshot. 12:03

6. Lance Storm pinned Jerry Lynn after Traci Brooks sprayed perfume to Jerry’s eyes. 7:48

7. KENDO STICK MATCH – The Sandman pinned Justin Credible after a Double Whack to the Temple. Lisa Moretti stopped Dawn Marie from throwing coffee into Sandman’s eyes and in the process Justin took the coffee to the face. 12:52
FrankC - Dec 22, 2011 - 06:25 AM
Post subject: ECW 12-22
ECW Wrestling – Viking Hall – Philadelphia, PA Att: 3,664

Announcers; Joey Styles and Don Callis on WPPX TV Channel 61
Referee; Johnny Gates

1. Roadblock; Dead End Drop (Reverse Fall Slam) Pin over 911 after Roadblock took a Foreign Object from 911 and used it prior to the pin. 5:21

2. The Headhunters (A & B) beat Bad St. Boys (Chris York/Joey Mathews). Headhunter A over Chris York after a Vicious Doubleteam. 8:41

3. Angel pinned Barry Horowitz after Barry sustained a bad cut to the forehead from a Staple Gun smash. 5:03

4. Mikey Whipwreck; Whippersnapper (Diving Jawbreaker) Pin over Stunning Steve Austin. Austin turned his back and was giving the crowd finger gestures. 7:51

5. Bad Breed (Axl/Ian Rotten) beat Boogie Knights (Disco Inferno/Salvatore Sincere). Ian pinned Disco after Axl hit Disco with a Tire Iron. 9:08

6. Raven pinned Max Payne after Alexis Laree sprayed Oven Cleaner to Max’s eyes. 7:31

7. ECW Heavyweight Title – Steve Corino (Challenger) Old School Bomb (Brainbuster) Pin over Sabu (Champion). Bill Alphonso tried to interfere but bumped into Sabu leaving him vulnerable. 10:45 Steve Corino wins the ECW Heavyweight Belt.
FrankC - Dec 26, 2011 - 08:06 AM
Post subject: WCCW 12-26
WCCW Wrestling – Four States Arena – Texarkana, AR Att: 4,656

Announcers; Bill Mercer and Betty Ann Stout
Referee; James Beard

1. Bill Travis; BT Express (Flying Clothesline) Pin over Bull Pain. 4:11

2. Randy Rose; Brainbuster Pin over “Big Pecker” Rooster Griffin. 3:03

3. Johnny Mantel pinned Killer Tim Brooks after Billy Travis, at ringside, reached in and tripped Brooks. An angry Killer Tim was screaming at Billy vowing to alter his pretty face into a mangling mess. 4:43

4. The Texicans (Tex Slazinger/Shanghai Pierce) won by Count-Out Pretty Young Things (Koko B. Ware/Norvell Austin). During an OOR Brawl, Paul Jones smashed a microphone over Koko’s skull. Koko couldn’t make the bell. 9:23

5. Missing Link pinned Kendall Windham after General Skandor Akbar spit Chewing Tobacco into Kendall’s face. 6:10

6. Angel of Death pinned Billy Jack. Missy Hyatt sprayed Pledge into Billy’s eyes. 9:34

7. WCCW TV Title – Brian Adidas; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Gorgeous Gary Young. 6:26
FrankC - Dec 30, 2011 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: WCCW 12-30
WCCW Wrestling – Muskogee Civic Center = Muskogee, OK Att: 5,292

Announcers; Mike Tenay and Johnny Weaver