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FrankC - Aug 08, 2012 - 12:54 PM
Post subject: GV's Ultra Quick Feds
My friend George sends his Ultra Quick resuts to me each day. He has tried to get on the forum but new registrations have not been accepted as of late. Until he gets a password I thought that I would send examples of his Feds. He has Feds from 1970's to current TNA. Here are a few examples from the past. I will try to post his results each day.


WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 8/03/12
Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME. Att: 10,192


Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Special Guest Ring Announcer: Frank C
Referees: Dave Hebner & Nick Kozak

1. "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware (w/ mascot Frankie) pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with a Small Package at 3:51.

2. Jose Luis Rivera over the Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) by DQ at 6:22. Referee Nick Kozak caught Blassie jabbing Rivera in the gut with his teakwood cane and immediately signaled for the bell.

3. The British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith w/ mascot Matilda) over the Moondogs (Rex & Spot w/ big and nasty looking bones) at 7:57. Davey Boy pinned Rex with his Running Powerslam in this all-canine tag match up. After the bout, the Dynamite Kid tried to give Matilda one of the Moondog's bones to gnaw on but Spot quickly grabbed it away from him and fled to the dressing room.

4. Tito Santana pinned "The Genius" Lanny Poffo with his Flying Forearm off the ropes at 8:34. Prior to the bout, The Genius wanted to read one of his poems aloud but Special Guest Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho refused to give up his microphone. The Genius pouted and pranced and began reading the poem anyway but without the mic he was quickly drowned out by a chorus of "Boos !"

5. The Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake & Greg "The Hammer" Valentine w/ "Luscious" Johnny V) defeated The Bushwhackers (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) at 11:10. Beefcake rolled up Butch from behind as the Bushwhacker was jawing with Johnny V. In an unusual turn of events, Dino Bravo suddenly raced into the ring and attacked Beefcake from behind. Any notion of Bravo turning babyface was quickly dispelled when Valentine and Johnny V both joined in with the Canadian Strongman on the beatdown of Brutus. Ironically, it was the Bushwhackers who came to Beefcake's defense and made the save. Johnny V ran over to the announcer's table and told Gorilla Monsoon that Bravo & Valentine were his "New Dream Team".

6. The Big Bossman defeated King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) at 11:35. Heenan, in an attempt to give Bundy some managerial advice, ended up costing his man the match. The Bossman used a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind to pin Bundy while he was conferring with "The Brain" in the corner. Gorilla called Heenan, "A fountain of misinformation" : )

As we awaited the Main Event, Lord Alfred Hayes interviewed a seething Brutus Beefcake who swore revenge on Bravo, Valentine and Johnny V for their treachery and treason. Loud cheers from the capacity crowd for the the new babyface Brutus Beefcake !

7. Intercontinental Tournament Match. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. in a see-saw battle at 15:08. Orton's attempt to give Snuka his Superplex finisher was blocked as "Ace" was knocked back down to the canvas. Snuka then followed up with his "Superfly Splash" off the top rope onto the prone Orton for the winning pinfall.



UWF Results 8/05/12
Muskogee Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. Att: 5,271


Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Carl Fergie & Tony Torres

1. "Jumping" Joe Savoldi (w/ Angelo Mosca Jr.) pinned Ken Massey with a High Flying Drop Kick to the mush off the ropes at 5:45.

2. "The Timekeeper" Mike George was a little off in his pre-match prediction to defeat Mike Pappas in less than five minutes. George pinned the "Raging Greek" with a handful of tights at 6:23.

3. "Chief" Jules Strongbow over "Mean" Mike Miller (w/ Dark Journey) by submission with his Sleeper Hold at 7:25. Dark Journey tried to bash Strongbow with a 2x4 but inadvertently hit her own man with it instead. The woozy Miller was easy pickin's for Strongbow's Sleeper after that.

4. Rookies Steve "Do It To It" Cox & Shane Douglas defeated the Sawyers ("Mad Dog" Buzz & brother Brett) at 8:30. With all four men battling in the ring, the Sawyers brothers were whipped into each from opposite corners. Douglas then finished off Brett with a Belly to Belly Suplex for the pin.

5. TV Title Match. Champion "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ Missy Hyatt) vs. Challenger Sam Houston. Missy Hyatt removed the padding off a corner turnbuckle behind Referee Carl Fergie's back, but it was Houston who capitalized by ramming Landel's forehead into the exposed steel. Houston only got a two count, but the blow busted Landel open and the TV Champ bled profusely. Referee Carl Fergie examined the wound and ruled Landel unable to continue due to blood at 11:37. Landel retains the title despite losing the match.

6. "Iceman" King Parsons defeated "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 14:21. Seemingly in control of the match and showboating in the ring for both the fans and Missy Hyatt, Gilbert was caught off guard from behind with a Backslide by the Iceman for the winning pin.

7. Tag Team Title Match. Champions Ted Dibiase & Steve "Dr. Death" Williams put the gold on the line against the Number One Contenders, the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy). It was Gordy who made all the difference in this match and turned the tables on the champs. "Bam Bam" climbed up to the apron and bashed Williams in the head with Brass Knucks while Michael Hayes distracted Referee Tony Torres. Buddy Roberts made the cover as Torres finally turned around to count the pin on "Dr. Death" at 12:13. The Freebirds are the neeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwww UWF Tag Team Champions !!
FrankC - Aug 09, 2012 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: wcw 8-9
WCW (Circa Early 90's) 8/09/12
Greenville Memorial Auditorium - Greenville, SC. Att: 6,847


Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Nick Patrick

1. The crafty 2 Cold Scorpio pinned Inmate No. 3260 Death Row with an Inside Cradle at 5:10.

2. Cactus Jack (w/ Abdullah the Butcher) defeated "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer with his Double Arm DDT finisher at 4:42. Abdullah's presence at ringside was a major distraction for Hammer.

3. In a grudge match, the team of "Z Man" Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn beat Scotty Flamingo & J.T. Southern at 7:39. Flamingo held Zenk from behind for a J.T. Southern Superkick, but the "Z Man" ducked at the last second and Flamingo took the kick on the kisser instead leading to the pinfall.

4. TV Tournament Match. Johnny B. Badd defeated "The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York & Head of Security Mr. Hughes of the York Foundation) by DQ at 11:16. Referee Pee Wee Anderson caught Taylor bashing Johnny over the head with Alexandra York's laptop computer.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. In a major upset, the Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) eliminated the Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton w/ Paul E. Dangerously) via Count Out at 9:55. In OOR action "Beautiful" Bobby missed a charge at Tracy Smothers and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Dangerously tried to roll Eaton back into the ring but it was not in time to make Referee Nick Patrick's ten count.

6. U.S. Tournament Match. "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner over "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff by DQ at 15:26. Steiner was able to duck Nikita's Russian Sickle at the last second and Referee Pee Wee Anderson took the brunt of the clothesline instead. A woozy Anderson crawled over to the ropes and signaled to the timekeeper for the disqualification.

7. WCW Title Tournament Match. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair eliminated "All-American" Ron Simmons at 15:10. In true "Nature Boy" fashion, Ric Flair snatched victory from the jaws of defeat by pinning Simmons with a handful of tights after the "All-American" had dominated the majority of the match.
GV - Aug 09, 2012 - 11:17 AM
Post subject: Hi Every One !
It's a pleasure to be with you all and I look forward to participating and posting here on the forum!

It is only appropriate that my first post be to thank both Jeff Downey and Frank Coutinho. Jeff has created a wonderful wrestling game here and I enjoy reliving wrestling’s past and present through UQW. Like many of you, I developed an interest in the game by following Frank’s posts on a daily basis. His match results inspired me to start up my own wrestling federations. Frank has spent a great deal of time (and emails) corresponding with me on creating charts, managers and the wrestlers themselves to add to the fun and realism of playing the game. I am grateful to him for his time and friendship.

As Frank mentioned in the topic's first post, I have several federations presently going on from different eras of wrestling history, the results of which I will post here as a tribute to both Jeff & Frank. I hope that you will enjoy reading them. Thank you : )

George
GV - Aug 10, 2012 - 06:17 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 8/10/12
WWWF (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 8/10/12 - Nassau County Coliseum, Uniondale, NY. Att: 12,703.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Antonino Rocca
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Lou Super & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. "Butcher" Paul Vachon defeated Pinky Larsen by submission with the Hangman's Noose at 2:21.

2. Haystacks Calhoun crushed "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz with a Big Splash at 5:31.

3. Gorilla Monsoon pinned "Gashouse" Doug Gilbert with his Airplane Spin at 4:02.

4. Tag Tournament Match. Dino Bravo & "Dynamite" Dominic Denucci bested "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie's team from the Orient, Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka by DQ at 9:02. Referee Dusty Feldbaumer caught Mr. Fuji throwing a handful of ceremonial salt into Dino Bravo's eyes and immediately called for the bell.

5. The vile Waldo Von Erich (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated Tony Garea with his Blitzkrieg Knee Drop off the top rope at 9:27.

6. WWWF Title Tournament Match. Bob Backlund eliminated "The One Man Riot Squad" Dick "The Bulldog" Brower (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 14:05. Backlund pinned the Bulldog with his Delayed Atomic Spinebuster.
GV - Aug 10, 2012 - 01:07 PM
Post subject: TNA
Hi friends ! I have a couple of storylines going on in my TNA Federation that may not make sense without a review of past cards. Here is the history for anyone who might be interested in reading. Ah, the magic of "Copy" & "Paste" ; )


TNA 5/13/12 - The Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att : 1,301.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Brian Stiffler & Mike Posey

The program begins with TNA President Dixie Carter and GM Hulk Hogan standing in the middle of the ring. Hogan is holding a gold championship belt with a big X on it.

Carter: "I'd like to welcome each and every one of you to the Impact Zone !! (Big pop from the crowd !!) If you want to see boring soap opera wrestling, muscle bound oafs and talk, talk, talk, then you need to change the channel to that other federation because we're TOTAL NONSTOP ACTION !! (More cheers from the crowd !!) We've got the greatest talent in all of wrestling, we've got the greatest GM in all of wrestling, and we've got the greatest fans in the world !! (The crowd goes wild !!) And we'd like to start things off here tonight with a little something that we call The X Division."

Hogan: "That's right, pretty lady. You know, the X Division isn't about weight limits, Brother, it's about no limits !! It doesn't matter if you weigh 100 pounds, 200 pounds or 300 pounds, Dude !! It's about doing whatever it takes, risking life and limb, and putting it all on the line to be just to be called the X Division Champion." (Another huge pop from the crowd !!)

(Hogan rubs his chin and admires the X Division Belt that he's holding.)

Hogan: "You know, Miss Dixie, I'm getting mighty tired of lugging this beautiful piece of hardware around. What do you say we have ourselves a little Triple Threat Match for this hunk of gold RIGHT NOW ?"

(Big pop from the fans !!)

Carter: "I can't think of a better way to kick off our very first TNA broadcast, Hulkster, than with a title match !! Let's do it !!"

(The fans go wild as Amazing Red, Austin Aries and Suicide come running down the ramp and jump into the ring as Christy Hemme makes the introductions.)

1. Triple Threat Match for the X Division Championship. Amazing Red vs. Suicide vs. Austin Aries.
Action packed, high risk flying manuevers all over the place as all three competitors go at it hot and heavy. Amazing Red catches Aries with the Red Eye (Diving Tornado DDT off the top rope) but Suicide breaks up the subsequent pin attempt. Suicide goes for the DOA (Leg Trap Sunset Flip Powerbomb) on Amazing Red but Red flips out of it only to be grabbed from behind in Aries Last Chancery (Bridging Arm Triangle Chokehold.) Suicide breaks that up with a Seated Drop Kick to Aries' mush, showboats for the crowd and walks right into Amazing Red's Infrared (Diving Reverese Corkscrew Senton from the top rope). All three men are down on the mat now as Aries slowly gets to his feet and finishes off Red with a Brainbuster at 5:53 to become the TNA X Division Champion.

2. TNA Knockouts (Divas) Challenge Match
Brooke Tessmacher over Gail Kim with an Atomic Facebuster at 7:13. (Brooke lifts her opponent up as if to deliver an Atomic Knee Drop, but instead of dropping her opponent onto her knee, she drops her face-first onto the mat).

3. Rhino over Bully Ray by DQ at 11:20. Bully Ray actually had the match won with his Bully Drop (Full Nelson Sit Out Slam), but grabbed his wallet chain and started whipping Rhino unmercifully with it. Referee Brian Stiffler immediately signaled for the disqaulification. Bully Ray backed Stiffler into the corner and tried to intimidate him into reversing his decision, but Stiffler threatened to have Bully Ray suspended if he laid his hands on him. The disqualification stood.

4. The British Invasion (Brutus Magnus & Douglas Williams) defeated LAX (Latino American Exchange - Homicide & Hernandez w/ Anarquia, Rosita & Sarita) at 11:26. The Brits used their Double Team Finisher Combo (Magnus' Elevated Bear Hug and Williams' Diving European Uppercut off the top rope) on Homicide for the pin.

We cut to backstage where we see Bully Ray still fuming and pacing over his DQ loss earlier this evening to Rhino. Matt Morgan is on his way to the ring and bumps into Ray. There is an awkward, tense staredown. Bully Ray refuses to move aside and let Morgan pass. Morgan is seven feet tall and not intimidated and just smirks at him. He picks up Ray, moves him aside, and continues on his way to ringside. Bully Ray is screaming at Morgan but most of it is bleeped out.

5. Matt Morgan pinned Crimson at 10:25. Bully Ray ran down to ringside with a chair and tried to bash Matt Morgan over the head with it, but Morgan ducked at the last second and Crimson took the chair shot instead leading to the pinfall.

6. Samoa Joe over A.J. Styles via DQ at 14:13. Joe pulled some brass knucks out of his tights, but his loaded punch was blocked by Styles who then took the weapon off him. Unfortunately for A.J., Referee Mike Posey saw him holding the knucks and immediately called for the bell. Styles pleaded his case but to no avail.

7. In the Main Event, Mr. Anderson pinned "The It Factor" Bobby Roode at 17:18. A tremendous mid-ring collision layed out both wrestlers as well as Referee Brian Stiffler. Rob Van Dam ran down to ringside and delivered a huge Five Star Frog Splash off the top rope onto the prone Bobby Roode. RVD then layed Mr. Anderson's arm across Roode's chest and rolled out of the ring. Stiffler recovered, crawled over and counted the pin for Anderson.

TNA Results 5/17/12 - The Asylum, Nashville, TN. Att: 1,394.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Scott James & Mark "Slick" Johnson

The program opens with TNA GM Hulk Hogan in the ring with X Division Champion Austin Aries.

Aries has the belt around his waist and the Hulkster has a mic.

Hogan: "Give it up for your X Division Champion, Austin Aries !!"

(Big pop from the crowd for Aries. Aries takes off the belt and holds it up high.)

Hogan: "Mad props to you, Dude, for takin' care of business in that wild Triple Threat Match last week !! (Another roar from the crowd). Most impressive, Brother, but you know what ? I expect you to back it up, Dude. I expect you to be a fighting champion !!"

Aries: "I'll wrestle anyone, any time, any place and any where, Hulk."

Hogan: "Well you know what, Mr. Aries, I'm glad to hear you say that, Dude, because I got a whole line of guys at my door who want a crack at that title. And two of them are coming down that aisle right now for our first match here tonight."

("Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels and Brian Kendrick enter the ring. Daniels snatches the microphone from Hogan. Hogan does not look pleased.)

Daniels: "Don't you go getting use to that gold around your waist, Austin. You're second rate in my book. As far as I'm concerned, you're just keeping my belt warm for me until I decide to take it from you."

(Hogan snatches the mic back as he keeps Aries and Daniels separated.)

Hogan: "Well you know what, Mr. Daniels, if you get by my man Brian Kendrick here tonight, Brother, then it's you and Aries next week for the gold. Same goes for you, Kendrick. If you beat Daniels then it's your title shot next week. Show me what you got, Dudes !!"

1. X Division No. 1 Contenders Challenge Match. Brian Kendrick defeated "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels with the Sliced Bread No. 2 (Corner Climbing Flip Over Inverted DDT) at 5:46. Huge pop from the crowd as the arrogant Daniels sat in the ring stunned by the defeat.

2. TNA Knockouts (Divas) Match. Madison Rayne over Velvet Sky with the Rayne Drop at 11:41(okay, this finisher is hard to describe. Madison puts her knee up against her opponent's head and does a Swinging Neckbreaker sort of maneuver.)

The roving camera man finds Eric Young backstage watching the Knockouts match on a monitor. Eric's wife, TNA Knockout ODB, walks by and smacks Eric in the back of the head when she sees him drooling over Velvet Sky. ODB takes a swig from her flask, turns off the monitor and yells at Eric to get ready for his match against Orlando Jordan.

3. Orlando Jordan beat Eric Young at 7:12. With Referee Slick Johnson down on the mat, Eric Young had Jordan rolled up in a small package. ODB, still fuming over her hubby's ogling of Velvet Sky, ran into the ring and reversed the cradle thereby putting Jordan on top. Johnson recovered to count the pin. ODB then grabbed Eric by the ear and marched him backstage.

They walk right by Bully Ray who is in a heated confrontation with Crimson. Crimson is pissed at Bully Ray for hitting him over the head with a chair last week and costing him his match against Matt Morgan. GM Hulk Hogan is off to the side undetected and watching their argument with his arms folded. The exchange is escalating with a lot of words getting beeped out. Bully Ray challenges Crimson to step outside into the alley. The two head for the door when Hogan steps in between them.

Hogan: "You know, Bully Ray, maybe that's how you do things in Hell's Kitchen, Brother, but where I come from we settle our business inside the squared circle. It's gonna be you and Crimson tonight, alright, but in the ring, Dude, and not the alley. (Hogan pauses and thinks it over.) You guys seem to have a whole boatload of hostility, so I'm thinking that a regular match just isn't gonna cut the mustard, Dudes. Let's make it a no DQs and no count outs match.... Better yet, you two are gonna have a Hardcore Match tonight to settle this thing for once and for all. So bring it, Brother, and leave it all in the ring !!"

4. Hardcore Match. Bully Ray defeated Crimson at 8:33. The ring was littered with various objects and weapons strewn about that came into play during the bout. The end came when Bully Ray DDT'd Crimson onto a folding chair. Bully Ray snatched the mic away from Ring Announcer Jeremy Borash and stood over his bloody opponent. "You know Crimson, you enjoyed that chair so much last week that I just had to let you experience it one more time !!"

5. Ink, Inc. (Jesse Neal & Shannon Moore) upset the Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) in controversial fashion at 8:18. With all four men battling in the ring, Referee Scott James lost all manner of control in this match. Jesse Neal rolled Chris Sabin up in a cradle amidst all the chaos. James counted the pin even though neither Neal nor Sabin were the legal men in the ring for their respective teams at the time. The Machine Guns pleaded their case to Scott James but he would hear none of it.

We're backstage in GM Hulk Hogan's office now. The Hulkster is texting on his cell phone when Bobby Roode suddenly bursts in.

Roode: "I want to know what you're going to do about Rob Van Dam costing me my match against Mr. Anderson last week, Hogan !! He had no business interferring in my match !!"

Hogan: "Well, you know what, Bobby Boo Hoo, that's the way the cookie crumbles sometimes. Get over it, Dude."

Roode: "First of all, my name is Booby Roode, not Bobby Boo Hoo, dammit !! And second of all, if I'm out of the TNA Championship Tournament because of RVD, then the only cookie that's going to crumble is TNA's !! I am the "It Factor" of professional wrestling, Hogan, and I am the future of this company !!"

(A.J. Styles suddenly bursts in with Samoa Joe's Brass Knucks. He slams them down on Hogan's desk.)

Styles: "Samoa Joe brought these into our match last week, Hulk. You know why ? Because he knows that he can't beat me without them, that's why. I take them away from him and I get disqualified ?? How is that fair ??"

Hogan: "Now hang on, Brother. I gotta have my ref's back, okay ? But you know what, A.J.? I reviewed the footage and I feel your pain, Dude."

Roode: "What about my match, huh ?? Did you review the footage from my match, Hogan ?? Did you see RVD come off the top rope with that Frog Splash on me for no reason and put Mr. Anderson's arm on top of me for the pin ??

Hogan: "That's it. I've heard enough !! Here's what we're going to do. You two guys - tonight - in the Main Event - one on one, Brother. The winner moves on in the tournament and the loser's out. You better bring your A Game, Dudes, because I don't want to hear any crying from the loser."

(With that everyone leaves Hogan's office. The camera picks up Roode sneaking back in and snatching Samoa Joes' Brass Knucks off of Hogan's desk.)

6. TNA Championship Tournament Match. "The Monster" Abyss defeated "Cowboy" James Storm at 12:03. With Referee Slick Johnson down, a masked mystery man emerged from under the ring and smashed a guitar over James Storm's head. Abyss made the cover and Johnson crawled over to count the pin. The mystery man's mask was white with black trim and on the back of his tights was the inscription "Mr. Wrestling III".

Mike Tenay and Don West speculated over the identity of the mystery man. Tenay insisted that it had to be Jeff Jarrett, while West argued that maybe it was somebody else who just wanted us to think it was Jeff Jarrett. Hmmmm..... Regardless, "Cowboy" James Storm has been eliminated and Abyss advances in the tournament.

7. In the Main Event, "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles defeated "The It Factor" Bobby Roode at 13:42 when Rob Van Dam once again interferred. RVD ran down to ringside and tripped Bobby Roode after Roode reached down into his tights and pulled out Samoa Joe's Brass Knucks. A.J. Styles then hit his Superman Splash (Springboard 450 Splash off the top rope from the ring apron) onto the prone Roode for the winning pinfall. Styles advances in the TNA Championship Tournament while Roode is out.

TNA 5/25/12 - The Asylum (Tennessee State Fairgrounds Arena), Nashville,TN. Att: 1,388.

Announcers: Mike Tenay, Tazz
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Brian Hebner & Mike Posey

The program opens with Ric Flair in the ring with a mic. The fans are rowdy and heckle the Nature Boy.

Flair: (Motions for silence) "I'm wearing a $10,000 suit, a $1,000 shirt, a $400 belt, $700 pair of shoes and a $900 Rolex watch, so you people shut your mouth when I'm talking. You hillbillies just might learn something today."

(A hush falls over the crowd. As always, Flair has the fans hanging on his every word. Some redneck pipes up again.)

Flair: "I said shut your mouth, fat boy. While you're busy living on Doritos and beer in your mother's basement, the Nature Boy has been stylin' and profilin' the world over. I've had more women than I've had birthdays, pal, so when I say zip it, you zip it, undertsand ?"

(The redneck goes silent.)

Flair: "For those of you who haven't noticed, there's a little something going on right now called the TNA Championship tournament (cheers from crowd). Believe me, the Nature Boy knows a thing or two about wearing gold around his waist. Google me. I didn't get these two Hall of Fame rings for nothing. I've been in this business a long time and I know a champion when I see one. Last week, an injustice was done to each and everyone one of you people right here in this very ring where I'm standing. Bobby Roode... (smattering of boos) ... a man worthy to be called the champion of this company (more boos)... was cheated out of his destiny by Rob Van Dam (cheers for RVD).... Hogan, if you have half a brain in that big, fat ego head of yours, and I don't think that you do, (boos from the crowd) you would realize that you're shooting yourself in the foot by allowing this to happen."

(Hogan's music suddenly hits and the fans go wild. The Hulkster makes his way down the aisle and climbs into the ring with Flair.)

Hogan: "Well, you know, Champ, the Hulkster also knows a thing or two about this business, and about wearing the gold, Brother (cheers from the crowd). Bobby Boo Hoo, er, I mean, Roode, heh, (Flair does not look amused by Hogan's quip), had his chance not once but twice to advance in this tournament, Champ, and he didn't get the job done either time, Brother !! " (more cheers)

Flair: "And he was cheated not once but twice by Van Dam !! As the GM of this company, Hogan, how can you sit back and justify that ?? Tell me ?? "

Hogan: "I'll tell you what I'm gonna do, Champ... it'll be your man Roode here tonight against RVD in the Main Event, Brother (cheers from crowd). Bobby Roode, it's time to put up or shut up, Dude !!"

1. Knockouts Tag Team Match. The Team of Gail Kim & Madison Rayne defeated T.N.T. (Brooke Tessmacher & Tara) at 4:12. Gail Kim snuck into the ring and hit the Happy Ending (Straight Jacket Neckbreaker Slam) on Tara behind Referee Brian Hebner's back while Hebner was sending Brooke Tessmacher out of the ring. Madison Rayne then covered Tara for the pin.

2. TNA X Division Title Match. Champion Austin Aries turned back challenger Brian Kendrick with a Brainbuster at 7:01. Kendrick flipped out of Aries' first Brainbuster attempt and set up the Champ for his Sliced Bread No. 2 finisher, but Aries likewise escaped the move and caught Kendrick in the mush with the IED (Running Drop Kick in the corner). The woozy Kendrick stumbled out of the corner right into Aries who made good on his second Brainbuster attempt for the pinfall.

The roving camerman picks up Hogan walking backstage and talking on his cellphone. Hogan brushes past the mysterious "Mr. Wrestling III" whom we saw lay out "Cowboy" James Storm with a guitar shot last week in a match against Abyss. The mystery man is once again wearing an exact replica of the iconic Mr. Wrestling II's mask - white with black trim. Mr. Wrestling III quickly ducks into a doorway to conceal himself in the shadows. Hogan searches around for the masked man but he is nowhere to be found. The Hulkster rubs his chin in a way that suggests he has a good suspicion of who the mystery man might be. Hogan continues walking on as Mr. Wrestling III emerges from the darkness and runs down the hallway in the opposite direction. Mike Tenay insists that Mr. Wrestling III is Jeff Jarrett. Tazz, however, is not so sure.

3. TNA TV Title Qualifying Match. Devon over Robbie E (w/ valet Cookie & his bouncer Robbie T.) at 3:42. Devon used a Flying Head Butt to score the winning pinfall.

Bobby Roode is in the ring with a mic and he cuts a promo thanking Ric Flair for his support. The fans chant "Bobby Boo-Hoo!!". Roode explains that Flair is a man of great wisdom and perception. He says that it takes a champion to recognize a fellow champion. Roode explains that Flair has his back and knows how to play backstage politics with TNA GM Hulk Hogan. The fans are now chanting "shut-the-hell-up!!" Roode promises to make Flair proud and wear the TNA belt with dignity and honor just like the Nature Boy did.

4. The Young Bucks (Jeremy & Max Buck) defeated Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) with "More Bang For Your Buck" at 8:21. Max caught Jay Lethal with a Rolling Fireman's Carry Slam and Jeremy finished him off with a Diving 450 Splash off the top rope for the pin.

5. TNA Championship Qualifying Match. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy defeated "Olympian" Kurt Angle at 17:39. With Referee Mike Posey down on the mat, Mr. Wrestling III came out of nowhere and hit Kurt Angle with a move that suspiciously resembled Jeff Jarrett's "Stroke" (Forward Leg Trip Facebuster). Mr. Wrestling III quickly exited the ring as Hardy came off the tope rope with the Swanton Bomb (Diving Senton Splash) to finish off Angle. Mike Tenay leapt out of his seat and shouted "That's Jarrett dammit !!" while Tazz insisted that Jeff Jarrett does his Stroke "a little differently".

6. In the Main Event, Rob Van Damn over Bobby Roode (w/ "Nature Boy" Ric Flair) via DQ at 17:23. Roode once again pulled Samoa's Joe's Brass Knuckles out of his tights and laid out RVD with a loaded punch. Ric Flair then entered the ring and wrapped Van Dam up in the Figure Four Leglock. Flair kept the hold on for several minutes before finally released it. The Nature Boy then held Roode's arm up high and shouted "Woooooooooooo!!!" as RVD clutched his knee and writhed on the mat in agony.
GV - Aug 10, 2012 - 01:24 PM
Post subject: RE: TNA
TNA Open Fight Night 6/01/12 - The Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,255.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Brian Hebner & Bruce Gray

The program opens with TNA GM Hulk Hogan in the ring with a mic.

Hogan: "You know, Brother, tonight we're gonna do something a little different around here... something called "Open Fight Night", Dude. What that means is that I get the night off, okay, and the TNA Roster in the back books the matches."

(We cut to backstage where the entire TNA Roster is gathered around a monitor watching Hogan.)

Hogan: "Here's the way it works, Brother. If you got a beef with someone, then you come to the ring and call them out for a match. You settle all your business inside the squared circle where it belongs ! (Big pop from the crowd !) And if you're called out, then you gotta fight, Dude ! I don't care who you are.... Mr. Anderson.... RVD.... Kurt Angle.... Bobby Boo Hoo.... if you're called out then you get in this ring and fight, Dude. Champions, that goes for you, too !! You hear that, Mr. Aries ? The title won't be on the line, Brother, but you gotta fight !"

(In the back, Austin Aries says bring it on. The roster is milling about the monitor eyeing one another suspiciously. Some give each other dirty looks. They're not sure what to make of this "Open Fight Night" situation. We see Bobby Roode consult with his mentor Ric Flair off to the side. Flairs whispers something in his ear and Roode nods.)

Hogan: "Who's gonna get it started, Brother ?? Who's gonna come out here and settle their business here tonight ?? Who's got a problem with someone there in the back ?? Let's go !!"

(Bully Ray's music hits. Bully storms down to the ring and snatches the mic out of Hogan's hand.)

Bully Ray: "Yeah, I got a problem with someone, Hogan... He's someone that I carried for 15 freakin' years because he didn't have the talent to make it on his own !! Devon, get your free-loading ass out here !!"

1. Devon defeated Bully Ray by DQ at 6:18. Bully whipped Devon unmercifully with his wallet chain. Referee Brian Hebner immediately signaled for the bell.

(We come back from commercial and Hogan is back in the ring.)

Hogan: "Alright, who's next, Brother ? Who else wants a piece of somebody back there ?"

(Eric Young's trailer park white trash wife ODB comes to the ring and motions for the mic. Hogan looks surprised that a woman has come out and hands her the mic not knowing what to expect.)

Hogan: "Be my guest, Mrs. Young."

ODB: "Velvet Sky, I'm calling you out you skank !! You tried to seduce my husband with those slutty outfits that you wear. Well, he's MY MAN and you'll have to go through me if you want him !!"

(Velvet Sky comes down to the ring with a mic of her own.)

Velvet: "What makes you think that I would ever want that looney tunes screwball husband of yours, huh ??"

(ODB explodes in a rage and attacks Velvet Sky !)

2. Velvet Sky pinned ODB at 6:33. The dimwitted Eric Young ran down to ringside to assist his wife by handing her a folding chair to use. ODB turned around with chair-in-hand and Velvet Sky superkicked it right into her face for the pinfall. Once ODB recovered, she chased Eric backstage with the chair.

(The camera pans over the audience and we see Jeff and Karen Jarrett sitting in the crowd watching the action. "That's Jeff Jarrett !!" Mike Tenay shouts. "What's Jarrett doing here, Al ??" Tenay immediately accuses Jarrett of being the mysterious Mr. Wrestling III who's been interferring in matches recently. Al Snow plays the devil's advocate. "We have no conclusive proof, Mike ! Maybe it's Jarrett, and maybe it isn't.")

("Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels is out next.)

Daniels: "Austin Aries, I'm calling you out !! Brian Kendrick stole my title shot for that X Division belt around your waist two weeks ago, chump... I mean, champ !! Well, I'm gonna prove to you that I'm the number one contender for your title by beating you here tonight on national TV !! Get down here, Aries !!"

3. X Division Non-Title Match. Challenger Christopher Daniels over Champion Austin Aries by DQ at 12:24. Daniels tried to flee the ring with Aries' championship belt but Aries would have none of it. The Champ pried the belt away and bashed Daniels in the head with it for good measure. Unfortunately for Aries, Referee Bruce Gray saw the whole incident and disqualified him for the belt shot.

(Samoa Joe comes down to ringside. He says that he believes the winner of the TNA Championship tournament must go through two men - Rob Van Dam and Samoa Joe. He said we might as well get this over with now and calls out RVD to face him here tonight. RVD says "You're on !"

4. TNA Championship Qualifying Match. Samoa Joe defeated Rob Van Dam at 10:33. Mr. Wrestling III, wearing the iconic white mask with black trim again, ran into the ring and KO'd RVD with Brass Knucks behind Referee Brian Hebner's back. Samoa Joe looked bewildered but made the cover anyway for the pin. The camera quickly pans to the Jarretts in the audience but Karen Jarrett is sitting there all by herself with an empty seat beside her. "Where's Jeff Jarrett !! Where's Jeff Jarrett dammit !!" Tenay is screaming. The camera quickly cuts back to the ring and we see Mr. Wrestling III lay out Samoa Joe from behind with the Brass Knucks. "He's eliminating all the contenders one by one !!" Al Snow shouts. Mr. Wrestling III lays the Knucks on Samoa Joe's chest and quickly escapes the ring before TNA security can apprehend him.

(We come back from commercial to find Kurt Angle in the ring with the mic this time.)

Angle: "I guess it's my turn now... Last week, I was eliminated from the TNA Championship Tournament by someone calling himself "Mr. Wrestling III". He hit me with a move that Jeff Jarrett likes to call "The Stroke" and Jeff Hardy made the pin."

(There's a huge pop from the crowd and "Cowboy" James Storm walks down the ramp and gets in the ring. Storm also has a mic.)

Storm: "I heard what y'all said, Kurt, and that's a mighty funny coincidence because I was also eliminated from the tournament by "Mr. Wrestling III". It wasn't the Stroke, though, no sir. He smashed a guitar over my dang head."

(Angle leans on the top rope and looks into the audience at his ex-wife, Karen Jarrett and smiles at her.)

Angle: "So where's Jeff at, Karen ?"

(Karen Jarrett shrugs her shoulders as if to say "How should I know?" and smiles back at Angle.)

Angle: "You know, you never were good at lying, Karen."

(Karen Jarrett has a good laugh at that. Suddenly we see Jeff Jarrett returning from the concession stand with a tray of food and drinks. He takes his seat beside Karen. She whispers something in his ear and laughs again.)

Angle: "Jeff, as you know, this is "Open Fight Night" here at TNA.... and I'm calling you out." (Huge pop from the crowd !!)

("Cowboy" James Storm holds the ropes open and motions for Jarrett to get in the ring. Jeff bites into his hotdog and sips on a cup of cold beer. He ignores both Angle and Storm and chats with his wife.)

Angle: "Uh, Jeff... we're waiting ?"

(A ring attendant runs over to where the Jarretts are sitting and hands Jeff a mic. Jeff takes another bite out of his hotdog. He pauses thoughtfully for a moment.)

Jeff Jarrett: "I'm just a spectator here, Kurt. Hell, I'm not even on the TNA Roster right now so you best call out someone else. Now if you don't mind, my wife and I would like our privacy please."

(Angle and Storm look at one another perplexed.)

Storm: "Well, if you don't mind, Kurt, I do have someone else that I'd like to call out."

(Angle exits the ring, takes one more look at the Jarretts and walks backstage shaking his head.)

Storm: "You know, I use to have me a partner in a fairly successful tag team called "Beer Money". Y'all familiar with that name ? (Hug pop from the crowd!!) I kind of thought so. Bobby Roode, there's a right way and a wrong way to end things. You don't want to tag with "Cowboy" James Storm no more ? Well, that's fine, buddy. Cracking a beer bottle over my head not only ends the tag team, son, but it ends our friendship, too. If you'ld be so kind as to come out here, Bobby, I'd like to return the favor."

5. "The It Factor" Bobby Roode (w/ "Nature Boy" Ric Flair) pinned "Cowboy" James Storm at 18:59 after Flair tripped Storm coming off the ropes causing him to stumble right into the Payoff (Cradle Suplex ala Curt Hennig's Perfect-Plex).

(Closing Segment with Hulk Hogan back in the ring.)

Hogan : "It's been quite the night hasn't it ? (Loud pop from the crowd) Well, you know, Brother, there's just one more bit of unfinished business. I'd like to call somebody out myself. (Another huge pop from the crowd). Mr. Wrestling III, I'm calling you out, Dude !!"

(Everyone looks toward the top of the ramp. No one comes out. Hogan smiles and shakes his head.)

Hogan: "Somehow, that doesn't surprise me, Brother. Then again, you probably wouldn't want to come out here without this."

(Hogan holds up Mr. Wrestling III's white mask with black trim.)

Hogan: "I found this backstage, Brother. Seems like you dropped something on your way out, Dude ! So, what I'd really like to do now is return this where it belongs."

(The fans go wild as Mr. Wrestling II Johnny Walker walks down to the ring. Everyone gives him a standing ovation except for the Jarretts who remain quietly seated. The Hulkster shakes Johnny's hand and raises his arm as the fans continue to clap. Hulk hands him the mask and Walker takes it as he looks over at Jeff Jarrett and shoots him a dirty look. Jeff laughs as he and Karen get up and leave.)

Mike Tenay: "There goes, Jeff Jarrett .... or should I say Mr. Wrestling III ?"

Al Snow: "We still don't know, Mike !!"



TNA Impact 6/08/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,292.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Andrew Thomas & Scott James

The program opens with Impact GM Hulk Hogan entering the ring with a mic as the fans go wild.

Hogan: "You know, Brother, I think we solved our little problem last week with Mr. Wrestling III. (the fans cheer as Hogan peers out into the audience). Oh, and by the way, I don't see Mr. & Mrs. Jarrett in attendance with us tonight either. (more cheers!) But just to be sure, okay, we have security posted throughout the building, Dude. (Cameras show TNA security guards at all the entrances and exits to the Impact Zone.) So let's get this thing started with our Knockouts !"

1. TNA Knockouts Championship Qualifying Match. Mickie James defeated Sarita (w/ Rosita) at 6:38 with the Mickie-DT (Leaping Spiked DDT).

Knockouts Gail Kim and Madison Rayne are talking about Mr. Wrestling III backstage. Gail says that she thinks she knows who it is. Madison begs her to tell. Gail whispers something into Madison's ear and Madison looks shocked. Gail makes her promise not to tell a soul.

2. X Division. Frankie Kazarian (w/ "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels) over Chris Sabin (w/ Alex Shelley) with the Fade To Black (Back To Belly Tombstone Piledriver) at 10:30.

X Division Champion Austin Aries is shown backstage watching the match intently on a monitor. It is clear that he regards both Kazarian and Sabin as worthy contenders to his title.

3. "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan defeated Bully Ray at 7:06. With Bully Ray OOR jawing with the fans, Devon ran down to ringside and clocked him with his own wallet chain. Devon then rolled Bully into the ring for Morgan to pin.

We cut to backstage. Hogan is making the rounds to all his security stations. Each guard assures him that security has not been breached. No one has entered or exited the building.

4. Miiiissssterrrrr Anderson-ah beat Gunner with the Mic Check (STO) at 7:45.

We're in Hogan's office now. Hogan is behind his desk talking to "Nature Boy" Ric Flair who is sitting across from him. There is a look of contempt on Flair's face. He clearly hates Hogan. The Hulkster is explaining how upset TNA President Dixie Carter is with the whole Mr. Wrestling III situation. He says Dixie wants a clean tournament for the TNA Title with the best man winning. Hogan says that as both former champions he and Flair should want the same. Flair just nods and yawns.

5. "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle defeated "Phenomenal" A.J. Styles at 14:25. With both Kurt Angle and Referee Scott James down and out on the canvas, A.J. Styles climbed to the top rope to deliver his Spiral Tap finisher (Diving Corkscrew Senton Splash). Mr. Wrestling III suddenly emerged from under the ring and pushed Styles off the top rope, sending him tumbling awkwardly to the mat. Oblivious to what had just happened, Angle staggered to his feet and finished off A.J. with the Angle Slam as the referee crawled over to count the pin. Angle celebrated in the ring until he saw Mr. Wrestling III escaping up the aisle. He jumped out of the ring to give chase but the masked man had vanished.

The program ends with Hogan going balistic backstage and grilling the TNA Security Staff. He says that he's going to personally review every second of footage from the security cameras. He says that if he sees something he's "going to have somebody's ass". The staff looks worried as the program goes off the air.

TNT Impact 6/16/12 - The Asylum, Tennessee State Fairgrounds Arena, Nashville, TN. Att: 1,379.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Brian Stifler & Rudy Charles

1. TNA Knockouts Championship Qualifying Match. Tara pinned Rosita (w/ Sarita) with a Backslide at 8:28.

We come back from commercial break and X Division Champion Austin Aries is in the ring with a mic. Aries says he wants to be a fighting champion exept there's no one to fight. He says that he suits up week after week, ready to answer the call and defend his title but no one will get in the ring with him. He says that something's got to give. Impact GM Hulk Hogan's music hits. The fans stand up and go wild as the Hulkster makes his way down to ringside.

Hogan: "You know, Champ, I couldn't help but overhear your comments from backstage. And it just so happens that I have a whole line of guys outside my office that want a crack at that belt of yours, Brother. The only problem is, which one do I give the title shot to ? They're all worthy in my eyes, Dude, but no one has stood out to grab that number one contender's slot. So, why don't we let them all battle it out here tonight to earn that title shot against you next week ?" The fans cheer as the ring fills with X Division competitors.

2. X Division Fatal Fourway Number One Contenders Match. "Prince of Punk" Shannon Moore vs. Zema Ion vs. Alex Shelley vs. Homicide. Shelley pins Moore with a High Flying Cross Body Press at 9:29 to become the number one contender.

3. TNA Tag Team Championship Qualifying Match. The team of "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian defeated the Jersey Shore (Robbie E & bouncer Robbie T w/ Cookie) at 6:32. Kazarian pinned Robbie T with the Wave of the Future (Twisting STO). Cookie and Robbie E tried to make the save but were intercepted and given a Noggin Knocker by Daniels.

4. Crimson over Devon at 7:40. Crimson barely kicked out after Devon hit the Saving Grace (Inverted DDT Slam). Devon thought that he had won the match and was rolled up from behind as he celebrated in the ring prematurely.

5. "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle defeated Bully Ray at 8:18. Kurt slipped out of the Bully Bomb (Full Nelson Sit Out Slam), got behind Bully Ray and slapped on the Ankle Lock right in the middle of the ring. Bully desperately tried to crawl over to the ropes to break the hold but came up a foot short as he finally tapped out.

6. TNA Championship Semi Final Match. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy defeated "The Monster" Abyss at 11:36. Mr. Wrestling III, disguised as a popcorn vemdor, came out of the the crowd and pulled Abyss' foot our from under him as he was hoisting Jeff up for the Shock Treatment (Torture Rack Sit Out). Hardy quickly sprang to the top rope and finished off Abyss with the Swanton Bomb for the pin.

TNA Impact 6/24/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,478.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Brian Stiffler & Earl Hebner

The program opens with Impact GM Hulk Hogan's music as the Hulkster makes his way to ringside with a mic. The fans go wild !!

Hogan: "You know, Impact Zone, my tenure here as your GM has been a pretty smooth one (cheers from the crowd) except for one thing..... there's been a thorn in my side, Brother, and that thorn goes by the name of Mr. Wrestling III. (loud "Boos!" from the crowd) It might be Jeff Jarrett or it might not be, but at this point I don't care who you are, Dude. You've been hell-bent on ruining our TNA Championship Tournament right from the start, Brother, and that doesn't sit well with the Hulkster. Well, if you plan on interferring in our Semi-Final match here tonight, Dude, then I hope you brought about a dozen of those guitars with you. (Hogan smiles as the TNA Security Staff comes out and encircles the ring.) You see, Brother, you're going to have to go through all these guys because they're going to be at ringside just like they are right now ! (More cheers from the crowd) What cha' gonna do ??" Hogan striked his poses and cups his ear as the fans go wild !!

1. Shark Boy pinned the Amazing Red with a Victory Roll at 4:14.

2. Semi-Final Knockouts Championship Qualifying Match. Madison Rayne (w/ Gail Kim) over Miss Tessmacher (w/ Tara) at 6:43. Gail Kim and Tara got into a tussle OOR. The confrontation distracted Miss Tessmacher just long enough for Madison Rayne to apply her Rayne Drop finisher (Neckbreaker with a knee against her opponent's head) for the winning pin. Madison Rayne advances to the Knockouts finals to face the winner of next week's Tara vs. Mickey James match.

3. TNA Tag Team Championship Semi-Final Match. The British Invasion (Doug Williams & Brutus Magnus) defeated the Young Bucks (Max & Jeremy) at 9:24. Magnus rolled through Jeremy's Diving Cross Body Press from the top rope to gain the pinfall. The Brits will face the winner of next week's Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian vs. Ink, Inc. match for the Tag Team Titles.

4. TNA X Division Title Match. Champion Austin Aries beat Challenger Alex Shelley (w/ Chris Sabin) at 7:01 to successfully retain his championship. Aries was able to slip out of Shelley's Shell Shock finisher (Twisting STO) and cradle him in a Small Package for the pin. (Shelley had defeated Zema Ion, Shannon Moore and Homicide in a Fatal Fourway last week to earn the No. 1 Contender's spot in the X Division.)

5. Rob Van Dam defeated "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero at 9:27. The Pope turned his back on RVD in the corner to pull a hidden foreign object out of his tights, but Van Dam seized the moment and rolled up Dinero from behind for the pin before he could use the object.

6. TNA Championship Semi-Final Match. "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe beat Miiiiissstaaaa Andersonnnah by submission with the Coquina Clutch (Rear Naked Choke) at 11:45. Per GM Hulk Hogan's orders, TNA Security Staff encircled the outside of the ring like lumberjacks to prevent any outside interference from Mr. Wrestling III but even that strategy didn't work. As the match got under way, several shill's in the crowd suddenly donned the iconic Mr. Wrestling II white mask with black trim. Cameras panned the audience and detected no less than seventeen Mr. Wrestling III's !! TNA Security scrambled into the crowd to forcibly remove anyone wearing the mask. In the confusion, the real Mr. Wrestling III emerged at ringside and tripped Mr. Anderson coming off the ropes. Anderson spun around to confront him which allowed Samoa Joe to slap on the Coquina Clutch from behind for the submission victory. Samoa Joe will face "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy for the TNA Championship.


TNA Results 6/30/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,488.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Bruce Gray & Brian Hebner

The program opens with GM Hulk Hogan's music blaring as the Hulkster and President Dixie Carter make their way down to ringside to a thunderous ovation from the crowd.

Dixie: "Welcome, everyone !! This is a huge night for all of us here at TNA because we'll be crowning a Champion right here tonight in the Impact Zone !!" (Big pop from the crowd !!)

Hogan: "That's right, Pretty Lady !! And don't you dare worry about that Mr. Wrestling III dude interferring this time, either. (Boos from the crowd) We've doubled the security backstage and at ringside and ..... tonight's Championship Match between Samoa Joe and Jeff Hardy will take place inside a Steel Cage !! (Huge pop from the fans !!) And that's not all, Impact Zone..... your's truly, the Hulkster himself, will be the Special Guest Referee !!! (The crowd goes wild !!) Mr. Wrestling III, whatcha gonna do, Brother ?!!!"

1. Suicide over Brian Kendrick by DQ at 5:05. Kendrick swung a chair at Suicide but accidently clipped Referee Bruce Gray with it instead resulting in the disqualification.

2. TNA Knockouts Championship Semi-Final Match. Mickey James pinned Tara at 7:02 when the momentum of Tara's Flying Cross Body Press put Mickey on top for the pin. Mickey James will face Madison Rayne next week in the finals for the Knockout's Championship.

3. Eric Young (w/ ODB) beat Robbie E (w/ Cookie & Robbie T) by DQ at 10:27. This was one wild match !! Chaos outside the ring with ODB and Cookie going at it after looney Eric Young inexplicably dropped his pants mid-match and began wrestling in his underwear. Robbie T removed his Cardigan sweater and choked out Young with it right in front of Referee Brian Hebner leading to the disqualification. After the bout, a cross ODB took her husband Eric by the ear and marched him backstage.

4. TNA Tag Team Championship Semi-Final Match. Ink, Inc. (Jesse Neal & Shannon Moore w/ Daffney) defeated "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian at 7:21. With Frankie Kazarian climbing to the top turnbuckle to deliver a high risk maneuver, Daffney gave him a shove from behind causing him to lose his balance and crotch himself on the top rope. Shannon Moore seized the moment and covered the writhing Kaz for the pin. Ink, Inc. advances to the finals of the Tag Team Championship to face the British Invasion (Douglas Williams & Brutus Magnus) next week.

5. Hernandez (w/ Anarquia, Rosita & Sarita) defeated "Cowboy" James Storm via Count Out at 12:54. Fed up with Anarquia's constant interference throughout the match, Storm left the ring and put a beating on the Mexican America team member on the floor, however Rosita and Sarita each grabbed a leg and prevented the Cowboy from getting back inside the ring in time to make Referee Bruce Gray's ten count.

6. TNA Championship Steel Cage Match. With security encircling the cage and posted throughout the building, "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy defeated "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe at 13:56. Hardy rammed Joe face-first into all four cage walls and then climbed to the top of the cage and delivered a devastating Super Swanton Bomb off the top for the winning pinfall. Hardy wins the TNA Championship !!

The program ends with Guest Referee Hogan holding Hardy's arm up high in victory as President Dixie Carter presents "The Charismatic Enigma" with the TNA Championship Belt to a standing ovation from the fans. Ominous music suddenly hits as Mr. Wrestling III's image appears on the jumbotron screen. He is laughing and nodding in approval at the festivities as a hush falls over the crowd. Hardy, Dixie and the Hulkster all seem stunned and perplexed as the program goes off the air.
GV - Aug 10, 2012 - 01:37 PM
Post subject: RE: TNA
TNA Impact ! 7/08/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,449.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Mike Posey & Brian Stiffler

1. X Division. Chris Sabin over Homicide (w/ Rosita & Sarita) via Count Out at 7:50. Homicide and Referee Mike Posey were at odds with one another right from the getgo in this opening bout. The two bickered back and forth throughout the match. Homicide accused Posey of bias and disrespecting him because of his Latino heritage. Homicide then gathered up his women and returned backstage for the intentional count out. A perplexed Chris Sabin shrugged and took the easy win.

Backstage Segment. Newly crowned TNA Champion Jeff Hardy is summoned to Impact GM Hulk Hogan's office. "The Charismatic Enigma" enters and finds TNA President Dixie Carter and the Hulkster waiting for him. They greet him warmly but they both seem concerned.

Hogan: "Mad props to you again, Brother, on winning the gold. What you're holding there, My Man, is the most coveted strap in this company."

Hardy nods and clutches the championship belt proudly.

Dixie: "Jeff, after the match we all saw this so-called 'Mr. Wrestling III' up on the jumbotron and, as you know, he's been a thorn in our side throughout this whole championship tournament. One way or another, this Mr. Wrestling III has had an impact on almost every single match. Jeff, Mr. Wrestling III.... well, he seemed kind of 'happy' that you won... almost like that's what he wanted to happen..."

Hardy looks perplexed at Dixie.

Hogan: "Dude, what the pretty lady here is trying to say is, do you know who this Mr. Wrestling III is and why he would want you to win the championship ? Give it to me straight, Brother. "

Jeff ponders the question. He says that there's been a lot of rumours in the locker room about the masked man's identity. Like everyone else, he's got his own opinion about who Mr. Wrestling III is, but he's not going to say anything or accuse anyone because he has no proof.

The Hulkster says he respects that and he shakes Jeff's hand. Hardy leaves the office and brushes past Mr. Anderson on his way out. Anderson gives him a suspicious look. Hulk and Dixie continue to talk quietly amongst themselves behind closed doors.

2. TNA Knockouts Championship Match. Mickie James defeated Madison Rayne (w/ Gail Kim) by DQ at 5:27. Mickie James had Madison set up for her Mickie-DT finisher when Gail Kim ran into the ring and jumped on James' back for the disqualification. Referee Brian Stiffler was about to hand the Knockouts' Championship Belt to Mickie when Brooke Hogan, who is the Director of the Knockouts' Division, appeared at the top of the ramp with a microphone and announced that she did not want the ladies' championship to be won by a disqualification. Brooke set up a rematch for next week with three stipulations : No DQs, No Count Outs and No Gail Kim allowed at ringside ! The fans cheered as Gail and Madison had a fit in the ring.

The camera pans the audience and we see that Jeff and Karen Jarrett are once again in the audience. There is a fan standing beside the Jarretts with a TNA program asking Jeff for an autograph. Jeff sips at a beer and ignores him. A security guard escorts the fan away.

3. Orlando Jordan used a handful of tights to get by "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero at 7:36.

Backstage segment. Bully Ray is getting ready to make his entrance for his match against Matt Morgan. He bumps into a big oafish man in a suit and glasses. Bully throws him up against the wall and gets in his face. "Do you know who I am ??" he shouts. The big fellow looks shaken up and intimidated by Bully Ray's demeanor. He apologizes for getting in Bully's way and says that he got lost backstage. He explains to him that he is Attorney Joseph Park, brother of wrestler Chris Park, also known as Abyss, and that he is looking for Referee Mike Posey. "Do I look like I care, lawya boy ?? Bully Ray shouts, "Stay outta my way or else !!" Bully storms off as Joseph Park breathes a sigh of relief and wipes his brow with a handkerchief. He continues searching for Referee Mike Posey.

4. Bully Ray defeated "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan via Count Out at 9:22. In OOR action, Bully side-stepped Morgan's charge causing the "Blueprint" to crash shoulder-first into the ring post. Morgan could not recover from the blow in time to make Referee Mike Posey's ten count. After the bout, Attorney Joseph Park Esq. entered the ring and offered Posey a free consultation regarding Homicide's allegations and accusations that the referee is bias against Latino competitors in TNA. He tried to hand Posey his business card when Bully Ray snatched it away and tore it up. Bully then got up in Park's face again and ordered him to get out of the ring and stay out of his business. Park wanted nothing to do with Bully Ray and turned to leave the ring when Bully smashed the lawyer from behind with his wallet chain. Bully then put the boots to the attorney. Matt Morgan finally recovered from his collision with the ring post to make the save for Park.

5. TNA Tag Team Championship Match. The British Invasion (Doug Williams & Brutus Magnus) defeated Ink, Inc. (Shannon Moore & Jesse Neal w/ Daffney) at 11:38. Magnus pinned Moore with a handful of tights in the corner. The British Invasion win the TNA Tag Team Titles !

Backstage segment. Bobby Roode is consulting with his mentor "Nature Boy" Ric Flair about his upcoming bout with Sting. Flair says that he's wrestled Sting dozens of time in his career and knows him like a book. He explains to Roode that he knows what Sting is going to do even before Sting knows what he's going to do. Roode is listening intently and taking mental notes as Flair lays out a strategy for victory.

6. In the Main Event, "The It Factor" Bobby Roode (w/ "Nature Boy" Ric Flair) defeated "The Icon" Sting at 14:22. Sting leapt off the top rope with a Diving Cross Body Press but the momentum of the maneuver put Roode over and on top for the pin.

TNA Impact 7/16/12 - The Asylum, Nashville, TN. Att: 1,417.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Rudy Charles & Scott James

The program opens with Madison Rayne in TNA Knockouts Division Director Brooke Hogan's office. Madison begs Brooke to allow Gail Kim to be at ringside with her for her upcoming Knockouts Title bout against Mickie James. Brooke reminds her of the stipulations for the title match: No DQs, No Count Outs & No Gail Kim. Madison has a tantrum. She demands to see Brooke's father The Hulkster. She says that she has secret, blockbuster inside information that will overturn Brooke's decision. Brooke reluctantly calls her dad on the phone and explains the situation.

Meanwhile, Mike Tenay and Don West hype-up the much anticipated return of Jeff Jarrett to TNA Impact. Tenay once again insinuates that Jarrett is Mr. Wrestling III. West quickly changes the topic and cites Jarrett as a "founding father" in the rich TNA legacy. He credits President Dixie Carter for negotiating a contract with Jarrett to reinstate him to the TNA Roster. The announcers say Jarrett will be meeting Rhino in tonight's Main Event.

1. X Division. Sonjay Dutt defeated Kid Ka$h at 4:47 via Count Out. In OOR action, Dutt reversed Ka$h's whip into the steel ring steps. Kid crashed head-first into the steps with a loud "clang" and could not crawl back into the ring in time to make Referee Rudy Charles' ten count.

We're back in Brooke's office where we see that the Hulkster has joined his daughter and Madison Rayne. Hulk warns Madison that he's a very busy man and doesn't have time for games. He says this had better be good. Madison says it's good alright. She insists that she knows the true identity of Mr. Wrestling III. She says she will tell the Hulkster his name if Hulk will allow Gail Kim to be at ringside with her for her title match against Mickie James. Brooke rolls her eyes and tells her dad that Madison is bluffing. Hulk rubs his chin, studies Madison's face and ponders the offer.

2. TNA TV Tournament Match. Crimson defeated Eric Young (w/ wife ODB) at 8:31. During the introductions, Eric noticably oogled Ring Announcer SoCal Val. ODB was both furious and jealous. She constantly distracted Eric with her bickering and nagging throughout the bout thereby giving Crimson a huge advantage. ODB finally climbed up on the apron and got into a heated exchange with her looney toons husband. She took a long swig from her flask and hauled off and slapped Eric across the face. The surprised Eric stumbled right into Crimson's Red Alert (Spinning Reverse STO) finisher for the pinfall. ODB then stormed backstage with her remorseful hubby in tow.

We're once again in Brooke Hogan's office. After a long deliberation, and against his daughter's objections, the Hulkster agrees to Madison Rayne's terms. Hulk demands to know Mr. Wrestling III's identity and how Madison found out. Madison pokes her head out of the office and looks up and down the deserted hallway. She is clearly worried and apprehensive that she will be overheard. Madison seems to be having second thoughts and is reluctant to tell her story. She asks Brooke to leave the room but Brooke refuses. The Hulkster is losing patience and about to leave the office when Madison suddenly grabs his arm. He bends over and Madison whispers something in his ear for several minutes. Hulk's eyes widen in astonishment and he nods. When she finishes, Madison suddenly bolts from Brooke's office and runs down the hallway looking over both her shoulders. Hulk is silent for a moment. He then looks up at his daughter and says, "Let Gail be at ringside." Brooke is stunned as she watches her dad leave her office.

3. Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian defeated the Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) at 7:16. Daniels & Kaz combined for a dirty double team Hot Shot on Shelley behind Referee Scott James' back as James was sending Sabin back to his corner. Daniels then made the cover for the pin.

4. TNA Knockouts Championship Match. Mickie James vs. Madison Rayne. A smug Gail Kim escorted her best friend Madison Rayne to ringside. Madison seemed very paranoid and kept looking all around her as if she expected to be jumped at any moment. After the introductions, Brooke Hogan suddenly appeared at the top of the ramp with a microphone. "You know, Madison, My father said that I had to allow Gail to be at ringside for this match, but he didn't say under what circumstances." A small cage suddenly begins to descend from the rafters above the ring. "Oh, and Gail, that cage is for you, honey." The crowd goes wild as Gail and Madison have a fit in the ring. Gail refuses to get in the cage until Brooke threatens to forfeit the match and Knockouts Title to Mickie James. Gail reluctantly climbs into the cage. Referee Rudy Charles padlocks the door and the cage is elevated above the ring as Madison screams at Brooke that she was double-crossed. With her best friend Gail Kim urging her on from up above, a desperate Madison Rayne pinned Mickie James with a handful of tights to win the Knockouts Championship at 8:41. Madison was so paranoid that she ran from ringside without her Championship Belt.

We're backstage now as Madison runs down a corridor looking over both her shoulders. She turns a corner and runs right into Jeff Jarrett who is carrying his trademark guitar. Madison screams and slowly backs away from him as Jarrett shoots her a menacing look. Madison runs into the Ladies Dressing Room and locks the door behind her. Gail Kim suddenly burts upon the scene. She grabs at the Dressing Room doorknob but finds it locked. Gail pounds on the door for Madison to let her in. She never takes her eyes off Jarrett the entire time. Jarrett just stares at Gail and twirls the guitar in his hand. The door suddenly opens and Madison screams again when she sees Jarrett. Gail rushes inside the Dressing Room and both girls slam the door in Jarrett's face and lock it.

5. Number One Contender's Match for Jeff Hardy's TNA World Title. The match between Rob Van Dam and Mr. Anderson is ruled a "No Contest" by Referee Scott James when RVD fails to appear in the ring despite his introduction music playing. Anderson throws his hands up in disbelief. He grabs a mic and demands that RVD get in the ring to face him but there is still no sign of Van Dam. Anderson immediately heads backstage to confront RVD. Anderson bumps into GM Hulk Hogan who is also searching for Van Dam. TNA Champion Jeff Hardy sees them and joins in the search. The trio finally find RVD laid out on the ground with the debris of a smashed guitar all around him. The Hulkster and Jeff Hardy attend to Van Dam as Anderson gives Jeff a dirty look and shakes his head.

6. "King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett (without guitar) made a successful return to TNA by defeating "War Machine" Rhino at 10:49. Jarrett was able to sidestep Rhino's trademark Gore charge in the corner causing "The War Machine" to smash shoulder-first into the ring post. Jarrett then rolled up Rhino with a handful of tights to secure the pin. After the bout, "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle ran down to ringside and shouted at Jarrett, "Where's your mask, Mr. Wrestling III ??" TNA officials Al Snow, Pat Kenney and D'Lo Brown had to restrain Angle from attacking Jarrett.

Spike TV & ShopTNA.com presents TNA Impact ! 7/24/12 - The Impact Zone, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,481.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Brian Stiffler & Earl Hebner

*Opening Fireworks*

The Impact Zone erupts in wild cheers as Mike Tenay and Tazz hype up tonight's show.

Jeff Jarrett's music suddenly hits and "The King of the Mountain" heads down to ringside with his trusty guitar in hand. The crowd turns ugly and hostile. There are chants of "Jarrett Sucks !!" and "Mr.Wrestling III !!" Christy Hemme hands him a mic. Jarrett tries to speak but is quickly drowned out in a chorus of boos and jeers. The fans are just rabid towards Jarrett. His pretty wife (and Kurt Angle's ex-wife) Karen is in the audience once again and is surrounded by security to protect her. "I got something to say," Jeff shouts, "And I ain't leaving this ring until y'all hear it." (More unruly chants and jeers from the fans.) "That's alright, people, " Jarrett says, "I got all night." Jeff climbs up the ropes, sits on the top turnbuckle, and gently strums his guitar. The crowd grows restless and boo louder. Jarrett just ignores them and continues his strumming.

GM Hulk Hogan's music hits and the crowd goes bonkers. TNA President Dixie Carter accompanies the Hulkster as they enter the ring together. Hulk tries to reason with Jarrett. "Let's go back to my office, Dude. We'll talk in private and you can get everything off your chest, okay ?" Jarrett just smirks. "My office" ? he laughs. Jeff continues strumming his guitar and ignores Hulk and Dixie. Dixie glances at her watch and looks worried. Ten minutes have already gone by in the show. She holds tonight's program of matches in her hand and says something to Hulk. Hogan and Dixie plead with the crowd to settle down and let Jarrett say his piece. The fans finally relent. Jarrett hops down off the turnbuckle, puts down his guitar and leans on the top rope and smiles as he looks out into the audience.

Jarrett: "Let me give y'all a little history lesson, okay ? Ten years ago, Bob Ryder, my daddy and myself started this thing called TNA. (Jarrett starts pointing to random people in the crowd) If it wasn't for me, you wouldn't be here....and you wouldn't be here.... and you wouldn't be here wearing that damn Impact T-Shirt, buddy. (Jarrett next points to Dixie) "And you wouldn't be here, Miss Fancy-Pants President" (and now Jarrett gets right up in the Hulkster's face) "And you wouldn't be here with 'your almight office', Mr. General Manager." Hulk has to bite his lip as Jarrett walks away from him. "This ring wouldn't be here," Jarrett continues, "In fact, this whole damn Impact Zone wouldn't even be here if it wasn't for me..." The crowd starts booing and Hulk and Dixie have to settle them down again. Jarrett continues, "So.... when I enter this here ring y'all better show me some respect. Now shut your big redneck mouths and listen. For six weeks people have been running around here accusing me and insinuating (Jeff gives announcer Mike Tenay a dirty look) that Jeff Jarrett is this so-called Mr. Wrestling III and I don't take kindly to it. Y'all are like a lynch mob ready to hang somebody. Well, you best be sure that you got the right man before you put that damn noose around his neck and string him up, you hear ?? When this thing all shakes out and the dust settles and the REAL Mr. Wrestling III is revealed, y'all are going to owe me one big Impact apology." (Jarrett starts pointing at everyone again) "You're going to owe me an apology... and you.... and you...." (Once again Jarrett gets right up in the Hulkster's face) "And you're going to owe me an apology, Mr. GM, and I just hope you're man enough to deliver it proper." Jarrett picks up his guitar and is about to leave the ring when he abruptly stops. "Oh, and Kurt Angle, I didn't forget about you neither, boy. You think I'm a 'loser', huh ? Well, Kurt, all I know is every night I come home to Karen and you don't, so now you tell me who the real 'loser' is." Jeff finally leaves to loud boos as his wife Karen blows him a kiss and applauds for him.

1. X Division. Sharkboy and Zema Ion were both DQ'd by Referee Brian Stiffler at 3:22 when Stiffler was caught in the middle and knocked down as both men traded haymakers.


Backstage Segment.

Referee Mike Posey has taken up Attorney Joseph Park's offer of a free consultation regarding discrimination charges brought against the official by wrestler Homicide who contends that Posey is bias against Latino wrestlers.

Park: "These are serious allegations, indeed, Mr. Posey. There is the potential of a lawsuit not only against you personally, but also against your employer, TNA, which would not make Dixie Carter very happy, of course."

Posey: "But I didn't do anything wrong, Mr. Park !! Homicide walked out on the match !! He returned to the locker room so I counted him out. I would have done the same thing to any wrestler regardless of their race !!"

Park: "That's what you say, Mr. Posey, but is it, in fact, what you practice, sir ? Let me ask you a question please. When was the last time you counted out a caucasian wrestler ?"

Posey: "How the heck should I know ?? I don't keep track of that stuff !! You have to understand that I referee dozens of matches every single week !!"

Park: "Hmmmm... That does not bode well, I'm afraid..."

Park looks worried for Posey and strums his fingers on his briefcase. Meanwhile, Bully Ray walks by. He sees Park and stops dead in his tracks. Bully fills with rage.

Bully: "What da hell ah you doin' here again, Pock !! I thought I told you to get lost, lawya boy !!

Attorney Park starts sweating and stammering. He is clearly intimidated by Bully Ray.

Park: "Now, Bully this has nothing to do with you. Please go about your business and let me go about mine. Thank you."

Bully: "I'm makin' it my business, Pock !! Now beat it aww I'll throw you out myself !!"

Posey: "You better go now, Mr. Park. I appreciate your time but I really don't need your firm's representation."

Park: "Very well, Mr. Posey. I hope you won't regret your decision. Good day to you, sir."

With that, Attorney Park gets up to leave. Bully Ray gets right up in his face. The attorney quickly backpeddles away from him. He stumbles over his own feet, turns, and walks briskly away.


2. Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) defeated the Jersey Shore (Robbie E and Robbie T w/ Cookie) at 6:01. Creed with the Cree-DT (Leaping Hammerlock Legsweep DDT) on Robbie E for the three count, Bro ! ; )


GM Hulk Hogan has been summoned to his daughter Brooke's office. The Hulkster is still fuming over being shown up by Jarrett at the top of the show. We enter the office with Hulk to find Brooke, Madison Rayne and Miss Tessmacher all bickering. Hulk rolls his eyes. This is the last thing he needs. "Girls, girls, girls... settle down !" he shouts, "What's the problem here ?" Brooke has her hands on her hips and is very upset. "What's the problem ??" Brooke shouts, "I have a Knockouts' Champion who's afraid of her own shadow, that's the problem !!" Madison Rayne is wearing big sunglasses, a wig and a trench coat. She is nervously biting her nails and pacing around the room. She has been extremely paranoid for her safety ever since whispering Mr. Wrestling III's identity into the Hulkster's ear last week. Brooke explains that she had a non-title match booked for Madison tonight against Miss Tessmacher but that Madison is afraid to go out there and wrestle. Hulk shakes his head. "Postpone the non-title match and have Miss Tessmacher wrestle somebody else tonight," the Hulkster suggests as he leaves his daughter's office. Brooke throws her hands up as Miss Tessmacher and Madison start bickering again.


3. In a last minute substitution, ODB (w/ hubby Eric Young) pinned Miss Tessmacher at 4:18. Eric climbed up to the apron to compliment Miss Tessmacher on her outfit. ODB took advantage of the moment by pulling her flask out of her shirt and bashing Miss Tessmacher from behind with it. She then finished off Tessmacher with her "Bam" finisher (Fireman's Carry Spin Out Facebuster). Eric ran into the ring to congratulate his wife on her victory only to have her give him the Bam Facebuster as well.


Attorney Joseph Park peeks around a corner for Bully Ray. He is relieved not to see him. Homicide suddenly walks by and Park reaches out and grabs his arm.

Homicide: "Who the hell are you ??"

Park: "Excuse me, Homicide. My name is Joseph Park. I'm an attorney and a partner in the law firm of Park, Park & Park. (He hands Homicide his business card. Homicide eyes it suspiciously.)

Park: "I understand that it is your contention, sir, that a certain TNA official discriminates against competitors of Latino heritage such as yourself ?"

Homicide: "Yeah, that's right. What's it to you ?"

Park: "If you are serious about these allegations, Homicide then you will need legal representation. My firm is well versed in cases of this nature. Do you have time for a free consultation ?"

Homicide thinks it over. He studies Park's business card and nods.

Park: "Great ! Then let's get started !"


4. TNA TV Tournament Match. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero pinned Gunner with a modified Victory Roll at 11:28. The Pope advances to the next round of the tournament.


We're in GM Hulk Hogan's office now. Hulk looks like he has the weight of the world on his shoulders. Brooke enters. She asks her father what Madison had told him last week. "She gave me Mr. Wrestling III's name." Hulk says, but he is reluctant to repeat it aloud without proof.

Hulk: "Do you remember when Mr. Wrestling III disguised himself as a popcorn vendor and interferred in the Jeff Hardy/Abyss match a month ago ?"

Brooke: "Yeah, so ?"

Hulk: "Well, Madison said that she saw him without his mask sneaking into a storage room to change and come out a few minutes later dressed as a popcorn vendor with the mask on right before the match."

Brooke: "Maybe she made up the whole thing, Dad. Did you consider that ?"

Hulk: "Do you see the way she's behaving ?? Like you said, she's been scared of her own shadow ever since she told me the story. She knows who Mr. Wrestling III is, Brooke, and now I know who he is... but I can't prove...

(Hulk's eyes suddenly widen. He remembers that security has monitors stationed in all of the storage rooms at the Impact Zone. He bolts out of his office leaving Brooke to wonder what's going on.)


5. A.J. Styles over "The Monster" Abyss at 10:20. Styles with a schoolboy roll up from behind as Abyss was arguing with Referee Earl Hebner.


Hulk is running through backstage corridors toward the Security office with a camera man running after him. He brushes past Sting who is on his way to ringside for the Main Event and nearly knocks him over in his haste. Sting watches Hulk run down the hall and scratches his head.


6. "The Icon" Sting defeated "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe in the Main Event with the Scorpian Death Drop (Inverted DDT) at 11:08.


Hulk bursts into the Impact Security Office startling the personnel. He demands to know where all the surveilance tapes are kept. A guard brings the Hulkster to a back room and unlocks the door for him. There is a huge bookcase of surveilance tapes in chronological order. Hulk searches frantically for the 6/16/12 tape. There is a tape for the week before and a tape for the week after, but there is an empty slot where the 6/16/12 tape would be. Hulk throws his hands up and curses (beeped out) as the program goes off the air.


Little Caesar's Pizza & ShopTNA.Com present TNA Impact Wrestling - 8/04/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,405.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Bruce Pritchard
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner & Brian Stiffler

*Opening Fireworks*


1. X Division. Kid Ka$h (w/ Gunner) defeated Sonjay Dutt at 3:37. Gunner's presence at ringside paid big dividends for Kid Ka$h (pun intended). The distracted Sonjay walked right into the Moneymaker (Double Underhook Piledriver) for the winning pinfall.



Backstage Segment : Impact GM Hulk Hogan's Office

Impact GM Hulk Hogan is distraught in his office. His daughter Brooke, the Director of the Knockouts' Division, tries to console him. Brooke wants to know what happened last week after Hulk went to the TNA Security Office to find the surveillance tape for the June 16th Impact program. The Hulkster explains that the tape was missing. "The one piece of evidence that I have to back up Madison Rayne's testimony about Mr. Wrestling III's identity is gone." Hulk shakes his head.



2. Knockouts Division. "Hardcore Country" Mickie James over Gail Kim (w/out Knockouts' Champion Madison Rayne who is still in hiding and in fear of her safety from Mr. Wrestling III) via Count Out at 5:04. Mickie backdropped Gail out of the ring on a corner charge. Gail took a bad bump on the steps OOR and was unable to make Referee Brian Stiffler's ten count.



Backstage Segment : In the wings of the Impact Zone

Referee Mike Posey, who has been temporarily suspended by TNA President Dixie Carter due to allegations made by Homicide that he is bias against wrestlers of Latino heritage, is confronted by Attorney Joseph Park, Esq. Park explains that he is now representing the Plaintiff in this case. He says that his client Homicide is willing to settle out of court for a price. Park hands Mike Posey a folded piece of paper with a figure written on it. Posey's eyes widen in horror. "I don't have that kind of money, Mr. Park !!!" Attorney Park smiles, "Then perhaps we can work out a payment plan, Mr. Posey ?" Referee Posey is clearly shaken. He walks out mumbling to himself. Joseph Park turns to leave but Bully Ray is right in his face. The frightened lawyer nearly jumps out of his shoes as Bully grabs him by his suit lapels, "Wot ah you doin' here again, Pok ?? Joseph Park immediately begins blubbering and sweating, "I... I was just leaving, Bully... please let me pass now..." Bully Ray grabs the attorney's briefcase from him and dumps out a pile of important looking documents all over the floor. Joseph Park desperately tries to gather up all his paperwork as Bully Ray walks over the documents and kicks them around. "Da next time it's gonna be you all ova dis floor, Pok !! Got it ??"


3. The Young Bucks (Jeremy & his brother Max) defeated Ink, Inc. (Jesse Neal & Shannon Moore w/ Daffney) by DQ at 8:33. With the Young Bucks dominating and seemingly on their way to victory, Brutus Magnus, one half of the Tag Team Champions British Invasion, suddenly raced into the ring and laid out Max Buck with his Tormentum (Twisting Fallaway Slam) finisher. Referee Earl Hebner immediately signaled for the disqualification despite Ink, Inc.'s protests that they had nothing to do with it.


Backstage Segment : Impact GM Hulk Hogan's Office

Brooke Hogan has convinced her dad to return to the TNA Security Office and search again for the missing surveillance tape from June 16th. She reasons with him that the tapes might have been out of order and to check the date of each one if necessary. The Hulkster shrugs and says "What have I got to lose ?" Hulk is about to leave and head for the Security Office when Jeff Jarrett suddenly bursts in. Jarrett is toe-to-toe with the Hulkster and he points an accusing finger at him.

Jarrett: "You're trying to set me up, Mr. GM, and I don't take kindly to that one bit."

Hogan: "Where are you going with this, Brother ?? If you got something to say, Jarrett, then just say it !!"

Jarrett: "My guitar is missing, Hogan. Stolen right out of the locker room. I don't suppose you know anything about that now would you ?"

Hogan: "As a matter of fact, Dude, I don't. Now if you'll excuse me, I've got more important things to do right now then to worry about your stupid guitar."

The Hulkster storms out. Brooke shouts after him, "Dad, wait !!" but she's too late. Hulk is already on his way to Security. Jarrett gets right up into Brooke's face now.

Jarrett: "You Hogans are trying to set me up to be the fall guy for all this Mr. Wrestling III bullcrap that's been going on around here. Well, let me tell you something, Missy, I ain't nobody's fool."

Brooke: "Back off, Jarrett. We know who Mr. Wrestling III is. Now we just have to prove it."

There's a brief stare down before Jarrett finally turns and walks away.



4. TV Tournament Match. Devon over Big Robbie T (w/ Robbie E & Cookie) by DQ at 6:11. With Devon getting the better of him, Robbie T busted "The List" clipboard over Devon's head for the disqualification. Robbie E then joined his bodyguard in the ring for a double team beat down of Devon. Garett Bischoff raced in from the back to make the save. As Robbie E retreated, he shouted "You're not on the list, Bischoff !! You'll be sorry, Bro' !!"


Backstage Segment - TNA President Dixie Carter's Office.

Attorney Joseph Park, Esq. is seating across from Dixie's desk. He gives Dixie his business card and explains that his law firm Park, Park & Park is representing Homicide in the discrimination allegations against TNA. As with Referee Mike Posey, Joseph Park explains that his client is willing to settle out of court for a price. He slides the folded piece of paper across the desk to Dixie. Dixie opens it, reads it and smiles slyly.

Dixie: "If I didn't know any better, Mr. Park, I'd say that you were trying to blackmail me ? I'm sorry, what's the legal term for it , Mr. Park ? Extortion ?"

Joseph Park smiles uncomfortably and wipes his brow with his handkerchief. He blubbers and stammers.

Park: "Now, madam, please let me explain..."

Dixie: "See you in court. Mr. Park. Good day to you."

Dixie escorts the bungling lawyer to the door. Park is dropping papers all over the floor. He peers out the door nervously searching for Bully Ray, hears Bully's voice in the distance, and runs down the corridor.

We cut to the Impact Zone Security Office

The Hulkster is painstakingly going through all the dates on the surveillance tapes. His cell phone rings. The call is from his daughter Brooke. Hulk doesn't answer and lets the call go to voicemail. His eyes widen as if he suddenly realizes his error. He grabs a half dozen security guards and they run out of the office together.



5. No. 1 Contender's Match to TNA Champion Jeff Hardy's Title. "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle defeated "The It Factor" Bobby Roode by DQ at 15:42. Kurt had Roode in the Ankle Lock right in the middle of the ring and about to tap out when Mr. Wrestling III came out of nowhere, raced into the ring and bashed Angle from behind with a guitar. Referee Brian Stiffler immediately signaled for the disqualification due to outside interference. Mr. Wrestling III escaped through the crowd as Hulk Hogan and TNA Security ran down the ramp to ringside.

Hulk is furious with himself as he checks on Kurt Angle's condition in the ring. Angle shakes out the cobwebs from the guitar shot and immediately begins spouting off about Jarrett. Angle is screaming bloody murder and wants Jarrett in the ring right now as the Hulkster tries to settle him down.

Brooke Hogan suddenly appears at the top of the ramp with a microphone and the TNA schedule from June.

Brooke: "Dad, the reason you can't find the surveillance tape from June 16th is because it's not here !!"

Hulk: "I know it's not here, Brooke !! I went through every tape in the security office !!"

Brooke: "No, Dad !! You're not getting it !! Listen to me - Impact wasn't held here in the Impact Zone that night. It was held at The Asylum in Nashville !! They have the tape in Nashville !! I just called them !!"

Hulk's eyes widen in astonishment. He beams a big smile as the program goes off the air.
GV - Aug 11, 2012 - 06:56 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 8/11/12
AWA (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 8/11/12. ESPN presents AWA Championship Wrestling from The Showboat Sports Pavillion in Las Vegas, NV. Att: 5,277.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Marty Miller

1. "The Polish Prince" Steve O (Olsonoski) over Tom "Rocky" Stone with the Airplane Spin at 2:37.

2. "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) defeated Jake "The Milkman" Milliman via Count Out at 6:41. In OOR action, Kelly gave the Milkman a Low Blow on the floor while Madusa kept Referee Marty Miller distracted. Milliman could not make the subsequent ten count.

3. Candi Devine pinned Rockin' Robin with a High Flying Cross Body Press at 6:03.

4. Greg Gagne defeated Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) at 8:42. El-Kaisee removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle behind Referee Gary DeRusha's back, but it was Gagne who capitalized on it but ramming the Russian's head into the exposed steel to gain the pinfall.

5. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Go the Ninja) over "Olympian" Brad Rheingans at 12:46. With Referee Marty Miller knocked down in the action, Zbyszko bashed Rheingan's from behind with Go's nunchucks. Miller recovered to crawl over and count the pin for Zbyszko.

6. "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter defeated "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers at 10:54. Debeers was in a heated argument with Referee Gary DeRusha when the Sarge snuck up from behind and slapped on the Cobra Clutch for the submission victory.

7. AWA Tag Team Title Match. The Champion Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) turned back the challenge of the former champs, The Pretty Playboys, ("Pretty Boy" Doug Somers & "Playboy" Buddy Rose w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) at 14:13. The Rockers pinned Somers with their "Rocker-plex" double team finisher (Michaels' Verticle Suplex with Jannetty's Diving Cross Body off the top rope) to retain their titles. Note - During the match introductions, Buddy Rose once again corrected Larry Nelson by insisting "I do not weigh 271 lbs, I weigh 217 lbs !" Rose then performed several one-armed pushups to prove that he was in shape.
GV - Aug 12, 2012 - 06:53 AM
Post subject: Smokey Mountain Wrestling
Hi Everyone ! As with my TNA Federation, there's some ongoing storylines in my SMW Federaton that might make better sense after a review of past cards. Here is the history for anyone who might be interested in reading. Thank you !


Smokey Mountain Wrestling 6/09/12 - Civic Coliseum Ballroom, Knoxville, TN. Att: 1,288.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantell
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Ron Sexton & Mark Curtis

Interview Segment with Bob Caudle & SMW Commissioner "Bullet" Bob Armstrong.

Armstrong welcomes us to SMW. He calls SMW "Old School Wrestling for Old School Fans." He says SMW is not "a circus of muscle-headed morons and body-building oafs" like those other federations on TV. He's not interested in selling toys and bubblegum cards. He's interested in giving the fans what they really want - the old school wrestling that they love and grew up with.

1. "Hollywood" Bob Holly beat Joe Cazana with the Star Drop (Knee Drop off the top rope) at 4:13.

2. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner over Ben Jordan with the Natural Bridge (Bridging O'Connor Roll) at 3:24.

"Down & Dirty with Dutch" Interview Segment.

Dutch Mantell interviews the Dirty White Boy and his manager Ron Wright (who is confined to a wheelchair) regarding tonight's Main Event against "Prime Time" Brian Lee. Dirty White Boy says Brian Lee is just a stepping stone on the path to the SMW Title. He says what he really wants to talk about is his manager Ron Wright. He urges the fans to send in donations and contributions so that Wright can have an operation to help him walk again. Wright says that he knows "the toothless hillbilly mountain-folk don't have much money", but to "dig around in the yard for the bottles and cans that they bury it in" and send it to him right away.

3. Dixie Dynamite (Scott Armstrong under a mask) defeated Killer Kyle with the Confederate Kick (Superkick) at 6:36. After the bout, Kyle (a former mob hitman) clobbered Dixie from behind with his violin case and planted him with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) before Tim Hoerner and Robert Gibson raced into the ring to make the save.

4. "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel pinned Robert Gibson at 7:41. Landel was able to roll through Gibson's Flying Body Press on momentum and pin Robert with a handful of tights.

Interview Segment with Bob Caudle and Jim Cornette.

Cornette says that the ladies are in for a treat here tonight. He says he knows that his Heavenly Bodies are irresistable, but the girls must restrain themselves from rushing the ring to get their hands on them. He says that it's only a matter of time before the Heavenly Bodies will be crowned the SMW Tag Team Champions.

5. The Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard & "Sweet" Stan Lane w/ Jim Cornette) defeated the Fantastics (Bobby & Jackie Fulton) at 9:08. Pritchard & Lane combined for a Double Team Flapjack on Jackie Fulton behind Referee Mark Curtis' back while the ref was being distracted by Jim Cornette up on the apron. Curtis then turned around to count the pin on Fulton.

Interview Segment with Bob Caudle and "Primetime" Brian Lee.

Lee says he's happy to be a part of SWM and urged the fans to support the federation. Lee then talked about his upcoming match with the Dirty White Boy. He said the Dirty White Boy was not ready for "Primetime" and would go down to defeat tonight. He also said that even though Ron Wright was confined to a wheelchair, he was dangerous around ringside and should not be trusted.

6. In the Main Event, "Primetime" Brian Lee over the Dirty White Boy (w/ Ron Wright) at 12:38. Wright slipped the Dirty White Boy a hidden foreign object, however Brian Lee was able to block the loaded punch and pin his opponent with the Cancellation (Canadian Backbreaker Drop) for the victory.



Smokey Mountain Wrestling 6/15/12 - National Guard Armory, Newport, TN. Att: 1,012.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referee: Mac MacMurray

1. Killer Kyle defeated Gary Scott with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) at 3:16.

2. Hector Guerrero over Pat Rose at 2:56. Rose pulled a roll of coins out of his tights but Hector was able to pry them from his grasp and slug him with his own weapon for the pin.

"Down & Dirty with Dutch" Interview Segment.

Dutch Mantel interviewed the Dirty White Boy and his wheelchair-bound manager Ron Wright. Dirty White Boy said that his loss to "Primetime" Brian Lee on last week's program was "a fluke". He said he'll turn things around this week against Tim Hoerner. Ron Wright said that he's disappointed with the lack of charity and compassion from "the hillbilly folk" of Tennessee. He said that he received no donations this past week to help him get his operation. He reminded the audience that a charitable contribution can be written off as a tax deduction. Wright also asked SMW's corporate sponsors "to find it in their hearts" to set aside a little something for him when they prepare their fiscal budgets.

3. Dixie Dynamite pinned "Hollywood" Bob Holly with a Small Package at 8:59.

4. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner beat the Dirty White Boy (w/ Ron Wright) at 8:02. Hoerner slingshotted himself into the ring from the apron with a Sunset Flip for the pin. Dirty White Boy tried to hold the ropes to keep his balance, but Referee Mac MacMurray kicked his hands off the top rope to enable Hoerner to get him over. Ron Wright has filed a protest with Commissioner "Bullet" Bob Armstrong.

5. The Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) defeated the Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden w/ Miss Sylvia) at 7:35. Fuller literally got his bell rung by Brad Batten when he was smashed head-first onto the timekeeper's bell in OOR action. Brad then rolled Fuller into the ring for his brother Bart to pin.

6. In the Main Event, "Primetime" Brian Lee defeated the Nightstalker (Bryan Clark) by DQ at 13:45. The Nightstalker thought he had the match won after delivering his Chokeslam finisher onto Lee, however Referee Mac MacMurray was slow in getting into position to make the count. Lee subsequently kicked out. The Nightstalker was so upset that he threw MacMurray out of the ring and delivered another Chokeslam onto Lee before exiting the ring. Commissioner Bob Armstrong levied a $1,000 fine for the Nightstalker's actions.



Smokey Mountain Wrestling 6/25/12 - Memorial Fieldhouse, Williamson, WV. Att: 1,183.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Mark Curtis & Tommy Weathers

1. "Country Boy" Cousin Junior beat Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster with a Mule Kick off the ropes at 6:49.

2. The Black Knight and "Jumping" Joey Maggs were both DQ'd by Referee Tommy Weathers in a wild brawl around ringside at 7:43.

3. Norvell Austin held the ropes for leverage in the corner to pin Billy Joe Travis at 7:35.

4. "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ cousin Pat Rose) defeated Robert Gibson via Count Out at 12:12. Pat Rose constantly interferred in this bout. Gibson finally had enough and brawled with Pat all the way back to the dressing room leading to the count out.

Down 'N Dirty with Dutch Segment.

Dutch Mantel welcomes "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff to Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Orndorff calls Williamson, WV "hillbilly heaven". He says that he didn't come all the way out here in the middle of the boondocks for nothing. He's here to throw his name in the ring for the SMW Championship. He serves notice to Tommy Rich and Brian Lee that they better not get in his way. Orndorff boasts that he will "make an example" out of his opponent "Flamboyant" Eric Embry here tonight.

5. The Nightmares (Danny Davis & Ken Wayne w/ "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart) defeated the Rich Cousins (Johnny "Crash" Rich & Davey Rich) via Count Out at 7:28. Davey was thrown into a concession stand by Kenny Wayne in OOR action. Johnny tried to help his cousin get back to the ring in time to make the ten count but they were both laid out by chair shots from Randy & Pat Rose enroute.

6. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff over "Flamboyant" Eric Embry by Count Out at 14:31. As the action spilled OOR, Embry charged at Mr. Wonderful but Orndorff was able to side-step him causing Eric to crash shoulder-first into the ring post for the count out. After the bout Orndorff gave the already hurting Embry a Piledriver on the floor. Eric had to be helped to the back by ring attendants.

Interview Segment. Bob Caudle interviews Johnny and Davey Rich.

The Rich Cousins are banged up and furious after the attack by Randy and Pat Rose. They say the war is on. They say the Rich Cousins and the Rose Cousins are going to be like Smokey Mountain Wrestling's version of the Hatfields and the McCoys. They challenge the Roses to a tag team match next week.

A very irate Commissioner "Bullet" Bob Armstrong joins Caudle next. He says that Orndorff's actions here tonight in his SMW debut were completely uncalled for. He says that he's not going to stand for that kind of behavior and is fining "Mr. Wonderful" $1,000 for Piledriving Eric Embry on the floor. Orndorff comes back out from the locker room and smirks at Armstrong. He peels off a bunch of hundreds from a wad of cash in his hand, lets the bills fall on the ground around Armstrong's feet and walks away.



Smokey Mountain Results 7/05/12 - "The War of the Roses" Raleigh County Armory, Beckley, WV. Att: 1,107.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Mac MacMurray & Mark Curtis

Down & Dirty With Dutch Segment

Dutch Mantell interviews Pat & Randy Rose regarding their feud with the Rich's. Mantell calls the situation a modern day "Hatfields vs McCoys". The Rose Cousins agree. They say that the bad blood between the Rich and Rose families dates all the way back to the 1800s. They call their vendetta "The War of the Roses". Randy says that he and Pat didn't start the feud but by golly they intend to finish it beginning here tonight with Davey Rich.

1. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes beat Ben Jordan in his SMW debut at 4:48. Jordan had removed the padding from a turnbuckle but his strategy backfired as his head was rammed into the exposed steel by Dukes leading to the pinfall.

2. Davey Rich pinned Pat Rose (w/ cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose) at 4:31. With Pat Rose holding Davey Rich from behind, "Ravishing" Randy tried to bash Rich with a roll of coins but Davey was able to duck at the last second and Pat took the full brunt of the loaded punch on the chin. After the bout, The Rose cousins put the boots to Davey until Tommy Rich ran in to make the save.

3. "Jumping" Joey Maggs surprised newcomer "Wild" Bill Ash with a Victory Roll at 6:02.

4. The Nightstalker defeated Hector Guerrero with his Chokeslam finisher at 6:43.

5. The Fantastics (Bobby & Jackie Fulton) over the Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden w/ Miss Sylvia) by DQ at 13:24. Miss Sylvia ran in to break up the pin for the disqualification after Bobby hit Golden with the Fantastic Flip (Diving Senton Splash off the top rope).

6. In the Main Event, "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey over Tommy "Wildfire" Rich via Count Out at 14:00. Condrey tossed Rich out of the ring and proceeded to distract Referee Mac MacMurray while the Rose Cousins (Pat & Randy) threw "Wildfire" into a cotton candy concession stand. The sticky Rich could not get back in the ring in time to make MacMurray's ten count. After the bout an irate Rich challenged the Roses to a six man tag match next week : Tommy, Johnny & Davey Rich vs Pat & Randy Rose along with Dennis Condrey.



Smokey Mountain Wrestling afternoon matinee 7/12/12 - Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Jefferson City, TN. Att: 1,307.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Ron Sexton

1. Riki Ataki defeated Scott Braddock in controversial fashion at 5:14. Referee Tommy Weathers was knocked down in the action. As Scott Braddock was helping Weathers get to his feet, Ataki rolled up Braddock from behind. Referee Ron Sexton suddenly ran in and counted the pin. After the bout, Braddock and Tommy Weathers both had words with Sexton but the decision stood.

2. "Hollywood" Bob Holly over Billy Joe Travis by DQ at 6:41. Holly found a lead pipe under the ring and snuck it in behind Referee Ron Sexton's back, however Travis was able to pry it out of Holly's hands before he could use it. Unfortunately for Travis, Sexton caught him holding the pipe and signaled for the disqualification. A lot of heat from the crowd toward Sexton.

There was an unexpected intermission in the card as several youngsters ran into the ring and began trying to wrestle with one another. Tommy Rich was able to help the kids' parents coax them out of the ring with candy apples from the fairgrounds' concession stands. Tommy also signed autographs for the children and gave them tickets to ride on the Ferris Wheel.

3. The popular masked man Dixie Dynamite defeated the unpopular masked man Black Knight by DQ at 5:34. The Knight was caught red-handed with Brass Knucks by Referee Tommy Weathers who immediately signaled for the disqualification.

4. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner pinned Norvell Austin with the Natural Bridge (Bridging O'Connor Roll) at 10:44 in this hard fought contest that saw several near pinfalls.

Live "Down & Dirty with Dutch" Segment inside the ring.

Dutch's guests were the Rose Cousins (Randy & Pat) along with "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey. The trio discuss their feud and upcoming six man match with the Rich Cousins. Pat Rose explains that Condrey is kin to the Rose Family. Randy produces a handful of notarized documents to support his cousin's claim. Condrey confirms that he is indeed a "second cousin twice removed" to the Roses and that the documents clearly trace his lineage to the Rose Family. The trio say that they are going to give the Rich Cousins "a good ol'fashioned country ass-whuppin" here today.

5. Jimmy Golden (w/ Robert Fuller & Miss Sylvia) defeated Robert Gibson via Count Out at 9:31. In OOR action, Miss Sylvia slipped Golden her loaded purse which Golden used to KO Gibson. The woozy Gibson could not recover in time to make Referee Tommy Weathers' ten count.

6. Six Man Tag Match Main Event. With dark storm clouds looming over the Jefferson County Fairgrounds and rumbles of thunder approaching from the distance, The Rose Cousins ("Ravishing" Randy, Pat, & "Second Cousin Twice Removed" Loverboy Dennis Condrey) defeated the Rich Cousins (Tommy "Wildfire" Rich, Johnny "Crash" Rich & Davey Rich) at 15:15. Referee Ron Sexton had difficulty maintaining order in this bitter feud. As Sexton was sending Tommy & Johnny Rich back to their corner, Condrey snuck into the ring and delivered a Brainbuster onto Davey. Sexton turned around just in time to count the pin as Pat Rose made the cover on Davey. Fans pelted the ring with hotdog wrappers and popcorn boxes as the Rose Cousins celebrated. Heavy rain suddenly began to fall and the grandstands abruptly emptied as fans and wrestlers alike ran for cover.



Smokey Mountain Wrestling 7/22/12 - Varner's Grove, Randolph, MS. Att: 1,922.

Announcers: Lance Russell & Jess McGrath
Ring Announcer: Billy Powell
Referees: Mark Curtis & Tommy Weathers

1. "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers pinned Tommy Angel with his Hangman's Neckbreaker at 2:53. After the bout, Jaggers had to be restrained from putting his hangman's noose over Angel's throat.

2. Ric McCord over "Wild" Bill Ash by DQ at 7:47. Ash went berserk and unloaded with a barrage of kicks, punches and chokeholds on McCord in the corner. Ash refused to break on Referee Tommy Weather's five count and threw the ref out of the ring before continuing his attack. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner ran in from the back to chase off Ash.

Pat Rose was found bloody and battered backstage by his cousin Randy Rose and "second cousin twice removed" Dennis Condrey. Pat was clearly hurting and had to be taken to the ringside physician. He kept shouting "Those sons o' bitches, Rich cowards !" as the doctor stitched him up.

"Down & Dirty with Dutch" Segment

Dutch Mantel began the show by welcoming his Kansas Jayhawks' partner "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers to Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Mantel brags about Jaggers' career `accomplishments and said "we need more men like Bobby Jaggers in Smokey Mountain !" The two are suddenly interrupted by the fuming Randy Rose and Dennis Condrey. Randy says it took 40 stitches to close the gash in his cousin Pat's forehead. Condrey says that Pat is so "spittin' mad" that he wants to take out all three Rich Cousins by himself ! Randy challenges any Rich who can hear his voice to a match tonight ! He says that all the Rich boys are "gutless yella cowards" and doubts any of them will find the courage to face him. Johnny "Crash" Rich comes out and accept's Randy's challenge. The confrontation is hot and heated. Even Bobby Jaggers seems to want a piece of Johnny Rich. Tommy and Davey Rich come out to even the odds. There's a lot of pushing and shoving and name calling. Dutch Mantel does his best to keep everyone separated as the segment ends.

3. Killer Kyle over "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner via Count Out at 11:59. Killer clotheslined Hoerner over the barricade railing and into the front row of seats during OOR action. Hoerner never emerged from the crowd as Referee Mark Curtis put the ten count on him. After the bout, Ric McCord came out to check on Hoerner and assist him backstage.

4. Lumberjack Match. Johnny "Crash" Rich vs. "Ravishing" Randy Rose

The Lumberjacks surrounding the ring included Tommy and Davey Rich as well as "The Black Rose" (as he now wishes to be called) Loverboy Dennis Condrey. Pat Rose, however, was not present.

Johnny "Crash" Rich pinned "Ravishing" Randy Rose at 7:21. Rose was clearly distracted by the presence of Tommy and Davey Rich at ringside. He jawed with them constantly throughout the bout and accused Tommy of trying to trip him as he came off he ropes. Randy turned around right into a Flying Forearm Smash from Johnny for the winning pinfall. Randy kicked the bottom rope and cussed as the Rich Cousins celebrated OOR.

5. SMW Tag Team Championship Tournament Match. The Nightmares (Danny Davis & Ken Wayne w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) defeated the Gibsons (Ricky and brother Robert) at 9:51. Hart smashed Rick from behind with his megaphone while Danny Davis distracted Referee Tommy Weathers. Ken Wayne then made the cover as Weathers turned around to count the pin.

6. SMW Championship Tournament Match. "Dr. D." David Schultz over "Flamboyant" Eric Embry via Count Out at 14:34. Schultz gave Embry an undetected Low Blow during OOR action. Embry could not get back in the ring in time to make Referee Mark Curtis' ten count.



Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 8/01/12 - Boutwell Memorial Auditorium, Birmingham, AL. Att: 3,052.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Ed Capral
Referees: Ron Sexton & Jerry Calhoun

1. Pat Rose (w/ his cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose) defeated Joe Cazana at 6:52. "Ravishing" Randy grabbed Cazana's leg as he was bounding off the ropes. When Cazana spun around to confront Randy, he was rolled up from behind by Cousin Pat for the pin.

2. "The Original Country Boy" Cousin Roscoe Junior pinned Ben Jordan after a Mule Kick off the ropes at 5:53.

3. TV Tournament Match. Jerry Oates over "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers (w/ "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) by DQ at 7:23. Apparently unfamiliar with "Bullett" Bob Armstrong's SMW Rule Book, newcomer Bobby Jaggers tossed Oates over the top rope and OOR. Referee Jerry Calhoun immediately signaled for the disqualification.

4. Tag Tournament Match. The Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden w/ Miss Sylvia) eliminated the Rich Cousins (Johnny "Crash" Rich & Davey Rich) at 7:35. Golden with the Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) on Johnny for the pin. "Ravishing" Randy Rose, who did guest commentary at the announcers' table for the bout, razzed the Rich Cousins on their loss as they returned to the dressing room. Johnny hauled off and clocked Rose to loud cheers from the fans.

5. "Superstar" Bill Dundee defeated "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey (w/ Pat Rose) by DQ at 12:09. Referee Ron Sexton caught Pat Rose throwing a handful of powder in Dundee's face and called for the bell. After the bout, Condrey and Rose accused Sexton of being on the Rich Cousins' payroll.

6. SMW Title Tournament Match. "Primetime" Brian Lee and "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff were both DQ'd by Referee Jerry Calhoun at 15:38 after both men pushed the referee down and started throwing haymakers at one another. Several wrestlers rushed into the ring to separate the two combatants.
GV - Aug 12, 2012 - 07:16 AM
Post subject: SMW 8/12/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 8/12/12 - National Guard Armory, Morristown, TN. Att: 1,610.

Announcers: Bill Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantell
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Mac MacMurray

1. Killer Kyle made short work of Tommy Angel by defeating him in 1:34. Angel missed a corner charge and ran shoulder-first into the ring post. Kyle secured the pin with a foot on the ropes for added leverage. Ric McCord ran into the ring to point out the rules infraction to Referee Tommy Weathers but the decision stood.

2. Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster upset Ric McCord with help from Killer Kyle at 8:00. Kyle retuned to ringside and bashed McCord from behind with his violin case while Lancaster kept Referee Mac MacMurray occupied. Frankie then covered the KO'd McCord for the pinfall.

3. "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey (w/ Pat Rose & "Ravishing" Randy Rose) over Johnny "Crash" Rich via Count Out at 9:30. Condrey threw Rich OOR and let the Rose Cousins work him over while he kept Referee Tommy Weathers distracted. The Roses gave Johnny a Double Hot Shot onto the steel barricade railing. Clutching his throat and gasping for breath, Rich could not make it back inside the ring in time to make the Weathers' ten count. After the match, the Roses & Condrey continued to triple-team Johnny until his cousins Tommy and Davey Rich ran in to clean house and make the save.

4. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner defeated Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia) at 8:50. Fuller was conferring with his valet in the corner when Hoerner snuck up from behind with a surprise Schoolboy Rollup for the pin.

5. TV Tournament Match. The Dirty White Boy (w/ Ron Wright) eliminated Dixie Dynamite at 11:10. Ron Wright was a constant distraction at ringside and heckled Dixie Dynamite throughout the match. Dixie spun around to confront him and was caught with a Clothesline from behind by the Dirty White Boy for the pin.

6. Tag Team Tournament match. Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Sweet" Stan Lane & "Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard) beat the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) at 8:19. The Heavenly Bodies combined for a double team Flapjack on Bart while Referee Mac MacMurray was sending Brad back to his corner. MacMurray turned around just in time to count "Sweet" Stan's pin on Bart.

7. SMW Title Tournament Match. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff defeated "Primetime" Brian Lee via Count Out 15:16. In OOR action, Orndorff dropped "Primetime" ribs-first onto a chair. Lee could not recover in time to make Referee Tommy Weather's ten count.
GV - Aug 13, 2012 - 06:25 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 8/13/12
WCCW (Circa mid 80's) 8/13/12 - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,088.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. Jose Lothario over Sean Cody by DQ at 6:44. Referee Bronco Lubich caught Cody smashing Lothario in the chops with Marc Lowrance's microphone and immediately called for the bell.

2. "Killer" Tim Brooks defeated Dave (aka D.J.) Peterson at 4:29. Peterson missed a corner charge and ran full steam into Brooks' raised boot. Brooks insured the pin with a foot on the ropes for added leverage.

3. Brian Adidas beat Kelly Kiniski by submission with his "Oriental Tool" (Thumb to the throat) at 6:10. Adidas learned the submission hold during a recent WCCW tour of Japan.

4. The TV Tournament Match between Al Madril and the Grappler (Len Denton under a mask) never took place. Al was jumped from behind by the Grappler in the locker room prior to the bout. Madril was too injured in the attack to compete.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Dynamic Duo ("Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gorgeous Gino Hernandez w/ Nicola Roberts) eliminated The Youngbloods (Chris & Mark) at 11:20. Nicola bashed Chris Youngblood in the head with her high-heel shoe while Adams distracted Referee David Manning. Manning turned around in time to see Gino Hernandez making the cover on Youngblood and counted the pin.

6. Texas Title Tournament Match. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) defeated Kevin Von Erich via Count Out at 11:26. Percy Pringle was a menace throughout this bout. Fed up with his constant interference, Von Erich chased the manager around ringside until he was blind-sided by a Rude cheap shot from behind. Kevin got tangled up in the TV cables and could not get back in the ring in time to make Referee Bronco Lubich's ten count.
GV - Aug 14, 2012 - 06:20 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 8/14/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 8/14/12 - Reed Arena, College Station, TX. Att: 12,747.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson and Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) defeated Prince Iaukea at 7:02 after the momentum of Iaukea's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope put Nagata on top for the pin.

2. "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) beat "The Chairman of WCW" La Parka at 8:00. Much to the fans delight, La Parka caught Jimmy Hart with a haymaker on the apron, but Morrus snuck up from behind and pinned La Parka with a Schoolboy Roll Up right after.

3. Four Horseman Steve "Mongo" McMichael defeated "Thunderfoot" Jerry Flynn with the Mongo Spike (Tombstone Piledriver) at 9:52.

4. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) over "The Dark Angel" Vampiro with the Kid Krusher (Behind the Back Facebuster) at 10:24. Vampiro lost valuable points during a prematch interview with "Mean" Gene Okerlund when he threatened to give Torrie Wilson his "Nail in the Coffin" finisher if she interferred in the match. Billy Kidman did not take kindly to the remark and bashed Vampiro over the head with a folding chair.

5. Four Horsemen "Crippler" Chris Benoit & "Iceman" Dean Malenko defeated the West Hollywood Blondes (Lenny Lane & Lodi) at 9:24. Benoit made Lenny tap out to the Crippler Crossface. Lodi attempted to make the save but was Drop Kicked out of the ring by Malenko.

6. Konnan and Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) wrestled to a Double Count Out at 11:33. Onoo was a menace at ringside and constantly interferred in this match. Konnan had enough and chased him back to the dressing room with Miller running after them in hot pursuit to protect his manager.

7. Special Guest Ring Announcer Michael "Let's Get Rrrrrready to Rrrrrrrrummmble" Buffer did the pre-match introduction honors for the Main Event. Goldberg defeated the n.W.o.'s "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash (w/ Scott Hall) via Count Out at 15:24. In OOR action, Goldberg gave Nash and Hall a mighty Noggin Knocker on the floor. The woozy Nash could not get back in the ring by Referee Charles Robinson's ten count.
GV - Aug 15, 2012 - 06:30 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 8/15/12
TNA Impact 8/15/12 - The Asylum (Tennessee State Fairgrounds Arena), Nashville, TN. Att: 1,417.


Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Andrew Thomas & Bruce Gray

* Opening Fireworks *

Impact GM Hulk Hogan's music hits and the crowd goes bonkers. The Hulkster does his trademark poses and makes his way to ringside. He has a microphone in one hand and a security surveillance tape in the other.

Hogan: "You know, Impact-a-Maniacs, it's only fitting that tonight's show be held right here in The Asylum. We've come full circle with this whole Mr. Wrestling III thing, Brother. You see, Masked Man, you've been pretty elusive and clever, but you slipped up, Dude. Back in June, right here in this very arena, Brother, you snuck into a storage room to put on your mask. Well, you should have done your homework, Dude, because there was a camera in there to record the whole thing."

(The Hulkster holds up the surveillance tape and chuckles to himself)

Hogan: "Now we can do this one or two ways, Brother. Either you come out here and reveal your identity to everyone.... or I roll the footage on the jumbo tron up there and do it for you, Dude. You have until the end of the show to decide. It's your choice, Brother.... but one way or another the whole world is going to know who Mr. Wrestling III is before this night is over !!"

(Loud cheers from the crowd)


1. X Division Triple Threat Match. Michael Shane vs Chad Collyer vs Abismo Negro

After several near pinfalls by all three competitors, Michael Shane gained the three count on Abismo Negro with his Picture Perfect Diving Elbow Drop off the top rope at 4:13.

2. Gail Kim (w/ Madison Rayne) defeated Tara (w/ Miss Tessmacher) at 6:29. Gail held the ropes for leverage to secure the pin after Tara missed a corner charge and hit the ring post shoulder-first. Madison Rayne assisted the pin by holding Tara's foot to prevent her from kicking out.

3. "The War Machine" Rhino over Gunner (w/ Kid Ka$h) at 8:34. Ka$h was a constant distraction around ringside but his interference was not enough to help lead Gunner to victory. Rhino caught Ka$h sneaking into the ring and gave both him and Gunner a Noggin Knocker. Rhino then finished off the dizzy Gunner with the Gore (Running Spear) for the pinfall.

4. TV Tournament Match. Orlando Jordan vs Robbie E (w/ bouncer Robbie T & valet Cookie)

This match was ruled a "No Contest" by Referee Bruce Gray after both competitors were KO'd in a violent mid-ring collision. Neither man could get to his feet by Gray's ten count.

5. The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) defeated Mexican America (Anarquia & Hernandez w/ Rosita & Sarita) at 9:21. Sarita tried to slip Anarquia some Brass Knucks in the ring but they were intercepted by Shelley who used them to KO Anarquia for the pinfall.

6. TNA Title Match. The Champ, "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy, put the gold on the line against the challenger, "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett (w/ trusty guitar and the Fargo Strut).

This was a see-saw battle with both men scoring near pinfalls. With Referee Andrew Thomas kocked down in the action, Mr. Wrestling III ran into the ring and bashed Jeff Jarrett from behind with his own guitar. Mr. Wrestling III motioned for Hardy to make the cover on the KO'd Jarrett but "The Charismatic Enigma" refused. Hardy confronted the masked man instead and the two men traded haymakers in the ring. During the brawl, Hardy was finally able to unmask the mysterious Mr. Wrestling III. To his shock, the masked man turned out to be his own brother Matt Hardy !! With a deranged look in his eye, Matt gave "The Charismatic Enigma" the Twist of Fate and draped Jarrett's arm across his brother's chest. Referee Andrew Thomas recovered enough to crawl over and count the pin. Jeff Jarrett is the neeeeeeeeeewwwww TNA Champion.
GV - Aug 16, 2012 - 06:22 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 8/16/12
WWF (Circa Late 80's) 8/16/12 - Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH. Att: 11,081.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & John Benello

1. "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) pinned "Super" Mario Mancini with the Perfect-Plex (Cradle Suplex) at 2:26.

2. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake over Johnny K-9 with the Sleeper Hold at 4:26. "The Barber" then attempted to give his dozing opponent a trim but there was not much hair on K-9's noggin to cut.

3. Nailz pinned "Leaping" Lanny Poffo after a Running Clothesline that nearly took Poffo out of his boots and a suspiciously fast three count by Referee Earl Hebner at 5:34.

4. Bad News Brown over Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim) by DQ at 10:30. Fed up with Bad News Brown's constant trash talk, Elmer lost his cool and smashed Brown in the head with Hillbilly Jim's lucky horse shoe. Referee John Benello had no choice but to disqualify him.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) eliminated the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacque & Raymond) by DQ at 10:25. Jimmy Hart tried to throw his megaphone to "The Hitman" in the ring but it was intercepted by Raymond Rougeau. Unfortunately for Raymond, Referee Earl Hebner caught him holding the megaphone and signaled for the disqualification.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "The Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich over "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) by DQ at 10:04. Adonis pulled a pink boa out of his "Relax with Trudi" briefcase and began choking out Von Erich in the corner. Adonis refused to stop on Referee John Benello's five count and was disqualified.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. Andre the Giant (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated the Ultimate Warrior at 12:05. Andre managed to lift a knee on the Ultimate Warrior's Splash attempt off the ropes and caught the Warrior flush on the chin leading to the pinfall.
GV - Aug 17, 2012 - 06:25 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 8/17/12
WCW (Circa Early 90's) 8/17/12 - UTC Arena, Chattanooga, TN. Att: 9,833.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Robarb Jones

1. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes pinned "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with his Bulldog finisher at 3:37.

2. Marcus Alexander Bagwell over Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) at 9:13. Bagwell slipped out of the Snake Eyes and pinned Vinnie with a Cradle Suplex.

3. TV Tournament Match. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) and Big Josh were both Counted Out in a brawl around ringside at 11:53.

4. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ Cactus Jack) over "The Rap Master" P.N. News by DQ at 8:55. "The Rap Master" inadvertently bumped Referee Bill Alphonso as he was whipping Abdullah into the corner turnbuckle. Alphonso immediately called for the bell. As P.N. News pleaded his case to the ref, he was jumped from behind by Cactus and Abdullah. Dustin Rhodes ran in to make the save.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) eliminated the Patriots (Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion) via Count Out at 12:13. Chip was counted out after a chair shot from behind by Saggs on the floor in OOR action.

6. U.S. Title Tournament Match. El Gigante pinned Sid Vicious with a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes. Moments earlier, Vicious appeared to have the match with his Powerbomb finisher, but El Gigante was able to back drop out of the hold in the nick of time.

7. WCW Title Tournament Match. "The Total Package" Lex Luger eliminated Sting by Count Out at 13:11. Luger Clotheslined the Stinger over the barricade railing and into the crowd with a loaded forearm pad. Sting got tangled up in the chairs and could not free himself in time to make Referee Robarb Jones' ten count.
GV - Aug 18, 2012 - 06:19 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 8/18/12
UWF Results 8/18/12 - Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA. Att: 8,129.

Announcers: Boyd Pierce & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Edward Faulk

1. "Broadway" Joe Malcolm over Brickhouse Brown by DQ at 4:03. Malcolm pulled Brass Knucks out of his tights but his subsequent loaded punch was blocked by Brown. Brickhouse was able to pry the Knucks away from Malcolm, but he was caught holding them by Referee Tommy Gilbert and disqualified.

2. The Russian Bears (Kortsia Korchenko & Vladimir Petrov w/ Downtown Bruno) defeated Los Guerreros (Chavo & Mando Guerrero) at 5:24. Bruno reached into the ring and tripped Mando Guerrero as he came off the ropes. Petrov then pounced on Mando with a Splash for the pinfall.

3. Devastation Incorporated's Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) beat "The Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord by Count Out at 7:59. With both men battling on the floor, Akbar held Gaylord OOR as Eli just managed to roll back inside in time to make Referee Edward Faulk's ten count.

4. The Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr. & "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) over Missy Hyatt's Coast Connection ("Hollywood" John Tatum & Jack Victory) at 6:07. Victory inadvertently bashed his own partner with "The Lady in Waiting" (Missy Hyatt's loaded Gucci purse). Mosca made the pin on the KO'd Tatum.

5. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated "Bullet" Bob Armstrong with his Brainbuster finisher at 11:46.

6. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan pinned "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ Dark Journey) at 14:19. Seemingly in control of the match, Slater was showboating in the ring when he turned around and was caught by a Running Forearm to the head as Duggan sprang from a three-point stance.

7. Steel Cage Match. "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy. This match was demanded by "Dr. Death" after Gordy's interference cost Williams and Ted Dibiase the Tag Team Titles to the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts) last week. With both men bloody and battered, Terry Gordy planted "Dr. Death" with a Piledriver and began his ascent out of the cage. Gordy was within a few feet from the top of the cage when Williams got to his feet and shook the wall causing the Freebird to lose his footing and tumble back down to the canvas. "Dr. Death" then finished off Gordy with the Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) before climbing out of the cage to victory.
GV - Aug 19, 2012 - 06:54 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 8/19/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Late 70's) 8/19/12 - Jai Alai Fronton, Ocala, FL. Att: 2,438.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Sonny Myers

1. Ron Slinker (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Herb Calvert by submission with a Leg Grapevine at 2:46.

2. Paul Ellering defeated Butch Cassidy with a Bear Hug submission at 3:04.

3. Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) beat Tiger Conway Jr. via Count Out at 7:39. In OOR action, Sir Oliver got into a confrontation with Conway and the two traded punches on the floor. Humperdink got the worst of the exchange but managed to keep Tiger out of the ring long enough to be counted out by Referee Sonny Myers.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito eliminated Ray Candy & Rocky Johnson at 10:55. Mr. Sato threw a handful of ceremonial salt into Ray Candy's eyes while Referee Scrappy McGowan was sending Rocky Johnson back to his corner. Mr. Saito then cradled the blinded Candy as McGowan turned around just in time to count the pin.

5. Jack Brisco defeated King Curtis Iaukea (w/ Sonny King) at 8:57. Brisco caught Sonny King up on the apron and was about to unload a haymaker when he heard King Curtis sneaking up from behind. Brisco ducked at the last second and Iaukea leveled his own manager with a Double Axe Handle. Curtis was trying to help Sonny King get back to his feet when Brisco rolled him up from behind for the winning pinfall.

6. After consulting with the various voices in his head, the demented Killer Karl Kox clobbered Mike Graham with a money bag that he claims was given to him by his friend Lars Anderson. Kox then finished off the woozy Graham with a Brainbuster as Scrappy McGowan made the three count.
GV - Aug 20, 2012 - 08:00 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 8/20/12
WWF Action Zone TV Program (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 8/20/12 - War Memorial Arena, Syracuse, NY. Att: 7,429.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Sean Mooney
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella


1. Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz defeated Bob Cook at 1:54. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down in the action and Bob Cook trying to help him get back to his feet, Schwartz bashed Cook from behind with a corked baseball bat. Hebner recovered to crawl over and count the pin.



2. "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya beat Barry Horowitz with a Reverse Bulldog off the 2nd rope at 6:06.



3. The Mighty Kwang (w/ Harvey Whippleman) over the 1-2-3 Kid via Count Out at 8:47. Kwang blew the mysterious Green Mist into the 1-2-3 Kid's eyes during OOR action. The Kid blindly staggered around and could not find his way back inside the ring by Referee Joey Marella's ten count.




"The Report Card" segment hosted by Dean Douglas


Douglas reviewed footage from the first two matches of tonight's card on his teleprompter. He lauded Abe Schwartz for his ingenuity and resourcefulness with the baseball bat and rewarded "Knuckleball" with a grade of "B+" for his efforts. Douglas, however, was not as impressed with Aldo Montoya. He gave the "Portugese Man O' War" a "C-" for needing six minutes to defeat Barry Horowitz. Douglas also gave Montoya an "F" for his "ridiculous" ring attire.





4. Duke "The Dumpster" Droese defeated "The Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) at 7:45. Duke surprised Kama with a Schoolboy Rollup after sending "The Supreme Fighting Machine" into Ted Dibiase who was up on the apron.



5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) eliminated the Blu Brothers (Jacob & Eli w/ Uncle Zebakiah) at 8:06. The Godwinns combined for a Double Slop Drop (Inverted DDT) on Jacob as Referee Earl Hebner was sending Eli back to his corner. Uncle Zebakiah tried to make the save but had a bucket of slop dumped over his head courtesy of Hillbilly Jim.



6. Intercontinental Title Tournament Match. Bam Bam Bigelow over "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith by Count Out at 15:39. Bam Bam clotheslined "The British Bulldog" over the barricade railing and into the first row of seats during OOR action. Davey Boy could not get back in the ring in time to make the subsequent ten count.



7. WWF Title Tournament Match. Bret "The Hitman" Hart bested looney Bob Backlund at 11:07. The Hitman managed to slip out of Backlund's Crossface Chickenwing and apply the Sharpshooter for the submission victory. After the bout, Backlund went berserk and applied the Crossface Chickenwing to Referee Joey Marella for several minutes until WWF officials Tony Garea and Rene Goulet ran into the ring to break the hold.
MovieTor - Aug 21, 2012 - 05:46 AM
Post subject: RE: WWF Results 8/20/12
You really have exciting worlds on your table. The write ups are excellent!!
GV - Aug 21, 2012 - 07:44 AM
Post subject: RE: WWF Results 8/20/12
Thank you kindly. I'm glad that you enjoy reading them : )
GV - Aug 21, 2012 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 8/21/12
WCW/n.W.o. (Circa Mid to Late 90's) Monday Night Nitro Results 8/21/12 - Thompson-Boling Arena, Knoxville, TN. Att: 12,815.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Nick Patrick

1. Ultimo Dragon over "Mr. World Class" Chip Minton by submission with the Dragon Sleeper at 2:01.

2. David Flair (w/ Daffney Unger) defeated Silver King at 4:51. David bashed Silver King from behind with a crowbar while Daffney distracted Referee Nick Patrick. Daffney's constant screaming at ringside also gave David an edge in this match up.

3. Disco Inferno (w/ the Mamalukes) pinned "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux with the Last Dance (Stone Cold Stunner) at 4:05.

4. "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ "Head of Security" Ralphus) pinned Chavo Guerrero Jr. with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Chavito missed a corner charge. The dimwitted Ralphus attempted to point out the rules infraction to Referee Scott Dickinson but was quickly wisked away by Jericho.

5. The Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) defeated Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray w/ Sister Sherri) at 13:11. Marinara took one for the team as he was leveled by a Stevie Ray haymaker up on the apron. Johnny the Bull seized the moment with a quick roll up on Stevie and secured the pin with a handful of tights.

6. "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner pinned the n.W.o.'s Scott "Flash" Norton (w/ Vincent) with the Steiner Driver (Death Valley Driver) at 11:46.

7. In the Main Event, Diamond Dallas Page over the n.W.o.'s Scott Hall (w/ "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash) at 13:20. With Referee Nick Patrick down on the canvas, Kevin Nash tried to zap DDP with Hall's Taser Stick but inadvertently got Scott with it instead. Page quickly made the cover as Patrick crawled over to count the pin. It was a rough night for the n.W.o.
GV - Aug 22, 2012 - 07:43 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 8/22/12
AWA (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 8/22/12 - Prairie Capital Convention Center, Springfiled, IL. Att: 9,411.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referees: Robert Warren & Scott Ledoux

1. Leon "Baby Bull" White pinned Pete Sanchez with a Running Powerslam at 3:09.

2. The Wildman from Borger, TX, Stan "The Lariat" Hansen defeated "El Gordito" Nacho Berrera with his Western Lariat at 3:09. After the bout, Hansen added insult to injury by jabbing Berrera with his branding iron before exiting the ring.

3. "Yukon" John Nord over Teijo Khan (w/ Soldad Ustinov) at 9:03. With Referee Robert Warren knocked down in the action, Ustinov tried to sneak into the ring to help Teijo Khan but Nord was ready for him and gave the two men a Noggin Knocker. Nord then finished off Khan with a Big Flying Leg Drop after criss-crossing the ring several times. Warren recovered to make the three count.

4. TV Title Match. Champion Mr. Saito (w/ "Sheik" Adnan El-Kaisee) turned back the challenger, Paul "Hard Rock" Diamond, at 9:22. Diamond's former Badd Company tag team partner "Sensei" Pat Tanaka came down to ringside and immediately began jawing with Diamond. Saito took advantage of the distraction and planted Diamond with his Saito Suplex for the winning pinfall to retain the TV Title.

5. The Destruction Crew (Wayne "The Train" Bloom & "Mean" Mike Enos) defeated the team of "Olympian" Brad Rheingans & "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski at 11:11. Enos pinned Rheingans with a handful of tights after Bloom reached into the ring and tripped Brad from the floor as Rheingans was attempting to give "Mean" Mike a Verticle Suplex.

6. Billy Robinson over "Sheik" Ken Patera (w/ "Sheik" Jerry Blackwell & "Sheik" Adnan El-Kaisee) via Count Out at 12:51. Patera missed a charge at Robinson and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post during OOR action. Blackwell and El-Kaisee tried to roll the dazed Patera back inside the ring but it was not in time to make Referee Scott Ledoux's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter defeated Blackjack Lanza (w/ Big, Bad Bobby Duncum & Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) by DQ at 12:29. With Lanza caught in the Sarge's Cobra Clutch, Creatchman sent Duncum into the ring to attack Slaughter. Referee Robert Warren immediately signaled for the disqualification. Lanza and Duncum then proceeded to beat down the Sarge until Billy Robinson, Brad Rheingans and Steve O ran in to make the save.
GV - Aug 23, 2012 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 8/23/12
TNA Results 8/23/12 - North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston, SC. Att: 5,818.

Announcers: Jeremy Borash & Don West
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Scott James & Brian Stiffler

1. Frankie Kazarian (w/ Christopher Daniels) defeated Kenny King with the Fade To Black (Back to Belly Piledriver) at 8:28. Daniels was a nuisance at ringside and a constant distraction for King.

2. Knockouts Fatal Four Way Number One Contenders Match. ODB vs. "Hardcore Country" Mickie James vs. Miss Tessmacher vs. Rosita

After several near pinfalls by all participants, Miss Tessmacher scored the three count on Rosita with the Tess-Shocker (Belly to Back Facebuster) at 9:16. Miss Tessmacher will face Madison Rayne next week for the Knockouts Championship.

3. Gutcheck Match. Alex Silva vs. Kid Ka$h for a TNA Contract and a spot on the roster.

Kid Ka$h toyed with Alex Silva and tried to humiliate the youngster by pulling him up on several two counts. Ka$h finally pinned Silva with the Money Maker (Double Underhook Piledriver) at 8:03. Gutcheck judges Bruce Pritchard, Al Snow & Tazz will render their decisions later in the show.

4. The Jersey Shore (Robbie E & bouncer Big Robbie T w/ Cookie) over Ink, Inc. (Shannon Moore & Jesse Neal w/ Daffney) at 10:46. Robbie E pinned Moore after Big Robbie T smashed Moore in the back of the head with "The List, Bro" clipboard behind Referee Brian Stiffler's back.


Gutcheck Judges' Results:


Bruce Pritchard - Yes


Tazz - No


Al Snow - Yes


Despite being mauled for over eight minutes by Kid Ka$h, Pritchard and Snow were impressed with Alex Silva's "spunk" to award him a TNA contract. Ka$h was seen laughing and shaking his head in disbelief as he watched the judges results from a TV monitor in the back.



5. "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles over Misssssssssster Annnnnderrrrrrsonnnn-ah with the Spiral Tap (Diving Corckscrew Senton Splash off the top rope) at 10:47.

6. "Cowboy" James Storm defeated "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle via Count Out at 13:30. Storm and Angle brawled into the concession area of the North Charleston Coliseum before heading back toward ringside. Angle was intercepted by TNA Champion Jeff Jarrett enroute and immediately got into a heated confrontation with the champ. Referee Scott James put the ten count on Angle after James Storm had returned to the ring.
GV - Aug 24, 2012 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 8/24/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 8/24/12 - Pelham Civic Complex, Demopolis, AL. Att: 2,603.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Mark Curtis & Tommy Weathers

1. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes pinned Riki Ataki after the "Hands of Brick" Knockout Punch at 5:11.

2. The masked Black Knight over Gary Scott via Count Out at 3:12. In OOR action, the Knight sent Gary Scott crashing into the TV crew at ringside. Scott got tangled up in the wires and cables and could not free himself in time to make Referee Tommy Weather's ten count.

3. TV Title Tournament Match. Billy Joe Travis surprised Killer Kyle with a Small Package at 6:44 to advance in the tournament after Kyle had dominated the majority of the match.

4. Robert Gibson overcame a pre-match sneak attack to defeat Norvell Austin by DQ at 7:00. Referee Mark Curtis caught Austin pulling Brass Knucks out of his tights and immediately signaled for the bell. Austin clocked Gibson anyway with the loaded punch before exiting the ring.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Fantastics (Bobby & Jackie Fulton) eliminated the Rose Cousins (Randy & Pat) at 9:30. Bobby Fulton pinned Pat Rose with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Diving Splash off the top rope). The Roses seemed preoccupied with Tommy "Wildfire" Rich who had joined the announcer's table to do guest commentary for the match.

6. SWF Title Tournament Match. "Superstar" Bill Dundee over "Nature Boy" Buddy Landell via Count Out at 12:50. Landell missed a charge OOR and crashed shoulder-first into the steel ring steps. The dazed Landel could not get back inside the ring in time to make Referee Tommy Weathers' ten count.
GV - Aug 25, 2012 - 06:51 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 8/25/12
WWWF (Circa Mid to Late 70's) Results 8/25/12 - The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA. Att: 14,880.

Announcers: Jimmy Lennon & Arnold Skaaland
Special Guest Ring Announcer: "The Voice of the Flyers" Gene Hart
Referees: Jack Lotz & Wee Willie Weber

1. "High Chief" Peter Maivia over Charlie Fulton by submission with the Samoan Stump Puller at 2:46.

2. "The Iron Greek" Spiros Arion (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) pinned Lee Wong from Hong Kong with a Knee Drop off the top rope at 5:13.

3. Steve Travis over Ali Baba by DQ at 8:43. Referee Wee Willie Weber caught Ali Baba bashing Travis in the head with his magic lamp and immedicately called for the bell. Ali Baba then choked out Travis with his tunic for good measure before leaving the ring.

4. George "The Animal" Steele (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) beat "Jumping" Johnny Defazio by submission with his Flying Hammerlock at 5:44. Albano was a nuisance at ringside and blew on a whistle throughout the match. Referee Jack Lotz had his hands full with Steele which allowed Albano to get in several cheap shots.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Valiant Brothers ("Handsome" Jimmy & "Luscious" Johnny w/ Captain Lou) defeated the team of Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko by Count Out. Albano once again caused havoc with his constant interference. Larry Zbyszko had enough and chased "The Captain" from ringside. Unfortunately for Zbyszko, he was counted out in the process by Referee Wee Willie Weber.

6. Fan favorite Bobo Brazil defeated Killer Kowalski (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) at 13:28. Kowalski was rolled up from behind while conferring with the Grand Wizard in the corner.

7. WWWF Title Tournament Match. "The Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff (w/ Captain Lou) eliminated Pedro Morales by Count Out at 15:43. Lou Albano was the difference once again. This time Captain Lou got into a confrontation with Morales on the floor in OOR action. Pedro leveled Albano with a haymaker as the crowd roared in approval, but he completely lost track of Referee Jack Lotz ten count in the process.
ACOMPLITAN - Aug 25, 2012 - 07:34 AM
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Great Write Up's Love The Older WWWF/WWF.
GV - Aug 25, 2012 - 04:15 PM
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Thank you, ACOMPLITAN ! I loved it, too. I first began to follow wrestling in the mid to late 70's with the WWWF and attended several of their cards at the Coliseum in New Haven, CT. Great memories ! : )
GV - Aug 26, 2012 - 06:28 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 8/26/12
WCCW (Circa Mid to Late 80's) Results 8/26/12 - Gilley's Club, Pasadena, TX. Att: 5,719.

Announcers: Dan Coats & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine and sporting a new Stetson hat) defeated "Lone Star" Rusty Brooks at 3:48. Big Rusty taunted Casey by swiping his hat off the announcers' table and strutting around the ring with it on his head. "The Cowboy" did not take kindly to that and planted Brooks with a running Bulldog for the pin.

2. Johnny Mantel over "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ a bad attitude and Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 5:07. Adams did not come to wrestle tonight but rather to embarass an injure Johnny Mantel instead. After pulling his opponent up on several two counts, Adams connected with his patented Superkick to the jaw but once again refused to pin Mantel. Adams grabbed his ring robe instead, wrapped it around Mantel's throat and choked him out on the mat. Mike Von Erich ran in to make the save as Referee Ralph Pulley signaled for the disqualification on Adams.

3. TV Tournament Match. The Grappler (Len Denton under a mask) was DQ'd by Referee Bronco Lubich for smashing Al Madril with a loaded boot at 8:18. This bout was a rematch from last week's card at the Sportatorium when the Grappler jumped Madril in the locker room prior to their match.

4. Mike Von Erich over "The Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) by DQ at 8:33. Perez was trapped in Von Erich's Iron Claw Hold in the middle of the ring when "Gentleman" Chris Adams suddenly ran in and bashed Von Erich over the head with a folding chair. Referee Ralph Pulley immediately called for the bell. Adams was apparently upset with Von Erich for coming to Johnny Mantel's rescue earlier in the show.

As medical personnel attended to Mike Von Erich in the ring, Marc Lowrance interviewed Chris Adams at ringside.

Adams: "Von Erich, this is what happens when you stick your bloody nose in my business, eh? How did that chair feel over your skull, mate ? You Von Erichs think you run the whole bloody state of Texas ! Well, Gino Hernandez, Jake Roberts and I have something to say about that ! You blokes best stay out of our way then !!"

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey) and the Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) were both Counted Out at 10:12. Referee Bronco Lubich put the ten count on both Steve Simpson and Bobby Eaton during a four man free-for-all on the floor that saw Jim Cornette take one in the chops much to the fans' delight.

In an interview with Marc Lowrance, a somber Kerry Von Erich dressed in street clothes disclosed that his brother Mike has been diagnosed with a mild concussion courtesy of Chris Adams' chair shot. Kerry had choice words for Adams and told him that he best watch his back.

6. Red River Jack (Bruiser Brody under a mask) defeated Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb and "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 10:12. This was a brutal back street brawl with both men going toe-to-toe and slugging it out in the middle of the ring. Gary Hart tried to get in on the action and inadvertently hit his own man with a shoe. The dazed Khan walked right into Red River Jack's Big Boot for the winning pinfall.

7. Texas Title Tournament Match. The Dingo Warrior defeated "The Handsome Half-Breed from Highland Park" Gorgeous Gino Hernandez (w/ Nicola Roberts & "Gentleman" Chris Adams) via Count Out at 16:33. During OOR action, Adams helped Gino double team the Warrior until Kerry Von Erich joined the fray to even the odds. Von Erich gave Adams and Hernandez a Noggin Knocker on the floor as the Warrior rolled himself back inside the ring. Referee Ralph Pulley put the ten count on the dazed Hernandez. Von Erich had Adams in the Iron Claw Hold as the program went off the air.
GV - Aug 27, 2012 - 06:21 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 8/27/12
WCW (Circa Early 90's) Results 8/27/12 - McAlister Fieldhouse, Charleston, SC. Att: 5,828.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Billy Silverman

1. The Juicer (Art Barr in Beetlejuice makeup and attire) pinned Brian Carr with a leaping Thesz Press off the top rope at 5:45.

2. Black Blood (Billy Jack Haynes as a heel under a mask) defeated Larry Santo with Le Guillotine (Knee Drop off the top rope) at 2:20. Black Blood was accompanied to the ring by his manager "Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan.

3. "Candyman" Brad Armstrong over Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) by DQ at 9:03. Buck refused to break clean on Pee Wee Anderson's five count during a vicious corner beatdown of Armstrong. Anderson immediately called for the bell.

4. TV Tournament Match. Cactus Jack (w/ Kendo Stick and Abdullah the Butcher) eliminated "Z Man" Tom Zenk at 8:46. Zenk turned his back on Cactus to confront Abdullah the Butcher after Abdullah tried to trip him coming off the ropes. Cactus took advantage of the moment with a Schoolboy Rollup on Zenk from behind for the pin.

5. Tag Tournament Match. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Jimmy "Jam" Garvin w/ Big Daddy Dink) were eliminated from the tournament by Alexandra York's York Foundation ("The Computerized Man of the 90's Terrence Taylor & Richard Morton w/ Ms. York & "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes) via Count Out at 10:51. Mr. Hughes smashed Jimmy Garvin in the head with Alexandra York's laptop computer during OOR action. Garvin could not recover in time to make Referee Billy Silverman's ten count.

6. U.S. Title Tournament Match. Flyin' Brian Pillman over "The Enforcer" Arn Anderon (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 10:01. Dangerously ran into the ring and bashed Pillman in the head with his phone after Flyin' Brian had connected with Air Pillman (Springboard Clothesline) and made the cover on Arn for the winning pinfall.

7. WCW Title Tournament Match. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat defeated "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Madussa Micelli) by DQ at 11:50. To Rude's shock and disbelief, "The Dragon" somehow managed to kick out after his Rude Awakening (Hangman's Neckbreaker) finisher. The frustrated Rude then bashed Steamboat over the head with a chair for the disqualification.
GV - Aug 28, 2012 - 07:41 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Nitro Results 8/28/12
WCW/n.W.o. (Circa Mid to Late 90's) Monday Night Nitro Results 8/28/12 - Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL. Att: 5,179.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Johnny Boone

1. Tank Abbott defeated El Dandy after a Knockout Punch at 3:12. Abbott used a handful of tights to secure the pin.

2. Evan Karagias (w/ fellow Three Count members "Sugar" Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) over Psicosis by DQ at 4:45. With Referee Johnny Boone down on the mat, Shannon Moore tried to bash Psicosis with one of Three Count's green dancing circles but the masked luchador managed to get an arm up to shield himself from the blow. Psicosis then grabbed the circle away from Moore and cleaned house by bopping all three members of the boy band with the object. Unfortunately for Psicosis, Johnny Boone recovered to see the luchador holding the circle and disqualified him.

After the bout, Three Count performed their song "Girl, I Just Gotta Get Into Your Pants" until Psicosis Drop Kicked Karagias out of the ring and sent Helms and Moore over the top rope with a Double Clothesline.

3. High Voltage (Kenny Kaos & Robbie Rage) upset "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart's Faces of Fear (Meng & the Barbarian) by DQ at 7:39. The Barbarian grabbed Robbie Rage in a blatant chokehold and refused to release it by Referee Charles Robinson's five count for the disqualification.

4. Hardcore Match. "Middle-Aged Crazy" Terry Funk pinned "The Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay at 9:35 after a Texas Piledriver through a table.

5. "Crippler" Chris Benoit over Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ red martial arts slippers & Sonny Onoo) at 8:27. Chris Benoit sent "The Cat" crashing into his manager Sonny Onoo who had climbed up on the apron. Benoit then cradled the dazed Miller for the pinfall.

6. Raven defeated Perry Saturn with a handful of tights at 10:38 after Saturn missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post.

7. The n.W.o.'s "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan defeated long-time nemisis "Rowdy" Roddy Piper at 12:08. With Referee Charles Robinson knocked down in the action, Piper had the Hulkster caught in a Sleeper Hold when Scott Hall and Kevin Nash suddenly ran in from the back. Hall bashed Piper from behind with a spray paint can to break the Sleeper. Piper staggered over to Nash who then gave "Rowdy Roddy" the Jackknife Powerbomb. Hall draped Hogan's arm ontop of Piper as a woozy Charles Robinson crawled over to count the pin. After the bout, Hall spray painted "n.W.o" on Piper's chest.
GV - Aug 29, 2012 - 07:37 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 8/29/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 8/29/12 - Madison Square Garden, New YorK City, NY. Att: 18,082.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: John Benello & Dave Hebner

1. Jake "The Snake" Roberts pinned Barry O with the DDT at 3:24. After the bout, Jake removed Damien from it's sack and draped the snake over Barry's body.

2. Canadian strongman Dino Bravo needed a little help from his manager "Luscious" Johnny V to pin Jimmy Powers at 7:51. Johnny clubbed Powers from behind with Bravo's Canadian flagpole while Dino kept Referee Dave Hebner distracted.

3. "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware (w/ Franky) defeated "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick) by DQ at 7:46. Slick tried to bash Koko with his walking stick but inadvertently hit Referee John Benello with it instead. The dazed Benello immediately called for the bell.

4. The Junk Yard Dog pinned "Outlaw" Ron Bass (w/ bullwhip "Miss Betsy") with the Big Thump (Running Powerslam) at 8:50.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ the devious Mr. Fuji) eliminated the Bushwhackers (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ new found popularity) by DQ at 11:51. Fuji threw his cane into the ring for Smash to use but Butch Miller intercepted the weapon and took out both members of Demolition with it. Referee Dave Hebner caught Butch in the act and called for the disqualification.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "The King" Harley Race (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated the Big Bossman (w/ nightstick and handcuffs) via Count Out at 13:19. Nailz came down to ringside and got into a scuffle with the Bossman on the floor. Bossman got the better of the fight but was counted out in the process.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. Hulk Hogan pinned "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ a handful of C Notes and Virgil) at 14:38. Virgil tried to bash Hogan with the Million Dollar Belt but inadvertently KO'd Dibiase with it instead leading to the pinfall. Prior to the match, the Million Dollar Man offered Hogan a wad of cash to leave the ring and forfeit the match. The Hulkster leveled Dibiase with a haymaker instead and struck his signature muscle poses as the fans went wild.
ACOMPLITAN - Aug 29, 2012 - 07:51 AM
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Once Again Great Write Ups. Enjoy Reading These
GV - Aug 29, 2012 - 03:40 PM
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Thanks again, ACOMPLITAN ! It's a lot of fun to relive wrestling history through this game : )
GV - Aug 30, 2012 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 8/30/12
UWF Results 8/30/12 - Muskogee Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. Att: 5,192.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Carl Fergie & Ronnie West

1. Devastation Incorporated's Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) crushed Bobby Perez with a Running Corner Avalanche at 3:11.

2. Gustavo Mendoza upset Chief Jules Strongbow with a Roll Up from behind at 6:18 after Black Bart came down to ringside and distracted the Chief.

3. Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) got by Porkchop Cash at 5:48. Cash missed a corner charge and ran full steam into Lord Humongous' raised boot. Humongous secured the pin by holding the ropes for added leverage.

4. The Rock & Roll RPMs (Tommy Lane & "Maniac" Mike Davis w/ Downtown Bruno) defeated rookies Steve "Do It To it" Cox & Shane Douglas by DQ at 11:19. An overzealous Steve Cox Drop Kicked Tommy Lane over the top rope (an automatic DQ in the UWF Rule Book) and to the floor. Jim Ross noted in his commentary that the cagey veteran Mike Davis appeared to help the cause by pulling down on the top rope to help his partner go over.

5. "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ "The First Lady of Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) over Sam Houston via Count Out at 9:59. In OOR action, the devious Gilbert threw a fireball into Houston's face as Missy Hyatt distracted Referee Carl Fergie. The blinded Houston staggered around ringside clutching at his eyes as Fergie put the ten count on him. Magnum T.A. ran over from the announcer's table and threw a pitcher of ice water into Houston's face. Houston had to be assisted backstage by ring attendants.

6. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan defeated the Missing Link (w/ Dark Journey) at 9:49. With both men battling in the corner, Dark Journey tried to spray perfume into Hacksaw's eyes but inadvertently got the Missing Link instead. Duggan then cradled the blinded Link for the pinfall.

7. UWF Title Match. The Champion One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) turned back the challenge of Number One Contender Steve "Dr. Death" Williams at 12:13. During OOR action, Williams was Counted Out after he got into a scuffle with Akbar on the floor. Akbar was decked by a haymaker, but he managed to keep "Dr. Death" on the floor long enough for Referee Ronnie West to put the ten count on Williams.
everhat - Aug 30, 2012 - 08:07 PM
Post subject: RE: UWF Results 8/30/12
Really fun stuff!
GV - Aug 31, 2012 - 07:46 AM
Post subject: RE: UWF Results 8/30/12
Thank you, everhat ! I'm glad that you are enjoying the posts ! : )
GV - Aug 31, 2012 - 08:02 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 8/31/12
AWA (Circa Mid to Late 80's) Results 8/31/12 - Duluth Entertainment Center, Duluth, MN. Att: 6,471.

Announcers: Lee Marshall & "Ringside" Ralph Strangis
Ring Announcer: Donna Gagne
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Larry Lisowski

1. "California Kid" Tommy Jammer (w/ a dark tan and Beach Boys theme music) over Tony Leone by submission with an Abdominal Stretch at 2:04.

2. Soldad Ustinov (w/ Russian Flag & Teijo Khan) pinned Kent Carlson with a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes at 3:23.

3. Desiree Peterson surprised Leilani Kai with a Small Package at 9:11.

4. "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) upset "High Flyer" Greg Gagne via Count Out at 12:33. Somers rammed Gagne head-first into the ring post during OOR action (an automatic DQ in the AWA Rule Book) but Sherri Martel kept Referee Gary DeRusha distracted so that the infraction went undetected. Gagne was busted open and could not get back in the ring by DeRusha's ten count.

5. Baron Von Raschke pinned "Sheik" Jerry Blackwell (w/ "Sheik" Adnan El-Kaisee) with the Iron Claw Hold at 11:24. After the bout, El-Kaisee ran into the ring only to have the Baron apply the Iron Claw Hold to him as well.

6. The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal w/ "Precious" Paul Ellering) defeated the Fabulous Ones ("Sweet" Stan Lane & Steve Keirn) by Count Out at 14:11. Ellering constantly interferred and was chased back to the dressing room by Steve Keirn. Keirn, however, could not return in time to make Referee Larry Lisowski's ten count.

7. "Cool" Curt Hennig (w/ Madussa Micelli) beat Jerry "The King" Lawler at 17:21. With both men slugging it out on the floor, Hennig was barely able to roll himself back inside the ring in time to make Referee Gary DeRusha's ten count while Madussa held Lawler's foot to prevent him from doing the same.
GV - Sep 01, 2012 - 06:27 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 9/01/12
TNA Results 9/01/12 - Dalton Trade Center, Dalton, GA. Att: 3,983.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner & Andrew Thomas

1. X Division. Homicide (w/ Attorney Joseph Park, Esq.) over Sonjay Dutt at 8:10. Referee Andrew Thomas was completely intimidated by Attorney Park's presence at ringside. (Park is aggresively pursuing litigation against suspended TNA Referee Mike Posey for allegedly discriminating against his client Homicide because of his Latino heritage). Homicide used a handful of tights to pin Dutt. Thomas saw the infraction but counted the pin anyway.

2. Eric Young (w/ nagging wife ODB) defeated Gunner at 5:25. ODB constantly harrassed her hubby about taking her to KFC for fried chicken after the show but was unable to catch his attention. ODB pulled a flask from her blouse, took a swig, and tried to clock her husband with it but inadvertently KO'd Gunner instead. Surprised by his good fortune, Young pounced on Gunner for the pin. ODB quickly led Eric out of the arena by his ear. The couple were seen driving off in their beatup pickup truck.

3. Knockouts Championship Match. The Champ, Madison Rayne, dubiously defeated Number One Contender Miss Tessmacher via Count Out at 6:32. Madison choked out Tessmacher on the floor with an extension cord during OOR action. Referee Earl Hebner saw the blatant infraction, but rather than admonishing Madison and DQing her, he put a fast ten count on a stunned Miss Tessmacher instead. Madison Rayne retains the Title.

4. TV Title Tournament Match. Robbie E (w/ a lifetime supply of hair gel, bouncer Big Robbie T and girlfriend Cookie) defeated Orlando Jordan by DQ at 7:43. Cookie slid "The List, Bro" clipboard into the ring for Robbie E to use but Orlando Jordan saw it first and smashed it over Robbie's head. Referee Earl Hebner saw the incident and immediately disqualified Jordan.


Backstage Interview with Jeremy Borash and Matt Hardy.

Borash asks Hardy why he interferred in countless matches as the mysterious "Mr. Wrestling III". Hardy has a wild look in his eye. His hair is a mess and he clearly doesn't have all his paddles in the water. He gives no answer. Borash then asks him why he gave his own brother Jeff the Twist of Fate and cost him the TNA Championship to Jeff Jarrett. Matt explodes in a fit of rage. He corrects Borash and says that the move is called the "Twist of Hate" and storms off down a corridor.


5. Mexican America (Anarquia & Hernandez w/ Rosita, Sarita & Attorney Joseph Park, Esq.) over the Young Bucks (Max & Jeremy) at 9:20. With Max Buck pummeling him in the corner, a desperate Anarquia grabbed Attorney Park's briefcase and clobbered Max with it. Once again overly conscious of Park's presence at ringside, Referee Andrew Thomas was reluctant to call for the disqualification and instead counted the pin after Anarquia covered the KO'd Max.

6. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero beat "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels (w/ green Appletini Cocktail and Frankie Kazarian) at 10:39. Daniels was caught off guard conferring with Kazarian, spun around and laid out with a Double Knee Facebuster by the Pope for the winning pinfall.

7. "The It Factor" Bobby Roode (w/ mentor "Nature Boy" Ric Flair) defeated "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy in the Main Event at 13:01. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down in the action, the demented Matt Hardy ran in and gave his brother the "Twist of Hate". Roode followed that up with his own finisher The Payoff (Cradle Suplex) as Earl Hebner recovered to count the pin.
GV - Sep 02, 2012 - 06:30 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 9/02/12
WWF Wrestling Challenge Program (Circa Early to Mid 90's) Results 9/02/12 - Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN. Att: 9,460.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Rob Bartlett
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Tim White & Mike Chioda

1. Crush defeated hapless Duane Gill by submission with the Cranium Crunch (Head Vise) at 2:04.

2. Max Moon over "Double J" Jeff J-A-ha-ha-Double R-ha-ha-E-Double T-ha-ha (w/ guitar, blinking sunglasses, country and western theme music, the Fargo Strut and The Roadie) by DQ at 7:16. The Roadie was a menace at ringside in this match and did everything that he could to give Jarrett an edge. Referee Mike Chioda got fed up with the Roadie's shenanigans and sent him back to the dressing room. An irate Jeff Jarrett protested and pushed Chioda down to the mat to earn the disqualification.

3. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly defeated Doink the Clown (w/ evil carnival music) by DQ at 7:47. Doink KO'd Holly with a giant green feather of all things. (It turned out that there was a lead pipe behind it.) Referee Tim White was neither fooled nor amused and DQ'd the deranged clown. Doink then squirted the ref in the eyes with an unknown substance from the trick flower on his lapel. White clutched his eyes and writhed on the mat in agony as Doink had a laughing fit. Ring attendants rushed in with cold compresses and assisted White backstage. Mike Chioda will officiate the balance of the card.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) eliminated Men on a Mission (Mo & Mabel w/ rapping manager Oscar) at 12:32. The Quebecers scored the pinfall on Mabel with the Quebec Crash (Pierre Assisted Senton Splash off the top rope) after Johnny Polo reached in and tripped the big man bounding off the ropes.

5. Grudge Match. "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase selected Irwin R. Schyster from his stable of wrestlers to face Adam Bomb. (Adam Bomb had declined Dibiase's invitation to join the Million Dollar Corporation a few weeks ago on national TV). IRS pinned Adam Bomb with The Writeoff (Leaping Clothesline off the ropes) at 10:48.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "King of Harts" Owen Hart eliminated "The Native American" Tatanka via Count Out. In OOR action, Hart Drop Kicked Tatanka from behind and sent him crashing head-first into the ring post. The dazed Tatanka could not make the subsequent ten count.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel upset "HBK" Shawn Michaels at 18:52. Diesel tossed Michaels over the barricade railing and into the crowd during OOR action. HBK got tangled up in the spectators and could not free himself in time to make Referee Mike Chioda's ten count.
GV - Sep 03, 2012 - 06:13 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 9/03/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Late 70's) 9/03/12 - Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL. Att: 9,094.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Buddy Colt

1. Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) over El Rayo with The Thumb submission at 2:52.

2. "All-American" Bob Roop pinned Phil Mercado with his Shoulderbreaker finisher at 3:34.

3. Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) defeated Sweet Brown Sugar at 8:11. The devious Sonny King removed the padding from a turnbuckle while Pak Song distracted Referee Stu Schwartz. Song then smashed Sweet Brown Sugar's head into the exposed steel and scored the winning pinfall.

4. The Missouri Mauler over Jerry Brisco via Count Out at 12:15. This was a hard fought contest that could have easily gone either way. The end came when the Mauler sent Brisco crashing into the wooden ring steps during OOR action. Jerry could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Buddy Colt's ten count.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Assassins I & II eliminated the team of Steve Keirn & Mike Graham at 10:45. Assassin I with the Flying Hammerlock submission on Steve Keirn after Assassin II rammed Keirn's shoulder into the ring post.

6. The Spoiler defeated Jim Garvin in the Main Event via Count Out at 26:31. Spoiler II came down to ringside and Head Butted Garvin on the floor with a loaded mask. Jimmy was out like a light as Referee Stu Schwartz put the ten count on him.
GV - Sep 04, 2012 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 9/04/12
WCW/n.W.o. (Circa Mid to Late 90's) Monday Night Nitro Results 9/04/12 - Patriot Center, Fairfax, VA. Att: 9,930.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Mickey Jay & Charles Robinson

1. Glacier pinned "Big" Rick Fuller after reversing a chair shot to the noggin at 4:00.

2. Buff Bagwell needed both feet on the ropes for leverage to pin "Screamin" Norman Smiley at 5:05.

3. The Bluebloods ("Lord" Steven Regal & "Squire" David Taylor) over Los Villanos (Villano IV & V) at 5:13. Regal used a Hangman's Neckbreaker to pin Villano V.

4. Rey Mysterio Jr. & the n.W.o.'s Syxx (aka X-Pac) were both DQ'd in an OOR Brawl at 11:40.

5. Konnan over "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ the Insane Clown Posse) at 11:11. Vampiro thought he had the match won after a Leaping Spin Kick off the top rope but Konnan barely managed to get a shoulder up on Referee Charles Robinson's pin count. Konnan then rolled up the "Dark Angel" from behind while he celebrated prematurely.

6. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ Midajah) defeated Booker T at 15:33. This was easily the match of the night. The end came when Midajah caught Booker in the face with pepper spray while Steiner distracted Referee Mickey Jay. Big Poppa Pump then cradled his blinded opponent for the victory.

7. Goldberg over "The Total Package" Lex Luger (w/ Liz) in the Main Event at 12:28. It was a text book finish for Goldberg as he used the Spear to set up his Jackhammer finisher on "The Total Package" for the three count.
GV - Sep 05, 2012 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 9/05/12
WWWF (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 9/05/12 - Capital Centre, Landover, MD. Att: 12,627.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & "Superstar" Billy Graham
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Woehrle, Mario Savoldi & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. Chief Jay Strongbow went on the warpath with a series of tomahawk chops and running knee lifts before finishing off Gypsy Rodriguez with a Sleeper Hold at 5:52.

2. "Olympic Strongman" Ken Patera (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) over Frankie Williams with his Swinging Full Nelson Neckbreaker submission at 3:22.

3. Tor Kamata (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) crushed El Olympico with a Diving Splash off the 2nd rope at 8:17.

4. "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras defeated Hans Shroeder (w/ Captain Lou) at 9:13. The masked man brought the fans to their feet with a spectacular Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope to pin Shroeder.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Louis Cerdan & Tony Parisi advanced in the tournament by defeating "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe & "Dynamite" Jack Evans at 7:40. Cerdan got Evans to submit to his Figure Four Leglock for the victory. Sharpe ran in to make the save but was intercepted by Parisi and Drop Kicked out of the ring.

6. "Crazy" Luke Graham (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) over Dominic Denucci at 9:33. "Crazy" Luke bashed Denucci over the head with a chair while the Grand Wizard distracted Referee Mario Savoldi. Denucci was busted open and bleeding profusely. Savoldi examined the wound and stopped the match due to blood.

7. WWWF Title Tournament Match. Bruno Sammartino defeated Stan "The Man" Stasiak (w/ The Grand Wizard) at 16:44. Sammartino got Stasiak to submit to his Bear Hug to advance in the tournament.
ACOMPLITAN - Sep 05, 2012 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: RE: WWWF Results 9/05/12
Damn How Could You Not Love The Old WWWF Once Again Super Write Ups
GV - Sep 05, 2012 - 11:50 AM
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Thanks ACOMPLITAN ! Lots of great memories from when Vince Sr. was running the show : )
FrankC - Sep 05, 2012 - 12:17 PM
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The late 60's and 70's offered a lot of talent and excitement in the WWWF and other Feds. I liked the writeups in the paper. The NY News would list the results. The papers in Boston did too and the Boston Herald had a wrestling column.

The WWF of the 70's had two of the meanest tag teams. The Love Brothers, Reginald and Hartford, and The Valiants. At least the Valiants had a few legitimate moves but the Love Brothers were cheat, cheat and cheat again. The fans hated them but they were a lot of fun.

Keep up the nicw write-ups. It is like reading Pro Wrestling Illustrated again.
GV - Sep 06, 2012 - 07:50 AM
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Thank you, Frank ! My newspaper didn't print the results of the matches but they always advertised when a card was coming to town. The ad would look like a marquee poster and always be printed in the sports section with the promise "Great seats are still available !!" : )
GV - Sep 06, 2012 - 07:59 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 9/06/12
WCW (Circa Early 90's) 9/06/12 - The Omni, Atlanta, GA. Att: 8,707.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Scott Dickinson

1. "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ Guitar) surprised Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker of the State Patrol with a Small Package at 1:23.

2. "Dangerous" Dan Spivey pinned the Italian Stallion with a Powerbomb at 7:25.

3. TV Tournament Match. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ help from his Southern Belle Miss Blossom) eliminated lumberjack Big Josh (w/ Axe Handle) at 6:19. With Josh dominating the match, Miss Blossom climbed up to the apron in a rather short skirt and bent over giving the lumberjack an eyeful. Austin took advantage of the moment and rolled Josh up from behind for the pinfall to advance in the tournament. Missy Hyatt called Blossom "a floozy" and insisted that she was the more attractive of the two.

4. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) at 10:02. As usual, Zbyszko did more stalling and complaining than actual wrestling in this match. Larry got into it with Referee Scott Dickinson and was caught from behind with a School Boy Roll Up by "The Natural" for the pin. Paul E. Dangerously then ran into the ring and made a collect call by bashing Dustin in the head with his phone. This brought out proud papa Dusty Rhodes from the back who cleaned house with Bionic Elbows to both Dangerously and Zbyszko.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) eliminated The Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) at 10:56. Armstrong took a trip to Nastyville as he was pinned with the Knobbs Running Powerslam/Saggs Diving Elbow Drop Combo.

6. U.S. Title Tournament Match. The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) advanced in the tournament by defeating Flyin' Brian Pillman at 12:17. Muta sprayed Pillman in the eyes with the mysterious green mist and then cradled his blinded opponent for the winning pinfall.

7. WCW Title Tournament Match. "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham eliminated "Nature Boy" Ric Flair by DQ at 30:11. Windham pulled out all the stops and shocked the Nature Boy by slapping on the Blackjack Claw Hold. Flair desperately flailed away as he tried to escape the hold and socked Referee Scott Dickinson in the jaw in the process. Whether the punch was intentional or not, Dickinson called for the bell and DQ'd Flair.
GV - Sep 07, 2012 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 9/07/12
WCCW Results 9/07/12 - Reliant Arena, Houston, TX. Att: 8,049.

Announcers: Dan Coats & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Rick Hazzard & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas pinned Thor after a Military Press Slam followed by a Splash at 3:06.

2. Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) over Spike Huber at 5:42. Nicola smashed Spike over the head with his own hard hat while Jake kept Referee Ralph Pulley distracted. The woozy Spike stumbled right into the Snake's DDT for the pinfall.

3. TV Tournament Match. "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ ominous chain) eliminated "Master G" George Wells (w/ football background) at 6:14. With Referee Rick Hazzard down on the canvas, Brooks clotheslined Wells with his chain and then finished him off with a Leg Drop off the 2nd rope. Hazzard recovered in time to count the pin.

4. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) over Brian Adidas via Count Out at 10:37. Adidas was chasing the pesty Cornette around ringside when he was blindsided by a flying knee smash from behind by Oliver. Adidas crashed head-first into the steel barricade railing and could not make the subsequent ten count.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Nicola Robert's Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gorgeous Gino Hernandez ousted the Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) at 9:36. Steve Simpson was distracted by Nicola's constant heckling from outside the ring and walked right into Adams' Superkick for the pinfall.

6. Kevin Von Erich defeated Crusher Yurkoff (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 11:21. With Referee Rick Hazzard knocked down in the action, Yurkoff held Von Erich from behind for a Gary Hart cheap shot. Hart removed a shoe and tried to clobber Von Erich in the head with it but Kevin ducked at the last second and Hart inadvertently hit Yurkoff instead. Von Erich made the cover as Hazzard crawled over to count the pin.

7. Texas Title Tournament Match. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) defeated Iceman King Parsons via Count Out at 14:18. The Iceman got into it with Precious outside the ring and completely lost track of Referee Ralph Pulley's ten count. Garvin advances to the finals to face the winner of the upcoming Rick Rude/Dingo Warrior bout.
GV - Sep 08, 2012 - 06:19 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 9/08/12
UWF 9/08/12 - St. Bernard Cultural Center, Chalmette, LA. Att: 3,150.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Alfred Neely

1. "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan took care of Mike "Hammer" Reed with his Piledriver at 3:04. After the bout, Sweetan got into a shoving match with "Timekeeper" Mike George who had joined the announcer's table to provide guest commentary for the bout. During the broadcast, George had boasted to Jim Ross and "Cowboy" Bill Watts that he could defeat Sweetan in "eight minutes or less".

2. "The Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ General Skandor Akbar & handler Friday) crushed Art Crews with his Giant Splash at 8:23. Kamala refused to get off Crews until Friday entered the ring and struck him repeatedly with his tamer stick. The Ugandan Giant howled and slapped his belly as he was led backstage.

3. "Timekeeper" Mike George defeated Brickhouse Brown via Count Out at 6:08. During OOR action, George smashed Brown in the head with a clock that he had brought to ringside. The dazed Brown could not make Referee Tommy Gilbert's ten count. Prior to the match, George had predicted that he would defeat Brickhouse in 5 minutes. As George was arguing with Boyd Pierce over the time of the match, he was spun around and decked by "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan who had returned to ringside.

4. The Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Sir Jonathan Boyd and New Zealand Flag) over the Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr. & "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) at 11:45. The Sheepherders combined for a Double Gutbuster on Mosca as Sir Jonathan Boyd distracted Referee Alfred Neely. Neely turned around to find Miller covering Mosca and counted the pin.

5. TV Title Match. The Champ, "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt and "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert) turned back the challenge of Savannah Jack at 10:28. Eddie Gilbert reached into the ring and tripped Savannah as he was coming off the ropes. Landel then finished off the challenger with a crushing Corkscrew Elbow Drop for the pin. Buddy Landel retains the TV Title.

6. Austin Idol defeated "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ Dark Journey) at 12:22. Dark Journey tried to throw a cup of beer into Austin Idol's face but inadvertently got her own man Dick Slater instead. Idol quickly cradled the surprised and doused Slater for the pinfall.

7. 6 Man Tag Match. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes, Buddy Jack Roberts & Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy over "Bullet" Bob Armstrong, Brad Armstrong and "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner at 10:15. Referee Alfred Neely lost all control of this match and struggled to maintain any semblance of order. With all 6 men battling in the ring, Gordy gave Brad Armstrong the Bam Bam Slam (Powerslam off the 2nd Rope) as Neely was sending Tim Hoerner back to his corner. Neely turned around and counted the pin for Gordy even though he was not the legal man in the ring for the Freebirds.
GV - Sep 09, 2012 - 07:07 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 9/09/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling 9/09/12 - Oman Arena, Jackson, TN. Att: 5,021.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Mark Curtis & Ron Sexton

"Down and Dirty with Dutch" Segment

Dutch Mantel interviews Pat Rose. Rose says that the feud with the Rich Cousins isn't over by a long shot. The Rose Cousins have brought "Filthy" Phil Hickerson to Smokey Mountain to take care of Tommy "Wildfire" Rich in the Main Event tonight. Rose says that like "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey, Hickerson's lineage can be traced directly to the Rose family. Rose begins rattling off the generations of Roses and Hickersons dating all the way back to the 1800s.

1. Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster over Hector Guerrero via Count Out at 5:11. Hector got into an altercation with Pat Rose who was still being interviewed by Dutch Mantel at ringside. The two traded punches on the floor as Referee Mark Curtis put the ten count on Guerrero.

2. "Jumping" Joey Maggs defeated Pat Rose (w/ cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose) at 6:47. With Referee Ron Sexton down on the mat, Randy Rose attempted to bash Maggs with a chair but was pushed from behind by Hector Guerrero who had returned to ringside. Randy was knocked off balance and ended up KOing his cousin Pat with the chair instead. Maggs scored the pinfall as Sexton recovered to make the three count.

3. Former mob hit man Killer Kyle (w/ violin case) pinned Ric McCord with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) at 5:54. After the bout, Kyle snatched the house mic away from Phil Raney and said that anyone who gets in his way will "sleep with the fishes".

4. TV Tournament Match. "Hollywood" Bob Holly eliminated "The Original Country Boy" Cousin Roscoe Junior by Count Out at 11:46. During OOR action, Holly grabbed a bottle of pop from a fan at ringside and smashed it over Cousin Junior's head. Junior was out like a light as Referee Mark Curtis put the ten count on him.

5. "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Jimmy Golden & Miss Sylvia) defeated Jerry Oates via Count Out at 10:21. Oates got into it with Miss Sylvia OOR and was ambushed from behind by Jimmy Golden while Robert Fuller kept Referee Ron Sexton distracted. Golden KO'd Oates with the timekeeper's bell to cause the count out.

6. Tag Team Tournament Match. Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart's Nightmares (Danny Davis & Ken Wayne) eliminated the Fantastics (Bobby & Jackie Fulton) at 10:18. Jimmy Hart climbed up to the apron and caught a haymaker from Bobby Fulton for his trouble, but the distraction was just what Danny Davis needed to roll up Fulton from behind for the winning pinfall.

7. SMW Title Tournament Match. "Filthy" Phil Hickerson (w/ "Ravishing" Randy & Pat Rose) eliminated Tommy "Wildfire" Rich by Count Out at 11:11. With Referee Ron Sexton knocked down in the action, Hickerson tossed Wildfire over the top rope and OOR where the Rose Cousins were waiting. Pat & Randy Rose gave Rich a Double Hotshot onto the steel barricade railing. Tommy clutched his throat and writhed on the floor in agony as Sexton recovered to put the ten count on him.
GV - Sep 10, 2012 - 07:58 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 9/10/12
TNA Results 9/10/12 - Raleigh Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC. Att: 3,611.

Announcers: Jeremy Borash & Don West
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Brian Hebner & Bruce Gray

1. X Division. The Amazing Red defeated Zema Ion with the Red Eye (Leaping Tornado DDT off the top rope) at 5:14. Zema Ion's chances for victory were severely hampered when the Amazing Red blocked a pre-match sneak attack and clocked Ion with his own can of hairspray.

2. The demented Matt Hardy beat Jason Cross with the Twist of Hate at 3:28.

3. Knockouts Division. The team of "Hardcore Country" Mickie James and Velvet Skye defeated Mexican America (Rosita & Sarita w/ Anarquia, Hernandez & Attorney Joseph Park, Esq.) at 6:41. Anarquia tossed Attorney Park's briefcase into the ring for Rosita to use but Velvet Skye saw it first and gave Rosita the Beauty-T (DDT) on top of it for the pinfall.

4. "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian defeated The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) at 11:06. Kaz with the Flux Capacitor (Belly to Belly Suplex off the top rope) on Douglas for the winning pinfall.

5. TV Tournament Match. Devon eliminated Crimson at 12:16. Crimson got into it with Referee Brian Hebner for an alleged slow count after a huge Spear off the ropes. Devon took advantage of the moment with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind on the distracted Crimson for the pin to advance.

6. "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles defeated Bully Ray in the Main Event with the Styles Clash at 12:30 after Bully managed to kick out of the Spiral Tap (Corkscrew Senton Splash off the top rope) moments earlier.
GV - Sep 11, 2012 - 07:44 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 9/11/12
WCW/n.W.o. (Circa Mid to Late 90's) Monday Night Nitro Results 9/11/12 - CSU Convocation Center, Cleveland, OH. Att: 13,220.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Mark "Slick" Johnson & Charles Robinson

1. The KISS Demon (Dale Torborg) defeated Prince Iaukea with the Love Gun (Cobra Clutch Slam) at 5:20.

2. The Badlanders (David Flair & Crowbar w/ Daffney Unger) over Los Fabulosos (Luchadors El Dandy & Silver King) at 3:10. Crowbar with the Mindbender (Sitout Inverted Suplex) on El Dandy for the pin.

3. "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera beat Disco Inferno (w/ The Mamalukes) at 6:03. Big Vito tried to bash Juvy with a blackjack but inadvertently hit Disco with it instead leading to the pinfall.

4. Kronik (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) defeated the West Hollywood Blondes (Lenny Lane & Lodi) via Count Out at 6:51. During OOR action, Kronik gave Lodi the High Times (Double Chokeslam) on the floor. Referee Slick Johnson could have counted to a hundred.

5. "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero over "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ Head of Security Ralphus) at 12:04. There was a lot of heat in this bout due to derogatory comments that Jericho had made in a prematch interview with "Mean" Gene Okerlund. Jericho did a lot of running and stalling to avoid the enraged Guerrero. At one point Jericho hid behind Referee Charles Robinson and begged the ref for help. The dim-witted Ralphus reached into the ring and tried to lend a hand but accidently tripped Jericho in the process. Guerrero then finished off "Lionheart" with the Frog Splash off the top rope for the pinfall.

6. "Crippler" Chris Benoit defeated Bam Bam Bigelow with the Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope at 10:15 after Bigelow had missed the same manueuver moments earlier.

7. WCW Title Match. The Champ, Sting, turned back the challenger Diamond Dallas Page by DQ at 13:28. DDP became frustrated after the Stinger somehow managed to kick out after his Diamond Cutter finisher. Page grabbed the WCW Championship Belt and bashed Sting in the head with it to draw the disqualification. Sting retains the Title.
GV - Sep 12, 2012 - 06:29 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 9/12/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 9/12/12 - United Center, Chicago, IL. Att: 14,818.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: John Benello & Nick Kozak

1. Zeus (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over "Super" Mario Mancini by submission with a Bear Hug at 2:48.

2. Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim) pinned Bob "The Cat" Bradley after a Corner Avalanche at 7:27.

3. "The Model" Rick Martel (w/ "Arrogance" cologne) got Salvatore Bellomo to tap out to his Quebec Crab at 6:47.

4. "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich pinned Skinner with a High Flying Cross Body Press at 9:00.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Super Powers (The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) eliminated the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) at 8:41. The Iron Sheik pinned B. Brian Blair with a handful of tights after Volkoff tripped Blair bounding off the ropes. Volkoff got revenge on the Killer Bees after they Drop Kicked him as he was attempting to sing the Russian National Anthem prior to the match.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig eliminated Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake at 11:01. Heenan hit Brutus from behind with his own barber's shears while Mr. Perfect kept Referee Nick Kozak distracted. Hennig then made the cover on the KO'd Beefcake as Kozak counted the pin.

7. In the Main Event, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. at 14:29. Snuka brought the crowd to their feet with the Superfly Splash off the top rope to pin Orton.
GV - Sep 13, 2012 - 07:53 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 9/13/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 9/13/12 - Iowa Vets Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA. Att: 12,803.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Robert Warren & Gary DeRusha

1. "The Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski made quick work of Dennis Stamp by pinning the veteran from Amarillo, Texas with a Diving Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope at 1:36.

2. Rockin' Robin over the Magnificent Mimi with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes at 6:54.

3. The Lumberjacks from the Great North Woods ("Yukon" John Nord & Scott "Flapjack" Norton) defeated the Alaskans (Rick Renslow & David Wagner) at 5:15. Nord with a huge Running Leg Drop on Wagner after criss-crossing the ring several times for the winning pinfall.

4. Steel Cage Match. "Sensei" Pat Tanaka defeated his former Badd Company tag team partner Paul "Hard Rock" Diamond at 12:47. A lot of bad blood between these two since they parted ways several weeks ago. With Diamond dominating the match, Diamond Dallas Page ran down to ringside and slipped a chunk of pipe through the cage to the bloody and battered Tanaka. Tanaka KO'd Diamond with a loaded punch and climbed out to victory. Page had to assist Tanaka backstage. DDP had vowed to remain neutral in this feud but this is the second time that he has interferred to help Tanaka win.

5. "Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) over David Sammartino at 12:11. Sherri Martel sprayed David in the eyes with perfume while Buddy Rose distracted Referee Robert Warren. Rose then cradled the blinded Sammartino for the pin. Prior to the match, Ring Announcer Larry Nelson grudgingly introduced Rose as weighing "a svelte 217 lbs".

6. Nick Bockwinkle pinned "Olympian" Brad Rheingans at 11:04. Brad missed a corner charge and ran full steam into the ring post. The wily veteran Bockwinkle then rolled him up from behind with a handful of tights for the pinfall.

7. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Go the Ninja) over Chief Wahoo McDaniel in the Main Event via Count Out at 7:38. Go was a nuisance at ringside and got in several cheap shots as motor-mouth Zbyszko kept Referee Gary DeRusha occupied with his constant complaining. The Chief's temper got the better of him as he left the ring to brawl with the Ninja on the floor and was counted out by DeRusha.
GV - Sep 14, 2012 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 9/14/12
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 9/14/12 - Ice World, Totowa, NJ. Att: 2,879.

Announcer: Vince McMahon
Ring Announcer: Jimmy Lennon
Referees: Terry Yorkston & John Stanley

1. The popular Hawaiian Dean Ho over Rocky Tamayo by submission with a Full Nelson at 5:43.

2. "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd (w/ taped thumb and The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) pinned Johnny Rivera after a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes at 6:41.

3. Barefoot "Country Boy" Haystacks Calhoun (w/ lucky horseshoe) crushed Tank Patton with a sit down Splash at 5:11.

4. "Irish" Pat Barrett defeated "Butcher" Paul Vachon at 9:32. With Referee John Stanley knocked down in the action, the big Butcher removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle but Pat Barrett was able to reverse the subsequent head smash to the exposed steel. Vachon went down for the three count as John Stanley recovered to count the pin.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The team of Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf eliminated Baron Mikel Scicluna & the Golden Terror. Strongbow went into a War Dance and leveled the Golden Terror with a Tomahawk Chop off the ropes for the winning pinfall.

6. Waldo Von Erich (w/ German Helmet and "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) over Gorilla Monsoon by DQ at 15:51. Von Erich used every dirty trick in the book and busted Gorilla open with his helmet while Blassie kept Referee Terry Yorkston occupied. The bloodied Monsoon could take no more and pummeled Von Erich in the corner despite Terry Yorkston's repeated warnings and five count to break clean. The fans littered the ring with debris when Jimmy Lennon announced that Yorkston had disqualified Monsoon.

7. WWWF Tournament Match. "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ purple tie-dye tights and The Grand Wizard) over "Polish Power" Ivan Putski at 14:45. The Grand Wizard was a nuisance and constant distraction for Putski at ringside. The annoyed Putski grabbed the diminutive manager by his suit lapels and hoisted him up to the apron but was rolled up by Graham from behind for the pinfall.
GV - Sep 15, 2012 - 07:00 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 9/15/12
Championship Wrestling From Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 9/15/12 - Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Att: 7,255.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Frenchy Bernard

1. "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas and Thor the Viking (w/ Sonny King) were both DQ'd in a wild brawl that took both competitors back to the locker room at 6:07.

2. Mike Graham over Ali Bey by submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 7:33.

3. Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Jerry Brisco with a handful of tights at 9:47 after Humperdink reached into the ring and tripped Brisco as he was attempting to Verticle Suplex Stanke.

4. Florida Tag Team Tournament Match. The teams of Tiger Conway Jr. & Sweet Brown Sugar and King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw.

5. The bout between Bugsy McGraw (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) and "All-American" Bob Roop was declared a No Contest at 8:32 after Referee Bill Alphonso was sandwiched in between the two and KO'd in the action.

6. Jack Brisco and Killer Karl Kox (w/ Lars Anderson) were both DQ'd by Referee Frenchy Bernard at 13:43 after both men took turns bashing one another with a folding chair that Lars Anderson had slid into the ring. Anderson immediately joined the fray and assisted Kox in giving Brisco a Spiked Piledriver onto the chair. Mike Graham and Jerry Brisco ran into the ring to make the save but the damage had already been done.
GV - Sep 16, 2012 - 06:11 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 9/16/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 9/16/12 - Macon Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 9,012.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Billy Silverman

1. "The Rapmaster" P.N. News and Snake Watson were DQ'd at 5:13 after both men pushed Referee Randy Anderson down to the mat and traded haymakers in the ring.

2. Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) mauled Tim "Powerhouse" Parker before finishing him off with a huge Powerbomb at 2:41. Parker had to be carried backstage for medical attention after the bout.

3. "The Z Man" Tom Zenk (w/ Johnny Gunn) defeated Scotty Flamingo (w/ J.T. Southern). Zenk survived a pre-match sneak attack by Flamingo and won with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 9:04.

4. The teams of Marcus Alexander Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio and Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) were both Counted Out at 7:40 as all four men battled around ringside and into the crowd.

5. TV Tournament Match. Johnny B. Badd over "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 8:32. Referee Billy Silverman caught Zbyszko bashing Johnny in the head with Dangerously's phone and immediately signaled for the disqualification.

6. U.S. Title Tournament Match. "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner (w/ brother Scott) eliminated El Gigante with a Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 10:30.

7. WCW Title Tournament Match. "The Total Package" Lex Luger over Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat via Count Out at 16:21. "Ravishing" Rick Rude, who was eliminated from the tournament by Steamboat last week, came down to ringside and baited "The Dragon" into a confrontation on the floor. Steamboat got the better of the fight but was counted out by Referee Randy Anderson in the process.
GV - Sep 17, 2012 - 06:36 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 9/17/12
UWF Results 9/17/12 - Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO. Att: 10,291.

Announcers: Boyd Pierce & Frank Dusek
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Johnny Martinez

1. "Hollywood" John Tatum (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) pinned Jeff "Rattlesnake" Raitz with a handful of tights at 3:30.

2. "Gorgeous" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) over the Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) via Count Out at 9:01. Bruno threw a handful of powder into the Angel's eyes during OOR action. The Angel could not find his way back inside the ring in time to make Referee Tommy Gilbert's ten count.

3. "Fabulous Freebird" Buddy Jack Roberts (w/ fellow Freebird Michael P.S. Hayes) defeated "Jumping" Joe Savoldi (w/ Jersey Boy teammate Angelo Mosca Jr.) with a Bulldog at 6:38.

4. The Sawyers ("Mad Dog" Buzz & brother Brett) beat the Russian Bears (Kortsia Korchenko & Vladimir Petrov w/ Downtown Bruno) at 8:35. Buzz caught Petrov with his Flying Powerslam off the ropes for the winning pinfall.

5. The grudge match between Black Bart and Chief Jules Strongbow never took place. Strongbow attacked Black Bart during a pre-match interview after Bart insulted the Chief's Indian heritage. Bart claimed that Strongbow is a descendant of the Hacowie Tribe made famous by the 60's sitcom "F - Troop". The Chief went on the warpath and bashed Bart over the head with a folding chair.

6. Iceman King Parsons over "The Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) at 12:46. Parsons caught Cornette up on the apron and gave him and Rogers a Noggin Knocker. The Iceman then finished off Big Bubba with his Rumper Stumper (Butt Bump) off the ropes for the pinfall.

7. Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) defeated "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan in the Main Event at 13:42. Duggan was in his 3-Point Stance and ready to explode on Lord Humongous but was tripped by Bruno as he sprang forward. Duggan stumbled right into Humongous' devastating Powerbomb finisher for the win.

Announced for next week's card - Indian Strap Match - Chief Jules Strongbow vs. Black Bart.
GV - Sep 18, 2012 - 06:40 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 9/18/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 9/18/12 - Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, MS. Att: 6,774.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Miss Hancock (Stacy Keibler)
Referees: Mickey Jay & Johnny Boone

1. Buff Bagwell over "The Chairman of WCW" La Parka via Count Out at 3:35. During OOR action, Bagwell sent La Parka crashing into the TV crew with a wicked chairshot. The luchador became entangled in the wires and cords and could not free himself in time to make Referee Mickey Jay's ten count.

2. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ red martial arts slippers and Sonny Onoo) beat Ultimo Dragon at 7:33. Onoo smashed Ultimo Dragon from behind with his briefcase while Ernest Miller kept Referee Johnny Boone occupied. Miller then pounced on the KO'd Dragon for the easy pin.

3. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) at 7:13. Morrus was distracted by a scantily clad Torrie Wilson at ringside who bent over and gave "The Laughing Man" an eyeful. Kidman capitalized on the moment and cradled Morrus in a Small Package for the pin.

4. Hardcore Match. Big Vito (w/ Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli) over Brian Knobbs (w/ "Belfast Bruiser" Fit Finlay) at 9:04. The ring was littered with various objects and weapons, but Vito chose his own personal blackjack to KO Knobbs for the pinfall.

5. "The Iceman" Dean Malenko got Raven to tap out to his Texas Cloverleaf at 13:03 after a hard fought, see-saw contest.

6. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray w/ Sister Sherri) over the n.W.o.'s Outsiders (Scott Hall & "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash) by DQ at 11:51. Hall zapped Booker T with his taser stick after Booker connected with the Harlem Side Kick on Nash's jaw. Referee Mickey Jay quickly called for the disqualification and fled the ring as Hall threatened to zap him as well.

7. Michael "Let's Get Ready To Rumble" Buffer did the honors of introducing the Main Event. "Macho Madness" Randy Savage (w/ an entourage of women including Madusa Micelli, Gorgeous George and "Miss Madness" Molly Holly) defeated "Rowdy" Roddy Piper at 13:10. The girls constantly heckled and badgered Piper throughout the contest. Piper's temper finally got the better of him and he got into a heated exchange with Gorgeous George who had climbed up to the ring apron. Savage blindsided "Rowdy" Roddy with a high flying knee smash to the back and then rolled up Piper with a handful of tights for the winning pinfall.
GV - Sep 19, 2012 - 06:28 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 9/19/12
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 9/19/12 - Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY. Att: 5,790.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Dave Hebner & Tim White

1. Dean Douglas defeated Scott Taylor with the Final Exam (Fisherman's Buster) at 5:15. (Taylor took his lumps here but he would eventually go on to become Scotty 2 Hotty.)

2. The Avatar pinned Bob Cook with an Inside Cradle at 2:15. Dean Douglas stayed at ringside to critique the Avatar's performance. He was not impressed with the victory and gave Avatar a grade of "C - ". The two briefly got into a shoving match until WWF officials stepped in and separated the combatants. Things calmed down some until Douglas blind-sided Avatar with "The Board of Education". (Note - Avatar is a young Al Snow : )

3. Hakushi (w/ Shinja) over Savio Vega at 7:44. Shinja reached into the ring and tripped Vega as Hakushi distracted Referee Tim White. Hakushi then finished off his prone opponent with a Diving Senton Splash off the top rope.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. The 1-2-3 Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly upset the Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) at 9:04. Pierre grabbed his manager's polo mallet and tried to bash the 1-2-3 Kid with it but inadvertently hit his own partner Jacques instead leading to the winning pinfall.

5. Adam Bomb over Dr. Isaac Yankem, DDS by DQ at 11:45. Jerry Lawler left the announcers' table to come to his dentist's assistance after Adam Bomb leveled Yankem with his Neutron Bomb finisher (Diving Clothesline off the top rope). Lawler ran into the ring to break up the subsequent pin attempt as Referee Tim White called for the disqualification. (Hope you're feeling better, "King" !!!! : )

6. Intercontinental Title Tournament Match. Crush over "Double J" Jeff Jarrett (w/ blinking sunglasses, the Fargo Strut and the Roadie) by DQ at 10:37. Crush had "Double J" caught in the Cranium Crunch (Head Vice) when the Roadie ran in and bashed him from behind with Ring Announcer Manny Garcia's microphone. The Roadie then tossed Referee Dave Hebner out of the ring as Jarrett applied his Figure Four Leglock to Crush for several minutes until the 1-2-3 Kid and Bob Holly made the save. Crush advances in the tournament but was noticably limping afterwards.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. Psycho Sid eliminated "Made in the USA" Lex Luger at 14:27. With Referee Tim White knocked down in the action, "HBK" Shawn Michaels came out of no where and laid out Luger in the ring with a vicious chair shot from behind. Tim White recovered to count the pin for Sid. Michaels has been trying to recruit Sid to be his new bodyguard ever since "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel walked out on him.
GV - Sep 20, 2012 - 06:38 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 9/20/12
TNA "No Surrender" Pay-Per-View Results 9/20/12 - Summit Arena, Hot Springs, AR. Att: 6,009.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner, Brian Stiffler & Andrew Thomas

1. Knockouts Championship Match. Champion Madison Rayne (w/ BFF Gail Kim) over challenger Velvet Skye by DQ at 5:00. As Madison flirted with Referee Earl Hebner in the ring, Gail Kim tried to bash Velvet with the Knockouts Championship Belt but missed and blind-sided Hebner with it instead. Velvet then laid out Madison with her In Yo' Face finisher (Sit Out Double Underhook Facebuster) and showboated with the championship belt for the fans. Earl Hebner finally came to and saw Velvet holding the Knockouts belt. He assumed that she was the one who hit him with it and called for the disqualification.

2. The TV Tournament Match between "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero and Robbie E was ruled a No Contest by Referee Brian Stiffler when bodyguard Big Robbie T brutally attacked the Pope before the bell. Dinero was unable to compete after the assault.

3. X Division Title Match. Champion Austin Aries over Number One contender Kid Ka$h (w/ Gunner) by DQ at 7:41. Aries appeared to have the match won after hitting his Brainbuster finisher on Kid Ka$h. Gunner thought so as well and ran into the ring to break up the subsequent pin attempt. Referee Andrew Thomas immediately called for the bell.

4. Tag Team Title Match. The Champion British Invasion (Doug Williams & Magnus) turned back the challengers "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian at 7:12. The Brits combined for their double team finisher (Magnus' Elevated Bear Hug & Williams' Diving Corkscrew European Uppercut off the top rope) on Kaz for the winning pin to retain the belts.

5. "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe defeated TNA newcomer Chavo Guerrero Jr. at 13:18. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down in the action, Chavo appeared to be on his way to victory after hitting the Frog Splash off the top rope, but Homicide came down to ringside with his lawyer Attorney Joseph Park, Esq. and invited Guerrero to join the Mexican America stable. Chavo declined the offer and told Homicide to get out of the ring. Homicide obliged (after first KOing Guerrero from behind with Park's briefcase and laying Samoa Joe's arm across Chavo's chest). A woozy Earl Hebner crawled over and counted the pin. Hernandez ran down to ringside and confronted Homicide about his actions. The two came to blows and had to be separated by Anarquia. There seems to be dissension in the ranks of team Mexican America.

6. Sibling Rivalry Grudge Match. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy got a measure of revenge on his demented brother Matt Hardy by defeating him at 12:44. In a twist of fate (if you'll pardon the pun), Matt tried to defeat Jeff with the Swanton Bomb but Jeff was able to roll out of the away at the last second. Jeff then hit the "Twist of Hate" on Matt for the pinfall.

7. TNA World Title Match. The Champ, "King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett (w/ trusty acoustic guitar) pinned Number One Contender "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles at 12:09. Jarrett's title was in jeopardy after the Champ sustaining the Styles Clash from the challenger, but Referee Andrew Thomas was knocked down in the process and unable to count the pin. As Styles tried to help the ref get back to his feet, Jarrett struck from behind with the El Kabong guitar shot over A.J.'s head. Thomas recovered to count the pin. Jeff Jarrett retains the TNA Title.
GV - Sep 21, 2012 - 06:45 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 9/21/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 9/21/12. ESPN telecast from the Showboat Sports Pavillion in Las Vegas, NV. Att: 5,316.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Marty Miller & Gary DeRusha

1. D.J. Peterson over Tom "Rocky" Stone by submission with the Sharpshooter Leglock at 4:06.

2. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal pinned fan favorite Jake "The Milkman" Milliman with a Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope at 5:38.

3. TV Title Match. Champion Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) and challenger "California Kid" Tommy Jammer (w/ Beach Boys entrance music) wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw. Jammer had the Champ in an Abdominal Stretch as time expired.

4. Big Scott Hall over Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) at 8:42. This was a brutal match. With Referee Gary DeRusha knocked down in the action, Creatchman threw a chair in the ring for Duncum to use but Hall got his hands on it first and laid out the big cowboy with a vicious chair shot. Duncum was busted open and bled profusely. Gary DeRusha stopped the match due to blood. Duncum was furious with the ref's decision and threw DeRusha out of the ring.

5. The Cobra Corps. ("High Flyer" Greg Gagne & "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter) defeated the team of "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly & "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 8:56. Slaughter with the Cobra Clutch on Kelly for the submission victory. Kiniski tried to make the save but was intercepted by a Flying Drop Kick to the mush by Gagne.

6. Ray "The Crippler" Stevens (w/ Nick Bockwinkel) over Billy Robinson at 13:19. Bockwinkel reached into the ring and pulled Robinson's leg out from under him as he was attempting to Suplex Stevens. The Crippler fell on top for the winning pinfall. The loss ended Robinson's undefeated streak in the AWA.

7. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen beat Otto Wanz by Count Out at 11:08. Hansen whipped Big Otto into the steel barricade railing which promptly collapsed on top of him during OOR action. Wanz was unable to make Referee Marty Miller's ten count. Hansen wrestled the entire match in his cowboy vest and chaps. After the match Hansen bolted from the ring and startled several slot machine players by running throughout the Showboat casino ringing his cowbell. The security staff could not subdue him.
GV - Sep 22, 2012 - 06:28 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 9/22/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 9/22/12 - Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC. Att: 5,351.

Announcers: Jess McGrath & Ed Capral
Ring Announcer: Billy Powell
Referees: Henry Van Loom & Mark Curtis

1. Norvell Austin pinned Tommy Angel with a Flying Head Dive at 5:02.

2. Johnny "Crash" Rich over "Wild" Bill Ash at 4:03. "Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey came down to ringside to try and assist Bill Ash but ended up costing him the match. Ash held Johnny Rich from behind for a Condrey sucker punch, but Johnny was able to duck at the last second and Ash took the haymaker on the chops instead leading to the pinfall.

3. The Kansas Jayhawks ("Dirty" Dutch Mantel & "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) defeated Ricky and Robert Gibson at 6:18. The Jayhawks combined for a dirty double team on Rick Gibson behind Referee Henry Van Loom's back. Mantel then held Gibson's foot to prevent him from kicking out as Jaggers made the pin.

4. TV Tournament Match. Billy Joe Travis eliminated the Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl Kimberly) via Count Out at 11:26. Travis reversed a chair shot on the Dirty White Boy during OOR action. Referee Mark Curtis put the ten count on the KO'd DWB as Travis advanced to the Finals of the tournament.

5. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry over "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ "Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey) at 10:25. Condrey was held at bay by Johnny "Crash" Rich who came down to ringside to even the odds. Without Condrey's interference, Embry was able to catch Rose coming off the ropes with a Flying Clothesline for the pinfall.

6. The Tag Team Tournament Match between the Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden) and Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard & "Sweet" Stan Lane) never took place. Cornette had his team jump Jimmy Golden from behind backstage. Robert Fuller found Golden laid out and busted open with a broken tennis racket beside his head.

7. SWM Title Tournament Match. "Superstar" Bill Dundee eliminated "Dr. D" David Schultz at 13:33. The wily veteran Dundee surprised Schultz with a Backslide for the winning pinfall.
GV - Sep 23, 2012 - 06:20 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 9/23/12
WCCW Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 9/23/12 - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 4,975.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: David Manning & Bronco Lubich

1. The Mighty Zulu Warrior over El Gran Diablo by submission with a Bear Hug at 4:40.

2. Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb, green mist and "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated Sean Cody with his Asiatic Spike (Thumb to throat) at 2:23.

3. "Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) over Jose Lothario by submission with a Spinning Toe Hold at 10:11.

4. TV Tournament Match. Al Madril eliminated "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) via Count Out at 9:45 after Madril smashed a garbage can over Casey's back during OOR action.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) and the Pretty Young Things (Koko B. Ware & Norvell Austin) were both DQ'd by Referee David Manning after a wild brawl around ringside involving all four men at 13:26. The two teams will meet in a rematch next week.

6. Grudge Match. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Nicola Roberts & "Gorgeous" Gino Hernandez) defeated Mike Von Erich at 10:28. Von Erich was seeking revenge for a wicked chair chot from Adams that left him with a mild concussion a few weeks back. Mike was at a terrible disadvantage as Gino Hernandez got in several cheap shot while Nicola Roberts kept Referee Bronco Lubich occupied. Von Erich could take no more and slapped the Iron Claw Hold on Hernandez while he was up on the apron. Adams seized the moment with a quick roll up from behind for the pinfall.

7. Texas Tournament Match. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) eliminated the Dingo Warrior at 13:17. With Referee David Manning down on the mat, Pringle clubbed the Warrior from behind with his walking stick. Rude made the cover as Manning recovered to count the pin.
GV - Sep 24, 2012 - 06:42 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 9/24/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 9/24/12 - Key Arena, Seattle, WA. Att: 12,411.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Special Guest Ring Announcer: "The Voice of the Seattle SuperSonics" Bob Blackburn
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Mike Chioda

1. The Junk Yard Dog pinned Jimmy Jack Funk with the Big Thump (Running Powerslam) at 3:21.

2. Ex-con Nailz over Jose Luis Rivera by submission with the Cell Block Sleeper at 7:23.

3. Referee-turned-wrestler "Dangerous" Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) defeated "Leaping" Lanny Poffo at 8:40. Jimmy Hart smashed Poffo from behind with his megaphone while Davis kept Referee Mike Chioda occupied. Davis then applied a Boston Crab to the KO'd Poffo for the "submission" victory.

4. Hillbilly Jim (w/ lucky horseshoe) and the Honky Tonk Man (w/ guitar, Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) were both DQ'd by Referee Dick Woehrle at 9:42 after both men pushed the referee down to the mat and went at it toe-to-toe in the middle of the ring.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The British Bulldogs (Dynamite Kid & Davey Boy Smith w/ mascot Matilda) eliminated Bobby "The Brain" Heenan's Natural Disasters (Earthquake & Typhoon) at 9:27. Dynamite Kid pinned Typhoon with the Swan Dive Head Butt. The Disasters got no help from Heenan who was chased backstage by Matilda after the bulldog broke free of her leash.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat defeated "The King" Harley Race (w/ Bobby Heenan who was hobbled by a recent dog bite to the ankle courtesy of Matilda). The Dragon pinned Race with his patented Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 11:29. It was a rough night for "The Brain" and his stable.

7. In the Main Event, "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) over the Ultimate Warrior at 16:22. Virgil pulled the Warrior's leg out from under him as he was attempting to military press the Million Dollar Man. Dibiase fell on top and secured the pin with a foot on the ropes for added leverage. (Prior to the match, special guest Ring Announcer Bob Blackburn introduced Dibiase as hailing from "Bel Air, California", the Million Dollar Man's Autumn residence to commemorate the beginning of Fall).
GV - Sep 25, 2012 - 06:38 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 9/25/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 9/25/12 - North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston, SC. Att: 13,690.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Kimberly Page
Referees: Charles Robinson & Scott Dickinson

1. Glacier pinned Kaz Hayashi of the Jung Dragons with the Cryonic Kick (Superkick) at 4:39.

2. Scotty Riggs over "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux via Count Out at 7:18. Riggs was up against the ropes playing possum and dumped a charging Lash Leroux over the top and OOR. Lash took a bad spill on the way down and was unable to answer Referee Scott Dickinson's ten count.

3. Hardcore Match. "The Belfast Bruiser" Fit Finlay (w/ Brian Knobbs) defeated Crowbar (w/ Daffney) at 7:13. Finlay sent Crowbar through a table with his Forward Roll Slam to secure the pin.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. High Voltage (Kenny Kaos & Robbie Rage) eliminated boy band wannabes 2 Count ("Sugar" Shane Helms & Shannon Moore w/ Evan Karagias) by DQ at 8:27. Referee Charles Robinson caught Karagias bashing Robbie Rage over the head with his green dancing circle and called for the bell.

5. Perry Saturn over Kanyon by DQ at 9:50. Kanyon was trapped in The Rings of Saturn (Arm Hook Sleeper Hold) and about to tap out when Raven suddenly raced into the ring and broke up the hold with a chair shot from behind. Raven then gave Saturn the Evenflow DDT onto the already dented chair. Rick Steiner finally ran in to make the save and cleared the ring of Kanyon and Raven. Prior to the match, Kanyon grabbed the mic and shouted "Who's better than Kanyon ??" to which the crowd responded in unison "Everyone !!"

6. "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner defeated the n.W.o.'s Scott "Flash" Norton (w/ Vincent) at 9:38. Steiner sent Norton crashing into Vincent who had climbed up to the apron. "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" then rolled up the staggering Norton from behind for the pinfall.

7. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ spectacular entrance and a $5,000 sequin robe) defeated "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (w/ "Slap Nuts" T-Shirt & Guitar) at 14:06. With Referee Charles Robinson knocked down in the action, Vince Russo ran down to ringside and tried to lay out "The Nature Boy" with a baseball bat but inadvertently bashed Jarrett with it instead. Flair then applied the Figure Four Leglock as Charles Robinson finally recovered to count the KO'd Jarrett's shoulders down on the mat for the pin.
GV - Sep 26, 2012 - 06:42 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 9/26/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 9/26/12 - Civic Arena, St. Joseph, MO. Att: 3,777.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Mike Atkins & Tommy Young

1. Diamond Dallas Page pinned Randy Barber with a Diving Knee Drop off the top rope at 5:01.

2. Erik Watts surprised Zan Panzer with a Small Package at 3:13. A smattering of "Boos" from the crowd for young Watts who the fans feel is being pushed unjustly because he is the son of the legendary "Cowboy" Bill Watts.

3. Johnny Gunn (w/ "Z Man" Tom Zenk) over J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) with the Thesz Press off the ropes at 9:22. Flamingo tried to break up the pin but was held at bay OOR by Zenk.

4. TV Tournament Match. Cactus Jack from Truth or Consequences, NM vs. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ valet Lady Blossom). The fans didn't know who to root for in this match. In the end, it was Cactus who heard the cheers due to his reckless style of wrestling and "Bang Bang" six-gun hand gestures. Cactus caught Austin perched high atop the turnbuckle and crotched him on the top rope. "Stunning" Steve crumpled to the canvas and Cactus made the pin to advance in the tournament.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) eliminated Alexandra York's yuppie York Foundation ("The Computerized Man of the 90's Terrence Taylor & Richard Morton w/ Head of Security Mr. Hughes). Rick pinned Taylor with the Diving Bulldog off the top rope.

6. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 11:39. Dangerously panicked when Dustin wrapped Anderson up in a Sleeper Hold in the middle of the ring. Paul E. ran in with a phone shot to Rhodes' noggin for the disqualification.

7. Sting (w/ spikey blonde hair, face paint and the jungle yell) over "The Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan and rusty chain) at 14:19. With Referee Mike Atkins knocked down in the action, Ivan tried to hit the Stinger with his chain but inadvertently KO'd his own nephew with it instead. Sting made the cover as Atkins recovered to count the pin.
GV - Sep 27, 2012 - 06:33 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 9/27/12
UWF Results 9/27/12 - Thibodaux Civic Center, Thibodaux, LA. Att: 5,380.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum TA
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Carl Fergie & Jerry Usher

1. "Jersey Boy" Angelo Mosca Jr. (w/ "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) pinned Gustavo Mendoza with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope at 3:53.

2. Jack Victory (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) defeated Bobby Perez with a Piledriver at 3:22.

3. "Fabulous Freebird" Michael P.S. Hayes (w/ fellow Freebirds Buddy Jack Roberts & Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) over "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner at 6:26. This was pretty much a handicap match. Hoerner had to fight off all three Freebirds throughout the contest as Roberts and Gordy each got in their licks. In the end, Hayes KO'd Hoerner with a microphone shot to the head while Roberts held Referee Carl Fergie's attention. Hayes made the pin and then showboated for the angry fans by moonwalking across the ring.

4. Grudge Match. "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan bested "Timekeeper" Mike George in a street fight. "The Timekeeper" removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle but had his own head rammed into the exposed steel by Sweetan leading to the pinfall at 11:40. Nothing was settled in this feud as George blindsided Sweetan with his clock after the bout.

5. Number One Contenders Tag Team Match. With the Champion Fabulous Freebirds huddled together and watching intently from the wings, the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated Devastation Incorporated's Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu w/ General Skandor Akbar) at 10:56. The SST appeared to have things wrapped up as Fatu came off the top rope with a huge splash on Bobby Fulton, but Referee Jerry Usher was knocked down in the process and unable to count the pin. Fatu tried to help Usher get back to his feet and was rolled up from behind by Fulton for the winning pin. The Freebirds were waiting in ambush and laid out the Fantastics with their championship belts as Fulton and Rogers were returning to the dressing room.

6. Indian Strap Match. Chief Jules Strongbow defeated his bitter adversary Black Bart (w/ Downtown Bruno) at 8:55. Strongbow tied Bart to the ring post and pummeled him unmercifully in the corner. The Chief then dragged his dazed opponent around the ring to touch all four corner turnbuckles for the victory. Both men were bloody and battered by the end of the match.

7. Iceman King Parsons and "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) wrestled to a 20:00 Time Limit Draw. Murdoch demanded five more minutes but fled the ring when Referee Carl Fergie granted his request.
GV - Sep 28, 2012 - 06:31 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 9/28/12
WWWF All-Star Wrestling TV Program Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 9/28/12. The Fieldhouse, Hamburg, PA. Att: 1,472.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Antonino Rocca
Promoted by Phil Zacko & Supervised by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission
Chairman: Howard McCall
Executive Director: Francis Walker
Doctor in Attendance at Ringside: Dr. George Zahorian
Timekeeper at the Bell: Mike Mittman
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Woehrle, Gilberto Roman & "Wee" Willie Weber

(The following program requires discretionary viewer participation)

1. Louis Cyr from the Yukon (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) pinned Jose Gonzalez with a Backbreaker at 4:30.

2. Tony Garea over Frank "Moose" Monroe by submission with the Octopus Hold (Abdominal Stretch) at 7:18.

3. "The Iron Greek" Spiros Arion (w/ Freddie Blassie) defeated "Philadelphia's Favorite Son" S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones by submission with a Backbreaker over the shoulder at 4:25.

4. The popular team of Dino Bravo & Dominic Denucci defeated Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada at 6:25. Denucci with a Sunset Flip on Rodz for the pinfall.

5. Bob Backlund pinned "Dynamite" Jack Evans (w/ "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe) with the Delayed Atomic Spinebuster at 11:03. Sharpe was able to get in several cheap shots to help keep his tag team partner Jack Evans in the match but it was not enough to pull out a victory.

6. 6 Man Tag Match. The team of Chief Jay Strongbow, Billy Whitewolf and their surprise mystery partner Andre the Giant (!) defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna, the Golden Terror & "Butcher" Paul Vachon at 10:21. Scicluna and the Terror wanted no part of Andre and refused to tag in as "The Butcher" took a beating. Strongbow finished off Vachon with a Tomahawk Chop to the throat off the ropes. After the bout, dozens of youngsters ran up to ringside and crowded around Andre for an autograph.
GV - Sep 29, 2012 - 07:33 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 9/29/12
TNA Results 9/29/12 - Black River Coliseum, Poplar Bluff, MO. Att: 4,402.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Brian Hebner & Scott James


(The following results were sent to me by Bully Ray via his "Fire-breathing Twitta Machine" ; )


1. X Division. Jerry Lynn pinned "Prime Time" Elix Skipper with a Victory Roll at 7:46.

2. Knockouts Division. ODB (w/ hubby Eric Young) over Tara by DQ at 7:18. Frustrated with her inability to put ODB away, Tara accused Referee Scott James of numerous slow counts and slugged him to draw the disqualification.

Backstage segment. Robbie E and Robbie T are talking strategy for the upcoming TV Tournament rematch with "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero. Impact GM Hulk Hogan walks up and joins the conversation.

Robbie E: "What's up, 'Bro ?"

Hulkster: "I'm glad you asked that, Brother, because I have a problem with this big dude standing beside you here."

(Robbie T looks shocked.)

Hulkster: "You're sitting this one out, Big Guy."

(Robbie T has a fit)

Robbie E: "You can't do that, 'Bro !! He's on The List !!"

Hulkster: "Well, you know, Robbie E, he may be on your list, Brother, but's he's not on mine. I saw what the big man did to "The Pope" at the "No Surrender" PPV and I'm not cool with that, okay ? It's you and "The Pope" here tonight and no Robbie T at ringside so get over it !!"

Hulk storms off as Robbie E throws a tantrum.

3. Mexican America Grudge Match. Hernandez defeated Homicide by DQ at 9:43. A power struggle has developed regarding the direction of Mexican America after Homicide turned against TNA newcomer Chavo Guerrero Jr. at the recent "No Surrender" PPV. Even the women seem divided. Rosita was in Homicide's corner while Sarita accompanied Hernandez. Mexican America's attorney Joseph Park, Esq. showed where his allegiance stood by slipping his briefcase to Homicide who bashed it over Hernandez head to draw the disqualification. After the bout Chavo ran in to check on the hurting Hernandez.

4. TV Tournament ReMatch. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero eliminated Robbie E (w/out Robbie T) with a Flying Cross Body Press at 9:56. "The Pope" will go on to the finals to face Devon for the TV Championship next week.

Backstage interview segment with Christy Hemme. Anarquia and Homicide cut a scathing promo on Chavo and Hernandez. They call them "a disgrace to their Latino heritage" and challenge the two to a tag team match next week.

5. The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) defeated Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) by disqualification. Lethal Consequences ignored Referee Brian Hebner's repeated warnings and five count and leveled a vicious double team beatdown on Andy Douglas in their corner. Hebner called for the bell at 7:19.

6. "The War Machine" Rhino over "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan by DQ at 9:03. Crimson ran in with a chairshot to Rhino's back after "The War Machine" leveled Morgan with the Gore (Running Spear). Referee Scott James immediately signaled for the disqualification.

7. "The Monster" Abyss defeated Rob Van Dam in the Main Event with the Shock Treatment (Sit Out Torture Rack) at 12:06 after a mystery man wearing a hooded black robe ran down to ringside and pushed RVD off the top rope as he was setting up for the Five-Star Frog Splash. The phantom stood over RVD with an evil laugh and revealed his identity to be Abyss' old mentor Father James Mitchell. A concerned TNA President Dixie Carter was seen watching from a monitor in the back as the program went off the air.
GV - Sep 30, 2012 - 06:45 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 9/30/12
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 9/30/12 - Westchester County Civic Center, White Plains, NY. Att: 4,909.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Rob Bartlett
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & Nick Kozak

1. "The Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) pinned Phil Apollo with a Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope at 5:51.

2. Duke "The Dumpster" Droese over Rad Radford with the Trash Compactor (Tilt-A-Whirl Slam) at 6:42.

3. School was in session as Dean Douglas taught Avatar a lesson by pinning him with the Final Exam (Bridging Fisherman's Suplex) at 7:44.

4. Doink the Clown (w/ evil carnival music) over "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith via Count Out at 11:47. As action spilled OOR, Doink proceeded to put on a brief magic show for the perplexed "British Bulldog". Doink pulled several multi-colored handkerchiefs from out of his sleeve one after another. The last one concealed a blackjack and the demented clown whacked Davey Boy in the head with it. Doink rolled around the ring in a fit of laughter as Referee Earl Hebner put the ten count on the KO'd Smith.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Smokin' Gunns (Billy & Bart Gunn) ousted the Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) from the tournament by Count Out at 7:58. Billy caught Phineas with a Running Clothesline OOR and sent the big hog farmer tumbling over the barricade railing and into the first row of seats. Phineas took a bad spill and could not make the subsequent ten count.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. Bam Bam Bigelow advanced to the finals by eliminating the Million Dollar Corporation's Irwin R. Shyster (w/ Ted Dibiase). Bam Bam pinned IRS with a Diving Head Butt at 10:08.

7. WWF Championship Tournament Match. Bret "The Hitman" Hart defeated "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel at 13:40. With both Hart and Referee Nick Kozak down on the canvas, "HBK" Shawn Michaels raced into the ring and KO'd his former bodyguard with the Sweet Chin Music Superkick. Oblivious to what had just happened, "The Hitman" crawled over to make the cover on Diesel as Kozak recovered to count the pin.
GV - Oct 01, 2012 - 06:36 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 10/01/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 10/01/12 - Duluth Entertainment Center, Duluth, MN. Att: 6,227.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Robert Warren & Rich Frisk

1. Paul "Hard Rock" Diamond pinned Chris Curtis with a Front Suplex at 3:37.

2. Teijo Khan (w/ Soldad Ustinov & Russian Flag) beat "Beach Boy" Sonny Rogers with a Karate Thrust to the throat at 7:40.

3. Velvet McIntyre defeated Leilani Kai by DQ at 9:00. Kai and Referee Robert Warren were at odds throughout this bout. Kai finally lost her cool and slapped Warren across the face to draw the disqualification.

4. Time expired as "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers and Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw.

5. In a brutal tag team match, "Precious" Paul Ellering's Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) defeated the Long Riders ("Wild" Bill & Scott "Hog" Irwin) at 10:49. The Legion of Doom connected with the Doomsday Device on big Scott for the pinfall.

6. With his sights set on Champion Rick Martel's belt, wily veteran Nick Bockwinkel made a bid for the Number One Contender's spot by defeating David Sammartino at 14:21. Bockwinkel pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and busted Sammartino open with a loaded punch to the head. Sammartino was game to continue but Referee Rich Frisk stopped the match due to blood and awarded the bout to Bockwinkel.

7. In the Main Event, Jerry "The King" Lawler beat "Sheik" Jerry Blackwell (w/ "Sheik" Adnan El-Kaisee) at 14:28. There seemed to be trouble brewing in the Sheiks' camp as Blackwell chose to ignore his manager's advice and sent El-Kaisee back to the dressing room after the ring introductions. El-Kaisee returned to ringside and appeared to deliberately trip his own man as Blackwell was bounding off the ropes. Lawler then pounced on the fallen Blackwell with his patented Diving Punch to the head off the 2nd rope to score the winning pinfall.
GV - Oct 02, 2012 - 06:23 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 10/02/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 10/02/12 - Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center, Augusta, GA. Att: 7,004.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Jimmy Jett & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. High-flyer Blitzkrieg defeated Ciclope with the Skytwister Press at 2:03.

2. Tank Abbott pinned Bobby Blaze with a handful of tights at 7:56.

3. "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera over "Mr. World Class" Chip Minton with the Juvy 450 Splash off the top rope at 5:24.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) eliminated the Bluebloods ("Lord" Steven Regal & "Squire" David Taylor) by Count Out at 8:25. KroniK sent Regal through the announcers' table with the High Times (Double Chokeslam) during OOR action. Regal could not recover in time to make Referee Slick Johnson's ten count.

5. Falls Count Anywhere Match. The feud between Perry Saturn and Raven is heating up (literally). With the combatants battling throughout the Civic Center complex, the action spilled over into the Banquet Room where Raven threw an urn of hot coffee into Perry Saturn's face. Raven then cradled the blinded and screaming Saturn as Referee Jimmy Jett made the three count.

6. U.S. Tournament Match. Buff Bagwell ousted "Crippler" Chris Benoit from the tournament by Count Out at 15:44. The Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall) came down to ringside to scout Bagwell as a possible candidate for the n.W.o. stable. Benoit became immediately distracted by their presence and got into a confrontation with Hall & Nash OOR. "The Crippler" lost track of Referee Slick Johnson's ten count during the heated exchange and was counted out.

7. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ valet Midajah) over Booker T in the Main Event at 15:09. Steiner clubbed Booker from behind with a lead pipe while Midajah bent over and gave Referee Jimmy Jett an eyeful. "Big Poppa Pump" then clamped the Steiner Recliner (Camel Clutch) onto the KO'd Booker for the "submission" victory.
GV - Oct 03, 2012 - 06:30 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 10/03/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) - Ralph Munroe Marine Stadium, Virginia Key, Miami, FL. Att: 6,441.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Bill Alphonso

1. Ox Baker defeated Pete Austin in short time with his dreaded Heart Punch at 1:26. Baker got a hold of the house mic and demanded stiffer competition.

2. Rocky Johnson put Vic Rossitani away with a Sleeper Hold at 6:44.

3. Jimmy Garvin pinned "Big" Bill Dromo with a Knee Drop off the top rope at 9:28.

4. The Spoiler over Sweet Brown Sugar by submission with the Super Claw Hold at 8:35.

5. Steve Keirn pinned Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) with a Flying Cross Body Press at 12:50.

6. The team of Killer Karl Kox & Lars Anderson defeated the Brisco Brothers (Jack & Jerry) by DQ at 10:03. Kox tried to slip Lars Anderson the mysterious bag of coins to use as a weapon but Jack Brisco intercepted it to KO Anderson instead. Brisco then applied the Figure Four Leglock and Referee Bill Alphonso signaled for the bell. Thinking they had won by submission, the Briscos celebrated in the ring only to discover that Jack had been disqualified by Alphonso for his money bag shot on Lars.
GV - Oct 04, 2012 - 06:21 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 10/04/12
WCCW Results 10/04/12 - North Side Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 3,360.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce
Referees: Rick Hazzard & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. Mark Youngblood pinned Mr. Ebony with a leaping Tomahawk Chop to the head off the top rope at 2:13.

2. The Grappler over Johnny Mantel with a Powerslam at 5:39.

3. TV Tournament Finals. Al Madril pinned "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ rusty chain) with a Backslide at 7:31 to win the WCCW TV Title.

4. Tag Tournament Match. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) ousted the Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko B. Ware) at 7:23. The Midnights pinned Austin with the Veg-O-Matic (Condrey Bear Hug & Eaton Diving Leg Drop off the top rope combo) to advance to the Finals to face Nicola Robert's Dynamic Duo of "Genteman" Chris Adams & "Gorgeous" Gino Hernandez.

5. "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas beat "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) at 13:36. In an Unusual Ending, both men were KO'd by a violent mid-ring collision off the ropes. Fortunately for the woozy Atlas, he collapsed on top of Oliver for the winning pinfall.

6. "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich defeated sleazy Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) by submission with the Iron Claw Hold at 11:12.
GV - Oct 05, 2012 - 06:34 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 10/05/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 10/05/12 - Knoxville Civic Auditorium & Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 6,709.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Dave Hebner & Mac MacMurray

1. The Nightstalker pinned Joe Cazana with a Chokeslam at 1:41. (The Nightstalker would go on to become Adam Bomb in the WWF : )

2. Davey Rich over Gary Scott with a High Flying Cross Body Press at 3:26.

3. "Gentleman" Ken Timbs defeated "Starfire" Derrick Dukes by DQ at 5:30. Timbs pulled Brass Knucks from his tights but his opponent was able to pry them away before they could be used. After seeing "Starfire" holding the Knucks, Timbs immediately alerted Referee Dave Hebner who promptly disqualified Dukes.

4. TV Title Tournament Match. Jerry Oates eliminated "Hollywood" Bob Holly by submission with his Spinning Toe Hold at 7:47. Oates advances to the finals to meet Billy Joe Travis for the TV Title next week.

"Down & Dirty with Dutch" Interview Segment.

Dutch Mantel interviewed Smokey Mountain newcomer "Gentleman" Ken Timbs and congratulated him on his victory over Derrick Dukes earlier this evening. Timbs said that he was happy that Dukes had finally been caught cheating. Timbs claimed that the secret to Dukes' knockout punch was the Brass Knucks and that he had gotten away with it for years. Mantel nodded in agreement and thanked Timbs for finally revealing the truth. An enraged Derrick Dukes ran out and had to be restrained by Mantel from hitting Timbs. Dukes called Timbs a liar and challenged him to a Brass Knucks Match next week. Timbs reluctantly agreed.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard & "Sweet" Stan Lane) ousted Miss Sylvia's Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden) at 10:10. Golden caught the pesty Cornette up on the apron and walloped him, but turned around into a Pritchard Superkick for the pinfall. This was a rematch from last week when Golden was KO'd backstage by Cornette's tennis racket prior to the match and was unable to compete.

6. Tommy "Wildfire" Rich over "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers (w/ fellow Kansas Jayhawk "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) at 13:30. Mantel's constant interference kept his tag team partner in the match, but in the end Jaggers went down to the Thesz Press off the ropes for the pin.

7. SMW Title Tournament Match. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff eliminated "Filthy" Phil Hickerson (w/ "Ravishing" Randy Rose) by DQ at 13:14. Rose ran into the ring and jumped Orndorff from behind as "Mr. Wonderful" was about to deliver his patented Piledriver finisher on Hickerson. Referee Mac MacMurray immediately signaled for the disqualification.
GV - Oct 06, 2012 - 07:49 AM
Post subject: TNA Impact Results 10/06/12
TNA Impact Results 10/06/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,311.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Earl Hebner, Taryn Terrell & Brian Stiffler ("If that is his real name" according to Tazz. Tazz also called Stiffler "a shady character" : )

1. X Division. Michael Shane over Low Ki by Count Out at 8:56. Shane sent Mike Tenay & Tazz running for cover as Low Ki was rammed head-first onto a TV Monitor located at the announcers' table. Low Ki could not shake out the cobwebs to make Earl Hebner's ten count.

2. Knockouts Division. Taryn Terrell has been appointed to referee Knockouts' matches by Brooke Hogan due to Earl Hebner's dubious infatuation with Champion Madison Rayne. Angelina Love defeated Gail Kim (w/ BFF Madison Rayne) by DQ at 5:10. Gail walloped Angelina with Madison Rayne's championship belt to draw the disqualification. Brooke Hogan had to be pleased with Terrell's officiating in the ref's debut.

Backstage Segment. Christophers Daniels introduced himself to Taryn Terrell and officially welcomed her to TNA by offering the new Knockouts ref a green Appletini cocktail. In an effort to impress Terrell, Daniels bragged about all his accomplishments in TNA with one outlandish lie after another. He insisted that Impact GM Hulk Hogan was his personal chauffeur and that as Chairman of TNA's Board of Directors, Owner Dixie Carter reported directly to him and needed his approval on every decision that she makes. Daniels then whispered something in Terrell's ear to which the ladies ref promptly dumped the Appletini over his head and slapped his face. A.J. Styles was seen off to the side chuckling to himself and shaking his head as he watched the incident unfold.

3. Ron "The Truth" Killings pinned David Young with the Consequences (Elevated Cradle Neckbreaker) at 7:30.

Backstage segment. Owner Dixie Carter was seen nervously pacing in her office with a pamphlet that she had found in the locker room advertising Reverend James Mitchell's "New Church".

4. Mexican America Grudge Match. Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Hernandez (w/ Sarita) defeated Anarquia & Homicide (w/ Rosita & Attorney Joseph Park Esq.) at 9:22. Rosita threw Attorney Park's briefcase into the ring for Anarquia to use but Sarita spotted it first and alerted Chavo. Chavo then gave Anarquia a Tornado DDT onto the satchel for the pinfall.

5. TV Tournament Finals. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero pinned Devon in controversial fashion to win the title at 9:06. Both men were KO'd by a mid-ring collision with Referee Brian Stiffler sandwiched in between them. Reverend James Mitchell ran in and laid the Pope's arm across Devon's chest as Stiffler recovered to count the pin. D'Angelo Dinero is the TNA TV Champion !

Mike Tenay shouted "What is the affiliation between Reverend James Mitchell and "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero ??" to which Tazz could only ponder "I dunno, Mike... maybe it's some sort of unholy alliance ?"

6. In the Main Event, Missssssstttttaaaaaa Anderson-nah over "Cowboy" James Storm by Count Out at 11:38. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down on the mat and both competitors battling OOR, Bobby Roode (looking rather dapper in an expensive suit and tie as noted by Tazz) ran down to ringside and laid out both men with vicious chair shots. Roode then tossed a dazed Anderson into the ring as Hebner recovered to put the ten count on the KO'd Storm.
GV - Oct 07, 2012 - 07:45 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 10/07/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 10/07/12 - Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY. Att: 5,878.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: John Benello & Mike Chioda

1. The Red Rooster over "Rugged" Reno Riggins by submission with the Rooster Wing (Elevated Hammerlock) at 3:34.

2. Haku pinned the Brooklyn Brawler with a Side Kick to the jaw at 5:53.

3. Power & Glory (Hercules Hernandez & Paul Roma w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick) defeated High Energy ("The Rocket" Owen Hart & "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware) at 9:45. Slick tripped Owen with his walking stick while Hercules distracted Referee John Benello. Roma then pounced on the prone Hart with a leaping Splash off the top rope for the winning pinfall.

4. "El Matador" Tito Santana and Papa Shango were both DQ'd at 8:40 after Referee Mike Chioda lost all control of the match. After the bout, the lights at the Louisville Gardens suddenly went out as Shango conjured up a voodoo spell on Santana. When power was restored, El Matador was found laid out on the canvas covered in the mysterious black goo.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ the devious Mr. Fuji) eliminated Classy Freddie Blassie's Super Powers (Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff) by DQ at 8:22. The Iron Sheik was admonished by Referee John Benello for loading the pointy toe on his boot (by tapping it several times on the canvas : ) and tossed Benello out of the ring to draw the disqualification.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka ousted "The Model" Rick Martel from the tournament by pinning him at 14:30. Martel removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle but had his own head rammed into the exposed steel by Snuka to set up the pin.

7. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper pinned King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) after Piper avoided a Splash off the 2nd rope at 14:13.
GV - Oct 08, 2012 - 06:26 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 10/08/12
UWF Results 10/08/12 - Blackham Coliseum, Lafayette, LA. Att: 5,239.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Tony Torres

1. Devastation Incorporated's Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) over Davey Haskins at 2:02. Haskins was mounting some offense until he was distracted by Skandor Akbar's heckling at ringside. Eli turned the tide with a Double Axe Handle from behind and then finished off Haskins with a Tombstone Piledriver.

2. Ted Dibiase pinned "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll with a Powerslam off the ropes at 5:10.

3. "Jumping" Joe Savoldi (w/ Jersey Boy teammate Angelo Mosca Jr.) defeated "Gorgeous" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) at 7:52. Savoldi used a High Flying Body Press to pin Young while Mosca held Downtown Bruno in check.

4. Los Guerreros (Chavo & Mando Guerrero) over Downtown Bruno's Rock & Roll RPM's ("Maniac" Mike Davis & Tommy Lane) at 7:24. Mando surprised Mike Davis with a Springboard Cross Body off the top rope for the pinfall.

5. Brad Armstrong over "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) by DQ at 9:58. Gilbert was caught red-handed bashing Armstrong in the head with the Lady in Waiting (Missy Hyatt's loaded Gucci purse) by Referee Tony Torres to draw the disqualification.

6. Texas Death Match. "The Timekeeper" Mike George defeated "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan at 11:30. Sweetan could not get to his feet by Referee Tommy Gilbert's ten count after Mike George smashed his coveted clock over the Bruiser's noggin. George won the match but his beloved timepiece was shattered in a million pieces.

7. Tag Team Title Match. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) upended the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) at 11:05. Michael Hayes was whipped into Terry Gordy who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. The dazed Hayes was then rolled up from behind by Bobby Fulton for the surprise pinfall. The Fantastics are the new UWF Tag Team Champions !!
GV - Oct 09, 2012 - 06:23 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results 10/09/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 10/09/12 - Bartow Arena, Birmingham, AL. Att: 8,095.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Charles Robinson & Scott Dickinson

1. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned Prince Iaukea with the Feliner (Spin Kick) at 3:05.

2. "Big" Rick Fuller over Rey Mysterio Jr. in controversial fashion at 10:05. In an unusual ending, Mysterio was able to get a foot on the bottom rope during Big Rick's pin attempt following the Fuller Effect (Spinning Tombstone Piledriver), but Referee Scott Dickinson counted the pin anyway. Mysterio's protest fell on deaf ears as Dickinson's decision stood.

3. Hardcore Match. "Middle Age Crazy" Terry Funk defeated "Screaming" Norman Smiley at 7:28. Funk set his opponent up on a table OOR and hit an Asai Moonsault (Springboard Moonsault off the bottom rope from the ring apron) onto Smiley . Both Funk and Smiley crashed through the table with Funk landing on top for the pin. Chants of "ECW !!" were heard throughout the Bartow Arena.

4. Crowbar (w/ Daffney Unger) over "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ the Insane Clown Posse) by DQ at 8:35. The ICP (Shaggy 2 Dope & Violent J) were very active in this match and constantly interferred. After repeated warnings, Referee Charles Robinson finally had enough and called for the disqualification.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) eliminated Leia Meow's Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi & Yang) at 10:55. Johnny the Bull with a Diving Turbo Leg Drop off the top rope onto Hayashi for the pin.

6. U.S. Title Tournament Match. "Career Killer" Mike Awesome ousted Konnan from the tournament with the Awesome Splash (Frog Splash off the top rope) at 14:22.

7. In the Main Event, Goldberg over Diamond Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) by DQ at 13:28. DDP managed to flip out of Goldberg's Jackhammer attempt and connect with the Diamond Cutter, but Referee Charles Robinson was distracted by the scantily clad Kimberly prancing around ringside and out of position to count the pin. DDP was furious with Robinson and pushed the ref down to the mat to draw the disqualification.
GV - Oct 10, 2012 - 06:40 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 10/10/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 10/10/12 - Hulman Center, Terre Haute, IN. Att: 8,661.

Announcers: Larry Nelson & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referees: Jim Bunning & Larry Lisowski

1. "Sheik" Ken Patera (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over Alex Knight by submission with the Swinging Full Nelson Neckbreaker at 4:48. After the bout, El-Kaisee got into a shouting match with "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell who came down to ringside for an interview with Larry Nelson.

"In This Corner" Segment with Larry Nelson

Nelson's guest was "Crusher" Blackwell who talked about the recent friction between himself and Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee. Blackwell accused El-Kaisee of "skimming off the top" in regards to his ring earnings. He said "I don't know where all my damn money's goin' but it sure as hell ain't in my bank account". El-Kaisee interrupted the interview and said "I don't need your money, Blackwell !! I have all the oil in the Middle East !! All the American people know I'm already rich !!" Kaisee then spouted off in Arabic as Larry Nelson did his best to keep both men separated.

2. Baron Von Raschke defeated Dennis Stamp by submission with the Iron Claw Hold at 6:22.

3. Ladies Tournament Match. Madusa Micelli (w/ "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski) eliminated Joyce Grable at 8:43. Grable was distracted by the pesty Kiniski at ringside allowing Madusa to sneak up from behind with her Bridging German Suplex for the pin.

4. Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris at 5:22. El-Kaisee snuck into the ring and bashed Ferris from behind with Zhukov's flagpole while the big Russian kept Referee Larry Lisowski occupied. Zhukov then pounced on Earthquake for the tainted pin.

5. The Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & "Sweet" Stan Lane) over the Alaskans (Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner) at 11:10. "Sweet" Stan with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope on Rick Renslow for the winning pin.

6. "High Flyer" Greg Gagne pinned "Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) with a pair of High Flying Drop Kicks to the chops at 11:01.

7. In the Main Event, Blackjack Lanza (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) over "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel by DQ at 15:32. Creatchman tried to sneak Brass Knucks to Lanza but they were intercepted by McDaniel. Unfortunately for the Chief, Referee Jim Bunning caught him holding the Knucks and called for the bell.
GV - Oct 10, 2012 - 03:18 PM
Post subject: AWA Rankings as of 10/10/12
AWA WORLD CHAMPION: RICK MARTEL (Since 3/20/12)


Number 1 Contender: Nick Bockwinkel

2. Sergeant Slaughter

3. Blackjack Lanza

4. Stan Hansen

5. Billy Robinson

6. Curt Hennig

7. Larry Zbyszko

8. Greg Gagne

9. Wahoo McDaniel

10. David Sammartino


AWA WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: MIDNIGHT ROCKERS SHAWN MICHAELS & MARTY JANNETTY(Since 4/05/12)


Number 1 Contenders: Cobra Corps. (Sergeant Slaughter & Greg Gagne)

2. Destruction Crew (Wayne Bloom & Mike Enos)

3. Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal)

4. Fabulous Ones (Steve Keirn & Stan Lane)

5. Pretty Playboys (Buddy Rose & Doug Somers)

6. Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens

7. Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Duncum

8. Brad Rheingans & Steve Olsonoski

9. Lumberjacks (John Nord & Scott Norton)

10. Long Riders (Bill & Scott Irwin)


AWA TV CHAMPION: MR. SAITO (Since 3/24/12)


Number 1 Contender: Steve Olsonoski

2. Pat Tanaka

3. Tommy Jammer

4. Scott Hall

5. Paul Diamond

6. Buck Zumhoffe

7. Nick Kiniski

8. D.J. Peterson

9. Boris Zuhkov

10. Leon White


MOST POPULAR

1. Rick Martel

2. Sergeant Slaughter

3. Greg Gagne

4. Wahoo McDaniel

5. Jerry Blackwell


MOST HATED

1. Blackjack Lanza

2. Colonel Debeers

3. Stan Hansen

4. Larry Zbyszko

5. Nick Kiniski
GV - Oct 11, 2012 - 06:37 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 10/11/12
WWWF Results (Mid to Late 70's) 10/11/12 - Piscataway High School Gymnasium, Newark, NJ. Att: 937.

Announcers: Dick Graham & Assistant Principal Walter E. Callahan
Special Guest Ring Announcer: Senior Class President Chad Davis
Referee: Mario Savoldi

1. "Continental Nobleman" Joe Turko pinned Frankie Williams with a handful of tights at 5:01. After the bout, Turko shouted "obscenities" in Italian at the spectators and made several rude hand gestures as he returned to the locker room.

2. "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw defeated Davey O'Hannon at 5:39 with a High Flying Drop Kick to the mush off the ropes.

3. "Bad News" Allen Coage over "Jumping" Johnny Defazio via Count Out at 5:30. Coage choked out DeFazio on the floor with the house microphone cord during OOR action. DeFazio could not make Referee Mario Savoldi's subsequent ten count.

4. The Cross Bronx Expressway ("The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada) upset Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko at 9:59. Garea was counted out after Rodz and Estrada dropped him throat-first onto the barricade railing in OOR action.

5. Professor Toru Tanaka (w/ tag partner Mr. Fuji) defeated "High Chief" Peter Maivia by Count Out at 13:21. Mr. Fuji was a menace at ringside and constantly interferred during the match. Maivia finally had enough of Fuji's shenanigans and chased him out of the gymnasium and down a corridor leading into the student cafeteria where he rammed Fuji head-first into a stack of lunch trays. In the meantime, Referee Mario Savoldi put the ten count on the missing Maivia and awarded the match to Tanaka.
GV - Oct 12, 2012 - 06:41 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 10/12/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 10/12/12 - Ozark Civic Center, Ozark, AL. Att: 3,593.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Robarb Jones & Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

1. Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) over Larry Santo with the Snake Eyes (Face Drop onto the top turnbuckle) at 3:55.

2. "Flying" Brian Pillman pinned Snake Watson with Air Pillman (Slingshot Springboard Flying Clothesline) at 4:59.

3. TV Tournament Finals. Johnny B. Badd over Cactus Jack (w/ Abdullah the Butcher & Kendo Stick) by DQ at 7:21. Abdullah was a menace at ringside throughout the contest and was sent back to the dressing room by Referee Robarb Jones. Cactus protested and tossed the ref out of the ring to draw the disqualification. Jones awarded both the match and the belt to Johnny B. Badd.

4. The Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) over the Texicans (Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger) at 10:08. Steve Armstrong was able to pry a hidden foreign object away from the Texicans as it was being passed from Shanghai to Tex. Armstrong used it to KO Slazenger for the pin.

5. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) pinned Big Josh with a handful of tights at 7:56 after Parker tripped the Lumberjack with his walking stick.

6. U.S. Tournament Finals. The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner at 15:08. Rick had Muta set up for the Belly to Belly Suplex but got a face-full of the mysterious Green Mist to break the hold. Muta then pounced on the blinded Steiner with a Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope for the winning pinfall. The Great Muta wins the U.S. Title !!

7. In the Main Event, Sid Vicious over "All-American" Ron Simmons at 15:55. "The Total Package" Lex Luger came down to ringside and immediately got into a confrontation with Simmons. (The two have had their differences in the past with "The Total Package" scoring a pinfall on Simmons after a Low Blow.) Luger climbed up to the apron and caught a haymaker to the chops from the All-American much to the delight of the fans, however Sid capitalized on the distraction to roll up Simmons from behind for the pin.
GV - Oct 13, 2012 - 06:37 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 10/13/12
WWF Results (Circa Early 90's) 10/13/12 - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 12,335.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Craig DeGeorge
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & Tim White

1. Big Bully Busick (w/ bowler hat, cigar & Harvey Whippleman) over Duane Gill at 3:26. Gill actually mounted some offense in this bout but couldn't get the Bully over on a Sunset Flip attempt. Busick sat out on Gill's chest and grabbed the ropes for leverage while Referee Earl Hebner was counting the pin.

2. Savio Vega pinned Barry Hardy with the Carribean Kick (Spin Kick) at 2:15.

3. Bodydonna Skip (w/ Sunny) defeated "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya with a Superplex at 5:45.

4. Looney Bob Backlund over Man Mountain Rock by submission with the Crossface Chickenwing at 10:20. Backlund refused to release the hold until Rock screamed "I quit, Mr. Backlund !"

5. Tag Team Tournament Finals. The Smokin' Gunns (Billy & Bart Gunn) defeated the 1-2-3 Kid & Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly at 9:11 to win the WWF Tag Team Titles. The Gunns combined for their Sidewinder finisher (Bart Side Slam and Billy Diving Leg Drop off the top rope) on Holly for the winning pinfall.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "King of Harts" Owen Hart (w/ Yokozuna & "The Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji) over Crush by Count Out at 11:25. It was pretty much three against one as Hart distracted Referee Tim White into missing Yokozuna and Fuji's numerous cheap shots. Crush finally had enough and chased the outsiders back to the dressing room with a chair. Owen got the last laugh as White put the ten count on Crush.

7. WWF Title Tournament Match. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer & Urn) eliminated Psycho Sid with the Tombstone Piledriver at 15:38 after reversing Sid's Chokeslam attempt.
GV - Oct 14, 2012 - 07:04 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 10/14/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 10/14/12 - Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL. Att: 6,008.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Barbara also did the Ring Announcing as well.
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Frenchy Bernard

1. Thunderbolt Patterson pinned Herb Calvert in short order after a Leaping Head Butt at 1:34.

2. Lars Anderson (w/ Killer Karl Kox) over El Rayo with a wrenching Arm Bar Submission at 8:15. After the bout, Kox ran into the ring and stomped away on El Rayo's injured arm as Anderson kept Referee Stu Schwartz distracted.

3. "Beautiful" Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Ray Candy by Count Out at 7:00. Beauregarde smashed a chair over Candy's back during OOR action as Sir Oliver kept Referee Frenchy Bernard occupied. Candy could not recover in time to make Frenchy's ten count.

Interview Segment with Gordon Solie

Gordon welcomed Don Muraco to Florida Championship Wrestling. Solie pointed out Muraco's uncanny resemblance to Jack Brisco and said that the two could easily pass for brothers. Muraco seemed uneasy with the comparison and tried to change the subject. Solie persisted, however, and Muraco became testy. Muraco grudgingly acknowledged his friendship with Brisco and admitted to "learning a lot from him over the years", but said that he "doesn't want to live in Jack's shadow" any longer. Just then an ecstatic Jack Brisco came out to join the interview segment and was beaming about Muraco's arrival in Florida. He slapped Muraco on the back and offered a handshake to officially welcome him to the Sunshine State. Muraco promptly walked off the set leaving Solie and Brisco to ponder his actions.

4. Tag Tournament Match. King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) eliminated the team of Sweet Brown Sugar & Tiger Conway Jr. at 8:58. The devious Sonny King snuck into the ring and clobbered Tiger with Brass Knucks while Referee Stu Schwartz was sending Iaukea back to his corner. The ref turned around in time to find LeDuc covering the KO'd Conway and counted the pin.

5. Paul Ellering pinned the Missouri Mauler with a Neckbreaker at 11:52. As Referee Stu Schwartz was raising Paul's arm in victory, the Mauler pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and laid out Ellering with a sucker punch.

6. In the Main Event, Terry Funk over Mike Graham via Count Out at 13:41. Graham was baited into a confrontation with Sonny King who had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the match. Graham lost track of Referee Frenchy Bernard's ten count during the altercation.
GV - Oct 15, 2012 - 06:25 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 10/15/12
WCCW Results 10/15/12 - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX. Att: 11,620.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Betty Ann Stout
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Marvin Jones

1. Iceman King Parsons pinned "Cowboy" Tony Falk with the Rumper Stumper (Butt Bump off the ropes) at 4:13.

2. Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "Private" Terry Daniels at 7:27. The interferring Gary Hart caught a haymaker from Daniels up on the ring apron but Lewin capitalized on the moment by rolling up Daniels from behind for the pinfall.

3. "Maniac" Matt Borne over "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) via Count Out at 7:11. Casey could not answer Referee Bronco Lubich's ten count after being whipped into the ring post by Borne during OOR action.

4. Texas Tag Team Tournament Finals. Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez over Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) by Count Out at 12:52. Cornette tried to bash Hernandez with his tennis racket during OOR action but inadvertently hit Condrey with it instead leading to the Count Out. Adams & Hernandez win the Texas Tag Team Titles !

5. "Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Kevin Von Erich in controversial fashion at 11:38. Kevin was about to Suplex Perez back into the ring from the apron when Akbar reached in and pulled Von Erich's foot out from under him. Perez fell on top for the pin.

6. The popular Red River Jack (a masked Bruiser Brody) over Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 12:16. Abdullah seemed intent on trying to unmask Jack rather than focus on winning the match. The strategy proved costly as Jack caught Abdullah with a Big Boot to the chops off the ropes for the winning pinfall.
GV - Oct 16, 2012 - 08:46 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 10/16/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 10/16/12 - Columbus Civic Center, Columbus, GA. Att: 9,904.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Mark "Slick" Johnson


1. Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) pinned luchador El Dandy at 1:15 after Onoo threw a handful of ceremonial salt into Dandy's eyes.


2. "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ "Jerichoholics Anonymous" Head of Security Ralphus) defeated "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux. Jericho pinned Lash with the Lionsault (Springboard Moonsault off the 2nd rope) at 7:26.


3. "Thunderfoot" Jerry Flynn over "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) by DQ at 6:17. Referee Scott Dickinson called for the bell after Morrus laid out Jerry Flynn with a chair shot to the noggin.


4. Tag Team Tournament Match. Jimmy Hart's Faces of Fear (The Barbarian & Meng) eliminated the West Hollywood Blondes (Lenny Lane & Lodi) at 6:29. Meng pinned Lodi after a sneaky Jimmy Hart megaphone smash from behind.


5. Triple Threat Match. Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Juventud Guerrera vs. Billy Kidman. High-flying, full throttle cruiserweight action that brought the fans to their feet with many near pinfalls. Juvy wins it with a Victory Roll on Kidman at 9:40.


6. U.S. Tournament Match. "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero over Kanyon at 9:26. With Referee Slick Johnson knocked down in the action, Raven raced into the ring from the back and tried to hit Eddie with a blackjack but inadvertently KO'd Kanyon with it instead. Johnson recovered to count the pin.


7. Six Man Tag Team Match. In the Main Event, the team of Sting, Goldberg and "Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated the n.W.o.'s "Hollywood" Hogan, "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall at 13:41. Referee Scott Dickinson lost all control of this match and who could blame him ? With all six men battling in the ring, Goldberg planted Kevin Nash with the Jackhammer amidst all the chaos. Dickinson counted the pin though no one knows for sure who the legal men in the ring were at the time for either team.
OldBear49 - Oct 16, 2012 - 01:54 PM
Post subject: RE: WCW/n.W.o. Results 10/16/12
GV - I've been watching your results, along with FrankC's. From what I've seen the past week or so, it looks like Abdullah has been having a rough time in both your feds.
Also - that last match (six man tag team.) If you check the wiki pages for the n.W.o. team, it turns out Hogan may qualify as the smallest man on the team. That's a lotta beef.
GV - Oct 17, 2012 - 08:56 AM
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Thanks so much for following along OldBear49 ! Abdullah may be taking his lumps and getting the short end of the stick as of late, but we know the mayhem and punishment that this monster is capable of ! His manager "Playboy" Gary Hart does not seem concerned with wins and losses. Hart is not fooled by Bruiser Brody's disguise and is intent on having Abdullah unmask Red River Jack for all to see.

WCW really took a gamble on turning Hulk Hogan heel in the 90's but it paid off big time in their ratings !
GV - Oct 17, 2012 - 09:01 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 10/17/12
TNA Results 10/17/12 - Family Arena, St. Charles, MO. Att: 3,003.

Announcers: Jeremy Borash & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Jamie Tucker & Brian Stiffler


1. X Division. Kenny King pinned Suicide with a surprise cradle at 4:33.


2. Knockouts Division. The power struggle for Team Mexican America continues as Sarita (w/ Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez) defeated Rosita (w/ Homicide, Anarquia & Attorney Joseph Park, Esq.) with a Tiger Bomb (Double Underhook Sit Out Powerbomb) at 8:54.


3. X Division. Kid Ka$h (w/ Gunner) over Jerry Lynn at 7:40. Gunner caught a haymaker from Jerry Lynn up on the apron but the distraction set up Kid Ka$h's Dead Level (Brainbuster) finisher for the winning pinfall.


4. The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) beat the Jersey Shore (Robbie E & Big Robbie T w/ Cookie) at 6:48. The Machine Guns combined for their double team Skull & Crossbones finisher (Sabin Hangman's Neckbreaker & Shelley Diving Cross Body Press) to pin Big Robbie T.


5. Rob Van Dam over Matt Morgan (w/ Crimson) by DQ at 9:54. Crimson ran into the ring and smashed a chair over Van Dam's back to break up the pin attempt after RVD hit his Five Star Frog Splash on Morgan. Referee Brian Stiffler (if that is his real name ; ) immediately called for the disqualification.


6. "The Icon" Sting defeated Bully Ray by DQ at 12:36. Frustrated by his inability to put the Stinger away after repeated pin attempts, Bully Ray wrapped his wallet chain around Sting's throat and choked him out on the mat to draw the disqualification.
GV - Oct 18, 2012 - 08:47 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 10/18/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 10/18/12 - Fall Brawl Spectacular - Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 6,299.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel
Ring Announcer: Jess McGrath
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Ron West


1. Ric McCord defeated the Black Knight in controversial fashion at 8:23. McCord caught the Black Knight with a High Flying Drop Kick off the ropes for the pin. The Knight protested to Referee Tommy Weathers that he had his foot on the bottom rope during the three count but it was all in vain. Replays of the pin supported the Black Knight's argument.


2. "Wild" Bill Ash pinned Ricky Gibson with his Arkansas Whiplash (Rear Flying Chinlock) at 5:22. Gibson's chances for victory were hampered by a vicious sneak attack from Ash prior to the bell.


3. Norvell Austin over Tim Hoerner via Count Out at 8:55. Hoerner was whipped into the ring post by Austin during OOR action and unable to make Referee Ron West's ten count.


4. TV Title Tournament Finals. Jerry Oates defeated Billy Joe Travis by Count Out at 7:11 to win the title. Oates was able to side-step a running leap by Travis OOR. Travis flew over the barricade railing and sailed into the first row of spectators. Billy Joe could not extricate himself from the crowd in time to make the ten count.


5. Brass Knuckles Grudge Match. "Gentleman" Ken Timbs over "Starfire" Derrick Dukes in dubious fashion at 12:45. Timbs "accidently" slugged Referee Tommy Weathers with a wild punch and then whipped the dizzy ref into Dukes. Both Weathers and Dukes went down like a ton of bricks in the collision. Referee Ron West ran in to put the ten count on the KO'd Dukes. Weathers had to be helped from the ring leaving Ron West to officiate the remaining matches.


6. Tag Team Tournament Finals. Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Pritchard & "Sweet" Stan Lane) defeated Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart's Nightmares (Ken Wayne & Danny Davis) at 9:04. With Referee Ron West knocked down in the action, Jim Cornette ran into the ring to clobber Kenny Wayne with his trusty tennis racket but Wayne was ready for him and thwarted the attempt. Wayne snatched the tennis racket from Cornette's hand and was about to slug him with it when he was suddenly rolled up from behind by the crafty Tom Pritchard. Ron West recovered to count the pin on Wayne. The Heavenly Bodies win the Tag Team Titles !


7. Smokey Mountain Tournament Finals. "Superstar" Bill Dundee pinned "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 13:34 to win the Title ! The bitter Orndorff attacked Dundee after the match and laid him out with a Piledriver onto the SWF Championship Belt.
GV - Oct 19, 2012 - 06:45 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 10/19/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 10/19/12 - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Att: 14,827.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Joey Marella & John Benello

1. The Big Bossman laid down the law on Johnny K-9. The Bossman gets the duke with his Hard Time Slam (Spinning Sidewalk Slam) on K-9 at 5:09.

2. "Outlaw" Ron Bass over "Superfly" Sivi Afi at 7:36. An upset seemed to be in the making as Afi took the fight to the "Outlaw", but Bass resorted to a Low Blow to turn the tables and score the tainted pinfall.

3. "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware defeated referee-turned-wrestler "Dangerous" Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) by DQ at 9:28. Koko appeared to have the match won after landing the Ghostbuster (Brainbuster) on Davis. Jimmy Hart thought so as well. Hart pulled Referee John Benello out of the ring as the ref was counting the pin on Davis to draw the disqualification.

4. "Canadian Strongman" Dino Bravo (w/ "Luscious" Johnny V) over Outback Jack at 8:45. Bravo used a pre-match sneak attack to gain the upper hand and pinned the big Aussie with a Back Suplex.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Jimmy Hart's Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart) eliminated the British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid w/ mascot Matilda) at 11:33. Neidhart pinned the Dynamite Kid after a Jimmy Hart megaphone smash from behind while Referee John Benello was sending Davey Boy back to his corner.

6. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake defeated "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick) by Count Out at 13:55. Reed missed a charge at the Barber during OOR action and crashed into a cameraman. "The Natural" became entangled in the cords and cables as Referee Joey Marella put the ten count on him. After the bout, Brutus attempted to trim his opponent's "unnaturally" blonde locks with his barber's shears but Reed was able to escape to the safety of the locker room.

7. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich eliminated "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) with a Flying Cross Body Press at 12:14 to advance in the tournament.
Brian4444 - Oct 20, 2012 - 04:04 AM
Post subject:
I've been enjoying your posts. However,I have a question for you how do you determine your opponets for matches? Do you have some sort of system or is it off the cuff? Just curious? I always have a problem with this so I'll read others and that inspires me. Thanks ----Brian
GV - Oct 20, 2012 - 01:17 PM
Post subject:
Hi Brian ! Thanks so much for the kind words and for your question ! I keep a log of all my match results by federation to help me keep track of who has wrestled who and the results. (I try not to repeat opponents unless two wrestlers are feuding). This also helps me rank the wrestlers on the roster and determine who is in line for a title shot and who is still working their way up the ladder toward a title shot. As far as choosing opponents goes, it's really all up to you ! You get to be both a fan and the promoter when you put together a card of matches. You can replay matches that you've seen, or have matches that you've always wanted to see but never did. If you want to push a wrestler who is new in your federation, you can have them meet opponents who are lesser in caliber to help build up their stature before having them face the stiffer competition. Sometimes the game itself helps you determine future opponents and matches. Feuds may develope because of wrestlers interferring in one anothers matches or interviews. A wrestler may turn heel or babyface and open up a whole new possibility of opponents. These are just some of the variables that help me decide who faces who. Hope that helps ! : ) George
GV - Oct 20, 2012 - 01:28 PM
Post subject: AWA Results 10/20/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 10/20/12 - Metro Center, Rockford, IL. Att: 9,790.

Announcers: Lee Marshall & "Ringside" Ralph Strangis
Ring Announcer: Donna Gagne
Referees: Scott Ledoux & Rich Frisk

1. "Jammin" Mitch Snow pinned "Pistol" Pete Pistulka with the Jam Slam (Hip Toss Powerslam) at 4:02.

2. "Sensei" Pat Tanaka (w/ Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll) over Todd Becker with a Leaping DDT at 4:53.

3. Ladies Title Tournament. "Sensational" Sherri Martel (w/ "Playboy" Buddy Rose) defeated Rockin' Robin at 7:01. Rose slipped a hidden foreign object into Sherri's hand behind Referee Rich Frisk's back. Martel KO'd Robin with a loaded punch to score the pinfall.

4. "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell (who is hearing cheers from the fans as of late after dumping Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee as his manager) beat the big Russian Soldad Ustinov (w/ Teijo Khan) at 7:20. Ustinov was in unfamiliar territory as he climbed up to the top rope to deliver what he hoped would be the finishing touch on Blackwell. The high-risk strategy backfired, however, as Ustinov was thrown off and then crushed by a Blackwell Splash for the winning pin.

5. "Precious" Paul Ellering's Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) defeated the Top Guns (Ricky Rice & Jon Paul Demans) at 8:51. Rice and Demans were tossed around like rag dolls by the mighty Legion of Doom. Hawk finished things with a Flying Clothesline off the 2nd Rope that nearly took Demans out of his boots.

6. Billy Robinson over "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers at 9:15. As always, the hated Debeers earned extra heel points by riling up the fans with his controversial political views, but it was not enough to carry the Colonel to victory. Robinson pinned Debeers with a Double Underhook Suplex.

7. AWA World Title Match. Number One Contender Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Ray "The Crippler" Stevens) defeated Champion Rick Martel via Count Out at 14:03. Bockwinkel sent the Champ head-first into the ring post during OOR action. This tactic would normally constitute an automatic disqualification in the AWA rulebook, however Referee Scott Ledoux was being distracted by Ray Stevens and did not see the blatant infraction. Bockwinkel smiled arrogantly in the ring as Ledoux put the ten count on the KO'd Martel. Nevertheless, Rick Martel retains the AWA Title.
GV - Oct 21, 2012 - 08:28 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 10/21/12
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 10/21/12 - Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY. Att: 14,307.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Bruno Sammartino
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Billy Caputo, Jack Lotz & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. "Polish Power" Ivan Putski defeated Tony Russo with the Polish Hammer off the ropes at 6:14.

2. Stan "The Man" Stasiak (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) over Pinky Larsen by DQ at 6:11. Stasiak continually used a hidden foreign object on Pinky throughout this bout, but concealed the cheating from Referee Billy Caputo's detection. Larsen was finally able to pry the weapon away from him and slugged Stasiak much to the delight of the fans. Unfortunately for Pinky, Caputo saw the loaded punch and signaled for the disqualification.

3. "Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras pinned "Fabulous" Frank Monte with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 4:22.

4. "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd (w/ suspiciously taped thumb and the Grand Wizard) over Steve Travis at 8:58. The controversial thumb came into play as "The Big Cat" jabbed it into his opponent's throat while holding Travis is a side headlock. Travis crumbled to the canvas gasping for breath as Ladd made the pin.

In a ringside interview after the bout with Vince McMahon, Ladd insisted that the thumb was taped due to "an old football injury" and that he had clearance from WWWF physician Dr. George Zahorian to wrestle with it in this fashion. When McMahon asked to examine the thumb more closely, the Grand Wizard quickly wisked "The Big Cat" away to the dressing room.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Captain Louis Albano's Valiant Brothers ("Handsome" Jimmy & "Luscious" Johnny) defeated the team of Louis Cerdan and Tony Parisi at 11:36. Referee Dusty Feldbaumer struggled to maintain control of this bout. With all four men battling in the ring, "Luscious" Johnny hit a Neckbreaker on Parisi and pinned him despite the fact that he was not the legal man in the ring at the time.

6. The popular Bobo Brazil pinned "The Iron Greek" Spiros Arion (w/ Hollywood Fashion Plate Classy Freddie Blassie) at 12:25 after Arion was knocked off the turnbuckle and crotched on the top rope on the way down.

7. WWWF Title Tournament. In the Main Event, "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard) defeated Bob Backlund via Count Out at 30:32. The "Superstar" sent Backlund over the barricade railing and into the front row of spectators as the two men battled on the floor. Backlund could not recover in time to make Referee Billy Caputo's ten count.
GV - Oct 22, 2012 - 08:17 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 10/22/12
UWF Results 10/22/12 - The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK. Att: 10,388.

Announcers: Boyd Pierce & Frank Dusek
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referess: Johnny Martinez & Jerry Usher

1. "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol over Mike "Hammer" Reed with a Sleeper Hold at 1:11.

2. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) finished off "The Raging Greek" Mike Pappas with his Delayed Brainbuster at 8:32.

3. Steve "Do It To It" Cox beat "Fabulous Freebird" Buddy Jack Roberts (w/ Michael P.S. Hayes) by DQ at 6:12. Hayes bashed Cox in the head with Ring Announcer Joel Watts' microphone to draw the disqualification. After the bout, both Freebirds put a double team beatdown on Cox until Shane Douglas ran into the ring to make the save.

4. "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ the equally unpredictable Dark Journey) pinned Sam Houston after the momentum of Houston's Flying Cross Body Press rolled Slater on top for the pin.

5. The Sawyer Brothers (Brett & "Mad Dog" Buzz) over the Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd) by DQ at 10:59. Referee Jerry Usher caught Cousin Luke jabbing Brett in the gut with the New Zealand flag. Usher signaled for the bell and immediately bailed from the ring as Buzz cleaned house of the Sheepherders with his dog chain.

6. Savannah Jack defeated the Missing Link (w/ Dark Journey) at 11:39. Dark Journey tried to spray perfume into Savannah Jack's eyes but inadvertently got the Link instead. Savannah then cradled his blinded opponent for the pinfall.

7. In the Main Event, Ted Dibiase beat "The Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ handler Friday & General Skandor Akbar) at 13:55. Dibiase pinned Kamala after lifting a knee on the Ugandan Giant's Splash attempt.
GV - Oct 23, 2012 - 06:48 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 10/23/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 10/23/12 - Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC. Att: 12,547.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Mark "Slick" Johnson & Johnny Boone

1. Kwee-Wee (w/ valet Paisley) pinned Al Greene with a Piledriver at 3:19.

2. Kid Romeo over David Flair (w/ Daffney Unger) by DQ at 5:59 after Referee Johnny Boone caught Flair smashing Romeo from behind with a crowbar.

3. Hardcore Match. Bam Bam Bigelow pinned The Wall (w/ Berlyn) at 6:03. Bigelow set The Wall up on a table and then sent him through it with a Moonsault off the top rope leading to the pinfall. Chants of "ECW !" could be heard throughout the arena.

4. Konnan pinned Disco Inferno with a surprise Backslide at 10:33 in a hard fought contest.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray w/ Sister Sherri) eliminated the Harris Brothers ("Big" Ron & "Heavy D") at 10:13. Stevie caught "Heavy D" Don Harris with an Inside Cradle for the winning pin.

6. The U.S. Tournament Match between "Iceman" Dean Malenko and "The Franchise" Shane Douglas never took place. Malenko was jumped backstage by the Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall). Malenko continues to have his problems with the n.W.o.

7. In the Main Event, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper beat "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ valet Midajah) at 12:32. While conferring with his valet in the corner, Steiner was knocked into Midajah and then rolled up from behind by Piper for the victory.
GV - Oct 24, 2012 - 08:34 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 10/24/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 10/24/12 - Fort Lauderdale Armory, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Att: 3,370.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Sonny Myers & Bill Alphonso

1. Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) over Prince Tonga by submission with the Claw Hold at 5:05.

2. Tiger Conway Jr. pinned Ali Bey with a Flying Head Butt off the 2nd rope at 5:42.

3. Don Muraco beat Raul Mata at 8:49 in his Florida debut. Muraco built up serious heel heat with the fans as he pulled Mata's head up on several two count before finally ended things with a Figure Four Leglock.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. The team of Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito eliminated the Assassins (I & II) at 9:08. Sato & Saito combined for a double team Hotshot on Assassin II behind the referee's back as Bill Alphonso was sending Assassin I back to his corner.

5. Ron Slinker (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Rocky Johnson at 10:30. Slinker appeared to become unhinged and unleashed a berserk karate attack on Johnson. He pinned Rocky after a vicious Double Karate Thrust to the throat that left Johnson gasping for breath.

6. In the Main Event, Florida Champion "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes and Jack Brisco defeated Lars Anderson & Killer Karl Kox at 9:02. Dusty pinned Kox after the Killer missed a high risk leap off the top rope and found nothing but canvas. Don Muraco had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the match. He constantly ridiculed Jack Brisco during the bout and labeled the Brisco Brothers as being "over rated". After the bout, Jack confronted Muraco and offered a handshake to settle their differences but Muraco would have none of it. He threw down his headset and stormed off.
GV - Oct 25, 2012 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 10/25/12
TNA Results 10/25/12 - Raleigh Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC. Att: 3,581.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Scott James, Mike Posey & Taryn Terrell

1. Recent "Gutcheck" winner Alex Silva went down to defeat at the hands of "Primetime" Elix Skipper at 4:18. Skipper with the Sudden Death (Over the Shoulder Back To Belly Piledriver) for the pinfall.

2. Knockouts Division. Gail Kim (w/ Knockouts Champ Madison Rayne) over ODB (w/ flask and hubby Eric Young) via Count Out at 5:46. A very jealous ODB left the ring to confront Madison Rayne who was flirting with her looney husband OOR. Gail Kim snuck up from behind and hit ODB with her Eat Defeat finisher (Inverted Stomp Jawbreaker). ODB could not get back inside the ring by Knockouts Referee Taryn Terrell's ten count.

3. The demented Matt Hardy defeated Orlando Jordan with his Twist of Hate finisher at 10:39.

4. X Division Triple Threat Match. Low Ki vs. "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels vs. Sonjay Dutt. Action-packed, high-risk spot fest that culminated with Daniels pinning Low Ki with both feet on the ropes for leverage in the corner at 7:23.

5. Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Hernandez (w/ Sarita) over Ink, Inc. (Shannon Moore & Jesse Neal w/ Daffney) at 12:35. Hernandez rolled up Shannon Moore from behind after Moore became distracted by a cat fight between Sarita and Daffney OOR. The pin also featured a suspiciously fast count by the recently reinstated Mike Posey who had been accused of being bias against wrestlers of Latino heritage.

6. In the Main Event, "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles defeated "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe at 14:38. Joe had removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle but his strategy backfired when he had his own head rammed into the exposed steel by Styles leading to the winning pinfall.
GV - Oct 26, 2012 - 08:22 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 10/26/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 10/26/12 - Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, VA. Att: 9,709.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Teddy "Peanut Head" Long & Nick Patrick

1. Young Erik Watts over Brian Carr by submission with the S.T.F. (Stepover Toehold Facelock) at 2:48.

2. Black Blood (w/ "Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan) pinned Chief Allen Iron Eagle with his Le Guillotine finisher (Diving Knee Drop off the top rope) at 3:00.

3. "Z Man" Tom Zenk (w/ Johnny Gunn) defeated J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 8:03.

4. "The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York & "Head of Security for the York Foundation" Mr. Hughes) pinned 2 Cold Scorpio with a Sit Out Jawbreaker at 7:07.

5. Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) over "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ guitar) via Count Out at 11:52. Van Hammer left the ring to confront Paul E. Dangerously who attempted to swipe Hammer's prized guitar from ringside. Hammer lost track of Referee Nick Patrick's ten count during the heated altercation.

6. Tag Team Tournament Finals. The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) defeated the Steiner Brothers (Scott & "Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick) at 15:21. Saggs clubbed Scotty Steiner from behind as Referee Teddy Long was sending brother Rick back to his corner. Knobbs used a handful of tights to secure the pin as Teddy Long made the three count. The Nasty Boys win the WCW Tag Team Titles !

7. In the Main Event, the monster Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) pinned Ricky Steamboat after a crushing Powerbomb at 15:26.
GV - Oct 27, 2012 - 07:31 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 10/27/12
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 10/27/12 - Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA. Att: 7,005.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Craig DeGeorge
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Earl Hebner & Tim White

1. Hakushi (w/ Manager Shinja) pinned "Rugged" Reno Riggins with a Slingshot Senton Splash from the ring apron at 2:19.

2. Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly over Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz with the Pitstop Plunge (Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope) at 5:16.

3. "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya defeated "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) via Count Out at 9:46. Adam Bomb, who joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the bout, got into an altercation with Dibiase OOR. Kama promptly left the ring to come to his manager's defense and was counted out by Referee Tim White. Adam Bomb continues his vendetta against Dibiase's Million Dollar Corporation. Bomb embarrassed Dibiase over the summer by declining the Million Dollar Man's invitation to join his stable of wrestlers.

4. "Double J" Jeff Jarrett (w/ blinking sunglasses, the Fargo Strut & the Roadie) over Duke "The Dumpster" Droese by submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 9:40.

5. The Allied Powers ("British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith & "Made in the U.S.A." Lex Luger) defeated the Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) by DQ at 12:31. Polo ran into the ring to break up Davey Boy's pin attempt after "The British Bulldog" planted Jacques with his Running Powerslam finisher. Referee Earl Hebner immediately called for the bell.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Finals. Bam Bam Bigelow pinned "King of Harts" Owen Hart with a Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope to win the Intercontinental Title in spectacular fashion at 13:23 !

7. In the Main Event, Yokozuna (w/ "Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji and several geisha girls) defeated "Da Bad Guy" Razor Ramon by Count Out at 13:12. Yokozuna caught Razor with a Low Blow during OOR action leading to the count out.
HoustonRules - Oct 28, 2012 - 07:12 AM
Post subject: RE: WWF Results 10/27/12
George-- I've really been enjoying your posts (especially the Mr. Wrestling III storyline from your TNA fed).
I have a question for you:
How do you determine the attendance at each card? Do you just make it up off-the-cuff, or do you have some kind of formula? I have an idea for my own formula for my own feds, but I wanted to ask you first how you do yours, since that may be better than anything that I could come up with. Thanks.
GV - Oct 28, 2012 - 08:15 AM
Post subject: RE: WWF Results 10/27/12
Hi Marty ! Thank you kindly ! I don't really have a formula to determine the attendance. I basically take the capacity of the venue and adjust it according to the wrestlers and matches appearing on the card. For example, the Hulkster could really pack 'em in. If it's a WWF card from the 80's and Hogan is in the Main Event, then the attendance would pretty much be maximum capacity. If it's a Pay Per View event with lots of title matches and/or grudge type matches, then those would also be full houses. If it's more of a "house show" on the federation tour circuit, then I back off on the numbers. I also try to take into account the era of the show. Wrestling in general was huge in the 80's, not so much in the early to mid 90's, and then big again in the late 90's so the attendance numbers would reflect that as well. As far as the exact attendance number goes, it's purely off-the-cuff ! Hope that helps : )

George
GV - Oct 28, 2012 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 10/28/12
WCCW Results 10/28/12 - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,794.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Steve Harms
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. The Grappler pinned Dave Peterson after a kick with a loaded boot at 2:10.

2. "Master G" George Wells & Kelly Kiniski were both DQ'd by Referee David Manning after a wild brawl around ringside at 8:31.

3. Mike Von Erich defeated "Maniac" Matt Borne at 10:01. Borne removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle but had his own head rammed into the exposed steel leading to the pinfall.

4. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Brian Adidas via Count Out at 8:56. Adidas got into a heated confrontation with Hart OOR and completely lost track of Referee Bronco Lubich's ten count.

5. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Loverboy" Dennis Condrey & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) defeated the Youngbloods (Mark & Chris). Eaton pinned Mark with the Gravedigger (Assisted Powerslam off the 2nd rope) at 12:12.

6. Crusher Yurkoff (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Billy Jack Haynes at 9:14. Hart was once again a menace at ringside. He caught a haymaker from Haynes up on the apron but Yurkoff capitalized on the moment by rolling up Billy Jack from behind for the winning pin.

7. Texas Title Match. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ valet Precious) beat "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) via Count Out at 16:08. Jimmy gave "Ravishing" Rick a DDT on the floor leading to the count out. Garvin wins the Texas Title !
GV - Oct 29, 2012 - 07:54 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 10/29/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 10/29/12 - Owensboro Sports Center, Owensboro, KY. Att: 4,881.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Jess McGrath
Referees: Mark Curtis & Fred Atkins

1. Dixie Dynamite pinned the Stormtrooper with the Confederate Kick (Superkick) at 6:27.

2. "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey (w/ "Ravishing" Randy Rose) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs with a Brainbuster at 5:26.

3. "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia & Jimmy Golden) and Hector Guerrero were DQ'd at 7:04 after both men shoved Referee Mark Curtis down to the mat and went at it toe-to-toe in the middle of the ring.

4. The Kansas Jawhawks ("Hangman" Bobby Jaggers & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) beat the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) at 11:16. Jaggers flew off the 2nd rope with a Clothesline while Dutch elevated Bart in a Bear Hug leading to the pinfall.

5. The match between "Flamboyant" Eric Embry and the Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl Kimberly) was ruled a "No Contest" by Referee Fred Atkins after the DWB laid out Embry with a vicious chair shot from behind prior to the bell.

6. "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin pinned "Filthy" Phil Hickerson with a Diving Sunset Flip off the top rope at 13:36.
GV - Oct 29, 2012 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: Hurricane
Hi Friends,

We're bracing for Hurricane Sandy here in Connecticut. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the storm. Please be safe, take care and God bless !

George
GV - Oct 30, 2012 - 07:06 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 10/30/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 10/30/12 - Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT. Att: 12,673.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: John Benello & Dave Hebner

1. Bad News Brown pinned "Super" Mario Mancini with the Ghetto Blaster (Enziguri Kick) at 5:36.

2. "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware (w/ pet macaw Frankie) over "High Roller" Barry O (from the Fabulous Las Vegas, NV : ) with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 5:25.

3. Zeus (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Hillbilly Jim by DQ at 6:21. Zeus tried to hit Jim with his own lucky horseshoe but ended up blindsiding Referee John Benello with it instead. The big Hillbilly grabbed his horseshoe back and cleaned house of both Zeus and Heenan with it. Benello came to and disqualified Jim when he saw the Hillbilly holding the horseshoe.

4. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine (w/ "Luscious" Johnny V.) over the Junk Yard Dog by Count Out at 9:33. JYD traded punches with Johnny V. on the floor but lost track of Referee Dave Hebner's ten count in the brawl.

5. "King" Harley Race (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) pinned Haku with a handful of tights at 11:13 after crowning him with his scepter while Heenan distracted Referee John Benello. Benello turned around just in time to make the three count.

6. Tag Team Tournament Finals. Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ the "Devious" Mr. Fuji) beat Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart's Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart) at 14:33. Bret was conferring with the Anvil in his corner when Ax gave the duo a mighty Noggin Knocker. Ax then rolled up the staggering Hitman for the winning pinfall. Demolition wins the WWF Tag Team Titles !

7. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper defeated "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) by DQ at 14:55. Virgil was caught red-handed bashing Piper in the head with the Million Dollar Belt. Referee Dave Hebner immediately signaled for the bell.
GV - Oct 31, 2012 - 06:46 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Halloween Havoc Results 10/31/12
WCW/n.W.o. (Circa Mid to Late 90's) Halloween Havoc Pay-Per-View Results 10/31/12. Macon Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 9,211.

Announcers: Mike Tenay, Scott Hudson & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcers: Dave Penzer & Michael Buffer
Referees: Charles Robinson, Mickey Jay & Scott Dickinson

1. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ red karate slippers & Sonny Onoo) over Glacier (w/ chilly reception from the fans) with the Feliner (Spin Kick) at 5:40. Glacier lost valuable points for his less than enthusiastic ring entrance.

2. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Ultimo Dragon beat Rey Mysterio Jr. via Count Out at 8:07. The n.W.o's Syxx (WWF's X-Pac), who had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the bout, got into an altercation with Mysterio on the floor and cost him the match.

3. Hardcore Title Match. The Challenger, "Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay defeated the Champ, Hardcore Hak (ECW's Sandman) at 7:54. Finlay bashed Hak in the head with the Hardcore Championship Belt to score the pinfall. Finlay is the newwwwww Hardcore Champion !

4. Booker T pinned "Diamond" Dallas Page (w/ Kimberly) at 9:38. Mike Awesome came down to ringside and immediately began flirting with Kimberly. An irate DDP had some choice words for him but was rolled up from behind by Booker T for the pinfall during the distraction. After the bout, Page and Awesome battled into the crowd and all the way to the locker room.

5. Old School Street Fight. The bout between "Nature Boy" Ric Flair and his old nemisis "Middle-Aged Crazy" Terry Funk was stopped due to blood by Referee Scott Dickinson at 11:05. Dickinson deemed both men "unable to continue" after they were busted open during the brawl.

6. Tag Team Tournament Match. The n.W.o. 's Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall w/ taser stick) over "Crippler"Chris Benoit & "Iceman" Dean Malenko by DQ at 9:00. Nash tried to toss Hall the taser stick but it was intercepted by Malenko. "The Iceman" gave Hall a jolt with his own weapon much to the delight of the fans but he was disqualified by Referee Charles Robinson in the process.

7. WCW Title Match. Michael "Let's Get Ready To Rumble" Buffer provided the introductions for the Main Event. The Champion, Sting turned back the Challenger, "Macho Madness" Randy Savage (w/ his entourage of women including Gorgeous George, Miss Madness (WWF's Molly Holly) & Madusa Micelli) at 12:47. Savage tapped out to the Scorpion Deathlock (Sharpshooter) after missing the Madness Elbow Drop off the top rope.


Happy Halloween Everyone !
HoustonRules - Nov 01, 2012 - 12:58 AM
Post subject: RE: WCW/n.W.o. Halloween Havoc Results 10/31/12
Seems like you made it through Hurricane Sandy OK, George. Thanks for your response to my attendance query--I'll take what you said into consideration.
GV - Nov 01, 2012 - 10:36 AM
Post subject: RE: WCW/n.W.o. Halloween Havoc Results 10/31/12
You're very welcome, Marty ! We were extremely fortunate to get through Sandy unscathed. Our hearts go out to all those who are experiencing hardship and dealing with the storm's aftermath.

George
GV - Nov 01, 2012 - 10:40 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 11/01/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 11/01/12 - Sioux City Municipal Auditorium, Sioux City, IA. Att: 3,317.

Announcers: Ken Resnick & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: Dale Gagner
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Doug Gilbert

1. Kent Carlson over "The Illustrious" Jonnie Stewart by DQ at 8:30. Jonnie Stewart had pinned Carlson with a suspiciously effective Flying Knee Smash to the jaw off the ropes, but Referee Gary DeRusha detected a foreign object in Stewart's knee pad and reversed his decision.

2. "High Flyer" Greg Gagne sent Tony Leone to la la land with the Gagne Sleeper Hold at 4:21.

3. Paul "Hard Rock" Diamond & "Mr. First Class" Jerry Grey were both counted out by Referee Gary DeRusha as they brawled up the aisle and into the concession stands.

4. David Sammartino defeated Teijo Khan (w/ Soldad Ustinov). Sammartino pinned Teijo with a Powerslam off the ropes at 8:51.

5. Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon over Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) at 11:16. Creatchman was a pest and constantly interferred in this match. Unfortunately, his shenanigans ended up distracting his own man. Vachon was able to capitalize and pin Duncum with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind.

6. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans & Steve "O" Olsonoski defeated the team of "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly & "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski w/ Madusa Micelli) at 10:55. Rheingans pinned Kiniski after the cocky Canadian missed a high risk leap off the top rope and found nothing but canvas.

7. In the Main Event, Jerry "The King" Lawler beat "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Go the Ninja) at 16:35. Larry was whipped into the mysterious Ninja who had climbed up onto the apron with his nunchucks to interfere. Lawler then cradled his dazed opponent for the winning pinfall.
GV - Nov 02, 2012 - 08:04 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 11/02/12
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 11/02/12 - Our Lady of Perpetual Help High School Gymnasium, Brooklyn, NY. Att: 855.

Announcers: Buddy Wagner
Special Guest Ring Announcer: Father Patrick Muldoon
Referee: "Tough" Tony Altimore

1. "Chief" Jay Strongbow over Sylvana Sousa with the Sleeper Hold at 2:00.

2. The bout between "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw and Rocky Tamayo was declared a "No Contest" by Referee Tony Altimore after neither man could get to their feet by the ref's ten count following a violent mid-ring collision.

3. Strong Kobyashi pinned Jose Gonzalez after a Reverse Chop to the throat off the ropes at 7:46.

4. The team of Johnny Rivera & Steve King defeated "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe & "Dynamite" Jack Evans by DQ at 5:20. A frustrated Jack Evans lost his temper and slugged Referee Tony Altimore after a near pinfall on Johnny Rivera to draw the disqualification. "Tough" Tony retaliated with a haymaker of his own and decked Evans much to the delight of the fans : )

5. Dominic Denucci over Baron Mikel Scicluna from the Isle of Malta at 9:27. The Baron used every dirty trick in the book including a hidden foreign object to gain an advantage but it was not enough to defeat his opponent. Denucci pinned Scicluna after an Airplane Spin.

6. Gorilla Monsoon was able to induce a submission from Hans Shroeder in the Main Event with his Manchurian Bear Hug at 10:19.
GV - Nov 03, 2012 - 07:11 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 11/03/12
TNA Results 11/03/12 - Fort Smith Convention Center, Fort Smith, AR. Att: 4,388.

Announcers: Jeremy Borash & Don Callis
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Bruce Gray, Brian Stiffler & Taryn Terrell

1. "That 70's Guy" Joey Ryan (w/ Traci Brooks) over Chad Collyer with the Mustache Ride (Super Swinging Neckbreaker off the top rope) at 3:42.

2. Knockouts Division. Velvet Skye pinned Rosita (w/ Anarquia & Homicide) with her In Yo' Face finisher (Sit Out Double Underhook Facebuster) at 4:21. Knockouts' ref Taryn Terrell had her hands full in keeping Rosita's entourage from interferring in the match.

3. "Alpha Male" Monty Brown beat Jason Cross with the Pounce (Flying Shoulder Tackle off the ropes) at 4:48.

4. The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) over Kid Kash & Gunner by DQ at 10:11. Gunner was caught bashing Stevens over the back with a chair by Referee Brian Stiffler to draw the disqualification.

5. Ron "The Truth" Killings defeated "The Monster" Abyss (w/ Father James Mitchell) at 12:17. Abyss was DQ'd for tossing Referee Bruce Gray out of the ring. After the bout, "The Pope" ran in and laid out Killings with the D'Angelo Dinero Express (Double Knee Smash to back). Abyss added a Black Hole Slam (Spinning Side Slam) for good measure. Father James Mitchell left a brochure advertising "The New Church" on Killings' chest.

6. Steel Cage Main Event. Matt Hardy defeated his brother "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy at 12:48. Matt pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights to KO his brother with a loaded punch and then climbed out of the cage to victory.
GV - Nov 04, 2012 - 07:11 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 11/04/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 11/04/12 - West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL. Att: 4,706.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Buddy Colt

1. Steve Keirn pinned Sir Winston with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes at 2:20.

2. The looney Bugsy McGraw (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Butch Cassidy with his Crazy Legs Elbow Drop at 6:21.

3. Thunderbolt Patterson over Thor the Viking (w/ the devious Sonny King) by DQ at 7:14. Thor was caught punching Thunderbolt with Brass Knuckles that were slipped to him during the match by Sonny King. Referee Buddy Colt immediately called for the bell.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. Nothing was settled between the Spoilers (I & II) and Sonny King's Family (King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc) when Spoiler II and Jos LeDuc were both counted by Referee Buddy Colt at 10:06 as they slugged it out on the floor. The Spoilers were the fan favorites in this match.

5. Ox Baker defeated Ray Candy by Count Out at 11:33. With Referee Scrappy McGowan knocked down in the action, Ox Baker smashed Ray across the back with a fire extinguisher as they battled on the floor. McGowan recovered to put the ten count on Candy.

6. Florida Champion "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes beat Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) in a Non-Title Match. "The Dream" pinned Song with a Piledriver at 11:26.
GV - Nov 05, 2012 - 08:17 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 11/05/12
UWF Results 11/05/12 - Muskogee Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. Att: 5,019.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Michael P.S. Hayes
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Ronnie West & Jerry Usher

1. "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll was less than superb as he went down to Sam Houston's Bulldog at 5:40.

2. "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ Dark Journey) pinned Davey Haskins with his patented Knee Drop at 6:21.

3. Rick Steiner (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) over rookie Shane Douglas by Count Out at 10:32. The youngster gave Steiner all he could handle but in the end he was done in by his own inexperience. Douglas got into a shouting match with Missy Hyatt on the floor and completely lost track of Referee Jerry Usher's ten count.

4. The Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr.) defeated the Sawyers ("Mad Dog" Buzz & brother Brett). Tiger connected with a Leaping Head Butt off the 2nd rope to pin Brett at 7:31.

5. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (w/ 2 x 4) over "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 9:07. Eddie was caught in a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind by Duggan as he was reaching for Hacksaw's 2 x 4 in the corner.

6. In the Main Event, "Dr. Death" Steve Williams beat "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) at 12:40. Bubba was knocked dizzy by an errant tennis racket shot from his annoying manager and then cradled in a Small Package by Dr. Death for the winning pinfall.
statfreak - Nov 05, 2012 - 10:06 AM
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GV, I am greatly enjoying your write-ups, especially the WCCW, AWA, and UWF. Thank you for taking the time to play and share your results with us.
GV - Nov 05, 2012 - 12:40 PM
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My pleasure, statfreak, I'm glad that you are enjoying them ! Thank you for your kind words and feedback : )

George
GV - Nov 06, 2012 - 06:39 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 11/06/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 11/06/12 - Independence Arena, Charlotte, NC. Att: 9,582.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Miss Hancock (Stacy Keibler)
Referees: Nick Patrick & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Adrian Byrd over Meng by DQ at 5:14. Meng had won the match by submission with his Tongan Death Grip but refused to release the hold. Referee Nick Patrick signaled for the disqualification and was then tossed out of the ring. Meng reapplied the hold on Byrd until WCW officials, lead by Head of Security Doug Dillinger, ran into the ring to separate the two.

2. Perry Saturn over Lenny Lane by submission with the Rings of Saturn (Arm Hook Sleeper) at 7:06.

3. Berlyn (w/ The Wall) defeated Prince Iaukea with his Hangman's Neckbreaker at 7:42.

4. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Pepe the Stick Horse) defeated Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) by Count Out at 8:16. The n.W.o.'s Syxx (X-Pac) came down to ringside and once again interferred. Syxx got into a scuffle with Kidman on the floor while Referee Slick Johnson made the ten count. Chavito celebrated his victory by riding Pepe around the ring.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Los Fabulosos (El Dandy & Silver King) upset the West Texas Rednecks (Kendall Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr. w/ Curt Hennig) at 8:44. Hennig tried to bash El Dandy with a cowbell but inadvertently hit Kendall with it instead leading to the pinfall.

6. U.S. Tournament Match. Steve "Mongo" McMichael (w/ Debra) eliminated the n.W.o.'s Scott "Flash" Norton (w/ Vincent) at 12:26. Norton was caught off guard while berating Debra and was rolled up from behind by McMichael for the winning pin.

7. In the Main Event, Goldberg pinned Sid Vicious with the Jackhammer at 12:31 after back dropping out of Sid's Powerbomb attempt.
GV - Nov 07, 2012 - 06:33 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 11/07/12
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 11/07/12 - United Center, Chicago, IL. Att: 12,716.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. Dr. Isaac Yankem over Phil Apollo with the DDS (DDT) at 4:26. After the bout, Yankem walked over to the announcers' table and reminded "The King" that he needed to have a cavity filled this Thursday. The reluctant Lawler said that he would call Yankem's office in the morning to reschedule his appointment.

Heartbreak Hotel segment with host Shawn Michaels

Michaels' guest was "President" Bob Backlund who wore a gray suit with red bow tie and waved a small American flag. Backlund insisted that he had gathered enough votes to win yesterday's Presidential Election "by a comfortable margin" and that a recount has been ordered by Congress to substantiate his claim. HBK pointed to his head with a swirling motion to end the segment as Backlund shook hands with ringsiders and thanked them for their support.

2. "Native American" Tatanka pinned Rad Radford with a Leaping Tomahawk Chop to the head off the top rope at 5:42.

3. Demented "President" Bob Backlund defeated Max Moon by submission with his Crossface Chicken Wing at 8:39. Backlund refused to release the hold until Moon screamed "I quit, Mr. Backlund !!" After the bout, Backlund stared at his hands in disbelief and pleaded with them to be more merciful to his opponents. McMahon and Lawler puzzled over the bizarre transformation that Backlund has undergone over his wrestling career.

4. Men on a Mission (Mo & Mabel w/ rapping manager Oscar) defeated Harvey Whippleman's team of Well Dunn (Timothy Well & Steven Dunn) at 9:17. Big Mabel crushed Dunn with the Hip Hop Drop (Double Team Spiked Splash) for the pinfall.

5. Irwin R. Shyster (w/ steel briefcase and The Million Dollar Man) over Crush by submission with The Penalty (STF) at 9:14.

6. "Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels defeated Marty Jannetty at 11:42. With Jannetty taking the fight to him, the wily Michaels resorted to some devious chicanery. HBK halted the match by grabbing the house mic and offered to reform the popular "Rockers" Tag Team with Jannetty. Jannetty motioned to the crowd for their reaction and the fans roared in approval. The two men shook hands on it. Michaels turned to hand the microphone back to Howard Finkel and then leveled Jannetty with the Sweet Chin Music Superkick for the winning pinfall.

7. WWF Championship Tournament Finals. Bret "The Hitman" Hart vs. the Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer & Urn). A hard fought contest that saw Bret's technical proficiency being offset by the 'Taker's size and brute force. Paul Bearer intervened in the match and tossed the urn into the ring for the Undertaker to use as a weapon but the Hitman spied it first and gave the Deadman a spiked Piledriver onto the object to score the pinfall at 15:50. Bret Hart wins the WWF Title !!
GV - Nov 08, 2012 - 07:43 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 11/08/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 11/08/12 - Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV. Att: 8,602.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Robarb Jones

1. Big Josh (w/ Axe Handle) over "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with the Northern Exposure (Sit Down Splash) at 3:45.

2. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) pinned Chuck Coats with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot) at 3:06.

3. Zan Panzer went down to defeat at the hands of "Rap Master" P.N. News and his Broken Record finisher (Diving Splash off the top rope) at 4:49.

4. "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan Koloff & Russian Chain) pinned Marcus Alexander Bagwell after a Low Blow at 9:06.

5. The Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Haynes & Jimmy "Jam" Garvin w/ Big Daddy Dink) at 11:41. Arn snuck into the ring and planted Jimmy Jam with a Spinebuster while Referee Robarb Jones was sending Michael Hayes back to his corner. Jones turned around just in time to find Eaton covering Garvin and made the three count.

6. "Flying" Brian Pillman over Cactus Jack (w/ Abdullah the Butcher & Kendo Stick) at 10:20. Pillman pinned Cactus after an errant Kendo Stick shot to Jack's noggin by Abdullah. After the bout, Cactus and Abdullah brawled all the way back to the dressing room.

7. WCW Championship Tournament Finals. "The Total Package" Lex Luger vs. "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham. Windham slingshotted himself into the ring from the apron with a Sunset Flip on his opponent but Luger grabbed the top rope to keep his balance. Referee "Pee Wee" Anderson kicked Luger's hand off the rope allowing Barry to get him over for the winning pin at 13:56. A furious Lex Luger berated Anderson while Windham celebrated in the ring. Barry Windham is the WCW Champion !!
GV - Nov 09, 2012 - 06:29 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 11/09/12
WCCW Results 11/09/12 - The Oil Palace, Tyler, TX. Att: 6,169.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Marvin Jones

1. The popular South African Steve Simpson pinned "Cowboy" Tony Falk with a Flying Cross Body Press off the top rope at 5:15. Prior to the match, Tony tried to show off his cowboy skills with a lasso but got himself badly tangled up in the rope. The crowd booed and jeered earning Tony some heel points.

2. "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ rusty chain) over the Zulu Warrior (w/ war paint & spear) with a Leg Drop off the 2nd rope at 7:47.

3. "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gorgeous Gino Hernandez (w/ Nicola Roberts) defeated Johnny Mantel with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope at 7:00.

4. "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) pinned "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) with his Bulldog finisher at 7:28. Cornette had words with Sunshine at ringside and got a slap across the face for his trouble much to the delight of the fans.

5. The Fantastics (Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton) over the Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko B. Ware) at 11:32. Bobby Fulton pinned Norvell Austin with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Splash off the top rope) at 11:32.

6. In the Main Event, "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich over Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 9:49. Hart tried to bash Von Erich in the head with his shoe but inadvertently hit his own man instead. Khan staggered right into a Discus Punch from Kerry leading to the pinfall.
GV - Nov 10, 2012 - 07:04 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 11/10/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 11/10/12 - Frankfort Convention Center, Frankfort, KY. Att: 3,760.

Announcers: Lance Russell & Jess McGrath
Ring Announcer: Billy Powell
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Rudy Charles

1. "Prime Time" Brian Lee beat Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster with the Cancellation (Overhead Backbreaker Drop) at 6:10.

2. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes over "Hollywood" Bob Holly by DQ at 8:41. Holly wrapped his cashmere scarf around Dukes throat and choked him out on the mat. Referee Rudy Charles called for the disqualification when Holly refused to break on his five count.

3. Miss Sylvia's Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden) defeated the Gibson Brothers (Robert & Ricky) at 9:08. Sylvia reached into the ring and tripped Robert Gibson as he bounded off the ropes. He stumbled right into Fuller's Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) for the pinfall.

4. Billy Joe Travis and "Gentleman" Ken Timbs were both counted out by Referee Tommy Weathers at 8:25 as they slugged it out on the floor.

5. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner beat "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ Cousin Pat Rose) at 11:03. Pat tried to smash Hoerner with a tire iron but accidently hit his own cousin with it instead leading to the pin.

6. "Dr. D." David Schultz defeated Tommy "Wildfire" Rich by technicality due to blood. With Referee Rudy Charles knocked down in the action, Schultz found Pat Rose's tire iron on the floor and busted Wildfire open with the weapon. Charles recovered and deemed Tommy unable to continue at 10:53 after examining the wound.
GV - Nov 11, 2012 - 06:55 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 11/11/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 11/11/12 - St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Att: 11,085.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Robert Warren & Gary DeRusha

1. Pete Sanchez submitted to Baron Von Raschke's dreaded Iron Claw Hold at 4:03.

2. Ladies Tournament Match. Texas "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter over Judy Martin by DQ at 6:13. Martin was caught by Referee Gary DeRusha bashing Wendi with Ring Announcer Larry Nelson's microphone to draw the disqualification.

3. "Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) pinned Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris with his Las Vegas Jackpot DDT at 6:48. The pudgy Rose drew a lot of heat from the crowd during his ring entrance to earn heel points. Sherri had to cover the Playboy's ears with her hands as the fans chanted "Pillsbury Dough Boy!"

4. The Long Riders ("Wild" Bill & Scott "Hog" Irwin) over the team of Jake "The Milkman" Milliman & Tom "Rocky" Stone at 6:44. The Long Riders ran roughshod over their opponents in this one-sided tag contest. "Wild" Bill planted Stone with a Superplex off the top and then tagged in big brother Scott who finished things with a huge Flying Leg Drop.

5. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal defeated "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski via Count Out at 10:50. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers wandered out to ringside and immediately interjected himself into the action as Regal and Steve O battled on the floor. Debeers hit Olsonoski in the head with his swagger stick while Mr. Electricity kept Referee Gary DeRusha occupied. Steve O could not get back in the ring in time to make DeRusha's ten count.

6. "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell & Ali Khan (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) were both counted out in a wild brawl around ringside at 9:01. After the bell, El-Kaisee jumped on Jerry's back and choked out the big man with his Arabian tunic. Help arrived from the back in the form of the goose-stepping Baron Von Raschke who cleaned house with a folding chair.

7. In the Main Event, "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter over Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Ray "The Crippler" Stevens) at 16:29. With Referee Robert Warren down on the mat, Stevens tried to bash the Sarge with a hidden foreign object but ended up hitting Bockwinkel with it instead. The woozy Bockwinkel staggered around the ring and was leveled by the Slaughter Cannon (Flying Clothesline off the 2nd rope). Robert Warren recovered to count the pin.

AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn announced that Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee & Ali Khan would meet Crusher Blackwell & Baron Von Rashke in a Tag Team match next week.
GV - Nov 12, 2012 - 10:07 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 11/12/12
Spike TV & ShopTNA.com presents TNA Impact 11/12/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,422.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Mike Posey, Jamie Tucker & Taryn Terrell


*Opening Fireworks*


Impact GM Hulk Hogan & Kurt Angle are walking backstage together. They enter Hogan's office and find TNA Champion Jeff Jarrett sitting with his feet up on Hogan's desk strumming his guitar. Jarrett's Championship Belt is propped up proudly on the desk.


Jarrett: "It's about time you got here, Mr. General Manager. I'm still waitin' on that Mr. Wrasslin' III apology that you owe me. Don't think I forgot that, Hogan. Oh, and Kurt, seein' as how you're here, I'll be expectin' an apology from you, too."


Angle is spitting mad but the Hulkster intervenes. "Hold on, Brother, I got this," he says to the Olympic Gold Medalist.


Hogan: "You know, Jeff, you're absolutely right. I do owe you an apology, Brother, in fact, I owe you two apologies. First off, I'm a big enough man to admit that I was wrong about the whole Mr. Wrestling III thing, okay ? My bad, Dude. Matt Hardy had us all fooled on that one, so I'm sorry about that. And secondly, Brother, I forgot to tell you that you'll be facing my cyborg here, Kurt Angle, in the Main Event tonight, so my bad again, Dude."


Jarrett hits a sour note on his guitar and stares at the Hulkster in disbelief.


Hogan: "He's the Number One Contender and you're putting the belt on the line, Dude. It's you and Angle tonight for the gold."


Jarrett jumps up from the chair and begins to storm out the door. Hogan grabs his guitar away from him on the way out.


Hogan: "Oh yeah, one more thing, Brother. I play guitar, too, so I'm gonna borrow this for a while. You can have it back after the match."


Jarrett is furious. "You think you hold all the cards in the deck, Hogan ? Well, there may be a wild card or two that you don't know about."


Jarrett turns to leave when Kurt Angle grabs him by the arm. Angle takes the Championship Belt off Hogan's desk and tosses it to Jarrett. "Don't forget to bring this to the ring with you later on tonight, Jeff. I'm gonna be looking for it after our match is over."


Angle smiles as Jarrett storms out of the office.


1. X Division. Jerry Lynn defeated Zema Ion (w/ can of hairspray) at 7:07. X Division Champ Austin Aries came down to ringside to scout the match. Ion had words with Aries and was rolled up from behind by Jerry Lynn for the pinfall.


2. Gutcheck Knockouts' Match. TNA hopeful Taeler Hendrix, in her bid for an Impact contract, was pinned by Angelina Love with the Lights Out (Lifting Reverse STO) at 5:34. Her fate now lies in the hands of judges Bruce Pritchard, Al Snow & Tazz who will render their decision next week.


3. "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan (w/ "That 70's Guy" Joey Ryan) over Orlando Jordan at 6:23. Jordan got into it with Joey Ryan on the floor and was counted out by Referee Mike Posey during the altercation. Jordan was about to level Ryan when he was spun around and laid out with Morgan's Carbon Footprint (Yakuza Kick).


4. Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez (w/ Sarita) beat "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian. Chavo pinned Daniels with the Frog Splash off the top rope at 10:51.


5. "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe defeated "Cowboy" James Storm at 11:00. "Alpha Male" Monty Brown, who had joined Mike Tenay and Tazz to provide guest commentary for the match, got into a shouting match with James Storm and called the Cowboy a "Redneck Hillbilly from Tennessee". Brown then rushed the ring but was knocked off the apron by Storm's Last Call Superkick. The distraction allowed Samoa Joe to pin Storm with a Schoolboy Rollup from behind to win the match.


6. TNA Championship Match. The Champ, "King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett (without guitar) vs. Number One Contender "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle. The Challenger caught the Champ with a trio of rolling German Suplexes but knocked Referee Jamie Tucker down to the canvas in the process. Angle then pulled down the straps of his singlet and clamped on the Ankle Lock right in the middle of the ring. Trapped with no where to go and in excruciating pain, Jarrett tapped out but Tucker was still incapacitated on the mat. Jarrett's wife (and Angle's ex-wife) Karen suddenly ran into the ring and bashed her ex-husband in the head with the TNA Championship belt. She draped her husband's arm over Angle's chest as the woozy Tucker crawled over to count the pin. Jeff Jarrett retains the TNA Title.
GV - Nov 13, 2012 - 08:21 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 11/13/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 11/13/12 - ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA. Att: 12,773.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Billy Silverman & Charles Robinson

1. Bobby Blaze over Scotty Riggs (w/ Raven) by DQ at 4:54. Bobby Blaze was a handful and gave the overconfident Riggs all he could handle. Raven slugged Referee Billy Silverman to prevent him from making the three count after Blaze connected with a Northern Lights Suplex.

2. Big Al Greene was disqualified by Referee Charles Robinson for bringing a garbage can lid into the ring and smashing it over the head of "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus at 7:56.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. The n.W.o.'s Syxx (w/ Scott Hall & taser stick) defeated Psicosis by DQ after Billy Kidman ran down to ringside, swiped Hall's taser stick and zapped Syxx in the ring with it. Kidman was recently eliminated from the tournament via count out after brawling with Syxx on the floor during a match against Chavo Guerrero Jr. After the bout, Psicosis had words with Kidman for costing him the match.

4. Hardcore Match. The Wall vs. Brian Knobbs. The ring was strewn with various weapons and objects. Knobbs grabbed a folding chair to use but had it smashed into his own face with a running Yakuza Kick from the Wall leading to the pinfall at 9:03.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Natural Born Thrillers' Perfect Event ("Perfect" Shawn Stasiak & "The Event" Chuck Palumbo w/ "Above Average" Mike Sanders) eliminated the Badlanders (Crowbar & David Flair w/ Daffney Unger) at 8:20. Mike Sanders smashed Crowbar across the back with the time keeper's bell OOR while Stasiak kept Referee Billy Silverman occupied. Unaware of Sanders' shenanigans, Silverman put the ten count on the KO'd Crowbar.

6. U.S. Tournament Match. Raven (w/ Scotty Riggs) defeated "Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner at 12:16. With Referee Charles Robinson knocked down in the action, Riggs slid a folding chair into the ring for Raven to use. Raven set up the chair and then sent Steiner face-first into it with a Drop Toe Hold before finishing him off with the Evenflow DDT. Robinson recovered to make the three count.

7. Grudge Match. Diamond Dallas Page (w/ wife Kimberly) over "Career Killer" Mike Awesome by DQ at 15:07. This was a Pier Six Brawl. An enraged DDP sought revenge for Awesome flirting with his wife at the Halloween Havoc pay-per-view in Macon, GA and costing him his match against Booker T. Page beat Awesome from pillar to post before finally hitting his Diamond Cutter finisher. Incredibly, Kimberly Page ran into the ring and jumped on Referee Billy Silverman to prevent him from making the three count. DDP immediately confronted her in the ring and was maced by his own wife ! The blinded DDP staggered right into an Awesome Bomb (Running Powerbomb) from his opponent and was laid out on the mat. Awesome and Kimberly then embraced before leaving the ring together.
GV - Nov 14, 2012 - 06:40 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 11/14/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 11/14/12 - Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 11,915.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mel Phillips
Referees: Dick Woehrle & John Benello

1. "The African Dream" Akeem (w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick) defeated "Jamming" Joe Mirto with Air Africa (Big Splash) at 5:23.

2. "Red Rooster" Terry Taylor defeated Terry Gibbs by Count Out at 5:03. Gibbs got tangled up in the TV crew's cords and cables as the two men battled on the floor. Gibbs could not free himself in time to make Referee John Benello's ten count.

3. The man from the Everglades, Skinner (with nasty chewing tobacco) pinned "Leaping" Lanny Poffo with the Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) at 5:10.

4. "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) and Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim) were both counted out by Dick Woehrle as they slugged it out on the floor at 10:57.

5. Power & Glory (Hercules Hernandez & Paul Roma w/ Slick) defeated the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques & Raymond) at 8:43. Slick tripped Raymond with his walking stick as the Rougeau Brother was bounding off the ropes. Roma then pounced on his fallen opponent with a Diving Splash off the top rope for the winning pinfall.

6. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper sent Virgil to la la land with a Sleeper Hold at 11:55. After the bout, "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase ran into the ring and blindsided Piper with the Million Dollar Belt. Dibiase then stuffed a couple of c-notes into the KO'd Piper's mouth before helping Virgil to the back.

7. Intercontinental Tournament Match. The Honkytonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) eliminated Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka at 14:00. Peggy Sue was an even bigger nuisance at ringside than Jimmy Hart. Snuka grabbed her by the hair and pulled the bobby soxer up to the apron only to be rolled up from behind by the Honkytonk Man in the process for the pin.
GV - Nov 15, 2012 - 06:32 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 11/15/12
UWF Results 11/15/12 - Shreveport Municipal Auditorium, Shreveport, LA. Attn: 3,769.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Carl Fergie

1. Steve "Do It To It" Cox over Mike "Hammer" Reed by DQ at 1:46. Reed was caught pulling brass knucks out of his tights and slugging Cox with them by Referee Tommy Gilbert to draw the disqualification.

2. "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) pinned Art Crews after the Hot Shot at 6:21.

3. Devastation Incorporated's Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) pinned the Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) at 7:30. Akbar bashed the Angel in the head with Ring Announcer's Reeser Bowden's microphone while Sunshine was complaining to Referee Tommy Gilbert about Brown's tactics. Gilbert turned around to find Brown covering the Angel and counted the pin.

4. Savannah Jack defeated "Timekeeper" Mike George at 8:51 after reversing a smash with George's clock and then finishing off his woozy opponent with the Superkick.

5. The Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Sir Jonathan Boyd and New Zealand Flag) beat Los Guerreros (Chavo & Mando Guerrero) at 9:35. The Sheepherders combined for a Double Team Gutbuster on Chavo behind Referee Carl Fergie's back while Fergie was sending Mando back to his corner. Fergie turned around to find Miller covering Chavo and made the three count.

6. Ted Dibiase over "Fabulous Freebird" Michael P.S. Hayes (w/ fellow Freebird Buddy Jack Roberts) by Count Out at 9:36. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Dibiase gave the two Freebirds a mighty Noggin Knocker OOR. Hayes could not shake out the cowebs in time to make Referee Tommy Gilbert's ten count.

7. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Sunshine) at 12:22. Akbar slipped a hidden foreign object into Murdoch's hand while "Dirty" Dick was feigning an injury in the corner. Murdoch spun around and decked Adams with a loaded punch before finishing him off with his Delayed Brainbuster.
GV - Nov 16, 2012 - 06:36 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 11/16/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 11/16/12 - Jacksonville Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL. Att: 9,295.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Bill Alphonso & "Coach" John Heath

1. The Missouri Mauler pinned Phil Mercado with a Powerslam at 3:59.

2. "All-American" Bob Roop over Herb Calvert with his Shoulderbreaker finisher at 3:21.

3. Don Muraco made Sweet Brown Sugar submit to his Figure Four Leglock at 9:22. After the bout, Muraco continued to apply the pressure until Jack Brisco ran into the ring to break the hold. Muraco pointed a menacing finger at Brisco as the two former friends had some choice words for one another.

4. Rocky Johnson defeated the Beautiful Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) with a High Flying Drop Kick to the chops off the ropes at 9:12. After the bout, Humperdink ran into the ring and also received a Drop Kick from Johnson for his trouble.

5. Ox Baker pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights to KO Jerry Brisco for the winning pinfall at 8:55. After the bout, Jack Brisco ran into the ring to attend to his brother. Jack was berating Referee Bill Alphonso for missing the loaded punch when he was suddenly blindsided by a berserk Don Muraco. Both Muraco and Baker put the boots to the Briscos until Steve Keirn and Mike Graham made the save.

6. In the Main Event, "Killer" Karl Kox & Lars Anderson (w/ mysterious sack of coins) over Steve Keirn & Mike Graham by Count Out at 11:43. Kox tossed Mike Graham out of the ring and distracted Referee Bill Alphonso while his partner Lars Anderson smashed Graham in the head with the money bag. Graham was out cold on the floor as Alphonso put the ten count on him.
GV - Nov 17, 2012 - 07:14 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 11/17/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 11/17/12 - UTC Arena, Chattanooga, TN. Att: 8,839.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Nick Patrick & Teddy "Peanut Head" Long

1. "The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor (w/ Alexandra York, laptop computer & "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes) pinned Randy Barber with the Five Arm (Flying Forearm Smash off the ropes) at 4:00.

2. "Inmate No. 3260" Death Row submitted to El Gigante's Claw Hold at 7:06.

3. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) defeated the Texicans (Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce). Scotty pinned Slazenger with the Frankensteiner at 6:18. Shanghai ran into the ring to try and break up the pin but was intercepted by a Steinerline (Clothesline) from the "Dog-Faced Gremlin".

4. TV Title Match. The Champ, Johnny B. Badd, turned back the Challenger "Z Man" Tom Zenk in a see-saw contest at 10:07. Badd scored the winning pinfall with a Diving Sunset Flip off the top rope after Zenk had missed a corner charge.

5. "All-American" Ron Simmons defeated "Dangerous" Dan Spivey (w/ Sid Vicious) at 11:15. With Referee Teddy Long down on the mat, Spivey held Ron Simmons from behind for a chair shot by his "Sky Scrapers" tag team partner Sid Vicious. Simmons was able to break free at the last second and Spivey took the chair shot over the head instead. Long recovered to count the pin on the KO'd Spivey.

6. The dysfunctional tag team of Abdullah the Butcher and Cactus Jack faced off against one another in a brutal and bloody Steel Cage Match to settle their differences. Cactus appeared to have the match won after he planted his partner with a Double Arm DDT and began climbing out. Abdullah was able to get to his feet, however, and shake the cage wall causing Jack to lose his footing and tumble back down to the canvas. Abdullah then landed the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) on Jack before exiting through the cage door to win the match at 9:22. After the bout, Abdullah threw Cactus over his shoulder like a sack of potatoes and carried him to the back.

7. In the Main Event, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat defeated "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously). Larry spent most of the match stalling in the ring, arguing with Referee Nick Patrick, and walking around ringside jawing with the fans. In the end, Zybyszko went down to Steamboat's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 15:08.
GV - Nov 18, 2012 - 06:52 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 11/18/12
WWWF Results (Circa mid to Late 70's) 11/18/12 - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 12,880.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Antonino Rocca
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Dick Kroll, John Stanley & Gilberto Roman

1. Mr. Fuji (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated Lee Wong from Hong Kong with the Kamikaze Clothesline off the ropes at 3:18.

2. Gypsy Rodriguez submitted to Pedro Morales' Boston Crab at 4:54.

3. Tor Kamata (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) pinned "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw with both bare feet on the ropes for leverage after McGraw missed a charge and ran full steam into the corner turnbuckle at 4:14.

4. "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd (w/ taped thumb and the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) over "Irish" Pat Barrett at 8:32. Ladd grabbed Pat Barrett in a side headlock, turned away from Referee Gilberto Roman, and quickly jabbed the taped thumb into his opponent's throat. Barrett crumpled to the canvas clutching his throat as Ladd covered him for the three count. After the bout, Barrett insisted that Roman examine the Big Cat's controversial thumb but Ladd fled the ring.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Captain Louis Albano's Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) defeated the team of Dino Bravo & Dominic Denucci by Count Out at 10:32. Sika was able to side step Dominic Denucci's charge OOR. Denucci crashed shoulder-first into the ring post and could not recover in time to make Referee Dick Kroll's ten count.

6. "Polish Power" Ivan Putski defeated Killer Kowalski (w/ the Grand Wizard) by DQ at 11:16. The Wizard was caught slipping a money clip into Kowalski's hand by Referee John Stanley to draw the disqualification. Kowalski laid out his opponent with a loaded punch and then swiped a ring of Polish Kielbasa that Putski had brought to the ring with him from Nick Varano's Famous Deli on Cross Street in Boston.

7. WWWF Tournament Match. Bruno Sammartino eliminated "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 21:34. Sammartino was able to induce a submission from Koloff after catching his opponent in a Bear Hug off the ropes.
GV - Nov 19, 2012 - 08:05 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 11/19/12
TNA Results 11/19/12 - Freedom Hall, Johnson City, TN. Att: 7,062.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & Jeremy Borash
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Earl Hebner, Scott James & Taryn Terrell

* Opening Fireworks *

1. X Division. Homicide (w/ Anarquia & Attorney Joseph Park, Esq.) defeated Kenny King with Da Gringo Killa (Vertebreaker) at 6:00. Prior to the match, Attorney Joseph Park entered the ring with a clipboard of documents for Referee Earl Hebner to sign. Park claimed that the paperwork was to insure that his client would receive "fair and unbiased treatment" from the referee. Homicide has alleged that he has been discriminated against by TNA officials because of his Latino heritage.

2. Knockouts' Division. "Hardcore Country" Mickie James over Miss Tessmacher by DQ at 9:28. Knockouts' Ref Taryn Terrell called for the bell when Miss Tessmacher's T.N.T. tag team partner Tara came down to ringside, removed her knee brace and blatantly smashed Mickie James in the head with it. Tessmacher threw her hands up in the air and got into a shouting match with Tara in the middle of the ring. Terrell was finally able to separate the two before the confrontation could escalate.

3. Eric Young (w/ wife ODB and bucket of KFC chicken) beat "Prime Time" Elix Skipper at 7:06. With Referee Scott James knocked down in the action, Young cradled Skipper in a Small Package. TNA Official Simon Diamond suddenly ran in and reversed the cradle only to have ODB run in and re-reverse it after Diamond exited the ring. Scott James recovered to count the pin for EY. Impact announcers Jeremy Borash & Todd Keneley pondered why Diamond would interfere in the match.


Backstage Segment - TNA Owner Dixie Carter's Office

Dixie looks absolutely furious with Simon Diamond. TNA Senior VP Bruce Prichard scolds Diamond for his actions. Prichard calls it a "conflict of interest" for TNA personnel to interject themselves into a match with the intent of altering the outcome. Diamond just stands there with a smirk on his face and says nothing in his defense. After the tongue lashing, Diamond opens the door to leave Dixie's office. We see a startled Attorney Joseph Park jump back in surprise after eavesdropping by the keyhole. Park stumbles down the hallway and bumps into Eric Young and ODB. Eric reaches into the KFC bucket for a piece of fried chicken, pulls out a handful of bones and frowns while ODB pats her belly and burps.


4. Crimson over David Young by Count Out at 7:58. With Young and Crimson battling on the floor, Simon Diamond once again came down to ringside and tried to smash Crimson over the head with a folding chair. Crimson was able to duck at the last second causing David Young to take the full brunt of the chair shot instead. Referee Earl Hebner put the ten count on the KO'd Young while Diamond fled to the back.


Gutcheck Decision

Jeremy Borash calls Impact hopeful Taeler Hendrix out to the ring and introduces the three TNA judges: Al Snow, Bruce Prichard, and Frank Coutinho. (Frank is subbing for his good friend Tazz who is feeling under the weather tonight and recuperating at home in Red Hook, NY with a bowl of chicken noodle soup).

Al Snow was impressed with Taeler's speed and athleticism, but felt that she was still too green for TNA. Al votes "No". Bruce Prichard looks like his mind is preoccupied with Simon Diamond's shenanigans, however he said that he saw enough potential in Hendrix to vote "Yes" and quickly hands the mic over to Frank Coutinho. Frank weighs out the pros and cons of Taeler's performance as we watch clips from her Gutcheck Match last week when she was defeated by Angelina Love. Taeler is pacing nervously in suspense. Frank pauses thoughtfully to add more drama to the moment, and then gives her the thumbs up. Taeler is ecstatic ! She hugs all three judges and jumps around the ring waving to the fans ! Taeler Hendrix is now a member of the Impact Knockouts' Roster.


5. Backstage Assault !! The scheduled tag match of Orlando Jordan & Ron "The Truth" Killings vs."The Blueprint" Matt Morgan & "That 70's Guy" Joey Ryan never took place. Jordan & Killings were jumped by their opponents and laid out in a vicious backstage beatdown. We see medical personnel rushing onto the scene to attend to them.


6. Grudge match. "Cowboy" James Storm vs. "Alpha Male" Monte Brown. Storm was dubiously DQ'd by Referee Earl Hebner at 12:35 after being caught holding Brown's brass knucks. Brown had pulled the knucks from his tights to deliver a loaded punch but dropped them when he turned around into a Last Call Superkick from the Cowboy. Storm scooped up the weapon to show Earl Hebner and was promptly disqualified. As Storm protested Hebner's decision in the ring, Monte Brown grabbed a microphone and shouted, "Sorry about your damn luck, Cowboy !"


Backstage Segment - TNA Owner Dixie Carter's Office

Bruce Prichard hands Simon Diamond a pink slip and asks TNA Head of Security D'Lo Brown to escort him out of the building. There's a knock at the door and Attorney Joseph Park enters the room. Dixie is about to have him thrown out as well when Park produces a document from his briefcase showing that he is on retainer to legally represent Simon. Park then hands Dixie another document. It is an offical TNA Manager's Licence Certificate. Dixie looks it over, shakes her head in disgust and passes it over to Bruce Prichard. "Let him go, D'Lo," Prichard says, "It seems that Mr. Diamond is now a manager here in TNA." Prichard hands the Manager's License back to Diamond. Diamond laughs and leaves with Attorney Park. On the way out they meet up with Elix Skipper and David Young who Simon refers to as his "Diamonds in the Rough".


7. In the Main Event, Rob Van Dam over "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles via Count Out at 12:42. A see-saw contest of high flying acrobatics that featured several near pinfalls was spoiled when Father James Mitchell came down to ringside and made a nuisance of himself by heckling Styles and spouting off jibberish about his "New Church". Styles lost his temper and chased Mitchell up the ramp and to the back where "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero and "The Monster" Abyss were waiting in ambush. Dinero clobbered A.J. with his TV Championship Belt while Mitchell, in his signature red suit and black shirt, cackled in approval. Abyss then picked up Styles and Chokeslammed him through a nearby table. Mitchell stuffed a brochure for "The New Church" in Styles limp hand as the unholy trio walked away.
GV - Nov 20, 2012 - 07:50 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 11/20/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 11/20/12 - Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, AL. Att: 7,004.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Jimmy Jett & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Fatal Four Way. La Parka vs. Hector Garza vs. Ciclope vs. Super Calo. Typical high flying Luchador contest with several near pinfalls. Garza wins it at 5:13 with a Standing Moonsault on Super Calo.

2. "Mr. World Class" Chip Minton defeated Scott Putski by Count Out at 6:07. Disco Inferno came down to ringside chanting "Polish Power !" and mimicking Putski's father Ivan with various muscle poses. Scott took the bait and chased Disco back to the dressing room as Referee Mark Johnson put the ten count on him.

3. "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ the Insane Clown Posse) pinned "Hard Work" Bobby Walker at 7:46. Vampiro caught his opponent with a Spin Kick to the chops and added a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.

Backstage Segment - WCW GM Eric Bischoff's Office

A distraut and irate Diamond Dallas Page is being consoled by fellow New Jersey Triad member Chris Kanyon as they wait for Bischoff to arrive. DDP says that he can't believe Kimberly would walk out on him for Mike Awesome. He throws some furniture around the room and puts his fist through a sheetrock wall. Kanyon is trying to calm him down but DDP is consumed with anger.


4. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Evan Karagias (w/ "Sugar" Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) eliminated "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera at 8:05. This was pretty much a three-against-one handicap match as Referee Jimmy Jett had his hands full in trying to prevent Helms and Moore from interferring. Juvy lost his temper with all the blatant cheating and refused to break clean on a corner beatdown of Karagias. Jett signaled for the DQ after his five count went ignored by Guerrera.

Backstage Segment - Outside Parking Lot

A limo pulls up to the Von Braun Civic Center. The chauffeur opens the door and Eric Bischoff steps out. We catch a quick glimpse of a lady in the back seat before the chaueffeur shuts the door. The woman appears to be Kimberly Page. The limo speeds off into the night as Bischoff heads for his office.


5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The dark horse team of High Voltage (Kenny Kaos & Robbie Rage) could not continue their string of upsets as they went down to defeat at the hands of the n.W.o.'s Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall) at 9:21. Robbie Rage was caught holding Scott Hall's taser stick after Nash tried to toss it into the ring for his partner to use. Referee Slick Johnson signaled for the DQ.

Backstage Segment - Outside WCW GM Eric Bischoff's Office

We hear a shouting match inside between Bischoff and DDP. Words are being beeped out in a tirade of profanity. WCW Head of Security Doug Dillinger and several security guards suddenly rush past the cameraman and barge into Bischoff's office. DDP has to be forcibly removed. He is demanding a match with Mike Awesome as security drags him away.


6. U.S. Tournament Match. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ valet Midajah) and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper were both DQ'd by Referee Jimmy Jett in a wild brawl that spilled out onto the floor and into the crowd.

7. WCW Championship Non-Title Match. The Champion, Sting (w/ Black & White Face Paint, Jungle Yell and Baseball Bat) defeated "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (w/ Guitar, "Slap Nuts" T-Shirt & Vince Russo) by DQ at 13:06. With Referee Mark Johnson down on the mat and Jarrett caught in the Scorpion Deathlock, Russo ran into the ring and bashed Sting across the back with his own baseball bat to break the submission hold. As Sting stumbled to his feet to get his hands on Russo, Jarrett snuck up from behind and smashed his guitar over the Stinger's head. Jarrett then covered his KO'd opponent for the pin but Mark Johnson saw the guitar shot and signaled for the disqualification instead.
GV - Nov 21, 2012 - 07:36 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 11/21/12
WCCW Results 11/21/12 - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX. Att: 11,262.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. Billy Jack Haynes over Thor by submission with the Full Nelson at 2:43.

2. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) defeated Spike Huber with the Rude Awakening (Hangman's Neckbreaker) at 5:21.

3. "Chief" Mark Youngblood over "Wild" Bill Irwin in controversial fashion at 7:16. The Chief connected with a leaping Tomahawk Chop to the head off the top rope and then covered his opponent for the pin. Irwin managed to get a foot on the bottom rope during Referee Bronco Lubich's three count but it went undetected. "Wild" Bill threw a fit of protest in the ring but Bronco's decision stood.

4. Brian Adidas over "Latin Hearthtrob" Al Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) with his Russian Legsweep finisher at 12:14.

5. Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ valet Nicola Roberts) defeated Iceman King Parsons at 10:14. Nicola pulled the Iceman's foot out from under him as Parsons was suplexing Jake back into the ring from the apron. Roberts fell on top of his opponent and secured the pin with a foot on the ropes for leverage.

6. In the Main Event, "Playboy" Gary Hart's wild tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & "Maniac" Mark Lewin defeated "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich & brother Kevin Von Erich by DQ at 13:33. Abdullah pulled a fork from his tights and busted Kerry's forehead open with the weapon. A furious Kevin entered the ring and pried the fork from Abdullah's hand to save his brother from further damage. Unfortunately for the Von Erichs, Referee David Manning caught Kevin holding the fork and signaled for the disqualification.
GV - Nov 22, 2012 - 08:36 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 11/22/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) Super Clash Thanksgiving Holiday Spectacular 11/22/12 - Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI. Att: 11,833.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Marty Miller, Larry Lisowski & Scott Ledoux

1. "Sensei" Pat Tanaka (w/ Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll) defeated "TNT" D.J. Peterson by Count Out at 5:03. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Page interjected himself into the fracas and was decked by a haymaker from D.J. much to the delight of the fans. Unfortunately for Peterson, Referee Marty Miller was putting the ten count on him during the scuffle.

2. Ladies Tournament Match. Candi Devine pinned Wynona Littleheart with a Flying Cross Body Press at 6:02 to advance in the tournament.

3. AWA TV Title Match. Champion Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) put his title on the line against "California Kid" Tommy Jammer (w/ Beach Boys Surf Music). These two have met once before and wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw in Las Vegas back in September. The Champ pinned Jammer with his Saito Suplex (Back Suplex) at 6:40 to retain the title.

4. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers over "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski at 7:55. The shady Debeers pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and slugged Olsonoski in the head with it while Steve O was lifting the Colonel up to deliver a Side Suplex. Debeers threw the object out of the ring as he covered Olsonoski for the winning pinfall. A fan in the front row found the object on the ground and held it up for the camera. It looked like a chunk of metal wrapped in masking tape.

5. Indian Strap Match. "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel defeated Big, Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) at 10:37. Creatchman tried to help his man out by tossing Duncum's bullrope into the ring for the big Cowboy to use but Wahoo grabbed it first. McDaniel then hog-tied Duncum with his own rope and dragged him to all four corners to win the match.

6. Tag Team Grudge Match. "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell & Baron Von Raschke defeated the team of Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee & Ali Khan at 9:42. With the Sheik holding big Jerry from behind, Ali Khan charged at Blackwell with a running Clothesline. Jerry was able to break free at the last second, however, and El-Kaisee took the full brunt of the Clothesline instead. Blackwell then added a huge Splash onto the hated Sheik for the winning pin. The Cobo Arena erupted in wild cheers !

7. AWA World Championship Match. Champion Rick Martel pinned number one contender, Blackjack Lanza (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) at 15:11. Creatchman tried to bash Martel with the AWA Championship Belt but inadvertently hit Lanza with it instead. Lanza staggered around the ring and was cradled by Martel in a Small Package for the pin.


HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE !!!
GV - Nov 23, 2012 - 06:55 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 11/23/12
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 11/23/12 - Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Long Island, NY. Att: 10,905.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Tim White & Joey Marella

1. "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel defeated "Rugged" Reno Riggins with the Jackknife Powerbomb at 2:26.

2. Doink the Clown (w/ Evil Carnival Music and a bucket of confetti) pinned Scotty Taylor with the Whoopie Cushion (Leaping Seated Splash off the top rope) at 5:00. After the bout, Doink offered his opponent a hand to help him get back to his feet. Taylor fell for the prank and got zapped by a trick hand buzzer. Doink rolled around the canvas laughing hysterically. The demented clown then suddenly snapped and put the boots to Taylor before tossing him out of the ring altogether. Heenan was enjoying the clown's antics until Doink emptied the pail of confetti over Bobby's head on the way back to the dressing room.

3. Waylon Mercy over "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya with the Merciless Bulldog at 8:05.

4. Savio Vega defeated Hakushi (w/ Manager Shinja) by Count Out at 11:53. Man Mountain Rock came down to ringside to fetch his "ax" (electric guitar) which he had used to open the show with by performing the National Anthem in the ring. Rock immediately got into a confrontation with Shinja causing Hakushi to leave the ring and come to his manager's defense. Referee Joey Marella put the ten count on Hakushi during the altercation.

5. Irwin R. Shyster (w/ steel briefcase and The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase) over Duke "The Dumpster" Droese (w/ back support belt and trash can). IRS pinned Duke with the Writeoff (Leaping Clothesline off the ropes) at 8:28.

6. Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ "Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji & Japanese Flag) and the Arkansas hog farmers, the Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim), were both DQ'd at 14:23 by Referee Tim White during a wild brawl involving all four men plus their managers.

7. In the Main Event, Psycho Sid (w/ "HBK" Shawn Michaels) pinned "Da Bad Guy" Razor Ramon with a Low Blow at 14:40. After the bout, Razor was double teamed in the ring by both Sid and Michaels. With HBK spurring him on, Sid was about to lift Razor up for a Powerbomb when the arena suddenly went dark and the Undertaker's eerie music played. Sid quickly bailed from the ring as the Deadman made his way down the aisle. The Undertaker entered the ring only to have the cocky brat Shawn Michaels dance around him throwing mock jabs and punches. The 'Taker swatted Michaels away like a pesky fly and held the urn aloft as the fans roared in approval.
GV - Nov 24, 2012 - 07:12 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 11/24/12
Smokey Mountain Wrestling Results 11/24/12 - Civic Coliseum Ballroom, Knoxville, TN. Att: 3,602.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Tommy Weathers & Jerry Calhoun

1. Jimmy Golden (w/ Miss Sylvia & Robert Fuller) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs by Count Out at 3:41. Golden smashed Maggs head-first into a TV monitor at the announcers' table while Miss Sylvia kept Referee Tommy Weathers occupied. Golden rolled back into the ring as Weathers put the ten count on the KO'd Maggs.

2. "Wild" Bill Ash defeated Cousin Roscoe Junior by Count Out at 7:36. As the action spilled outside the ring, Cousin Junior accidently bumped into "Dirty" Dutch Mantel who was preparing to interview the winner of the match for his "Down and Dirty with Dutch" segment. Junior tried to get back into the ring but was held back by the ornery Mantel. Junior was counted out by Referee Jerry Calhoun while he and Mantel traded punches on the floor.

3. Former mob hitman Killer Kyle beat Johnny "Crash" Rich at 9:42. With Referee Tommy Weathers knocked down in the action, Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster ran into the ring and clobbered Rich from behind with Killer Kyle's violin case. Kyle made the cover as Weathers recovered to count the pin. Lancaster and Kyle left together to a loud chorus of "Boos !" It is rumored that the two thugs are going to join forces as a tag team.

4. Billy Joe Travis over "Filthy" Phil Hickerson by DQ at 9:47. Hickerson brought a trash can into the ring and smashed it across Billy Joe's back. Referee Jerry Calhoun immediately called for the bell.

5. The Rose Cousins (Pat & "Ravishing" Randy w/ "Black Rose" Dennis Condrey) defeated the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) at 9:33. Randy Rose caught Bart with a Powerslam off the ropes for the winning pin.

6. In the Main Event, "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin over "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff by DQ at 13:07. Orndorff berated Referee Jerry Calhoun for a slow count during a pin attempt on Garvin and pushed the ref down to the mat to draw the disqualification.
GV - Nov 25, 2012 - 07:35 AM
Post subject: NWA Results 11/25/12
Jim Crockett Promotions presents Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (Circa Mid 80's) 11/25/12, Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 979

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Tommy Young & Sonny Fargo

1. Non-Title Match. U.S. Champion Magnum T.A. (w/ black leather jacket and a ton of female fans) pinned Joel Deaton with the Belly To Belly Suplex off the ropes at 3:10.

2. Non-Title Match. TV Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) defeated Stoney Burke. Tully with a legit handshake to start things off followed by a clinic in wrestling moves and holds before unloading with knees and elbows. At one point, Blanchard chokes his opponent on the bottom rope as Baby Doll berates Burke and slaps him across the face. Tully finished things with the Slingshot Suplex at 4:20.

Interview Segment: David Crockett & NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (Dressed in an expensive designer suit with "the ten pounds of gold")

Flair is not impressed with Magnum. Flair says if Magnum wants to be a champion then he needs to dress like one. Flair claims that his robes cost a minimum of $10,000 each. He says that he wants to introduce Magnum to his tailor. Flair calls himself "The Franchise". He says that everyone wants to be like him but that there can be only one "Nature Boy". Flair says that Magnum is nothing until he goes sixty minutes with the Champ. Flair says that he is "where it's at in wrestling today" and closes the segment with his signature "Wooooooooo !"



3. "The Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant over Doug Vines with a big back elbow smash off the ropes followed by the Boogie-Woogie Elbow Drop at 3:07. Valiant spends most of the match playing to his fans and barking about Paul Jones to the camera.

4. The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) beat Jim and Mack Jeffers at 3:50. The Rock & Rollers connected with their patented Double Drop Kick off the ropes to pin Mack.

Interview Segment: David Crockett & "The Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant w/ his "Old Lady" ( a baseball bat with the name "Paul Jones" carved into it).

Valiant wants "No. 1" Paul Jones in the ring right now. He says that he'll go through "all of the king's men" just to get his hands on Jones. "Mercy, Daddy !" Valiant names off the members of Paul Jones' Army: "Superstar" Billy Graham, the Barbarian, Abdullah the Butcher. He says he'll take them one by one or all at once. He doesn't care. Valiant says that he's got his "old lady" to watch his back. Valiant says, "Paul Jones, the Boogie Man's gonna getcha !"


5. Non-Title Match. NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair, in all his sequin robed splendor, over the Italian Stallion at 4:25. Vintage "Nature Boy" here with several loud reverse chops to the Stallion's chest in the corner. A running knee drop to Stallion's head gets a 2 count. Flair starts working over Stallion's leg before it's finally time to "go to school". The "Nature Boy" locks on the Figure Four Leglock for the submission victory. Flair winks at the camera and says, "All in a day's work," as he leaves the ring.

Interview Segment: David Crockett and "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes

Dusty claims that Tully Blanchard has been ducking his challenges week after week. Dusty says that if Blanchard had any guts at all he would defend his title against "The American Dream". Dusty calls Baby Doll a "jezebel". Dusty accuses Blanchard of hiding behind his woman. He says sooner or later Blanchard is going to have to face him in the ring.


6. "No. 1" Paul Jones' Army of "Superstar" Billy Graham & the Barbarian defeated the hapless Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy) at 4:09. The Barbarian with a huge Diving Head Butt off the top rope (flying half way across the ring !) to pin Randy while Graham clamped "the unbreakable" Full Nelson onto Bill.

7. Krusher Khruschev (w/ Ivan Koloff & Russian chain) over "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez by Count Out at 11:21. A pretty even match up that was spoiled by Ivan Koloff's constant cheap shots and interference. Fernandez finally had enough and chased Koloff backstage as Referee Tommy Young put the ten count on him.
GV - Nov 26, 2012 - 07:53 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 11/26/12
TNA Results 11/26/12 - Macon Centerplex Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 2,590.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Brian Hebner, Jamie Tucker & Taryn Terrell

1. X Division. Sharkboy over Sonjay Dutt by DQ at 5:32. The cocky Zema Ion came down to ringside with a microphone bragging about his attributes and trying to get under Sonjay Dutt's skin. Dutt ignored him and kept his focus on his opponent instead which only infuriated Ion all the more. Ion ran into the ring and slugged Sharkboy with the microphone as Referee Brian Hebner called for the disqualification due to outside interference. Pleased with himself for costing Dutt the match, Ion strutted to the back mugging it up for the cameras while Sonjay Dutt pleaded his case to Hebner.

2. Knockouts' Division. Gail Kim (w/ BFF and Knockouts' Champ Madison Rayne) defeated Velvet Skye by Count Out at 6:08. Velvet got into a confrontation with Madison Rayne on the floor as Referee Jamie Tucker put the ten count on her. The loss derailed Velvet's hopes of being the Number One Contender for the Knockouts' Title. Mike Tenay and Don West speculated that Gail Kim and Madison had conspired together to cause the count out and prevent Velvet from getting a title shot.

3. The newly formed tag team "Diamonds in the Rough" ("Prime Time" Elix Skipper & David Young w/ Manager Simon Diamond) successfully debuted by defeating the Young Bucks (Max & Jeremy Buck) at 8:04. Skipper tossed Max Buck out of the ring and distracted Referee Jamie Tucker while his manager Simon Diamond gave Max the Simonizer (Fireman's Carry Inverted DDT) on the floor. Max could not recover in time to make Tucker's subsequent ten count.

4. "The War Machine" Rhino speared his way to victory over Big Robbie T (w/ Robbie E & Cookie) as he planted the bouncer from the Jersey Shore with the Gore at 6:18.

5. "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan defeated Ron "The Truth" Killings by Count Out at 12:21. Killings appeared to have the match won when he laid out Morgan with the Truth Conviction (Sit Out Gourdbuster), but Referee Brian Hebner was knocked down in the process and unable to make the three count. The jumbotron screen suddenly showed a crowd of medical personnel attending to Killing's tag team partner Orlando Jordan backstage. A replay revealed that Morgan's tag team partner Joey Ryan had snuck up from behind and clubbed Jordan with a 2 x 4 across the back. Killings immediately left the ring and ran to the back to check on Jordan. In the meantime, Brian Hebner finally came to and put the ten count on Killings when he found him missing from the ring.

6. Misssssttttaaa Anderson defeated "The Monster" Abyss (w/ Reverend James Mitchell) at 14:06. With Referee Jamie Tucker down and out on the canvas after a bad bump, Mitchell entered the ring to hit Anderson from behind with his Loaded Book of the New Church when he was intercepted by "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles. Styles ran in and connected with a Pele Kick causing Mitchell to drop the weapon. Anderson scooped up the book and smashed Abyss in the head with it. Tucker crawled over to count the pin as Anderson covered the KO'd Abyss for the victory.
GV - Nov 27, 2012 - 07:37 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 11/27/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 11/27/12 - The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI. Att: 14,041.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Johnny Boone

1. Glacier over Jimmy "Juice" Powers with the Cryonic Kick (Superkick) at 2:24.

2. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. "Sugar" Shane Helms (w/ Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore) defeated "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux with the Vertebreaker (Back to Back Double Underhook Piledriver) at 4:13 to advance in the tournament.

3. Disco Inferno over Scott Putski by Count Out at 6:52. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Disco dropped Putski throat-first onto the steel barricade railing. Putski was unable to answer Referee Charles Robinson's ten count.

4. Buff Bagwell pinned "Lightning Foot" Jerry Flynn with the Blockbuster (Diving Neckbreaker off the top rope) at 8:35.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) over Perfect Event ("Perfect" Shawn Stasiak & "The Event" Chuck Palumbo w/ "Above Average" Mike Sanders) at 7:25. Referee Johnny Boone lost all control of this match. Chuck Palumbo was perched on the top rope ready to deliver a Flying Clothesline to Bryan Clark when he was pushed off from behind by Brian Adams. Palumbo took a bad spill down to the canvas as Clark made the cover for the three count.

6. U.S. Tournament Match. The n.W.o.'s Scott Hall (w/ "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Taser Stick) over "Iceman" Dean Malenko at 14:33. Malenko was ready to lock in his Texas Cloverleaf leglock submission when Kevin Nash climbed up onto the apron with the Taser Stick to interfere. Malenko gave Nash a haymaker to the jaw as he tried to enter the ring but was caught in a Schoolboy roll up from behind by Hall in the process for the pinfall.

7. In the Main Event, Booker T defeated "The Total Package" Lex Luger (w/ Liz) by DQ at 12:43. Luger ducked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt and was met by a Scissors Kick from Booker bounding off the ropes. Sensing victory, Booker did his Spinaroonie breakdance but got an eyeful of Pepper Spray from Liz as he hopped back up to his feet. Referee Charles Robinson immediately called for the bell. Luger then put the blinded Booker into his Torture Rack backbreaker until Stevie Ray ran in from the back to make the save.
GV - Nov 28, 2012 - 10:59 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 11/28/12
UWF Results 11/28/12 - Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, OK. Att: 8,110.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Ronnie West & Edward Faulk

1. "Timekeeper" Mike George (w/ clock in hand) is introduced by Joel Watts and immediately swipes the house microphone. George walks around his opponent Jeff "Rattlesnake" Raitz, studies him closely and then says "3 Minutes". He points at Raitz and says, "That's how long it will take me to beat that man right there... 3 minutes. Write it down." Raitz is insulted and has to be restrained by Referee Ronnie West while George casually removes his ring jacket. Despite his arrogance, Mike George made good on his prediction with (19 seconds to spare) by pinning Raitz with a Hangman's Neckbreaker at 2:41.

2. Steve "Dr. Death" Williams mauled Gustavo Mendoza before ending things with the Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) at 2:44. Williams was mobbed by youngsters seeking his autograph as he exited the ring.

3. "The Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ Handler Friday & General Skandor Akbar) defeated "The Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord at 6:48. Kamala with lots of big overhand chops, a reverse chop to the throat off the ropes, a couple of slaps to his belly and a huge Splash onto Gaylord's back. Friday had to instruct the Ugandan Giant to roll his opponent over onto his back to make the pin.

4. "Fabulous Freebird" Buddy Jack Roberts (w/ fellow Freebird Michael P.S. Hayes) over Brett Sawyer (w/ brother "Mad Dog" Buzz) at 7:59. A see-saw contest that swung in Roberts' favor after a Michael Hayes' cheap shot. Roberts lands the Bulldog to score the pinfall.

5. UWF TV Title Match. The Champion, "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ The First Lady of Professional Wrestling Missy Hyatt) turned back the challenge of "Chief" Jules Strongbow at 8:39. Landel pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and busted Strongbow open with a loaded punch to the forehead. Referee Edward Faulk stopped the bout due to blood.

6. "Fabulous Freebird" Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy (w/ Michael P.S. Hayes) pinned Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) at 10:32. Humongous reversed a corner whip on Gordy and charged in after him. Showing amazing agility for a big man, Gordy hopped up to the 2nd rope and caught Humongous in a Sunset Flip to win the match.

7. Hyatt & Hot Stuff International (Sting & "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated the Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner) at 7:40. Chaos with all four men battling in the ring and Referee Edward Faulk desperately trying to restore order. Gilbert and Sting are whipped into each other from opposite corners. A worried Missy Hyatt is up on the apron with her loaded Gucci handbag. Brad Armstrong has her by the hair but Faulk sends him back to his corner. Eddie Gilbert sneaks into the ring and gives Hoerner the Hot Shot. Gilbert quickly rolls out as a woozy and battered Sting crawls over to make the pin.
GV - Nov 29, 2012 - 08:09 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 11/29/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 11/29/12 - Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Att: 7,202.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Charley Laye & Scrappy McGowan

1. Thor the Viking (w/ War Hammer, Shield, Viking Helmet & Sonny King) pinned Pete Austin with a Shoulderbreaker at 6:22. (Thor was a very young Scott Irwin : )

2. Jimmy Garvin over Ali Bey by submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 7:34.

3. Paul Ellering defeated Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) with a Backbreaker at 7:48.

4. Lars Anderson (w/ Sack of Coins & Killer Karl Kox) over Mike Graham (w/ father Eddie Graham) at 10:28. Referee Scrappy McGowan had his hands full in this contest. Kox tried to sneak into the ring to interfere, but he was intercepted by Eddie Graham before he could do any damage. With McGowan trying to break up a brawl between the two, Lars clobbered Mike Graham with the mysterious money bag behind the ref's back. McGowan turned around just in time to count the pinfall for Anderson.

5. Tag Team Tournament Finals. For the second time in a month, the Spoilers (I & II) and Sonny King's Family (King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc) were both Counted Out in a wild brawl around ringside at 11:53. A return match has been ordered inside a steel cage next week to decide the Florida Tag Team Championship.

6. Bugsy McGraw (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Jack Brisco at 13:21. Brisco was in no condition to wrestle after being brutally assaulted by former friend Don Muraco during a prematch interview with Gordon Solie. Muraco attacked with a chair shot from behind and then went to work on Brisco's knee before help finally arrived from the back. Despite his injuries (and -250 points), Brisco insisted on going through with the match so as not to disappoint the fans. Jack noticably limped throughout the contest as McGraw continued to work on his gimpy knee. Brisco tried to lift his opponent up for a body slam but his knee gave out causing McGraw to fall on top of him for the winning pinfall.
GV - Nov 29, 2012 - 01:59 PM
Post subject: UWF Rankings as of 11/29/12
UWF WORLD CHAMPION: ONE MAN GANG (Since 1/22/12)

Number 1 Contender: Terry Gordy

2. Lord Humongous
3. Dick Murdoch
4. Steve Williams
5. Austin Idol
6. Jim Duggan
7. Bubba Rogers
8. Ted Dibiase
9. Kamala
10. Leroy Brown

UWF WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: THE FANTASTICS - BOBBY FULTON & TOMMY ROGERS (Since 10/08/12)

Number 1 Contenders: Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes & Buddy Roberts)

2. Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams)
3. Steve Williams & Ted Dibiase
4. Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu)
5. Hyatt & Hot Stuff International (Eddie Gilbert & Sting)
6. Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & Tim Hoerner)
7. Los Guerreros (Chavo & Mando Guerrero)
8. Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane)
9. Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr. & Joe Savoldi)
10. Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr.)

UWF TV CHAMPION: BUDDY LANDEL (Since 4/08/12)

Number 1 Contender: Dick Slater

2. Jules Strongbow
3. Mike George
4. Eddie Gilbert
5. Bob Sweetan
6. Sam Houston
7. Black Bart
8. Buddy Roberts
9. Brickhouse Brown
10. Eli The Eliminator

MOST POPULAR

1. Steve Williams
2. Austin Idol
3. Jim Duggan
4. Ted Dibiase
5. Chris Adams

MOST HATED

1. Eddie Gilbert
2. Mike George
3. Dick Slater
4. Black Bart
5. Dick Murdoch
GV - Nov 30, 2012 - 07:40 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 11/30/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 11/30/12 - Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton, NY. Att: 6,673.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Nick Kozak & Mike Chioda

1. Haku pinned Goldie Rogers after a high risk manueuver went awry. Rogers climbed up to the top rope to deliver a leaping Double Axe Handle, but lost his footing after Haku shook the ropes. Rogers crotched himself on the top rope and crumpled to the canvas for the easy pin.

2. "The Model" Rick Martel defeated "Super" Mario Mancini by submission with his Boston Crab at 3:23. Prior to the match, Martel insisted on spraying the ring with his "Arrogance" cologne while striking some runway poses for the fans.

3. The Big Bossman (w/ Night Stick) pinned Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ Lone Ranger Mask & Branding Iron) with the Hard Time Slam (Spinning Side Slam off the ropes) at 7:17.

4. "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Suspicious Forearm Cast) over B. Brian Blair at 11:00. A scientific contest with both men displaying their technical skills and savvy in the ring. The wily Orton played possum on the mat and caught Blair climbing up to the top rope. Orton sprang to his feet, stunned Blair with an uppercut to the jaw and finished him off with the Superplex for the three count.

5. High Energy ("The Rocket" Owen Hart & "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware w/ pet Macaw Frankie) and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan's Natural Disasters (Earthquake & Typhoon) ended in a Double Count Out at 13:28. Heenan tried to swipe Frankie from ringside causing Koko Ware to leave the ring and give chase. Koko caught up with "The Brain" OOR and decked him with a Head Butt prompting Typhoon to also leave the ring and come to his manager's aid. All four men battled on the floor as Referee Mike Chioda put the ten count on both teams.

6. "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) over Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake by Count Out at 14:56. Beefcake's former tag team partner Greg "The Hammer" Valentine joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the match and got into an altercation with "The Barber" on the floor. Beefcake completely lost track of Referee Nick Kozak's ten count during the scuffle.

7. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "Macho Man" Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) and "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich were both Counted Out at 14:32. Savage kept bailing out of the ring at the slightest sign of trouble. The frustrated Von Erich finally had enough and chased him around ringside as Referee Mike Chioda put the ten count on both men. WWF President Jack Tunney has ordered a rematch for next week with a special stipulation - the bout will be a Lumberjack Match to keep Savage in the ring.
GV - Dec 01, 2012 - 07:12 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 12/01/12
ESPN presents AWA Championship Wrestling from the Showboat Sports Pavillion in Las Vegas, NV (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 12/01/12. Att: 5,386.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Marty Miller

1. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans over veteran Dennis Stamp by DQ at 1:39 when Stan "The Lariat" Hansen ran into the ring and smashed Rheingans in the head with a horseshoe. Several wrestlers ran in from the back to subdue Hansen. Rheingans was busted open and had to be helped backstage to receive medical attention.

2. "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) pinned "Beach Boy" Sonny Rogers with a Piledriver at 3:59.

"In This Corner" Segment with Larry Nelson and the Alaskans tag team of Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner.

Renslow demands to know why the Alaskans have not been granted a title match against the AWA Tag Team Champion Midnight Rockers. Larry Nelson suggests that maybe they haven't earned it yet. Larry points out that the Alaskans haven't won a single tag match yet since their arrival in the AWA. The Alaskans will hear none of it. They shake their war clubs in anger and insist that it is a conspiracy against the great state of Alaska.


3. Ladies Tournament Match. Leilani Kai eliminated Vicki Williams with a Diving Splash off the top rope at 9:02.

4. "Midnight Rocker" Marty Jannetty defeated "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal by DQ when the Alaskans ran into the ring and ambushed Jannetty with their war clubs. Fellow "Rocker" Shawn Michaels made the save and cleaned house of Renslow and Wagner.

5. The Cobra Corps. from Camp Slaughter ("High Flyer" Greg Gagne & "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter) beat the Texas Hangmen (Killer & Psycho w/ nooses and cowbells) at 8:13. Chaos with all four men battling in the ring. The Hangmen where whipped into each other from opposite corners by the Cobra Corps. Greg Gagne then applied the Sleeper Hold onto an already woozy Psycho to lead his team to victory.

6. Bruiser Brody (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over Big Otto Wanz via Count Out at 10:48. Much of this match took place OOR where Brody dominated. Wanz was sent crashing into the TV crew where he became entangled in an extension cord. He could not free himself in time to make Referee Gary DeRusha's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, Jerry "The King" Lawler defeated "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) at 13:00. Precious tried to spray Lawler in the eyes with perfume but ended up getting her own man with it instead. The blinded Garvin staggered around the ring and was cradled by Lawler in a Small Package for the pin.
GV - Dec 02, 2012 - 07:06 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 12/02/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 12/02/12 - Fair Park Arena, Alabama State Fairgrounds, Birmingham, AL. Att: 5,005.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Bill Alphonso

1. "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ guitar) over Snake Watson with the Hammer Rocks (Slingshot) Suplex at 5:18.

2. Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll) pinned Ricky Nelson with the Snake Eyes (Face Drop onto top turnbuckle) at 6:01.

3. J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio via Count Out at 10:52. As action spilled out onto the floor, Southern gave his opponent a devastating Superkick that sent Scorpio flying over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Scorpio could not recover in time to make Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count.

4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Southern Belle Lady Blossom) over youngster Erik Watts at 6:39. Blossom reached into the ring to pull Watts' leg out from under him as he was attempting to suplex Austin. "Stunning" Steve grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin.

5. The Sky Scrapers ("Dangerous" Dan Spivey & Sid Vicious) defeated the Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) by Count Out at 9:35. With Dan Spivey keeping Referee Bill Alphonso occupied in the ring, Sid Vicious caught Steve Armstrong with a devastating running clothesline on the floor that nearly took Armstrong out of his boots. Alphonso put the ten count on Armstrong as Tracy Smothers attended to his hurting partner.

6. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ bullrope and Colonel Parker) over "Flying" Brian Pillman at 11:24. With Referee Pee Wee Anderson down and out on the mat, Pillman was pushed off the top rope by Colonel Parker as he was setting himself to deliver a Diving Cross Body Press onto his opponent. "Flying Brian" took a bad spill down to the canvas and appeared to be injured. Buck picked up Pillman and gave him the Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) as a woozy Anderson crawled over to make the three count.

7. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes pinned "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 14:13. Madusa tried to spray perfume into Dustin's eyes but accidently got "Ravishing" Rick with it instead. Rhodes rolled up the blinded Rude from behind for the winning pinfall.
GV - Dec 03, 2012 - 10:20 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 12/03/12
WCCW Results 12/03/12 - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,572.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Fritz Von Erich
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. The Dingo Warrior pinned El Gran Diablo after a Gorilla Press Slam at 5:54.

2. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey) defeated the team of Spike Huber & Johnny Mantel. Eaton pinned Mantel with the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Diving Splash off the top rope) at 4:46. Prior to the match, Jim Cornette snatched the microphone away from Marc Lowrance and insisted upon doing the ring introductions for the Midnight Express.

3. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Private Terry Daniels with the Thrust Kick at 7:01.

4. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) beat Percy Pringle III's team of "Maniac" Matt Borne & "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer by DQ at 8:37. Pringle was caught clubbing Tommy Rogers across the back with his walking stick. Referee Ralph Pulley immediately signaled for the bell.

5. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas at 11:39. Abdullah attacked before the bell to gain an early advantage but the resilient Atlas withstood the barrage and fought back. Gary Hart snuck into the ring and smashed "Mr. USA" from behind with a loaded shoe while Referee Bronco Lubich was admonishing Abdullah for his rule breaking tactics. Abdullah then covered the KO'd Atlas for the pinfall.

6. Kevin Von Erich over "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 14:17. With Adams caught in the Von Erich Claw and flailing away to reach the ropes, Nicola ran into the ring and jumped on Kevin's back. Nicola gouged at Kevin's eyes with her fingernails as Referee Ralph Pulley called for the bell. "Gorgeous" Gino Hernandez suddenly ran into the ring and joined Adams in a double team beatdown of Kevin. Fritz Von Erich could stand no more and left the announcers' table to join the fracas. Adams saw him coming, however, and laid out the Von Erich patriarch with a Superkick as he climbed into the ring. The Dynamic Duo then put the boots to Fritz until the Fantastics finally ran in to make the save.
GV - Dec 04, 2012 - 08:20 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 12/04/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 12/04/12 - Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY. Att: 14,937.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Konnan over Lenny Lane at 6:27. Vintage Konnan here: Rolling Clothesline, Sit Out Facebuster and the Tequila Sunrise leglock for the submission victory.

2. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Onoo) beat the Jung Dragon's Kaz Hayashi with the Nagata Lock (Standing Reverse Figure Four Leglock) at 8:36 to advance in the tournament.

Backstage Segment

We see Mike Awesome in a suit escorting Kimberly Page down a corridor backstage. Kimberly is holding a bouquet of roses and an expensive bottle of champagne. The couple discuss their plans for a night out as they head for an exit door.


3. Hardcore Match. Big Vito pinned Crowbar after slamming him through a table at 5:49.

4. The match between Billy Kidman and Berlyn never took place. Berlyn was jumped backstage by "The Dark Angel" Vampiro and laid out with the Nail in the Coffin (Michinoku Driver). Berlyn's bodyguard The Wall was nowhere to be found.

Backstage Segment

We're outside the Rupp Arena with Awesome & Kimberly as a stretch limo pulls up. Awesome shoos away the chauffeur and opens the back door for Kimberly to get in. Before Awesome can join her he is spun around and decked by the chauffeur ! It's Diamond Dallas Page ! Page goes berserk on Awesome and tears his suit to shreds. Kimberly is screaming and trying to pull her husband off of Awesome. DDP pushes her into the limo and slams the door. He then gives Awesome the Diamond Cutter on the sidewalk. DDP gets into the limo and speeds off with his wife.


5. Tag Team Tournament Match. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray w/ Sister Sherri) defeated Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart's Faces of Fear (Meng & the Barbarian) at 9:02. With the match completely out of control and all four men battling in the ring, Meng grabbed a hold of Booker T from behind while the Barbarian came running with the Kick of Fear (Yakuza Kick). Booker was able break free at the last second and Meng took the full force of his partner's big boot leading to the pin.

Backstage Segment

Berlyn is scolding his tardy bodyguard The Wall in German. The Wall is trying to explain his truancy but Berlyn will hear none of it. Berlyn gives him a stern warning in broken English. . The two plot their revenge on Vampiro.


6. U.S. Tournament Match. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper defeated "The Franchise" Shane Douglas at 9:44. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner came down to ringside and jumped up on the apron with some choice words for Mr. Piper. "Rowdy" Roddy sent "The Franchise" crashing into him and then rolled up the dazed Douglas from behind for the pinfall.

7. Michael "Let's Get Ready To Rumble" Buffer does the honors for the Main Event ring introductions. The n.W.o.'s Hollywood Hogan over the Giant (WWE's Big Show) at 13:58. With both Hogan and Referee Mark Johnson down and out on the canvas, the n.W.o. rushed the ring but the Giant was ready for them. Chokeslam for Scott Hall ! Chokeslam for Syxx ! Chokeslam for Scott Norton ! The Giant had Kevin Nash by the throat when he was caught from behind by Hogan in a Schoolboy Roll Up for the pin as Johnson recovered to make the three count.
GV - Dec 05, 2012 - 07:56 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 12/05/12
TNA Impact Results 12/05/12 - Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,289.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Earl Hebner, Brian Stiffler & Taryn Terrell

1. X Division. Low Ki pinned the Amazing Red with the Phoenix 450 Splash at 7:16.

2. Knockouts' Division. Rosita (w/ Homicide & Anarquia) beat Miss Tessmacher by Count Out at 8:26. Tara came down to ringside with her boyfriend Jesse Godderz and immediately got into a confrontation with Miss Tessmacher OOR. Tessmacher completely lost track of Referee Taryn Terrell's ten count during the altercation.


Backstage Segment

Rob Van Dam is speaking with TNA Official Frank Coutinho. X Division Champion Austin Aries suddenly walks by in his street clothes, looks over at Frank, and stops. Aries joins the conversation.

Aries: (To Frank) "Excuse me, but are you new here ? Are you even authorized to be backstage, buddy ?"

Frank: "Are you Head of Security now, Aries ?"

Aries: "I'm the Greatest Man in the World. I do whatever I want, whenever I want, to whomever I want, okay ? I want to see some credentials !"

Frank hands Aries his Backstage Pass. Aries scrutinizes it suspiciously and hands the pass back to him.

Aries: "Do you want to see my credentials ?"

Aries holds up his X Division Championship belt.

Aries: "Those are my credentials, Frank. This belt means that I'm the best there is."

Frank: "Well, don't get too attached to that belt, Aries. RVD is gunning for you and you know what ? I think he can beat you."

Aries takes off his sunglasses and gets up in Frank's face.

Aries: "Let me get this straight, okay ? You think Rob Van Dam can beat me ? Seriously, Frank ?? Rob Van Dam was big in ECW, oh, about a hundred and fifty years ago ! This is my time now. I'm so great that TNA created the X Division just for me, not that broken down has been that's standing beside you there."

Rob Van Dam takes exception to Aries' remarks but Frank manages to keep them separated. Aries puts his sunglasses back on and walks away.



3. Devon pinned Gunner (w/ Kid Kash) with a Spinebuster off the ropes at 8:34.

4. TNA Tag Team Championship Match. The Champions, The British Invasion (Doug Williams & Magnus) turned back the Challengers Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez (w/ Sarita) to retain their titles at 11:58. Hernandez was counted out by Referee Brian Stiffler after missing a charge OOR and crashing into the ring post.

5. "Cowboy" James Storm defeated "Alpha Male" Monte Brown in a brutal Brass Knuckles Match. Storm KO'd his opponent for the ten count with a roundhouse punch to the jaw at 11:43.

6. "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe beat "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle via Count Out at 14:45. With Samoa Joe trapped in the Ankle Lock and about to tap out, Karen Jarrett came out on the ramp with a microphone and taunted her ex-husband. Karen said that it didn't matter if Angle won or not; he would not be getting another title shot at Jeff Jarrett as per Impact GM Hulk Hogan's orders. Angle lost his composure and left the ring in search of Hogan while Referee Earl Hebner put the ten count on him.
FrankC - Dec 05, 2012 - 11:47 AM
Post subject: Austin Aries
Aries better keep his mug where it belongs and mot in my business. As it turns out Hulk Hogan invited me so he could get a few pointers and how to rules as a commisssioner. If Aries thinks that Rob Van Dam is beyond his time then Aries better look out for other oldies who can kick his butt. Guys who were in ECW include; Bully Ray, DeVon, Kid Kash along with Steve Corino and Rhino in ROH. Austin Aries; if you think your value is on the rise you best not turn around. You will find that mid-card may be your next stop.

Now I know of a even talented match for you to compete. Fabulous Moolah is willing to come out of retirement.
GV - Dec 06, 2012 - 08:45 AM
Post subject: NWA Results 12/06/12
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 12/06/12 - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 982.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: David Crockett
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Tommy Young

1. American Starship Eagle (Young Dan Spivey) pinned Kent Glover with a Flying Leg Drop at 3:02.


2. The Russians (Nikita & Uncle Ivan Koloff w/ Krusher Khruschev) over Rocky King & Gene Ligon at 3:23. The Russians maul their opponents in this one-sided squash. Russian Hammer on Rocky King from Nikita. Uncle Ivan with a Bear Hug on Ligon. More punishment. Ligon is tossed out of the ring for Khruschev to get in some boots. Ivan ends things with the Russian Sickle off the ropes on Ligon for the pinfall.


Interview Segment - David Crockett & NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair

Slick Ric is looking rather dapper in a three piece designer suit and the "ten pounds of gold". The Champ plugs Jim Crockett Promotions and calls the NWA the greatest wrestling organization in the world. Flair shows off his diamond-encrusted Rolex watch. He acknowledges U.S. Champion Magnum T.A. as the Number One contender but doesn't see him as a legit threat. "The Nature Boy" rattles off more names: Dusty Rhodes... Ronnie Garvin... Jimmy Valiant.... the Russians.... Flair says that "Space Mountain" always has the longest line. "Wooooooooooo !!"



3. "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes beat George South with a Bionic Elbow Drop at 2:17. TV Champion Tully Blanchard and his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary during the bout. Tully says Dusty is out of shape, but adds that his ego is bigger than his belly. Dusty holds the ropes and challenges Blanchard to get in the ring. Tully just smirks and walks off with Baby Doll on his arm.


4. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Number 1" Paul Jones) made quick work of Gerald Findley. Abdullah pinned his opponent with the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) at 1:13.


Interview Segment - David Crockett with Paul Jones and Abdullah the Butcher

Crockett accuses Jones of "running scared" from the "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant. Jones calls Crockett and idiot. He tells him to look at his "monster" Abdullah. He says, "Do I look like a man who needs to run and hide from anybody, let alone that hobo tramp Jimmy Valiant ??" Abdullah glares at the camera and snarls. Jones says he will wrestle Valiant, but the Boogie-Woogie Man has to get through his Army first. He challenges Valiant to wrestle his man the Barbarian on TV next week.



5. "Pistol" Pez Whatley pinned Randy Barber with the Flying Willie (Flying Head Butt) off the ropes at 2:45.


6. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew ( "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson & "The Rock" Ole Anderson) defeated Paul Garner & Mike Jackson at 2:45. The Andersons methodically took apart Mike Jackson and concentrated the punishment on Jackson's left arm. Arn and Ole with quick tags in and out. Anderson Slam with Jackson's arm held behind his back. Arn holds the arm out for an Ole Knee Drop off the top rope. Arn with a wrenching Armlock on Jackson for the submission victory.


Interview Segment - David Crockett & "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant

Valiant has his "old lady" with him (a baseball bat with the name "Paul Jones" carved into it). He hands the bat to Crockett and starts singing and clapping. The crowd is into it and claps along with him. Valiant accepts Paul Jones' challenge and agrees to face the Barbarian in next week's Main Event. He says "One by one, the king's men are all going down, Daddy !" Valiant kisses Crockett on the lips and struts off.



7. Black Bart (w/ James J. Dillon in brown tux and orange frilly shirt) over "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin (w/ the Hands of Stone) by Count Out at 15:02. As the action spilled out onto the floor, J.J. Dillon climbed up on the apron to distract Referee Tommy Young while Bart sent Garvin head-first into the ring post. Garvin staggered around ringside and was unable to answer Young's ten count.
GV - Dec 07, 2012 - 07:57 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 12/07/12
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 12/07/12 - New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT. Att: 5,839.

Announcers: WTNH Channel 8 Sportscaster Dick Galliette
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Jack Lotz & "Tough" Tony Altimore

1. George "The Animal" Steele (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) defeated Jose Gonzalez by submission with the Flying Hammerlock at 3:11. The Animal hid a tongue depressor in his tights and jabbed it several times into Gonzalez' throat during the match.

2. Barefoot "Country Boy" Haystacks Calhoun from Morgan's Corner, AR crushed Tony Russo from Palermo, Sicily with a 601 lb Sit Down Splash at 2:43.

3. Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) beat the tandem of S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones & Frankie Williams. Fuji pinned Williams with the Kamikaze Clothesline off the ropes at 3:43.

4. The popular Hawaiian Dean Ho over "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe from Paulsboro, NJ by submission with the Full Nelson.

5. Young Steve Travis from Charlottesville, VA pinned Tank Patton with a high flying Drop Kick to the chops off the ropes at 8:44.

6. "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras pinned "The One Man Riot Squad" Dick "The Bulldog" Brower (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 13:31. With Referee Jack Lotz knocked down in the action, Brower held Mascaras from behind for a cheap shot from his manager. Albano tried to smash a chair over the masked man's head, but Mascaras was able to break free in the nick of time and the Bulldog took the full brunt of the chair shot instead. Lotz recovered to count the pin on the KO'd Brower.

7. In the Main Event, "Chief" Jay Strongbow from Pawhuska, OK defeated Waldo Von Erich (w/ German Helmet & "Classy" Freddie Blassie) at 12:06. Von Erich dominated the early going with his dirty brawling tactics but the Chief went on the warpath and mounted a spirited comeback. Strongbow unleashed a barrage of running knee lifts and tomahawk chops to stagger his opponent. Freddie Blassie tried to help out by distracting Referee Tony Altimore to allow Von Erich to use his helmet as a weapon, but Strongbow was able to reverse the helmet shot. Altimore turned around to make the three count.
GV - Dec 10, 2012 - 07:55 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 12/10/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 12/10/12 - Municipal Auditorium, Sioux City, IA. Att: 3,415.

Announcers: Ken Resnick & Wally Karbo
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Scott Ledoux & Robert Warren

1. Big Scott Hall pinned Pete Sanchez with the Hall Buster (Bulldog) at 2:36.

2. Soldad Ustinov (w/ Teijo Khan) over Jake "The Milkman" Milliman with the Russian Sickle off the ropes at 7:26.

3. Ladies Tournament Match. Desiree Peterson pinned Vivian Vachon with a Small Package at 6:30 to advance.

4. Paul "Hard Rock" Diamond defeated "Mr. 1st Class" Jerry Gray with a Front Suplex at 6:14.

5. Non-Title Tag Team Match. The Champion Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) beat the Alaskans (Rick Renslow & Dave Wagner w/ war clubs). Michaels pinned Renslow with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the 2nd Rope at 7:37.

6. "Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) over Billy Robinson by Count Out at 10:20. Rose smashed Robinson over the back with a fire extinguisher during OOR action while Sherri distracted Referee Robert Warren. Robinson could not make Warren's subsequent ten count.

7. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen (w/ branding iron and a wild look in his eyes) defeated "Olympian" Brad Rheingans by DQ at 12:37. As action spilled out onto the floor, Rheingans reversed Hansen's whip and sent the big Cowboy head-first into the ring post (an automatic DQ in the AWA Rule Book). Rheingans achieved a measure of revenge on the Wildman from Borger, TX after Hansen had busted him open with a horseshoe in Las Vegas last week. A bloody and berserk Hansen continued to battle with Rheingans all the way back to the dressing room.
DaveP - Dec 10, 2012 - 01:48 PM
Post subject: RE: AWA Results 12/10/12
Oh boy, I bet Wally Karbo is going to be threatening Buddy Rose with fines and suspensions after the Playboy's fire extinguisher attack on Billy Robinson. He might even take the drastic step of calling AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn down in Amarillo, Texas!
GV - Dec 11, 2012 - 08:08 AM
Post subject: RE: AWA Results 12/10/12
I agree, DaveP ! I'm sure Wally was very agitated by the Playboy's actions. If Verne Gagne has his way, Stanley Blackburn will most definitely become involved : ) Stanley was mysteriously replaced as Commissioner by Joe Blanchard in the waning days of the AWA.
GV - Dec 11, 2012 - 08:24 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 12/11/12
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 12/11/12 - Mobile Civic Center, Mobile, AL. Att: 9,976.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson, Billy Silverman & Johnny Boone

1. Horace Hogan pinned Bobby Blaze with the H Bomb (Fallaway Slam) at 4:28.

2. Perry Saturn over Big Rick Fuller with the Death Valley Driver at 7:29.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Shannon Moore (w/ "Sugar" Shane Helms & Evan Karagias) defeated Prince Iaukea with a Sleeper Neckbreaker combo at 5:28 to advance in the tournament.

4. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) eliminated Los Fabulosos (El Dandy & Silver King). Vito pinned El Dandy with the Code of Silence (Lifting Spinning DDT) at 7:30.

5. "Crippler" Chris Benoit beat "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ "Jerichoholics Anonymous" T-Shirt and bodyguard Ralphus) at 12:58. The dim witted Ralphus tried to lend a hand by tripping Benoit but ended up accidently tripping Jericho instead. The "Crippler" followed up with a Diving Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope onto the prone Jericho for the pin.

6. U.S. Tournament Match. Booker T and "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ valet Midajah) were both Counted Out by Referee Billy Silverman at 12:47 after the action spilled out onto the floor. A rematch has been ordered for next week inside a steel cage.

7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated "Macho Madness" Randy Savage (w/ valet Gorgeous George) at 13:40. George was trying to slip Savage a foreign object when "Macho Madness" was rolled up from behind by Flair for the winning pinfall.

Mike Tenay closed the show by announcing that Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon will meet Mike Awesome and "The Franchise" Shane Douglas in a tag team match next week.
GV - Dec 12, 2012 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 12/12/12
WWF Results (Circa Early 90's) 12/12/12 - Hersheypark Arena, Hershey, PA. Att: 6,002.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Dok Hendrix
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. Adam Bomb from Three Mile Island defeated Duane Gill with the Neutron Bomb (Flying Clothesline off the top rope) at 4:20.

2. Dean Douglas (w/ The Board of Education paddle) pinned Bob Cook with the Final Exam (Fisherman's Buster) at 6:23.

3. The match between the 1-2-3 Kid and the "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) was declared a No Contest at 7:41 after Referee Earl Hebner became sandwiched in between the two wrestlers during a violent mid-ring collision and was KO'd. Hebner had to be carried off backstage for medical treatment. Joey Marella will officiate the balance of the card.

4. Hakushi (w/ manager Shinja) defeated Man Mountain Rock (w/ Guitar) at 7:36. Shinja reached into the ring and tripped Rock as he bounded off the ropes. Hakushi then added a running Senton Splash onto his prone opponent for the pinfall.

5. The Allied Powers ("British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith & "Made in the USA" Lex Luger) beat Harvey Whippleman's team of Well Dunn (Timothy Well & Steven Dunn) at 7:21. Luger pinned Dunn with the Ace is the Place Running Forearm off the ropes.

6. "HBK" Shawn Michaels (w/ Psycho Sid) over Savio Vega at 14:25. Sid tossed Ring Announcer Manny Garcia's microphone into the ring and distracted Referee Joey Marella while HBK bashed Savio in the head with it. Marella turned around and made the three count for Michaels.

7. Intercontinental Title Match. The Champion, Bam Bam Bigelow, defeated the Challenger, "Double J" Jeff Jarrett (w/ country & western music, blinking glasses, the Fargo Strut and the Roadie) by DQ at 13:10. After several close two counts that nearly brought him the Intercontinental Championship, a frustrated Jeff Jarrett tossed Referee Joey Marella over the top rope and onto the floor. The Roadie then rushed into the ring and joined Jarrett in a double team beatdown of Bigelow. The Allied Powers ran in from the back to make the save.
GV - Dec 13, 2012 - 10:28 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 12/13/12
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results 12/13/12 - Louisville Gardens, Lousiville, KY. Att: 4,004.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Mac MacMurray & Fred Atkins

1. Hector Guerrero pinned Brad Anderson with a Victory Roll at 4:43.

2. "Black Rose" Dennis Condrey (w/ Pat Rose) over Ric McCord with a Brainbuster at 6:16.

Interview Segment. Bob Caudle and "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner.

Hoerner disclosed that he has his sights set on Jerry Oates' TV Title. Hoerner said that it would be a great scientific match for the fans to witness. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry then came out to join the interview. Embry complimented both Oates and Hoerner and said that he was up for the challenge to face either man. Hoerner returned the compliment and shook hands with Embry to close the segment.


3. "Dirty" Dutch Mantel (w/ "Shoo Baby" & Kansas Jayhawks tag team partner "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) defeated "Original Country Boy" barefoot Cousin Roscoe Junior with the Tennessee Chainsaw (Scoop Slam Piledriver) at 6:31. After the bout, the Jayhawks did a number on Junior until Dixie Dynamite ran into the ring to make the save.

4. The Hitmen (Killer Kyle w/ violin case & Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster) beat the tandem of Joe Cazana & Gary Scott at 4:33. Killer Kyle pinned Scott with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) off the ropes.

Bob Caudle announced that a tag match has been signed for next week between the Kansas Jayhawks and the team of Cousin Junior & Dixie Dynamite.

5. "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner defeated "Gentleman" Ken Timbs by DQ at 12:22. Hoerner appeared to have the match won with his Bridging O'Connor Roll until "Flamboyant" Eric Embry suddenly raced into the ring. Embry broke up the pin attempt and then laid out Hoerner with a Spiked Piledriver prompting Referee Fred Atkins to call for the bell. The fans sat in stunned silence as Embry and Timbs left the ring together. "Starfire" Derrick Dukes ran in from the back to check on Hoerner.

6. "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia) over Tommy "Wildfire" Rich at 13:35. Tommy got into an altercation with Miss Sylvia who had climbed up onto the apron. Fuller snuck up from behind with a Schoolboy Roll Up and added a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.
GV - Dec 14, 2012 - 07:50 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 12/14/12
UWF Results 12/14/12 - Muskogee Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. Att: 5,007.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Carl Fergie

1. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Sunshine) pinned "Beastman" Mike Boyette with the Superkick at 5:25.

Interview Segment with Jim Ross and "The First Couple of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt & "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert. Eddie does the talking while Missy Hyatt files her nails. Gilbert is just beaming about the newest addition to the Hyatt & Hot Stuff International stable. Jim Ross presses him for the name but Eddie refuses to divulge it. Gilbert says it's strictly on a "need-to-know basis" and that Ross doesn't need to know. Missy laughs and nods in approval. She says that the mystery man's identity will be revealed when the time is right.

2. Devastation Incorporated's Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Ken Massey with the Tombstone Piledriver at 3:41.

3. "Hollywood" John Tatum (w/ Missy Hyatt & "Coast Connection" partner Jack Victory) over Angelo Mosca Jr. (w/ "Jersey Boy" teammate "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) via Count Out at 5:17. Savoldi got blindsided by a cheap shot from Jack Victory OOR, prompting Angelo Mosca to leave the ring and come to his partner's defense. Victory got the worst of the scuffle, but succeeded in getting Mosca counted out. Prior to the match, Victory, who also hails from New Jersey, drew a great deal of heat from the crowd by insisting that Reeser Bowden introduce him as "The True Jersey Boy".

4. The Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd & New Zealand flag) defeated UWF rookie sensations Steve "Do It To It" Cox & Shane Douglas at 6:40. Cousin Luke snuck into the ring and joined Butch Miller in a Double Team Gutbuster on Cox behind the ref's back as Tommy Gilbert was sending an overzealous Shane Douglas back to his corner. Gilbert turned around just in time to count the pin for Miller.

5. "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette & ominous tennis racket) crushed Brickhouse Brown with a Diving Splash off the top rope at 7:13.

6. "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ valet Dark Journey) defeated Savannah Jack via Count Out at 14:35. With Dark Journey distracting Referee Carl Fergie, Slater rammed Savannah's head onto the timekeeper's bell at the announcers' table during OOR action. Savannah was unable to answer Fergie's ten count.

7. UWF Non-Title Match. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan surprised UWF Champion One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) with a Small Package pinfall at 16:20 after the Gang was sent crashing into Akbar who had climbed up onto the apron. There was pandemonium and confusion in the ring as Duggan grabbed the UWF Championship Belt and strapped it around his waist. Many believed that the championship had changed hands until Reeser Bowden reminded them that it was a non-title match. Some unruly fans boo'd the announcement and pelted the ring with debris.

In a post-match interview with Jim Ross, Duggan petitioned for UWF Commissioner John Ayers to reward him with a title match against the One Man Gang. This brought out Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy from the back who reminded Duggan that he was the real Number One Contender and should get a crack at the championship first. Commissioner Ayers then came out and announced that Gordy and Duggan would meet next week to decide who would face the One Man Gang for the title in the upcoming "Showdown in Shreveport" UWF PPV holiday spectacular.
GV - Dec 18, 2012 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: In Sympathy
The victims of last Friday's tragedy and their families and loved ones are all in our thoughts and prayers. We carry on with heavy hearts...
GV - Dec 18, 2012 - 07:55 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 12/18/12
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 12/18/12 - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Att: 9,880.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dave Hebner & John Benello

1. Virgil (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) and "Young Stallion" Jim Powers were both Counted Out by Referee Dave Hebner at 7:19 after the action spilled out onto the floor.

2. "Red Rooster" Terry Taylor defeated "Brooklyn Brawler" Steve Lombardi with the Cock of the Walk (Sharpshooter) submission hold at 4:13.

3. "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ blonde hair & "The Doctor of Style" Slick) pinned "Leaping" Lanny Poffo from Downers Grove, IL with a Flying Clothesline off the 2nd rope at 7:49.

4. The Islanders (Tama & Haku) beat the Conquistadors at 10:05. Tama pinned Conquistador #2 with a Diving Splash off the top rope.

5. Steel Cage Match. The Big Bossman over Convict# 90271 Nailz at 13:24. In an unusual ending, Nailz could not get the cage door to open after bashing the Bossman with a hidden shiv. The Ex-Con finally gave up on the door and turned around right into the Bossman's Hard Time Slam (Spinning Side Slam). Ironically enough, the Bossman had no trouble opening the door and exiting to victory.

6. The match between "El Matador" Tito Santana and "The King" Harley Race (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) was ruled a No Contest by Referee John Benello after Race KO'd Santana with his Royal Scepter prior to the bell when El Matador refused to kneel before him in reverence.

7. "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Damian) at 12:07. Heenan reached into the ring and attempted to trip Roberts but failed. Jake spun around and pointed a threatening finger at "The Brain" allowing Mr. Perfect to sneak up from behind with a Schoolboy Roll Up for the pinfall.
GV - Dec 19, 2012 - 08:45 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 12/19/12
TNA Results 12/19/12 - Clay County Regional Events Center, Spencer, IA. Att: 2,585.

Announcers: Jeremy Borash & Don West
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Brian Hebner, Jamie Tucker & Taryn Terrell

1. X Division. Jerry Lynn over Michael Shane by Count Out at 5:43. A charging Michael Shane was dumped over the top rope by Jerry Lynn and caught the steel ring steps on the way down to the floor. Shane could not answer Referee Brian Hebner's ten count and had to be assisted backstage afterward.

2. Gail Kim (w/ BFF & TNA Knockouts' Champion Madison Rayne) lost to Taeler Hendrix by DQ. Madison smashed Taeler in the head with her championship belt after Hendrix connected with the Kiss Goodnight (Roundhouse Kick) on an overconfident Gail Kim. Madison whined about the decision with Knockouts' Referee Taryn Terrell and said that Earl Hebner would have never called for a disqualification over that.

3. Garett Bischoff was Counted Out against Robbie E (w/ Big Robbie T) at 10:22. As the action spilled out of the ring, Bischoff got into a scuffle with Robbie T on the floor. Garett held his own against the big bouncer from the Jersey Shore but lost track of Referee Jamie Tucker's ten count in the process.

Backstage Segment

TNA Official Frank Coutinho is wrapping up a meeting with company President Dixie Carter & Senior VP Bruce Prichard when he is confronted by Madison Rayne. Madison is protesting Taryn Terrell's disqualification of Gail Kim from earlier this evening. Frank defers her to Brooke Hogan who is in charge of the Knockouts' Division but Madison just pouts.

Brooke Hogan suddenly walks by and is flagged down by Frank. Frank says that he would like to see a rematch between Taeler Hendrix and Gail Kim next week. Madison Rayne is ecstatic until Frank adds that Madison should be barred from ringside. Frank also suggests that if Taeler wins, she should receive a title shot against Madison the following week. Brooke nods in agreement and orders the rematch between Kim and Hendrix for next week with Frank's stipulations. Madison stamps her feet and storms off !


4. The Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) defeated the Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) by DQ at 7:11. The TNA Tag Team Champs, the British Invasion (Doug Williams & Brutus Magnus), came down to ringside to scout both teams as contenders for their titles. Magnus ran in and broke up Alex Shelley's pin attempt on Andy Douglas after Shelley connected with the Shell Shock (Twisting STO). The Naturals had some choice words for the British Invasion for costing them the match.

5. Rob Van Dam pinned Matt Hardy with a Small Package at 13:21. The match of the night that featured several near pinfalls and saw both competitors kick out of each other's finishers. Matt was attempting a second Twist of Hate when he was cradled by RVD for the pinfall.

6. "The Icon" Sting over "The Monster" Abyss (w/ Father James Mitchell) at 11:35. Mitchell tried to throw a handful of powder into Sting's face but ended up getting Abyss with it instead. Sting capitalized on Mitchell's miscue by applying the Scorpion Death Drop (Inverted DDT) onto his blinded opponent for the victory.
GV - Dec 20, 2012 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 12/20/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 12/20/12 - Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL. Att: 6,117.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Corsica Jean & Scrappy McGowan

1. Tiger Conway Jr. pinned Vic Rossitani with a Flying Tackle off the ropes at 2:35.

2. Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) over "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas with the Korean Claw Hold at 4:10.

3. Steve Keirn defeated the Beautiful Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) with a Flying Cross Body Press at 5:54.

4. "All-American" Bob Roop pinned Ron Slinker with a Roll Up after Slinker was whipped into his manager "Playboy" Gary Hart who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere.

Interview Segment with Gordon Solie and the Brisco Brothers (Jack & Jerry). Jack is on crutches after a brutal assault on his knee by former friend Don Muraco at the Bayfront Center in St. Petersburg two weeks ago. Jerry says that he's going to take care of business the Brisco way. Jack says that Muraco will need his crutches after Jerry gets through with him in tonight's Main Event.

5. Florida Tag Team Tournament Finals. Steel Cage Match. Sonny King's Family (King Curtis Iaukea & "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc) lost to the Spoilers (I & II). Spoiler I pinned King Curtis after Iaukea was catapulted face-first into the cage wall. The Spoilers are the Florida Tag Team Champions ! (Match stipulations specified that the bout could be won via pinfall, submission or escaping the cage.)

6. Jerry Brisco gained a measure of revenge for his injured brother Jack by defeated Don Muraco by DQ at 14:50. Muraco was caught in Jerry's Figure Four Leglock in the middle of the ring and slugged Referee Scrappy McGowan to avoid taking the submission loss. Muraco limped out of the ring and pointed a threatening finger at Brisco.
GV - Dec 21, 2012 - 10:22 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 12/21/12
WCW/n.W.o. Thursday Thunder Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 12/21/12 - Carmichael Auditorium, Chapel Hill, NC. Att: 7,767.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Nick Patrick & Johnny Boone

1. "Mr. World Class" Chip Minton went down to defeat at the hands of Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) and the Shooting Star Press off the top rope at 3:49.

2. "Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay needed two feet on the ropes for leverage to pin "The Chairman of WCW" La Parka at 6:52 after the popular luchador missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. "Hard Knox" Chris Candido (w/ Tammy Lynn Sytch) and Lenny Lane were both Counted Out at 7:40 as they brawled around ringside.

4. "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ the Insane Clown Posse) defeated Berlyn (w/ The Wall) at 7:41. The Wall climbed up on the apron to interfere and inadvertently hit his own man. Berlyn was scolding his bodyguard in German when he was rolled up from behind by Vampiro for the winning pinfall.

5. U.S. Tournament Match. Scott Hall (w/ an n.W.o. entourage of "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash, Hollywood Hogan & Syxx) eliminated Steve "Mongo" McMichael at 12:05. Referee Johnny Boone and Steve McMichael both needed eyes in the back of their heads to catch all the blatant n.W.o. cheating. With Nash holding the ref's attention, Hogan smashed McMichael from behind with a baseball bat. Hall then finished off Mongo with the Outsider's Edge as Boone turned around to count the pin.

6. Diamond Dallas Page and Kanyon defeated "Career Killer" Mike Awesome and his partner "The Franchise" Shane Douglas in a tag match. Kanyon pinned Douglas with the Flatliner (Reverse STO) at 10:32 while DDP pummeled Awesome outside the ring. Kimberly Page, who has been the centerpiece of a bitter feud between DDP and Awesome, was conspicuously absent from ringside during the match,

7. U.S. Tournament Steel Cage Match. Booker T vs. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ valet Midajah). Booker T may have caught a break when a vicious Steinerline (Clothesline) from "Big Poppa Pump" sent him crashing through the door and out of the cage to victory. Booker advances while Steiner has been eliminated from the tournament.
GV - Dec 22, 2012 - 03:00 PM
Post subject: WCCW Results 12/22/12
WCCW Results 12/22/12 - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX. Att: 12,711.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & David Manning
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Marvin Jones

1. "Cowboy" Tony Falk (w/ pink Stetson & bandana) submitted to Billy Jack's Full Nelson at 2:28.

2. "Maniac" Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated Perry Jackson from Texarcana with the Singapore Sleeper Hold at 6:41.

3. Jose Lothario and Kelly Kiniski battled to a 10:00 time limit draw. Kiniski may have been saved by the bell as he was caught in a Sunset Flip pin attempt by Lothario as time expired.

4. The Texas TV Title match between Champion Al Madril and the challenger Brian Adidas never took place. Adidas was jumped from behind and injured by Madril during a prematch interview with Bill Mercer.

5. The Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko B. Ware w/ boombox) defeated the Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) at 8:36. With all four men battling in the ring and Referee Rick Hazzard trying to restore order, Koko Ware smashed Steve Simpson in the head with the boombox amidst all the chaos. Norvell Austin made the cover as Hazzard turned around to count the pin.

6. In a wild match, the popular Red River Jack (a masked man who suspiciously resembles Bruiser Brody in stature) defeated Crusher Yurkoff (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) via Count Out at 11:19 after a Piledriver on the floor. After the bout, Gary Hart motioned to the back and waved in his troops. Abdullah the Butcher and Mark Lewin rushed into the ring and put a beatdown on Jack. Gary Hart was about to remove the mask and reveal Red River Jack's identity when Kerry Von Erich raced in and cleared the ring with a chair.

7. "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez (w/ "Gentleman" Chris Adams & Nicola Roberts) over "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich (w/ father Fritz Von Erich) by Count Out at 14:22. Things seemed to be going well for the Von Erichs as Kerry had Gino trapped in the Iron Claw Hold in the middle of the ring while Fritz applied the Claw to Chris Adams on the floor, but Nicola Roberts intervened and sprayed mace into Fritz's eyes. Kerry bailed from the ring to attend to his blinded father and was counted out by Referee Marvin Jones.
GV - Dec 23, 2012 - 10:42 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 12/23/12
UWF Results 12/23/12 - Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO. Att: 8,399.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Jerry Usher & Alfred Neely

1. Veteran Art Crews went down to defeat at the hands of "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer and his patented Flying Powerslam off the ropes at 4:34.

2. "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll put up a gallant fight but was cradled in a Small Package by the Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) at 6:33.

Interview segment with Jim Ross and Hyatt & Hot Stuff International. Jim Ross continues to press Eddie Gilbert for the name of the mysterious new member of their stable but Eddie refuses to divulge the man's identity. He talks instead about the tag team titles and the Fantastics. Eddie says that he's on a mission to win the belts and that he and Sting will be the number one contenders after they defeat Ted Dibiase and "Dr. Death" Steve Williams later on tonight.

3. "Gorgeous" Gary Young (w/Downtown Bruno) over Brad Armstrong at 6:36. Bruno bashed Armstrong from behind with a tire iron while Gary Young kept Referee Alfred Neely occupied. Young then leapt off the top rope with a Diving Knee Drop onto his prone opponent for the pinfall.

4. UWF TV Title Match. The challenger, "Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ valet Dark Journey) actually heard some cheers from the crowd but it was not enough to carry him to victory over the TV Champ "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt). Missy reached into the ring and pulled Slater's foot out from under him as he was attempting to body slam Landel. The "Nature Boy" fell on top and added a foot on the ropes for extra leverage to secure the pin. A cat fight ensued outside the ring between Dark Journey and Missy Hyatt with both girls grabbing a fistful of each other's hair.

5. Devastation Incorporated's "Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ handler Friday & General Skandor Akbar) defeated "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan by Count Out at 9:37. Kamala choked out Sweetan with an extension cord on the floor while Skandor Akbar distracted Referee Jerry Usher. Sweetan desperately tried to crawl back into the ring but was too late to make Usher's ten count.

6. Missy Hyatt's team of "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (from "Every Girl's Dream") and Sting ("From Every Man's Nightmare") were defeated by the tandem of Ted Dibiase and "Dr. Death" Steve Williams at 12:49. Williams pinned Sting with the Oklahoma Stampede while Gilbert and Dibiase battled outside the ring. After the bout, a furious Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt stormed off and left Sting at ringside.

7. Number One Contender's Match as ordered by UWF Commissioner John Ayers. Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy (w/ fellow Freebirds Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts) defeated "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan at 14:48. This was pretty much a handicap match that saw several cheap shots from both Hayes and Roberts. Duggan was finally able to corral them on the apron with a Noggin Knocker but the distraction was just what Gordy needed to roll up "Hacksaw" from behind for the pinfall. Terry Gordy will face the UWF Champion One Man Gang for the title at the "Showdown in Shreveport" PPV spectacular.

After the bout, a disappointed Jim Duggan vented his frustration to Jim Ross. "You can never wrestle just one Freebird at a time !! It's always two against one and three against one !! The deck always has to be stacked in their favor and I'm sick and tired of it !! John Ayers and Bill Watts have to do something about this right now !!!"
GV - Dec 24, 2012 - 10:18 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 12/24/12
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 12/24/12 - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 942.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: David Crockett
Referees: Tommy Young & Sonny Fargo

1. "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) over Rocky King via submission with the "Unbreakable" Full Nelson at 3:27.

2. Lazer Tron pinned Jim Jeffers with a Flying Tackle off the ropes at 4:05.

3. "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel defeated Tim "Powerhouse" Parker with a Diving Backhand Chop to the head at 6:33.

4. Doug Vines submitted to Don Kernodle's Cobra Clutch hold at 4:56.

5. Thunderfoots I & II went down to defeat at the hands of the Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) at 4:13. The Express combined for their patented Double Drop Kick on Thunderfoot #1 for the pinfall.

6. NWA Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ blue sequin robe and the "ten pounds of gold") over Nelson Royal with the Figure Four Leglock at 5:52 in a non-title match.

7. The Barbarian (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) defeated "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant by Count Out at 13:35. The Barbarian tossed Valiant out of the ring and distracted Referee Sonny Fargo while Paul Jones clubbed the "Boogie-Woogie Man" over the head with his cane. Valiant was out cold on the floor as Fargo layed the ten count on him. This was a special challenge match issued last week by Paul Jones. Jones agreed to face Valiant in the ring if the "Boogie-Woogie Man" could get through all the members of his Army.
GV - Dec 25, 2012 - 10:05 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 12/25/12
AWA Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 12/25/12 - Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN. Att: 11,525.

Announcers: Larry Nelson & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referees: Gary DeRusha & "Benchwarmer" Bob Lurtsema

1. Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) over "El Gordito" Nacho Berrera with the Bulldog at 3:21.

2. David Sammartino pinned Jay York with a Powerslam off the ropes at 5:56.

3. "The Illustrious" Jonnie Stewart from Pacific Palisades, CA defeated "Z Man" Tom Zenk via Count Out at 9:25. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Stewart was able to sidestep Tom Zenk's running charge causing him to sail over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Zenk could not get back in the ring in time to make Referee Gary DeRusha's ten count.

"In This Corner" interview segment with Larry Nelson and AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn. After consulting with Wally Karbo and various AWA officials, Blackburn announced that he has levied a $2,500 fine against "Playboy" Buddy Rose for his recent actions in Sioux City, IA. We are shown a clip of the Playboy bashing Billy Robinson across the back with a fire extinguisher during their match. (Rose won the contest by Count Out as a result). Rose's manageress "Sensational" Sherri Martel interupts the interview and has some choice words for the Commissioner. Blackburn warns Martel to watch her step or that she'll be fined as well.

4. The Destruction Crew (Wayne "The Train" Bloom & "Mean" Mike Enos) beat the tandem of D.J. Peterson & the Trooper at 11:50. Mike Enos snuck into the ring and combined with Wayne Bloom for a Double Hot Shot on the Trooper while Referee Bob Lurtsema was sending D.J. Peterson back to his corner. Lurtsema finally turned around and reluctantly counted the pin for Bloom. Lurtsema, who calls himself "The People's Ref", has publicly stated on several occasions that he does not like the Destruction Crew and "Mean" Mike Enos in particular.

5. Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell by Count Out at 13:28. The crafty and devious El-Kaisee baited Blackwell into leaving the ring and chasing him around ringside to cause the Count Out. The bad blood between these two continues.

6. "Rocker" Shawn Michaels (w/ fellow "Rocker" Marty Jannetty) beat "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Go the Ninja) by DQ at 13:20. Young Michaels made a spectacular entrance and carried the fight to the veteran Zbyszko. The action spilled outside the ring where all four men battled on the floor. Zbyszko sent Michaels head-first into the ring post to draw the disqualification from Referee Gary DeRusha.

7. AWA World Title Match. Champion Rick Martel turned back the challenge of Number One Contender Nick Bockwinkel from Beverly Hills, CA at 12:21. Bockwinkel's tag team partner Ray "The Crippler" Stevens came down to ringside with a hidden foreign object in his hand and tried to bash Martel with it. The Champion was able to duck at the last second and Bockwinkel took the full brunt of the loaded punch instead leading to the pinfall.


MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE !!!!!!
GV - Dec 26, 2012 - 10:52 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 12/26/12
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 12/26/12 - Expocentre, Topeka, KS. Att: 9,761.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Bill Alphonso

1. "Rap Master" P.N. News was Counted Out in his match against Mike Thor at 4:13 thanks to interference from "Stunning" Steve Austin and his valet Miss Blossom who had wandered down to ringside. Austin and News got into a shouting match outside the ring and Blossom interjected herself into the confrontation by spraying perfume into the eyes of the big "Rap Master". The blinded News staggered around ringside and could not find his way back inside the ring in time to make Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count.

2. Cactus Jack from Truth or Consequences, New Mexico defeated Chuck Coats with the Double Arm DDT at 4:49. The wild and unpredictable Cactus received some cheers from the crowd during his ring entrance when he did his "Bang ! Bang!" six-gun hand gesture.

3. Black Blood was disqualified by Referee Pee Wee Anderson in his match against Johnny Gunn at 5:31. Anderson caught Black Blood's manager "Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan smashing Gunn from behind with a kendo stick. (Black Blood is a masked Billy Jack Haynes : )

4. "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) defeated lumberjack Big Josh (w/ axe handle) by Count Out at 10:42. Dangerously was a nuisance at ringside and constantly interferred in the match. Josh finally had enough and chased the pesty manager back to the dressing room as Referee Bill Alphonso layed the ten count on him.

5. U.S. Champion Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Marcus Alexander Bagwell at 9:50 in a non-title match. Muta pinned Bagwell in spectacular fashion with a Moonsault off the top rope.

6. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Jimmy "Jam" Garvin w/ Big Daddy Dink) defeated the Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick and young brother Scott) by Count Out at 15:00. Pandemonium and chaos with all four men battling outside the ring ! Rick was preoccupied with Big Daddy Dink which allowed the Freebirds to give Scott a Double DDT on the floor. Scott could not shake out the cobwebs to make Pee Wee Anderson's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) over the man called Sting (w/ spikey blonde hair, face paint & the jungle yell) at 16:31. Harley Race removed the padding from a top turnbuckle but neither man was able to take advantage of it until Vader avoided a Stinger Splash in the tainted corner. Sting landed chest-first onto the exposed steel and was stunned just long enough for Vader to follow up with a Splash off the 2nd rope to gain the pinfall.
GV - Dec 27, 2012 - 11:25 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 12/27/12
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 12/27/12 - Manatee Civic Center, Palmetto, FL. Att: 3,838.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Dok Hendrix
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Mike Chioda & Tim White

1. Looney Bob Backlund over "Rugged" Reno Riggins by submission with the Crossface Chicken Wing at 6:15.

2. Crush pinned Terry Gibbs with a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker off the ropes at 4:26.

3. Razor Ramon defeated Rad Radford with the Razor's Edge (Crucifix Powerbomb) at 6:47.

4. Damien Demento pinned "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya at 8:14 by grabbing the ropes for leverage and sitting on Montoya's chest during a failed Sunset Flip attempt.

5. Men on a Mission (Mabel & Mo with rapping manager Oscar) over Sunny's Bodydonnas (Skip & Zip) at 10:34. Mabel pinned Skip with a huge Splash after the Bodydonnas were whipped into each other from opposite corners of the ring.

6. "King of Harts" Owen Hart (w/ "Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji) defeated the 1-2-3 Kid at 8:55. Fuji was a menace at ringside and constantly interferred. It looked as though the "Samurai Warrior" was finally going to get his comeuppance when the 1-2-3 Kid caught him up on the apron but the devious Fuji escaped his clutches by throwing a handful of ceremonial salt into the Kid's eyes. Owen Hart capitalized on the moment by rolling up his blinded opponent from behind for the winning pinfall.

7. In the Main Event, Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji) over "Native American" Tatanka by DQ at 14:21. Fuji once again made his presence felt at ringside by getting in several cheap shots with the Japanese flag whenever Referee Mike Chioda's back was turned. Tatanka had enough and was finally able to pry the flag away from him. The "Native American" cleaned house by bashing both Yokozuna and his manager with the flag as the fans roared in approval, but Chioda saw the whole incident and called for the bell.
GV - Dec 28, 2012 - 10:57 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 12/28/12
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results 12/28/12 - Hartsell High School, Hartsell, AL. Att: 2,018.

Announcers: Phil Raney & Hartsell High Head Football Coach Harland Marsh
Ring Announcer: Senior Class Treasurer Tamara Kendall
Referee: Mark Curtis

1. Billy Joe Travis pinned the Stormtrooper with a Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope at 1:19 after the Stormtrooper missed a corner charge and ran full steam into the turnbuckle.

2. The Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs with the Bucksnort Blaster (Chokeslam) at 6:30.

3. Norvell Austin defeated Johnny "Crash" Rich with a little help from Pat Rose who wandered down to ringside. Rose tripped Rich coming off the ropes and Austin followed up with a Diving Head Butt onto his prone opponent to gain the pinfall at 6:19.

4. The team of Dixie Dynamite and "Original Country Boy" Cousin Roscoe Junior were victorious over the Kansas Jayhawks ("Dirty" Dutch Mantell & "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) by disqualification at 7:20. The Jayhawks were constantly admonished by Referee Mark Curtis for their dirty double teaming tactics. Bobby Jaggers had enough and tossed Curtis over the top rope and out of the ring to draw the DQ.

5. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry (w/ "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) over "Starfire" Derrick Dukes (w/ "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner) via Count Out at 9:31. Embry and Timbs combined to slam Dukes through the announcers' table while Referee Mark Curtis was ironically warning Tim Hoerner not to interfere in the bout. Dukes could not recover in time to make the ref's ten count.

6. Robert Gibson defeated "Filthy" Phil Hickerson at 10:28. The crafty Gibson slipped out of Hickerson's Verticle Suplex attempt and cradled his bewildered opponent for the winning pin.

7. In the Main Event, "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin turned the tables on "Dr. D." David Schultz by reversing a head smash to an exposed turnbuckle that Schultz had removed the padding from earlier in the match to gain the pinfall.
GV - Dec 29, 2012 - 11:24 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 12/29/12
TNA Impact Results 12/29/12 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,293.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay, Todd Keneley & "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Earl Hebner, Brian Stiffler & Taryn Terrell

1. X Division. Sonjay Dutt over Kenny King by DQ at 6:30. King thought he had the match won with his Royal Flush finisher (Fireman's Carry Side Slam), but Referee Earl Hebner was out of position and slow to count the pin. Dutt kicked out on the count of two and a rabid Kenny King took out his frustration by slugging Hebner to draw the disqualification.

2. Knockouts' Return Match as ordered by Brooke Hogan. Taeler Hendrix vs. Gail Kim. (Kim was DQ'd last week after Knockouts' Champion Madison Rayne bashed Hendrix with her title belt to save Gail from being pinned.) Kim was once again accompanied by her BFF Madison Rayne until TNA Official Frank Coutinho appeared at the top of the ramp with a microphone and reminded Referee Taryn Terrell that Madison was barred from ringside. Frank also pointed out that if Hendrix wins tonight, she gets a title match against Madison next week. Both Gail Kim and Madison Rayne went ballistic with choice words for Frank, but Terrell enforced the stipulation and ordered Madison to return to the locker room.

Hendrix once again carried the match to Gail Kim and tried to finish her off with the Kiss Goodnight, but her Roundhouse Kick was caught by Kim and quickly reversed into the Eat Defeat (Inverted Stomp Jawbreaker) for the pin at 7:40.

3. The Diamonds in the Rough ("Prime Time" Elix Skipper & David Young w/ Simon Diamond) were defeated by Ink Inc. (Shannon Moore & Jesse Neal w/ Daffney) at 7:23. Simon Diamond interferred one time too many in this match and accidently tripped his own man David Young. Shannon Moore capitalized on the miscue and hit the Halo (Leaping Reverse Corkscrew Body Block off the top rope) onto the woozy Young for the three count.

4. "Cowboy" James Storm over Frankie Kazarian (w/ "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels) at 11:04. Daniels tried to throw his green Appletini cocktail into the Cowboy's face but inadvertently got his tag team partner Kazarian with it instead. The blinded Kazarian stumbled right into Storm's Last Call Superkick for the pinfall.

5. Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles in an unusual ending at 14:04. With Chavo down on the canvas, Styles leapt up to the top rope to deliver the Spiral Tap (Diving Corkscrew Senton), but he was pushed off from behind by the TV Champ "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero who had run down to ringside. With the tables turned and Styles now down on the mat, Chavo climbed up to the top rope and delivered the Frog Splash for the winning pin. Styles continues to have his problems with Father James Mitchell's New Church.

6. "The It Factor of Professional Wrestling" Bobby Roode beat "The War Machine" Rhino in controversial fashion. X Division Champion and self-proclaimed "Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries came down to ringside and interjected himself into the match. Aries, who seems to have a vendetta against all former ECW wrestlers who he refers to as being "over the hill" ever since his backstage altercation with Frank Coutinho a couple of weeks ago, began heckling Rhino and encouraging him to retire. Aries climbed up to the apron to show off his X Division Belt and was promptly speared to the floor by "The War Machine" with the Gore, however Roode was able to take advantage of the moment and rolled up Rhino from behind for the win.
GV - Dec 30, 2012 - 10:36 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 12/30/12
WWWF Results (Mid to Late 70's) 12/30/12 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. Att: 14,627

Announcer: Vince McMahon
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Dick Woehrle, Dick Kroll & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz defeated Johnny Rivera by Count Out at 6:30. As the action spilled out onto the floor, the cat-quick Rodz was able to side step a Johnny Rivera charge causing Rivera to crash full steam into the ring post. Rivera gallantly tried to crawl back into the ring but it was not in time to make Dick Woehrle's ten count.

2. "Bad News" Allen Coage (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) pinned "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw at 5:24. Coage caught McGraw with a vicious Clothesline off the ropes that spun "Quick Draw" around mid-air.

3. The masked El Olympico over a game Charlie Fulton from Marion, OH with a surprise Small Package at 8:29.

4. Dino Bravo defeated Stan "The Man" Stasiak from Buzzard's Creek, OR (w/ The Grand Wizard of Professional Wrestling) by DQ at 8:58. Stasiak dubiously pinned Dino Bravo with both feet on the ropes after Bravo missed a corner charge, but insisted upon giving his opponent the dreaded Heart Punch after the victory. Referee Dick Kroll reversed his decision and awarded the match to Bravo via disqualification.

5. Tag Team Tournament Finals. The Valiant Brothers ("Handsome" Jimmy & "Luscious" Johnny w/ Captain Louis Albano) defeated the tandem of Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf to win the titles at 12:53. "Luscious" Johnny snuck into the ring and gave Billy White Wolf a Swinging Neckbreaker behind Referee Dick Woehrle's back. Woehrle turned around in time to find Jimmy Valiant making the cover and counted the pin on White Wolf.

6. "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd (w/ The Grand Wizard) over "The 8th Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant via Count Out at 17:26. Ladd smashed Andre from behind with the time keeper's bell during OOR action while the Wizard kept Referee Dusty Feldbaumer occupied. Andre could not recover in time to make Feldbaumer's ten count.

7. WWWF Championship Tournament Finals. Bruno Sammartino defeated "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ The Grand Wizard) with a Backbreaker at 24:14 to win the title. Several wrestlers including Tony Garea and "Polish Power" Ivan Putski ran into the ring to congratulate Sammartino as he proudly held the Championship Belt aloft.
ACOMPLITAN - Dec 30, 2012 - 12:35 PM
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Great Write Ups As Always. Love All Your Write Ups More Fond Of The Older Wwwf/Wwf Ones, That Is What I Grew Up On Watching.
GV - Dec 30, 2012 - 05:00 PM
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Me too, ACOMPLITAN ! Growing up in Connecticut, the old WWWF/WWF were all I could tune in back in the day when I first started watching wrestling. I would stay up every Saturday night and watch "Championship Wrestling" on WOR-TV 9 at midnight right after the horse racing! I couldn't wait to see who Blassie, the Wizard and Captain Lou would be managing next : ) Then along came cable TV in the mid 80's and all of a sudden I could also follow Jim Crockett's Mid Atlantic NWA, the Von Erichs' WCCW and the AWA on ESPN. Great memories ! Thanks so much for the kind words, ACOMPLITAN and for following along !

George
ACOMPLITAN - Dec 30, 2012 - 08:17 PM
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Hi George, Yes The Same Here That Horse Racing Seemed Like It Lasted For Ever Waiting For Wrestling. Great Memories
GV - Dec 31, 2012 - 09:55 AM
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It sure did, ACOMPLITAN ! Sometimes it was a struggle just to stay awake ! I remember Stan Bergstein & Spencer Ross were the hosts of the horse racing program. We also got the WWWF's "All Star Wrestling" program on Saturday afternoons at 4:00. Like "Championship Wrestling", they were mostly squash matches from Allentown and Hamburg, PA house shows although the tag team titles would often change hands on these programs : )

George
GV - Dec 31, 2012 - 10:02 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 12/31/12
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 12/31/12 - Hollywood Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL. Att: 12,880.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Buddy Colt & "Coach" John Heath

1. Sweet Brown Sugar defeated Herb Calvert by DQ at 4:26 when Sugar was attacked by Siegfried Stanke during OOR action. Stanke came down to ringside and smashed Sugar from behind with a folding chair and then put the boots to him on the floor until Tiger Conway Jr. ran out from the dressing room to make the save.

2. Killer Karl Kox (w/ Lars Anderson and the mysterious money bag) over the masked El Rayo at 2:08. Lars smashed El Rayo in the head with his bag of coins while Kox distracted Referee John Heath. Kox added a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the dubious pin.

3. The popular Rocky Johnson pinned Big Bill Dromo after a pair of High Flying Drop Kicks to the chops at 5:18.

4. The wild & crazy Bugsy McGraw (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) needed a handful of tights to pin Paul Ellering at 7:32 after a sneaky cane shot from his manager.

5. Sonny King's Family (Don Muraco & King Curtis Iaukea) defeated the Brisco Brothers (Jack & Jerry) at 13:34. Sonny King slipped Don Muraco some brass knucks and distracted Referee Buddy Colt while Muraco snuck into the ring and KO'd Jerry Brisco with a loaded punch. Iaukea made the cover as Colt turned around to count the pin.

6. In the Main Event, Jim Garvin over "The Notorious" Ox Baker by disqualification at 11:04. Baker brought a garbage can into the ring and smashed it over Garvin's back to draw the DQ. Baker was not done yet as he tossed Referee John Heath out of the ring and hit Garvin repeatedly in the head with the trash can lid. Florida Champion "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes ran in with several Bionic Elbows to chase off Baker.
GV - Jan 01, 2013 - 12:30 PM
Post subject: UWF Results 1/01/13
UWF "Showdown in Shreveport" Results 1/01/13 - Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA. Att: 8,323.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Ronnie West

1. Jack Victory (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) pinned "Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord with a Piledriver at 4:41.

2. General Skandor Akbar's Devastation Incorporated (Bad Leroy Brown & "Wild" Bill Irwin) beat Los Guerreros (Chavo & Mando Guerrero) at 5:37. The devious Akbar hit Mando Guerrero with a Low Blow while Bill Irwin distracted Referee Ronnie West. Leroy Brown made the cover as West turned around to count the pin.

3. "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol over the huge Russian Kortsia Korchenko (w/ Downtown Bruno) by submission with the Las Vegas Leglock at 6:50.

4. The crafty "Bullet" Bob Armstrong pinned "Timekeeper" Mike George with a Lateral Guillotine at 8:18.

5. UWF Tag Team Title Match. The challengers, the Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd) defeated the Champions, the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers). The Sheepherders mauled Rogers with their New Zealand Flag while Lord Jonathan Boyd kept Referee Tommy Gilbert occupied. Rogers was busted open after several flag pole shots and bled profusely. Gilbert examined the wound and stopped the match due to blood at 12:18. The Fantastics retain the belts despite the loss.

6. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Sunshine) over Sting (w/ Missy Hyatt & "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert) at 13:45. In an unusual turn of events, Gilbert turned on his tag team partner and threw a fireball in Sting's face. The blinded Sting walked right into Chris Adams' Superkick leading to the pinfall.

To make matters even more bizarre, Terry Taylor, who was forced to leave the UWF in July after losing a match to Eddie Gilbert, ran into the ring and flattened his former tag team partner Chris Adams with his patented Flying Five Arm. Taylor and Gilbert then put the boots to both Sting and Adams before leaving the ring together. A stunned Jim Ross said that he thought he would never live to see the day when such bitter rivals as Taylor and Gilbert would align themselves with one another. Ross lamented, "Hyatt and Hot Stuff International have finally revealed their newest member."

7. UWF Title Match. The Champion One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) turned back the challenge of Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy (w/ fellow Freebirds Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Jack Roberts) at 16:54. Gordy was whipped into Buddy Roberts who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. The Gang rolled up the staggering Gordy from behind with a handful of tights to make the pin and retain the UWF Title.


HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE !!!!!
GV - Jan 02, 2013 - 01:14 PM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 1/02/13
WCW/n.W.o. Starrcade PPV Results 1/02/13 - Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN. Att: 14,975.

Announcers: Mike Tenay, Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson, Nick Patrick & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Cruiserweight Tournament Rematch. Lenny Lane over "Hard Knox" Chris Candido (w/ Tammy Lynn Sytch) by DQ at 4:50. Tammy lost her temper with Charles Robinson after several "slow" counts on pin attempts by Candido and slapped the referee across the face to draw the disqualification.

2. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ manager Sonny Oono) over Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) at 6:29. Oono climbed up on the apron to smash Billy Kidman with his briefcase but caught a haymaker from Kidman instead. Nevertheless, the distraction allowed Miller to roll up Kidman from behind for the winning pinfall.

3. "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero over Disco Inferno at 6:19. Eddie received some unexpected help from Scott Putski who wandered down to ringside and pushed Disco Inferno off his perch on the top rope. Guerrero followed up with his Frog Splash finisher to put away his opponent. After the bout, Disco and Putski battled back to the dressing room.

4. U.S. Tournament Match. Buff Bagwell pinned "Rowdy" Roddy Piper with a handful of tights at 11:29 after Piper missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the turnbuckle.

5. Tag Team Tournament Match. The n.W.o.'s Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall w/ "Hollywood" Hogan) over Sister Sherri's Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray) at 9:19. "Hollywood" Hogan clubbed Stevie Ray from behind with a baseball bat while Nash distracted Referee Mark Johnson. Hall followed up with the Outsider's Edge (Crucifix Powerbomb) to pin Stevie as Johnson turned around to make the three count.

6. Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight. Diamond Dallas Page vs. "Career Killer" Mike Awesome. DDP fought like a man possessed and battered Awesome from one end of the Market Square Arena to the other. Page choked out Awesome with some TV cables and pinned him on the floor of the production room.

7. WCW Title Match with Michael "Let's Get Ready To Rumble" Buffer providing the ring introductions. World Champion Sting over the challenger, Goldberg by DQ at 16:38. With Goldberg caught in the Scorpion Death Lock, The Giant (WWE's Big Show) ran down to ringside and attacked Sting from behind. Referee Charles Robinson immediately called for the bell. The Giant then planted both the champion and challenger with Chokeslams before leaving ringside with Sting's championship belt.
GV - Jan 03, 2013 - 07:41 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 1/03/13
AWA Results 1/03/13 - Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA. Att: 5,033.

Announcers: Ken Resnick & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Rich Frisk & Larry Lisowski

1. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers over Jim Evans with his South African Facebuster (Face First Piledriver) at 6:59.

2. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated Rick Gantner with the Superfly Splash off the top rope at 8:50.

3. "Sensei" Pat Tanaka (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) over the "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski via Count Out at 7:11. DDP pulled down the top rope as Steve O was whipped toward him by Tanaka. Olsonoski took a bad tumble out of the ring and could not make Referee Larry Lisowski's ten count.

4. Doug "Pretty Boy" Somers (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel) was counted out in a brawl with Tommy "Jumbo" Tsuruta around ringside at 8:39. Somers got tangled up in the TV crew and could free himself in time to make Referee Rich Frisk's count.

5. "Rocker" Marty Jannetty (w/ fellow Rocker Shawn Michaels) over "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli & "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly) by DQ at 8:09. Jannetty caught Kiniski with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes but Kevin Kelly pulled Referee Larry Lisowski out of the ring before he could finish making the three count to draw the disqualification.

6. Ray "The Crippler" Stevens (w/ Nick Bockwinkel) defeated "High Flyer" Greg Gagne by Count Out at 14:57. After several cheap shots by Nick Bockwinkel, Gagne's French temper finally got the better of him and he battled Bockwinkel all the way back to the dressing room as Referee Rich Frisk layed the ten count on him.

7. In the Main Event, "Precious" Paul Ellering's Road Warriors (Animal & Hawk) beat the veteran tandem of Baron Von Raschke & "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell at 13:52. The Warriors may have caught a break in this back and forth tag match. With both men battling on the floor, Von Raschke tossed Hawk back in the ring just as Referee Larry Lisowski's count reached "10" causing the Baron alone to be counted out.
GV - Jan 04, 2013 - 08:27 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 1/04/13
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 1/04/13 - The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA. Att: 15,858.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Dave Hebner & Nick Kozak

1. B. Brian Blair defeated Goldie Rogers with a Sleeper Hold at 2:14.

2. Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart (w/ "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart) pinned Jim Young with the Anvil Toss (Running Powerslam) at 5:02.

3. "The African Dream" Akeem (w/ funky dance steps and "The Doctor of Style" Slick) over Battle Kat with the Air Africa Splash at 8:37.

4. WWF Tag Team Title Match. The champions, Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ Mr. Fuji) turned back the challengers, the Bushwhackers (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) at 11:51. Smash pinned Cousin Luke after a sneaky cane shot from Mr. Fuji went undetected by Referee Nick Kozak.

5. Steel Cage Match. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine (w/ "Luscious" Johnny V.) defeated his former tag team partner Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake at 13:58. Brutus caught a bad break when his patented High Knee Smash inadvertently sent Valentine flying out of the cage door to victory.

6. Intercontinental Tournament Match. "Macho Man" Randy Savage (w/ Miss Elizabeth) eliminated Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat at 13:24. Referee Dave Hebner was knocked down after a Steamboat flying Drop Kick sent the Macho Man crashing into him. The Dragon tried to help Hebner get back to his feet but was rolled up from behind by Savage in the process for the pinfall.

7. The Main Event tag match between the duo of Hulk Hogan & "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and their opponents "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase & Virgil was ruled a No Contest after Referee Nick Kozak was KO'd at 13:13. Dibiase tried to bash Hogan with the Million Dollar Belt but ended up blindsiding Kozak with it instead.
GV - Jan 07, 2013 - 08:01 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 1/07/13
WCCW Results 1/07/13 - North Side Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 3,367.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Rick Hazzard

1. Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe (w/ white hard hat & boombox) over Rusty Brooks with a Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope at 5:56.

2. The Missing Link (w/ green face paint and General Skandor Akbar) pinned Johnny Mantel with a Flying Head Butt at 4:27.

3. The Grappler (Len Denton under a mask) defeated "Master G" George Welles via Count Out at 4:27. Welles was KO'd by a kick from the Grappler's Loaded Boot during OOR action and was unable to answer Referee Rick Hazzard's ten count.

4. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette and ominous tennis racket) over Iceman King Parsons by DQ at 9:18. The Iceman caught the shady Jim Cornette trying to sneak into the ring and clobbered the pesty manager causing him to drop his trusty tennis racket. Parsons grabbed the weapon and smashed both Cornette and Oliver with it to draw the disqualification from Referee Bronco Lubich.

5. Red River Jack defeated "Maniac" Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) in a vicious Steel Cage Match. Jack tied Lewin's arms up in the ropes and caught him with a running Big Boot to the mush before climbing out of the cage to victory at 11:27.

6. Texas Tag Team Title Match. The champs, Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez, narrowly retained their belts against the challengers, "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich & his brother Kevin Von Erich at 13:47. Nicola reached into the ring and tripped Kevin as he bounded off the ropes. Gino followed up with a Diving Elbow Drop off the top rope to gain the pinfall on Kevin. The fan support was rather mixed in this contest. Though they are heels, the Dynamic Duo are very popular with the young ladies at ringside.
GV - Jan 08, 2013 - 08:18 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 1/08/13
TNA Results 1/08/13 - Chaifetz Arena, St. Louis, MO. Att: 5,072.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & Don West
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Jamie Tucker, Mike Posey & Taryn Terrell

1. Christian York defeated Joey Ryan (w/ "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan) by DQ at 6:33. Morgan ran into the ring to break up Christian York's pin attempt after York hit his Mood Swing (Swinging Neckbreaker) finisher on Ryan. Referee Jamie Tucker immediately called for the bell.

2. The Young Bucks (Jeremy & Max Buck) beat the tandem of Kid Kash & Gunner by disqualification at 4:26. Jeremy Buck connected with a 450 Splash off the top rope onto Kid Kash, but Gunner pulled Referee Mike Posey out of the ring before he could finish making the three count to draw the DQ.

3. "Hardcore Country" Mickie James over ODB (w/ hubby Eric Young) via Count Out at 8:14. Tara came down to ringside with her boyfriend Jesse Godderz and immediately got into a confrontation with Eric Young. ODB left the ring to stand beside her man and was counted out by Knockouts' Ref Taryn Terrell.


Backstage Segment

We see Brooke Hogan flirting with Bully Ray. Austin Aries walks by, smiles and shakes his head. He's on his way to the dressing room to prepare for an X Division title defense against Jerry Lynn later on tonight. Aries sees Hulk Hogan off to the side watching his daughter and Bully Ray in disbelief.

Aries: "They make a cute couple don't they, Dad ?"

The Hulkster is fuming and says nothing. Aries laughs and enters the locker room.



4. Ron "The Truth" Killings defeated Crimson with the Consequences (Elevated Cradle Neckbreaker) at 7:02.


Todd Keneley announces that ODB and Eric Young will face Tara and Jesse Godderz in a mixed tag match next week.


5. X Division Title Match. (This will be a Ladder Match in which the X Division Belt is suspended from the rafters above the ring.) The Champion and self-proclaimed "Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries successfully retained his title against the challenger Jerry Lynn at 12:16. Both men took a beating and sustained injuries from high falls in this brutal match. The end came after Aries caught Lynn with a Missile Drop Kick off the ladder and then reclimbed to the top to retrieve the X Division belt for the victory.


Backstage Segment

The bruised and battered Aries bumps into TNA Official Frank Coutinho on his way back to the dressing room sparking a heated confrontation.

Aries: "Got any more over-the-hill ECW lackeys to send my way, Frank ?"

Frank: "You were lucky tonight, Aries"

Aries smirks and holds the X Division belt up to Frank's face. Franks pushes it away. There's a tense staredown between the two.

Aries: "I'm the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived ! I don't need 'luck' to beat Jerry Lynn or anyone else !"

Frank: "Your days as champ are numbered, Aries."

Impact GM Hulk Hogan walks up and separates the men before the confrontation can escalate.

Hulkster: (To Frank) "Easy, Brother. I got this."

Aries: "Oh sure, you take his side, Hogan ? Everyone wants to see me lose this belt ! Well, don't hold your breath, fellas, because I plan on being the X Division Champion for a long, long time !!"

Hulkster: "Hit the shower, Aries. I've heard enough from you tonight !"

Aries: "You hit the shower, Hogan ! Better yet, tell your daughter to hit the shower and make sure it's a cold one at that !"

This time it's Frank's turn to hold back the Hulkster as Aries walks away snickering. Hogan is seething as Frank tries to calm him down.



6. In the Main Event, "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy electrified his "creatures" in attendance by pinning Bully Ray with the Swanton Bomb off the top rope at 13:10. After the bout, a concerned Brooke Hogan ran down to ringside to check on Bully. Hulk Hogan rubbed his chin and stewed over the moment as he watched from a monitor in the back.
GV - Jan 09, 2013 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: Mid-Atlantic Results 1/09/13
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 1/09/13 - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 517. (There is a noticable abundance of empty seats at the Superstation Studios for today's show. A freak snowstorm has covered Fulton County in a half a foot of snow.)

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: David Crockett makes the introductions from the announcer's table rather than inside the ring.
Referee: Tommy Young

1. "Avalanche" Buzz Tyler defeated Randy Barber at 4:39. Little crowd reaction from the sparce studio audience for the babyface Tyler during the ring introductions. Nevertheless, Tyler dominated his opponent and finished Barber off with the Avalanche Splash.

Interview Segment. David Crockett and "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant.

Valiant has his "old lady" (a baseball bat with the name "Paul Jones" carved into the barrel) with him. Valiant is half-singing and half-shouting his rant. He is clapping and stamping his foot to get the crowd into it. "Paul Jones... Paul Jones... Paul Jones... the Boogie Man's gonna getcha !!" Valiant says he needs back up because it's too big a job for his "old lady". Valiant brings out "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez to watch his back. The Boogie-Woogie Man says that he wants "Superstar" Billy Graham in the ring next week. Valiant gives David Crockett a big kiss and leaves the set with Fernandez.


2. "The Enforcer" Arn Anderon (w/ Ole Anderson) over Tommy Angel at 2:41. This match played out like an Arn Anderson highlight reel with "The Enforcer" working over Angel's left arm, a devastating Spinebuster off the ropes followed by a DDT and finally the Gourdbuster for the pinfall.

3. "Pistol" Pez Whatley surprised George South with a Backslide at 7:31. South gave Whatley a good run for his money and got in a fair amount of offense before the final three count.

Interview Segement. David Crockett and NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair

Vintage Ric Flair interview. The "Nature Boy" is "stylin' and profiling" in a designer suit, sunglasses, expensive Rolex watch and "the ten pounds of gold". Flair spouts off about being "the dirtiest player in the game". He says, "To be the man, you gotta beat the man !" The "Nature Boy" says Magnum T.A. doesn't have what it takes. Flair talks about private jets, mansions, limos and more women than he has time for. He says "Whether you like it or you don't like it, sit down and take a look at it because it's the best thing going today !!" and closes the segment with his signature "Woooooooo !!!!"


4. TV Champ Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) pinned the Italian Stallion at 6:05 in a non-title match. Tully with his customary handshake to start things off despite being the heel. Blanchard with some clean wrestling holds and maneuvers, but then breaks out the rough stuff when Stallion mounts a comeback. Tully hits the Slingshot Suplex for the victory.

5. The popular duo of Rick Steamboat and Jay Youngblood defeated the State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker). Youngblood pinned Parker with a Small Package at 6:14.

Interview Segment. David Crockett & "Number One" Paul Jones.

Jones tells the "Boogie Man" to be careful what he wishes for. He says, "You want "Superstar" Billy Graham next week ? You got it, Pal !!" Jones says he's not worried about Manny Fernandez. He ponders, "Why would anybody want to be in the corner of that hobo tramp ??" Jones reminds David Crockett that the Barbarian beat Jimmy Valiant last week. Crockett is quick to point out that it was a tainted victory. (We are shown footage of Paul Jones clubbing Valiant from behind with his walking stick to cause the count out.) Jones throws a fit and storms off the set.


6. "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes pinned "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff (w/ ten feet of chain and Krusher Khruschev) at 11:32. Koloff was rolled up by Dusty after being dazed by an inadvertent chain shot from Khruschev.
GV - Jan 10, 2013 - 07:50 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 1/10/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 1/10/13 - Township Auditorium, Columbia, SC. Att: 3,004.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Teddy "Peanut Head" Long & Nick Patrick

1. "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ guitar) beat "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with the Hammer Rocks (Slingshot) Suplex at 2:24.

2. "Ravishing" Rick Rude over Chief Allen Iron Eagle with the Rude Awakening (Hangman's Neckbreaker) at 2:51.

3. The Texicans (Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce w/ hangman's noose) defeated the tandem of Larry Santo & Rikki Nelson (w/ no Ozzie & Harriet and no chance of winning) at 6:41. Slazenger pinned Nelson with an Inverted DDT.

4. WCW TV Champ Johnny B. Badd (w/ the Badd Blaster confetti cannon) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio in a non-title match at 10:24. Badd had his hands full with the quick and agile Scorpio. Undetected by Referee Teddy Long, the TV Champ grabbed the top rope to block Scorpio's Sunset Flip attempt into the ring from the apron. Badd held onto the rope for leverage and sat on Scorpio's chest as Long made the three count.

5. The Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) upset the York Foundation ("The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor and Richard Morton w/ Executive Director Alexandra York and Head of Security Mr. Hughes) at 12:40. Smothers caught Terrence Taylor with the Jaw Jacker (Flying Back Elbow Smash off the 2nd rope) after Taylor was knocked silly by an errant laptop smash from Mr. Hughes.

6. "Rap Master" P.N. News over "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Southern Belle Miss Blossom) by DQ at 9:15. Blossom pushed P.N. News off the top rope as the "Rap Master" was setting himself to deliver his Broken Record (Diving Splash) finisher. Referee Nick Patrick saw the whole incident and immediately called for the bell.

7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (in all his sequin robed splendor) defeated "Flying" Brian Pillman at 15:26. The cagey Flair was able to roll through on Pillman's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope and secured the pin with a handful of tights.
GV - Jan 11, 2013 - 07:51 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 1/11/13
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 1/11/13 - Blackham Coliseum, Lafayette, LA. Att: 4,711.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Michael P.S. Hayes
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Jerry Usher & Rick Ferrara

1. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan pinned Mike "Hammer" Reed with a Running Forearm from a 3 Point Stance at 5:46.

2. Former babyface Terry Taylor (w/ "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) defeated "The Raging Greek" Mike Pappas at 3:08. Taylor wasted no time in fitting right in with the Hyatt & Hot Stuff International stable by slugging Pappas with Missy Hyatt's loaded Gucci handbag while Eddie Gilbert kept Referee Rick Ferrara occupied. Ferrara finally turned around just in time to count the pin. Taylor was pelted with beer cups and insults as he returned to the locker room with Gilbert and Hyatt.

3. Porkchop Cash surprised "Gorgeous" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) with a Small Package at 5:30 to take the duke.

4. The Coast Connection ("Hollywood" John Tatum & Jack Victory w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated the UWF's super rookie tandem of Shane Douglas & Steve "Do It To It" Cox at 7:27. Tatum used a handful of tights to pin Cox after a Dirty Double Team behind Referee Jerry Usher's back.

5. Sam Houston beat Eli the Eliminator of Devastation Incorporated (w/ General Skandor Akbar) at 8:29. A very competitve match that was decided by Houston's Bulldog Finisher after several near pinfalls by both men.

6. "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol defeated "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer by Count Out at 11:42. "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater wandered down to ringside with his valet Dark Journey and immediately instigated a confrontation with Buzz. The two were separated from blows but the altercation led to Sawyer's count out.

7. In the Main Event, Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) over "Dr. Death" Steve Williams by Count Out at 13:40. During OOR action, Humongous Chokeslammed "Dr. Death" through the announcers' table while his manager distracted Referee Jerry Usher. Williams was slow to recover and unable to answer Usher's ten count.
GV - Jan 12, 2013 - 06:49 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 1/12/13
WWF Results (Circa Early 90's) 1/12/13 - The Mecca, Milwaukee, WI. Att: 10,806.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & John Benello

1. The Mighty Kwang (w/ Harvey Whippleman) cradled hapless Duane Gill at 4:41 after blowing the mysterious green mist in his eyes.

2. "Made in the U.S.A." Lex Luger defeated Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz (w/ corked Louisville Slugger bat) by submission with the Torture Rack at 4:29.

3. Doink the Clown (w/ evil carnival music) over Max Moon with the Whoopie Cushion (Seated Splash off the top rope) after Max slipped on a banana peel that Doink had dropped on the canvas.

4. The Beverly Brothers (Beau & Blake w/ The Genius) beat the duo of Scotty Taylor & Bob Cook at 6:33. Blake pinned Cook after the Beverlys combined for their Shaker Heights Spike Finisher (Flapjack/Head Spike Combo). Prior to the match, The Genius attempted to read one of his poems but was drowned out by a chorus of "Boos !"

5. Man Mountain Rock (w/ "WWF" shaped guitar) over "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) by DQ at 9:56. Kama was caught by Referee John Benello bashing Rock over the head with the Million Dollar Man's steel briefcase for the disqualification.

6. The Headshrinkers (Fatu & Samu w/ Afa, a raw fish, a coconut and Captain Lou Albano) beat the Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre w/ Johnny Polo) at 10:05. Jacques was rolled up from behind by Fatu after he was whipped into his manager Johnny Polo who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere.

7. In the Main Event, WWF Champion Bret "The Hitman" Hart beat Jerry "The King" Lawler at 15:15 in a non-title match. Caught in Hart's Sharpshooter, "The King" desperately tried to crawl to the ropes to break the hold but came up a few inches short and had to tap out.
GV - Jan 13, 2013 - 07:07 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 1/13/13
AWA on ESPN Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 1/13/13 - Showboat Sports Pavillion, Las Vegas, NV. Att: 5,229.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Nick Bockwinkel
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Robert Warren & Scott Ledoux

1. Pete Sanchez from San Juan, Puerto Rico over Leon "The Baby Bull" White via Count Out at 5:41. Boris Zhukov came down to ringside waving his Russian Flag and caught the ire of "The Baby Bull". White chased Zhukov back to the dressing room which earned him loud cheers from the crowd but also cost him the count out.

2. The pompous "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) was a bit to arrogant for his own good in his match against Kent Carlson. Kelly tossed his opponent out of the ring and battered Carlson around ringside. "Mr. Magnificent" then paused to flex his muscles and jaw with the fans and was counted out along with Carlson at 5:31 by Referee Scott Ledoux.

3. Ladies Championship Tournament. Debbie Combs pinned the Magnificent Mimi with a Flying Cross Body Press at 8:17 to advance in the tournament.

4. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Go the Ninja) pinned Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris at 5:18. Zbyszko had difficulty lifting big Ferris into his Piledriver Finisher and nearly botched the move. Prior to the match, Zbyszko snatched the mic away from Ring Announcer Al DeRusha and serenaded the crowd with "Hello, Spudheads !!" earning him some heel points.

5. Taking a page from his old man, Curt Hennig defeated "Olympian" Brad Rheingans with "The Axe" off the ropes (Running Forearm) at 10:56 in a great scientific match. Rheingans and Hennig shook hands both before and after the bell.

6. Blackjack Lanza & Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) beat the Fabulous Ones ("Sweet" Stan Lane & Steve Keirn) by DQ at 11:39. "Sweet" Stan reversed a cowbell smash on Lanza right in front of Referee Robert Warren to draw the disqualification.

7. Bruiser Brodie (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell in a brutal and bloody Steel Cage Match at 15:12. Blackwell was knocked dizzy after being run face-first into the cage wall. Brodie then landed a Leaping Knee Drop onto his opponent before climbing out to victory.
GV - Jan 14, 2013 - 09:53 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 1/14/13
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 1/14/13 - Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA. Att: 14,005.

Announcer: Vince McMahon
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Woehrle, "Wee" Willie Weber & Terry Yorkston

1. Manuel Soto went down to defeat at the hands of Waldo Von Erich (w/ German WWII helmet & "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) at 4:02. Von Erich pinned Soto with the Blitkrieg Knee Drop off the top rope.


Pre-taped Interview Segment from an empty area.

Vince McMahon (in yellow sport coat): "Wrestling returns to Poughkeepsie at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center on Saturday, January the 19th. Scheduled to appear will be "High Chief" Peter Maivia, the Heart Punch specialist Stan "The Man" Stasiak and the "Eighth Wonder of the World"... Andre the Giant.

Also scheduled to appear is the man standing to my right, one George "The Animal" Steele, along with his manager, Captain Louis Albano, and Mr. Albano, George Steele's opponent that night in Poughkeepsie will be none other than Bob Backlund."

Albano: "That's right, McMahon !! Just look at my champeen here !! George Steele !! A throwback to the Cro-Magnon Man of the Mesosaurus Era !!

McMahon: "Mesosaurus ?"

Albano: "That's right !! What of it ?"

McMahon says nothing.

Albano: "He stands 6 ' 3" and weighs some 290 lbs ..."

Steele: "Hey !! Hey you !!"

McMahon: "Mr. Albano..."

Albano: "Go ahead !"

McMahon: "... if I may..."

Albano: "Go ahead !"

McMahon: "... the tongue..."

Albano: "Go ahead !"

McMahon: "Why is it green ?"

Steele: "Hey !! Hey you !!"

Albano: "I saw it, you saw it, he saw it, they saw it ..."

McMahon: "Yes, but why is it whipping about in a lizard-like fashion and why is it green ?"

Albano: "It's a rare pituitary disorder, McMahon. "The Animal" is being treated by Dr. Rodney Papoofnick."

McMahon: "Dr. Papoofnick has the reputation of being somewhat of a quack in the medical profession does he not ?"

Albano: "You've got the brain of dehydrated BB, McMahon, do you know that ? If we put it in a parakeet it would fly backwards ! What do you think of that ?"

McMahon: "Thank you for your time, Mr. Albano. That's George "The Animal" Steele and his manager, one Captain Louis Albano, this Saturday night in Poughkeepsie."



2. Pittsburgh's own Dominic Denucci beat Doug "Gashouse" Gilbert with the Airplane Spin at 5:06. Denucci earned face points for being the hometown hero.

3. George "The Animal" Steele (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) over Rene Goulet by submission with the Flying Hammerlock at 5:06. The fans chanted "Albano is a bum ! Albano is a bum !" as the Captain raced around ringside in his open Hawaiian shirt covering his ears and puffing away on a cigar.

4. "Polish Power" Ivan Putski pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna from the Isle of Malta with the Polish Hammer off the ropes at 8:59. The big Baron was a handful for Ivan and constantly used a hidden foreign object from his tights throughout the bout.

5. "The Iron Greek" Spiros Arion (w/ "Classy" Freddie Blassie) wrestled "Country Boy" Haystacks Calhoun (w/ bare feet and Lucky Horseshoe) to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw. Arion stalled throughout this match and kept bailing out of the ring at the first sign of trouble. The frustrated hillbilly complained to Referee Dick Woehrle about his opponent's tactics but there was little Woehrle could do. Arion always managed to get back in the ring at the count of nine.

6. Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko defeated the Grand Wizard of Wrestling's Golden Grahams ("Superstar" Billy Graham & "Crazy" Luke Graham) at 10:11. Luke was constantly distracted by the fans' shouts of "Crazy Luke !" The Wizard tried to console him in the corner which allowed Zbyszko to sneak up from behind with a Schoolboy Rollup for the winning pinfall.

7. In the Main Event, "Olympic Strongman" Ken Patera (w/ Captain Lou) over Bob Backlund via Count Out at 28:32. The action spilled out onto the floor where both men traded punches around ringside. Patera managed to roll back into the ring as Referee Terry Yorkston's count reached nine, but Backlund was held outside by Albano and missed the count.
ACOMPLITAN - Jan 14, 2013 - 04:35 PM
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These Write Ups Are Super. I Feel Like I Am Watching Them On TV. Keep Up The Great Work.
GV - Jan 15, 2013 - 07:40 AM
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Glad you are enjoying the write ups, ACOMPLITAN ! Thanks so much !
GV - Jan 15, 2013 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 1/15/13
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 1/15/13 - Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC. Att: 13,816.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Charles Robinson

1. "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera pinned Silver King with a Small Package at 6:38.

2. Meng over "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux by submission with the Tongan Death Grip at 7:05.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Ultimo Dragon eliminated Shannon Moore (w/ Evan Karagias & "Sugar" Shane Helms) with the Dragon Sleeper Hold at 5:34.

4. Hardcore Match. "Nasty Boy" Brian Knobbs defeated "Screaming" Norman Smiley at 6:22. Knobbs set Smiley up on a table in the ring and came off the 2nd rope with a Splash through the table to pin his opponent.

5. "Iceman" Dean Malenko over "Squire" David Taylor (w/ "Lord" Steven Regal) at 11:17 in a very competitive match. The end came for Taylor when his Bluebloods' tag team partner Regal accidently smashed him with the Union Jack flag pole leading to the pinfall.

6. Tag Team Tournament Match. The Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) eliminated KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) via Count Out at 12:21. With Marinara up on the apron distracting Referee Charles Robinson, Vito clocked Brian Adams from behind with a blackjack on the floor. Robinson put the ten count on the KO'd Adams to send the Mamalukes into the Finals against the n.W.o.'s Outsiders (Kevin Nash & Scott Hall).

7. In the Main Event, The Giant (WWE's Big Show) and Goldberg were both counted out by Referee Scott Dickinson at 15:28. With the Giant woozy and up against the ropes, Goldberg came running with a mighty clothesline that sent both men toppling over the top rope and out onto the floor. Neither man could shake out the cobwebs from the fall in time to make Dickinson's ten count.
GV - Jan 16, 2013 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 1/16/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 1/16/13 - Ralph Munroe Marine Stadium, Virginia Key, Miami, FL. Att: 6,172.

Announcers: Jay Goodley & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Frenchy Bernard

1. The Missouri Mauler put away "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas with a Neckbreaker at 6:01.

2. Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito defeated the duo of Butch Cassidy & Pete Austin at 4:15. Saito with the Oriental Sleeper on Cassidy for the victory.

3. Sweet Brown Sugar (w/ Tiger Conway Jr.) pinned Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 6:06. With Referee Frenchy Bernard knocked down in the action, Sir Oliver tossed his walking stick into the ring for Stanke to use but Sugar grabbed it first and used it to KO his opponent. Frenchy recovered to make the three count.

4. Jack Brisco over Ron Slinker (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) by submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 11:50.

5. "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ the devious Sonny King) pinned Steve Keirn at 9:13. With his manager up on the apron distracting Referee Bill Alphonso, LeDuc pulled brass knucks from his tights and laid out Keirn with a loaded punch. Alphonso turned around just in time to count the pinfall. After the bout, Sonny King's Family members Pak Song and Don Muraco rushed the ring to join LeDuc in a triple-team beatdown of Keirn. Mike Graham and Jack Brisco ran in to make the save.

6. Florida Title Match. "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes retained his title by pinning "The Notorious" Ox Baker after reversing a chair shot at 13:20.
GV - Jan 17, 2013 - 07:44 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 1/17/13
TNA Results 1/17/13 - Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, OH. Att: 3,390.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & Don West
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Andrew Thomas & Brian Hebner

1. Brian Kendrick beat youngster Sam Shaw with the Sliced Bread #2 (Corner Backflip Inverted DDT) at 4:21.

2. Mixed Tag Match. Hollywood power couple Tara & boyfriend Jesse Godderz defeated ODB and hubby Eric Young via Count Out at 5:33. During OOR action, Tara smashed ODB in the head with SoCal Val's microphone. The woozy ODB could not make Referee Brian Hebner's ten count. After the bout, EY tried to revive his wife by giving her a nip from her flask and then took one for himself for good measure.

3. Devon pinned Garett Bischoff at 8:22. The overzealous Bischoff missed a corner charge and ran full steam into the turnbuckle. Devon cradled his stunned opponent with both feet on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.

4. The deranged Matt Hardy defeated Mr. Anderson by Count Out at 10:31 after giving him the Twist of Hate on the concrete floor during OOR action.

5. TNA TV Title Match. "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero (w/ Reverend James Mitchell & "The Monster" Abyss) successfully retained his title by Count Out against the challenger, "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles at 10:23. Styles got into a scuffle with Abyss at ringside and completely lost track of Referee Brian Hebner's ten count.

6. Six Man Tag Match. In the Main Event, ECW veterans Rob Van Dam, "The War Machine" Rhino & Jerry Lynn (w/ Frank Coutinho) defeated X Division Champion and self-professed "Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries, "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian by DQ at 13:01. Aries thought that he had won the match for his team by pinning Jerry Lynn after Kazarian smashed Lynn in the head with the X Division belt, but Frank Coutinho pointed out the mischief to Referee Andrew Thomas. Thomas then watched a replay of the finish on Todd Keneley's monitor and awarded the match to Team ECW by disqualification. An irate Austin Aries glared at Frank menacingly as the participants left the ring.
GV - Jan 18, 2013 - 07:48 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 1/18/13
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results 1/18/13 - Williamson Memorial Fieldhouse, Williamson, WV. Att: 4,013.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referee: Mark Curtis

1. "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ "Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey) pinned Gary Scott with a Running Powerslam at 4:54.

2. Hector Guerrero over "Wild" Bill Ash at 5:52 after a high risk maneuver backfired. With his opponent prone on the canvas, "Wild" Bill attempted a Splash off the top rope but was met by a boot to the jaw on the way down as Hector lifted a foot.

3. Ric McCord defeated "Hollywood" Bob Holly at 7:33. A series of rolling cradles around the ring ended with McCord on top for the winning pinfall.

4. The Fabulous Blondes ("Flamboyant" Eric Embry & "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) beat the duo of "Starfire" Derrick Dukes and "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner via Count Out at 7:46. The Blondes gave Hoerner a Double Hot Shot on the barricade railing during OOR action. Derrick Dukes attended to his injured partner as Referee Mark Curtis issued the ten count.

5. Tommy "Wildfire" Rich electrified the Fieldhouse by pinning "Dirty" Dutch Mantel with his patented Thesz Press off the ropes at 10:04. "Wildfire" received a huge ovation from the Williamson fans during his ring entrance earning him extra babyface points.

6. Smoky Mountain Championship Title Match. The Champion, "Superstar" Bill Dundee turned back the challenge of "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia) to retain his title at 22:56. Fuller came within an eyelash of stealing the belt after Miss Sylvia smashed the champ from behind with her loaded purse, but Dundee was able to get a foot on the ropes to break the three count. The end came for the "Tennessee Stud" when Fuller was sent crashing into Sylvia who had climbed up on the apron to interfere once again. The woozy Fuller turned around and was met by a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope by Dundee for the pin.
GV - Jan 19, 2013 - 07:04 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 1/19/13
WCCW Results 1/19/13 - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,239.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: "Reliable" Ralph Pulley & David Manning

Tonight's program began with a special presentation to Fritz Von Erich from the Mayor of Lewisville, Texas, the Honorable Ann Pomykal. Ms. Pomykal presented Fritz with a handsome plaque commemorating his support of the Greater Lewisville United Way and Denton County Chamber of Commerce. Killer Khan and "Playboy" Gary Hart suddenly burst upon the scene and attacked Von Erich from behind. Khan bashed Fritz with his own plaque and then applied the Asiatic Spike to Von Erich's throat. Fritz quickly crumpled to the floor as Khan applied the pressure. Several officials and ring attendants tried to subdue Khan but to no avail. Kerry Von Erich finally arrived to chase off the Mongolian monster and attend to his father.

1. "Latin Heartthrob" Al Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) made quick work of Sean Cody by forcing a submission with his Spinning Toe Hold at 1:11.

2. Killer Kahn (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Private Terry Daniels by DQ at 7:52. Khan drew serious heel heat from the fans for his assault on Fritz Von Erich at the top of the program. Kerry Von Erich ran into the ring with a chair and bashed Khan over the head with it to draw the disqualification on Terry Daniels. During an interview with Marc Lowrance afterwards, Kerry apologized to Daniels for costing him the match and swore revenge on Killer Khan.

3. "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas over "Maniac" Matt Borne by disqualification at 7:02. Borne was caught by Referee Ralph Pulley hitting Atlas with brass knucks that he had pulled from his tights.

4. Mike Von Erich and the Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) were both counted out as they brawled around ringside at 7:05. Von Erich was preoccupied the entire match with getting his hands on Gary Hart. Mike was finally able to apply the Iron Claw Hold to Hart OOR but was met by a faceful of the Mysterious Green Mist from the Great Kabuki to break the hold.

5. Brian Adidas defeated sleazy Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 13:41. Caught in a Sleeper Hold with arms flailing away, a desperate and fading Jake Roberts slugged Referee David Manning to draw the disqualification.

6. In the Main Event, "Playboy" Gary Hart's wild tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & Mark Lewin defeated the duo of "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich & Red River Jack (Bruiser Brody under the mask) at 13:12. Like his brother earlier in the program, Kerry was obsessed with giving Gary Hart his comeuppance during the bout. Referee Ralph Pulley had his hands full trying to maintain any semblance of order. With all four men battling in the ring, Killer Khan ran down to ringside and smashed Kerry from behind with his father's plaque. Abdullah followed that up with the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) to gain the tainted pinfall.
GV - Jan 20, 2013 - 07:52 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 1/20/13
WWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 80's) 1/20/13 - Kiel Center, St. Louis, MO. Att: 10,116.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Nick Kozak & Dave Hebner

Gorilla Monsoon opened the telecast with a "Batten down the hatches !" before welcoming us to the "jam-packed" Kiel Center where "the capacity crowd" was "literally hanging from the rafters" : )

1. "High Roller" Barry O from "The Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada" went down for the three count after a Crescent Kick to the mush off the ropes from Haku at 4:17. Barry nearly pulled off an upset after a Backbreaker across the knee, but arrogantly covered Haku for a two count. Gorilla commented, "He'll never get him that way, Jess... you gotta hook the leg !"

2. King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) was disqualified by Referee Nick Kozak in his match against Jose Luis Rivera at 6:00. Bundy squashed his opponent with the Atlantic City Avalanche in the corner and then insisted on a five count from the referee on the subsequent pin attempt. Kozak refused to oblige and was tossed over the top rope and to the floor by Bundy to draw the DQ.

Gorilla said that King Kong Bundy was "bigger than I've ever seen him before" and referred to him as "The Walking Condominium". Monsoon pondered whether or not Bundy was weighed on a scale from the docks of New York. Gorilla also labeled Bundy's manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan as "a fountain of misinformation" ; )

3. Skinner (w/ a pouch full of alligator teeth and nasty black tobacco juice) pinned "Superfly" Sivi Afi after the Gatorbreaker (Inverted DDT) at 5:05.

After the bout, Skinner wickedly smiled at the camera with tobacco juice drooling down his chin prompting Gorilla to observe, "This guy's not all there, Jess." Skinner continued to stomp away on Afi as Monsoon shouted, "Come on Ref, get in there and do your job !!"

4. Bad News Brown defeated the Big Bossman from the Department of Correction in Cobb County, GA, at 8:50. With Referee Dave Hebner knocked down in the action, Brown jabbed the Bossman in the throat with his own nightstick and then secured the pin with a handful of tights as a woozy Hebner crawled over to make the three count.

After reviewing the footage on instant replay, Monsoon became quite animated by Brown's cheap shot with the nightstick and said "That'll give you a negative attitude in a hurry !" When Jesse Ventura insisted that he saw no foul play, Gorilla wearily shook his head and said "Gimme a break, Jess."

5. The Hart Foundation ( Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart w/ manager Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart and annoying megaphone) over The Hillbillies (Uncle Elmer & Hillbilly Jim w/ lucky horseshoe) at 9:47. Jim grabbed the irritating Jimmy Hart by the throat on the apron, but was cradled from behind by "The Excellence of Execution" Bret Hart for the pinfall. Prior to the bell, the Hillbillies square danced in the ring to their entrance music with Ring Announcer Mike McGuirk to earn them extra babyface points. Gorilla clapped along to the hoedown and shouted, "A little Do-si-do ! I love it !"

Monsoon said that he would have liked to have seen what Hillbilly Jim had in mind for "that little pip-squeak" Jimmy Hart before the pin. He also added that Hart's megaphone was giving him an "Excedrin #49."

6. "El Matador" Tito Santana, who, according to Gorilla, "Never has a problem getting a date for Saturday night," was counted out in his match against "Outlaw" Ron Bass at 11:55. As the action spilled outside of the ring, Bass choked out "El Matador" on the floor with his bullwhip "Miss Betsy". Clutching his throat and gasping for breath, Santana was unable to make it back inside the ring in time to make Referee Nick Kozak's ten count.

During the match, Jesse Ventura drew the wrath of his announcing partner by referring to Tito Santana as "Chico Santana" in his color commentary.

Gorilla: "Drop Kick... and a beauty from Santana !! He nailed him !!"

Ventura: "Chico really got up there on that one, Gorilla !"

Gorilla: "Enough already ! It's "Tito", Jess !"

Ventura: "That's what I said, "Chico" ! Chico Santana !"

Gorilla: "Will you please stop !"

Ventura then insisted that Santana was a former taco vendor from Tijuana to which Gorilla replied, "That's highly unlikely, Jess."


7. Intercontinental Tournament Match. The Honky Tonk Man (w/ guitar, Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) defeated "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich in controversial fashion at 14:29. Peggy Sue pulled the Tornado's leg out from under him as he was suplexing the Honky Tonk Man back inside the ring "the hard way" from the apron. Honky fell on top of Von Erich and added a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin. Gorilla lamented, "What a miscarriage of justice !!"

We miss you, Gorilla !!! : )
GV - Jan 21, 2013 - 08:42 AM
Post subject: Mid-Atlantic Results 1/21/13
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 1/21/13 - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 909.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: David Crockett does the ring introductions from the announcers' table instead of inside the ring.
Referee: Mike Atkins

1. The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) defeated Joel & Vernon Deaton at 3:16. The Express combined for their patented Double Drop Kick on Joel Deaton for the pin.

2. United States Champion Magnum T.A. pinned Doug Vines with the Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 1:09 in a non-title bout.

Interview segment with David Crockett & Chief Wahoo McDaniel.

Wahoo is clearly in a bad mood this evening. He glares at the camera and says that he has no friends in professional wrestling. He says that's the way he likes it and that's the way he wants it. Wahoo calls himself "The Lone Wolf". He says that he doesn't trust anybody. McDaniel serves fair warning to anyone who dares to get in the ring with him. He doesn't care if it's Ric Flair, Dusty Rhodes or Magnum T.A. McDaniel is seething as the camera zooms in for a closeup. His face is dripping in sweat and his eyes are cold and cruel. We quickly cut to a commercial.


3. The Russians (Nikita Koloff & Krusher Khruschev w/ Ivan Koloff) over the hapless Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy) at 2:36. Nikita, who was announced as weighing "123 kilos", nearly took poor Randy Mulkey out of his boots with the Russian Sickle Clothesline off the ropes for the pinfall.

4. Chief Wahoo McDaniel defeated Stoney Burke by submission with the Indian Deathlock at 1:53 and then kept the hold applied for a little longer to punish his opponent. Burke's chest was beet red by the end of the match from Wahoo's viscious backhand chops. The Chief means business and is going to be a force to be reckoned with.

5. Black Bart (w/ James J. Dillon in a beige tuxedo) pinned the American Starship Eagle (a very young Dan Spivey) at 6:16. Dillon reached into the ring and pulled Eagle's foot out from under him as he was attempting a Body Slam on Black Bart. Bart fell on top and added a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.

Interview Segment with David Crockett and "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes

Dusty issues another challenge to Tully Blanchard to put his TV Title on the line. He says he's going to put a "clubberin" on Tully when he finally gets his hands on him. Dusty calls Baby Doll a "jezebel" who needs to be taught a lesson. David Crockett then asks the Dream about what had gotten into Wahoo McDaniel. Dusty responded, "I have never theen Chief Wahoo McDaniel in thutch a thtate a mind, David Crockett. He ith like a man pothethed, ya underthand. Thumone, thumwhere hath let thith man down and we're allllllllllll being made ta anther for it, Babay."


6. In the Main Event, "The Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant (w/ "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez) defeated "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones & The Barbarian) at 12:30. With Referee Mike Atkins knocked down in the action, the Barbarian ran into the ring and reversed Jimmy Valiant's small package by putting Graham on top for the pin, but Manny Fernandez raced in and re-reversed the cradle just in time before Atkins recovered to count the pin.
GV - Jan 22, 2013 - 09:05 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 1/22/13
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results 1/22/13 - Savannah Civic Center, Savannah, GA. Att: 9,335.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson, Nick Patrick & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. "Above Average" Mike Sanders resorted to a handful of tights to pin Hector Garza after rolling through a Flying Cross Body Press attempt at 6:48.

2. In a hard fought contest, "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus defeated Big Rick Fuller with the No Laughing Matter Moonsault at 7:12.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. "Sugar" Shane Helms (w/ "Three Count" cohorts Evan Karagias & Shannon Moore) eliminated Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Pepe the Stickhorse) at 7:31. The action was fast and furious in this one with several near pinfalls. The sneaky Evan Karagias removed the padding from a top turnbuckle behind Referee Mark Johnson's back. Helm's was able to capitalize on his partner's mischief and sent Chavo head-first into the exposed steel to gain the pinfall.

4. "Crippler" Chris Benoit over Disco Inferno at 9:33. Despite being the heel in the match, Disco lost points for being loudly cheered by a contingent of raucous college students in the crowd. The end came for Disco when he missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Benoit seized the moment and clamped on the Crippler Crossface for the submission victory.

5. WCW Tag Team Tournament Finals. The n.W.o.'s Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall) defeated the Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) at 11:51 to win the titles. The bout was marred in controversy following a suspiciously fast three count from Referee Nick Patrick after Kevin Nash connected with a Big Boot off the ropes to Vito's chin. Patrick has been seen carousing with various n.W.o. members on occassion. A roving camerman caught "Hollywood" Hogan stuffing a wad of cash into Patrick's hand backstage prior to the match. Nash & Hall celebrated in the ring by spraypainting "n.W.o." in big black letters on the Tag Team Championship Belts.

6. United States Tournament Match. After dominating a majority of the bout, Raven was cradled in a Small Package by Booker T at 12:45 as he attempted a Verticle Suplex. The frustrated Raven sat up on his knees shaking his head in disbelief after Referee Charles Robinson's three count.

7. Texas Death Match. Diamond Dallas Page continued his dominance over hated rival Mike Awesome by defeating him at 11:43. Awesome took a wild swing at Page with a 2x4 but missed and was laid out with the Diamond Cutter. DDP followed that up with a 2x4 shot between the wickets on his opponent. Awesome could not answer Referee Mark Johnson's 10 count after the low blow.
GV - Jan 23, 2013 - 07:38 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 1/23/13
UWF Results 1/23/13 - The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK. Att: 11,676.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Michael P.S. Hayes
Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce
Referees: Tommy Gilbert, Johnny Martinez & Carl Fergie

1. "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan beat "Broadway" Joe Malcolm with the Piledriver at 2:58.

2. Angelo Mosca Jr. (w/ fellow "Jersey Boy" Jumping Joe Savoldi) over Brett Sawyer (w/ brother "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer) by DQ at 8:42. Buzz ran into the ring to break up Mosca's pin attempt after Angelo landed a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press onto Brett from the top rope.

3. Devastation Incorporated's "Wild" Bill Irwin (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Chief Jules Strongbow by Count Out at 7:43. Strongbow could not answer Referee Tommy Gilbert's ten count after being hit with a Low Blow by Irwin on the floor.

4. "Bullet" Bob Armstrong over "Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ valet Dark Journey) by DQ at 11:12. Dark Journey was caught spraying perfume into Armstrong's eyes by Referee Carl Fergie to draw the disqualification on Slater.

5. The Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane w/ Downtown Bruno) beat the duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & Sting (w/ Sunshine) by Count Out at 10:54. Disguised as a member of the security staff, "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert snuck down to ringside and threw a fireball into his former partner Sting's face during OOR action. The blinded Sting staggered around ringside while Referee Johnny Martinez issued the ten count on him. Distracted by the proceedings, Chris Adams was blindsided by Terry Taylor who raced into the ring with his Flying Five Arm. Gilbert and Taylor then gave Adams a Double Hot Shot onto the top rope.

6. "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) over "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (w/ 2 x 4) at 10:09. With Big Bubba distracting Referee Tommy Gilbert, Cornette smashed Duggan from behind with his trusty tennis racket. Rogers then finished off his floored opponent with a devastating Splash off the top rope to score the tainted pinfall.

7. UWF Tag Team Title Match. The champs, The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated their challengers and hated rivals the Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd) by Count Out at 13:27. The Sheepherders once again did a number on the Fantastics with their New Zealand flagpole. The champs were bloodied and battered but persevered. Bobby Fulton reversed a flagpole smash on Cousin Luke OOR to cause the count out. The Sheepherders were hardcore before there was "hardcore" ; )
GV - Jan 24, 2013 - 07:34 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 1/24/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 1/24/13 - UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL. Att: 5,708.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

1. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned Chuck Coates with a Brainbuster at 5:08.

2. El Gigante over Zan Panzer with the Claw Hold submission at 4:25.

3. J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) defeated Erik Watts at 9:19. Flamingo got in several cheap shots and did his best to keep young Watts off his game. The constant distractions worked as Erik walked right into J.T. Southern's Superkick leading to the pinfall. Despite being the babyface in the match, Watts received a lukewarm reception from the fans during his ring entrance and lost valuable points.

4. The duo of Diamond Dallas Page & Vinnie Vegas upset the Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick and young brother Scott) at 8:28. Page & Vegas combined for a double team Spiked Piledriver on Rick behind the referee's back while Bill Alphonso was sending Scott back to his corner. Alphonso turned around to find Vegas making the cover and counted the pin.

5. "All-American" Ron Simmons pinned Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) after a Flying Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope at 9:00.

6. Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerious Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) defeated "Z Man" Tom Zenk and his partner Johnny Gunn via Count Out at 8:37. "Beautiful" Bobby smashed Gunn from behind with Dangerously's phone during OOR action. As usual, Referee Bill Alphonso was oblivious to Eaton's mischief and issued the ten count on the KO'd Gunn.

7. United States Championship Match. Challenger, "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over the champ, The Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) by DQ at 16:55. With Muta caught in Dustin's Sleeper Hold and fading fast, Gary Hart ran into the ring and bashed Rhodes from behind with his loaded shoe. Referee Randy Anderson immediately called for the bell. The Great Muta retains the U.S. Title via disqualification.
GV - Jan 25, 2013 - 07:43 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 1/25/13
AWA Results 1/25/13 - Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 8,412.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Larry Lisowski

1. Stan "The Lariat" Hansen (w/ bullrope, cowbell and a wild look in his eyes) defeated Jesse Hernandez by submission with the Brazos Valley Backbreaker (Boston Crab) at 6:48.

2. "Pistol" Pete Pistulka went down to defeat at the hands of D.J. Peterson and the TNT (Flying Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope) at 4:26.

3. Ladies Championship Tournament. Despina Montogas upset Velvet McIntyre with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 8:38 to advance to the next round.

4. Teijo Khan (w/ Soldad Ustinov) over David Sammartino (w/ little crowd reaction during his entrance) via Count Out at 10:12. Ustinov was the difference in this bout as he baited Sammartino into a confrontation OOR while Referee Larry Lisowski laid on the ten count.

5. The Pretty Playboys ("Playboy" Buddy Rose & "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers w/ manageress "Sensational" Sherri Martel) over the tandem of Jim Evans & Todd Becker at 6:33. Rose scored the pinfall on Becker with his Las Vegas Jackpot DDT.

6. Boris Zhukov (w/ Russian Flag & Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated Leon "The Baby Bull" White by Count Out at 12:49. During OOR action, Zhukov managed to side-step the charging "Baby Bull" as White crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Big Leon could not recover in time to make Referee Gary DeRusha's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers over "High Flyer" Greg Gagne in controversial fashion at 12:52. The unscrupulous Colonel dipped into his fatigues for a hidden foreign object and KO'd Gagne with a loaded punch for the pinfall.
GV - Jan 26, 2013 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 1/26/13
TNA Results 1/26/13 - Knoxville Civic Auditorium, Knoxville, TN. Att: 6,605.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Taryn Terrell, Mike Posey & Jamie Tucker

1. Velvet Skye defeated Angelina Love with the Beauty Mark (Double Knee Backbreaker) at 6:53. Apparently Tazz wasn't the only one who was happy to see Velvet Skye tonight. Velvet received a huge ovation from the fans during her ring entrance to earn extra bonus points.

2. The cocky Zema Ion (w/ lifetime supply of hair spray) used the ropes for leverage to pin game youngster Alex Silva at 7:08 in this X Division battle.

3. "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan (w/ annoying Joey Ryan) caught a lucky break in his victory over Eric Young (w/ Mrs. Young ODB) at 8:54. Morgan connected with his Carbon Footprint (Running Big Boot) on Young, however EY was able to get a foot on the ropes during Morgan's subsequent pin attempt. The only problem was that Referee Jamie Tucker didn't see it and counted the pin anyway.

4. Ron "The Truth" Killings defeated "Alpha Male" Monty Brown by DQ at 10:00. Frustrated by his inability to put "The Truth" away, Brown blew a fuse and choked out Killings in the corner with his robe sash. "The Alpha Male" refused to release the choke on the count of five and was disqualified by Referee Mike Posey.

5. Father James Mitchel's New Church ("The Monster" Abyss & TNA TV Champ "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero) over "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle & "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles via Count Out at 11:57. The shady Mitchell clobbered Kurt Angle from behind with his loaded Book of the New Church during OOR action to cause the Count Out.

6. TNA Title Match. The Challenger, "The Icon" Sting defeated the Champion, "King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett at 12:13 to win the title ! With Referee Jamie Tucker down and out on the mat, Jeff Jarrett's wife Karen ran down to ringside with a guitar and tried to slide it into the ring for her husband to use. Jeff bent over to retrieve the weapon and was rolled up from behind by the Stinger in the process. The woozy Tucker crawled over to count the pin as the Knoxville Auditorium erupted in cheers ! Sting is the newwwww TNA Champion !!
GV - Jan 27, 2013 - 07:47 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 1/27/13
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 1/27/13 - Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 8,838.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Pat Patterson
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta
Referees: John Stanley, Jack Lotz & "Tough" Tony Altimore

1. Hartford, Connecticut's own "Flying" Fred Curry pinned Jose Estrada from Brooklyn, NY with a High Flying Drop Kick to the chops at 5:01.

2. "Rawbone" Swede Hansen from Slaughter's Creek, NC (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) dominated Frank Williams from Columbus, OH before finishing him off with a Piledriver at 5:29.

3. Victor Rivera over Moose Monroe with a Cannonball Senton Splash off the top rope at 3:55.

4. "Philadelphia's Favorite Son" S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones went down to defeat at the hands of "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd (w/ taped thumb and the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) at 8:47. S.D. was flattened by a Big Boot off the ropes from "The Big Cat" for the pinfall.

5. Baron Mikel Scicluna & the Golden Terror got some unexpected help from color commentator Pat Patterson to upset the popular duo of Dominic Denucci & Dino Bravo at 9:26. Bravo was thrown into the announcers' table by Baron Scicluna during OOR action and nearly knocked over Pat Patterson in the process. Patterson took exception to the bump, threw off his headset and got into a shoving match with the young Canadian on the floor. Referee Jack Lotz put the ten count on the distracted Bravo during the altercation.

6. Pedro Morales over "Butcher" Paul Vachon by submission with the Boston Crab at 8:01.

7. Six Man Tag Match Main Event. The WWWF Tag Team Champion Valiant Brothers ("Handsome" Jimmy & "Luscious" Johnny) and their manager "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano defeated the team of "Chief" Jay Strongbow, "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras & "The Eight Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant at 12:22. Pandemonium with all six men battling in the ring and Referee John Stanley frantically trying to restore order ! With Stanley's back turned and Albano caught in Strongbow's Sleeper Hold, "Handsome" Jimmy Valiant dipped down into the tights for brass knucks and KO'd the Chief with a loaded punch. The woozy Albano collapsed on top of Strongbow just as John Stanley turned around in time to count the pin. The Valiants and Albano were pelted with cups and debris from the raucous crowd as they ran back to the dressing room !
GV - Jan 28, 2013 - 08:31 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 1/28/13
Smoky Mountain Results 1/28/13 - Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC. Att: 2,730.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referee: Ron Sexton

1. "Filthy" Phil Hickerson defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs at 4:26 as the fans were still taking their seats. The cagey veteran Hickerson pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and jabbed it into Maggs' throat from a side headlock position to score the pinfall.

2. The Hitmen (Killer Kyle & Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster) and their opponents the Gibson Brothers (Rick & Robert) were both counted out by Referee Ron Sexton at 6:41 as all four men battled on the floor.

3. Pat Rose (w/ cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose) over Johnny "Crash" Rich via Count Out at 8:33. It didn't take long for "Ravishing" Randy to assert himself and make his presence felt at ringside. Pat tossed Johnny OOR and let his cousin do a number on Rich while he kept Ron Sexton occupied. Johnny could not make the ten count after the beating.

4. Smoky Mountain TV Title Match. Champion Jerry Oates turned back the challenge of Norvell Austin in this highly competitive bout. Caught in Oates' Spinning Toe Hold, Austin desperately reached for the ropes to break the hold but came up a few inches short and tapped out at 6:58. Oates retains the TV Title.

5. "Dr. D" David Schultz pinned Billy Joe Travis with his Diving Back Elbow Drop off the 2nd Rope at 10:03. Schultz used a prematch sneak attack to gain the early advantage on his opponent.

6. Smoky Mountain Tag Team Title Match. The champions, Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard & "Sweet" Stan Lane) and their challengers Cousin Junior & Dixie Dynamite were counted out at 13:37. Dixie and "Sweet" Stan (the legal men at the time) slugged it out on the floor as Referee Ron Sexton put the ten count on them. The Heavenly Bodies drew tremendous heat from the fans during their ring entrance to gain extra heel points. Cornette's Heavenly Bodies retain the Tag Titles.

7. In the Main Event, the Junk Yard Dog sent the Spartanburg fans home happy as he defeated "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff at 14:41. JYD reversed a running smash to the corner causing "Mr. Wonderful" to overshoot the turnbuckle pad and hit his head on the ring post. The stunned Orndorff staggered backwards from the force of the blow and was cradled from behind in a Schoolboy Rollup by the Dog for the pinfall. The fans berated Orndorff with chants of "Paula !" throughout the bout.
GV - Jan 29, 2013 - 08:19 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 1/29/13
World Class Results 1/29/13 - Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Capacity: 2,811.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Marvin Jones

1. "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) over "Cowboy" Tony Falk (w/ pink Stetson & matching bandana) at 5:20. Casey showed his rather effeminate opponent who the real "Cowboy" was by pinning Falk with the Bulldog. The fans didn't quite know what to make of Tony Falk during his ring entrance. There were both laughs and jeers.

2. "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Nicola Roberts) attacked before the bell and carried his advantage to victory over Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe (w/ boombox). Adams pinned Buck with his patented Superkick at 4:05.

3. Texas Champion "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) beat "Chief" Mark Youngblood in a non-title bout at 8:24. Precious caused a major annoyance at ringside for the Chief by constantly spraying her can of air freshner. Youngblood was blinded by a cloud of the spray and was caught with a quick boot to the midsection followed by a Brainbuster from Garvin leading to the pinfall.

4. "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ ten feet of chain) over Kevin Von Erich by Count Out at 8:22. "Playboy" Gary Hart wandered out to ringside and immediately caught the attention of Von Erich in lieu of recent events involving Kevin's father Fritz. Kevin left the ring and chased the "Playboy" back to the dressing room where members of Hart's stable were waiting in ambush. The Mongolian Monster Killer Khan, "Maniac" Mark Lewin and the Great Kabuki put a viscious beating on Kevin. Gary Hart removed his pant's belt and whipped Kevin unmercifully until Kerry, Fritz and Mike Von Erich all raced in to make the save.

5. The popular South African Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) defeated Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey) at 8:50. Miscue Mayhem !! Steve Simpson pinned Condrey after "Beautiful" Bobby accidently bashed his own partner with Jim Cornette's tennis racket. Prior to the match, Cornette snatched the house mic away from a startled Doyle King and insisted upon doing the ring introductions for the Midnight Express.

6. In the Main Event, "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) defeated Iceman King Parsons via Count Out at 12:19. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Percy tripped Parsons with his walking stick causing the Iceman to awkwardly crash head-first into the wooden ring steps. Parsons was shaken up and could not make Referee Brono Lubich's ten count.

A Steel Cage Match was announced for next week between Kerry Von Erich and Killer Khan with the following stipulation: If Khan wins, he gets Fritz Von Erich alone inside the cage for two minutes. If Kerry wins, he gets "Playboy" Gary Hart alone inside the cage for two minutes.
GV - Jan 30, 2013 - 09:55 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 1/30/13
WWF "Action Zone" TV Program Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 1/30/13 - Le Palais des Sports Palace, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Att: 3,599.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Mike Chioda & Joey Marella

1. Mantaur (w/ Harvey Whippleman) over "Rugged" Reno Riggins with the Stampede Splash at 4:54.

2. "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya pinned Bob "The Cat" Bradley with his Diving Reverse Bulldog off the 2nd rope at 4:10.

3. Jerry "The King" Lawler's dentist Dr. Isaac Yankem DDS from Decatur, IL defeated everyone's favorite garbage man Duke "The Dumpster" Droese (w/ back support belt and trash can) at 7:32. With Referee Joey Marella down on the mat, Yankem bashed Duke in the head with the trash can's lid. Marella recovered to find Yankem making the cover and counted the pin. Droese seems wildly popular in Quebec as he received a huge ovation during his entrance and high-fived the fans on his way down to ringside.

4. Bodydonna Skip (w/ Sunny) over Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly from Talladega, AL at 9:36. Holly whipped Skip into the corner and attempted to Monkey Flip him out, but Sunny held onto her man to block the maneuver. Holly fell back onto the canvas and Skip added two feet on the ropes for leverage to pin his opponent.

5. Ted Dibiase's Million Dollar Corporation (Irwin R. Shyster & "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama) defeated the Caribbean Connection (Razor Ramon & Savio Vega) by Count Out at 10:31. Kama tossed Savio Vega out of the ring and distracted Referee Mike Chioda while Dibiase smashed Vega from behind with Shyster's steel briefcase. Vega could not make Chioda's subsequent ten count.

6. "Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels (chewing gum in the ring and at his arrogant best) toyed with the 1-2-3 Kid for some ten minutes before pinning him with a Diving Elbow Drop off the top rope at 10:22. After the match, Michaels offered a hand to help his opponent get back to his feet but then slapped the 1-2-3 Kid in the face and laughed when the Kid took him up on his offer.

7. In the Main Event, The Undertaker (w/ eerie music and Paul Bearer) beat "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel at 12:35. Diesel was choking out the Deadman on the 2nd rope when Paul Bearer interjected himself and bashed "Big Daddy Cool" in the head with the urn. The chicanery went undetected by Referee Joey Marella who made the three count on the Undertaker's subsequent pin attempt on the KO'd Diesel. The urn had a noticable dent in it as the Undertaker and Paul Bearer returned to the dressing room.
GV - Jan 31, 2013 - 10:01 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 1/31/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 1/31/13 - West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL. Att: 4,879.

Announcer: Gordon Solie
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: "Coach" John Heath & Don Curtis

1. Blackjack Mulligan made short work of Ali Bey by defeating his opponent with the Blackjack Claw Hold at 2:06 in his successful return to Florida Championship Wrestling.

After the bout, Mulligan joined Gordon Solie at the announcers' table for a brief interview. Sonny King interrupted the conversation by offering Mulligan a place in his stable of wrestlers which he affectionately refers to as his "Family". Blackjack eyed Sonny King suspiciously, but his eyes lit up when King produced a wad of cash and fanned it in front of the big cowboy's face. Mulligan said he would think it over and give King an answer by the end of the night.

2. "Hustler" Rip Rogers (w/ Miss Brenda Britton) over Tiger Conway Jr. via Count Out at 7:26. Rogers tossed Tiger out of the ring and distracted Referee Don Curtis while Miss Brenda smashed Conway in the back of the head with her loaded purse. Tiger gamely tried to crawl back into the ring but it was not in time to make the count. The fans relentlessly serenaded Britton with chants of "Flea Bag !" throughout the contest. Rogers held his hands over his tempermental valet's ears as the couple returned backstage.

3. "All-American" Bob Roop defeated Thor the Viking (w/ horned helmet, shield and Sonny King) by DQ at 5:11. Big Thor was overmatched in this bout and fell victim to Roop's Shoulderbreaker finisher. Sonny King ran into the ring to break up the pin attempt to draw the disqualification. (Note: Thor is a very young Scott Irwin : )

4. Ray Candy & Rocky Johnson over the dangerous tandem of Killer Karl Kox & Lars Anderson at 10:29. Referee John Heath stopped this bout due to blood after Ray Candy busted Lars Anderson open with a reverse smash to the forehead with Anderson's mysterious bag of coins.

5. Mike Graham defeated the unstable Bugsy McGraw (w/ brown leather pilot's helmet, goggles and Sir Oliver Humperdink) by disqualification at 13:22. McGraw blatantly cracked Sir Oliver's walking stick across Graham's back and then tried to bring a chair into the ring to inflict more punishment. Referee Don Curtis was able to pry the chair away from him before McGraw could do any more damage.

6. Lumberjack Match. Jack Brisco vs. Don Muraco (w/ Sonny King). The Lumberjacks at ringside included Tiger Conway Jr., King Curtis Iaukea, Ali Bey, Big Bill Dromo, Killer Karl Kox, Jerry Brisco, Blackjack Mulligan, "Hustler" Rip Rogers, Bob Roop, Herb Calvert, Rocky Johnson and Thor the Viking. The match was decided when Muraco tried to flee the ring and was corralled by a Blackjack Mulligan Lariat (Clothesline) on the floor. Mulligan tossed Muraco back inside the ring for Brisco to pin at 11:29.

Gordon Solie added, "Sonny King, in regards to one Blackjack Mulligan, you have your answer ! So long from the Sunshine State !"
GV - Feb 01, 2013 - 08:03 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 2/01/13
WCW/nWo Souled Out Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 2/1/13 - The Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA. Att: 12,594.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Johnny Boone, Nick Patrick & Charles Robinson

1. Berlyn (w/ bodyguard The Wall) over Bobby Blaze at 2:59. The Wall reached into the ring and pulled Blaze's foot out from under him as he was attempting a Suplex on Berlyn. Berlyn fell on top and grabbed a hand full of tights to secure the pin.

2. KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) demolished Los Villanos (Villanos IV & V) at 4:23. KroniK combined for their High Times tag team finisher (Double Chokeslam) on Villano V for the pinfall.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Lenny Lane shocked the nWo's Syxx to advance to the next round of the tournament at 8:44. Lots of controversy in this bout. Nick Patrick, who has a reputation for favoring the nWo, was officiating the match but got into a confrontation with Referee Johnny Boone after several quick two counts on Lenny Lane. The altercation caught the attention of Syxx who was rolled up from behind by Lane during the distraction. Johnny Boone made the three count before Patrick could stop him. The nWo is protesting the decision to GM Eric Bischoff.

4. Hardcore Match. "Middle-Aged Crazy" Terry Funk pinned Crowbar (w/ David Flair & Daffney) after giving him the Texas Piledriver onto a folding chair in the ring at 7:20. David Flair then ran in and also got a Piledriver for his trouble.

5. The West Texas Rednecks (Kendall Windham & Bobby Duncum Jr. w/ Curt Hennig and Barry Windham) defeated High Voltage (Kenny Kaos & Robbie Rage) at 9:09. With brother Barry distracting Referee Charles Robinson, Kendall Windham blindsided Kenny Kaos with a cowbell shot. Robinson turned around just in time to make the three count on Kaos.

6. United States Tournament Match. "Career Killer" Mike Awesome eliminated "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero at 13:26. With Awesome down and out on the mat, Eddie motioned to the fans that he was ready to deliver his Frog Splash finisher, but Kimberly Page ran down to ringside and pushed Eddie off the top rope as he was setting himself on the turnbuckle. Guerrero took a bad spill down to the canvas and was cradled by Awesome for the pinfall. Awesome and Kimberly escaped through the crowd when an irate Diamond Dallas Page appeared at the top of the ramp.

7. Michael "Let's Get Ready To Rumble" Buffer provided the introductions for the Main Event. The nWo's "Hollywood" Hogan (w/ "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) was defeated by Goldberg at 18:07. With Referee Johnny Boone knocked down in the action, Hall tried to sneak Hogan his taser stick but the weapon was intercepted by Goldberg who then zapped all three nWo members much to the delight of the fans. Boone finally recovered to count the pin on Hogan. It was a rough night for the nWo.
GV - Feb 03, 2013 - 09:12 AM
Post subject: Mid-Atlantic Results 2/03/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 2/03/13 - The Omni, Atlanta, GA. Att: 12,885.

Announcers: Les Thatcher & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Sonny Fargo & Tommy Young

1. Lazer Tron defeated "Gorgeous" Gary Royal at 5:44. Royal missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Lazer Tron then hopped up to the 2nd rope and pinned the dazed Royal with a Sunset Flip. (Note: Lazer Tron is Hector Guerrero under the mask : )

2. "Avalanche" Buzz Tyler over "Wild" Bill White by Count Out at 4:40. In OOR Action, Tyler sent "Wild" Bill over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators with a running Clothesline on the floor. White could not extricate himself in time to make Referee Tommy Young's ten count.

3. "Downtown" Denny Brown was mauled by the cold-blooded Chief Wahoo McDaniel in this lopsided contest. Brown's handshake offering to begin the bout was impatiently swatted away by McDaniel who then proceded to methodically take his opponent apart piece by piece. Brown got in no offense to speak of and submitted to the Chief's Indian Deathlock at 4:03. McDaniel seemed oblivious to the chorus of "Boos !" he heard as he returned to the dressing room.

4. NWA TV Title Match. Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) turned back the challenger "Pistol" Pez Whatley at 7:30. Tully connected with his Slingshot Suplex after Baby Doll dazed "Pistol Pez" by belting him in the head with the TV Title.

5. Paul Jones' Army ("Superstar" Billy Graham & the Barbarian) over the duo of "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant and "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez by Count Out at 10:47. "The Boogie-Woogie Man" seemed more focused on pummeling "Number One" Paul Jones rather than helping his partner defeat their opponents. The strategy proved costly as Valiant was counted out by Referee Sonny Fargo as he chased Jones around ringside.

6. "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes had to overcome a pre-match sneak attack to defeat "Desperado" Black Bart (w/ manager James J. Dillon in beige tuxedo) at 11:00. The end came when Bart turned his back on Rhodes to receive a foreign object that J.J. Dillon was trying to hand him. Dusty capitalized on the moment by sending the "Desperado" crashing into his manager and then rolling him up from behind to score the pinfall.

7. United States Title Match. Champion Magnum T.A. vs. number one contender "The Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan & Krusher Khruschev). This contest could have easily gone either way and saw the Champ saved by a foot on the ropes after Nikita's devastating Russian Sickle. The challenger was disqualified when Uncle Ivan broke up Referee Tommy Young's pin count after Magnum caught his opponent with the Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 19:58. Magnum T.A. retains the U.S. Title.
GV - Feb 04, 2013 - 09:38 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 2/04/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 2/04/13 - Cambria County War Memorial Arena, Johnstown, PA. Att: 3,960.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Bruno Sammartino
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Gilberto Roman

1. "Cowboy" Bob Orton Jr. (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) over Paul Roma with the Superplex at 4:07.

2. The U.S. Express (Barry Windham & Mike Rotundo) over the tandem of A.J. Petruzzi & Gino Carabello at 5:35. Windham scored the pinfall on Carabello with the running Bulldog out of the corner.

3. "The Magnificent" Muraco (w/ the devious Mr. Fuji in Bowler hat and black tuxedo) pinned Salvatore Bellomo with the Tombstone Piledriver at 4:06.

4. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe (w/ dubious left forearm pad) with the Superfly Splash off the top rope at 7:16. Vintage Snuka here, Brudda, with crushing heatbutts, several leap frogs and the reverse chop off the ropes before bringing the fans to their feet with the big Splash.

5. The North-South Connection ("Adorable" Adrian Adonis & "Dirty" Dick Murdoch) had their problems with the high flying Invaders (I & II). With chaos in the ring and Adonis caught in a pinning predicament, "Dirty" Dick slugged Referee Dick Woehrle from behind. A perturbed Woehrle couldn't identify the perpetrator and disqualified both teams at 9:52.

6. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ "Classy" Freddie Blassie & the Iron Sheik) over "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter at 15:41. With the action up against the ropes, the Iron Sheik clocked the Sarge with Joe McHugh's microphone. Volkoff added a handful of tights to secure the pin. Prior to the match, Volkoff's rendition of the Russian National Anthem was abruptly cut short by the Slaughter Cannon (Clothesline) much to the delight of the fans.

7. Big John Studd (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) and "Eighth Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant were both disqualified by Referee Gilberto Roman at 13:40 after both men threw the rulebook out the window and slugged it out toe-to-toe. Heenan was serenaded throughout the contest with chants of "Weasel" by the raucous crowd.
GV - Feb 05, 2013 - 01:31 PM
Post subject: UWF Results 2/05/13
UWF Results 2/05/13 - Riverside Centroplex, Baton Rouge, LA. Att: 8,838.

Announcers: Boyd Pierce & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Ronnie West & Joel Armstrong

1. "Missouri Tiger" Jeff Gaylord defeated "Beastman" Mike Boyette with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 2:34.

2. "Fabulous Freebird" Michael P.S. Hayes (w/ moonwalk and fellow Freebird Buddy Roberts) pinned Perry Jackson with a Bulldog out of the corner at 2:43. Prior to the bell, Hayes flirted with Ring Announcer Toni Adams and received a slap across the face much to the delight of the fans.

3. The Sawyers ("Mad Dog" Buzz & brother Brett) defeated the Jersey Boys (Angelo Mosca Jr. & "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) in shady fashion. Buzz wrapped his dog collar around his fist and walloped Mosca with a loaded punch while Referee Joel Armstrong was sending Savoldi back to his corner. Brett made the cover and added a handful of tights as Armstrong counted the pin.

4. Savannah Jack defeated Devastation Incorporated's Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) by DQ at 10:05. Akbar was caught smashing Savannah in the head with Toni Adams' microphone. Referee Ronnie West immediately signaled for the bell.

5. The Armstrongs ("Bullet" Bob & son Brad) over the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu w/ Skandor Akbar) by Count Out at 8:01. During OOR action, Akbar tried to hit Bob Armstrong over the head with a chair but the interference backfired when "Bullet" Bob ducked and Fatu took the chair shot instead. Referee Joel Armstrong put the ten count on the KO'd SST member. It was a rough night in Baton Rouge for the General and his troops.

6. Terry Taylor (w/ "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) and Sam Houston wrestled to a 15:00 Time Limit Draw. Taylor may have been saved by the bell when he was caught in a Backslide by Houston just as the time expired.

7. In the Main Event, Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) over Ted Dibiase via Count Out at 12:48. Dibiase got into a scuffle with "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater who had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the match. The two got into a heated exchange on the floor as Referee Ronnie West issued the ten count on Dibiase.
GV - Feb 06, 2013 - 11:46 AM
Post subject: RE: UWF Results 2/05/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 2/06/13 - Baltimore Arena, Baltimore, MD. Att: 9,004.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Robarb Jones

1. The man called Sting (w/ spiky blonde hair, face paint and a ton of charisma) defeated Snake Watson by submission with the Scorpion Death Lock (Sharpshooter) at 1:57.

2. The Sky Scrapers (Sid Vicious & "Dangerous" Dan Spivey) over the duo of Larry Santo & Rikki Nelson. Spivey pinned Nelson with a huge Sidewalk Slam off the ropes at 6:39.

3. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ bullrope and Colonel Parker) pinned Brian Carr with the Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) at 5:41.

4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Miss Blossom) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell via Count Out at 10:19. During OOR action, Bagwell managed to block Blossom's attempt to spray him with her perfume by sheilding his eyes with a forearm, but was counted out by Referee Robarb Jones when he chased the valet backstage.

5. The dysfunctional tag team of Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher defeated the Patriots (Firebreaker Chip & Todd Champion) at 8:51. Cactus pinned Firebreaker Chip with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Abdullah jabbed Chip in the gut with his kendo stick. After the bout, Cactus and Abdullah got into an argument and brawled all the way back to the dressing room.

6. "Ravishing" Rick Rude dipped down into the tights for a hidden foreign object and KO'd "Flyin" Brian Pillman with a loaded punch for the tainted pinfall at 13:03.

7. WCW Title Match. Champion "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham was upended by his challenger Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) at 15:44. Barry made a costly mistake when he missed a corner charge and crashed full steam into the turnbuckle. The agile Vader then hopped up to the 2nd rope and crushed Barry with a Sit Out Splash onto the Champ's chest. Vader held onto the top rope for leverage as Referee Bill Alphonso applied the three count. Big Van Vader is the newwwwwww WCW Champion !
GV - Feb 07, 2013 - 08:28 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 2/07/13
AWA Results 2/07/13 - Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena, Green Bay, WI. Att: 4,870.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Wally Karbo
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Marty Miller & Robert Warren

1. "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski pinned Buddy Wolff with the Airplane Spin at 4:53.

2. Jesse "The Body" Ventura over "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay by submission with the Body Breaker (Over the Shoulder Backbreaker) at 4:00.

3. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal defeated "Olympian" Brad Rheingans via Count Out at 10:31. Regal choked out Brad Rheingans with Al DeRusha's microphone cord during OOR action. Rheingans could not recover in time to make Referee Robert Warren's ten count.

4. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) used a loaded punch with a hidden foreign object to pin Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe at 7:32.

5. Ray "The Crippler" Stevens (w/ Nick Bockwinkel) and Baron Von Raschke were both Counted Out by Referee Marty Miller in a brawl around ringside.

6. Verne Gagne & Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon defeated Blackjack Lanza & Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) at 10:03. Lanza was KO'd by his own manager when Creatchman inadvertently bashed him with Bobby Duncum's cowbell. "Mad Dog" Vachon made the cover for the three count.

7. Bruiser Brody (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated Billy Robinson at 11:39. With Bruiser Brody and Referee Marty Miller both down and out on the mat after a violent mid-ring collision, El-Kaisee snuck into the ring and clobbered Robinson with a chair shot from behind. The Sheik then draped Brody's arm across the KO'd Robinson's chest and bailed out of the ring as Marty Miller crawled over to count the pin.
GV - Feb 08, 2013 - 08:21 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 2/08/13
World Class Results 2/08/13 - Reliant Arena, Houston, TX. Att: 8,016.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: David Manning & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) pinned Spike Huber after ramming his head into an exposed turnbuckle at 3:28.

2. The Grappler (Len Denton under the mask) over Jose Lothario via Count Out at 7:34. Lothario was thrown out of the ring and hit the announcers' table on the way down. Referee Ralph Pulley issued the ten count as Lothario tried to shake out the cobwebs.

3. Red River Jack (A masked Bruiser Brody) defeated "Maniac" Matt Borne at 7:54 after a high risk maneuver backfired. With his opponent lying prone on the canvas, Borne leapt off the top rope but caught a big boot to the chin when Jack was able to lift a foot in the nick of time leading to the pin.

4. The Youngbloods (Chris & Mark) over "Playboy" Gary Hart's wild tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & Mark Lewin by DQ at 9:18. Lewin tried to smash Chris Youngblood in the head with Gary Hart's loaded shoe but ended up hitting Referee David Manning with it instead when the Indian Chief ducked at the last second. The woozy Manning called for the bell.

5. "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez (w/ Nicola Roberts) pinned Brian Adidas with a Diving Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope at 12:31.

6. Steel Cage Main Event. "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich (w/ father Fritz Von Erich) vs. "Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart). Kerry Von Erich KO'd Khan with a loaded punch and escaped the cage after he intercepted a chunk of pipe that Gary Hart had slid through the chain link wall. Match stipulations required Hart to then get inside the cage with Kerry for a full two minutes where the manager was bloodied and battered by the famous Von Erich Iron Claw Hold. Hart had to be assisted to the back by Killer Khan afterward.
GV - Feb 09, 2013 - 09:16 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 2/09/13
WWWF Championship Wrestling Program Results, WOR-9, 2/19/13 - Agricultural Hall, Allentown, PA. Att: 1,496.

Announcers: Vince McMahon & Bruno Sammartino
Promotor: Phil Zacko
Supervised by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission
Chief Deputy Commissioner: Nick Santoro
Chairman: Howard McCall
Doctor in Attendance at Ringside: Dr. George Zahorian
Timekeeper at the Bell: Mike Mittman
Referees: Dick Woehrle, "Wee" Willie Weber & Billy Caputo
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta

"The following program requires discretionary viewer participation."

1. "Crazy" Luke Graham from Atlanta, GA (w/ taped thumb and the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) defeated Steve King from Panama City, Panama at 2:42. "Crazy" Luke grabbed his opponent in a side headlock and jabbed his taped thumb into King's throat leading to the pinfall.

2. The bout between the popular Hawaiian Dean Ho and "Continental Nobleman" Joe Turco from Catania, Sicily, was declared a "No Contest" by Referee Billy Caputo at 8:48 when the match was abruptly interrupted by a brawling Pat Patterson and Dino Bravo. Vince McMahon was conducting a ringside interview with Patterson regarding his confrontation with Bravo last week. Patterson called the young Canadian "a punk with no respect for his elders". McMahon tried to reason with Patterson by saying that Bravo bumped into him accidently, but the hot-headed Patterson would hear none of it. He challenged Bravo to a match next week on television. Patterson then tossed a bar of soap to McMahon and told Bravo to take a shower because he "smelled like a pig". Bravo could stand no more and raced out to ringside where he tossed Patterson into the ring and unloaded with a barrage of punches right in the middle of the Ho/Turco match.

3. "The One Man Riot Squad" Dick "The Bulldog" Brower (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) pinned Johnny Rivera with a Knee Drop off the top rope at 7:02. The annoying Albano blew on a whistle throughout the contest.

4. "Polish Power" Ivan Putski from Krakow, Poland pinned Tank Patton from Kansas City, MO with the Polish Hammer off the ropes at 8:27.

5. The team of Larry Zbyszko & Tony Garea over the tandem of "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe and "Dynamite" Jack Evans at 8:22. With all four men battling in the ring and Jack Evans attempting to body slam Zbyszko, Tony Garea drop kicked his partner on top of Evans for the winning pin.

6. In the Main Event, Bob Backlund defeated Mr. Fuji (w/ "Hollywood" Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) with the Delayed Atomic Spinebuster at 12:42. After the bout, Backlund was flocked by adoring youngsters seeking an autograph.
GV - Feb 10, 2013 - 10:07 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 2/10/13
TNA Results 2/10/13 - Macon Centerplex Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 2,603.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & Todd Keneley
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner, Scott James & Taryn Terrell

Backstage Segment

TNA Official Frank Coutinho and Rob Van Dam are talking strategy regarding RVD's upcoming X Division title match against Austin Aries later tonight. The conversation is abruptly interrupted by an Aries' sneak attack. We see Austin take a chair to Van Dam's leg and stomp away on RVD's injured wheel until a Bolo Punch from Frank decks Aries and chases him off. Van Dam is clutching his knee and writhing in agony on the ground as Frank attends to him.


1. Christian York defeated Wes Brisco by Count Out at 2:04. The match had barely started when Simon Diamond came down to ringside with David Young and "Prime Time" Elix Skipper in an attempt to recruit young Brisco for his "Diamonds in the Rough" stable. An altercation ensued OOR when Brisco declined the offer. With Christian York protesting the outside interference to Senior Official Earl Hebner, David Young smashed Brisco over the head with a nearby garbage can. Hebner issued the ten count on Brisco as the jaded Diamond stormed off with his team.

Backstage Segment

Austin Aries is summoned to Impact GM Hulk Hogan's office. The Hulkster does not look happy with Aries and tells him that due to "unforeseen and unexpected circumstances", Rob Van Dam will not be able to compete for the X Division title tonight. Aries feigns sympathy and shock for his opponent before finally bursting out with laughter. "That's too bad, Hulk. Oh, well," Aries smiles. He is about to leave the office when Hogan informs him that Frank Coutinho has found a replacement for the injured RVD. Aries' smile suddenly sours. He is seething with anger and demands to know who it is. The Hulkster just smiles and says, "You'll see, Brother!"


2. The outnumbered but spunky Taeler Hendrix lost to Mexican America's Rosita (w/ Anarquia & Homicide) at 5:48. With Taeler taking the fight to her opponent, Anarquia reached into the ring and tripped Hendrix as she was bounding off the ropes. Rosita seized the moment by landing a Moonsault off the top rope to score the pin.

3. X Division Title Match. Champion & self proclaimed "Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries was dethroned in controversial fashion by "The War Machine" Rhino (substituting for an injured Rob Van Dam) at 7:33. The challenger caught Aries with his signature Gore (Running Spear) in the corner, however the champ managed to get a foot on the ropes during Referee Scott James' subsequent pin count. James did not see the foot and counted to three anyway. Aries was livid and accused TNA of conspiring against him. Rhino is the newwwwww X Division Champion !!

4. Chavo Guerrero & "Super Mex" Hernandez (w/ Sarita) defeated Simon Diamond's "Diamonds in the Rough" ("Prime Time" Elix Skipper & David Young) at 8:04. With Senior Official Earl Hebner knocked down in the action, Simon Diamond tried to sneak into the ring with a folding chair to smash Hernandez but was thwarted by Wes Brisco who had run down to ringside. Hernandez then gave David Young a DDT onto the chair in the ring as a woozy Earl Hebner crawled over to count the pin.

5. "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles pinned rival Frankie Kazarian (w/ "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels) with the Styles Clash (Upside Down Facebuster) at 11:03. Daniels then ran into the ring and also got a Styles Clash for his trouble.

6. In the Main Event, Bully Ray defeated "The It Factor" Bobby Roode by DQ at 15:07. Roode tried everything in his arsenal including a Spinebuster, Crossface submission and Payoff (Fisherman's Cradle Suplex) but he could not put Bully Ray away. The frustrated Roode then wrapped Bully's wallet chain around his fist and slugged his opponent right in front of Referee Scott James to draw the disqualification.
GV - Feb 11, 2013 - 10:35 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 2/11/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results 2/11/13 - Jai Alai Fronton, Ocala, FL. Att: 5,272.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Charley Laye & Frenchy Bernard

1. Phil Mercado submitted to Jerry Brisco's Figure Four Leglock at 6:26.

2. "Notorious" Ox Baker put away Prince Tonga with his devastating Heart Punch at 5:07.

3. Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) over Paul Ellering at 6:19. Sonny King caught a haymaker from Ellering up on the apron but the distraction was just what Pak Song needed to roll up his opponent from behind for the victory.

4. Jim Garvin defeated the Beautiful Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) at 11:19. With Referee Frenchy Bernard knocked down in the action, Beauregarde tried to hit Garvin with Sir Oliver's walking stick but a quick boot to the midsection made him drop the weapon. Garvin retrieved the cane and smashed it across Beauregarde's back leading to the pin. Frenchy Bernard recovered to make the three count.

5. The masked Assassins (I & II) and their opponents, Sweet Brown Sugar & Tiger Conway Jr. were both counted out by Referee Charley Laye at 13:15 as all four men battled on the floor.

6. Florida Title Match. The champion "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes caught his challenger "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) in a Schoolboy Roll up at 10:18 as LeDuc was jawing with Referee Frenchy Bernard. Dusty retains the Florida Title.
GV - Feb 13, 2013 - 09:57 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 2/13/13
Smoky Mountain Results 2/13/13 - Bluefield Auditorium, Bluefield, WV. Att: 3,118.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Ed Capral
Referees: Jerry Calhoun & Mark Curtis

1. "Hollywood" Bob Holly defeated Ben Jordan at 6:53 after the momentum of Jordan's Flying Cross Body Press put Holly on top for the pin.

2. Dixie Dynamite (a masked Scott Armstrong) beat Brad Anderson with the Confederate Kick (Superkick) at 5:09.

3. The Nightmares (Danny Davis & Ken Wayne) over the Batten Twins (Brad & Bart) via Count Out at 5:28. The Kansas Jayhawks ("Hangman" Bobby Jaggers & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) came down to ringside to scout the match and immediately got into a confrontation with the Battens. "Dirty" Dutch managed to choke out Bart with his bullwhip "Shoo Baby" before the Jayhawks were sent to the back by Referee Jerry Calhoun. Bart could not recover in time to make Calhoun's subsequent ten count.

4. The Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl Kimberly) defeated Cousin Roscoe Junior by Count Out at 7:19. While Kimberly kept Referee Mark Curtis occupied, the DWB smashed Junior over the back with the timekeeper's bell during OOR action. Junior was down and out on the floor as Curtis issued the ten count.

5. "Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey (w/ "Ravishing" Randy Rose) defeated "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner at 11:54. "Ravishing" Randy got in several cheap shots before Condrey finished off Hoerner with a Brainbuster.

6. In the Main Event, the Rich Cousins ( "Wildfire" Tommy Rich & Johnny "Crash" Rich) beat the Kansas Jayhawks ("Hangman" Bobby Jaggers & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) by Count Out at 9:08. The Batten Twins came down to ringside and returned the favor on their rivals by brawling with the Jayhawks on the floor to cost them the count out.
GV - Feb 14, 2013 - 10:35 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 2/14/13
WWF Results (Circa Early 80's) 2/14/13 - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 11,909.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dusty Feldbaumer & Terry Yorkston

1. "Samurai Warrior" Mr. Fuji beat Rudy Diamond at 4:46. Diamond tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt and caught a Karate Thrust to the throat from the "Samurai Warrior". Fuji then landed the Samurai Drop (Falling Head Butt to the abdomen) to score the pinfall.

2. The Tonga Kid pinned the mysterious masked man Mr. X with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope at 2:35.

3. The Soul Patrol (Rocky Johnson & "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas) over the tandem of Dave Barbie & "Big" Ron Shaw at 7:20. Rocky pinned Shaw with the Johnson Shuffle (Rapid Fire Jabs and KO Punch).

4. Tito Santana from Tocula, Mexico over "Gentleman" Jerry Valiant from New York City with the Flying Forearm Smash off the ropes at 6:38. Arriba !

5. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) defeated B. Brian Blair with the Piledriver at 8:22.

6. Captain Louis Albano's Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) defeated the team of Tony Garea & Rick Martel at 10:44. Sika pinned Garea with the Samoan Drop after a Dirty Double Team behind Referee Dusty Feldbaumer's back.

7. In the Main Event, Bob Backlund over Greg "The Hammer" Valentine by DQ at 33:21. The end came when Backlund was able to roll over and reverse the pressure on Greg Valentine's Figure Four Leglock. The desperate Valentine slugged Referee Terry Yorkston to save himself from the submission.
GV - Feb 15, 2013 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 2/15/13
WCW/nWo Thursday Thunder Results 2/15/13 - Independence Arena, Charlotte, NC. Att: 9,447.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Tank Abbott pinned Scott Putski with a Knock Out Punch at 6:31 but Referee Scott Dickinson found a roll of coins in Abbott's clenched fist and called for the disqualification.

2. "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ The Insane Clown Posse) over "Screaming" Norman Smiley with the Nail in the Coffin (Michinoku Driver) at 7:28.

3. Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Evan Karagias (w/ fellow Three Count boy band members "Sugar" Shane Helms & Shannon Moore) eliminated Yuji Nagata (w/ Sonny Oono) at 10:02. It was pretty much three against one as Nagata had to contend with constant interference from Helms and Moore. He finally corralled the two pests in a Noggin Knocker on the apron but Karagias capitalized on the moment with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind for the pinfall.

4. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray w/ Sister Sherri) over Perfect Event ("Perfect" Shawn Stasiak & "The Event" Chuck Palumbo w/ "Above Average" Mike Sanders) at 9:35. Shawn Stasiak was less than "Perfect" when he accidently laid out his own partner with a chair that Sanders had slid into the ring. Stevie Ray made the easy pin on Palumbo after the miscue.

5. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ red martial arts slippers and Sonny Onoo) tapped out to "Iceman" Dean Malenko's Texas Cloverleaf leglock submission hold at 11:29.

6. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ his #1 "freak" Midajah) defeated Perry Saturn by Count Out at 12:20. Perry Saturn's nemesis Raven wandered out to ringside and baited him into a confrontation on the floor. Saturn got the better of the exchange as the two traded punches OOR but was counted out in the process by Referee Scott Dickinson.

7. Billed as "The Battle of the Chokeslams", the Giant (WWE's Big Show) defeated the Wall (w/ Berlyn) at 11:54. Berlyn inadvertently (?) smashed the Wall with his walking stick leading to the pinfall. Berlyn and the Wall continue to have their problems functioning as a cohesive team.
GV - Feb 16, 2013 - 08:23 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 2/16/13
WWF "In Your House" Results (Circa Early 90's) 2/16/13 - Knott Arena, Emmitsburg, MD. Att: 4,910.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Sean Mooney
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Dave Hebner & Tim White

1. Crush over "The Shunkman" Barry Hardy by submission with the Cranium Crunch Head Vice at 3:08.

2. Max Moon gave Jerry "The King" Lawler a run for his money before going down to the King's Diving Fist Drop off the 2nd Rope at 8:34.

3. "The Native American" Tatanka put away Damien Demento with the End of the Trail/Renegade Drop, or as Bobby "The Brain" Heenan liked to call it, "The Papoose To Go" (Fallaway Slam) at 8:31.

4. Adam Bomb from Three Mile Island pinned Waylon Mercy from Griffin, GA with the Neutron Bomb (Diving Clothesline off the top rope) at 8:33.

5. The Beverly Brothers (Beau & Blake w/ The Genius) defeated the Arkansas hog farmers, The Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) by DQ at 10:03. Fed up with the Beverly's constant cheating and dirty double teaming tactics, Henry brought a bucket of slop in the ring and dumped it over Beau's head to draw the disqualification from Referee Tim White. Surprisingly, the Beverly's drew very little heat from the crowd during their entrance and introduction despite The Genius reciting one of his corny poems.

6. Intercontinental Title Match. Champion Bam Bam Bigelow defeated the challenger Hakushi (w/ manager Shinja) by disqualification at 12:57. Shinja ran into the ring to break up Bigelow's pin attempt after the champ connected with a Slingshot Splash into the ring from the apron. Bam Bam retains the Intercontinental Title.

7. In the Main Event, "Made in the U.S.A." Lex Luger over "Double J" Jeff Jarrett (w/ guitar, blinking sunglasses, the Fargo Strut and the Roadie) at 16:09. Double J was DQ'd by Referee Dave Hebner after an El Kabong Guitar Shot. After the bout, The Roadie tossed Hebner OOR and joined Jarrett in a double team beatdown until Luger's "Allied Powers" tag team partner "The British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith raced into the ring to make the save.
GV - Feb 17, 2013 - 09:02 AM
Post subject: Mid-Atlantic Results 2/17/13
Mid-Atlantic Results 2/17/13 - Bojangles Coliseum, Charlotte, NC. Att: 10,374.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Stu Schwartz, Ron West & Tommy Young

1. Nelson Royal pinned Tony Zane with an Oklahoma Side Roll at 3:49 after Zane tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

2. The Barbarian (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) over Randy Mulkey at 4:52. The Barbarian tossed Mulkey around like a rag doll the entire match and yanked him up on several two counts. A Military Press Slam was followed up by a Big Boot off the ropes and finally a Diving Head Butt half way across the ring from the top rope to score the winning pinfall.

3. "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez defeated Randy Barber with the Flying Burrito (Forearm) off the ropes at 3:45.

4. Chief Wahoo McDaniel's reign of terror in the Mid-Atlantic continued as the Italian Stallion submitted to the Indian Death Lock at 7:31. The Chief ripped up a youngster's program on his way back to the dressing room after the lad asked him for his autograph.

5. "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson (w/ "The Rock" Ole Anderson) beat Don Kernodle at 12:21. With Referee Tommy Young down and out on the mat and Arn caught in the Cobra Clutch, Ole snuck into the ring and laid out Kernodle with a chair shot from behind. Ole then draped Arn on top of Kernodle and bailed from the ring as a woozy Tommy Young crawled over to count the pin.

6. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Sweet" Stan Lane) defeated the Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) at 14:10. Chaos in the ring with Referee Stu Schwartz desperately trying to restore order. Ricky Morton had Cornette by his jacket lapels up on the apron when "Sweet" Stan snuck up and bashed Morton from behind with the tennis racket. Bobby Eaton made the cover as Schwartz turned around to count the pin. As usual, Cornette insisted upon introducing the Midnight Express prior to the match. He snatched the microphone away from Rick Stewart and told him to go grab himself a cup of coffee.

7. In the Main Event, NWA Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair, in all his sequin-robed splendor, defeated Rick Steamboat at 21:26 in a non-title match. Steamboat brought the fans to their feet as he leapt off the top rope with his patented Diving Cross Body Press, however the momentum of the maneuver put "The Nature Boy" on top. The cagey Flair quickly grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin. Bob Caudle pointed out that this was a non-title bout because United States Champion Magnum T.A. was the official Number One Contender.
GV - Feb 18, 2013 - 09:11 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 2/18/13
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results 2/18/13 - Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, OK. Att: 7,552.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Carl Fergie

1. "Bruiser" Bob Sweetan put away "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll with his trademark Piledriver at 6:44.

2. Veteran Art Crews received a gift Count Out victory over Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) at 7:10 when Eli got into a confrontation with "Jumping" Joe Savoldi OOR. Savoldi was being interviewed by Jim Ross at ringside regarding the recent problems that the Jersey Boys have had with the Sawyer Brothers. Akbar interjected himself into the conversation and was promptly decked by a Savoldi haymaker. Eli rushed to his manager's defense and was counted out by Referee Carl Fergie as he brawled with the Jersey Boy on the floor.

3. "Jumping" Joe Savoldi defeated "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer when the bout was stopped due to blood by Referee Tommy Gilbert at 10:33. Eli the Eliminator returned to ringside and tried to bash Savoldi with Sawyer's dog chain but accidently hit the "Mad Dog" with it instead. Sawyer's forehead was busted open from the blow causing the "Mad Dog" to bleed profusely. Tommy Gilbert examined the wound and called for the bell when he deemed Buzz unable to continue.

4. "Timekeeper" Mike George (w/ clock in hand) over the Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) at 7:40. The "Timekeeper" failed to make a prediction prior to the bell but he did use the clock to his advantage as he popped the Angel of Death in the head with the timepiece when Referee Carl Fergie wasn't looking. George then landed an Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope onto his prone opponent to score the pinfall.

5. UWF TV Title Match. Champion "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) narrowly squeaked by the challenger "Freebird" Buddy Roberts (w/ Michael P.S. Hayes) to retain his title at 11:14. Roberts delivered a Bulldog out of the corner on the champ but was "distracted" when Missy Hyatt, clad in a rather tight mini skirt, bent over and gave the Freebird an eyeful. The ogling Roberts was rolled up from behind by Landel for the pin.

6. "Gentleman" Chris Adams & Sting (w/ Sunshine) defeated Devastation Incorporated's Bad Leroy Brown & "Wild" Bill Irwin (w/ General Skandor Akbar) by DQ at 14:12. Akbar's troops were disqualified when they ignored Referee Tommy Gilbert's five count and persisted in a double team beatdown of Sting inside the ring.

7. In the Main Event, "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ valet Dark Journey) beat Ted Dibiase by DQ at 14:01. Dark Journey blindsided Referee Carl Fergie with her purse after Dibiase caught Slater with his Powerslam finisher off the ropes. Dark Journey then threatened to bash Ted Dibiase with the handbag as well, but Dibiase was able to yank it out of her hands before she could hit him with it. Unfortunately for Dibiase, a woozy Carl Fergie caught him holding the purse and called for the bell.
GV - Feb 19, 2013 - 11:32 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 2/19/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) - Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN. Att: 11,814.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: John Benello & Mike Chioda

1. The Mountie (w/ Shock Stick & Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) defeated "Super" Mario Mancini with the Carotid Control Technique (Sleeper Hold) at 5:04.

2. Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Damien) finished off the Brooklyn Brawler with the DDT at 3:15. The Brawler quickly bailed from the ring as Jake was reaching for the burlap sack with Damien the python.

3. "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy Hart) and Koko B. Ware (w/ Franky the macaw) were both counted out by Referee John Benello at 7:04 as they battled around ringside.

4. "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ "unnatural" blonde hair and "The Doctor of Style" Slick) over Billy Jack Haynes by DQ at 10:17. Slick tried to sneak his walking stick into the ring for Reed to use but Billy Jack got his hands on it first. Referee Mike Chioda caught Haynes swinging the weapon at Reed and signaled for the bell.

5. Mr. Fuji's Orient Express (Pat Tanaka & Kato) defeated the Islanders (Tama & Haku) at 8:06. The devious Mr. Fuji threw a handful of ceremonial salt into Haku's eyes behind Referee John Benello's back. Tanaka then cradled the blinded Haku for the pinfall.

6. "The Model" Rick Martel (w/ "Arrogance" Cologne spray) and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake (w/ colorful hedge clippers) were DQ'd by Mike Chioda when both men threw the referee OOR and slugged it out toe-to-toe.

7. Intercontinental Tournament Finals. "Macho Man" Randy Savage (w/ "Pomp & Circumstance" entrance music and Miss Elizabeth) was counted out against the Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue) at 17:08 by Referee John Benello. The petite Miss Elizabeth got into a tiff with Peggy Sue OOR which drew the attention of the Macho Man. Savage abandon the ring and rushed to his valet's defense but Elizabeth more than held her own as she slapped Peggy Sue across the face. In the meantime, Benello's count reached ten and he awarded both the match and the Intercontinental Title to the Honky Tonk Man.
GV - Feb 20, 2013 - 10:59 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 2/20/13
The AWA on ESPN Results 2/20/13 - Hulman Center, Terre Haute, IN. Att: 9,316.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Wally Karbo
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Rich Frisk & Scott Ledoux

1. Boris Zhukov (w/ Russian Flag & Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated Tom "Rocky" Stone at 3:27. Stone was caught off guard by Zhukov and rolled up from behind while he was jawing with El-Kaisee.

2. Ladies Tournament Match. "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter over Leilani Kai by DQ at 6:30. Caught in Richter's Sleeper Hold and fading fast, Leilani Kai slugged Referee Scott Ledoux to draw the disqualification and save herself from the submission.

3. D.J. Peterson pinned Rick Gantner with the T.N.T. (Diving Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope) at 3:23.

4. "High Flyer" Greg Gagne over Ali Khan (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) by DQ at 7:11. Khan smashed Greg across the back with a folding chair that El-Kaisee had slid into the ring. Referee Scott Ledoux immediately called for the bell.

5. In a Non-Title Match, the AWA Tag Team Champion Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) defeated the team of "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly & "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 8:25. Miscommunication ! With Kiniski holding Shawn Michaels from behind, Kevin Kelly attempted a running Clothesline at the Rocker but Michaels was able to escape at the last second. Kiniski took the full brunt of the Clothesline instead leading to the pinfall. The Rockers made a spectacular entrance and gained valuable babyface points from their throng of female fans in attendance.

6. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers (w/ swagger stick and controversial political views) defeated "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell via Count Out at 9:09. The vile Colonel sent Blackwell crashing throught the announcer's table during OOR action. Jerry could not recover in time to make Referee Rich Frisk's ten count.

7. In the Main Event, Curt Hennig over "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ "Go" the Ninja) by Count Out at 22:11. Typical Zbyszko antics in the ring, i.e., constant stalling, bailing out of the ring and arguing with Referee Scott Ledoux. Convinced that Ledoux was favoring Hennig and conspiraring against him, Zbyszko walked out on the match and took the intentional count out. Larry drew incredible heat from the cheated Terre Haute fans who peppered him with insults and cups as he returned to the dressing room.
GV - Feb 21, 2013 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 2/21/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) Municipal Auditorium, Columbus, GA. Att: 3,780.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Nick Patrick

1. "Candyman" Brad Armstrong defeated Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker with the Side Russian Legsweep at 5:56.

2. "All American" Ron Simmons pinned Inmate#3260 Death Row with a Spinebuster at 3:11.

3. The young but unpopular Erik Watts cradled Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) in a Small Package at 9:04. Watts received a lukewarm reception from the fans during his entrance and very little crowd reaction after the pinfall.

4. The team of "Z Man" Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated Executive Director Alexandra York's York Foundation ("The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor & Richard Morton w/ "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes) by Count Out at 7:09. Mr. Hughes accidently clobbered Terrence Taylor with Alexandra York's laptop during OOR action. He tried to toss Taylor back into the ring like a sack of potatoes but it was not in time to break Referee Randy Anderson's ten count.

5. Non-Title Match. United States Champion Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over 2 Cold Scorpio by DQ at 11:23. Scorpio reversed a corner whip but in so doing sent Muta crashing into Referee Nick Patrick who went down like a ton of bricks. Muta staggered backwards into a Backslide from Scorpio but the Ref called for the bell instead of counting the pin. Patrick deemed that Scorpio "intentionally" whipped Muta into him to justify the disqualification. Gary Hart nodded in approval.

6. "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson (w/ "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & Paul E. Dangerously) beat Big Josh (w/ Axe Handle) by Count Out at 11:47. Eaton snuck up from behind and bashed Josh in the back with his own axe handle during OOR action. The dazed lumberjack could not make Referee Randy Anderson's count.

7. In the Main Event, "The Total Package" Lex Luger and the oafish El Gigante were both counted out by Referee Nick Patrick at 14:23 as they battled back to the dressing room. The fans were happy to see them go. There were several chants of "Boring !" throughout this awkward Main Event.
GV - Feb 22, 2013 - 08:49 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 2/22/13
World Class Results 2/22/13 - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,323.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Bronco Lubich

1. Kelly Kiniski caught a lucky break to defeat the Zulu Warrior by Count Out at 7:42. With both men battling on the floor, Zulu got the better of the fight and tossed Kiniski back inside the ring just as Referee Rick Hazzard's count was reaching ten.

2. Crusher Yurkoff (Bam Bam Bigelow) w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart crushed Perry Jackson with his Big Splash at 6:13. Hart wore dark sunglasses and sported a bandage on his forehead courtesy of the beating he took from Kerry Von Erich inside the steel cage after Kerry had defeated Killer Khan in Houston.

3. "Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumfoffe via Count Out at 9:31. Buck made a spectacular entrance and had the fans clapping along to Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock & Roll" but things took a turn for the worse when Akbar smashed him from behind with his own boombox during OOR action. Zumhoffe could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Bronco Lubich's count.

4. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over "Master G" George Welles by DQ at 6:47. With Referee Rick Hazzard down and out on the mat, Gary Hart snuck into the ring to interfere but his attempt to hit "Master G" with his shoe was thwarted by a quick kick to the midsection. Welles then cleaned house of both Hart & Kabuki with the loaded loafer. Unfortunately for Welles, Hazzard had recovered enough to see his actions and called for the bell.

5. Texas Tag Team Title Match. The champions, Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez defeated their challengers the Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko Ware w/ boombox) at 11:34. Norvell gave Nicola Roberts an earful when she tried to trip him coming off the ropes, but turned around right into a Superkick from Chris Adams leading to the pinfall. The Dynamic Duo retain the tag belts.

6. In his never ending war with the Von Erich's, "Playboy" Gary Hart introduced the newest member of his stable, the One Man Gang hailing from Halsted Street in Chicago, IL. Kevin Von Erich was equal to the task and pinned the big man with a Diving Cross Body off the top rope at 9:14 after the Gang had missed a Splash.
GV - Feb 23, 2013 - 09:55 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 2/23/13
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) - The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA. Att: 12,005.

Announcers: Dick Graham & Kal Rudman
Special Guest Ring Announcer: "The Voice of the Flyers" Gene Hart
Referees: John Stanley, "Tough" Tony Altimore & Jack Lotz

(Kate Smith's "God Bless America" was played instead of the National Anthem prior to the wrestling action.)

1. Promising youngster Steve Travis defeated Sylvano Sousa with the Abdominal Stretch at 5:05.

2. "The Iron Greek" Spiros Arion (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) over Manuel Soto by submission with an Over-the-Shoulder Backbreaker at 7:04.

3. The team of "Chief" Jay Strongbow & "High Chief" Peter Maivia defeated the tandem of "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada at 4:12. Maivia pinned Rodz with a Flying Tackle off the ropes.

4. "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras pinned fellow masked man The Golden Terror (hailing from the Amazon Region of South America no less !) with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope. After the bout, Mascaras attempted to reveal the identity of his opponent but the Terror was able to escape the ring with his mask still intact. It should be noted that the Terror's mannerisms in the ring were reminiscent of none other than that of "The Duke of Dorchester" himself Pete Doherty. Hmmmm....

5. Dominic Denucci from Pittsburgh, PA defeated George "Tha Animal" Steele from Detroit, MI (w/ Captain Louis Albano) by DQ at 12:48. The Animal went from gnawing on turnbuckle pads to gnawing on Denucci's forehead and refused to stop on Referee John Stanley's five count prompting the disqualification. Denucci was lacerated and needed medical attention following the match. Ironically enough, Steele used a tongue depressor on Denucci throughout the bout but was never caught using the weapon by Stanley.

6. Steel Cage Match. "The Tasmanian Devil" Terry O'Reilly vs. Dave "The Hammer" Schultz did not take place. Instead, we were treated to Dino Bravo trying to settle the score with veteran rival Pat Patterson from San Francisco, CA. Bravo carried the match and bloodied his opponent by repeatedly running Patterson face-first into the cage walls. Unfortunately for the young superstar from Montreal, the force of his Drop Kick propelled Patterson through the door of the cage and out onto the floor for the rather dubious victory.

7. Gorilla Monsoon had his hands full with Killer Kowalski (w/ the sequin turbaned Grand Wizard of Wrestling). Kowalski repeatedly dipped down into the tights for a hidden foreign object which he used to bust Gorilla wide open. Monsoon bled profusely and Referee Jack Lotz called for the bell at 21:40. There was confusion in the ring as to the official decision. Thinking the match had been stopped due to blood, Kowalski celebrated in the ring until Gene Hart announced that Monsoon was the victor by disqualification due to the foreign object.
GV - Feb 24, 2013 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 2/24/13
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results 2/24/13 - Boutwell Memorial Auditorium, Birmingham, AL. Att: 4,011.

Announcer: Chip Kessler
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Ron Sexton & Mac MacMurray

1. The masked Black Knight pinned Joe Cazana with a Sidewalk Slam off the ropes at 3:15.

2. The match between Billy Joe Travis and "Wild" Bill Ash ended in a Double Count Out at 9:10 when the momentum of a Flying Cross Body Press by Travis carried both men over the top rope and out onto the floor. Neither Travis nor Ash could recover in time to make the ten count.

3. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry (w/ "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) beat Hector Guerrero with a Piledriver at 9:36.

4. Smoky Mountain TV Title Match. Champion Jerry Oates narrowly pulled out a victory over Jimmy Golden (w/ "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller & Miss Sylvia) at 12:22. Golden dominated the match but was caught in an Oklahoma Side Roll when he telegraphed a Back Body Drop attempt and tucked his head too soon.

5. The Batten Twins may have caught a lucky break when they defeated their bitter rivals the Kansas Jayhawks ("Dirty" Dutch Mantel & "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) by DQ at 9:44. The Jayhawks were relentless with their cheating and dirty double teaming. Referee Mac MacMurray warned them constantly about their tactics which drew the ire of Dutch Mantel. "Dirty" Dutch pushed MacMurray down to the mat to draw the disqualification.

6. "Dr. D" David Schultz pinned Robert Gibson in controversial fashion at 10:30. Unaware that Schultz had a hidden foreign object in his hand, Gibson lifted "Dr. D" up for a Back Suplex when he was slugged with a loaded punch. Schultz made the cover as Referee Ron Sexton counted the pin.

7. In the Main Event, the Junk Yard Dog defeated "Filthy" Phil Hickerson by DQ at 13:34. "Filthy" Phil tried every dirty trick in the book but could not put the Dog away. In his frustration, Hickerson tossed Referee Mac MacMurray out of the ring and whipped JYD unmercifully with his own dog chain. Several wrestlers raced in from the back to make the save and chase off Hickerson but the damage had been down. JYD was assisted backstage for medical attention.
GV - Feb 25, 2013 - 08:44 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 2/25/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 2/25/13 - Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH. Att: 9,141.

Announcers: Vince McMahon, Rob Bartlett & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Mike Chioda

1. Doink the Clown (w/ evil carnival music & a bucket of confetti) over Duane Gill with the Whoopie Cushion (Sit Out Splash off the top rope) at 2:34. Referee Bill Alphonso was the unfortunate recepient of the confetti after the match.

2. Marty Jannetty pinned Rad Radford with the Rocker Dropper (Leg Drop Bulldog) at 6:00.

3. Jerry "The King" Lawler & his personal dentist Dr. Isaac Yankem DDS defeated the team of Bob Cook & Scott Taylor at 7:52. The King pinned Taylor with his Fist Drop off the 2nd rope.

4. Dean Douglas from The University of Higher Learning defeated Duke "The Dumpster" Droese from Mt. Trashmore, FL via Count Out at 7:06. With both men battling on the floor, Douglas smashed Droese across the back with a garbage can that Duke had brought down to ringside during his entrance. Droese was unable to answer Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count.

5. "The King of Harts" Owen Hart over Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly by submission with the Sharpshooter leglock at 9:25.

6. The tandem of "Double J" Jeff Jarrett & his Roadie (w/ twangy Country & Western Music and a ton of heat from the crowd) beat the Allied Powers ("Made in the USA" Lex Luger & "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith) at 9:56. Jarrett and the Roadie combined for a Double DDT on Luger as Referee Mike Chioda was sending the British Bulldog back to his corner. Chioda turned around to find the Roadie making the cover and counted the pin.

7. WWF Title Match. Champion Bret "The Hitman" Hart pinned his challenger Yokozuna (w/ the devious Mr. Fuji and several Geisha girls) at 15:06. The Champ managed to side-step a corner charge by his opponent and caught the dazed Yokozuna in a Schoolboy Roll Up after the big man crashed full steam into the turnbuckle. The ring moved about three feet from the force of Yokozuna's corner collision. Bret Hart retains the WWF Title !
GV - Feb 26, 2013 - 12:58 PM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 2/26/13
WCW/nWo Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 2/26/13 - The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI. Att: 14,583.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Charles Robinson & Scott Dickinson

1. Jung Dragon Kaz Hayashi tapped out to Konnan's Tequila Sunrise leglock at 6:26. Vintage Konnan here with all his big moves, i.e. the Rolling Somersault Clothesline, Carpet Muncher Facebuster and 187 Cradle DDT to set up the Tequila Sunrise. "Arriba La Raza !"

2. Crazy David Flair (w/ equally crazy goth girlfriend Daffney Unger) pinned "The Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux courtesy of a crowbar shot to the head while Referee Scott Dickinson was distracted by Daffney's constant screaming at ringside.

3. Semi-Final Cruiserweight Tournament Match. Lenny Lane's incredible streak of luck ran out in Auburn Hills as "Sugar" Shane Helms absolutely planted him with the Vertebreaker (Back to Back Double Underhook Pile Driver) to advance to the finals of the tournament. Helms was accompanied to the ring by fellow 3 Count boy band member Shannon Moore but not Evan Karagias. Interestingly enough, Karagias will be facing Ultimo Dragon in the other semi-final match and could be meeting Helms in the finals. A visibly hurting Lenny Lane had to be assisted backstage after the bout.

4. "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ "Jerichoholics Anonymous T-Shirt & Ralphus) got help from unlikely places to defeat the "Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay at 9:00. With Referee Charles Robinson knocked down in the action, "The Dark Angel" Vampiro came out from under the ring and delivered the Nail in the Coffin (Michinoku Driver) onto an unsuspecting Finlay. That was all she wrote for the "Belfast Bruiser" as Jericho made the cover and a woozy Charles Robinson crawled over to count the pin. After the bout, Jericho extended a hand to thank Vampiro but "The Dark Angel" would have none of it. Vampiro promptly left the ring with no explanation as Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan speculated over his actions.

5. "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera defeated Rey Mysterio Jr. via Count Out at 10:17. In what was easily the match of the night, Juvy and Rey put on quite a show with their aerial acrobatics. Mysterio missed a suicide dive over the top rope out onto the floor and landed badly. Rey could not make Referee Scott Dickinson's ten count. After the bout, both Dickinson and Juvy checked on Rey's condition.

6. The duo of Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon (w/ the malcontented Mrs. Kimberly Page) over the Bluebloods ("Lord" Steven Regal & "Squire" David Taylor) at 8:50. Kimberly was very fidgety and restless at ringside. DDP seemed preoccupied with her behavior but was able to finish off Regal with the Diamond Cutter for the pin. Tony Schiavone pondered whether or not Mike Awesome was lurking.

7. Semi-Final United States Tournament Match. Booker T (w/ Stevie Ray) and Scott Hall (w/ his nWo entourage of "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash, Scott "Flash" Norton and Syxx) were both counted out by Referee Charles Robinson at 14:42 as they battled outside the ring, up the aisle and into the concession area.
GV - Feb 27, 2013 - 01:23 PM
Post subject: CWF Results 2/27/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results 2/27/13 - Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL. Att: 5,297.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Sonny Myers & Buddy Colt

1. Martial Arts expert Ron Slinker (w/ nunchucks & "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Raul Mata by submission with a Leg Grapevine at 2:11. Slinker refused to release the hold until Mata screamed "I quit, Sensei !"

2. Ray Candy used a Big Splash to pin "Hustler" Rip Rogers (w/ Miss Brenda Britton) at 5:32. Brenda had to pull the crushed Rogers out of the ring after the match.

3. The wild and crazy Bugsy McGraw (w/ leather pilot's helmet, goggles and Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Big Bill Dromo with a head smash to an exposed corner turnbuckle that Sir Oliver had removed the padding from earlier in the match. The time of the fall was 7:29.

4. Blackjack Mulligan's war with Sonny King's "Family" began with a Count Out loss to Thor the Viking at 9:42. Mulligan chased King back to the dressing room where Don Muraco and King Curtis Iaukea were waiting in ambush. The "Family" put a beating on Blackjack until help arrived in the form of Steve Keirn and Mike Graham. Mulligan declined Sonny King's offer to join his stable of wrestlers several weeks ago. The jaded King swore revenge on the big Cowboy from Eagle Pass, TX after the snub.

5. Lars Anderson (w/ mysterious money bag and Killer Karl Kox) over "All American" Bob Roop by Count Out at 10:48. Bob Roop took a bad spill out of the ring when Kox pulled the top rope down just as Roop was being whipped to the ropes. He could not answer Referee Buddy Colt's ten count after the fall.

6. In the Main Event, both Steve Keirn & Mike Graham and their opponents Don Muraco & King Curtis Iaukea (w/ Sonny King) were disqualified by Referee Sonny Myers at 12:54. Pandemonium in the ring with Blackjack Mulligan, Sonny King and Thor the Viking all joining in the fray. Myers had enough and called for the bell.
GV - Feb 28, 2013 - 09:24 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 2/28/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 2/28/13 - Witschi's Sports Arena, North Attleboro, MA. Att: 1,572.

Announcers: Jack Reynolds & Jessie "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Terry Yorkston & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Russian National Anthem rendition and "Classy" Freddie Blassie) pinned Jose Luis Rivera with a Military Press into a Backbreaker across the knee at 4:57.

2. Captain Lou Albano's Moondogs (Rex & Spot w/ nasty looking bones) over the duo of Mike Powers & Fred Marzino at 3:56. The Moondogs combined for their finisher (Rex Backbreaker hold & Spot Diving Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope) to pin Powers.

3. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka over pre-Brooklyn Brawler Steve Lombardi by Count Out at 7:05. Lombardi bailed from the ring only to be caught with a Leaping Double Axe Handle off the top rope by the Superfly. The force of the blow sent Lombardi crashing head-first into the steel barricade railing. He could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Dusty Feldbaumer's count. There was a smattering of "Boos" from the fans who were hoping to see the Superfly Splash.

4. Chief Jay Strongbow & Chief Jules Strongbow defeated the tandem of Charlie Fulton & "The Duke of Dorchester" Pete Doherty at 7:00. The Duke got caught in Jules' Sleeper Hold and was out like a light with the usual Doherty theatrics.

5. "Cowboy" Bob Orton (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) pinned Rene Goulet at 8:29. Orton caught Goulet perched on the top rope with an uppercut and then finished him off with the Superplex.

6. Sergeant Slaughter (w/ Old Glory) over Tiger Chung Lee (w/ kendo stick) at 11:03. The Sarge overcame a handful of salt to the eyes to put away Lee with the Cobra Clutch.

7. Intercontinental Title Match. In the Main Event, the Magnificent Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Pedro Morales at 15:49. Mr. Fuji snuck his cane to Muraco and proceeded to distract Referee Terry Yorkston while the Intercontinental Champ jabbed the weapon into Morales' throat. Yorkston turned around to find Muraco making the cover and counted the pin. Jesse Ventura claimed to have seen no foul play in his color commentary. The Magnificent Muraco retains the title.
GV - Mar 01, 2013 - 12:51 PM
Post subject: TNA Results 3/01/13
TNA Impact Results 3/1/13 - Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,278.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Brian Stiffler, Jamie Tucker & Taryn Terrell

1. Knockouts Division. "Hardcore Country" Mickie James over Velvet Skye by Count Out at 5:19. Mickie side-stepped a Flying Cross Body Press attempt from her opponent causing Velvet to sail over the top rope and out onto the floor. Velvet took a nasty spill and could not make Referee Taryn Terrell's ten count. Mickie tried to help Velvet get back to her feet after the bout but Velvet would have none of it. It should be noted that Velvet attacked before the bell to try and gain an early advantage in the match.

2. Devon pinned Christian York at 8:59. Devon dipped down into the tights for a hidden foreign object and KO'd York with a loaded punch leading to the pinfall.

3. Wes Brisco (w/ Garett Bischoff) defeated "Diamond in the Rough" David Young (w/ Simon Diamond & "Prime Time" Elix Skipper) by DQ at 4:17. With Young caught in the Brisco Lock (Figure Four Leglock) and about to tap out, Elix Skipper ran into the ring and attacked Brisco from behind to break up the hold. Referee Jamie Tucker immediately signaled for the bell. Garett Bischoff then ran in to even the odds. Skipper & Young bailed out of the ring with some choice words for their adversaries.

4. Chavo Guerrero (w/ "SuperMex" Hernandez) over Robbie E (w/ Big Robbie T) at 10:05. Miscommunication on the Jersey Shore ! Robbie T tried to bash Chavo with his clipboard but accidently hit Robbie E by mistake. Chavo added a Frog Splash for good measure to seal the victory. After the bout, Robbie E snatched the microphone away from SoCal Val, pointed an accusing finger at his bouncer and shouted, "You ain't my bro no mo !" before storming off.

5. The Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) continued to climb the ranks of TNA's tag team division by scoring a win over Kid Kash & Gunner at 9:09. Kash slid a folding chair into the ring for his partner to use but Chris Sabin spied it first and gave Gunner the Cradle Shock (Fireman's Carry Sit Out Slam) onto the chair leading to the pin.

6. In the Main Event, Ron "The Truth" Killings (w/ Orlando Jordan) defeated "The Monster" Abyss (w/ Father James Mitchell and "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero) at 11:58. With Referee Brian Stiffler knocked down in the action, the Pope held Killings from behind for an Abyss haymaker. Killings escaped at the last second and Dinero took the full brunt of the blow instead. Killings then rolled up Abyss from behind as the woozy Stiffler crawled over to count the pin.
GV - Mar 03, 2013 - 07:58 AM
Post subject: Mid-Atlantic Results 3/03/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 3/03/13 - Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC. Att: 8,759.

Announcers: Freddie Miller & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Ted Guinness
Referees: Mike Atkins & Sam "Lucky" Roberts

1. Black Bart (w/ ten gallon hat, branding iron & James J. Dillon in brown tux) over Rocky King with the Texas Trash Compactor (Diving Leg Drop off 2nd rope) at 5:04.

2. The team of the "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant & "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez toppled the State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) at 6:56. Fernandez pinned Wright with the Flying Burrito (Forearm) off the ropes.

3. "Pistol" Pez Whatley had all he could handle with veteran "Wild" Bill White. Pez scored the pinfall with a Backslide at 9:18.

4. NWA Televison Champ Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) defeated "Golden Boy" Chick Donovan in a non-title match with the Slingshot Suplex. Tully wrestled the match clean and even offered Donovan a legit handshake prior to the bell.

5. The duo of Rick Steamboat & "Chief" Jay Youngblood defeated their Russians counterparts Krusher Khruschev & "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Uncle Ivan Koloff and ten feet of chain) at 12:53. Steamboat pinned Khruschev after Uncle Ivan inadvertently clotheslined his own man with the chain.

6. "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes upended "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ "Number 1" Paul Jones) with a little help from the "Boogie-Woogie Man" at 11:48. Jimmy Valiant came down to ringside with his boombox blaring in the hopes of getting his hands on hated rival Paul Jones. Jones managed to elude his grasp, however Superstar Graham was distracted by the proceedings and was caught from behind in a Schoolboy Roll Up from Dusty for the pin.

7. United States Championship Match. Magnum T.A. was worse for wear but managed to get by "Chief" Wahoo McDaniel in a brutal and bloody match to retain his title. Wahoo was caught in a cradle and pinned at 22:14 as he attempted to apply the Indian Death Lock.
GV - Mar 04, 2013 - 10:27 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/04/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 3/04/13 - Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY. Att: 11,880.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Nick Kozak & John Benello

1. "Texas Tornado" Kerry Von Erich made short work of "Terrible" Terry Gibbs. Kerry used the Tornado (Discus) Punch to put away Gibbs at 2:09.

2. "The Genius" Lanny Poffo (w/ cap & gown and corny poem) over Jim Powers with the Honor Roll (Senton Splash off the top rope) at 6:19.

3. "The Rocket" Owen Hart survived a pre-match sneak attack to defeat referee-turned-wrestler "Dangerous" Danny Davis (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron. Davis had grabbed onto the top rope to steady himself but Referee John Benello kicked his hand off allowing Hart to get him over for the pin. A furious Danny Davis had some choice words for his former colleague Benello after the match.

4. Haku over the man from the Everglades, Skinner (w/ nasty tobacco juice) at 8:42. Haku reversed a smash to the head with the mysterious pouch that Skinner brings to ringside to score the pinfall. It is rumored that the bag contains alligator teeth among other things.

5. The tag team match between the Bushwhackers (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan's Natural Disasters (Earthquake & Typhoon) was ruled a "No Contest" at 8:09. In an unusual ending, "Dangerous" Danny Davis returned to ringside, jumped into the ring and laid out Referee John Benello with a chair shot from behind. Davis then put the boots to Benello until WWF officials entered the ring to subdue him. Benello had to be carried to the back for medical attention. Nick Kozak will officiate the balance of the card. Sean Mooney and Lord Alfred Hayes speculated over what disciplinary action WWF President Jack Tunney will take against Davis for his actions.

6. "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig (w/ Bobby Heenan) over Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat via Count Out at 11:32. With both men battling on the floor, Mr. Perfect caught the Dragon with a low blow mule kick between the wickets. Steamboat could not recover in time to beat Referee Nick Kozak's count.

7. The Ultimate Warrior (w/ chest-pounding, rope-shaking entrance) beat "The African Dream" Akeem (w/ funky dance steps and "The Doctor of Style" Slick) at 10:04. Slick's attempt to interfere was thwarted in a big way as the Ultimate Warrior sent Akeem barreling into him and knocking "The Doctor of Style" off the apron. Akeem stumbled backwards from the force of the collision and was rolled up from behind by the Warrior for the pin.
GV - Mar 05, 2013 - 12:52 PM
Post subject: UWF Results 3/05/13
UWF Results 3/05/13 - Beaumont Civic Center, Beaumont, TX. Att: 6,318.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Jerry Usher

1. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch (w/ "General" Skandor Akbar) pinned Ken Massey with his Delayed Brainbuster at 2:44.

2. "Dr. Death" Steve Williams over "Gorgeous" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) at 4:28. Bruno removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle behind Referee Jerry Usher's back but it was Dr. Death who capitalized on the mischief but ramming Young's head into the exposed steel leading to the pinfall.

3. Sam Houston pinned "Wild" Bill Irwin (w/ "General" Skandor Akbar) with his running Bulldog out of the corner at 7:32.

4. Popular youngsters Shane Douglas & Steve "Do It To It" Cox went down to defeat at the hands of the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) at 7:48. With Buddy Roberts distracting Referee Tommy Gilbert, Terry Gordy bashed Shane Douglas from behind with his cowboy boot. Gilbert turned around to find Michael Hayes making the cover and counted the pin.

5. Eli the Eliminator was disqualified by Referee Jerry Usher at 8:22 when his manager "General" Skandor Akbar ran into the ring to break up the pin after his opponent "Jumping" Joe Savoldi caught him with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope.

6. "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert got the better of his former tag team partner Sting with help from a likely source. With Referee Jerry Usher down and out on the mat, Sting felt the wrath of "The Lady in Waiting" as "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt slugged him in the head with her loaded Gucci bag. Gilbert made the cover as a woozy Jerry Usher crawled over to lay the three count on the KO'd Sting.

7. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (w/ 2x4, "Ho !" and a big thumbs up) over "Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ Handler Friday & "General" Skandor Akbar) by DQ at 15:02. Friday tried to bash Hacksaw with Kamala's tribal mask but inadvertently hit Referee Tommy Gilbert with it instead. Gilbert immediately called for the bell.
GV - Mar 06, 2013 - 10:54 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/06/13
WWF Wrestling Challenge Program Results (Circa Early 90's) 3/06/13 - Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 10,078.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & "HBK" Shawn Michaels
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. The Berzerker (w/ "Huss ! Huss !", Viking Helmet & Mr. Fuji) pinned Bob Cook with a Leg Drop off the 2nd Rope at 4:59.

2. Savio Vega over Reno Riggins with the Caribbean (Spin) Kick at 4:04.

3. The Repo Man (w/ tow hook & cat burglar mask) defeated Scotty Taylor by submission with the Crowbar (Single Leg Boston Crab) at 6:32.

It should be noted the Shawn Michaels left the announcers' table at this point and did not return leaving McMahon to finish the broadcast without a color commentator. HBK paid little attention to the first three matches or the wrestlers themselves and preferred to talk about himself instead. McMahon challenged him to "get his head in the game" prompting Michaels to retort "get your head in this !" and walking off.

4. Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz gave the 1-2-3 Kid all he could handle before being Counted Out by Referee Joey Marella at 10:33. Schwartz sealed his fate when he missed a charge OOR and crashed head-first into the ring post.

5. Men on a Mission (Mo & Mabel w/ rapping manager Oscar) defeated the masked Conquistadors with the Hip Hop Drop (Stacked Splash) at 6:00. Conquistador #2 was squashed under big Mabel for the pin.

6. Razor Ramon (w/ Mucho Machismo) put away Waylon Mercy with the Razor's Edge (Crucifix Powerbomb) at 10:55.

7. In the Main Event, The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer & Urn) over Irwin R. Shyster (w/ 1099 Tax Forms & "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) at 16:55. IRS drew some serious heat from the crowd prior to the match by accusing the fans of all being tax cheats, but he was done in by his own manager's miscue. Dibiase tried to bash the 'Taker with Shyster's steel briefcase but accidently hit his own man with it instead. IRS was easy pickin's after that as the Deadman finished him off with the Tombstone Piledriver for the victory.
GV - Mar 06, 2013 - 10:55 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/06/13
WWF Wrestling Challenge Program Results (Circa Early 90's) 3/06/13 - Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 10,078.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & "HBK" Shawn Michaels
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. The Berzerker (w/ "Huss ! Huss !", Viking Helmet & Mr. Fuji) pinned Bob Cook with a Leg Drop off the 2nd Rope at 4:59.

2. Savio Vega over Reno Riggins with the Caribbean (Spin) Kick at 4:04.

3. The Repo Man (w/ tow hook & cat burglar mask) defeated Scotty Taylor by submission with the Crowbar (Single Leg Boston Crab) at 6:32.

It should be noted the Shawn Michaels left the announcers' table at this point and did not return leaving McMahon to finish the broadcast without a color commentator. HBK paid little attention to the first three matches or the wrestlers themselves and preferred to talk about himself instead. McMahon challenged him to "get his head in the game" prompting Michaels to retort "get your head in this !" and walking off.

4. Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz gave the 1-2-3 Kid all he could handle before being Counted Out by Referee Joey Marella at 10:33. Schwartz sealed his fate when he missed a charge OOR and crashed head-first into the ring post.

5. Men on a Mission (Mo & Mabel w/ rapping manager Oscar) defeated the masked Conquistadors with the Hip Hop Drop (Stacked Splash) at 6:00. Conquistador #2 was squashed under big Mabel for the pin.

6. Razor Ramon (w/ Mucho Machismo) put away Waylon Mercy with the Razor's Edge (Crucifix Powerbomb) at 10:55.

7. In the Main Event, The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer & Urn) over Irwin R. Shyster (w/ 1099 Tax Forms & "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) at 16:55. IRS drew some serious heat from the crowd prior to the match by accusing the fans of all being tax cheats, but he was done in by his own manager's miscue. Dibiase tried to bash the 'Taker with Shyster's steel briefcase but accidently hit his own man with it instead. IRS was easy pickin's after that as the Deadman finished him off with the Tombstone Piledriver for the victory.
GV - Mar 07, 2013 - 10:02 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 3/07/13
World Class Results 3/07/13 - North Side Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 3,237.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Marvin Jones & David Manning

1. The popular Iceman King Parsons pinned Mr. Ebony with the Rumper Stumper (Butt Bump) off the ropes at 5:28.

2. A desperate "Maniac" Matt Borne brought a chair into the ring but had it Drop Kicked into his face by his opponent Brian Adidas leading to the pinfall at 9:01.

3. Texas TV Title Match. Champion Al Madril turned back the challenge of "Chief" Mark Youngblood to retain his title at 7:15. The cagey Madril played possum on the canvas and rolled out of the way at the last second as Youngblood leapt off the top rope with a would be Splash. The TV Champ then made the cover as Referee Marvin Jones put the three count on the Chief.

4. "The Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ taped thumb and "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeated "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ fancy Stetson & Miss Sunshine) at 10:48. The shady Hart reached into the ring and pulled Casey's leg out from under him as he was attempting to suplex the Mongolian Monster. Khan fell on top of the Cowboy for the tainted pin.

5. Mike Von Erich over "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) by DQ at 12:31. Oliver was caught red-handed bashing Mike in the back with Cornette's tennis racket to draw the disqualification from Referee David Manning.

6. Texas Death Match. The mysterious masked man Red River Jack defeated the Missing Link (w/ Skandor Akbar) at 10:46. Jack was able to pry a 2 x 4 away from the Missing Link and hit him between the wickets with the board. The Link was not able to get to his feet by Referee Marvin Jones ten count and who could blame him ?

7. In the Main Event, the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) defeated their arch rivals the Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey w/ Jim Cornette) by DQ at 14:57. Bobby Fulton hit the Rocket Launcher (Assisted Splash off the top rope) on Condrey but Bobby Eaton pulled Referee David Manning out of the ring to prevent him from making the three count. Manning immediately called for the bell despite Jim Cornette's protest. The furious Cornette pointed out that Manning had cost his stable two disqualifications this evening.
GV - Mar 08, 2013 - 09:31 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 3/08/13
AWA Results 3/8/13 - St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Att: 14,004.

Announcers: Doug McCleod & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referees: Marty Miller & Larry Lisowski

1. "Mr. Electricty" Steve Regal defeated "Beach Boy" Sonny Rogers by submission with his Ft. Lauderdale Leglock (Standing Figure Four Leglock) at 3:39.

2. Ladies Tournament Match. "Sensational" Sherri Martel (w/ "Playboy" Buddy Rose) over Debbie Combs at 7:21. Rose reached into the ring and tripped Combs to set her up for a Martel Splash leading to the three count. Rose was serenaded by chants of "Pillsbury Doughboy" from the crowd. Sherri had to cover the Playboy's ears on several occassions. As we all know, Buddy is very sensitive about his weight.

3. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) put away Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris with a Backbreaker across the knee at 4:42. Mosca nearly dropped the rotund Ferris as he struggled to perform the maneuver.

4. The Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal w/ "Precious" Paul Ellering & Wall Street Journal) defeated the Alaskans (Rick Renslow & David Wagner w/ Alaskan War Clubs) at 6:36. Animal pinned Wagner with a Powerslam off the ropes.

5. "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers (w/ "Playboy" Buddy Rose) upset Big Scott Hall at 11:53. With Referee Larry Lisowski knocked down in the action, Rose snuck into the ring and laid out Hall with a chair shot from behind. Somers made the cover as Lisowski crawled over to count the pin. Curt Hennig ran down to ringside to point out the infraction to Lisowski but the decision stood. Rose and Somers were pelted with debris by the fans as they smugly strode back to the dressing room.

6. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans surprised Blackjack Lanza (w/ Eddie "The Brain" Creatchman) with a Small Package at 14:01 as Lanza was attempting to lift him up for a Suplex. The stunned Lanza sat up on his knees and shook his head in disbelief.

7. Thirty minutes was not enough time to decide a winner in the Main Event between old rivals Verne Gagne and Nick Bockwinkel. The two wily veterans wrestled to a highly entertaining time limit draw and received a standing ovation from the appreciative St. Paul wrestling fans.
GV - Mar 10, 2013 - 09:11 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 3/10/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 3/10/13 - (Matinee) Knoxville Civic Auditorium & Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 2,319.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Teddy "Peanut Head" Long & Bill Alphonso

1. Rikki Nelson received a gift DQ victory from Scotty Flamingo at 6:52. Prior to the bell, Flamingo grabbed the house mic away from Rich Landrum and boasted that he would "make an example" out of his young opponent. Flamingo did just that by mauling Nelson the entire match and pulling him up on several two counts. Flamingo went too far, however, when he choked out Nelson on the mat and refused to stop by Referee Teddy Long's five count. Long signalled for the disqualification despite Flamingo's vehement protest. (Note: Scotty Flamingo is a young Raven/Scott Levy.)

2. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) barely broke a sweat in their lop-sided victory over Mike Thor & Zan Panzer. Rick pinned Zan Panzer with a Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 2:34.

3. Cactus Jack (without a full deck but with the "Bang ! Bang !" six-gun hand gesture) over "Young Pistol" Tracy Smothers (w/ Confederate Flag) at 9:21. It seemed to be the end of the road for Cactus Jack when Smothers caught him with the Jaw Jacker (Flying Back Elbow Smash off the 2nd rope), but the force of the move sent Cactus crashing backwards into Bill Alphonso and toppling the ref to the mat. Smothers tried to help Alphonso get back to his feet and was caught from behind in a Schoolboy Roll Up by Cactus for the pin.

4. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Jimmy "Jam" Garvin w/ Big Daddy Dink) defeated the Patriots (Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip) at 9:37. Hayes pinned Chip after the Freebirds combined for their Double DDT finisher on Chip.

5. WCW TV Title Match. Champion Johnny B. Badd (w/ the Badd Blaster confetti cannon) turned back the challenger "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Southern Belle valet Miss Blossom) vis Count Out at 10:22. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Blossom tried to spray Badd in the face with her Magnolia scented perfume but inadvertently got "Stunning" Steve instead. The blinded Austin staggered around ringside and could not find his way back inside the ring to beat Referee Teddy Long's ten count.

6. "The Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor (w/ Yuppie pony tail, Executive Director of the York Foundation Alexandra York and Head of Security Mr. Hughes) over "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes at 11:56. Rhodes caught Taylor with his trademark Bulldog out of the corner but Referee Bill Alphonso was too busy arguing with Alexandra York to count the pin. Mr. Hughes then entered the ring and absolutely planted Dustin with a Chokeslam behind the distracted ref's back. Taylor crawled over to cover Rhodes as Alphonso finally turned around to make the three count.

7. In the Main Event, "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham, in a bid for another title shot to regain his WCW title from Big Van Vader, defeated Sid Vicious (w/ "Dangerous" Dan Spivey) by Count Out at 11:55. With Windham and Sid battling OOR, Spivey's best intentions to help his Sky Scrapers tag team partner went awry when he accidently clotheslined Vicious over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Sid could not recover in time as Referee Teddy Long laid the ten count on him.

After the matinee show, Dustin Rhodes and Alexandra York were spotted by fans holding hands and having a late lunch at a local diner in Knoxville. Perhaps the notion of "Goldust" came up during the couple's conversation ?
GV - Mar 11, 2013 - 10:29 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 3/11/13
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 3/11/13 - St. Mary's High School Gymnasium, South Amboy, NJ. Att: 710

Ring Announcer: Town Selectman Vincent Corso
Referee: "Tough" Tony Altimore

1. "Olympic Strongman" Ken Patera clamped his Swinging Full Nelson onto Pinky Larsen for the submission victory at 2:32.

2. "Irish" Pat Barrett over Tony Russo with a Sunset Flip off the ropes at 2:50 after Russo tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

3. Professor Toru Tanaka defeated S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones with the Shinin No Maki Japanese Sleeper Hold (Cobra Clutch) at 6:55.

4. The team of Louis Cerdan & Tony Parisi beat the tandem of Tank Patton & Rocky Tamayo at 9:17. Parisi pinned Tamayo with the Cannonball (Senton Splash) off the top rope.

5. Victor Rivera pinned Baron Mikel Scicluna with a surprise Roll Up from behind at 11:16 while Scicluna was jawing with Referee Tony Altimore.

6. In the Main Event, Tony Garea from Auckland, New Zealand over Stan "The Man" Stasiak from Buzzard's Creek, Oregon by DQ at 9:55. Tony Altimore called for the bell when Stasiak grabbed Garea in a blatant chokehold in the corner and refused to break on the five count.

After the match, the two wrestlers continued to battle out into the hallway outside of the school's administration offices. Sister Beatrice McGuire, who was burning the midnight oil in her classroom grading students' exams from earlier in the day, heard the ruckus and poked her head out to investigate the cause of the disturbance. Upon seeing Stasiak and Garea exchanging punches outside her door by the water fountain, Sister McGuire became quite cross and chased them back down the hallway with a yard stick. Garea and Stasiak fled inside the safety of the locker room after being repeatedly stung by the large ruler's wrath.
GV - Mar 12, 2013 - 09:37 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 3/12/13
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results 3/12/13 - Greenville Memorial Coliseum, Greenville, SC. Att: 6,412.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referees: Mark Curtis & Dave Hebner

1. The Dirty White Boy (w/ Dirty White Girl Kimberly) pinned Ben Jordan at 4:24. The DWB KO'd Jordan with a loaded punch after Kimberly slipped a hidden foreign object into his hand while the couple were conferring in the corner.

2. Ric McCord pinned Norvell Austin with a Sunset Flip off the top rope after Norvell had missed a corner charge at 5:57.

3. The Hitmen (Killer Kyle & Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster) over "Starfire" Derrick Dukes and his partner "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner by Count Out at 10:27. Lancaster tossed Derrick Dukes OOR and proceeded to distract Referee Dave Hebner while Kyle laid out "Starfire" with his violin case from behind. Dukes could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Hebner's ten count.

4. Johnny "Crash" Rich defeated "Gentleman" Ken Timbs (w/ "Flamboyant" Eric Embry) at 10:47 after a dirty double team backfired big time. With Referee Mark Curtis knocked down in the action, Timbs held Johnny Rich from behind for an Eric Embry cheap shot, but Rich broke free at the last second and Embry accidently clobbered his own partner instead. Timbs staggered right into a surprise cradle from Rich as Mark Curtis recovered to count the pin.

5. Jim Cornette's Smoky Mountain Tag Team Champions, the Heavenly Bodies ("Sweet" Stan Lane & "Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard) defeated the Gibson Brothers (Ricky and Robert) in a non-title match at 9:19. "Sweet" Stan pinned Rick Gibson after Prichard snuck into the ring and caught Ricky with a Superkick to the chin while Referee Dave Hebner was sending Robert back to his corner. Hebner turned around to find Lane making the cover and counted the pin for the Heavenly Bodies.

6. Tommy "Wildfire" Rich got the better of "Ravishing" Randy Rose (w/ the Black Rose "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey) in this latest battle of the "War of the Roses". The bitter feud between the Rich Cousins and Roses (Smoky Mountain's version of the Hatfields and McCoys) continues as Rich wins the bout with his patented Thesz Press off the ropes at 9:59.

7. The Junk Yard Dog gained a measure of revenge on hated rival "Filthy" Phil Hickerson by defeating him in a Dog Chain Match at 12:40. With both men bound at the wrist on opposite ends of a ten foot long dog chain, JYD pummeled his foe to a bloody mess in retaliation for Hickerson's unmerciful beatdown in Birmingham, AL last week. The Dog wrapped the chain around his fist and busted Hickerson open with repeated punches to the forehead. JYD then dragged his dazed opponent around the ring to touch all four corner turnbuckle pads for the victory.
GV - Mar 13, 2013 - 01:45 PM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 3/13/13
WCW/nWo Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 3/13/13 - North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston, SC. Att: 13,385.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Nick Patrick

1. Disco Inferno (w/ spectacular "Saturday Night Fever" entrance) put Prince Iaukea away with the Last Dance (Stone Cold Stunner) at 3:16.

2. Cruiserweight Semi-Final Match. Ultimo Dragon over Evan Karagias (without "Sugar" Shane Helms or Shannon Moore but with Madussa Micelli) by DQ at 6:51. With Karagias caught in the Dragon Sleeper and fading fast, Madusa sprayed perfume into Ultimo Dragon's face to break the hold. Karagias may have been saved from the submission loss but was disqualified by Referee Nick Patrick in the process. Ultimo Dragon advances to the finals to face Shane Helms for the WCW Cruiserweight Title.

3. Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight. "The Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay pinned "The Dark Angel" Vampiro on the corner of Centre Pointe Drive and International Boulevard with a Forward Roll Slam onto the sidewalk. Referee Charles Robinson had to push his way through a crowd that had gathered around the wrestlers waiting to cross the busy intersection. Robinson made the three count in a steady rainfall and rushed back inside the Coliseum to dry off.

4. Perry Saturn and Scott "Flash" Norton (w/ n.W.o. entourage of Syxx, Scott Hall and Vincent) were both disqualified by Referee Nick Patrick at 12:26. The n.W.o. members rushed the ring when Perry Saturn hit Scott Norton with his Death Valley Driver finisher. Saturn quickly grabbed a folding chair to defend himself and cleaned house with chair shots for everyone. Patrick, who has a reputation of being on the n.W.o.'s payroll, decided to disqualify both men which did not sit well with Saturn. Patrick quickly bailed from the ring as Perry closed in on him with the chair.

5. In a brutal tag team match, KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) defeated the Faces of Fear (Meng & the Barbarian) by Count Out at 13:05. KroniK sent Meng through the announcers' table with the High Times (Double Chokeslam) during OOR action. The Barbarian tried to help Meng get back to his feet but it was not in time to make Charles Robinson's ten count.

6. Buff Bagwell got a cheap DQ victory over "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero at 14:12. With various n.W.o. members present around ringside "scouting" Bagwell for possible indoctrination into their stable, Guerrero demanded that Referee Nick Patrick send the outsiders back to the locker room. As the two argued the matter, Buff Bagwell Drop Kicked Guerrero from behind and sent him crashing into the referee. Patrick immediately called for the bell and disqualified "Latino Heat" for striking him.

7. In the Main Event, WCW World Champion Sting defeated the Giant (WWE's Big Show) at 13:36 in a non-title match. Sting leapt off the top rope with a Splash onto his prone opponent for the pinfall after the Giant had missed a corner charge and crashed full-steam into the turnbuckle. During his entrance prior to the match, the Giant came down to ringside smoking a cigarette ! Mike Tenay admonished him in his commentary for setting a bad example for the youth in the audience.
GV - Mar 14, 2013 - 09:59 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/14/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 3/14/13 - Bangor Civic Center Auditorium, Bangor, ME. Att: 5,079.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Pat Patterson
Special Guest Ring Announcer: Frank Coutinho
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Mario Savoldi

1. On a snowy night in Bangor, Corporal Kirchner of the 82nd Airborne Division (w/ Old Glory and fatigues) pinned Goldie Rogers with a surprise roll up from behind while Goldie was jawing with some fans at ringside.

2. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff (w/ "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) defeated Rudy Diamond with his Piledriver at 3:52. Note - Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho was scheduled to be a guest on "Piper's Pit" however the set did not arrive in time for the show due to the inclement weather conditions.

3. The team of Tony Garea & Rick Martel over the tandem of Gino Carabello & A.J. Petruzzi. Petruzzi submitted to Garea's Octopus Hold (Abdominal Stretch) at 6:30. Gino Carabello ran into the ring to try and save his partner but was intercepted by a Rick Martel Drop Kick.

4. The Iron Shiek (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated the up and coming Paul Roma with his Camel Clutch. The submission hold was set up by a kick to the midsection with the Iron Sheik's pointy-toed boot. According to McMahon, the Sheik "loaded" the toe when he tapped it on the canvas three times prior to kicking Roma. After the match, the Iron Sheik did a demonstration in the ring with his Persian Clubs.

5. Big John Studd (w/ Bobby "The Weas - err - Brain" Heenan and a $5,000 Challenge to any man who can Body Slam him) beat Salvatore Bellomo at 8:15. Bellomo did attempt to cash in on the prize during the match but was met by a clubbing forearm blow to the back before he could lift Studd off his feet. The end came when Bellomo leapt off the top rope with a Diving Cross Body Press but was caught in mid air like a rag doll by Big John. Studd then slammed Bellomo to the mat and finished him off with a Giant Elbow Drop to gain the pinfall.

6. In a surprisingly clean and scientific match, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine from Seattle, WA defeated B. Brian Blair from Tampa, FL with his Figure Four Leglock at 10:20. Valentine worked on his opponent's leg throughout the contest. The normally agile B. Brian Blair was grounded by Valentine's relentless attack on his left knee. Blair was noticably limping and could muster none of his aerial manuevers during the bout to pull out a victory.

7. In the Main Event, Tito Santana, who gave Frank a "High Five" after his ring introduction, beat Samoan Afa (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 13:19. Afa turned his back on his opponent to confer with Lou Albano and walked right into the Flying Forearm Smash for the pinfall. Arriba !
GV - Mar 15, 2013 - 09:21 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 3/15/13
Championship Wrestling From Florida (Circa Mid to Late 70's) Results 3/15/13 - Hollywood Sportatorium, Pembrooke Pines, FL. Att: 11,636.

Announcer: Gordon Solie
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Frenchy Bernard & Bill Alphonso

1. Beautiful Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Pete Austin with the Thumb to the throat submission at 5:39.

2. Paul Ellering over Sir Winston via Count Out at 4:13. Winston crashed shoulder-first into the ring post after missing a charge OOR and could not answer Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count.

3. Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito defeated the duo of El Rayo and Prince Tonga. El Rayo was out like a light in Sato's Oriental Sleeper Hold at 3:33.

4. The Missouri Mauler over Sweet Brown Sugar by Count Out at 8:56. During OOR action, the Mauler grabbed a tray of sodas from a nearby concession vendor and tossed it into Sugar's face. The masked grappler could not find his way back inside the ring as Referee Frenchy Bernard laid the ten count on him.

5. Lights Out Taped Fist Match. "All-American" Bob Roop beat Killer Karl Kox (w/ Lars Anderson) at 11:53. Roop intercepted a hidden foreign object that Lars Anderson tried to slip into Kox's hand and KO'd his opponent with a loaded punch to the jaw. Kox was down and out for the mandatory ten count after the blow.

6. Six Man Tag Match Main Event. Steve Keirn, Mike Graham and Blackjack Mulligan over Sonny King's Family (Don Muraco, King Curtis Iaukea & Thor the Viking) at 12:58. Mulligan pinned Thor after Muraco & Iaukea accidently laid out their own partner with a Double Clothesline.
GV - Mar 16, 2013 - 08:56 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 3/16/13
UWF Results 3/16/13 - Muskogee Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. Att: 4,481.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Joel Armstrong & Ronnie West

1. High-flying "Jersey Boy" Angelo Mosca Jr. defeated "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll in a very competitive and entertaining match at 7:45. Mosca caught his opponent with a Flying Body Press off the ropes to gain the pinfall.

2. Terry Taylor (w/ "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) over Jeff "Rattlesnake" Raitz by submission with a Figure Four Leglock at 6:48. Taylor refused to release the hold until Referee Ronnie West nearly disqualified him. After the bout, Jim Ross had a word with Mr. Taylor:

Ross: "What was that all about, Terry Taylor ?"

Taylor: (In mocking innocence) "What happened, Jim ? Is everyone alright? "

Ross: "What happened ?? Didn't you hear the bell ?!! Did you want to break that youngster's leg in there ??"

(Jeff Raitz is noticably limping and being helped to the back. He can't put any pressure on his leg without grimacing in pain.)

Taylor: "Are you alright, Jeff ? Was there a bell ? The UWF fans are so loud in Muskogee that I couldn't hear a thing !"

Ross rolls his eyes. He turns to Gilbert and Missy Hyatt. "Do you two lovebirds have anything to add ?"

Eddie looks genuinely surprised at Missy. "Did you hear a bell, Cupcake ?" Missy Hyatt is filing her nails and shrugs her shoulders. She briefly stops to admire her nails and then continues to file them.

Gilbert: "Nope. No bells here, Jim. Are you sure it rang ? Can we check the replay ?"

The trio walk away still talking about the phantom bell. Jim Ross has clearly had enough.

Ross: "We're looking at a new Terry Taylor, Ladies and Gentlemen. We'll be back with more wrestling action right after these important messages from our sponsors."

3. Brad Armstrong defeated Brett Sawyer with his Side Russian Leg Sweep at 5:34.

4. The UWF Tag Team Champions, the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) over the Coast Connection ("Hollywood" John Tatum and Jack Victory w/ Missy Hyatt) by Count Out at 8:49 in a non title match. During OOR action, Jack Victory accidently slugged his own partner with Missy Hyatt's loaded Gucci handbag "The Lady in Waiting". Tatum was out like a light as Referee Ronnie West laid the ten count on him.

5. "Time Keeper" Mike George (w/ clock but no prediction) and Chief Jules Strongbow were both counted out by Referee Joel Armstrong at 12:50 as they battled up the aisle and back to the locker room.

6. "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) over "Gentleman" Chris Adams (w/ Miss Sunshine) at 13:43. Adams caught a tennis racket smash to the back from Cornette as he was whipped to the ropes and went down like a ton of bricks. Rogers followed up with a Big Splash off the top rope to seal the victory.

7. The team of "Dr. Death" Steve Williams and Ted Dibiase defeated the Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley and Tiger Conway Jr.) at 12:32. The Jive Tones did a lot of yapping and stalling in this match but to no avail. "Dr. Death" planted Conway with his running Oklahoma Stampede Powerslam for the winning pinfall much to the delight of the hometown fans.
GV - Mar 17, 2013 - 08:08 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/17/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 3/17/13 - Broome County Arena, Binghampton, NY. Att: 6,760.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dave Hebner & Tim White

1. Koko B. Ware (w/ pet Macaw Franky) over Dusty Wolfe by DQ at 2:48. Wolfe got into a heated exchange with Referee Dave Hebner over an alleged fast count following a high Flying Drop Kick to the mush by Koko. It seemed that cooler heads would prevail and the match would resume until Wolfe suddenly grabbed Hebner by the shirt and threw him out of the ring. Koko Ware had seen enough and gave Dusty the Ghostbuster (Brainbuster) much to the delight of the fans. The dazed Hebner informed Howard Finkel of the disqualification before seeking medical attention in the back.

2. Canadian Strongman Dino Bravo (w/ Frenchy Martin) defeated S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones by Count Out at 5:17. Bravo tossed Jones OOR and distracted Referee Tim White while Frenchy Martin snuck up from behind and bashed S.D. across the back with the Canadian flagpole. Jones could not recover in time to make the ten count.

3. Power & Glory (Hercules Hernandez & Paul Roma w/ "The Doctor of Style" Slick beat the duo of Brady Boone & Omar Atlas at 3:28. Power & Glory hit their tag team finisher (Hernandez Superplex out of one corner with Roma Diving Splash off the top rope from another corner) to pin Atlas.

4. Bad News Brown defeated Outback Jack by DQ at 10:15. With Referee Tim White knocked down in the action, Brown tried to hit Outback Jack with his own boomerang but the maneuver was reversed. Unfortunately for Jack, Tim White saw Brown get clocked with the object and called for the bell.

5. Jack "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Damian the Python) beat "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ unnatural blonde hair and manager Slick) at 9:58. Reed decked Roberts with a haymaker and went after the burlap sack containing Damian but was intercepted by a quick boot to the midsection from Jake followed by the DDT for the pinfall. Roberts tried to thrown Damian on top of "The Natural" but Slick was able to drag Reed out of the ring in the nick of time.

6. In the Main Event, "Macho Man" Randy Savage (w/ "Pomp & Circumstance" and Miss Elizabeth) and "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) were both counted out at 14:10. With a dazed Dibiase up against the ropes, a running Clothesline by Savage sent both men toppling over the top rope and crashing down to the floor. The Macho Man and Dibiase continued their brawl around ringside as Dave Hebner laid the ten count on them.
GV - Mar 18, 2013 - 09:48 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 3/18/13
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 3/18/13 - Superstation Studios, WTBS Channel 17, Atlanta, GA. Att: 909.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: David Crockett makes the introductions from the announcers' table
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Tommy Young

1. "Avalanche" Buzz Tyler put away Tony Zane with his Running Powerslam at 2:57.

2. The Barbarian (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) pinned "Downtown" Denny Brown with the Diving Head Butt off the top rope at 3:44.

After the bout, David Crockett interviewed Paul Jones and the Barbarian. Jones said that his Army was methodically wearing down "The Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant. Jones said that Valiant has more guts than brains but that he doesn't have enough guts to come out and face him here today. David Crockett reminded Jones to be careful what he wished for.

3. "Hands of Stone" Ronnie Garvin KO'd "Gorgeous" Gary Royal with his famed Knockout Punch at 5:36. Black Bart came down to ringside with his manager James J. Dillon and pointed out that Garvin used a clenched fist to win. Bart questioned Referee Stu Schwartz why that was allowed. While Black Bart and Schwartz debated the matter, J.J. Dillon added that the last time he checked the rulebook, a clench fist was illegal. David Crockett said, "Since when does J.J. Dillon and his men care about what the rulebook says ?"

4. Arn & Ole Anderson put a damper on Mulkey Mania as they defeated the hapless Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy) at 5:44. The Andersons used their relentless attack on Bill Mulkey's left arm to force a submission at 5:44.

Interview with David Crockett and NWA Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ the ten pounds of gold) "stylin' and profiling" in an expensive suit and sunglasses. Flair says it's lonely at the top. He said that he would be willing to "treat the audience to greatness" and wrestle today if David Crockett could find him an opponent in the back to face him. Crockett said he had someone in mind. Don Kernodle walks out to join them. Flair chuckles to himself. "This guy ?? Are you serious ? I'm a busy man, David Crockett. Do you really want me to waste my time wrestling this man ?" Kernodle takes offense and gives "The Nature Boy" a shove. Flair points an angry finger at him and says, "Hey, hey, watch the clothes, buddy. I don't buy my suits at K-Mart like you do !" Kernodle says that wrestling is about more than clothes and sunglasses. Flair shakes his head and smiles, "Listen, pal, I've wrestled them all over the world. If you think you got what it takes to get in that ring with me, than you're on." The two men shake hands. Kernodle goes to turn away but Flair won't release his hand. There's a brief staredown as Flair mugs it up for the camera and plays his mind games.

5. "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff ( w/ Krusher Khruschev) defeated the Itallian Stallion with the Russian Sickle folowed by a Diving Knee Drop to the back off the top rope. After the bout, Khruschev tossed the Stallion out of the ring and said that he and Ivan wanted the Rock & Roll Express.

6. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Number One" Paul Jones) over American Starship Eagle by DQ at 10:33. Abdullah kept dipping down into the tights for a hidden foreign object which he constantly used to punish Eagle with but expertly hid from Referee Tommy Young's vision. "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant, who was watching in the wings, had enough and rushed the ring. Valiant cleaned house of Abdullah and Jones but his interference led to Eagle's disqualification.

7. Special Challenge Match. NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ dazzling silver and blue sequin robe) vs. David Crockett's choice, Don Kernodle. Flair was in trouble throughout. Overconfident and underestimating his opponent as only Ric Flair can, the Champ was constantly caught in pinning predicaments - a Backslide... a Sunset Flip... a couple of surprise cradles and a Small Package. We get the "Flair Flip" as "The Nature Boy" went upside-down as he was whipped into the corner turnbuckle. We even get the obligatory Flair being thrown off the top turnbuckle and begging for mercy as he holds his back followed by the low blow that turns the tide of the match. Flair is a master at making his opponent look good and keeping the fans on the edge of their seats hoping for an upset. In the end, it was a cradle in the corner with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Kernodle missed a corner charge. Your winner at 12:07 - the smug and struttin' Ric Flair.
GV - Mar 19, 2013 - 09:52 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 3/19/13
AWA Results 3/19/13 - Tropicana Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. Att: 4,219.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Greg Gagne
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Scott Ledoux

1. Buck "Rock & Roll" Zumhoffe (w/ blaring boombox) pinned Dennis Stamp with a Reverse Body Drop in the corner at 5:35.

2. Ladies Tournament Match. Desiree Peterson over Madusa Micelli (w/ "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Nick Kiniski) by DQ at 6:48. Kiniski pulled Referee Gary DeRusha out of the ring before he could put the three count on Madusa following a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope from Desiree Peterson. DeRusha immediately called for the bell.

3. "Sensei" Pat Tanaka (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) and "Z Man" Tom Zenk were both disqualified at 6:23. Page got in several cheap shots prompting Tanaka's rival and former tag team partner Paul "Hard Rock" Diamond to run down to ringside and even the odds for Zenk. A donnybrook ensued with all four men battling in the ring. Referee Scott Ledoux had enough and called the match.

4. "California Kid" Tommy Jammer (w/ Beach Boys' "Surfin' USA" entrance theme) over "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) by Count Out at 11:41. With both men battling OOR and Kelly getting the better of the fight, "Mr. Magnificent" tossed Tommy Jammer back inside the ring just as Referee Scott Ledoux's count was reaching ten. Kelly couldn't believe he had cost himself the count out loss.

5. AWA TV Title Match. Champion Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) retained his title against the challenger, "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski by DQ at 9:42. Steve O intercepted a foreign object that El-Kaisee was trying to sneak into the ring to Saito. The Sheik immediately pointed out the object in Olsonoski's hand to Referee Gary DeRusha who then signalled for the bell.

6. In a brutal and bloody tag team match, Curt Hennig and Big Scott Hall defeated "Sensational" Sherri Martel's Pretty Playboys ("Playboy" Buddy Rose & "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers) at 13:30. Both Hall and Somers were busted open in this contest. The Pretty Boy's laceration was much worse as Somer's could barely see where he was going. Referee Gary DeRusha stopped the bout due to blood at 13:30.

7. The wildman from Borger, TX, Stan "The Lariat" Hansen (w/ branding iron) and "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell were disqualified in the Main Event at 14:34 after both men pushed Referee Scott Ledoux down to the mat and duked it out in the middle of the ring. Several wrestlers had to run in from the back to separate Hansen and Blackwell.
GV - Mar 20, 2013 - 01:28 PM
Post subject: WCW Results 3/20/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 3/20/13 - Joplin Memorial Hall, Joplin, MO. Att: 2,570.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Robarb Jones

1. Marcus Alexander Bagwell pinned "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with a Fisherman's (Cradle) Suplex at 3:41.

2. Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) in a laugher over Rikki Nelson & Larry Santo. Arn put Nelson away with the Gourdbuster (Front Suplex) at 4:54.

3. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) over young Erik Watts at 6:24. Buck scored the pin with his Tennessee Headbuster (Piledriver) after Col. Parker got in a cheap shot with his cane.

4. "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) beat "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ electric guitar) at 7:26. The wily Zbyszko was able to turn defeat into victory by reversing Hammer's "Hammer Rocks" (Slingshot) Suplex attempt into a Brainbuster to gain the pinfall.

5. "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes over "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes (w/ Executive Director Alexandra York) at 11:22. Dustin pinned Mr. Hughes with the Bulldog out of the corner after an errant laptop smash by Ms. York dazed the "Head of Security" of the York Foundation.

6. The Main Event featured "All-American" Ron Simmons going up against "The Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff with Terry Funk as the Special Guest Referee. Funk was the real wild card in this otherwise pretty even contest. Would he call it straight down the line or favor one wrestler over the other ? Terry appeared to be on the up and up in the early going, but as the match wore on he began to tip his hand with a couple of suspiciously fast counts on Simmons. The "All-American" noticed it as well. Simmons was rolled up from behind by Koloff for the pinfall at 15:35 while he was jawing with Funk about his bias officiating.
GV - Mar 21, 2013 - 09:28 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 3/21/13
TNA Results 3/21/13 - Hara Arena, Dayton, OH. Att: 5,227.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & Jeremy Borash
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Earl Hebner & Taryn Terrell

1. ODB (w/ hubby Eric Young) over Angelina Love at 5:38. In an unusual ending, a woozy ODB collapsed on top of Love after the ladies met in violent mid-ring collision. Knockouts referee Taryn Terrell counted the pin for ODB who hadn't even realized that she had won the match.

2. Bully Ray (w/ fire-breathing Twitta machine) beat Chad Collyer with the Bully Bomb (Sit Out Full Nelson Slam) at 6:46.

3. Matt Morgan (w/ Joey Ryan) over "SuperMex" Hernandez at 7:33. With senior official Earl Hebner knocked down in the action, Hernandez had Matt Morgan cradled in a Small Package but slimy Joey Ryan ran in and reversed the cradle. Hebner recovered to count the tainted pin for Morgan.

4. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy defeated Frankie Kazarian (w/ Christopher Daniels) with the Swanton Bomb (Senton Splash) off the top rope at 8:31. The move was set up by the Twist of Fate. Christopher Daniels ran in to interfere and also received the Twist of Fate for his trouble.

5. Father James Mitchell's New Church ("The Monster" Abyss & "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero) beat Ron "The Truth" Killings & Orlando Jordan at 9:35. The Pope caught Ron Killings with the DDE (Double Knee Backbreaker) but Killings managed to get a foot on the ropes during the pin count. Father James Mitchell quickly shoved the foot off before Earl Hebner could see it. Hebner continued with the three count as the New Church went on to victory.

6. Triple Threat Main Event. "The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries vs. TNA X Division Champion "War Machine" Rhino vs. "The Whole Damn Show" Rob Van Dam. (The X Divison Title was not on the line). Aries caught Rhino with his Brainbuster but was sent over the top rope by a Spinning Back Kick from RVD. Van Dam then finished off Rhino with his Five Star Frog Splash for the victory at 10:16.
GV - Mar 22, 2013 - 08:46 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/22/13
WWF Results (Circa Early 90's) 3/22/13 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. Att: 12,513.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dave Hebner & Mike Chioda

1. Crush defeated Rad Radford by submission with his Cranium Crunch (Two-Hand Head Vice) at 6:13.

2. Damien Demento and Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly were both counted out by Referee Mike Chioda at 5:51 as they battled around ringside.

3. The WWF Tag Team Champions, the Smokin' Gunns (Billy & Bart Gunn) defeated Harvey Whippleman's team of Well Dunn (Timothy Well & Steven Dunn) in a non-title match at 6:00. The Gunns combined for their Sidewinder finisher (Bart Side Slam & Billy Diving Leg Drop) on Timothy Well for the pinfall.

4. Doink the Clown (w/ evil carnival music and bucket of confetti) over "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya at 10:04. Doink gained an early advantage by squirting Montoya in the face with "an unknown substance" (according to McMahon) from a trick flower in his ring jacket lapel. Later in the match, the demented clown pulled a bouquet of flowers from his sleeve and tried to hand them to the "Portugese Man O' War" as a peace offering. Aldo declined the gesture and was promptly hit over the head with the bouquet. Camera's picked up a blackjack hidden in the flowers. Doink then finished off his dazed opponent with the Whoopie Cushion (Seated Splash off the top rope) for the victory. Ring Announcer Howard Finkel was the recepient of the bucket of confetti as he announced the winner of the match. After the bout, Doink make balloon animals for the children at ringside, only to pop them with a pin as he handed them to the youngsters. Doink laughed hysterically as he returned to the dressing room.

5. Crazy Bob Backlund defeated the 1-2-3 Kid by submission with his Crossface Chickenwing at 10:16. It was a surreal sight to see the looney Backlund generate such heat at the Garden - a place where he was revered and beloved by the fans some fifteen years ago as the clean-cut WWWF Champion.

6. "Double J" Jeff Jarrett & his Roadie (w/ Country & Western Twang and guitar) defeated the Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) by Count Out at 10:21. Jarrett tossed Henry OOR and proceeded to distract Referee Dave Hebner while the Roadie snuck up from behind and laid out the Godwinn with an El Kabong guitar shot over the head. Henry was down and out for the count.

7. "HBK" Shawn Michaels (w/ bodyguard Psycho Sid) defeated "The Native American" Tatanka at 15:44. Sid was a menace at ringside throughout this contest. Tatanka finally caught him on the apron with a Tomahawk Chop to the noggin, but the distraction was just what Michaels needed to catch the Native American in a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind for the winning pinfall. During his entrance, HBK insisted that Howard Finkel introduce him as "The Showstopper... the Icon... the Main Event !"
GV - Mar 23, 2013 - 09:01 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 3/23/13
World Class Results 3/23/13 - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX. Att: 14,115.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. The Dingo Warrior capitalized on his opponent's mistake to defeat Kelly Kiniski at 4:26. Kiniski tried to pull out all the stops but missed a high risk Knee Drop off the top rope. The Warrior then added a Splash to seal the victory.

2. "Ravishing" Rick Rude needed help from his manager Percy Pringle III to put away "Master G" George Welles at 9:49. Pringle smashed Welles from behind with his walking stick while Rude kept Referee Ralph Pulley distracted. Rude then covered his KO'd opponent for the easy pin.

3. Billy Jack defeated "Killer" Tim Brooks by submission with his Full Nelson at 6:55. The move was set up Brooks missing a corner charge and crashing into the turnbuckle. The dazed Killer stumbled backwards right into Billy Jack who clamped on the Full Nelson for the victory.

4. The Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas via Count Out at 9:18. As he so often does, Gary Hart interferred constantly and got under the skin of "Mr. U.S.A." in a big time way. Atlas had enough and chased Hart around ringside and back to the dressing room as Referee Bronco Lubich issued the ten count.

5. The Texas Tag Team Champions, Nicola Roberts' Dynamic Duo of "Gentleman" Chris Adams and "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez defeated the South African Simpsons (Shaun & Steve) in a non title match at 9:13. Chaos with all four men battling in the ring and Referee Ralph Pulley unable to restore order. The frustrated Pulley was about to call the match when he found Gino Hernandez covering Shaun Simpson and made the three count. Replays revealed that Nicola Roberts had pulled Simpson's leg out from under him as he was attempting to suplex Hernandez causing Gino to fall on top for the cover. Pulley counting the pin despite the fact that neither were the legal men in the ring at the time.

6. Texas Title Match. Champion "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Precious) vs. No. 1 contender "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich. In a hard fought contest, the Champ was done in by his valet's miscue as Precious accidently sprayed Jimmy in the face with her aerosol can. Von Erich clamped the Iron Claw Hold onto the blinded Garvin and the rest was history. Your winner and Newwwwwwwww Texas Heavyweight Champion at 17:02, "Modern Day Warrior" Kerry Von Erich ! After the bout, Kerry's father and brothers rushed into the ring to congratulate him.
GV - Mar 25, 2013 - 09:07 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/25/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 3/25/13 - Capital Centre, Landover, MD. Att: 17,816.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Lou Super, Jack Lotz & Dick Kroll

1. "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe (w/ dubious left forearm pad for an injury that refuses to heal) over the Tonga Kid at 6:35. With his opponent lying prone on the canvas, the Tonga Kid thought he had the match won when he leapt off the top rope with a Splash, but Iron Mike was playing possum and lifted a knee just as the Kid was landing on him. Sharpe grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin as Referee Lou Super made the three count.

2. "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter (w/ swagger stick, whistle and a salute for Old Glory) beat the pre-Brooklyn Brawler version of Steve Lombardi by submission with the Cobra Clutch at 5:45.

3. What began as a "Piper's Pit" segment ended as an impromptu match between Jose Luis Rivera and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper (w/ bodyguard "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr.) The Rowdy One insulted his guest by asking Rivera if he ever got tired of losing all the time. Rivera pointed out that they have never met in the ring and challenged Piper to put his money where his mouth was. Thus, the match was on. Jose Luis Rivera gave Roddy all he could handle much to the delight of the fans until a Three Stooges' eye poke turned the tide of the bout. Piper finally put Rivera away with the Scottish Neckbreaker at 9:28. "Rowdy" Roddy snatched the house mic away from Joe McHugh and said, "Just when you think you have all the answers, I change the questions !" Piper put a few extra stomps on Rivera before departing the ring triumphantly.

4. Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim) pinned "Butcher" Paul Vachon at 9:46. Elmer reversed a whip into the turnbuckle and followed up with a crushing Avalanche in the corner. The deflated Vachon collapsed to the mat only to have the Big Hillbilly add a Splash for good measure for the three count.

5. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka brought the fans to their feet with his Superfly Splash off the top rope to defeat Moondog Spot at 11:38. Vintage Snuka here with a front and back leap frog as Spot ran the ropes and a Reverse Chop to the throat to set up the Diving Splash.

6. The U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham) and the North-South Connection (Adrian Adonis & Dick Murdoch) ended in a Double Count Out at 14:50 after both teams took the battle to the floor while Referee Jack Lotz issued the ten count.

7. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Russian National Anthem & "Classy" Freddie Blassie) defeated the "Incredible" Hulk Hogan via Count Out at 18:26. With Hogan tossed OOR and Volkoff distracting Referee Lou Super, the Iron Sheik ran down to ringside and choked out the Hulkster on the floor with his tunic. Gasping for breath and trying to climb back inside the ring, Hogan could not make the count in time. After the bell, Volkoff and the Iron Sheik put a double team beatdown on Hogan until Sgt. Slaughter ran in to make the save.
GV - Mar 26, 2013 - 09:53 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 3/26/13
WCW/n.W.o. Monday Night Nitro Results 3/26/13 - Macon Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 8,894.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Scott Dickinson, Charles Robinson & Mickey Jay

1. The Natural Born Thrillers (Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire w/ "Above Average" Mike Sanders) defeated Leia Meow's Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi & Yang) by Count Out at 3:17. There was more action outside the ring than in as Mike Sanders stalked and harrassed Leia Meow from the onset. Leia was more than capable of defending herself as she slapped Sanders across the face, nevertheless, Kaz Hayashi came to his valet's defense and was counted out by Referee Scott Dickinson in the process. The Thrillers are all products of WCW's Power Plant facility where they were trained by Paul Orndorff, Bobby Eaton & DeWayne Bruce (Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker).

2. Hardcore Match. The Wall defeated Big Vito of the Mamalukes at 7:28 after a Kendo Stick shot between the wickets.

3. UFC fighter Tank Abbott (w/ Vince Russo) over "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus via Count Out at 11:45. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Morrus was tripped by Russo and sent crashing head-first into the steel ring steps with a loud "clang". "The Laughing Man" wasn't laughing when he could not shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Charles Robinson's ten count. Vince Russo was booed out of the ring after spending ten minutes hyping Tank Abbott after the match. The WCW fans just weren't buying Russo's nonsense and littered the ring with debris.

4. David Flair & Crowbar (w/ David's goth girlfriend Daffney Unger) defeated the West Hollywood Blondes (Lenny Lane & Lodi) at 7:57. Crowbar used a sommersault Guillotine Leg Drop into the ring from the apron to pin Lenny.

5. Cruiserweight Championship Finals. "Sugar" Shane Helms can thank his Three Count buddy Shannon Moore for bringing him the Cruiserweight gold after defeating Ultimo Dragon via Count Out at 8:16. With the Ultimo Dragon tossed OOR and Referee Scott Dickinson admonishing Shane Helms for his tactics, Moore leapt off the apron with his Bottoms Up finisher (Leg Drop Bulldog) driving the Dragon face first onto the concrete floor. Dickinson laid the ten count on the dazed Dragon and awarded the belt to Helms.

6. "The Franchise" Shane Douglas got some unexpected help from Raven to defeat "Crippler" Chris Benoit at 14:40. Benoit caught "The Franchise" with his trio of Rolling German Suplexes and was about to clamp on the Crippler Crossface when Raven, who had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the bout, got up from his seat and began heckling him. A heated confrontation between the two ensued. Douglas took advantage of the distraction by sneaking up from behind and pinning Benoit with a Roll Up.

7. United States Tournament Match. "Career Killer" Mike Awesome eliminated Booker T to advance to the finals. Booker appeared to be on his way to victory after landing his Axe Kick when Awesome tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt. Booker performed his Spinarooni and began to scale the turnbuckle for his Heat Seeker (Missile Drop Kick) when Kimberly Page ran down to ringside and pushed him off the top rope. Awesome followed up with a Frog Splash to score the pinfall at 19:36. An irate Diamond Dallas Page then appeared at the top of the ramp as Awesome and Kimberly escaped through the crowd.
GV - Mar 27, 2013 - 11:33 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 3/27/13
Smoky Mountain Results 3/27/13 - Raleigh County Armory, Beckley, WV. Att: 2,390.

Announcers: Chip Kessler & Tommy Noe
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referee: Mark Curtis

1. "Country Boy" Cousin Roscoe Junior (w/ bare feet and overalls) over Gary Scott at 6:34. The friendly Hillbilly was able to lift a knee on Scott's corner charge to set up the pinfall.

2. Norvell Austin defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs with a Diving Head Butt off the top rope at 6:05.

3. "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers (w/ "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) pinned Dixie Dynamite (a masked Scott Armstrong) with his Hangman's Neckbreaker at 8:28. After the bout, Jaggers challenged Smoky Mountain TV Champion Jerry Oates to defend his title against him.

4. The Fabulous Blondes ("Flamboyant" Eric Embry & "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) were disqualified in their bout with the Rich Cousins (Johnny "Crash" Rich & Davey Rich) at 7:37. Apparently there was some leftover hostility on the part of Ken Timbs after his loss to Johnny Rich last week. Timbs blatantly hit Johnny over the back with the timekeeper's bell right in front of Referee Mark Curtis to draw the DQ.

5. "The Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette & "Sweet" Stan Lane) and Robert Gibson (w/ brother Ricky Gibson) were both disqualified by Mark Curtis at 11:17 after a wild free-for-all involving all four men and Jim Cornette.

6. Smoky Mountain Title Match. "Superstar" Bill Dundee successfully defended his title over "Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey (w/ "Ravishing" Randy Rose) at 17:46. Primarily known for his tag team prowess, Condrey gave Dundee a run for his money and came within an eyelash of winning the belt with his Brainbuster. Fortunately for the Champ, he was able to get a foot on the ropes to break the pin count. The end came for Condrey when his partner Randy Rose accidently threw a handful of powder in his face. Dundee capitalized on the miscue with a quick Small Package on his blinded opponent to score the winning pin.
HoustonRules - Mar 28, 2013 - 04:14 AM
Post subject: RE: SMW Results 3/27/13
Nice to see Percy Pringle III (aka Paul Bearer) still managing wrestlers in our tabletop-gaming world.
GV - Mar 28, 2013 - 08:40 AM
Post subject: RE: SMW Results 3/27/13
Right you are, Marty ! Personally, I preferred the Percy Pringle persona over Paul Bearer but they were both fun to watch : ) Rest in Peace, Mr. Moody. We miss you !
GV - Mar 28, 2013 - 08:46 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 3/28/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 3/28/13 - War Memorial, Rochester, NY. Att: 5,116.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dave Hebner & John Benello

1. Intercontinental Champion The Honky Tonk Man (w/ guitar and Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) defeated "Superfly" Sivi Afi via Count Out at 4:06 in a non-title match. With Jimmy Hart up on the apron arguing with Referee Dave Hebner, the Honky Tonk Man gave Afi the Shake, Rattle & Roll as the two men battled on the floor. Afi could not make Hebner's ten count after the Swinging Neckbreaker.

2. The Can-Am Connection (Rick Martel & Tom Zenk) over the tandem of Terry Gibbs & Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ branding iron and Lone Ranger Mask) at 3:20. Zenk pinned Gibbs with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope.

3. "Outlaw" Ron Bass (w/ bullwhip "Miss Betsy") put away "Leaping" Lanny Poffo (w/ corny poem) with his Texas Gourdbuster (Pedigree) at 9:09.

4. "King" Harley Race (w/ purple robe, crown, scepter and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Billy Jack Haynes at 11:31. The cagey veteran Race caught Haynes with a knee to the mush on a corner charge and then cradled his stunned opponent with a handful of tights for the pinfall.

5. The Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) defeated the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) at 9:08. The Hitman caught Brunzell (at least we think it was Brunzell as he and Blair look identical while wearing the masks) with a smash to the back of the head with Jimmy Hart's megaphone as he was being whipped to the ropes. Neidhart then pounced on the KO'd Brunzell for the pin.

6. In the Main Event, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (w/ "HO!", 2 x 4 and a big thumbs up) over King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) by DQ at 12:46. Heenan tried to smash Duggan with his own 2 x 4 but accidently hit Referee Dave Hebner with it instead. The dazed Hebner called for the bell and had to be assisted to the back.
GV - Mar 30, 2013 - 08:03 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 3/30/13
UWF Results 3/30/13 - Rapides Parish Coliseum, Alexandria, LA. Att: 6,037.

Announcers: Boyd Pierce & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Carl Fergie

1. Savannah Jack put away Mike "Hammer" Reed with his Superkick at 5:39.

2. Lord Humongous (w/ Goalie Mask & Downtown Bruno) defeated "The Raging Greek" Mike Pappas with a devastating Chokeslam at 5:28.

3. It appeared as though Eli the Eliminator had pinned UWF Rookie of the Year Shane Douglas with a phantom uppercut until Steve "Do It To It" Cox ran down to ringside and insisted that Referee Carl Fergie examine Eli's hand. Fergie was able to pry Eli's fist open to reveal a roll of quarters that his manager General Skandor Akbar had slipped into the ring to him earlier in the match. Fergie immediately reversed his decision and awarded the bout to Douglas via disqualification. In a ringside interview with Boyd Pierce after the bout, an irate Skandor Akbar said that Cox should have kept his nose out of Devastation Incorported's business and would soon regret his actions.

4. "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer (w/ Dog Collar & Chain) over Chavo Guerrero at 8:34. Chavo had things going his way until he missed a high risk Senton Splash off the top rope and found nothing but canvas. Sawyer added a handful of tights to secure the pin.

5. The father-son team of "Bullet" Bob Armstrong & Brad Armstrong were victorious over the Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd & New Zealand Flag) by DQ at 11:14. As is often the case, the Sheepherders came to brawl rather than to wrestle and were on the verge of disqualification throughout the contest. Referee Tommy Gilbert finally had enough when he caught Lord Jonathan Boyd jabbing the flag pole into Brad Armstrong's ribs and called for the bell.

6. UWF TV Title Match. The Champion, "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) turned back the challenger Sam Houston to retain his title at 13:39. Landel scored the pinfall with his Corkscrew Elbow Drop after Missy Hyatt laid out Houston with a shot from behind with her loaded Gucci handbag "The Lady in Waiting". The "Nature Boy" always seems to find a way to keep his TV Title.

7. Ted Dibiase and Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy put on quite a show in the Main Event with an epic battle that nearly reached the thirty minute time limit. Dibiase was able to roll through on Gordy's Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes to finally score a pinfall at 29:25. Both men received a loud ovation from the appreciative Alexandria fans.
GV - Apr 02, 2013 - 10:00 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 4/02/13
WWF Results (Circa Early 90's) 4/2/13 - Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA. Att: 8,752.

Announcers: Craig DeGeorge & Dok Hendrix
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Earl Hebner & Joey Marella

1. "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) over Scotty Taylor by submission with a Stepover Toe Hold & Rear Chinlock at 4:13.

2. Hapless Duane Gill went down to defeat at the hands of popular garbageman Duke "The Dumpster" Droese and his Trash Compactor (Tilt-A-Whirl Slam) off the ropes at 3:33.

3. The Berkerker (w/ "Huss ! Huss !", Viking Helmet & Mr. Fuji) defeated Max Moon via Count Out at 8:22. Moon made a spectacular entrance shooting confetti from the wrists of his spacesuit but he could not carry the momentum over into his match against his brute of an opponent. Moon received a huge Atomic Knee Drop from the Berzerker that propelled him over the top rope and sent him crashing head-first onto the floor. Referee Earl Hebner laid the ten count on the woozy spaceman.

4. "King of Harts" Owen Hart and Marty Jannetty treated the fans to an exciting and high-flying contest. Jannetty's Small Package attempt was reversed into Owen's dreaded Sharpshooter. Trapped in the middle of the ring with nowhere to go, Marty had no choice but to tap out at 11:47.

5. The Caribbean Connection of Razor Ramon & Savio Vega defeated the Beverly Brothers (Beau & Blake w/ The Genius) at 10:04. With Beau distracting Referee Earl Hebner and Blake holding Razor Ramon from behind, the Genius, attired in his red graduation cap and gown, tried to smash Ramon over the head with a folding chair. Razor broke free at the last second leaving the Beverly Brother to take the full brunt of the chair shot instead. Hebner turned around to find Ramon making the cover on the KO'd Blake and counted the pin.

6. Adam Bomb over Psycho Sid (w/ Bates' Motel Hitchcock Music and "HBK" Shawn Michaels) via Count Out at 14:58. As the action spilled OOR, big Sid was laid out by an inadvertent Superkick from Michaels on the floor. Referee Joey Marella could have counted to a hundred after the "Sweet Chin Music". Sid, who also serves as Michaels' bodyguard, had some choice words for his employer when he finally came to. HBK merely shrugged his shoulders and smugly strolled back to the locker room.

7. In the Main Event, "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel defeated Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Geisha Girls) by DQ at 11:03. Diesel had Yokozuna set up for his Jackknife Powerbomb but we'll never know if he would have been able to lift the giant behemoth off his feet. Mr. Fuji threw a handful of ceremonial salt into Diesel's eyes to thwart the Powerbomb attempt and draw the disqualification.
GV - Apr 03, 2013 - 03:36 PM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 4/03/13
Jim Crockett Promotions Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 4/03/13 - Macon County Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 5,003.

Announcers: Freddie Miller & "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Ray McKay
Referees: Mike Atkins & Sonny Fargo

1. United States Champion Magnum T.A. defeated veteran "Wild" Bill White with his Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 4:07 in a non-title bout.

2. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Sweet" Stan Lane) over Jim & Mack Jeffers at 3:29. The Midnights combined for their Double Goozle finisher (Eaton Clothesline with Lane Schoolboy Roll Up from behind) on Mack Jeffers for the pinfall.

3. Nelson Royal submitted to Chief Wahoo McDaniel's Indian Deathlock at 5:04. After the bell, McDaniel refused to release the hold until he was nearly disqualified by Referee Sonny Fargo.

4. The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) defeated the duo of George South & Randy Barber at 4:28. Gibson made the pin after the Express hit their patented Double Drop Kick on George South. A post match interview with Freddie Miller was rudely interrupted by Krusher Khruschev and "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff who demanded a match against the Rock & Rollers next week.

5. "Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez (w/ "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant) over the Barbarian (w/ "No. 1" Paul Jones) at 8:46. Fernandez scored the pinfall with a Small Package and an unusually fast count by Referee Sonny Fargo. Paul Jones vehemently protested the decision and accused Fargo of being "paid off" by the Boogie-Woogie Man.

6. Texas Death Match. Black Bart (w/ Black Stetson, Branding Iron & James J. Dillon) was defeated by "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin at 9:27. Bart was KO'd by his own cowboy boot after Garvin was able to pry the shoe from his hands and clock him over the head with it. Referee Mike Atkins administered the 10 Count and called for the bell when Bart could not get back to his feet.
GV - Apr 04, 2013 - 09:54 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 4/04/13
AWA Results 4/04/13. ESPN Presents the AWA from the Showboat Sports Pavillion in Las Vegas, NV. Att: 5,070.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Marty Miller

1. Tony Leone got a gift Count Out victory over "TNT" D.J. Peterson at 6:16. Peterson was baited into a confrontation with "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko who was being interviewed by Larry Nelson at ringside. A shoving match ensued OOR until D. J. was laid out by a nunchuck shot from behind by Zbyszko's ninja "Mr. Go". Greg Gagne ran out to make the save and check on Peterson.

2. Ladies Tournament Match. Candi Devine put away Despina Montogas with a Roll Up and a handful of tights at 6:22 after Montogas missed a corner charge and went shoulder-first into the ring post.

3. Jesse "The Body" Ventura defeated Jake "The Milkman" Milliman by submission with his Body Breaker (Over-the-shoulder Backbreaker) at 4:38.

4. The Russians (Yuri Gordyenko & Alexis Smirnoff) over the jobber tandem of Todd Becker & Jim Evans at 4:16. Gordyenko made the pin after the Russians combined for their Double Hot Shot finisher on Becker.

5. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca defeated "Olympian" Brad Rheingans via Count Out at 9:50. Brad was clotheslined over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators during OOR action. Rheingans gamely tried to get back in the ring but it was not in time to make Referee Marty Miller's ten count.

6. Ray "The Crippler" Stevens (w/ Tag Team partner Nick Bockwinkel) over David Sammartino at 9:42. Stevens, Sammartino and Referee Gary DeRusha were all knocked down in a huge mid-ring collision. Ever the opportunist, Bockwinkel snuck in the ring and laid Stevens' arm across Sammartino's chest. The woozy DeRusha shook out the cobwebs, crawled over and counted the pin.

7. In the Main Event, "The Pillsbury Dough Boy - er - Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers and "Sensational" Sherri Martel) came up empty in his bid to defeat Curt Hennig (w/ Big Scott Hall). Somers had climbed up on the apron to interfere but Hennig was ready for him and gave the "Pretty Playboys" a mighty Noggin Knocker. Rose staggered around the ring until he was floored by Curt's Missile Drop Kick off the top rope and pinned at 13:10 much to the delight of the fans.
GV - Apr 05, 2013 - 10:18 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 4/05/13
WWWF Championship Wrestling Results, WOR-9, 4/05/23 - Agricultural Hall, Allentown, PA. Att: 2,316.

Announcer: Vince McMahon Jr.
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta
Referees: Dick Woehrle, John Stanley & Gilberto Roman

1. "Flying" Fred Curry defeated Gypsy Rodriguez with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes at 4:47.

2. "Crazy" Luke Graham (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling in sequin turban and sunglasses) pinned "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw with a side headlock and a jab to to the throat with a hidden foreign object at 3:39. The fans serenaded the tempermental Graham with chants of "Crazy Luke ! Crazy Luke !" despite the Wizard's attempts to quiet the crowd.

3. Dominic Denucci put away Sylvano Sousa with his patented Airplane Spin at 4:20.

We were next treated to a special segment in which Olympic Strongman Ken Patera entered the ring with Vince McMahon to perform feats of strength for the fans. The unappreciative spectators constantly heckled him to which Patera grabbed the mic and bellowed "The people of Pennsylvania are sickening !" Patera threatened to leave but McMahon implored him to press on.

Patera explained that he would be appearing on NBC's Sports Spectacular "World's Strongest Man Competition" which earned him more catcalls from the hostile audience. Once again McMahon had to appease the strongman and convince him to continue with his demonstration. Patera reluctantly agreed and began by jamming steel spikes through a mahogany plank with his bare hand. Next, he tore a phone book in half followed by bending a steel bar behind his neck.

His final "feat of strength" would be to blow up a hot water bottle until it popped. The fans piped up again and Patera became irate. "How are your lungs ?? Probably all filled with cigarette smoke !!" he shouted. Patera bantered with the fans a little longer before finally snatching the water bottle out of McMahon's hand and puffing into it. Slowly but surely it inflated with each breath before ultimately popping. Patera seemed stunned and staggered around the ring. McMahon tried to steady the strongman and checked to see if he was alright. Patera regained his senses and began flexing his muscles and jawing with the fans once more as we cut away to a commercial.


4. The popular duo of "Chief" Jay Strongbow & "High Chief" Peter Maivia defeated the tandem of "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe & "Dynamite" Jack Evans at 8:42. Maivia pinned Evans with a Flying Tackle off the ropes.

5. Nothing was settled between Victor Rivera and Tor Kamata (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) as the two men took their battle out on the floor while Referee John Stanley administered the ten count and called the match at 12:48.

6. In the Main Event, Waldo Von Erich (w/ German WWII helmet and Freddie Blassie) defeated "Polish Power" Ivan Putski via Count Out at 14:07. During OOR action, Von Erich choked out Putski with Gary Cappetta's microphone cord and then bashed him in the head with his helmet while Freddie Blassie kept Referee Dick Woehrle occupied. "Polish Power" was down and out for the count as Woehrle awarded the decision to the hated Von Erich.
GV - Apr 06, 2013 - 08:36 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 4/06/13
TNA Results 4/06/13 - The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA. Att: 2,485.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & Al Snow
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Brian Stiffler, Mike Posey & Taryn Terrell

1. Zema Ion (w/ lifetime supply of hair spray) was disqualified in his X-Division match against Suicide at 4:57. Ion tried to spray his opponent in the face with the hair spray but inadvertently got Referee Brian Stiffler with it instead to draw the DQ.

2. Knockouts Division. Tara (w/ Hollywood boyfriend "Mr. Pec-Tacular" Jesse Godderz) was too much for the up-and-coming Taeler Hendrix. Taeler put up a good fight but went down to the Widow's Peak (Gory Neckbreaker) at 4:36.

3. Jerry Lynn defeated Matt Hardy at 7:24. With Referee Mike Posey knocked down in the action, Hardy slid a folding chair into the ring and tried to give his opponent the Twist of Hate onto it, however a quick boot to the midsection allowed Lynn to reverse the move into his Cradle Piledriver. Posey recovered to make the three count on Hardy.

4. "King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett (w/ guitar and wife Karen) over Eric Young (w/ wife ODB and a flask of who-knows-what) at 6:50. EY was taking the match to his opponent and scaled the top turnbuckle to deliver his Diving Elbow Drop when he was abruptly pushed off from behind by Karen Jarrett. Jeff then finished off his dazed opponent with The Stroke (Forward Russian Legsweep) as ODB and Karen got into a catfight OOR. After the bout, ODB & Eric challenged the Jarretts to a mixed tag match next week.

5. Chavo Guerrero & "Super-Mex" Hernandez beat the tandem of "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan & sleazy Joey Ryan by DQ at 7:09. Giant Matt Morgan thought he had won the match for his team after flattening Hernandez with his Carbon Footprint (Running Big Boot) but "Super-Mex" amazingly kicked out after a count of two and a half. Morgan was beside himself and took his rage out on Referee Brian Stiffler who he had accused of deliberately making a slow count. Morgan tossed the diminutive ref over the top rope and out onto the floor to draw the disqualification.

6. In an epic battle, "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle bested Mr. Anderson at 19:18 in a match that featured both men kicking out of each other's finishers. The end came when Mr. Anderson's second Mic Check (Leg Hook Reverse STO) attempt was countered into a Small Package by Kurt for the winning pinfall.
GV - Apr 07, 2013 - 08:39 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 4/07/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida (Circa Late 70's) 4/07/13 - Eddie Graham Sports Stadium, Orlando FL. Att: 5,763.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Frenchy Bernard & Charley Laye

1. "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas upset Lars Anderson with a surprise Roll Up and a little help from Tiger Conway Jr. at 5:37. Tiger had joined the announcers' table to provide commentary for the bout and his presence at ringside seemed to distract Anderson's focus away from Douglas. Lars repeatedly challenged Conway and held the ropes open for him to get in the ring. Douglas took advantage of the moment and snuck up from behind with a Schoolboy Roll Up to pin Anderson. Killer Karl Kox suddenly rushed the ring and joined Lars in a double team beatdown of Douglas until Conway joined the fray to make the save.

2. Ever the showman, "Hustler" Rip Rogers and his valet Miss Brenda Britton entertained the fans with their antics, however his opponent Jack Brisco was not amused and won the match with his Figure Four Leglock. Miss Brenda threw in the towel at 5:55.

3. The bout between Siegfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) and Steve Keirn was declared a "No Contest" at 8:40 after Referee Frenchy Bernard became sandwiched in between the two grapplers during a mid-ring collision off the ropes and rendered unconscious. Bernard had to be carried to the back leaving Charley Laye to officiate the balance of the card.

4. Korean heel Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) over Jim Garvin via Count Out at 7:03. Garvin was laid out from behind by a Sonny King chair shot during OOR action and could not make Charley Laye's ten count.

5. Florida Tag Team Title Match. The champions, the Spoilers I & II, successfully defended their belts against the team of Rocky Johnson & Ray Candy at 9:54. Spoiler I, who is as agile as a cat, leveled Rocky Johnson with a Leaping Double Axe Handle off the top rope while the referee was sending Ray Candy back to his corner. Spoiler II (rumored to be Bobby Duncom under the mask) made the cover as Charley Laye turned around to count the pinfall.

6. Steel Cage Match. Blackjack Mulligan's war with Sonny King's Family continued as the ornery cowboy from Eagle Pass, TX got the better of King Curtis Iaukea in this brutal and bloody cage match. With both men attempted to ascend the wall side-by-side, Mulligan rammed Iaukea's already bloody face into the chain-link fence once more and sent his opponent crashing back down to the canvas with a Blackjack Elbow Smash to the mush. Mulligan then climbed out to victory at 11:32.
GV - Apr 08, 2013 - 03:01 PM
Post subject: WCCW Results 4/08/13
World Class Results 4/08/13 - Gilley's Club, Pasadena, TX. Att: 5,197.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Fritz Von Erich
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: David Manning & Fred Sinclair

1. "Cowboy" Tony Falk over Brian Adidas via Count Out at 6:16 thanks in no small part to the Long Riders. "Wild" Bill and brother Scott "Hog" Irwin were apparently indulging themselves at the Gilley's bar when they decided to come down to ringside to start some trouble.

With Falk distracting Referee David Manning, "Wild" Bill baited Adidas into a confrontation on the floor. Before Brian could even throw a punch, he was laid out by a beer bottle over the head from behind courtesy of Scott Irwin. Adidas was down and out for the count. There was a major ruckus after the bout as some huge Gilleys' bouncers attempted to escort the Irwins from the premises and got the fight of their lives. Bill and Scott more than held their own against the brutes until the Pasadena police were summoned to haul the brawling brothers off to the pokey for the night.

2. The One Man Gang (w/ chain headband and "Playboy" Gary Hart) absolutely flattened Spike Huber with his 747 Splash off the top rope for the pinfall at 4:28.

3. The Youngbloods (Chris & Mark) defeated the Pretty Young Things (Norvell Austin & Koko Ware w/ boombox) by DQ at 6:09. Austin was caught red-handed bashing Chief Mark Youngblood across the back with the PYT's boombox. Referee David Manning immediately called for the bell.

4. "The Wildman from the Sudan" Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over the Zulu Warrior at 5:03. Abdullah used a hidden foreign object jab to the throat to floor Zulu and then finished off his opponent with the Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop).

5. "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) over sleazy Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) by disqualification at 9:46. Jake was at odds with Referee Fred Sinclair right from the start. The two constantly bickered back and forth throughout the bout until Roberts had enough and planted the official with his DDT to draw the DQ. Sinclair had to be carried off for medical attention. Jake will no doubt be facing disciplinary action for his conduct.

6. In the Main Event, the Missing Link (w/ Skandor Akbar) was DQ'd in his match against Kevin Von Erich at 9:53. With the Link caught in Kevin's dreaded Claw Hold, Akbar sent "Latin Heart Throb" Al Perez into the ring to attack Von Erich and break the hold. The Missing Link joined Perez in a double team beatdown of Kevin until Von Erich patriarch Fritz could stand no more and left the announcers' table to help his son fend off the heels.
GV - Apr 09, 2013 - 10:28 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 4/09/13
WCW/n.W.o. Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 4/09/13 - Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL. Att: 4,605.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "The Living Legend" Larry Zybszko
Ring Announcer: Miss Hancock (Stacy Kiebler)
Referees: Billy Silverman & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Kid Romeo (w/ glow stick entrance) over Blitzkrieg by Count Out at 5:06. With Romeo staggering OOR, the high flying Blitzkrieg missed a Plancha (Slingshot Cross Body Press over the top rope to the outside) and landed shoulder-first on the floor. Referee Billy Silverman issued the ten count and then checked on Blitzkrieg's condition. There seemed to be a miscommunication between the two grapplers as Romeo was suppose to catch Blitzkrieg and help break his fall during the maneuver.

2. Steve "Mongo" McMichael and Big Rick Fuller were both counted out by Referee Slick Johnson. With Fuller up against the ropes, a Running Clothesline from McMichael sent both men toppling OOR and out onto the floor. They continued their battle around ringside until Johnson called the match at 7:42.

3. Meng (w/ Faces of Fear partner the Barbarian) over "The Chair Man of WCW" La Parka (w/ air guitar entrance) at 7:09. With Referee Billy Silverman knocked down in the action, the Barbarian ran into the ring and reversed La Parka's cradle. Silverman recovered to count the pin for Meng.

4. Scotty Riggs defeated Kanyon by Count Out at 10:05. Mike Awesome came down to ringside with Kimberly Page which immediately drew the attention of Diamond Dallas Page's friend Kanyon. Kanyon admonished Mrs. Page for her behavior and tried to send her back to the dressing room which earned both a slap from Kimberly and a sucker punch from Mike Awesome. Kanyon and Awesome battled up the aisle to the back as Referee Slick Johnson issued the ten count.

5. "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ the Insane Clown Posse) over Rey Mysterio Jr. at 8:42. With Shaggy 2 Dope & Violent J keeping Referee Billy Silverman occupied, Vampiro gave Mysterio his Nail in the Coffin finisher (Michinoku Driver) on the floor. Rey could not recover in time to make the count.

6. In the Main Event, "Crippler" Chris Benoit and his partner "Iceman" Dean Malenko emerged victorious over the team of "The Franchise" Shane Douglas and Raven at 11:19. Benoit pinned Douglas with his Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope. Raven tried to make the save but was intercepted by a Malenko Drop Kick to the chops.
GV - Apr 10, 2013 - 09:01 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 4/10/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 4/10/13 - Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD. Att: 8,830.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Pat Patterson
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Jack Lotz & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. Salvatore Bellomo pinned "No.1 Frenchman" Rene Goulet (w/ black glove) with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes at 5:33.

2. The masked Invaders (I & II) defeated the tandem of Charlie Fulton and his partner "The Duke of Dorchester" Pete Doherty (w/ missing teeth) at 4:00. Invader II used a Senton Splash off the top rope to pin the Duke.

3. Tito Santana over Tiger Chung Lee (w/ Kendo Stick) by DQ at 6:54. Lee choked out Santana in the corner with a tag rope and refused to break on Referee Dusty Feldbaumer's five count to draw the disqualification.

4. Big John Studd (w/ $5,000 Body Slam Challenge & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated Corporal Kirchner from the 82nd Airborne Division (w/ fatigues and Old Glory) at 6:25. Kirchner nearly got the big man up off his feet but Studd alertly grabbed the ropes to block the Body Slam attempt. A Giant Bear Hug from Studd followed by a huge Elbow Drop finished off the Corporal.

5. Pedro Morales was Counted Out by Referee Jack Lotz in his match against Samoan Afa (w/ Captain Louis Albano) at 8:36. As the action spilled out onto the floor, Captain Lou couldn't resist getting in a few cheap shots of his own. Albano was decked by a Morales' haymaker much to the delight of the fans however the Captain's interference kept Morales out of the ring long enough to cause the Count Out.

6. "Classy" Freddie Blassie's duo of Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Russian National Anthem rendition) & the Iron Sheik (w/ pointy-toed boots) over the Soul Patrol ("Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas & Rocky Johnson) at 9:50. Volkoff doubled over Rocky with a Double Axe Handle from behind and the Iron Sheik followed up with a Loaded Kick to the throat as Referee Dusty Feldbaumer was sending Tony Atlas back to his corner. Feldbaumer turned around to find the Sheik making the cover and counted the pin. A replay revealed that the Sheik "loaded" the toe of his boot by tapping it on the canvas three times before delivering the decisive kick ; )

7. In the Main Event, Bob Backlund defeated "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton (w/ dubious forearm cast & "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) at 22:02. Backlund bashed Orton in the head with his own cast and then cradled his staggering opponent for the winning pinfall.
GV - Apr 11, 2013 - 09:18 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 4/11/13
Smoky Mountain Wrestling Results 4/11/13 - Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 3,270.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Ray Reeve
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Jerry Calhoun & Mark Curtis

1. Pat Rose used a distraction from cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose to pin "Starfire" Derrick Dukes at 5:44. Randy reached into the ring and tried to trip Dukes as he bounded off the ropes. Derrick spun around to confront him and was caught in a School Boy Roll Up from behind by Pat Rose for the pinfall.

2. Tommy "Wildfire" Rich put away "Wild" Bill Ash with his Thesz Press off the ropes at 4:47.

3. "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette & trusty tennis racket) over Billy Joe Travis at 7:39. Travis had Bobby set up for a Monkey Flip out of the corner but the cagey Eaton was one step ahead of him and locked his arms under the ring ropes to block the move. Travis fell back to the canvas and Eaton pounced on him with a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.

4. Jimmy Golden (w/ "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller & Miss Sylvia) defeated "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner at 8:58. Fuller climbed up on the apron and threw a handful of powder into Hoerner's eyes. Golden capitalized on the interference with a Small Package to pin his blinded opponent.

5. The Kansas Jayhawks ("Dirty" Dutch Mantel & "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers w/ noose) were defeated by "Candy Man" Brad Armstrong & his partner Smoky Mountain TV Champ Jerry Oates at 10:30. Jaggers tapped out to Oates' Spinning Toe Hold while Brad prevented Mantel from interferring. This was a sweet victory for the TV Champion. Jaggers has been making a lot of noise lately about Oates ducking him for a title shot.

6. The Junk Yard Dog (w/ shopping cart of junk from the salvage yard) over "Dr. D" David Schultz at 9:47. JYD was able to reverse a smash to the head with a rusty hubcap that Schultz had pulled out of his cart to score the pinfall.
GV - Apr 12, 2013 - 09:03 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 4/12/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 4/12/13 - Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA. Att: 7,174.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: Earl Hebner & Mike Chioda

1. Haku pinned Johnny K-9 with a Crescent Kick to the chops off the ropes at 3:54.

2. Convict# 90271 Nailz from the Department of Correction was DQ'd by Referee Mike Chioda at 5:09 in his match against the Red Rooster when he was caught with a shiv in the ring.

3. Mr. Fuji's Orient Express (Pat Tanaka & the masked Kato) defeated High Energy ("The Rocket" Owen Hart & "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware) at 6:20. Tanaka pinned Koko with a Superkick after Mr. Fuji blinded the Birdman with a handful of ceremonial salt.

4. The Mountie (w/ stun gun and Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) over Outback Jack from Humpty Doo, Australia by DQ at 6:03. With Referee Earl Hebner knocked down in the action, the Mountie reached for his stun gun but Outback Jack beat him to the punch and bopped the Royal Canadian policeman in the head with his boomerang. Unfortunately for the big Aussie, Earl Hebner saw the infraction and called for the bell. Prior to the match, the Mountie drew tremendous heat from the crowd during his entrance earning him several bonus points.

5. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake thought he had the match won when he connected with his High Knee Smash off the ropes on Bad News Brown, but the momentum of the collision sent Brown crashing backwards into Referee Mike Chioda. Brutus made the cover but there was no one to count the pin. Beefcake then tried to help Chioda get back to his feet and was rolled up from behind by Brown for the pinfall at 10:54.

6. "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase & his assistant Virgil defeated the Bushwhackers (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) at 8:03. Dibiase pinned Cousin Luke with a handful of tights after Virgil bashed the Bushwhacker from behind with the Million Dollar Belt.

7. In the Main Event, Randy "Macho Man" Savage (w/ Pomp & Circumstance & Miss Elizabeth) over Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig (w/ chewing gum, towel and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) by disqualification at 17:35. The Macho Man was able to land his big Elbow Drop off the top rope on Mr. Perfect, however Bobby Heenan pulled Referee Earl Hebner out of the ring before he could finish making the three count to draw the DQ.
GV - Apr 14, 2013 - 08:00 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 4/14/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 4/14/13 - Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC. Att: 9,740.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Nick Patrick

1. "Rapmaster" P.N. News squashed Randy Barber with his Broken Record (Diving Splash off the top rope) at 5:58.

2. Chuck Coats went down to defeat at the hands of Sid Vicious and his Powerbomb at 3:13.

3. The team of "Z Man" Tom Zenk & Johnny Gunn defeated the Texicans (Shanghai Pierce & Tex Slazenger) at 6:54. Zenk pinned Slazenger with a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope. Shanghai Pierce ran in to try and break up the pin but was intercepted by a Thesz Press from Johnny Gunn.

4. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) put away 2 Cold Scorpio at 7:14. With her man in trouble, Blossom ran into the ring but was quickly cornered by Scorpio. As Scorpio closed in on her, he was met from behind by a running knee smash to the back from Austin. "Stunning" Steve then finished off his opponent with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot).

5. Young Pistol Tracy Smothers defeated "The Computerized Man of the 90's" yuppie Terrence Taylor (w/ Executive Director of the York Foundation Alexandra York & Head of Security Mr. Hughes) at 8:19. Smothers scored the pinfall after an errant laptop smash to Taylor's noggin courtesy of Mr. Hughes.

6. The Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & young brother Scott) over the dysfunctional duo of Abdullah the Butcher & Cactus Jack at 8:56. Scott pinned Cactus Jack with the Frankensteiner after Abdullah and Cactus were whipped into each other from opposite corners of the ring.

7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ red sequin robe and 2001: A Space Odyssey entrance music) defeated Sting (w/ spikey blonde hair, face paint and jungle yell) via Count Out at 6:54. With Referee Bill Alphonso knocked down in the action, Flair tossed Sting over the top rope and then smashed him head-first into the ring post. The Stinger was busted open and could not find his way back inside the ring as Alphonso recovered to lay the ten count on him. Although he was the heel in the match, Flair received as many cheers as Sting from the Greensboro crowd during the introductions.
GV - Apr 15, 2013 - 10:08 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 4/15/13
WWF Results (Circa Early 90's) 4/15/13 - Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL. Att: 12,502.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & "Sweet" Stan Lane
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Nick Kozak & Dave Hebner

1. The Roadie (w/ "Double J" Jeff Jarrett) defeated Phil Apollo at 3:11. Jarrett tripped Apollo coming off the ropes causing him to stumble right into a DDT from the Roadie for the pinfall.

2. Repo Man (w/ Tow Hook & Cat Burglar Mask) over "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya by submission with his Crowbar (Single Leg Boston Crab) finisher at 4:56.

3. The 1-2-3 Kid (w/ Educated Feet) and Dean Douglas (w/ Board of Education) were both Counted Out by Referee Nick Kozak at 8:58 as they duked it out on the floor.

4. The Arkansas hog farmers Henry O. & Phineas I. Godwinn (w/ Bucket of Slop & Hillbilly Jim) went down to defeat at the hands of Johnny Polo's Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre) at 8:16. Jacques bashed Phineas from behind with Johnny's polo mallet while Referee Dave Hebner was sending Henry back to his corner. Pierre made the cover with a foot on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin on Phineas.

Heartbreak Hotel Segment w/ host "HBK" Shawn Michaels and bodyguard Psycho Sid

Michaels' guest was Irwin R. Shyster and his manager "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase. IRS said that today was his favorite day of the year and reminded the fans that their taxes were due. Shyster drew tremendous heat from the crowd as he removed a stack of blank 1040 Forms from his briefcase and asked the ushers to help distribute them amongst the fans.

The segment appeared to be over when Psycho Sid began to have words with Michaels. Sid was still angry over being leveled by HBK's errant Sweet Chin Music Superkick last week and causing him to lose a match to Adam Bomb by Count Out. Michaels said he was sorry that the Superkick didnt knock some sense into his "lame-brained" bodyguard prompting Sid to grab his employer by the throat and Chokeslam him through a wall of the set. Dibiase handed Sid a wad of cash and welcomed him to The Million Dollar Corporation with an evil laugh. Sid and IRS then put the boots to Michaels until HBK's former bodyguard "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel ran out to make the save. The fans cheered the reuniting of HBK and Diesel as "Big Daddy Cool" helped Michaels to the back.


5. Hakushi pinned Crush with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind at 7:45 after his manager Shinja blinded the big Hawaiian with a handful of ceremonial salt to the face.

6. Jerry "The King" Lawler over "The Native American" Tatanka at 11:40. Lawler's dentist Dr. Isaac Yankem, DDS came down to ringside and slipped a pair of dental pliers into the King's hand while Referee Nick Kozak's back was turned. Lawler was able to open a large gash on Tatanka's forehead with the pliers prompting Kozak to stop the match due to blood.

7. Intercontinental Title Match. Champion Bam Bam Bigelow was Counted Out by Referee Dave Hebner when he was tossed into the camera crew by the challenger Bob Backlund during OOR action and became entangled in the wires and cables. Backlund was awarded the victory however Bigelow retains the Intercontinental belt.
GV - Apr 16, 2013 - 11:37 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 4/16/13
TNA Results 4/16/13 - Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC. Att: 6,311.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz
Special Guest Ring Announcer: Frank Coutinho (substituting for Christy Hemme who is at a local salon having her nails done)
Referees: Bruce Gray & Scott James

1. Sharkboy surprised Wes Brisco (w/ Garett Bischoff) with a Victory Roll at 4:21 after Brisco was whipped into Bischoff who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere.

2. The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) defeated the Jersey Shore (Robbie E & bouncer Big Robbie T) at 6:28. The Jersey Shore continues to have their problems functioning as a cohesive unit as Robbie T accidently smashed "The List, 'Bro" Clipboard over his own partners head to set up the pinfall for Chase Stevens.

3. Kid Kash (w/ Gunner) was DQ'd by Referee Scott James for outside interference in his match with Crimson at 5:29. Gunner ran into the ring to break up Crimson's pin attempt after Kash was laid out with the Red Sky (Sit Out Spinebuster) finisher.

4. Special Mixed Tag Team Challenge Match. The bout between the Jarretts (Jeff & Karen w/ guitar) and the Youngs (Eric & ODB w/ flask) was ruled a "No Contest" at 7:05 when Karen Jarrett tried to bash ODB with the guitar but accidently clobbered Referee Bruce Gray with it instead when her opponent ducked. Gray was knocked out cold and unable to render a decision. Scott James will officiate the balance of the card. Prior to the match, ODB offered Guest Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho a swig from her flask. Frank took one sniff of its contents and politely declined.

5. Devon (w/ "Aces & Eights" Member DOC) over "Cowboy" James Storm via Count Out at 9:47. DOC pulled the top rope down as Storm was being whipped to the ropes causing the Cowboy to take a bad tumble out onto the floor. Storm was unable to answer Referee Scott James' ten count after the spill.

6. TNA TV Title Match. Defending Champion "Pope" D'Angelo Dinero (w/ Father James Mitchell) was unseated by his challenger Rob Van Dam and the Five Star Frog Splash at 13:40. At one point, RVD rival "The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries came down to ringside to interfere but was intercepted and bopped in the head with a microphone smash from Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho. TNA Security quickly stepped in to separate the two combatants. Aries, with a noticable bump on his forehead, was livid as Van Dam celebrated in the ring with the TV Title.
GV - Apr 17, 2013 - 11:05 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 4/17/13
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results 4/17/13 - Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO. Att: 8,304.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Edward Faulk & Ronnie West

1. "The Ugandan Giant" Kamala (w/ General Skandor Akbar & Handler Friday) finished off Perry Jackson of Texarkana with a Big Splash at 3:24. Friday had to instruct Kamala to get off his opponent after the pinfall.

2. "Dr. Death" Steve Williams put away "Mr. Superb" Steve Doll with the Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) at 3:54.

3. Brett Sawyer (w/ brother "Mad Dog" Buzz) over "Jumping" Joe Savoldi (w/ fellow Jersey Boy Angelo Mosca Jr.) by DQ at 7:32. It should be noted that Savoldi was jumped by the Sawyers during a prematch interview with Jim Ross. The bad blood carried over into the match with all four men battling both outside the ring and in. Referee Edward Faulk could have easily called it a Double Disqualification however he caught Savoldi bashing Brett in the head with his brother's dog chain and awarded the match to Sawyer.

4. The exciting young tag team of Shane Douglas & Steve "Do It To It" Cox got the better of Skandor Akbar's Devastation Incorporated (Eli the Eliminator & "Wild" Bill Irwin). Douglas scored the pinfall on "Wild" Bill after a Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 6:59. Akbar continued his threats toward Cox in a post match interview with Jim Ross.

5. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch defeated Brickhouse Brown at 6:34. Brickhouse ran full steam into an elevated knee from Murdoch on a corner charge to turn the tide of the match. "Dirty" Dick added two feet on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.

6. "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt) pinned Chief Jules Strongbow with the Hot Shot at 7:55 after Missy blinded the Chief with a handful of powder to the face.

7. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) defeated Sunshine's team of Sting and "Gentleman" Chris Adams at 9:55. As he usually does, Terry Gordy interjected himself and altered the outcome of the match. With all four men battling in the ring and Referee Ronnie West trying to restore order, Gordy snuck in and reversed Sting's cradle on Michael Hayes. West turned around to find Hayes on top and counted the pin for the Freebirds.
GV - Apr 18, 2013 - 10:11 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 4/18/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Circa Mid 80's) 4/18/13 - Salem Civic Center, Salem, VA. Att: 5,082.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Ted Guinness
Referees: Tommy Young & Walter Buckner

1. Barry Windham put away Joel Deaton with his Western Lariat (Clothesline) off the ropes at 2:53.

2. Ole Anderson (w/ Arn Anderson) over Tim "Powerhouse" Parker by submission with a Wrenching Arm Lock at 2:48.

3. Doug Vines went down for the three count after "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes' Bionic Elbow Drop at 3:44.

4. Rick Steamboat & Chief Jay Youngblood defeated the masked Thunderfoots at 5:23. Ricky pinned Thunderfoot #2 with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope.

5. Krusher Khruschev (w/ "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff and 10 feet of chain) over Lazer Tron (Hector Guerrero under a mask) at 7:41. Khruschev scored the pinfall after Koloff smashed Lazer Tron from behind with the chain behind Referee Walter Buckner's back.

6. NWA TV Title Match. Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) and challenger "Avalanche" Buzz Tyler were counted out by Referee Tommy Young at 9:16 as both men battled it out on the floor. Tully retains the TV Title.

7. Six Man Tag Team Match. "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant, "Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez & their special mystery partner Rufus R. Jones were defeated by Paul Jones' Army of "Superstar" Billy Graham, the Barbarian and "Number One" Paul Jones himself who stepped out of his managerial role to don the tights once more. As one might expect, Jones would only tag in when his team was in control of the match which frustrated Jimmy Valiant to no end. To make matters worse, "The Boogie-Woogie Man" was pinned by Jones at 11:07 after Graham & the Barbarian combined for a Double Hot Shot on Valiant while Referee Walter Buckner was sending Rufus R. Jones back to his corner. Graham quickly tagged in Jones to make the cover on Jimmy for the pinfall.
GV - Apr 19, 2013 - 09:27 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 4/19/13
WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) 4/19/13 - Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY. Att: 2,919.

Announcer: Vince McMahon Jr.
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Gilberto Roman

1. George "The Animal" Steele (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) over Frank Williams from Columbus, OH by submission with the Flying Hammerlock at 4:21. The Animal spent a good portion of this match gnawing on a turnbuckle pad and then raking Frankie's face with the stuffing while Captain Lou, sporting an open Hawaiian shirt and puffing away on a cigar, jawed with the fans at ringside. Steele chased Ring Announcer Gary Cappetta from the ring both before and after the bout.

2. Popular Canadian Dino Bravo defeated Doug "Gashouse" Gilbert with the Airplane Spin at 5:26.

3. "Rawbone" Swede Hansen (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) toyed with Johnny Rivera for 3:56 before finally pinning him with a Piledriver.

4. "Special Midgets Attraction" Cowboy Lang & Pepe Gonzalez defeated Little Tokyo & Lord Littlebrook at 6:04. Referee Dick Woehrle seemed to get the worst of this match as the little people had their share of fun with the official. Pepe Gonzalez pinned Little Tokyo with a Sunset Flip.

5. "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz got some unexpected help from the equally unpredictable George "The Animal" Steele to defeat Steve Travis via Count Out at 5:31. The Animal returned to ringside with a trash can and caused a major disturbance around the announcers' table. It didn't take long for Steele to get into it with Steve Travis who had been tossed out of the ring by Johnny Rodz and was struggling to get back to his feet on the floor. Travis was finally able to fend off the Animal but not before Referee Gilberto Roman reached the ten count and called for the bell.

6. Freddie Blassie's tandem of Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka were defeated by the team of Tony Garea & Larry Zbyszko at 8:04. Tanaka had lifted Zbyszko for an apparent Body Slam when Garea entered the ring and Drop Kicked his partner on top of the Professor for the three count.

7. In the Main Event, "The Eighth Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant over "The Big Cat" Ernie Ladd (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) at 11:45. Andre caught Ladd with a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes and then sat on his opponent's chest while Referee Dick Woehrle administered the three count.
GV - Apr 20, 2013 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 4/20/13
AWA Results 4/20/13 - Dane County Coliseum, Milwaukee, WI. Att: 7,092.

Announcers: Roger Kent & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referees: Larry Lisowski & Robert Warren

1. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers finished off "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay with his South African Facebuster at 5:41.

2. Rick Gantner submitted to the goose-stepping Baron Von Raschke's Iron Claw Hold at 4:17.

3. "Top Gun" Ricky Rice surprised Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) with a Reverse Cross Body Press off the top rope at 6:27.

4. Former Los Angeles Ram's lineman Leon "Baby Bull" White over Doug "Pretty Boy" Somers (w/ "Sensational" Sherri Martel & "Playboy" Buddy Rose) by DQ at 8:24. White flattened the Pretty Boy with a Running Powerslam however Buddy Rose ran into the ring to break up the pin count and draw the disqualification.

5. Billy Robinson pinned Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) after a One Arm Backbreaker at 7:41.

6. "TNT" D.J. Peterson and his partner "High Flyer" Greg Gagne over "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko and his mysterious Ninja bodyguard "Mr. Go" at 8:54. Gagne pinned Go after Zbyszko inadvertently bashed his own partner in the head with his nunchucks.

7. In the Main Event, crafty Nick Bockwinkel defeated Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon via Count Out at 15:59. As the action spilled out onto the floor, the dazed Bockwinkel delivered a mule kick between the wickets and rolled back inside as Referee Larry Lisowski issued the ten count on the incapacitated Vachon.
GV - Apr 22, 2013 - 08:52 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 4/22/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 4/22/13 - Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Att: 7,379.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Sonny Myers & Buddy Colt

1. Sweet Brown Sugar pinned Phil Mercado with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron at 2:55.

2. The Assassin defeated Raul Mata via Count Out at 3:35. As the two men battled on the floor, the Assassin appeared to slip a foreign object inside his mask and head butt his opponent. The fans screamed for Referee Buddy Colt to examine the mask however the official put the ten count on the KO'd Mata instead.

3. Lars Anderson & Killer Karl Kox over the duo of Bubba Douglas & Tiger Conway Jr. at 5:50. During OOR action, Anderson and Kox laid out Bubba Douglas with a Double Hot Shot onto the barricade railing. Bubba gamely tried to get himself back inside the ring but it was not in time to make Referee Sonny Myers' ten count.

4. Mike Graham defeated Ron Slinker (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) by DQ at 7:53. With Slinker caught in the Figure Four Leglock and about to tap out, Gary Hart ran into the ring and bashed Graham over the head with his shoe to break the hold and draw the disqualification.

5. "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) was disqualified by Referee Buddy Colt at 11:08 when he wrapped his red and black flannel shirt around Jerry Brisco's throat and hung him over the top rope. With Jerry desperately gasping for breath and flailing away, brother Jack ran in to make the save and chase off LeDuc.

6. In the Main Event, "All-American" Bob Roop pinned Don Muraco (w/ Sonny King) at 16:19. Muraco was whipped into his manager who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere and then rolled up from behind by Roop for the three count.
GV - Apr 23, 2013 - 10:37 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 4/23/13
WCW/nWo Monday Night Nitro Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 4/23/13 - San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA. Att: 14,225.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcers: Dave Penzer & Michael Buffer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Mickey Jay

1. Ernest "The Cat" Miller (w/ Red Karate Slippers & Sonny Onoo) beat "Hard Work" Bobby Walker with the Feliner (Spin Kick) at 3:14.

2. "Screamin" Norman Smiley over "Squire" David Taylor by submission with the Norman Conquest (Crossface Chickenwing) at 5:35 in a very competitive match.

3. Shannon Moore (w/ fellow Three Count member "Sugar" Shane Helms) defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Pepe the Stick Horse) by Count Out at 6:18. Helms was a menace with his constant interference and drew the wrath of Chavito. As Guerrero was chasing Helms around ringside, Shannon Moore redirected him into the ring post with a loud "clang". Chavo was down and out for the ten count as referee Charles Robinson awarded the match to Moore.

4. "Lionheart" Chris Jericho (w/ "Monday Night Jericho" T-Shirt and Jerichoholics Anonymous bodyguard Ralphus) over Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) at 8:12. The toothless and dim-witted Ralphus attempted to flirt with Torrie and received a slap across the face for his trouble. This caused the oafish bodyguard to stumble backwards into Kidman who was bounding off the ropes. Jericho seized the moment and connected with a Lionsault (Springboard Moonsault) onto the floored Kidman for the pin.

5. WCW Tag Team Title Match. The Outsiders ("Big Sexy" Kevin Nash & Scott Hall w/ "Hollywood" Hogan) successfully defended their titles against the challengers, KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) at 7:23. Scott Hall pinned Brian Adams after the nWo's "Hollywood" Hogan smashed Adams in the back of the head with one of the tag team belts. The Outsiders retain the titles.

6. Steel Cage Match. Kanyon defeated Mike Awesome with a little help from Diamond Dallas Page at 11:21. Mike Awesome planted Kanyon with his Awesome Bomb (Running Powerbomb) and was about to exit through the cage door when DDP ran down to ringside and slammed the door into Awesome's face. In the meantime, a groggy Kanyon got back to his feet and climbed out of the cage to victory.

7. In the Main Event, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair over Bret "The Hitman" Hart at 17:52. The Hitman had Flair cradled in a Reverse Roll Up but Referee Mickey Jay had been bowled over in the process. Arn Anderson, who was seated in the front row as a spectator, jumped the barricade railing and ran into the ring to reverse the cradle. Oblivious to the mischief, Jay crawled over and counted the pin for the Nature Boy. Arn gave the "Four Horsemen" symbol to the camera as he exited the ring with the victorious Flair. Michael "Let's Get Ready to Rumble" Buffer provided the match introductions and flubbed Hart's entrance by calling him Bret "The Hitman" Clark.
GV - Apr 24, 2013 - 08:41 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 4/24/13
World Class Results 4/24/13 - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX. Att: 9,008.

Announcers: Dan Coates & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. South African Heartthrob Steve Simpson pinned Kelly Kiniski with a Sunset Flip off the 2nd rope at 4:38 after Kiniski had missed a corner charge.

2. Brian Adidas put away "Wild" Bill Irwin with his Russian Legsweep finisher at 5:00.

3. Texas TV Title Match. Champion Al Madril turned back the challenge of "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ manager Jim Cornette) at 7:05. Cornette threw in the towel when Oliver was caught in the Champ's Indian Death Lock and writhing in pain in the center of the ring. Madril retains the TV Title.

4. Billy Jack had his hands full with "Maniac" Matt Borne but was able to capitalize on his opponent's mistake to pull out a victory at 7:56. Borne missed a high risk maneuver off the top rope and found nothing but canvas to set up the pinfall.

5. The popular Iceman King Parsons pinned the Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 9:33 after Hart accidently bashed his own man across the back with a Kendo Stick.

6. In the Main Event, General Skandor Akbar's team of the Missing Link & "Latin Heartthrob" Alex Perez defeated the Von Erichs (Kevin & Mike) by DQ at 11:27. With Referee David Manning knocked down in the action and all four men battling in the ring, General Skandor Akbar, who had already gotten in several cheap shots over the course of the match, ran in with a chair to add to the chaos. Kevin Von Erich was able to pry the chair from his grasp and cleared the ring of Akbar and his men as the fans roared in approval. A groggy David Manning called for the bell when he saw Kevin swinging the chair and disqualified the Von Erichs.
GV - Apr 25, 2013 - 08:38 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 4/25/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 4/25/13 - Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT. Att: 9,377.

Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dick Kroll & "Tough" Tony Altimore

1. B. Brian Blair from Tampa, FL defeated Mr. X (from "Parts Unknown" of course ; ) by Count Out at 4:05 after the mysterious masked man missed a charge OOR and ran shoulder-first into the ring post.

2. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff put away Jose Luis Rivera with his patented Piledriver at 3:43.

3. Hillbilly Jim over "Gentleman" Jerry Valiant by submission with a big ol' Mudlick Bear Hug at 4:59.

4. Intercontinental Champion Magnificent Muraco from Sunset Beach, Hawaii pinned Paul Roma of Kensington, NY with the Tombstone Piledriver at 3:52 in a non-title bout.

5. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine from Seattle, WA defeated Tony Garea of Auckland, New Zealand with his Figure Four Leglock at 7:44. Valentine methodically worked over Tony's left knee the entire match to set up the submission hold.

6. The U.S. Express (Barry Windham and Mike Rotundo) beat Captain Lou Albano's Moondogs (Rex & Spot) at 8:32. Rotundo pinned Rex after Albano accidently klunked his own man in the head with one of the Moondog's nasty bones.

7. The Incredible Hulk Hogan (w/ "Eye of the Tiger" entrance music) sent the New Haven fans home happy by pinning the Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) with his big Running Leg Drop after a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes at 16:22.
GV - Apr 26, 2013 - 08:54 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 4/26/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 4/26/13 - Dothan Civic Center, Dothan, AL Att: 5,808.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Bill Alphonso

1. J.T. Southern finished off Rikki Nelson with a Superkick at 3:44.

2. Lumberjack Big Josh (w/ trusty Axe Handle) pinned Snake Watson with the Northern Exposure (Sit Out Splash off the top rope) at 2:57.

3. "Candyman" Brad Armstrong beat manager-turned-wrestler Diamond Dallas Page with a Small Package at 5:14.

4. WCW TV Title Match. The Champ, Johnny B. Badd (w/ Badd Blaster Confetti Cannon) defeated his challenger Erik Watts at 6:40 when the momentum of Watts' Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope put Badd on top for the pin. Johnny retains the TV Title.

5. El Gigante pinned Mr. Hughes (w/ the Executive Director of the York Foundation Alexandra York) at 7:52. Hughes ran full steam into a Big Boot on a corner charge when El Gigante managed to lift a foot in the nick of time.

6. Terry Funk over "All American" Ron Simmons when the bout was stopped by Referee Bill Alphonso due to blood at 9:03. With Alphonso knocked down in the action, Funk bashed Simmons in the forehead with his Double Cross Ranch Branding Iron and opened a big gash over the All-American's left eye. Simmons bled profusely prompting Alphonso to call for the bell.

7. Six Man Tag Main Event. The trio of "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham & "Flyin" Brian Pillman defeated Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance ("Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko, Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) at 8:36. Dustin scored the pinfall on Arn Anderson with a Backslide after Dangerously accidentally bashed Arn in the head with his phone.
GV - Apr 28, 2013 - 08:23 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 4/28/13
Smoky Mountain Results 4/28/13 - East High School Gymnasium, Morristown, TN. Att: 819

Ring Announcer: Town Selectman Jeb Rollins
Referee: Mark Curtis

1. Johnny "Crash" Rich won by DQ over the Stormtrooper at 5:46. Referee Mark Curtis called for the bell when "Loverboy" Dennis Condrey ran into the ring and laid out Johnny with a Brainbuster.

2. Former mob hitman Killer Kyle (w/ Violin Case & Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster) over "Jumping" Joey Maggs at 4:58. Maggs was taking the match to his opponent until Lancaster jumped up on the apron to argue with the referee. Kyle used the distraction to bash Maggs from behind with his violin case and then finish him off with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam). Mark Curtis finally turned around in time to count the pin.

3. "Filthy" Phil Hickerson defeated the popular Dixie Dynamite (Scott Armstrong under a mask) via Count Out at 7:04. During OOR action, Hickerson tossed the masked man over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Dixie could not free himself from the folding chairs in time to make the ten count.

4. The tag match between the Fabulous Blondes ("Flamboyant" Eric Embry & "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) and the Fantastics (Jackie & Bobby Fulton) was ruled a Double DQ at 7:34 as all four men battled in the ring and ignored Referee Mark Curtis' attempts to restore order.

5. "Dirty" Dutch Mantel (w/ fellow Kansas Jayhawk "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers) over Robert Gibson at 9:55. With the referee down and out on the mat, Jaggers and Mantel combined to clothesline Robert Gibson with the Hangman's rope as he bounded off the ropes. Mantel then made the cover as a woozy Mark Curtis crawled over to make the three count.

6. "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin defeated "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey by Count Out at 11:15. Johnny "Crash" Rich returned to ringside and brawled with Condrey on the floor as Mark Curtis laid the ten count on the "Black Rose". Johnny got the worst of the exchange but gained some satisfaction in costing Condrey the match.
GV - Apr 29, 2013 - 09:59 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 4/29/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 4/29/13 - Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH. Att: 7,416.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mel Phillips
Referee: Dave Hebner

1. Bam Bam Bigelow (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) pinned Frankie DeFalco with a Slingshot Splash into the ring from the apron at 2:22.

2. "King" Harley Race (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) finished off Omar Atlas with his King's Cradle Suplex at 4:45.

3. "Adorable" Adrian Adonis (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart & annoying megaphone) over "Leaping" Lanny Poffo via Count Out at 6:07. During OOR action, Adonis bopped Poffo in the head with his "Relax with Trudi" Briefcase while Hart kept Referee Dave Hebner occupied. Lanny was down and out for the ten count.

4. Canadian Strongman Dino Bravo got a little help from his manager Frenchy Martin to defeat "Birdman" Koko B. Ware (w/ pet Macaw Frankie) at 7:10. With Referee Dave Hebner knocked down on the mat, Koko climbed up to the top turnbuckle to deliver a Missile Drop Kick when Frenchy shook the top rope causing the Birdman to lose his balance and crotch himself on the way down. Bravo made the cover as Hebner recovered to count the pin.

5. The Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) beat the Bolsheviks (Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zuhkov) by DQ at 7:28. Caught in B. Brian Blair's Sleeper Hold in the middle of the ring and fading fast, Nikolai Volkoff slugged Referee Dave Hebner to save himself from the submission.

6. In the Main Event, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (w/ 2 x 4, "Ho !!" and a big thumbs up) defeated "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) by disqualification at 12:57 after Virgil smashed Duggan from behind with his own 2 x 4. Dibiase then applied the Million Dollar Dream to his helpless opponent until the Killer Bees ran in to make the save.
GV - Apr 30, 2013 - 10:25 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 4/30/13
TNA Results 4/30/13 - Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND. Att: 7,490.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & Frank Coutinho
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Bruce Gray, Mike Posey & Taryn Terrell

1. Frustrated by his inability to put his opponent away after several near pinfalls, Kenny King pushed Referee Bruce Gray down to the mat to draw the disqualification and then proceeded to choke out Christian York in the corner. King then planted him with the Royal Flush (Fireman's Carry to Side Slam) before storming off backstage. The time of the match was 5:19.

2. Knockouts Division. Rosita received lots of help from her Mexican America stablemates Anarquia & Homicide but it was not enough to defeat "Hardcore Country" Mickie James. Mickie persevered despite the distractions and interference to pin Rosita with her Mickie-DT (Jumping Spiked DDT) at 7:15.

3. The Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley) defeated Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) at 6:06. Sabin pinned Creed with the ASCS Rush (Sabin Enzuigiri Kick & Shelley Superkick) after both members of Lethal Consequences were whipped into each other from opposite corners of the ring.

4. "The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries thought he had pinned Chavo Guerrero with a loaded punch thanks to some brass knucks he had pulled from his tights, however Announcer Frank Coutinho pointed out the infraction to Referee Mike Posey and insisted that the official examine Aries' fist. Aries quickly tried to stuff the knucks back inside his tights but dropped them on the mat for all to see. Posey immediately signaled for the DQ. Aries had some choice words for Frank as he was escorted back to the dressing room by TNA Security. The time of the match was 8:26.

5. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy kept Big Matt Morgan off balance with his speed and unorthodox aerial maneuvers much to the delight of his "creatures" in attendance at Grand Forks. Jeff connected with his Swanton Bomb (Senton Splash) on Morgan however Joey Ryan pulled Referee Bruce Gray out of the ring before he could finish making the three count. Morgan was disqualified for Ryan's interference at 7:49.

6. "The Icon" Sting using his ring savvy and experience to counter a would be Mic Check from Mr. Anderson into a Small Package and score the pinfall in the Main Event at 11:35.
GV - May 01, 2013 - 02:45 PM
Post subject: UWF Results 5/01/13
UWF Results 5/01/13 - Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles, LA. Att: 6,761.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Toni Adams
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Jerry Usher

1. Showboating "Broadway" Joe Malcolm went down to defeat at the hands of Sam Houston and his Bulldog at 2:24.

2. "Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ valet Dark Journey) beat veteran Art Crews with his trademark Knee Drop at 5:22.

3. Jack Victory (w/ "The First Lady of Professional Wrestling" Missy Hyatt & her beau "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert) defeated the Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) at 7:24. A lot of extracurricular activity in this match. While Referee Jerry Usher was trying to break up a cat fight between Missy Hyatt and Sunshine in the ring, Eddie Gilbert leapt off the top and clobbered the Angel of Death with Missy's loaded Gucci handbag "The Lady in Waiting". Usher turned around to find Victory making the cover on his KO'd opponent and counted the pin.

4. Angelo Mosca Jr. (w/ fellow Jersey Boy "Jumping" Joe Savoldi) upset "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer (w/ brother Brett) at 8:37. The "Mad Dog" was sent crashing into his brother who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. Buzz staggered backward from the collision and was cradled by Mosca for the pinfall.

5. The Jive Tones (Shaska Whatley & Tiger Conway Jr.) and the Armstrongs ("Bullet" Bob & son Brad) were both DQ'd in a wild tag match at 7:01. Referee Tommy Gilbert lost control of this bout and called for the bell as all four men battled in the ring.

6. "Gentleman" Chris Adams beat his former friend and tag team partner Terry Taylor (w/ Missy Hyatt & "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert) to a bloody pulp in this bitter grudge match. This was a street fight without a wrestling hold in sight. Adams was a man possessed and busted Taylor open with repeated head smashes to the ring post. Eddie Gilbert was laid out by an Adams' Superkick and even Prissy Missy got knocked down on her fanny in this one. The bloodied Taylor staggered around the ring with rubber legs swinging wildly at nothing in particular. Referee Jerry Usher had seen enough and immediately stopped the bout at 12:25. Taylor had to be helped to the back for medical attention.

7. UWF Title Match. UWF Champion One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) and his challenger "Universal Heartthrob" Austin Idol were counted out by Referee Tommy Gilbert at 15:38 as both men battled it out on the floor. The Gang retains the belt once more.
GV - May 02, 2013 - 09:25 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 5/02/13
WWF Results (Circa Mid 90's) 5/02/13 - The Summit, Houston, TX. Att: 9,002.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr., Bobby "The Brain" Heenan & Rob Bartlett
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Mike Chioda & Earl Hebner

1. Adam Bomb from Three Mile Island defeated Terry Gibbs of Tampa, FL with his Neutron Bomb (Flying Clothesline off the top rope) at 4:30.

2. Man Mountain Rock (w/ WWF-Shaped Electric Guitar) pinned Damien Demento (w/ Loaded Knee Pad) after reversing a head smash to an exposed turnbuckle at 6:11.

3. Bodydonna Skip (w/ Sunny) over Marty Jannetty by DQ at 7:57. Marty Jannetty caught a bad break when Skip ducked his Diving Cross Body attempt off the top rope causing Jannetty to land on top of Referee Earl Hebner instead. Jannetty helped Hebner get back to his feet but the ref disqualified him nevertheless.

4. Doink the Clown (w/ Evil Carnival Music, a Bucket of Confetti and more tricks up his sleeve than magician David Copperfield) beat Savio Vega with some dubious shenanigans at 8:11. Doink was tossed out onto the floor but then proceeded to roll himself under the ring. While Vega was waiting for him to come back out, another Doink emerged from the other side of the ring and caught Savio in a surprise roll up for the pinfall. The original Doink then came out from under the ring and yucked it up with his double at the confused Savio Vega's expense. Rob Bartlett was the reluctant recepient of the Bucket of Confetti as the two Doinks exited ringside together.

5. "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith and Irwin R. Shyster (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) were both counted out by Referee Mike Chioda at 11:20. The British Bulldog caught IRS with a running clothesline that sent both men toppling over the top rope and out onto the floor. Neither man could get back inside the ring in time to beat Chioda's ten count.

6. Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard & "Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray) defeated the WWF Team Team Champion Smokin' Gunns (Billy & Bart Gunn) by Count Out in a non-title match at 8:59. Prichard tossed Billy Gunn out of the ring and distracted Referee Earl Hebner while his manager Jim Cornette snuck up from behind and bashed Billy in the head with his tennis racket. Billy was down and out for the ten count. Cornette insisted that his team deserved a title match after this victory.

7. In the Main Event, "HBK" Shawn Michaels (w/ "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel) defeated Psycho Sid at 13:32. Michaels got his revenge on Big Sid after being laid out with a Powerbomb last week during his "Heartbreak Hotel" segment. HBK was able to slip out of another Powerbomb attempt to cradle his opponent in a Small Package for the winning pinfall.
GV - May 03, 2013 - 09:32 AM
Post subject: RE: WWF Results 5/02/13
WCW/nWo Thursday Thunder Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 5/03/13 - Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, AL. Att: 11,535.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: Paisley (Sharmell Sullivan)
Referees: Mark "Slick" Johnson & Nick Patrick

1. "Above Average" Mike Sanders finished off Prince Iaukea with the 3.0 (Inverted DDT Backbreaker) at 3:02.

2. "Lightning Foot" Jerry Flynn's martial arts were ineffective against Goldberg - Spear, Jackhammer and pinfall at 4:13.

3. Konnan surprised Meng with a Backslide on his way to victory at 6:54. Arriba La Raza !

4. The Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli w/ Tony Marinara) over High Voltage (Kenny Kaos & Robbie Rage) at 5:49. Stamboli pinned Kaos after Marinara whacked Kenny from behind with a blackjack.

5. Raven over Rey Mysterio Jr. via Count Out at 6:30. Rey's speed and Luchador acrobatics kept Raven off balance for much of this match. The end came when Raven backdropped a charging Mysterio over the top rope and out onto the floor. Rey took a bad spill and could not recover in time to make Referee Nick Patrick's ten count.

6. "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (w/ "Slap Nuts" T-Shirt and guitar) over "Iceman" Dean Malenko by Count Out at 12:44. With Referee Slick Johnson down and out on the mat, Jarrett hit the Iceman with the El Kabong guitar-over-the-head outside the ring. Johnson recovered to lay the ten count on the KO'd Malenko.

7. WCW Title Match. the Champion Sting (descending from the rafters in a black trench coat with a baseball bat) and "The Total Package" Lex Luger (w/ Liz) were both DQ'd by Referee Nick Patrick. Sting could have won this match by disqualification when Luger hit him with a chair, but the Champ retaliated with a baseball bat shot of his own. Patrick had seen enough and called the match at 14:21.
GV - May 05, 2013 - 08:11 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 5/05/13
AWA Results 5/05/13 - Duluth Entertainment Center, Duluth, MN. Att: 6,572.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Marty Miller & Rich Frisk

1. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal got the duke over "El Gordito" Nacho Berrera at 2:31. Regal rammed his opponent's head into the wooden ring steps during OOR action and then rolled Berrera into the ring for the pin.

2. "Olympian" Brad Rheingans defeated a game Buddy Wolf with the Bullet (Flying Shoulder Tackle off the 2nd rope) at 4:09.

3. Ladies Tournament Semi-Final Match. "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter over Candi Devine by DQ at 7:41. Devine looked as though she had won the match with an inside cradle, however Referee Rich Frisk was out of position to make the count. By the time Frisk got down to start counting, valuable seconds were lost and Richter managed to kick out. Devine was furious and slapped the official's face to draw the disqualification.

4. Otto Wanz beat Soldad Ustinov (w/ Russian Flag and Teijo Khan) at 7:38. Khan ran into the ring to interfere but was intercepted and corraled by Wanz into a corner with Ustinov. Big Otto then crushed them both with a running corner avalanche. Ustinov collapsed to the canvas for the pin.

5. "High Flyer" Greg Gagne made his papa proud by defeating "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 8:24. Greg pinned the strongman with a pair of Flying Drop Kicks to the mush.

6. Bruiser Brody (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over Curt Hennig via Count Out at 12:04. Most of this match took place outside the ring with various objects coming into play. Brody wrapped Al DeRusha's microphone cord around Hennig's throat and dragged him around ringside while the Sheik kept Referee Marty Miller occupied. Hennig was unable to get back inside the ring in time to make the ten count.

7. AWA Tag Team Title Match. The Champion Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) turned back their challengers, the mighty Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal w/ "Precious" Paul Ellering and Wall Street Journal) by DQ at 9:25. Many anxious moments and near pinfalls for the champs in this contest of speed and agility vs. brute force. Ellering sensed trouble when the Rockers combined for a double fist drop onto Animal and ran into the ring to break up Michaels' pin attempt to draw the disqualification. The Rockers retain the tag team belts.
GV - May 06, 2013 - 09:29 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 5/06/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 5/6/13 - Augusta Arena, Augusta, GA. Att: 8,920.

Announcers: Freddie Miller & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Ray McKay
Referees: Mike Atkins & Tommy Young

1. "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson (w/ Ole Anderson) absolutely planted Rocky King with a Spinebuster off the ropes for the pinfall at 4:00.

2. Tony Zane submitted to Don Kernodle's Cobra Clutch at 2:29.

3. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Sweet" Stan Lane) dominated the Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy). Eaton finished off Randy Mulkey with the Gravedigger (Assisted Powerslam off the 2nd rope) at 3:51. Prior to the match, Cornette insisted upon making the ring introduction for his team.

4. Abdullah the Butcher (w/ "Number 1" Paul Jones) defeated Nelson Royal at 6:39. Royal put up a good fight until he was tripped by Paul Jones coming off the ropes. Abdullah followed up with his Sudanese Meat Cleaver (Running Elbow Drop) to score the pinfall.

5. "The Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez over Black Bart (w/ Branding Iron & J.J. Dillon in a brown tuxedo) by DQ at 7:25. Dillon drew the disqualification when he ran into the ring to break up the pin count after Fernandez had connected with the Flying Burrito off the ropes on Bart.

6. Chief Wahoo McDaniel beat "Pistol" Pez Whatley at 8:08. Pez tried to Monkey Flip the Chief out of the corner but McDaniel locked his arms under the ring ropes to block the maneuver. Whatley fell back to the mat and Wahoo pounced on him with two feet on the ropes for leverage to secure the pin.

7. In the Main Event, the Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) over the Russians ("Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff & Krusher Khruschev w/ "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff) by DQ at 8:25. The Russians were disqualified when Nikita ran into the ring and knocked Ricky Morton out of his boots and into the next zip code with a vicious Russian Sickle.
GV - May 07, 2013 - 10:57 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 5/07/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Circa Late 70's) 5/07/13 - Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL. Att: 9,020.

Announcer: Gordon Solie
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Sonny Myers & "Coach" John Heath

1. Lars Anderson (w/ Mysterious Bag of Coins) over Herb Calvert by submission with a wrenching Stepover Arm Lock at 5:30. In typical Anderson Family fashion, the left arm of the opponent was singled out and punished throughout the contest. A Hammerlock Body Slam and Shoulderbreaker were used by Lars to set up the submission hold.

2. Steve Keirn & Mike Graham worked together like clockwork to defeat the tandem of Ali Bey & Sir Winston. Keirn pinned Bey with a Flying Forearm off the ropes at 2:34.

3. Siegfried Stanke capitalized on a distraction from his manager Sir Oliver Humperdink to pin Jimmy Garvin with a Roll Up from behind at 8:39.

4. The Missouri Mauler turned defeat into victory by rolling through Tiger Conway Jr.'s Flying Cross Body Press to score the pinfall at 6:55.

5. Bugsy McGraw (w/ Leather Pilot's Helmet & Goggles and Sir Oliver Humperdink) defeated Ray Candy at 9:03. With Referee John Heath knocked down in the action, Humperdink slipped his cane into the ring for Bugsy to use. McGraw cracked the walking stick in half over Candy's back and made the cover as Heath crawled over to count the pin.

6. In the Main Event, vile Korean giant Pak Song (w/ Sonny King and "The Family") over Blackjack Mulligan via Count Out at 11:09. Sonny King's stable surrounded the ring like lumberjacks and made life miserable for Mulligan. Jos LeDuc, Thor the Viking, King Curtis Iaukea, Don Muraco and Sonny King himself all got their licks in on the big Cowboy. Steve Keirn and Mike Graham finally ran out to even the odds somewhat but it was too late . A bloodied and battered Mulligan had already been counted out on the floor by Referee Sonny Myers before the reinforcements had arrived.
GV - May 08, 2013 - 10:02 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 5/08/13
World Class Results 5/08/13 - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,807.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Marty Klestadt
Ring Announcer: Joe Rinelli
Referees: Rick Hazzard & Bronco Lubich

1. "Killer" Tim Brooks seemed more interested in punishing "Private" Terry Daniels with his chain rather than defeating him fair and square in the ring. Brooks wrapped the chain around his fist and pummeled Daniels in the corner with repeated punches to the forehead. Referee Rick Hazzard immediately called for the disqualification at 6:03 and had to assist the Private backstage for medical attention. Daniels was busted open from the assault and bled profusely from a gash above his eye.

2. "Cowboy" Tony Falk was the recepient of some unexpected outside interference as he scored a Count Out victory over Mike Von Erich at 5:36. "Playboy" Gary Hart had joined the announcers' table for this bout and made some outlandish accusations against the Von Erich family. Mike was then baited into a confrontation on the floor with the devious Hart and lost track of Referee Bronco Lubich's ten count during the war of words.

3. "Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ Taped Thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart) over the Zulu Warrior by submission with the Asiatic Spike (Thumb to the Throat) at 4:17. After the bell, Khan refused to release the hold until Mike Von Erich ran in to clean house.

After a week of speculation and deliberation, Announcer Marty Klestadt announced that Jake "The "Snake" Roberts had, in fact, been suspended by the Texas State Athletic Commission for DDT'ing Referee Fred Sinclair during a match against "Cowboy" Scott Casey in Pasadena. Upon hearing the news, Roberts became livid and went on a tirade around ringside. Roberts snatched the microphone away from Marty and threatened to make his presence felt in World Class one way or another.

4. Popular masked man Red River Jack (Bruiser Brody) defeated unpopular masked man The Grappler (Len Denton) at 7:39. Jack was able to avoid the Grappler's loaded boot and put his opponent away with a Piledriver after the Grappler had ducked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

5. "Ravishing" Rick Rude got some much needed help from his manager Percy Pringle III to defeat "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas at 7:30. Atlas had his leg pulled out from under him by Percy as he was attempting to Suplex his opponent. Rude fell on top and grabbed a handful of tights for the tainted pinfall.

6. Nicola Robert's Dynamic Duo ("Gentleman" Chris Adams & "The Handsome Half-Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez) put their Texas Tag Team titles on the line and defended the belts against the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) in the Main Event. A title change seemed to be in the air as the challengers took the fight to the champs. The Fantastics had things going their way until Jake "The Snake" Roberts ambled down to ringside and laid out Bobby Fulton with a DDT on the floor while Referee Rick Hazzard's back was turned. Fulton was down and out for the ten count allowing the Dynamic Duo to retain their titles.
GV - May 09, 2013 - 09:17 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 5/09/13
WWWF Results (Circa Late 70's) 5/09/13 - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 14,005.

Announcer: Vince McMahon Jr.
Special Guest Ring Announcer: ACOMPLITAN
Referees: Gilberto Roman, Dick Kroll & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. "Continental Nobleman" Joe Turco over El Olympico via Count Out at 4:09. Up against the ropes and feigning and injury, the wily Turko ducked just as his masked opponent came charging at him with a Flying Cross Body Press. Olympico sailed over the top rope and out onto the floor where he was counted out by Referee Gilberto Roman.

2. Pedro Morales surprised "Dynamite" Jack Evans with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron to score the winning pinfall at 6:53.

3. Popular Hawaiian Dean Ho defeated Tor Kamata (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie ) by Count Out at 8:20. With both men battling on the floor, Blassie tried to get in a cheap shot on Ho with his teak wood cane but inadvertently hit his own man with it instead. The woozy Kamata was unable to get back in the ring in time to make the count.

4. Bobo Brazil from Benton Harbor, MI beat Baron Mikel Scicluna from the Isle of Malta at 7:48. Brazil pinned the big Baron with a leaping Coco Butt off the 2nd rope.

5. "The One Man Riot Squad" Dick "The Bulldog" Brower (w/ "The Guiding Light" Captain Louis Albano) over "Polish Power" Ivan Putski via Count Out at 9:13. Fed up with Captain Lou's constant interference throughout the match, Ivan took matters into his own hands and left the ring to teach the annoying Albano a lesson. Putski grabbed the Captain by his beard and flattened the rotund manager with a big Bolo Punch on the floor. Unfortunately for the "Polish Power", Referee Dick Kroll's count had reached "ten" before Putski could get himself back inside the ring.

6. The team of Dino Bravo & Dominic Denucci defeated the Grand Wizard of Wrestling's Golden Grahams ("Superstar" Billy Graham and "Crazy" Luke Graham) at 8:14. With "Crazy" Luke caught in Denucci's Airplane Spin, the "Superstar" ran into the ring to break up the maneuver but was knocked over by the twirling Luke's boot. Denucci made the cover and Referee Dusty Feldbaumer administered the three count on the dizzy Luke.

7. WWWF Title Match. In the Main Event, Champion Bruno Sammartino defended the belt against Olympic Strongman Ken Patera (w/ Captain Lou Albano). As the action spilled out of the ring and onto the floor, Patera caught Bruno with an undetected Low Blow. The doubled-over champion was unable to make Referee Dick Kroll's ten count after the infraction. Patera celebrated in the ring with the WWWF Belt until Ring Announcer ACOMPLITAN snatched it away from him and informed the challenger that the title does not change hands on a Count Out. Albano then grabbed the microphone and shouted "Just a minute ! Just a minute ! Just a minute !" Bruno and ACOMPLITAN cleaned house of Patera and his manager as the fans roared in approval.
GV - May 10, 2013 - 09:08 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 5/10/13
WCW Results (Circa Early 90's) 5/10/13 - Kansas Expocentre, Topeka, KS. Att: 7,739.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Robarb Jones

1. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) finished off Chief Allen Iron Eagle with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot) at 2:55.

2. "Lone Wolf" Barry Windham pinned Zan Panzer with a Superplex at 2:09.

3. "Dangerous" Dan Spivey (w/ "Skyscraper" partner Sid Vicious) over Marcus Alexander Bagwell via Count Out at 7:02. The action spilled OOR where both men battled it out on the floor. Spivey was able to roll himself back inside the ring to beat Referee Bill Alphonso's ten count however Bagwell was tripped by big Sid before he could do likewise.

4. United States Champion Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) beat "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ Electric Guitar) in a non-title match at 6:43. Muta spit the mysterious Green Mist into his opponent's eyes and then cradled the blinded Van Hammer for the pinfall.

5. "The Total Package" Lex Luger and "Z-Man" Tom Zenk were both counted out by Referee Robarb Jones at 8:09 as they battled around ringside, up the aisle and back to the dressing room.

6. Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Rope & Colonel Parker) over a man called Sting (w/ Spikey blonde hair, face paint and the Jungle Yell) at 9:17. Buck tossed the Stinger outside the ring and proceeded to distract Referee Bill Alphonso while Colonel Parker snuck up from behind and bashed Sting over the back with his walking stick. The Stinger was down and out for the ten count.

7. WCW Tag Team Title Match. The Champion Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Saggs) retained their belts via disqualification against the Fabulous Freebirds (Jimmy "Jam" Garvin & Michael P.S. Hayes w/ Big Daddy Dink) at 8:46. With Referee Robarb Jones knocked down in the action, Knobbs brought a folding chair into the ring but dropped it after a quick boot to the midsection by Hayes. The Freebird then cleaned house with chairshots for both of the Nastys but Robarb Jones caught him in the act and called for the bell.
GV - May 12, 2013 - 08:29 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 5/12/13
Smoky Mountain Results 5/12/13 - Knoxville Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 1,844.

Announcers: Bill Caudle & Jim Cornette
Ring Announcer: Chip Kessler
Referees: Dave Hebner & Mac MacMurray

1. Norvell Austin over Brad Armstrong at 5:09 with a BIG assist from "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton. Eaton, who had joined Jim Cornette and Bill Caudle at the announcers' table, provided very little commentary during the bout prompting Caudle to question his purpose for being there in the first place. With Armstrong down on the mat and Referee Dave Hebner chastising Norvell Austin for his tactics, "Beautiful" Bobby suddenly jumped into action and crushed Armstrong with the Alabama Jam (Leg Drop off the top rope) behind the ref's back. Austin quickly made the cover once Bobby high-tailed it out of the ring and Hebner added the three count. Cornette chuckled, "I think Bobby just said something !"

2. Ric McCord was the beneficiary of a rules infraction to defeat "Ravishing" Randy Rose by DQ at 5:42. Randy tossed McCord over the top rope and out onto the floor (a no-no in Smoky Mountain) to draw the disqualification.

3. Despite the presence of his fellow Hitman tag team partner Killer Kyle, Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster went down to defeat at the hands of Smoky Mountain Champ "Superstar" Bill Dundee and his Bomb Away finisher at 3:26 in a non-title match.

4. Miss Sylvia's Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden) over the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) via Count Out at 6:11. Bart grabbed the pesty Sylvia by the hair OOR and threatened to slap her but was caught from behind by a Double Axe Handle off the apron from Robert Fuller. Bart was down and out on the floor for the ten count.

5. Tommy "Wild Fire" Rich put away "Gentleman" Ken Timbs with his patented Thesz Press off the ropes at 5:55.

6. Smoky Mountain TV Title Match. The Champ Jerry Oates turned back his challenger "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers (w/ Noose and "Dirty" Dutch Mantel) by DQ at 9:44. With Jaggers caught in the middle of the ring in Oates' Spinning Toe Hold, Dutch ran into the ring to break up the hold. Referee Mac MacMurray immediately called for the bell and awarded the match to Oates.
GV - May 13, 2013 - 09:41 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 5/13/13
TNA Results 5/13/13 - College Park Center, Arlington, TX. Att: 4,780.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & Todd Keneley
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner, Brian Stiffler & Taryn Terrell

1. Garett Bischoff (w/ Wes Brisco) over Eric Young (w/ Mrs. Young ODB) via Count Out at 4:46. Brisco got into an altercation with ODB on the floor which drew the attention of EY. Eric left the ring to defend his wife and was counted out in the process. ODB hardly needed any help, however, as she walloped Brisco in the head with her flask. BAM !

2. Angelina Love defeated Brooke Tessmacher at 5:18. Brooke caught Angelina with a Flying Cross Body Press that knocked over Referee Taryn Terrell. As Miss Tessmacher was helping Terrell get back to her feet, she was cradled from behind by Love for the winning pinfall.

3. "SuperMex" Hernandez and Crimson were DQ'd by Brian Stiffler at 5:53 after both men pushed the ref down to the mat and slugged it out in the middle of the ring.

4. Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian) over the team-that-is-no-more Ron "The Truth" Killings & Orlando Jordan at 7:03. Killings shocked everyone when he laid out his own partner with the Truth Conviction (Sitout Inverted Suplex) and walked out on Jordan. Daniels made the cover for the easy pinfall after the treachery.

We suddenly cut to backstage where Jay Lethal is out cold on the ground. A replay showed his partner Consequences Creed bashing him over the head with a chair shot from behind. Mike Tenay reminds us that there was friction in the Lethal Consequences' camp last week when they were defeated by the Motor City Machine Guns.

5. X Division Title Match. "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe dethroned X Division Champ "The War Machine" Rhino at 9:08 to win the title. Joe was able to side-step the Gore causing Rhino to crash full steam into the turnbuckle. Rhino staggered backwards right into the Coquina Clutch (Rear Naked Choke) for the submission. Samoa Joe is the newwwwww X Division Champion !

Interview segment with Jeremy Borash, Ron Killings and Consequences Creed. Creed and Killings demand to be called "Truth or Consequences" and serve notice to the entire tag team division (and the champions in particular, the British Invasion) that they mean business. Both Killings and Creed bad mouth their former partners as "the weak links" in their respective tag teams. Killings says that there's no stopping "Truth or Consequences". We shall see.

6. "The Whole Damn Show" Rob Van Damn over Bully Ray by DQ at 11:36. With RVD taking the fight to him, a flustered Bully Ray resorted to a Low Blow with his wallet chain wrapped around his fist to draw the disqualification from Senior Official Earl Hebner.
GV - May 14, 2013 - 11:00 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 5/14/13
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results 5/14/13 - Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, OK. Att: 7,491.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Edward Faulk

1. Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) mauled Davey Haskins before finally pinning him with a Chokeslam off the ropes at 2:02.

2. General Skandor Akbar's Devastation Incorporated ("Wild" Bill Irwin & "Bad" Leroy Brown) over Art Crews & Bobby Perez. Akbar's troops did a good job of keeping Crews out of the match and preventing a much needed tag. Brown put Bobby Perez away with a Big Splash at 3:45.

3. "Fabulous Freebird" Buddy Roberts (w/ fellow Freebird Michael P.S. Hayes) defeated Brickhouse Brown at 5:27. Brown had his moments in this match but allowed himself to be distracted by motor-mouth Michael Hayes' antics at ringside. Roberts followed up with a Double Axe Handle from behind and ended things with a Bulldog out of the corner.

Interview segment between Joe Bryan and Terry Taylor in the ring. A battered and bruised Terry Taylor, sporting sunglasses to conceal a shiner and a bandage on his forehead where he had been busted open by Chris Adams last week, comes out on crutches and issues a bounty on his former friend and tag team partner. Taylor offers $5,000 of his own money to any man who could put Adams out of wrestling for good. Taylor, playing the innocent victim here and trying to draw sympathy from both Joe Bryan and his viewing audience, explains that he would take care of Adams himself but that he is presently incapacitated due to injuries sustained at the hands of "that cruel animal".

Taylor: "Joe, I came to that ring last week with the intention of having a clean match with Chris Adams. I wanted to wrestle him fair and square and prove that I was the better man and what did he do ? He tried to cripple me and end my career ! You saw it ! The man is a sadistic monster !"

Bryan: "I did see it, Terry, and maybe if you hadn't stabbed Adams in the back and joined forces with "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert and Missy Hyatt, none of this would have ever happened ! Maybe you got what you had coming to you (Loud cheers from the crowd as Taylor pleads for quiet) And another thing, why are you on those crutches ?? You were walking just fine the other day ! Is this some kind of cheap charade ? "

Joe grabs one of Terry's crutches from him to prove his point. Taylor nearly falls over and is hopping on one foot and lunging to get it back. Terry has Joe cornered and is threatening to hit him with his one remaining crutch when the fans go wild. Chris Adams runs into the ring, spins Taylor around and decks him with a Superkick. More screams from the fans as Eddie Gilbert sneaks into the ring and blinds Adams with a fireball. Gilbert and Taylor are putting the boots to Adams as he writhes on the canvas clutching his eyes. Sting runs in with a double clothesline that sends Taylor and Gilbert over the top rope and out onto the floor. The heels beat a hasty retreat as Sting and Joe check on Adams.


4. "Dirty" Dick Murdoch was tested by youngster Shane Douglas but managed to pull out a victory. Feigning an injury, the cagey veteran Murdoch raised a boot on a corner charge that caught his unsuspecting opponent flush on the chin. Dirty Dick then finished off Douglas with his Delayed Brainbuster for the pinfall at 6:13.

5. "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) over Ted Dibiase via Count Out at 9:13. With Jim Cornette up on the apron arguing with Referee Tommy Gilbert, Big Bubba smashed Dibiase from behind with Cornette's tennis racket during OOR action. Dibiase was down and out for the ten count.

6. UWF Tag Team Title Match. In the never ending war between the Champion Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) and their nemesis challengers, the Kiwi Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ Lord Jonathan Boyd), the champs retained their belts by DQ at 8:43. After repeated warnings, Referee Edward Faulk called the match when the Sheepherders refused to cease a Double Team Beatdown of Tommy Rogers in their corner. Bobby Fulton finally cleared the ring with a chair.
GV - May 15, 2013 - 10:03 AM
Post subject: RE: UWF Results 5/14/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 90's) 5/15/13 - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Att: 10,249.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Raymond Rougeau
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Joey Marella & Nick Kozak

1. Jeff J-A-Ha-Ha-Double R-Ha-Ha-E-Double T-Ha-Ha (w/ Blinking Sunglasses, the Fargo Strut & the Roadie) over Scotty Taylor via submission with the Figure Four Leglock at 4:13.

2. Intercontinental Champion Bam Bam Bigelow pinned Barry Horowitz (w/ Pat on the Back) in a non-title match with his Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope at 5:12.

3. The Repo Man (w/ Tow Hook & Rope and Cat Burglar Mask) beat Duke "The Dumpster" Droese (w/ Back Support Belt and Garbage Can) at 7:26. With Referee Joey Marella knocked down in the action, the Repo Man bashed Duke in the head with the lid to his own garbage can. Droese was seeing stars as Marella crawled over to count the pin on the KO'd trash man.

4. Harvey Whippleman's team of Well Dunn (Steven Well & Timothy Dunn) lost to the 1-2-3 Kid and his partner Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly at 5:06. Holly pinned Dunn with his Pit Stop Plunge (Diving Cross Body Press) off the top rope.

5. The big Hawiian Crush beat "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) with a Tilt-A-Whirl Backbreaker off the ropes at 7:53.

6. Razor Ramon (w/ Toothpick and Oozing Machismo) over looney Bob Backlund at 9:11. Ramon won the bout with his Razor's Edge (Crucifix Powerbomb) but only after being saved by the ropes to escape Backlund's Crossface Chickenwing submission hold. After the match, Backlund inexplicably bolted out the Maple Leaf Garden's foyer and ran down Carlton Street in his tights screaming like a lunatic and halting traffic.

7. The Undertaker (w/ Paul Bearer and mysterious Urn) survived a pre-match sneak attack to defeat Jerry "The King" Lawler (w/ his personal dentist Dr. Isaac Yankem, DDS) by DQ at 12:51. Yankem ran into the ring to break up the Undertaker's pin attempt after The King fell victim to the Tombstone Piledriver. Referee Nick Kozak immediately called for the bell.
statfreak - May 15, 2013 - 10:42 AM
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Greatly enjoyed the UWF write-up. Smile
GV - May 16, 2013 - 11:08 AM
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Statfreak, some anxious moments in the ring with that conniving snake Terry Taylor ! "Gentleman" Chris Adams had better have eyes in the back of his head. "Bounty Hunters" will no doubt be crawling out of the woodwork to cash in on Taylor's offer !
GV - May 16, 2013 - 11:13 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 5/16/13
WCW/nWo Results (Circa Mid to Late 90's) 5/16/13 - Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA. Att: 12,798.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Scott Dickinson

1. "The Chairman of WCW" La Parka (w/ Air Guitar Entrance) was defeated by Silver King at 4:59. La Parka brought a chair into the ring but had it Drop Kicked into his own face by his opponent for the pinfall.

2. Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) over Evan Karagias (w/ Madusa Micelli) at 5:28. The fans seemed more interested in the cat fight OOR between Torrie and Madusa than the cruiserweight battle inside the ring. Billy won with his Shooting Star Press off the top rope.

3. Hardcore Title Match. "The Belfast Bruiser" David "Fit" Finlay successfully defended his belt against the Wall. Finlay stuffed a garbage can over the Wall's head and then smashed it with a folding chair to set up the pinfall at 7:17.

4. "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero put away goofy David Flair (w/ Screaming Goth Girlfriend Daffney Unger) with his patented Frog Splash at 4:29.

5. Harlem Heat (Booker T & Stevie Ray) and the Bluebloods ("Lord" Steven Regal & "Squire" David Taylor) were both DQ'd by Referee Scott Dickinson at 8:16. With all four men battling in the ring and ignoring Dickinson's attempts to restore order, the ref finally had enough and called for the bell.

6. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ Valet Midajah) over "The Laughing Man" Hugh Morrus by Count Out at 7:33. The action moved OOR where Hugh Morrus stalked after the pesty Midajah who had been heckling him throughout the match. Steiner grabbed a hold of Morrus and redirected the big man into the ring post with a loud "Clang". "The Laughing Man" was down and out for the ten count.

7. In the Main Event, the nWo's "Hollywood" Hogan defeated Diamond Dallas Page via Count Out at 16:00. Looking to make a favorable impression on the nWo and accept him as a member, Buff Bagwell came down to ringside and got into with DDP on the floor. Page laid him out with the Diamond Cutter, however the confrontation kept DDP out of the ring long enough to cost him the match. The nWo's Scott Hall and "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash were seen in the back comparing notes on Bagwell after the match.
GV - May 17, 2013 - 10:06 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 5/17/13
AWA Results 5/17/13 - Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA. Att: 11,906.

Announcers: Rod Trongard & Greg Gagne
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Rich Frisk & Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris

1. "Polish Prince" Steve Olsonoski defeated veteran Tony Leone with an Airplane Spin at 5:23.

2. "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko had his hands full with scrappy Jake "The Milkman" Milliman. Zbyszko drew tremendous heat from the fans with his constant stalling and complaining. The Milkman was cradled in a Small Package when he tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt. Zbyszko grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin at 5:30.

3. Ladies Championship Semi-Final Match. "Sensational" Sherri Martel (w/ "Playboy" Buddy Rose) advanced to the finals to face "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter by defeating Desiree Peterson via Count Out at 7:29. Buddy Rose made his presence felt by pulling the top rope down and causing Desiree to fall out of the ring awkwardly as she was whipped to the ropes. Peterson took a bad tumble and was unable to get back in the ring to make Referee Earthquake Ferris' ten count.

4. "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers (w/ Swagger Stick and Twirling Mustache) defeated David Sammartino (w/ no crowd support) by dubious means at 8:25. Debeers appeared to pull some sort of hidden foreign object from his combat boot and slugged Sammartino in the head with it to score the pinfall.

5. "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter (w/ "Marines' Hymn" Entrance Music and a salute for Old Glory) lost to Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) at 8:44. With Referee Rich Frisk knocked down in the action and the Sarge trying to help him get back to his feet, the Sheik waved in Bruiser Brodie from the back who clubbed Slaughter from behind with a Double Axe Handle off the top rope. Zhukov made the cover as the woozy ref crawled over to count the tainted pin.

6. The team of Curt Hennig & Big Scott Hall emerged victorious over their opponents the Long Riders ("Wild" Bill Irwin and brother Scott "Hog" Irwin) by DQ at 7:03. "Wild Bill" ran into the ring with a chair shot on Scott Hall to break up a pin attempt after Hall had flattened his brother with the Hallbuster Bulldog. Referee Anthony Ferris immediately called for the bell. The Irwins were upset with the decision and took it out on Ferris, but Big Anthony held his ground and chased off the heels with a little help from Hennig & Hall much to the delight of his hometown 'Frisco fans.

7. AWA World Championship Title Match. The challenger, Stan "The Lariat" Hansen (w/ Ten Gallon Hat, Branding Iron & A Wild Look In His Eye) defeated Champion Rick Martel at 20:44. Being that it was a Championship Match, Referee Rich Frisk allowed a lot of leeway and Hansen took full advantage by pushing the limits of the AWA Rulebook to their fullest extent. Both men were busted open but Martel's wound was far worse and the champ bled profusely. Frisk stopped the bout due to Martel's condition and awarded the match to Hansen. The title, however, does not change hands. Hansen added a parting shot by smashing Martel in the head with his own Championship Belt before finally exiting the ring. The ornery Cowboy was pelted with cups and debris as he made his way back to the dressing room.
GV - May 18, 2013 - 09:26 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 5/18/13
WWF Results (Circa Early to Mid 80's) 5/18/13 - St. Stanislaus Memorial Post #1771, Brooklyn, NY. Att: 939

Ring Announcer: Father Patrick J. Moran
Referee: Dick Woehrle

1. Charlie Fulton went down to defeat at the hands of Salvatore Bellomo after missing a high risk leap off the top rope and finding nothing but canvas. The time of the fall was 4:41.

2. Donna Christianello rolled through on the momentum of a Flying Cross Body Press from her opponent to pin Peggy Lee at 5:53.

3. The Soul Patrol (Rocky Johnson & "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas) took care of business and defeated the duo of Gino Carabello & A.J. Petruzzi at 3:57. Rocky pinned Petruzzi with a High Flying Drop Kick to the chops off the ropes.

4. Pedro Morales over Tiger Chung Lee by DQ at 6:09. The Korean heel was caught red-handed bashing Morales over the back with his Kendo Stick. Referee Dick Woehre immediately called for the bell.

5. "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. (w/ suspicious left forearm cast) and Corporal Kirchner of the 82nd Airborne Division were both Counted Out at 7:20 as they brawled all the way back to the locker room.

6. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka defeated Nikolai Volkoff in the Main Event at 12:29. Thinking he had the match in control, Volkoff turned his back on the Superfly to jaw with some heckling fans at ringside. Snuka snuck up from behind with a Drop Kick that sent the big Russian crashing head-first into the turnbuckle. The Superfly made the quick cover and Dick Woehrle added the 1-2-3.
GV - May 19, 2013 - 08:38 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 5/19/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 5/19/13 - Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, VA. Att: 12,162.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Walter Buckner

1. The Italian Stallion put away Gene Ligon with a Powerslam off the ropes at 5:25.

2. The "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant brought the fans to their feet with an electrifying entrance and defeated "Wild" Bill White with a Sleeperhold at 4:43. After the bout, Valiant kissed both Referee Walter Buckner and Ring Announcer Rick Stewart. "Wild" Bill was able to bail from the ring before he got a smooch as well.

3. The speedy masked man Lazer Tron kept Nikita Koloff frustrated and off balance for most of this match, but the "Russian Nightmare" prevailed in the end. Lazer Tron attempted a Flying Cross Body Press but was caught in mid-air by Koloff and given a Backbreaker across the knee for the pinfall at 6:21.

4. "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin over the Barbarian (w/ "No. 1" Paul Jones) via Count Out at 8:32. Jimmy Valiant returned to ringside and chased his nemesis Paul Jones back to the dressing room. The Barbarian left the ring to protect his manager and was counted out in the process.

5. The team of Rick Steamboat & Chief Jay Youngblood defeated Arn & Ole Anderson by DQ at 10:46. Ole pulled Referee Stu Schwartz in front of himself just as Jay Youngblood leapt off the top rope with a Tomahawk Chop. Schwartz took the full brunt of the blow and went down like a ton of bricks. The bell rang and there was confusion in the ring as to who had been disqualified. A woozy Stu Schwartz rendered his decision to Ring Announcer Rick Stewart. The Andersons had a fit in the ring following the announcement.

6. TV Title Match. Champion Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect Ten" Baby Doll) vs. challenger "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes. The fans wondered if Blanchard was a no-show after the champ did not appear following his ring introduction. More likely, Blanchard was playing mind games (or perhaps hoping to be counted out ??) and kept Dusty waiting a full five minutes before finally making his way down to ringside. Rhodes waged a little psychological warfare of his own later in the match by catching Baby Doll up on the apron by her hair and swatting her behind. Tully's enraged valet ran into the ring and swung the TV Title Belt at the Dream but accidentally clocked Blanchard with it instead. Dusty made the cover and Referee Walter Buckner counted the pin at 12:29. Rhodes is the neeeewwwwwww TV Champion !!
GV - May 20, 2013 - 10:12 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 5/20/13
World Class Results 5/20/13 - Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, TX. Att: 2,404.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Boyd Pierce
Referees: David Manning & James Beard

1. Johnny Mantel over "Maniac" Matt Borne by DQ at 6:51. Referee David Manning called for the bell after Borne brought a folding chair into the ring and smashed it across Mantel's back.

2. Mark Lewin (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) over Jose Lothario via Count Out at 5:24. The hated "Playboy" drew the ire of Lothario and drew him into a confrontation on the floor. Jose took the bait and lost track of the referee's count during the war of words.

3. The popular South African heartthrobs, the Simpsons (Steve & Shaun) over the Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane) at 6:41. Mike Davis was set to Body Slam Steve Simpson when Shaun entered the ring and Drop Kicked his partner on top of Davis for the pinfall. A little bending of the rules by the baby faces but the young ladies at ringside didn't seem to mind.

4. The Dingo Warrior defeated Crusher Yurkoff (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) by DQ at 8:26. Referee James Beard called for the bell when Yurkoff was caught red-handed hitting his opponent in the head with Hart's loaded shoe.

5. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin was disqualifed for outside interference at 7:31 in his bout with Brian Adidas. Garvin's valet Precious ran into the ring and jumped on Referee David Manning's back to break up a pin attempt after Adidas hit his Russian Leg Sweep finisher.

6. The Main Event saw the Great Kabuki (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) defeat Kevin Von Erich by Count Out at 9:55. As the action moved OOR, Kabuki spit his mysterious Green Mist into Kevin's eyes. The blinded Von Erich stumbled around ringside and could not find his way back inside the ring in time to make Referee James Beard's ten count.
GV - May 21, 2013 - 10:40 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 5/21/13
WWF Results (Circa Late 80's) 5/21/13 - Mark of the Quad, Moline, IL. Att: 5,097.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: John Benello & Earl Hebner

1. "The Rocket" Owen Hart pinned "Skunkman" Barry Hardy after a Missile Drop Kick off the top rope at 2:28.

2. Mr. Fuji's Orient Express (Pat Tanaka & Kato) beat the team of Omar Atlas & Brady Boone at 3:49. Takana snuck into the ring and caught Omar with a Thrust Kick flush on the jaw while Referee Earl Hebner was arguing with Mr. Fuji. Hebner turned around to find Kato making the cover on Atlas and counted the pin.

3. Jimmy Jack Funk (w/ Branding Iron & Lone Ranger Mask) was the unwilling recipient of a haircut courtesy of Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. Brutus tried more than once to give his opponent a quick trim with his barber's shears but Jimmy Jack kept bailing from the ring. Funk finally had enough and took the count out at 5:21 as he returned to the locker room with his hair intact.

4. The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques & Raymond) defeated the Hart Foundation (Bret "The Hitman" Hart & Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart) by DQ at 8:09 when Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart was caught conking Raymond Rougeau in the back of the head with his megaphone.

5. "The African Dream" Akeem (w/ funky dance steps & "The Doctor of Style" Slick) over Haku via DQ at 7:03. Haku reversed a smash on Akeem with Slick's walking stick to draw the disqualification.

6. Intercontinental Championship Match. The Champion Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Bobby Soxer Peggy Sue) and challenger Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (w/ Fire Breathing Entrance) were both Counted Out by Referee John Benello at 12:11 as they battled on the floor. Honky Tonk Man retains the Intercontinental Title.
GV - May 22, 2013 - 09:05 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 5/21/13
WWWF Results (Late 70's) 5/22/13 - Witschi's Sports Arena, North Attleboro, MA. Att: 2,017.

Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Jack Lotz & Mario Savoldi

1. "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe from Paulsboro, NJ over Steve King from Panama City with a Piledriver at 3:41.

2. The Fabulous Moolah pinned Susan Starr with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Starr had missed a corner charge at 6:23.

3. Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Tank Patton with his Sleeper Hold off the ropes at 5:19.

4. The WWWF Tag Team Champion Valiant Brothers ("Handsome" Jimmy & "Luscious" Johnny) beat S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones and Steve Travis in a non-title bout at 6:08. The Valiants combined for a Double Team Verticle Suplex on S.D. while Referee Jack Lotz was sending Steve Travis back to his corner. Lotz turned around to find Johnny making the cover and counted the pin.

5. "Russian Bear" Ivan Koloff pinned Tony Garea with a handful of tights at 9:54 after Tony had missed a high risk leap off the top rope and found nothing but canvas.

6. Bob Backlund over Strong Kobayashi with the Delayed Atomic Spinebuster at 8:38.
GV - May 23, 2013 - 08:53 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 5/23/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Late 70's) 5/23/13 - Forrest Capital Hall Community Center, Perry, FL. Att: 3,560.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Barbara Clary
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Buddy Colt

1. Steve Keirn pinned Vic Rossitani with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes at 5:29.

2. Don Muraco (w/ King Curtis Iaukea & Sonny King) over "The Unofficial Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas via submission with the Asiatic Spike at 5:54. Gordon Solie noted in his commentary that this was the first time he had seen Muraco use the Asiatic Spike and pondered whether or not King Curtis had taught him the dreaded hold.

3. Jerry Brisco over the Beautiful Beauregarde (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) with the Figure Four Leglock at 7:04. During the match, Sir Oliver had climbed up onto the apron to interfere but was corralled into a Brisco Noggin Knocker with Beauregarde that sent the manager tumbling to the floor.

4. Mr. Sato & Mr. Saito defeated the team of Jimmy Garvin and Tiger Conway Jr. at 8:40. Jimmy Garvin had Mr. Sato all but out on his feet with a Sleeper Hold when Saito leapt off the top rope with a Double Axe Handle to Garvin while Referee Buddy Colt's back was turned. Oblivious to the chicanery, Colt counted the pin when he turned around and found Sato making the cover.

5. Texas Death Match. Blackjack Mulligan over "Lumberjack" Jos LeDuc (w/ Sonny King) at 10:39. In a brutal match that saw various objects come into play, LeDuc could not answer Scappy McGowan's ten count after being choked out with a bullrope that Mulligan had brought to ringside with him.

6. Florida Champion "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes was bloodied and battered by the Assassin but prevailed by DQ in this non-title bout at 18:49. Fans at ringside caught the Assassin slipping a foreign object under his mask and continually head butting the American Dream with it throughout the match. Referee Buddy Colt finally wised up and tried to examine the mask only to be tossed out of the ring by the Assassin to draw the disqualification.
GV - May 24, 2013 - 09:24 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 5/24/13
AWA Results (Late 70's) 5/24/13 - All-Star Wrestling TV Program, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 846

Announcer: Rodger Kent
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Merv Unger & George "Scrap Iron" Gadaski

1. Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Caesar Pabon with a Piledriver at 4:21.

2. Larry Hennig defeated Rodeo Jones with the Axe (Forearm to the head off the ropes) at 3:35.

Interview Segment with "Mean" Gene Okerlund and Wally Karbo

Wally revealed that Nick Bockwinkel had won the recent World Title Tournament held at the St. Paul Civic Center and was officially named AWA Champion by President Stanley Blackburn immediately afterward. Bockwinkel defeated Verne Gagne in the finals after eliminating Billy Robinson the night before. Gagne had defeated Super Destroyer Mark II in his Semi-Final bout to advance to the Championship Match.


3. Pat Patterson & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens defeated the team of Dave Kochen & Puppy Dog Peloquin at 3:31. Kochen submitted to Patterson's Boston Crab.

4. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) beat Frank Hill with a Backbreaker across the knee at 3:02.

Interview Segment with "Mean" Gene Okerlund and Wally Karbo

"Mean" Gene & Wally next focused on the Tag Team Tournament where the High Flyers (Greg Gagne & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) won the Titles after defeating Pat Patterson and Ray Stevens in St. Paul. This announcement was warmly received by the fans in the studio but brought out a bitter Stevens and Patterson who demanded a rematch. Karbo said that the decision was in the hands of the AWA Championship Committee. The High Flyers defeated the East-West Connection ("Golden Boy" Adrian Adonis & Jesse "The Body" Ventura) while Patterson & Stevens beat Heenan Family members Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Duncum enroute to the Finals of the tournament.


5. The Crusher defeated Max Blue with his Bolo Punch off the ropes at 2:32 to close the show.
GV - May 25, 2013 - 08:51 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 5/25/13
WCW Results (Early 90's) 5/25/13 - Montgomery Civic Center, Montgomery, AL. Att: 4,467.

Announcers: Jim Ross & Missy Hyatt
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson & Bill Alphonso

1. Erik Watts over Mike Thor with the STF (Stepover Toehold Facelock) submission at 3:38.

2. Black Blood defeated Rikki Nelson with Le Guillotine (Knee Drop off the top rope) at 2:07.

3. J.T. Southern (w/ Scotty Flamingo) over Tracy Smothers by Count Out at 5:40. Smothers was tossed OOR and given a Hot Shot onto the barricade railing by Scotty Flamingo while Southern kept Referee Bill Alphonso occupied. Steve Armstrong ran out to check on his Young Pistols tag team partner as Alphonso's count reached ten. The Pistols challenged Flamingo & Southern to a tag match next week.

4. The bout between 2 Cold Scorpio (w/ Electrifying Entrance) and Cactus Jack (w/ Missing Teeth & "Bang! Bang!" Six-Gun Hand Gesture) was declared a "No Contest" at 7:05 by Pee Wee Anderson after both men were attacked by Jack's unpredictable tag team partner Abdullah the Butcher. The Wildman from the Sudan dished out Kendo Stick shots on both Scorpio and Cactus as well as several member of the WCW Security Staff who tried to subdue him.

5. "All-American" Ron Simmons survived a pre-match sneak attack by the York Foundation to defeat "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes by DQ a 6:19. The Yuppie, pony-tailed "Computerized Man of the 90's" Terrence Taylor smelled trouble after Hughes was laid out with a Flying Shoulder Tackle and smashed Simmons over the head with Alexandra York's laptop computer to draw the disqualification.

6. Paul E. Dangerously's Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson & "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton) defeated the Steiners ("Dog-Faced Gremlin" Rick & brother Scott) at 9:55. Rick Steiner inexplicably walked out on his brother mid match leaving Scotty to fend for himself the rest of the way. The Alliance proved to be too much for the younger Steiner to handle as Anderson planted Scott with a Spinebuster off the ropes and tagged in Bobby Eaton who followed up with the Alabama Jam (Leg Drop off the top rope) to score the pinfall. A roving cameraman found Rick Steiner and Kevin Sullivan consorting backstage before the program went off the air.
GV - May 26, 2013 - 08:30 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 5/26/13
Smoky Mountain Results 5/26/13 - Hancock County High School Gymnasium, Sneedville, TN. Att: 517

Ring Announcer: School Superintendent Marty J. Kendall
Referee: Mark Curtis


1. "Hollywood" Bob Holly over Robert Gibson by DQ at 6:46. Holly caught a high flying Drop Kick in the mush from Gibson that sent him toppling over the top rope and out onto the floor. It was a judgement call by Referee Mark Curtis who chose to strictly enforce the rule against sending your opponent over the top rope and disqualified an incredulous Robert Gibson.


2. Porkchop Cash defeated Dr. Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette) at 7:53. Cornette snuck up on the apron and was ready to do some damage with his trusty tennis racket but Cash saw him coming and gave the pesty manager a Noggin Knocker with Prichard. The "Doctor of Desire" stumbled backward into a Schoolboy Roll Up for the pinfall.


3. The Rose Cousins ("Ravishing" Randy & Pat) over the tandem of Dixie Dynamite (a masked Scott Armstrong) and Billy Joe Travis at 9:25. The Roses combined for a Spiked Pile Driver on Travis behind the referee's back while Mark Curtis was sending Dixie Dynamite back to his corner. Curtis turned around to find Pat Rose making the cover and counted the pin.


4. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry dipped into his tights for a hidden foreign object and socked "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner with a loaded punch to the head as he was being given a Back Suplex. Embry crawled on top of his KO'd opponent for the pin.


5. The Junk Yard Dog was Counted Out against "Tennessee Stud" Robert Fuller (w/ Miss Sylvia & Jimmy Golden) at 11:56. Fuller tossed the Dog OOR and argued with Referee Mark Curtis while Jimmy Golden ran JYD's head into a booth where Hancock High School Class President Haley Tomlinson was selling bids for the upcoming Senior Prom. Students scattered in every direction as the stand collapsed with a loud crash. The Dog was down and out for the ten count.
GV - May 28, 2013 - 10:13 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 5/28/13
WWF "In Your House" Results (Early to Mid 90's) 5/28/13 - Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY. Att: 5,839.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Manny Garcia
Referees: Tim White & Dave Hebner

1. Dean Douglas (w/ "The Board of Education" paddle) pinned Duane Gill with the Final Exam (Cradle Suplex) at 4:24.

2. "HBK" Shawn Michaels (w/ Cocky Swagger and "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel) made it look easy over Rad Radford. Michaels, chewing gum during the match and fussing with his hair, connected with the Sweet Chin Music Superkick at 2:00 to put away Radford.

3. "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya tapped out to "King of Harts" Owen Hart's Sharpshooter at 5:37.

4. Man Mountain Rock (w/ WWF-Shaped Electric Guitar) beat Dr. Isaac Yankem, D.D.S. by DQ at 7:53. Referee Dave Hebner caught the evil dentist smashing Rock in the back with his own guitar and immediately called for the bell.

5. The Allied Powers ("Made in the USA" Lex Luger & "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith) defeated the Blu Brothers (Jacob & Eli w/ Uncle Zebakiah) at 6:43. Eli submitted to Luger's Torture Rack while the British Bulldog kept brother Jacob from interferring.

6. "Native American" Tatanka was counted out in his bout with the Berzerker (w/ Viking Helmet, Sword & Mr. Fuji) at 7:29. With both men battling OOR, the devious Fuji blinded Tatanka with a handful of ceremonial salt to the eyes. The Native American could not find his way back inside the ring in time to make the ten count.

7. In the Main Event, WWF World Champion Bret "The Hitman" Hart defeated Hakushi (w/ Manager Shinja) via Count Out in a non-title match at 9:12. As the action moved to the floor, Hart corralled Hakushi and his manager into a mighty Noggin Knocker that sent both men staggering. Hakushi was unable to shake out the cobwebs in time to make Referee Tim White's ten count.
GV - May 29, 2013 - 09:53 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 5/29/13
TNA Results 5/29/13 - Forum Civic Center, Rome, GA. Att: 3,394.

Announcers: Todd Keneley & "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz
Ring Announcer: SoCal Val
Referees: Scott James, Brian Hebner & Taryn Terrell

1. Sleazy Joey Ryan (w/ "Blueprint" Matt Morgan) over the Amazing Red via Count Out at 6:28. Ryan tossed his opponent OOR and distracted Referee Scott James while big Matt Morgan laid out the Amazing Red with his Carbon Footprint (Running Big Boot) on the floor. James could have counted to a hundred.

2. Velvet Skye over Sarita at 4:58 with some unexpected help from Mexican-America. Sarita was distracted by her former stablemates Rosita, Anarquia & Homicide who stolled down to ringside to watch the bout. Rosita jumped up on the apron to instigate trouble and received a slap across the face from Sarita for her trouble, however Velvet Skye capitalized on the moment with a quick Roll Up from behind to pin her opponent.

3. "Prime Time" Elix Skipper (w/ Simon Diamond & David Young) defeated "Prince of Punk" Shannon Moore (w/ Jesse Neal) at 6:00. Simon Diamond ran into the ring to interfere but was intercepted by a Spear from Jesse Neal in the corner. While Brian Hebner was busy sending them out of the ring, David Young snuck in behind the ref's back and reversed Shannon Moore's Small Package. Hebner turned around to find Skipper on top and counted the pin.

4. Orlando Jordan was denied his revenge on former tag team partner Ron "The Truth" Killings thanks to interference from Consequences Creed. Jordan was taking the fight to Killings when Creed gave him a shove off the top turnbuckle causing Jordan to crotch himself on the top rope on the way down. Killings then finished off his opponent with the Truth Conviction (Sit Out Gourdbuster) for the pinfall at 5:55.

5. TNA Tag Team Title Match. The Challengers, Chavo Guerrero & "SuperMex" Hernandez were DQ'd in their bid to unseat the defending Champs, the British Invasion (Doug Williams & Magnus) at 7:50. Mexican-America returned to ringside and cost their rivals the match when Anarquia entered the ring and KO'd Doug Williams with Brass Knucks. Chavo and Hernandez pleaded their case to Referee Scott James but the disqualification stood. The British Invasion retain the tag titles.

6. In the Main Event, "Cowboy" James Storm over "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy at 13:10. Jeff connected with his Swanton Bomb off the top rope on the Cowboy but clipped Referee Brian Hebner in the process. Hardy helped the woozy ref get back to his feet only to turn around right into Storm's Last Call Superkick for the pinfall.
GV - May 30, 2013 - 10:12 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 5/30/13
WCW/n.W.o. Results (Late 90's) 5/30/13 - Barlow Arena, Birmingham, AL. Att: 8,034.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Charles Robinson & Mickey Jay

1. Glacier (w/ Chilly Reception from the fans) put away "Hard Work" Bobby Walker with the Cryonic Kick at 3:38. Glacier's extended ring entrance took longer than the match itself.

2. KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) pulverized the West Hollywood Blondes (Lenny Lane & Lodi) at 4:04. Lodi was the recepient of the High Times (Double Chokeslam) for the pinfall.

3. Prince Iaukea submitted to Meng's Tongan Death Grip at 3:46.

4. Perry Saturn defeated Horace Hogan at 7:24. Raven came down to ringside and tried to bash Saturn in the head with Ring Announcer Lee Marshall's microphone but accidentally hit Horace with it instead leading to the pinfall. Hogan got into a shoving match with Raven after the match and was laid out by the Evenflow DDT.

5. Cruiserweight Title Match. Champion "Sugar" Shane Helms (w/ Fellow Three Count member Shannon Moore) over challenger Juventud Guerrera at 8:20. Juvi had the champ set up for a 450 Splash but Shannon Moore reached into the ring and pulled the prone Helms out of the way just in the nick of time. Guerrera found nothing but canvas and was finished off with the Nightmare on Helms Street (Spinning Inverted DDT). Helms retains the Cruiserweight Title.

6. UFC Fighter Tank Abbott (w/ Vince Russo) defeated Steve "Mongo" McMichael in controversial fashion at 5:19. With Referee Charles Robinson knocked down in the action, Steve McMichael set Abbott up for the Mongo Spike (Tombstone Piledriver) when Vince Russo ran into the ring and jumped on McMichael's back. The former Chicago Bears' lineman easily shook him off, but Abbott had gotten back to his feet and delivered a KO Punch to McMichael's jaw. Mongo was down and out for the pin as Robinson recovered to make the three count.

7. United States Tournament Semi-Final Match. The n.W.o.'s Scott Hall (w/ "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash) vs. Buff Bagwell w/ Special Guest Referee Eric "Easy E" Bischoff. A riot nearly broke out in Birmingham when Buff Bagwell literally laid down on the mat and allowed Scott Hall to pin him with one foot on his chest to advance to the Tournament Finals against Mike Awesome. Bagwell was then officially indoctrinated into the n.W.o. for throwing the match. Shouts of "Sham !!","Fraud !!" and "Refund !!" were heard as the ring was littered with debris. It was an ugly scene as Hall, Nash and Bischoff smiled smugly and egged the unruly crowd on. Security had to be brought in to escort the n.W.o. safely to the back.
GV - Jun 04, 2013 - 11:52 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 6/04/13
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Late 80's) 6/04/13 - East Park Recreation Center, Houma, LA. Att: 3,025.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Tony Torres & Jerry Usher

1. The scheduled opening bout between Art Crews and Mike Boyette never took place. Terry Taylor, dressed in a snappy suit and sunglasses, entered the ring with a halliburton briefcase and held up the show. Joe Bryan left his broadcast position to get a word with Taylor.

Joe: "What are you doing out here, Terry Taylor ? You have no business being in the ring!"

Taylor: "Now hang on, Joe. Cool your heels. For your information I do have business to attend to here in this ring."

(Taylor turns his attention to Art Crews.)

Taylor: "Art, you've been around this business for a long time and I know a man of your stature would never pass up on a golden opportunity like this. I placed a bounty on the head of that lowlife cretin "Gentleman" Chris Adams...(Smattering of boos from the crowd).... and I have $5,000 right here in this briefcase if you can put Adams out of wrestling for good."

(Crews smiles at Taylor and shakes his head.)

Taylor: "Why waste your time with Boyette when you can have yourself a real payday here, buddy ?"

(Crews has heard enough and motions for Taylor to get out of the ring.)

Joe: "I think you have your answer there, Terry Taylor, and it sounds like a "NO" to me. !" (The fans cheer for Crews)

Taylor: "Art, listen to me. Hear me out now. I saw that old jalopy you drove up in today, okay. I mean, that heap shouldn't even be allowed on the road. Am I right ? It's a disgrace ! A man like you driving a clunker like that ! What's the world coming to ?? Wouldn't you like a fancy new sports car like mine instead ? All you have to do is get rid of Adams and it's yours, buddy. Believe me, you'ld be doing the whole UWF a favor !"

Crews: "First of all, Taylor, I'm not your 'buddy'.... (cheers from the crowd) Second, I don't judge a man by the kind of car he drives... (more cheers from the crowd).... and third, if you want Adams gone so bad, why don't you be a man and do it yourself ?" (Another loud ovation from the fans !)

Joe: "How about it, Taylor ?"

Taylor: "Now, Joe, you know the doctor hasn't cleared me for wrestling yet. It's gonna take some time, okay ? Adams tried to end my career and ...

Taylor suddenly lurches at Crews and bashes him in the head with the halliburton. Taylor is just going berserk on Crews and stomping away on him with his dress shoes. It's obvious to everyone that there is nothing physically wrong with Terry Taylor. Boyette tries to make the save and gets tossed out of the ring. Joe Bryan is motioning to the back for more help and "Gentleman" Chris Adams runs out. Taylor hightails it out of the ring and flees as Joe and Chris check on Crews' condition.


2. "The Unpredictable" Dick Slater (w/ valet Dark Journey) over "The Raging Greek" Mike Pappas with his patented Knee Drop at 4:52.

3. Savannah Jack defeated "Gorgeous" Gary Young (w/ Downtown Bruno) at 7:12. With Referee Jerry Usher knocked down in the action, Bruno handed Gary Young a folding chair but Savannah Superkicked the chair into Young's face. Usher recovered to make the three count on the KO'd Young.

4. The Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner) defeated General Skandor Akbar's Devastation Incorporated (Bad, Leroy Brown & "Wild" Bill Irwin) at 7:35. Irwin was in the process of Body Slamming Hoerner when Brad Armstrong entered the ring and Drop Kicked his partner on top of "Wild" Bill for the winning pinfall.

5. Sam Houston pinned "Fabulous Freebird" Michael P.S. Hayes at 8:40 after fellow "Freebird" Buddy Roberts accidentally clocked Hayes with Ring Announcer Joel Watts' microphone.

6. "Dr. Death" Steve Williams put away "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer with his Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) at 11:48 after Buzz missed a high risk leap off the top rope and found nothing but canvas.

After the show, a cameraman follows Terry Taylor out into the parking lot to get his comments regarding his assault on Art Crews. Taylor tells him to "Get Lost" as he walks briskly to his shiny, red Corvette only to discover that he has a flat tire. Art Crews beeps the horn of his old beater and waves to Taylor as he passes by. Taylor slams his halliburton on the ground and curses as he watches Crews drive off into the night.
GV - Jun 05, 2013 - 08:44 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 6/05/13
AWA Results (Mid 80's) 6/05/13 - Municipal Auditorium, Sioux City, IA. Att: 3,316.

Announcers: Ken Resnick & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: "Slick" Mick Karch
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Scott Ledoux

1. Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris beat "Alaskan" Jay York with the Ferris Wheel (Airplane Spin) at 5:34.

2. "Mr. Electricity" Steve Regal from Ft. Lauderdale, FL over "Top Gun" Ricky Rice from Edina, MN via Count Out at 8:05. As the action moved OOR, Regal back dropped a charging Ricky Rice over the barricade railing and into the first row of spectators. Ricky could not untangle himself in time to make Scott Ledoux's ten count.

3. Nothing was settled in the Ladies Tournament Finals between "Sensational" Sherri Martel (w/ "Playboy" Buddy Rose) and "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter. Referee Gary DeRusha counted both gals out at 7:45 as they battled around ringside.

4. Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) defeated "Olympian" Brad Rheingans at 6:04. Rheingans caught the Sheik up on the apron and was petitioning to the crowd about whether or not to slug him when Zhukov snuck in from behind with a Roll Up for the winning pinfall.

5. "Mr. Magnificent" Kevin Kelly (w/ Nick Kiniski & Madusa Micelli) over "Crusher" Jerry Blackwell by DQ at 7:50. Kiniski was a menace a ringside during this match and got in several cheap shots. Blackwell finally had enough and clobbered both Kelly and Kiniski with chair shots to draw the disqualification from Scott Ledoux.

6. In the Main Event, "Precious" Paul Ellering's Road Warriors (Hawk & Animal) defeated the team of Curt Hennig & Big Scott Hall at 9:53. The Legion of Doom combined for their Doomsday Device on Hennig behind Gary DeRusha's back as the ref was sending Hall back to his corner. DeRusha turned around to find Hawk making the cover on Curt and counted the pin.
GV - Jun 06, 2013 - 09:13 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 6/06/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) 6/06/13 - Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC. Att: 12,855.

Announcers: David Crockett & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Ted Guinness
Referees: Tommy Young & Mike Atkins

1. Black Bart (w/ Branding Iron & James J. Dillon) put away Vinnie Valentino with the Texas Trash Compactor (Diving Leg Drop off the 2nd rope) at 2:59.

2. Don Kernodle over George South via submission with the Cobra Clutch at 4:38.

3. "Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez surprised Chief Wahoo McDaniel with a School Boy Roll Up for the pinfall at 8:48 while the Chief was arguing with Referee Mike Atkins.

Interview segment with David Crockett, and former NWA TV Champion Tully Blanchard along with Blanchard's "Perfect 10" Baby Doll. (Blanchard is sporting a bandage on his forehead courtesy of Baby Doll's inadvertent TV Title Belt smash that cost him the championship against "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes. Baby Doll is just seething and pacing back and forth as Blanchard has some harsh words for "The Dream". Tully says "the hunted has become the hunter". Blanchard says "Big Dust, you don't ever lay a hand on my woman again," (Rhodes embarrassed Baby Doll by swatting her fanny to precipitate the errant belt smash). Tully demands a rematch - inside a steel cage - and tells Crockett to "make it happen".

4. "Number One" Paul Jones Army of "Superstar" Billy Graham and the Barbarian beat the Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) at 8:52. Tag Team chaos in the ring with both Gibson and the "Superstar" knocked down following a violent mid-ring collision off the ropes. As Referee Tommy Young was sending Ricky Morton back to his corner, the Barbarian leapt off the top rope with a Diving Head Butt onto the prone Gibson and then laid Graham's arm across Robert's chest. Young turned around and counted the pin on Gibson.

5. United States Title Match. Popular champ Magnum T.A. was counted out against his challenger Krusher Khruschev (w/ Russian Flag & Nikita Koloff) at 7:59. Khruschev tossed Magnum OOR and distracted Referee Mike Atkins while Nikita leveled the Champ with a Russian Sickle on the floor. Magnum was down and out for the ten count but retains the United States Title.

6. NWA World Title Match. Challenger Terry Funk (w/ fake NWA Belt) was defeated by the Champion, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ the real "Ten Pounds of Gold") at 19:04. Apparently, Funk wasn't satisified with his mock belt and tried to bash Flair with the real McCoy but a Low Blow from the "Nature Boy" caused him to drop the belt on the canvas. "Slick" Ric followed up with a DDT onto the belt to pin the challenger and received a huge ovation from the Greensboro faithful. "Wooooooooooooo !"
GV - Jun 07, 2013 - 10:24 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 6/06/13
WWWF Results (Mid to Late 70's) 6/07/13 - Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME. Att: 5,078.

Ring Announcer: Frank Coutinho
Referees: Dick Woehrle & John Stanley

1. Baron Mikel Scicluna defeated Pinky Larsen at 4:26. The Baron dipped down into the tights for a foreign object and KO'd Pinky with a loaded punch to the jaw for the pinfall. The fans tried in vain to point out the object to Referee Dick Woehrle but Scicluna's expert cheating went undetected.

2. Special Midget Attraction. Coconut Willie and the Haiti Kid beat the duo of Little Tokyo and Billy the Kid at 5:06. Willie & Haiti combined for a Double Falling Head Butt on Tokyo for the pin. As is often the case with the midgets, Referee John Stanley got the worst of the action although Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho also had his problems with the Little People's mischief as well.

3. Bruno Sammartino's protege Larry Zbyszko put away Rocky Tamayo with a Shoulderbreaker at 4:34. Larry received a nice ovation during his ring introduction.

4. Dominic Denucci over Professor Toru Tanaka by DQ at 7:02. Dick Woehrle was on the ball this time and caught Tanaka throwing a handful of ceremonial salt into Denucci's eyes to draw the disqualification. During the match introductions, Tanaka was late in coming out of the dressing room. Denucci appeared to whisper something into Ring Announcer Frank Coutinho's ear who then passed the information along to Referee Dick Woehrle. All three men shared a chuckle as a flustered Tanaka finally appeared through the curtains and ran down to ringside. Apparently Tanaka had to use the facilities and got lost backstage.

5. "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras pinned "Crazy" Luke Graham (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) at 9:23. Luke was caught in a flying Crucifix off the ropes by the crafty Mascaras for the pin. Graham was irritated by the fans' constant chants of "Crazy Luke !!" and covered his ears throughout the match.

6. In the Main Event, Chief Jay Strongbow defeated "Iron Greek" Spiros Arion by DQ at 11:39. Arion was caught in the Chief's Sleeper Hold and slugged Referee John Stanley in desperation as he flailed away to save himself from the submission.

Sadly, "Classy" Freddie Blassie missed the trip to Portland and was not on hand to accompany his charges Professor Toru Tanaka & Spiros Arion to the ring.
GV - Jun 08, 2013 - 09:06 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 6/08/13
WWF Results (Late 80's) 6/08/13 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. Att: 15,922.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: John Benello, Danny Davis & Mike Chioda

1. "Leaping" Lanny Poffo (w/ corny poem) beat the Brooklyn Brawler (w/ stogie) at 5:50. Poffo pinned the Brawler with a Moonsault off the top rope.

2. The Big Bossman from the Department of Correction in Cobb County, GA over Terry Gibbs of Tampa, FL with the Hard Times Slam (Spinning Side Slam off the ropes) at 3:57.

3. "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ Unnatural Blonde Hair & "The Doctor of Style" Slick) defeated "Superfly" Sivi Afi at 5:54. With Sivi Afi perched on the top turnbuckle and ready to deliver a Diving Splash, Slick hopped up to the apron and gave Afi a shove off the top rope. Sivi fell awkwardly to the mat and Reed added a handful of tights to secure the pin.

4. "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase (w/ Virgil) over "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware (w/Pet Macaw Frankie) by submission at 6:43. Dibiase put the Birdman away with the Million Dollar Dream Sleeper Hold. After the ring introductions, The Million Dollar Man (announced as hailing from his Summer residence in Hyannis Port, MA by Howard Finkel) offered Koko a handful of C-Notes to walk away and forfeit the match to which the Birdman responded with a slap to Dibiase's face.

5. WWF Tag Team Title Match. Champions Demolition (Ax & Smash w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated the challengers, The Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) by Reverse Decision (?) in an Unusual Ending at 9:08. The belts appeared to have changed hands when B. Brian Blair cradled Smash for the three count but Referee Danny Davis reversed his decision by declaring that Brunzell was actually the legal man at the time. Davis claimed that the masked Bees made an illegal switch behind his back to justify the controversial decision. Demolition retains the tag titles.

6. "The Walking Natural Disaster" Earthquake (w/ Typhoon & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Damian in a Burlap Sack) at 8:15. Typhoon reached into the ring and tripped Jake as he bounded off the ropes to set up Earthquake's sit down Splash for the pinfall.

7. In the Main Event, WWF World Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ "Real American" Entrance Music) over "The Model" Rick Martel (w/ "Arrogance" Cologne) at 14:48. Martel gave the Hulkster a run for his money before catching a Big Boot to the mush coming off the ropes and then going down to the Running Leg Drop. Hogan with his ear-cupping and signature muscle poses following the match much to the delight of his Hulkamaniacs in attendance at the Garden. Hogan retains the WWF Title.
GV - Jun 09, 2013 - 08:13 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 6/09/13
World Class Results 6/09/13 - Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 5,830.

Announcer: Bill Mercer
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & Danny Pleches

1. Kelly Kiniski pinned Perry Jackson with a Swinging Neckbreaker to kick things off at 4:12 as the fans were still settling into their seats.

2. "Crippler" Rip Oliver (w/ Taped Thumb & Jim Cornette) defeated Private Terry Daniels at 5:54. The Crippler stunned Daniels with a Side Headlock & Thumb Jab to the throat before finishing him off with a Shoulderbreaker for the victory.

3. General Skandor Akbar's Missing Link put away fireplug Spike Huber with a Leaping Head Butt off the 2nd Rope at 5:39.

4. Iceman King Parsons over "Killer" Tim Brooks (w/ Chain) at 6:26. Brooks was knocked off the top turnbuckle by his opponent and then crotched himself on the top rope on the way down to set up the pinfall for Parsons.

5. Fresh off his suspension for DDT'ing an official, Jake "The Snake " Roberts wasted no time rounding back into form and resorting to his usual dirty tactics. Roberts was DQ'd by Referee Danny Pleches for jabbing the end of a folding chair into Chief Mark Youngblood's throat at 7:19.

6. Six Man Tag Main Event - The Von Erichs (Mike, Kevin & Kerry) vs. "Playboy" Gary Hart's diabolical trio of Abdullah the Butcher, "Maniac" Mark Lewin & "Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan. Referee Bronco Lubich had his hands full in trying to maintain any resemblance of order in this one. The beleaguered ref finally had enough and called for the bell at 9:44 when all six men ignored his repeated warnings and battled it out inside the ring in a wild free-for-all.
GV - Jun 10, 2013 - 10:40 AM
Post subject: WCW/n.W.o. Results 6/10/13
WCW/n.W.o. Results (Mid to Late 90's) 6/10/13 - BI-LO Center, Greenville, SC. Att: 11,004.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Charles Robinson & Mark "Slick" Johnson

1. Juventud Guerrera & Psicosis over Los Villanos (Villano IV & V) in a high-flying luchador tag match at 4:49. Psicosis

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pinned Villano IV with his Guillotine Leg Drop off the top rope as fans were still filing in and taking their seats at the BI-LO Center.

2. Crowbar (w/ David Flair & Daffney) over Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Pepe the Stick Horse)

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at 5:10. Guerrero did a few laps racing around the ring on Pepe during Dave Penzer's ring introductions. Chavito dominated the match until David Flair popped him in the noggin with his beloved stick horse to set up the pinfall for Crowbar.

3. "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner (w/ Midajah) defeated Scott Putski via submission with the Steiner Recliner (Camel Clutch) at 3:32. Steiner celebrated his victory by doing pushups in the ring and kissing his bicep.

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4. "Screamin" Norman Smiley

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over Berlyn (w/ The Wall) by DQ at 6:06. With Berlyn caught in the Norman Conquest (Crossface Chickenwing) and about to tap out, the Wall ran into the ring and clobbered Smiley from behind to break up the hold and draw the disqualification from Referee Charles Robinson.


We are treated to a creepy skit in a dark and misty cemetary.

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Vampiro walks amongst the headstones and says that this is the only place that he's ever felt "at home".

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A breeze blows through the trees and Vampiro takes in the essence of the graveyard and whispers, "Come into my parlor said the spider to the fly".

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We're not quite sure who or what he's talking to and, quite frankly, we don't want to know.


5. Disco Inferno

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beat Ultimo Dragon via Count Out at 7:15 after delivering the Last Dance (Stone Cold Stunner) on the floor.


6. Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon defeated Perfect Event ("Perfect" Shawn Stasiak & "The Event" Chuck Palumbo) at 9:17. Stasiak felt "the bang"

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from DDP's Diamond Cutter for the pinfall after both members of Perfect Event were whipped into each other from opposite corners of the ring.


7. The n.W.o.'s "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash

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put away Booker T in the Main Event with his Jackknife Powerbomb at 8:46 after n.W.o. lackey Buff Bagwell

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zapped Booker with Scott Hall's taser stick.
GV - Jun 11, 2013 - 11:46 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 6/11/13
AWA Results (Late 70's) 6/11/13 - Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena, Green Bay, WI. Att: 5,203.

Announcers: Rodger Kent & Gene Okerlund
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Jack Pesek & George "Scrap Iron" Gadaski

1. Big, Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Evan Johnson with a Bulldog out of the corner at 5:03.

2. Buddy Wolffe submitted to Mighty Igor Vodik's Polish Bear Hug off the ropes at 4:47.

3. Mad Dog Vachon beat the masked Super Destroyer Mark II (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) at 7:51. Vachon pinned the Destroyer with his Piledriver. After the bout, Vachon removed the Super Destroyer's mask however Lord Alfred Hayes quickly covered the Destroyer's head with his tuxedo jacket to conceal his identity.

4. AWA Tag Team Title Match. The challengers, Ray "The Crippler" Stevens & Pat Patterson defeated the champs, The High Flyers (Greg Gagne & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell) via Count Out at 9:13. Patterson ran Gagne's head into the ring post OOR (an automatic DQ in the AWA Rulebook however Referee Jack Pesek was distracted by Stevens and did not see the infraction.) Greg was down and out for the ten count but the High Flyers retain the belts despite the loss.

Interview segment with Rodger Kent & AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel.

Kent: "Champ, I see that you're taken a seat here at ringside for the upcoming Battle Royal ."

Bockwinkel: "That is correct, Mr. Kent. The AWA Championship Committee has seen it fit to grant the winner of this Battle Royal a title match against myself in St. Paul next week, so it is in my best interest to have firsthand knowledge of who my opponent will be. I find this method of determining a number one contender extremely unconventional."

Kent: "Can you give us a prediction as to the winner of the contest ? Surely, Andre must be considered the favorite ? Does it matter to you who your opponent will be ?"

Bockwinkel: "I will not speculate in regards to the winner, Mr. Kent, but allow me to assure you as well as all the humanoids at home that I am prepared to defend my title against any of the men you see assembled before you in the ring."

Kent: "Alrighty, there you have it from AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel himself, fans. Let's go down to ringside for the Main Event !"


Special Bonus Attraction

16 Man Over The Top Rope Battle Royal

(Winner to receive $20,000 plus a title shot at AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel next week at the St. Paul Civic Center.)

Participants: Mad Dog Vachon, Angelo Mosca, Evan Johnson, Greg Gagne, Bobby Duncum, Andre the Giant, Wilbur Snyder, Super Destroyer Mark II, Ray "The Crippler" Stevens, Buddy Wolffe, Mighty Igor Vodik, Red Bastien, The Crusher, Pat Patterson, "Jumping" Jim Brunzell & Bob Orton Jr.

Order of Elimination: Patterson by a Brunzell & Gagne Double Drop Kick, Johnson by Crusher, Wolffe by Stevens, Bastien by Andre, Super Destroyer Mark II by Duncum, Gagne by Mosca, Orton by Igor, Vachon by a Crusher & Snyder Double Team, Brunzell by Mosca, Duncum by Crusher, Stevens by Andre, Snyder by Igor, Igor by Andre, Mosca by Crusher, Crusher by Andre.

Your Winner at 24:36: Andre the Giant
GV - Jun 12, 2013 - 10:14 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 6/12/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Late 70's) 6/12/12 - Ralph Munroe Marine Stadium, Virginia Key, Miami, FL. Att: 4,787.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Don Curtis & Frenchy Bernard

1. Pak Song (w/ Sonny King) defeated the masked El Rayo by submission with his Korean Claw Hold at 3:20.

2. Sir Winston submitted to Mike Graham's Figure Four Leglock at 3:52.

3. Bugsy McGraw (w/ Leather Pilot's Helmet, Goggles & Sir Oliver Humperdink) over Sweet Brown Sugar at 6:27 when the momentum of Sugar's Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope put Bugsy on top for the pin.

4. The popular duo of Ray Candy & Rocky Johnson defeated Sonny King's Family (Don Muraco & King Curtis Iaukea) at 8:29. King Curtis was sent crashing into Sonny King who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. Iaukea staggered backward from the collision and was cradled from behind by Rocky Johnson for the pinfall.

5. "All-American" Bob Roop over Siegrfried Stanke (w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) by DQ at 7:26. Referee Frenchy Bernard called for the bell when Humperdink ran into the ring to break up Roop's pin attempt after a Shoulderbreaker on Stanke.

6. In the Main Event, Jack Brisco defeated Lars Anderson (w/ Killer Karl Kox) at 10:01. Brisco scored the pinfall after Anderson was KO'd by an errant money bag smash from Kox.
GV - Jun 13, 2013 - 09:19 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 6/13/13
WWF Results (Early to Mid 80's) 6/13/13 - Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 5,308.

Announcers: Jack Reynolds & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Mario Savoldi & Terry Yorkston

1. "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe pinned Rudy Diamond with a suspiciously effective Clothesline off the ropes at 3:54. Iron Mike appeared to tinker with his left forearm pad before delivering the decisive blow.

2. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff put away the Tonga Kid with his Piledriver at 6:32. The Kid kept "Mr. Wonderful" off balance in the early going with his speed and agility but a missed Drop Kick turned the momentum of the match in Orndorff's favor. "Mr. Wonderful" used a Powerslam off the ropes to set up the finish.

3. Up and coming youngster Paul Roma from Kensington, NY had the fans' support in his bout with Moondog Spot but an undetected smash to the head with Spot's nasty dog bone in the corner led to the pinfall on Roma at 5:18.

4. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and his bodyguard "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton beat the Hillbillies (Uncle Elmer & Hillbilly Jim) at 8:25. Things looked grim for Piper when he was caught in Hillbilly Jim's Bear Hug off the ropes but Orton leapt off the top rope with a clubbing shot to the back of Jim's noggin with his controversial arm cast as Referee Terry Yorkston was sending Uncle Elmer back to his corner. Yorkston turned around to find Piper making the cover and counted the pin.

5. Mike Rotundo electrified the Providence crowd with a victory over Greg "The Hammer" Valentine at 9:30. Valentine was in the process of applying his dreaded Figure Four Leglock when Rotundo caught him in a surprise cradle for the pin.

6. In the Main, Sergeant Slaughter defeated the Iron Sheik at 9:23 in a Boot Camp Match. Slaughter bashed the Sheik in the head with a M*A*S*H stretcher that was at ringside to score the pinfall. Ironically enough, the Sheik had to be carried backstage on the very same stretcher after the bout. The Iron Sheik really took his lumps in this match and was busted open after several Head Butts from the Sarge who was wearing a combat helmet.
GV - Jun 14, 2013 - 08:59 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 6/14/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) 6/14/13 - The Omni, Atlanta, GA. Att: 12,706.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: Ed Capral
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Steve Gregory

1. "Pistol" Pez Whatley defeated the masked Thundefoot #1 with his Flying Willie (Head Butt) at 4:35.

2. Veterans Nelson Royal and "Wild" Bill White were both Counted Out by Referee Steve Gregory at 5:15 as they slugged it out on the floor.

3. Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll) beat Lazer Tron with the Slingshot Suplex at 7:24. Prior to the bout, Tully rudely interrupted Bob Caudle's interview with Lazer Tron at ringside to spout off about a rematch with "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes for the TV Title.

4. Jim Cornette's Midnight Express ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "Sweet" Stan Lane) defeated "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant and his partner "Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez at 8:58. Cornette put another notch in his beloved tennis racket by clubbing Fernandez from behind while the referee's back was turned to set up the pin for "Sweet" Stan.

5. "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin over Ole Anderson by DQ at 9:50. Ole pulled Referee Stu Schwartz in front of himself just as Garvin was about to deliver his "Hands of Stone" KO Punch to draw the disqualification. Schwartz was dazed but fortunately did not catch the full brunt of the blow.

6. In the Main Event, "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ Ivan Koloff and Russian Chain) beat Rick Steamboat at 18:11. Nikita used a distraction from his Uncle Ivan to bash Steamboat with the chain and score the winning pinfall.
GV - Jun 15, 2013 - 09:11 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 6/15/13
TNA Results 6/15/13 - College Park Center, Arlington, VA. Att: 5,230.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & Todd Keneley
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Earl Hebner, Jamie Tucker & Taryn Terrell

1. Knockouts' Title Match. Champion Madison Rayne was able to turn back the challenge of Angelina Love with a little help from her B.F.F. Gail Kim at 5:47. Gail smashed Angelina in the head with the Championship Belt while Madison was arguing with Knockouts' Ref Taryn Terrell. Madison then finished off her woozy opponent with the Rayne Drop (Swinging Neckbreaker against her knee) for the pinfall. Madison Rayne retains the Knockouts' Title !

2. Crimson over Robbie T via Count Out at 4:56. Robbie E came down to ringside and bashed his former Jersey Shore tag team partner in the head with "The List, Bro" clipboard. The blow had little effect on Big Rob but it did manage to draw the ire of the former bouncer who chased Robbie E back to the dressing room for the resulting Count Out.

3. Grudge Match. Consequences Creed (w/ Ron "The Truth" Killings) one-upped his former tag team partner Jay Lethal with a dubious victory at 7:30. Lethal was in the process of suplexing his opponent when Killings reached into the ring and pulled his leg out from under him. Creed landed on top and grabbed a hand full of tights to secure the pin.

4. The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) defeated Father James Mitchell's New Church ("The Monster" Abyss & "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero) at 7:44. Douglas pinned The Pope after Mitchell clocked his own man with an errant loaded Book of the New Church smash.

5. "The It Factor" Bobby Roode put away Chavo Guerrero with The Payoff (Bridging Cradle Suplex) at 9:48. Chavo was distracted throughout the match by the presence of Mexican America members Homicide and Anarquia who came down to ringside to stir up some trouble.

6. TNA World Title Match. "The Icon" Sting successfully defended his title against Aces & Eights' "Sgt. at Arms" Devon (w/ DOC) at 9:33. DOC snuck up onto the apron to interfere but the Stinger corralled him and Devon into a Noggin Knocker and finished off the staggering Sgt. at Arms with the Scorpion Death Drop (Inverted DDT) to score the pinfall. Sting retains the TNA Title !
GV - Jun 17, 2013 - 09:20 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 6/17/13
WCW Results (Early 90's) 6/17/13 - Mathis Civic Center, Valdosta, GA. Att: 3,283.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Bill Alphonso & Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

1. The Diamond Studd (w/ Diamond Dallas Page & the Diamond Doll) defeated Chief Allen Iron Eagle in his WCW debut with the Diamond Death Drop (Razor's Edge) at 3:39. (Note: The Diamond Studd is Scott Hall.)

2. Marcus Alexander Bagwell over Inmate No. 3260 Death Row at 5:03. Bagwell had some difficulty lifting the big man off his feet but managed to pin the Inmate with his Cradle Suplex.

3. Scotty Flamingo & J.T. Southern beat the Young Pistols (Tracy Smothers & Steve Armstrong) at 6:32 when Flamingo ran into the ring and reversed Armstrong's Small Package on Southern while Referee Bill Alphonso was sending Tracy Smothers back to his corner. Alphonso turned around to find Southern on top and counted the pin.

4. Richard Morton of the York Foundation (w/ Executive Director Alexandra York and Head of Security Mr. Hughes) defeated "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer at 6:24. Morton scored the pinfall with a Schoolboy Roll Up from behind while Hammer was jawing with Alexandra York. After the bout, Morton's former Rock & Roll Express tag team partner Robert Gibson entered the ring and demanded to know what was going on Ricky. Gibson was then planted by a Sidewalk Slam from Mr. Hughes in response to his question.

5. "The Z Man" Tom Zenk over Arn Anderson (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) by DQ at 7:57. Arn was caught red-handed bashing Zenk in the head with Dangerously's phone to draw the disqualification from Pee Wee Anderson.

6. "Ravishing" Rick Rude was pinned by Barry Windham at 9:06 when his Rude Awakening (Hangman's Neckbreaker) attempt was reversed into a surprise Backslide.

7. United States Title Match. The challenger, a man called Sting (w/ Spikey blonde hair, face paint and a boatload of charisma) beat the champion Great Muta (w/ "Playboy" Gary Hart) via DQ at 14:25. Muta tried to spit his mysterious Green Mist into the challenger's eyes by Sting was able to duck at the last second leaving Referee Bill Alphonso to take the mist to his face instead. Alphonso staggered out of the green cloud clutching at his eyes and calling for the bell. The Great Muta retains the U.S. Title.
GV - Jun 18, 2013 - 10:51 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 6/18/13
WWF Results (Mid 90's) 6/18/13 - Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT. Att: 11,646.

Announcers: Sean Mooney & Dok Hendrix
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Mike Chioda & Tim White

1. Everyone's favorite garbage man Duke "The Dumpster" Droese (w/ trash can & back support belt) defeated Barry Horowitz with the Trash Compactor (Tilt-A-Whirl Slam off the ropes) at 5:30.

2. Bodydonna Skip (w/ Sunny) beat Max Moon at 6:26. Max took a bad tumble after he was pushed off the top rope by Sunny while attempting a high-risk maneuver. Skip then followed up with a Missile Drop Kick off the top just as Max was getting back to his feet to score the pinfall.

3. "Supreme Fighting Machine" Kama (w/ "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase) over Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly via Count Out at 5:13. Holly was KO'd by a Million Dollar Belt smash OOR from Dibiase while Kama kept Referee Tim White occupied. Holly was down and out for the ten count.

4. Crush defeated Damien Demento by DQ at 6:32. Mike Chioda was tossed out of the ring by Demento to draw the disqualification after the ref tried to examine Damien's knee pad following a suspiciously effective Knee Drop on Crush.

5. WWF Tag Team Title Match. The challengers, "Double J" Jeff Jarrett & his Roadie beat the champs, the Smokin' Gunns (Billy & Bart Gunn) by DQ at 7:07. Bart was caught reversing a guitar smash over the Roadie's noggin by Referee Tim White to draw the disqualification. The Smokin' Gunns retain the belts despite the loss.

6. Jerry "The King" Lawler put away Savio Vega with his patented Falling Punch off the 2nd Rope at 8:26.

7. Intercontinental Title Match. Challenger Psycho Sid pinned champion Bam Bam Bigelow after an undetected Low Blow at 11:51. Sid is the Newwwwwwwww (as only Howard Finkel can announce it) Intercontinental Champion !
GV - Jun 19, 2013 - 10:10 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 6/19/13
AWA Results (Late 70's) 6/19/13 - All-Star Wrestling TV Program, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 792.

Announcers: Rodger Kent & Wally Karbo
Ring Announcer: Rod Trongard
Referees: Marty Miller & Joe Fiorino

1. Rufus R. Jones flattened Herman Schafer with his Freight Train Body Block off the ropes at 4:23.

Interview with Gene Okerlund & AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel

Okerlund hypes the upcoming AWA Title match in St. Paul between Bockwinkel and Andre the Giant.

Okerlund: "Alright, let's bring him in here... the AWA World Champion... here he is, wrestling fans... Nick Bockwinkel accompanied by his manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan."

Bockwinkel comes out beaming a big smile and rubbing his hands together. Heenan drapes a towel around the Champ's neck and gives him a little back rub.

Okerlund: "Nick Bockwinkel, how in the world does one prepare for a match against "The 8th Wonder of the World" Andre the Giant ? The man stands well over seven feet tall and weighs in excess of 400 lbs."

Bockwinkel chuckles to himself.

Okerlund: "You don't seem the least bit concerned ?"

Heenan: "We're not afraid of that carnival freak show are we Champ ?"

Okerlund: "Carnival freak show ! Oh my word !"

Bockwinkel: "While it is true that Andre the Giant is bigger than me, and heavier than me, and stronger than me, the name of the game is wrestling, Mr. Okerlund, wrestling. When I look up on the marquee, it says "wrestling" and that is what I do best. And do you know what else it says on that marquee, Mr. Okerlund ? It says, "Nick Bockwinkel, AWA World Champion". That means that I am the best there is in this sport, and I will show Andre the Giant and all the humanoids at home exactly why I am the best."



2. The Super Destroyer Mark II (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) pinned Peter Sandor Szabo with the Guillotine Clothesline off the ropes at 5:18.

3. Blackie Guzman submitted to "Jumping" Jim Brunzell's Figure Four Leglock at 3:09.

Gene Okerlund interviews "Jumping" Jim Brunzell regarding the upcoming AWA Tag Team Title rematch between the High Flyers and the team of Ray "The Crippler" Stevens and Pat Patterson in St. Paul. Brunzell's partner Greg Gagne comes out in street clothes and joins the discussion. Gagne reveals that he suffered a mild concussion after having his head rammed into the ring post by Patterson in Green Bay last week. Gagne says that he has not yet been cleared to wrestle by the doctors. Gagne asks AWA President Stanley Blackburn to join them and pitches the idea of having his father Verne replace him for this match. The fans go wild over Greg's suggestion ! Blackburn agrees, but with the stipulation that the tag belts are still on the line should Patterson and Stevens win.

4. The Heenan Family (Blackjack Lanza & Big, Bad Bobby Duncum) destroyed "Sodbuster" Kenny Jay and his partner "The Master of Savate" Peter Lee. Lanza pinned Lee with a Brainbuster at 4:33.

Gene Okerlund brings out Andre the Giant to discuss his Battle Royal win and subsequent championship match against Nick Bockwinkel. Andre receives a huge ovation and waves to the fans at ringside. Okerlund has to strain to hold the microphone up for Andre to speak. (We see in the background that Lanza and Duncum have not yet left the ring following their tag team match. They are huddled together in a corner and conferring with Bobby "The Brain" Heenan.) Andre says that he's ready but before he can continue the Heenan Family suddenly attacks him from behind. Lanza and Duncum take Andre off his feet and go after the Giant's right knee. Heenan has a chair and bashes it repeatedly on the knee. Andre growls in pain. Help finally comes from the back as the Crusher runs in with a chair of his own to clean house of the heels. Ironically enough, Crusher was the last man eliminated in the Battle Royal by Andre to earn the $20,000 prize and the title shot against Bockwinkel.

5. Billy Robinson put away Jan Nelson with a Double Underhook Suplex at 5:09.

Rodger Kent and Gene Okerlund close the show with a somber progress report on Andre's condition. They say that Andre has been taken to the hospital for x-rays on his knee and speculate as to the extent of the injury.
GV - Jun 20, 2013 - 09:51 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 6/20/13
UWF Results (Late 80's) 6/20/13 - Muskogee Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. Att: 5,005.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Cowboy" Bill Watts
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Carl Fergie

1. "Louisville Slugger" Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Jim Cornette) crushed Davey Haskins with a Splash off the top rope at 3:23.

2. The Angel of Death (w/ Sunshine) over Brett Sawyer (w/ "Mad Dog" Buzz Sawyer) at 5:31. The Angel sent Brett crashing into brother Buzz who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. Brett staggered right into the Death Wish (Flying Clothesline off the 2nd rope) for the pinfall.

3. The Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Roberts w/ Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy) defeated Los Guerreros (Chavo & Mando Guerrero) at 7:29. Referee Tommy Gilbert had his hands full trying to maintain order as all four men battled it out. Gordy snuck into the ring amidst all the chaos and joined in with Buddy Roberts to deliver a Double DDT onto Mando behind the Ref's back. Gilbert finally turned around to find Roberts making the cover and counted the pin.

4. Looking to cash in on Terry Taylor's bounty, Eli the Eliminator was DQ'd in his match against "Gentleman" Chris Adams at 6:43 after wrapping General Skandor Akbar's headdress around Adams neck and hanging him over the top rope. Sting rushed out to make the save and chase off Eli.

5. UWF TV Title Match. Challenger Shane Douglas defeated the Champion "Nature Boy" Buddy Landel by DQ when Landel's valet Missy Hyatt ran into the ring to break up the pin after Douglas connected with his Belly to Belly Suplex off the ropes at 8:03. Buddy Landel retains the TV Title.

6. In the Main Event, Ted Dibiase brought the fans to their feet after pinning Lord Humongous (w/ Downtown Bruno) at 9:40. It looked like curtains for Dibiase when Lord Humongous was hoisting him up for a Powerbomb, but Ted managed to flip out of it and plant Humongous with a Facebuster for the pinfall.
statfreak - Jun 20, 2013 - 10:45 AM
Post subject: RE: UWF Results 6/20/13
I missed me from the UWF show. Sad Very Happy

The Freebirds and Eli the Elminator! Just needed a little Eddie Gilbert and that would have been an almost perfect card!

Thanks again for taking the time to report your results.
GV - Jun 20, 2013 - 12:00 PM
Post subject: RE: UWF Results 6/20/13
"Jolting" Joe,

We know that you've been embroiled in this controversial bounty that Terry Taylor has placed upon the head of "Gentleman" Chris Adams in recent weeks. When UWF owner "Cowboy" Bill Watts showed up in Muskogee to do the show with Jim Ross, we suspected that more foul play from Taylor was afoot. I'm both happy and relieved to see that you are fine and look forward to you resuming your broadcast postion beside Ol' JR at the announcers' table for future UWF shows ! Smile
GV - Jun 21, 2013 - 09:10 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 6/21/13
WWWF Results (Late 70's) 6/21/13 - Parsippany Hills High School, Parsippany, NJ. Att: 885.

Ring Announcer: Parsippany High Varsity Football Coach Dean Reynolds
Referee: Gilberto Roman

1. "Butcher" Paul Vachon from the Wiles of Canada defeated Lee Wong from Hong Kong with a Double Axe Handle off the ropes at 4:12.

2. "Quick Draw" Rick McGraw pinned Davey O'Hannon with a Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron at 5:04.

3. The Fabulous Moolah beat Wenona Little Heart at 6:14 when the momentum of Wenona's Flying Cross Body Press put Moolah on top for the pin.

4. Six Man Tag Match. Tony Garea, Dean Ho and barefoot "Country Boy" Haystacks Calhoun (w/ Lucky Horseshoe) defeated the trio of "The Unpredictable" Johnny Rodz, Jose Estrada & Gypsy Rodriguez at 5:54. Gypsy was pinned by big Haystacks who sat on his chest after all three heels had been corralled into a crushing Corner Avalanche by the Country Boy.

5. In the Main Event, youngster Steve Travis gave Stan "The Man" Stasiak all he could handle before going down to the Heart Punch at 14:44.
GV - Jun 23, 2013 - 08:32 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 6/23/13
WWF Results (Late 80's) 6/23/13 - Westchester County Civic Center, White Plains, NY. Att: 4,794.

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Mike McGuirk
Referees: John Benello & Joey Marella

1. King Kong Bundy (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) flattened Jim Powers with the Atlantic City Avalanche at 2:45. Bundy demanded a 5 Count from Referee John Benello on the pin.

2. "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan (w/ 2 x 4, "Ho !!" & a big thumbs up) defeated Johnny K-9 with the Running Forearm from a 3 Point Stance at 3:24.

3. The Junk Yard Dog pinned Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart (w/ Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart) at 8:34 after reversing a smash to the noggin with Hart's megaphone.

4. The popular Buchwhackers (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) put away "The Doctor of Style" Slick's team of the Bolsheviks (Nikolai Volkoff & Boris Zhukov) at 7:20. Cousin Luke made the pin after the Bushwhackers combined for their Battering Ram finisher on Zhukov.

5. Haku beat the WWF Intercontinental Champion Honky Tonk Man (w/ Jimmy Hart & Bobby Soxer Peggy Sue) by DQ at 7:25 in a non-title match. Peggy Sue tried to spray perfume into Haku's eyes but accidently blinded Referee Joey Marella with it instead to draw the disqualification.

6. The Ultimate Warrior (w/ the Ultimate Nonsensical Interview prior to the match and a Rope-Shaking Entrance) defeated Hercules Hernandez (w/ 10 Feet of Chain and Bobby Heenan) at 8:46. The Warrior pinned Hernandez with a Gorilla Press Slam followed by a Running Splash.
GV - Jun 24, 2013 - 09:13 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 6/24/13
AWA Results (Mid to Late 80's) 6/24/13 - Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL. Att: 11,638.

Announcers: Lee Marshall & "Ringside" Ralph Strangis
Ring Announcer: Donna Gagne
Referees: Robert Warren & "Benchwarmer" Bob Lurtsema

1. Soldad Ustinov (w/ Russian Flag & Teijo Khan) pinned Jesse Hernandez with a Big Boot to the chops off the ropes.

2. Ladies World Title Tournament Finals. "Sensational" Sherri Martel and "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter were both DQ'd at 6:21 for pushing Referee Robert Warren down to the mat. A rematch has been scheduled next week by AWA President Stanley Blackburn.

3. D.J. Peterson from St. Joseph, MO won by Count Out over Larry Zbyszko's mysterious ninja from the Orient, Mr. Go at 5:25. Bob Lurtsema, who call's himself "The People's Referee", got under the skin of Zbyszko for repeatedly warning Mr. Go about his martial arts tactics in the ring. Zbyszko had enough and pulled Go from the ring. Lurtsema was more than happy to issue the ten count as Mr. Go walked out on the match and returned to the dressing room.

4. Leon "Baby Bull" White over "The Mercenary from South Africa" Colonel Debeers by DQ at 7:02. "The Champion of Apartheid" was caught red-handed smashing White in the head with his swagger stick. Referee Robert Warren immediately called for the bell and was then prompty tossed out of the ring by Debeers who continued his assault on Leon White. Sergeant Slaughter ran out to make the save.

5. "Playboy" Buddy Rose (w/ "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers) won by Count Out over Baron Von Raschke at 8:15. Somers got in several cheap shots during the match to draw the wrath of the goose-stepping Von Raschke. The Baron was finally able to catch Somers in his Iron Claw Hold OOR but was counted out in the process.

6. AWA World Tag Team Title Match. The Champion Midnight Rockers (Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels) successfully defended their belts against the challengers, the Destruction Crew (Wayne "The Train" Bloom & "Mean" Mike Enos) at 8:23. Michaels pinned Enos after Wayne Bloom accidentaly smashed his own partner in the head with one of the tag team belts. The Rockers retain the titles.

7. Steel Cage Match. Bruiser Brody (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over "America's Hero" Sergeant Slaughter at 12:15. The Sarge leveled Brody with a Flying Clothesline off the 2nd rope and was about to exit the cage when Colonel Debeers ran down to ringside and slammed the cage door into Slaughter's face. Brody was able to climb out of the cage to victory as a results of Debeer's interference.
GV - Jun 25, 2013 - 10:22 AM
Post subject: WCCW Results 6/25/13
World Class Results (Mid 80's) 6/25/13 - The Oil Palace, Tyler, TX. Att: 6,274.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Fritz Von Erich
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Rick Hazzard & "Reliable" Ralph Pulley

1. "Lone Star" Rusty Brooks put up a good fight but went down to Billy Jack's Full Nelson at 4:14.

2. "Latin Heartthrob" Al Perez (w/ General Skandor Akbar) over Johnny Mantel by submission with the Spinning Toe Hold at 5:38.

3. "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas defeated the Grappler (Len Denton under a mask) at 7:15. The Grappler was caught off guard while jawing with some fans at ringside and Drop Kicked from behind into the corner turnbuckle. The Grappler staggered backwards into a Schoolboy Rollup by Atlas for the pinfall.

4. The Pretty Young Things (Koko Ware & Norvell Austin) over the Rock & Roll RPMs (Mike Davis & Tommy Lane) by DQ at 6:19. Referee Ralph Pulley caught Davis trying to smash Koko with the PYT's boombox and called for the bell.

5. "Ravishing" Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) defeated "Cowboy" Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) at 8:30. Percy reached into the ring and pulled Casey's leg out from under him on a Suplex attempt causing Rude to fall on top for the pin.

6. In the Main Event, Kevin Von Erich over "The Mongolian Monster" Killer Khan (w/ Taped Thumb & "Playboy" Gary Hart) at 9:49. During the bout, Hart removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle, however it was Kevin who took advantage of it by reversing a head smash to the exposed steel. Killer Khan bled profusely prompting Referee Rick Hazzard to stop the bout and award the match to Von Erich.
GV - Jun 26, 2013 - 11:17 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 6/26/13
WCW/n.W.o. Results (Circa Late 90's) 6/26/13 - Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV. Att: 10,117.

Announcers: Mike Tenay & "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko
Ring Announcer: Lee Marshall
Referees: Scott Dickinson & Johnny Boone.

1. "The Dark Angel" Vampiro (w/ the Insane Clown Posse) finished off "Ragin' Cajun" Lash Leroux with the Nail in the Coffin (Michinoku Driver) at 4:31.

2. The Filthy Animals (Konnan & Rey Mysterio Jr.) beat Leia Meow's Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi & Yang) at 5:27. Rey pinned Hayashi with the West Coast Pop (Springboard Hurricanrana).

3. The match between Perry Saturn and Meng was declared a "No Contest" by Referee Johnny Boone when both men brawled back to the locker room before the bell even rang to officially start the match.

4. KroniK (Brian Adams & Bryan Clark) over the Natural Born Thrillers (Mark Jindrak & Sean O'Haire w/ "Above Average" Mike Sanders) via Count Out at 7:34. Jindrak was given the High Times (Double Chokeslam) through the announcers' table and could not recover in time to make Referee Scott Dickinson's ten count.

5. WCW Cruiserweight Title Match. Challenger Billy Kidman (w/ Torrie Wilson) defeated the Champion, "Sugar" Shane Helms (w/ Shannon Moore) in an exciting and dangerous Ladder Match to with the Cruiserweight Title. Helms was but a fingertip away from grabbing and retaining his belt which dangled from the rafters above the ring when Kidman pushed the ladder over and sent the champion flying over the top rope and crashing onto Shannon Moore on the floor. Kidman was then able to set up the ladder and retrieve the belt to win the Cruiserweight Title.

6. "Crippler" Chris Benoit and Raven were both DQ'd by Johnny Boone at 8:06 in an out-of-control brawl around ringside that involved chairs, a trash can and the house microphone.

7. In the Main Event, Diamond Dallas Page defeated "The Total Package" Lex Luger (w/ Liz) at 11:50. DDP and Luger were both laid out after a mid-ring collision off the ropes. While Referee Scott Dickinson argued with Liz, the fickle Kimberly Page ran into the ring and layed her estranged husband's arm across Luger's chest. Dickinson turned around and counted the pin.
GV - Jun 27, 2013 - 08:26 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 6/27/13
WWF Results (Early to Mid 80's) 6/27/13 - Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD. Att: 8,075.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Pat Patterson
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. The masked Invaders defeated the tandem of "Big" Ron Shaw & Dave Barbie at 4:29. Invader II pinned Barbie with a Senton Splash off the top rope.

2. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Russian National Anthem & Classy Freddie Blassie) over Salvatore Bellomo with a Military Press to a Backbreaker across the knee at 3:55.

3. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka gave the fans what they wanted to see - the Superfly Splash off the top rope to pin his opponent "Gentleman" Jerry Valiant at 4:20.

4. Big John Studd (w/ $5,000 Body Slam Challenge & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) defeated Tony Garea at 5:37. Tony missed a corner charge and ran full steam into Studd's Big Boot leading to the pinfall. Garea tried to cash in on the Body Slam Challenge at one point but Studd grabbed the top rope to block the maneuver and clubbed Tony with a big forearm smash to the back.

5. Captain Lou Albano's Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika) defeated the Strongbows (Jay & Jules) at 8:24. The Samoans combined for Double Falling Head Butt on Jules to score the winning pinfall while Jay Strongbow was leveling Captain Lou with a Tomahawk Chop to the noggin.

6. WWF Intercontinental Match. The Magnificent Muraco (w/ the devious Mr. Fuji) turned back challenger Tito Santana to successfully retain his title at 10:11. Muraco bashed Santana in the head with the Intercontinental Belt while Mr. Fuji kept Referee Dusty Feldbaumer distracted. Feldbaumer turned around to find Muraco making the cover on the KO'd Santana and counted the pin.
GV - Jun 28, 2013 - 10:21 AM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 6/28/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) 6/28/13 - Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, VA. Att: 12,360.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Johnny Weaver
Ring Announcer: David Crockett
Referees: Walter Buckner & Tommy Young

1. "Downtown" Denny Brown pinned George South with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes at 4:31.

2. The New Breed (Chris Champion & Sean Royal) over the Mulkey Brothers (Bill & Randy) at 4:40. Champion pinned Bill with a Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope.

3. Chief Wahoo McDaniel over American Starship Eagle (a young Danny Spivey) at 5:12. The Chief connected with a Falling Back Hand Chop to the head to score the pinfall on Eagle.

4. The Barbarian (w/ "No.1" Paul Jones) over Don Kernodle by Count Out at 6:55. Kernodle was KO'd by a Cane Shot from Paul Jones OOR while the Barbarian kept Referee Walter Buckner occupied. Kernodle could not answer the subsequent ten count.

5. NWA TV Title Match. Champion "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes turned back the challenger Krusher Khruschev (w/ Ivan Koloff) at 7:23. Khruschev came within an eyelash of winning the belt after a vicious Russian Sickle. While Krusher and Koloff argued with Referee Tommy Young over an alleged slow count, Dusty snuck up from behind with a Schoolboy Roll Up to pin Khruschev and retain the TV Title.

6. "Outlaw" Ron Bass (w/ J.J. Dillon in a beige tuxedo) over Barry Windham by Count Out at 8:05. With both men brawling OOR, the momentum from a Windham haymaker sent Bass up onto the apron where he was able to roll back inside the ring just as Referee Walter Buckner's count was about to reach ten. Barry could not believe it.

7. NWA United States Title Match. Champion Magnum T.A. defeated his challenger Arn Anderson (w/ Ole Anderson) at 12:11. Arn was knocked silly when he was sent crashing into Ole who had run into the ring to interfere. The woozy Arn staggered around right into Magnum's signature Belly to Belly Suplex for the pin. Magnum retains the United States Title.
GV - Jun 29, 2013 - 08:57 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 6/29/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Late 70's) 6/29/13 - Eddie Graham Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL. Att: 4,412.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Coach John Heath
Ring Announcer: Barbara Clary
Referees: Stu Schwartz, Scrappy McGowan & Bill Alphonso

1. The team of Joyce Grable & Vicki Williams defeated the Glamour Girls (Leilani Kai & Judy Martin) by DQ at 5:21. Martin was caught slugging Vicki Williams with the house microphone by Referee Stu Schwartz to draw the disqualification.

2. Big Bill Dromo put away Phil Mercado at 4:06 after reversing a head smash to an exposed turnbuckle that Mercado had removed the padding from earlier in the match.

3. The House of Humperdink (Beautiful Beauregarde & Siegfried Stanke w/ Sir Oliver Humperdink) over the tandem of Butch Cassidy & Pete Austin at 4:33. Stanke pinned Cassidy with a Knee Drop off the top rope.

4. "Lumberjack" Jos Leduc (w/ Sonny King) defeated Tiger Conway Jr. by disqualification at 6:46 after Tiger was caught reversing a chair shot on Leduc by Referee Bill Alphonso. Prior to the match, the ornery Lumberjack earned bonus heel points for tearing up a youngster's cardboard sign during his ring entrance.

5. Lights Out Brass Knucks Match. Rocky Johnson beat the Missouri Mauler at 7:30. The Mauler was staggered by a left hook from Rocky and dropped his knucks in the process. Rocky quickly retrieved the extra pair and KO'd his opponent with the Johnson Shuffle (3 Rapid Fire Left Jabs followed by a Right Cross).

6. The Assassin (w/ signature yellow mask and black trim) defeated Jimmy Garvin via Count Out at 9:06. As the action spilled OOR, the masked man appeared to sneak some sort of foreign object under his hood and KO Garvin with a Head Butt. Jimmy was down and out on the floor for the ten count.
GV - Jun 30, 2013 - 08:17 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 6/30/13
Smoky Mountain Results 6/30/13 - Knoxville Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, TN. Att: 3,003.

Announcers: Chip Kessler & "Dirty" Dutch Mantel
Ring Announcer: Rich Landrum
Referees: Ron Sexton & Mac MacMurray

1. "Dr. D" David Schultz put away "Jumping" Joey Maggs with a Back Elbow Smash off the 2nd rope at 3:55.

2. "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton (w/ Jim Cornette) & Ric McCord were both counted out by Referee Mac MacMurray as they brawled into the concession stands of the lobby at 7:51.

3. The Hitmen (Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster & Killer Kyle w/ "Green Onions" entrance music) defeated the Batten Twins (Bart & Brad) at 6:12. With all four men battling in the ring, Killer Kyle pinned Bart Batten with the Rub Out (Sidewalk Slam) amidst the chaos. Referee Ron Sexton made the count despite Kyle not being the legal man in the ring for his team at the time.

4. "Hangman" Bobby Jaggers dipped down into the tights for a hidden foreign object to KO Brad Armstrong with a Loaded Punch for the pinfall at 6:37.

5. Smoky Mountain TV Title Match. The Dirty White Boy (w/ the help of his Dirty White Girl Kimberly) defeated the TV Champion Jerry Oates at 7:09. Oates was in the process of applying his Spinning Toe Hold finisher when Kimberly blinded him with a face full of powder. The Dirty White Boy quickly cradled his blinded opponent for the tainted pin. Dirty White Boy is the newwwww TV Champion !

6. Jimmy Golden (w/ Robert Fuller & Miss Sylvia) over "Wildfire" Tommy Rich via Count Out at 9:31. Tommy got caught up in an altercation with Fuller OOR and completely lost track of Ron Sexton's ten count.
GV - Jul 02, 2013 - 10:23 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 7/02/13
WCW Results (Early 90's) 7/02/13 - Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX. Att: 4,941.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & "American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
Ring Announcer: Rick Stewart
Referees: Robarb Jones & Randy "Pee Wee" Anderson

1. Flyin' Brian Pillman over "Scrap Iron" Bill Ford with the Air Pillman (Springboard Clothesline off the top rope) at 3:31.

2. El Gigante pinned Vinnie Vegas (w/ Diamond Dallas Page) with a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes at 4:11.

3. Kevin Sullivan's Varsity Club (Syracuse University's Mike Rotundo & the University of Michigan's "Dog-Faced" Gremlin" Rick Steiner) defeated the Patriots (Todd Champion & Firebreaker Chip) at 5:14. Rotundo pinned Champion with the Airplane Spin. After the bout, Rick Steiner got into a confrontation with his brother Scott who had joined the announcers' table to provide guest commentary for the bout.

4. "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Paul E. Dangerously) pinned 2 Cold Scorpio with his Brainbuster at 5:23 after turning the tide of the match with a smash from Dangerously's phone.

5. Robert Gibson over the York Foundation's "Head of Security" Mr. Hughes (w/ Executive Director Alexandra York & Richard Morton) by DQ at 6:26. Robert had Mr. Hughes on the brink of submission with his Gibson Leglock (Modified Figure Four) when his former tag team partner Ricky Morton ran into the ring and bashed him from behind with Alexandra York's laptop computer.

6. "Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes at 9:21. The "Nature Boy" quickly gained the upper hand and set out to embarrass Dusty's son by slapping him around and mussing up Dustin's hair, but a spirited comeback by "The Natural" soon had Flair reeling. "Slick" Ric was on his knees begging for mercy in the corner when he connected with a Low Blow and pinned Dustin with both feet on the ropes for additional leverage. Dusty had some choice words for Flair and ran in with a Bionic Elbow to the Nature Boy's noggin' as the fans roared in approval !
GV - Jul 03, 2013 - 09:26 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 7/03/13
AWA Results (Late 70's) 7/03/13 - St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN. Att: 14,880.

Announcers: Rodger Kent & grounded "High Flyer" Greg Gagne
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Larry Lisowski & Jack Pesek

1. Buck Zumhoffe fell for the ol' fake handshake/kick to the midsection ploy from Steve Regal to begin the bout but made a spirited comeback. Both men took the action OOR where they were counted out by Referee Larry Lisowski at 6:09.

2. Special Midget Tag Team Attraction. The duo of Lord Littlebrook and Sonny Boy Hayes defeated the Haiti Kid and his partner Sky Low Low at 5:02. At one point all four of the little people piled on top of Referee Jack Pesek. The flustered ref gave them all a stern warning before allowing the match to continue. Lord Littlebrook pinned the Haiti Kid with a Running Senton Splash for the victory.

3. Super Destroyer Mark II (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) beat Ron Ritchie with a Guillotine (Clothesline) off the ropes at 5:43.

4. Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Blackjack Lanza & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) was DQ'd for smashing Larry "The Axe" Hennig across the back with a folding chair at 8:43.

5. Angelo "King Kong" Mosca (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) over Mighty Igor Vodik via Count Out at 7:23. The Mighty Igor was baited into a confrontation on the floor with Mosca's pompous manager. Igor put the squeeze on Lord Alfred with his Polish Bear Hug but Mosca leapt off the apron with a Double Axe Handle to Vodik's back to break the hold. Igor was down and out for the ten count after having his head smashed onto the timekeeper's bell by Mosca.

6. AWA World Tag Team Title Match. The challengers Pat Patterson & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens defeated the Champs, the High Flyers ("Jumping" Jim Brunzell and Verne Gagne who was allowed to substitute for his injured son Greg by AWA President Stanley Blackburn.) Jim Brunzell was counted out at 9:47 after being bashed in the head with one of the Tag Team championship belts by Ray Stevens. Despite the loss, the High Flyers retain the titles.

7. AWA World Championship Main Event. Champion Nick Bockwinkel (w/ Monogrammed Towel draped around his neck and Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) vs. the Challenger, Andre the Giant (w/ Noticable Limp and a Giant-Sized Chip on his shoulder from a Heenan Family ambush on his right knee last week). Andre was granted this title shot by the AWA Championship Committee for winning a Battle Royal in Green Bay a few weeks back.

Q: What's worse than having to defend your title against Andre the Giant ?

A: Having to defend your title against an ANGRY Andre the Giant !

Perhaps it was a diabolical strategy concocted in the devious minds of Bobby Heenan and Nick Bockwinkel to retain the AWA belt, but Andre the Giant's temper got the better of him in this championship match and the challenger was DQ'd by Referee Larry Lisowski at 15:24 for sending Nick Bockwinkel over the top rope and crashing on top of his manager Bobby Heenan on the floor. The disqualification only seemed to enrage the Giant all the more as Andre lumbered out after the Champ and sent Bockwinkel reeling back to the dressing room with a crushing Head Butt. Bobby Heenan, back-peddling and begging for mercy from the Giant, somehow managed to allude Andre's grasp and ran for his life. Nick Bockwinkel retains the AWA Title.
GV - Jul 04, 2013 - 09:19 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 7/04/13
TNA Results 7/04/13 - The Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,392.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay, "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz & Todd Keneley
Ring Announcer: Christy Hemme
Referees: Earl Hebner, Brian Stiffler & Taryn Terrell

1. Christian York defeated Robbie E from the Jersey Shore with help from Big Robbie T at 4:41. Robbie E was very fidgety during this match and kept looking around for his former bouncer and tag team partner Rob Terry to appear. Sure enough, the big man did come down to ringside mid-match. His presence alone was enough to distract Robbie E into falling victim to York's Mood Swing (Swinging Neckbreaker) finisher for the pinfall.

2. Knockouts Match. Spunky Taeler Hendrix was taken to school by Miss Tessmacher and pinned with the Tess-Shocker (Belly to Back Facebuster) at 3:01.

3. Truth or Consequences (Ron "The Truth" Killings & Consequences Creed) beat Ink, Inc. (Shannon Moore & Jesse Neal) at 5:43. Killings was able to sidestep Jesse Neal's Running Spear in the corner causing Neal to ram his shoulder into the ring post. "The Truth" quickly cradled his injured opponent with a handful of tights to score the pinfall. Truth or Consequences drew tremendous heat in the Impact Zone to earn bonus heel points.

4. A.J. Styles brought a new, aggressive attitude to the ring with him and was disqualified in his match against Kid Kash at 8:00. A.J. dominated the bout but became agitated with Senior Official Earl Hebner after what he considered to be a slow count following a Kid Kash kick out on a pin attempt. Styles pushed Hebner down to the mat and stormed out of the ring.

5. X Divison Title Match. Challenger Zema Ion thought he had things going his way after spraying the Champ, Samoa Joe, in the eyes with his hair spray however it was not to be. Ion climbed up to the top rope only to be caught in Joe's Muscle Buster (High Angle Fisherman's Suplex) for the pin. Samoa Joe retains the X Division Title.

6. In the Main Event, the self-professed "Greatest Man Who Ever Lived" Austin Aries defeated "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle with help from "The It Factor" Bobby Roode at 17:10. With Referee Brian Stiffler knocked down in the action and Aries tapping out to Kurt's Ankle Lock submission hold, Roode raced into the ring and smashed Angle from behind with a folding chair. Roode dragged Aries on top of the KO'd Kurt and high-tailed it out of the ring as Stiffler crawled over to make the three count.

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY EVERYONE !!
GV - Jul 05, 2013 - 09:12 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 7/05/13
WWF Results (Early to Mid 90's) 7/05/13 - Memorial Auditorium, Lowell, MA. Att: 2,926.

Announcers: Todd Pettengill & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Mel Phillips
Referee: Bill Alphonso

1. The Roadie (w/ "Double J" Jeff Jarrett) put away Duane Gill with a DDT at 3:07.

2. The Headshrinkers (Fatu & Samu w/ Samoan Afa & Captain Lou Albano) over Harvey Whippleman's team of Well Dunn (Timothy Well & Steven Dunn) at 5:29. Fatu pinned Steven Dunn with a Big Splash off the top rope.

3. Hakushi (w/ Shinja) beat the 1-2-3 Kid with a Slingshot Senton Splash into the ring from the apron at 6:51.

King's Court Segment

Jerry Lawler's guest was none other than Razor Ramon who came out to a huge pop from the crowd. Lawler proceeded to belittle his guest by inquiring if Razor's immigration paperwork was in order. Ramon did not take kindly to the remark, nor did he appreciate The King asking him to mow his lawn this coming weekend. Razor flicked his toothpick in Lawler's face and walked off the set.


4. "King of Harts" Owen Hart appeared to be in trouble when his opponent Adam Bomb caught his foot while Hart was attempting a Roundhouse Kick, however Owen turned it into an Enziguri to score the pinfall at 5:43.

5. Oozing machismo, Razor Ramon received a huge ovation during his ring entrance but his opponent Dr. Isaac Yankem, D.D.S. spoiled the party by pinning Ramon with help from Jerry Lawler at 7:49. Still steaming from being upstaged by Razor during his King's Court segment, Lawler saw an opening when Referee Bill Alphonso was knocked down in the action. The King left the announcers' table and crowned Razor from behind with his scepter just as Ramon was about to hoist Yankem up for the Razor's Edge. Ramon crumpled to the canvas and Yankem hooked a leg as Alphonso recovered to count the pin.

6. The team of "HBK" Shawn Michaels and his bodyguard "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel defeated Johnny Polo's Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre) at 8:30. Diesel pinned Jacques after Pierre accidently clocked his own partner with Johnny's polo mallet.
GV - Jul 07, 2013 - 09:14 AM
Post subject: UWF Results 7/07/13
UWF Results (Mid to Late 80's) 7/07/13 - Irish McNeil's Boy's Club, Shreveport, LA. Att: 1,055.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Jerry Usher & Tommy Gilbert

Jim Ross: "Hello again, Ladies & Gentlemen, and welcome to UWF All Star Wrestling. Joining me this evening to call all the action is my broadcast partner "Jolting" Joe Bryan. Joe, it's good to have you back with us. I understand that you did a little investigating into this ongoing Terry Taylor situation while you were away?"

Joe Bryan: "It's great to be back with you and all the great fans of the UWF, Jim. Terry Taylor has claimed for weeks now that he does not have medical clearance to wrestle due to "injuries" sustained at the hands of "Gentleman" Chris Adams. Well, I did some digging and had quite an interesting conversation with Dr. Arthur Stone who was the physician that treated Taylor following the Adam's match. We are trying to make arrangements for Dr. Stone to appear on our program and share his findings with us."

Jim Ross: "We look forward to what Dr. Stone has to say, Joe. In the meantime, we have Taylor's bounty to deal with. As you know, fans, Terry Taylor has placed a $5,000 bounty on the head of Chris Adams. Taylor has been carrying around a Halliburton suitcase of cash for any man who can put Adams out of wrestling for good. We saw Devastation Incorporated's Eli the Eliminator nearly collect last week."

Joe Bryan: "UWF Commissioner John Ayers has got to take another look at this bounty situation, Jim. We're talking about a man's livelihood, here. There's no place in wrestling for this sort of thing."

Jim Ross: "I couldn't agree with you more, Joe. Let's head down to ringside for our first match featuring exciting youngster Steve Cox !"



1. Steve "Do It To It" Cox pinned Gustavo Mendoza with a Russian Leg Sweep at 4:01.


2. Veteran Art Crews was flattened by a Corner Avalanche from his opponent, Devastation Incorporated's Bad, Bad Leroy Brown, and then finished off with a Big Splash at 4:26. After the bout, Brown's manager General Skandor Akbar got in a few stomps to Crews while Referee Tommy Gilbert admonished Leroy for his actions.


Ringside Interview with Joe Bryan and "Gentleman" Chris Adams.

Joe Bryan: "Chris, you can't be happy with this dangerous bounty situation."

Chris Adams: "It's like living in a bloody shooting gallery, Joe. Where ever I go, I've got to have eyes in the back of me head, mate. They're coming out of the bloody woodwork they are."

Joe Bryan: "Sting has been a great ally for you, Chris, hasn't he ? He's really stood beside you through this."

Chris Adams: "Yes he has, Joe. Sting is a man that I know I can depend on and..."

(Adams attention is suddenly diverted to a figure lurking in the shadows off camera. We see that it is Big Bubba Rogers who is jawing with Adams.)

Chris Adams (to Bubba): "You want a piece of me, mate, eh ? Is that it ? Have a go then ! Come on !"

Joe Bryan: "Look Out !!"

("Wild" Bill Irwin rushes at Adams from out of nowhere but Adams somehow sees him coming and levels Irwin with a Superkick. Adams grabs a folding chair to keep Big Bubba and Irwin at bay. Sting rushes in and the two bounty hunters beat a hasty retreat.)

Chris Adams: "You'll pay for this, Taylor !! I promise you, mate ! You're a yellow dog, Taylor ! I beat you to a bloody pulp once before and I'll do it again if I ever get my hands on you !!"



3. "Dr. Death" Steve Williams electrified the crowd with his Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) to pin Jack Victory at 5:07.


Ringside Interview with Joe Bryan, "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert & Missy Hyatt.

Joe Bryan: "Alright, Eddie Gilbert, what in the world is going on with Terry Taylor and when will we see him in the ring again?"

Eddie Gilbert: "It's not for me to say, Joe. The doctors have not cleared him to..."

Joe Bryan: "Wait a minute - stop right there - I spoke to the doctor myself and he has quite a different story than what you're telling us here !"

Eddie Gilbert: "What ?? Who'd you talk to, Bryan ?? Why wasn't I told ??"

Joe Bryan: "Don't give me the business, Gilbert !! Terry Taylor can wrestle any time he pleases and you know it !! (The fans roar !) The fact is that Taylor is afraid to get in the ring with Chris Adams !!" (Another roar from the crowd !)

Eddie Gilbert: "The fact is that you don't know what you're talking about, Bryan !! Terry Taylor can't wait to get back in the ring !! He and I are shooting for the Fantastics and those UWF Tag Team Titles but we have to wait for Terry to be cleared by the doctors !! Tell him, Pumpkin !!"

(Joe turns to Missy Hyatt while Gilbert tries to quiet the crowd.)

Joe Bryan: "How about it, Missy Hyatt ? Do you have anything to add ?"

(Missy is flipping through the pages of a fashion magazine. She shows Joe a picture of some high heels.)

Missy Hyatt: "Do you think these shoes would go with my outfit, Joe Bryan ?"

Joe Bryan: "I can care less about your shoes, Missy. Where is Terry Taylor ?"

Missy Hyatt: "Oh, he's around here somewhere. (Missy is back to her fashion magazine.) This Louis Vuitton purse is just devine for Summer. I wonder if it comes in mauve ?"

(Joe rolls his eyes. He's heard enough.)

Joe Bryan: "I think that's all we're going to get out of these two, fans. Let's get back to the ring for our next match."



4. Big Russian Kortsia Korchenko missed a corner charge and staggered right into "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan's Running Forearm from a 3-Point Stance to set up the winning pinfall at 7:56.


A roving cameraman finds all three Fabulous Freebirds huddled together backstage discussing the bounty on Chris Adams. "Get that damn camera outta here !" Michael Hayes shouts as Buddy Roberts covers the lens with his hand. Roberts pushes the cameraman out of the locker room and slams the door in his face.


5. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) won by DQ over the Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & "White Lightning" Tim Hoerner) at 8:36. Fed up with the Sheepherders relentless cheating, Tim Hoerner cracked Cousin Luke over the back with the Kiwi's own flag pole. Unfortunately for Hoerner, Referee Jerry Usher saw the infraction and called for the bell.


6. Sam Houston won by DQ over Fabulous Freebird Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy at 9:08. Houston connected with his Bulldog finisher out of the corner but the subsequent pin attempt was broken up when Freebirds Michael P.S. Hayes and Buddy Roberts entered the ring. The outnumbered and corned Houston looked like he was in a world of trouble until "Gentleman" Chris Adams and Sting suddenly ran in to even the odds.


Jim Ross: "We've got us a stand off here, Ladies & Gentlemen !! This thing can blow like a powder keg at any minute !!"

Joe Bryan: "A lot of finger-pointing and jabbering goin' on in that ring, Jim, but no punches being thrown so far !!"

Jim Ross: "I tell you, Joe, it's that damn bounty of Terry Taylor's !! We're outta time !! We're outta time !! Join us again next week for more exciting UWF action !!"

GV - Jul 08, 2013 - 11:09 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 7/08/13
WWF Results (Late 80's) 7/08/13 - Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 14,550

Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse "The Body" Ventura
Ring Announcer: "Mean" Gene Okerlund
Referees: Danny Davis & Mike Chioda

1. "The Birdman" Koko B. Ware (w/ Frankie) pinned the Brooklyn Brawler (w/ stogie) after the Ghostbuster (Brainbuster) at 5:42.

2. Zeus (w/ no talent & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Outback Jack (also w/ no talent but w/ a boomerang) at 6:33. Zeus clobbered Jack with his own boomerang while Referee Danny Davis was preoccupied with Bobby Heenan up on the apron. Davis finally turned around and counted the pin when he found Zeus making the cover on his dazed opponent.

3. Grudge Match. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake defeated his former manager "Luscious" Johnny V at 4:42. It was nighty-night time for Johnny V after the manager got caught in Beefcake's Sleeper Hold bounding off the ropes. The snoozing Johnny also got a trim from "The Barber" while he dozed.

4. The devious Mr. Fuji's Orient Express (Pat Tanaka & Kato) beat the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques & Raymond) at 8:39. Tanaka snuck into the ring and reversed Jacques' Small Package on Kato while Referee Danny Davis was sending Raymond back to his corner. Davis turned around to find Kato on top and counted the pin on Jacques.

5. Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat electrified the crowd first with his fire-breathing entrance and then with a Diving Cross Body Press off the top rope to pin "The Natural" Butch Reed (w/ not-so-natural blonde hair and his manager "The Doctor of Style" Slick) at 8:45.

6. "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff (w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over Jake "The Snake" Roberts (w/ Damian in a burlap sack) via Count Out at 11:38. Orndorff decked Jake with a chair shot on the floor while Referee Danny Davis was tying his shoe. The groggy Roberts desperately tried to make the count but Davis seemed to speed up his cadence and called for the bell. After the bout, Jake pleaded his case to the ref but to no avail. The frustrated Roberts removed Damian from its bag, snuck up on Davis and draped the snake across the controversial ref's neck and shoulders. Davis screamed and ran back to the dressing room with Damian still wrapped around him.

7. WWF World Title Match. Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ "Real American" Entrance Music & Muscle Poses) over the "Macho Man" Randy Savage (w/ "Pomp & Circumstance" Entrance Music & the Lovely Miss Elizabeth) at 24:21. Savage thought he had won the title with a Bridging Back Suplex but it was his shoulders and not Hulk's that were down for Referee Mike Chioda's three count. Savage was beside himself when "Mean Gene" announced the Hulkster as the winner.
GV - Jul 09, 2013 - 04:57 PM
Post subject: WCCW Results 7/09/13
World Class Results (Mid 80's) 7/09/13 - Ector County Coliseum, Odessa, TX. Att: 7,875.

Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Bronco Lubich & David Manning

1. Chief Mark Youngblood surprised Kelly Kiniski with Small Package at 5:28 after Kiniski tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

2. "Gorgeous" Jimmy Garvin (w/ Valet Precious) over Spike Huber (w/ Hard Hat) at 4:10. Garvin put Spike away with his Brainbuster finisher. Prior to the match, Precious insisted upon spraying the ring with her can of air freshener aerosol before Jimmy entered.

3. Red River Jack (A Masked Bruiser Brody) had his hands full with the always tough "Killer" Tim Brooks. Jack managed to reverse a shot with Brook's chain and then scored the pinfall after a big Flying Knee Drop at 6:50.

4. "Playboy" Gary Hart's tandem of Abdullah the Butcher & "Maniac" Mark Lewin defeated the South African Heartthrobs, Steve & Shaun Simpson, at 8:17. Abdullah jabbed a hidden foreign object into Shaun's throat while Referee Bronco Lubich was being distracted by Gary Hart. Bronco turned around to find Abdullah making the cover and counted the pinfall.

5. Iceman King Parsons over "The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park" Gino Hernandez (w/ Nicola Roberts) by DQ at 9:21. Nicola attempted to spray perfume into Parsons' eyes but got Referee David Manning in the face with it instead. The blinded ref immediately signaled for the bell.

6. World Class TV Title Match. Champion Al Madril defeated Challenger Mike Von Erich via Count Out at 9:21. Mike was sent head-first into the TV Monitor on the announcers' table during OOR action and could not recover in time to make Bronco Lubich's ten count. Madril retains the TV Title.
GV - Jul 11, 2013 - 11:42 AM
Post subject: WCW/nWo Results 7/11/13
WCW/n.W.o. Results (Mid to Late 90's) 7/11/13 - Stampede Corral, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Att: 6,459.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Scott Hudson
Ring Announcer: Dave Penzer
Referees: Jimmy Jett & Nick Patrick

1. The n.W.o.'s Scott "Flash" Norton (w/ Vincent) beat "The Chairman of WCW" La Parka with the Flashback (Shoulderbreaker) at 4:19.

2. Cruiserweight Triple Threat Match. Shannon Moore vs. "Above Average" Mike Sanders vs. "The Juice" Juventud Guerrera. Sanders proved he was "Above Average" at least for tonight in Calgary by pinning Juvy at 7:09. Shannon Moore stunned Guerrera with his Bottoms Up (Leg Drop Bulldog off the top rope) but was hit with the 3.0 (Inverted DDT Backbreaker) by Sanders before he could make the cover. Sanders could have probably pinned either man at that point but opted to cover Juvy for the three count.

3. The Mamalukes (Big Vito & Johnny "The Bull" Stamboli were DQ'd in their tag match with David Flair & Crowbar (w/ Daffney Unger) at 7:47. Johnny was caught whacking David Flair from behind with a blackjack by Referee Jimmy Jett to draw the disqualification.

4. Hardcore Match. Brian Knobbs over Bam Bam Bigelow at 8:36. Knobbs sent Bam Bam through a table with a Diving Splash off the top rope to score the pinfall.

5. Horace Hogan over Kanyon by DQ at 6:46. Kanyon was caught red-handed reversing a Chair Shot on Horace by Referee Nick Patrick. Patrick immediately signaled for the bell.

6. "The Chosen One" Jeff Jarrett (w/ "Slap Nuts" T-Shirt & Guitar) beat "Latino Heat" Eddie Guerrero by Count Out at 9:45. Jarrett connected with the El Kabong Guitar Shot over Eddie's head during OOR action. Guerrero was down and out on the floor for the ten count.

7. United States Tournament Finals. The n.W.o.'s Scott Hall defeated Mike Awesome to win the belt at 12:58. With Referee Nick Patrick down on the mat and Hall being battered from pillar to post, n.W.o. lackey Buff Bagwell ran down to ringside and delivered a Blockbuster (Diving Neckbreaker off the top rope) onto Awesome. The woozy Hall collapsed on top of Awesome as Patrick recovered to make the three count. It should be noted that Nick Patrick has the reputation of being on the n.W.o.'s payroll. Nevertheless, Hall was congratulated by stablemates Kevin Nash, Scott Norton, Vincent and Buff Bagwell as the n.W.o. celebrated in the ring.
GV - Jul 12, 2013 - 08:54 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 7/12/13
ESPN presents AWA Championship Wrestling from the Tropicana Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, NJ (Circa Mid 80's) 7/12/13. Att: 4,409.

Announcers: Ken Resnick & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: Larry Nelson
Referees: Gary DeRusha & Marty Miller

1. Anthony "Earthquake" Ferris defeated Dennis Stamp with the Ferris Wheel (Airplane Spin) at 5:08.

2. Ladies' Tournament Finals. After two previous matches that ended in a Double Count Out and Double DQ, a Ladies' Champion was finally crowned when "Cowgirl" Wendi Richter pinned "Sensational" Sherri Martel (w/ "Playboy" Buddy Rose) at 7:27. Martel was sent crashing into Buddy Rose who had climbed up onto the apron to interfere. Sherri staggered backwards right into a Schoolgirl Roll Up from Richter for the winning pinfall. The fans were ecstatic to see Sherri lose and then proceed to have a tantrum in the ring with "The Pillsbury Dough Boy" Buddy Rose. Wendi Richter is the Ladies' Champion !

3. Perhaps because the location was the East Coast, David Sammartino got a rousing ovation during his ring entrance and went on to defeat Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) at 7:15. The end came when Zhukov missed a corner charge and crashed shoulder-first into the ring post. Sammartino hopped up to the 2nd rope and pinned the stunned Russian with a Sunset Flip out of the corner for the victory.

4. The team of Curt Hennig and Big Scott Hall beat the Alaskans (Rick Renslow & David Wagner w/ Alaskan War Clubs) at 6:06. Big Scott put away Dave Wagner with his Hallbuster Bulldog out of the corner. Rick Renslow ran in to try and break up the pin count but was intercepted by a Curt Hennig Drop Kick.

5. AWA TV Title Match. Champion Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) employed a devious pre-match ambush to injure his challenger "Olympian" Brad Rheingans. Rheingans was hit from behind with a folding chair by Saito while being interviewed by Larry Nelson at ringside. Brad lost 250 points for the attack which clearly hampered his chances for victory. Saito pinned the hobbled Olympian with his Saito Suplex at 8:08 to retain the AWA TV Title.

6. In the Main Event, "High Flyer" Greg Gagne lost by Count Out to the always annoying "Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko (w/ Go the Ninja) at 9:12. Greg was hit from behind with nunchucks by the mysterious Ninja after being tossed out of the ring by Zbyszko. Referee Marty Miller put the ten count on the KO'd High Flyer. Zbyszko drew tremendous heat in Atlantic City by snatching the mic away from Larry Nelson during his ring introduction and saying, "I'm baaaaaack, Spudheads !" No doubt many in attendance recalled his wars with Bruno Sammartino in the WWF some five years previous.
GV - Jul 13, 2013 - 08:50 AM
Post subject: WWWF Results 7/13/13
WWWF Results (Late 70's) 7/13/13 - Westchester County Civic Center, White Plains, NY. Att: 6,816.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Antonino Rocca
Ring Announcer: Jooooooe McHugh : )
Referees: Dick Woehrle & Jack Lotz

1. Dominic Denucci from Pittsburgh, PA defeated Tony Russo of Palermo, Sicily with the Airplane Spin at 4:26.

2. Big, "Rawbone" Swede Hansen from Slaughter Creek, NC (w/ "Hollywood Fashion Plate" Classy Freddie Blassie) pinned S.D. "Special Delivery" Jones from Philadelphia, PA with the Piledriver at 5:02.

3. "Polish Power" Ivan Putski of Krakow Poland put away "Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe of Paulsboro, NJ with the Polish Hammer off the ropes at 6:20. Sharpe employed a hidden foreign object throughout this match but it was not enough to defeat Putski.

4. A tag match between Chief Jay Strongbow & Billy White Wolf and Classy Freddie Blassie's team of Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka was declared a Double DQ at 8:40. Referee Jack Lotz lost all control of this match and called for the bell when all four men ignored his orders and continued to battle it out in the ring.

5. In a wild bout, Gorilla Monsoon and George "The Animal" Steele (w/ Captain Louis Albano) were both counted out by Referee Dick Woehrle at 11:02 as they fought up the aisle and into the concession stands scattering spectators in every direction.

6. In the Main Event, Superstar Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) defeated "The Man of a Thousand Masks" Mil Mascaras by Count Out at 15:05. As the action spilled OOR, Graham choked out Mascaras with the cord from Joe McHugh's microphone while the Grand Wizard kept Referee Jack Lotz occupied. Gasping for breath and crawling on his hands and knees, Mascaras desperately tried to get back in the ring but it was not in time to make the ten count.
GV - Jul 14, 2013 - 07:42 AM
Post subject: CWF Results 7/14/13
Championship Wrestling from Florida Results (Late 70's) 7/14/13 - Hollywood Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL. Att: 8,196.

Announcers: Gordon Solie & Buddy Colt
Ring Announcer: Jay Goodley
Referees: Charley Laye & Bill Alphonso

1. "Dirty" Don Serrano of Veracruz, Mexico pinned "The Unoffical Mayor of Lake City" Bubba Douglas with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Douglas missed a corner charge and ran full steam into Serrano's raised boot.

2. Jerry Brisco beat Bryan St. John with an Oklahoma Side Roll off the ropes at 5:47 after St. John tucked his head too soon on a Back Body Drop attempt.

3. Korean Giant Pak Song (w/ manager Sonny King) defeated "All-American" Bob Roop by Referee's Decision at 8:59. It appeared as though Sonny King caught Roop with a loaded sucker punch in the corner while Referee Bill Alphonso's back was turned. Roop bled profusely from a cut on the forehead as a result of the blow. So much so, that Alphonso stopped the bout and deemed Roop unable to continue.

4. "Handsome" Harley Race made a guest appearance in Florida and beat high-flyer Sweet Brown Sugar at 9:12. Sugar kept the cagey Race off balance with his aerial maneuvers throughout the match but a missed Drop Kick was the beginning of the end for the popular masked man. Race followed up on Sugar's mistake with a Swan Dive Head Butt off the top rope to score the pinfall.

5. Florida Tag Team Title Match. The Spoilers (I & II) successfully defended their belts by turning back their challengers Steve Keirn & Mike Graham at 12:29. The Spoilers combined for a Spiked Piledriver on Graham behind the ref's back as Charley Laye was sending Steve Keirn back to his corner.

6. In the Main Event, Blackjack Mulligan and Killer Karl Kox were both disqualified by Referee Bill Alphonso at 16:29 in a wild brawl that took both men out a side door of the arena and into the parking lot. The combatants were finally separated by the Sportatorium security staff and several ring attendants as a steady rain fell outside.
GV - Jul 15, 2013 - 03:50 PM
Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results 7/15/13
NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) 7/15/13 - Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC. Att: 9,296.

Announcers: Bob Caudle & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Dr. Tom Miller
Referees: Stu Schwartz & Mike Atkins

1. "Pistol" Pez Whatley beat Joel Deaton with his Flying Willie (Head Butt) off the ropes at 3:17.

2. "Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant & "Ragin' Bull" Manny Fernandez (w/ "Boy from New York City" Entrance Music) over the masked Thunderfoots (I & II). Fernandez pinned Thunderfoot #2 with the Flying Burrito (Flying Tackle) off the ropes at 5:09.

After the bout, the "Boogie-Woogie Man" held court and challenged Paul Jones' Army of "Superstar" Billy Graham and the Barbarian to a tag match next week against himself and Manny Fernandez with the following stipulation - should Valiant's team win, the "Boogie-Woogie Man" gets Jones one-on-one in a steel cage match the following week.

3. Tully Blanchard (w/ his "Perfect 10" Baby Doll and a legit handshake at the bell to begin the match) defeated ring veteran Nelson Royal in a surprisingly scientific bout. Very little bending of the rules by Blanchard who pinned Nelson with his signature Slingshot Suplex at 6:00.

Interview with Bob Caudle and the brash NWA World Champion "Nature Boy" Ric Flair concerning his up coming title defense against Mr. Wrestling II in tonight's Main Event. Vintage Flair interview. The "Nature Boy" is stylin' and profilin' with his gold Rolex watch, designer sunglasses and expensive suit. "To be the man, you gotta beat the man !" yadda... yadda... yadda... A heckler in the crowd interrupts Flair's spiel. The champ is none too happy, "Shut your mouth, fat boy !" Flair shouts. "When I'm talking, you zip it, understand ? Maybe I'll take that girlfriend of yours sitting next to you and make a woman out of her tonight." (Some cat calls and cheers from the crowd.) The "Nature Boy" now turns his attention to the young lady, "I'll show you why I'm the sixty-minute man, baby ! Space Mountain always has the longest line ! Wooooooooo !!!" Flair is a heel but he's getting a ton of cheers and support tonight from his hometown fans. He's got Charlotte wrapped around his finger by the time he wraps up his interview.

4. Black Bart (w/ Ten Gallon Hat, Branding Iron & James J. Dillon in his corner) over "Avalanche" Buzz Tyler at 8:19. Tyler seemed to have things going his way until J.J. Dillon reached into the ring and tripped him as he bounded off the ropes. Bart followed up with the Texas Trash Compactor (Leg Drop off the top rope) to score the pinfall.

5. "Russian Nightmare" Nikita Koloff (w/ 10 feet of Russian Chain & Uncle Ivan) and his opponent "Rugged" Ronnie Garvin were DQ'd by Stu Schwartz at 12:25 after both men repeatedly ignored the referee's warnings and slugged it out toe-to-toe. After the bell, Ivan Koloff ran in with the chain only to be decked by a Garvin "Hands of Stone" haymaker.

6. NWA World Title Match. In the Main Event, The Champion, "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (w/ Blue Sequin Robe & the Ten Pounds of Gold) defeated challenger Mr. Wrestling II (w/ his Iconic White Mask & Black Trim) in thriller at 39:03. This match had all of the signature "Nature Boy" moments - the loud, stinging, backhand knife-edge chops in the corner, then reversed by Mr. Wrestling II, with Flair flopping face-first to the canvas... Slick Ric climbing up to the top rope only to be tossed off and landing hard on his back... the begging for mercy on his knees followed by a low blow between the wickets... the "Nature Boy" Strut and a loud "Wooooooo !" and Flair flipping over the top turnbuckle on a hard corner whip by his opponent.

The turning point of the match came when the "Nature Boy", caught in Wrestling II's Sleeper and fading fast, desperately kicked off the top corner turnbuckle to escape the hold and knocked over Referee Mike Atkins who was behind them sending all three men crashing to the mat. The fans were on their feet and sensing a title change when Mr. Wrestling II connected with his Million Dollar Knee Lift on the woozy champion, but Atkins was still out of it and unable to make the three count. As Wrestling II tried to revive the ref, Flair grabbed his Championship Belt off the time keeper's table and whacked his masked opponent in the head with it. Atkins finally shook out the cobwebs to find Flair making the cover on his KO'd challenger and counted the pin. Ric Flair retains the NWA World Championship.
GV - Jul 16, 2013 - 04:33 PM
Post subject: WWF Results 7/16/13
WWF RAW Results (Mid 90's) 7/16/13 - Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN. Att: 8,003.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr., Rob Bartlett & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Earl Hebner & Tim White

1. Savio Vega defeated Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz (w/ Corked Bat & "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" Entrance Music) at 5:32. Vega connected with his Caribbean (Spin) Kick off the ropes to score the pinfall.

2. Repo Man (w/ Cat Burglar Mask & Tow Hook) over Crush by DQ at 7:53. The Big Hawaiian was caught reversing a smash with the Tow Hook by Referee Tim White to draw the disqualification.

3. Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal Contest

Participants included Bob "Spark Plugg" Holly, Repo Man, Savio Vega, both Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre), Razor Ramon, Crush, Abe "Knuckleball" Schwartz, WWF newcomer Bastion Booger, Duke "The Dumpster" Droese, "British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith, Doink the Clown, Jerry "The King" Lawler, "Portugese Man O' War" Aldo Montoya, Mr. Bob Backlund & Adam Bomb.

Order of Elimination: Lawler by a Razor Ramon/Savio Vega double team (A big roar from the crowd to see "The King" as the first man out), Droese by both Quebecers, Holly by Repo Man, British Bulldog by Bastion Booger, Quebecer Pierre by Adam Bomb, Schwartz by Razor Ramon, Aldo Montoya by Crush, Doink by Backlund (It should be noted that a 2nd Doink came out from under the apron and tried to sneak into the ring but he was caught by Referee Earl Hebner and sent to the back along with the original Doink), Crush by Bastion Booger, Repo Man by Quebecer Jacques, Backlund by Razor Ramon, Adam Bomb by Savio Vega who was then ousted by Bastion Booger immediately after, Quebecer Jacques by Razor Ramon. Razor then appeared to injure himself trying to dump the big 400 pounder over the top and was sent to the floor by Booger at 25:19.

Your Winner: Bastion Booger

4. Mr. Bob Backlund (w/out All His Marbles) over Duke "The Dumpster" Droese (w/ Black Back Support Belt) by DQ at 6:54. Referee Tim White called for the bell when Duke took a trash can from ringside and bashed his opponent over the back with it. Droese then dumped out the can's contents onto Backlund for good measure.

5. The Arkansas' Pig Farmers, the Godwinns (Henry O. & Phineas I. w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated Jim Cornette's Heavenly Bodies ("Doctor of Desire" Tom Prichard & "Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray) at 7:42. Phineas pinned Del Ray with the Slop Drop (Inverted DDT) after the Gigolo was sent crashing into an interferring Jim Cornette.

6. Seeking revenge after his early ouster from tonight's Battle Royal, Jerry "The King" Lawler beat Razor Ramon (w/ toothpick flick and a sore back) via Count Out at 15:36. Rather than oozing his normal machismo, Ramon was clearly hurting but insisted upon wrestling the match despite his injury. "The King" wasted no time in going after his opponent's back. The action eventually spilled OOR where Lawler Body Slammed Ramon on the floor. Writhing in pain and struggling to get back to his feet, Razor could not make it back inside the ring to make Earl Hebner's ten count.
GV - Jul 17, 2013 - 10:57 AM
Post subject: AWA Results 7/17/13
AWA Results (Late 70's) 7/17/13 - Davenport TV Taping, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 861

Announcers: Rodger Kent & Wally Karbo
Ring Announcer: Rod Trongard
Referees: George "Scrap Iron" Gadaski & Rod Luck

1. Dino Bravo defeated Dick Reynolds with the Airplane Spin at 5:50.

Interview with Gene Okerlund and Andre the Giant.

Andre is still fuming over Bobby Heenan and his stable of wrestlers. (Andre was recently attacked by Blackjack Lanza and Bobby Duncum, and lost his bid to dethrone AWA World Champion Nick Bockwinkel when he was disqualified for tossing the Champ over the top rope.) Andre wants another shot at the Heenan Family. He says that he doesn't care if it's one-on-one or in a handicap match. He'll take on the entire Heenan Family by himself if necessary. Promoter Wally Karbo joins the discussion and offers to make a tag team match if Andre can find a partner. The fans go wild when Crusher comes out with his signature cigar and offers to be Andre's partner. "Make the match !" Andre says as he shakes hands with Crusher.


2. Pat Patterson over Joe Scarpello by submission with a Boston Crab at 3:35.


Interview with Gene Okerlund, Pat Patterson & Ray "The Crippler" Stevens.

Patterson and Stevens ask Okerlund how many times they have to beat the High Flyers to be recognized as the AWA Tag Team Champions. (The High Flyers have lost two title defenses to Patterson & Stevens via Count Out.) Patterson calls them a couple of "gutless punks" and "fake champions" who don't deserve to wear the belts. Stevens says it's only a matter of time until he and his partner wear the gold.



3. Mad Dog Vachon beat Race Bannon with a Piledriver at 3:49.


4. The Heenan Family (Blackjack Lanza & Big, Bad Bobby Duncum w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan) over the team of Puppy Dog Peloquin & Dave Kochen at 4:29. Lanza pinned Kochen with a Brainbuster.


Interview with Gene Okerlund & Bobby "The Brain" Heenan

Mean Gene informs "The Brain" that Wally Karbo has booked a tag match pitting the Heenan Family against Andre the Giant and Crusher. Heenan is fine with that. He says that Blackjack Lanza & Bobby Duncum will make mincemeat out of them just like they did to Kochen & Peloquin a couple of minutes ago. Wally Karbo then comes out and corrects "The Brain". Karbo says it won't be Lanza & Duncum in the tag match, but AWA Champion Nick Bockwinkel and Bobby Heenan instead who will be facing Andre & Crusher. The fans roar in approval as Heenan throws a fit and storms off the set.



5. "Golden Boy" Adrian Adonis defeated High Flyer "Jumping" Jim Brunzell via Count Out at 8:28. This terrific see-saw battle was spoiled when Ray "The Crippler" Stevens and Pat Patterson came out to ringside and baited Brunzell into a confrontation OOR. Brunzell's partner Greg Gagne ran out from the back to join the fray. Soon all four men were battling it out on the floor as Referee George Gadaski administered the ten count on Brunzell and awarded the match to Adonis.
GV - Jul 18, 2013 - 09:49 AM
Post subject: WCW Results 7/18/13
WCW Results (Early 90's) 7/18/13 - Goettge Memorial Fieldhouse, Camp Lejeune, NC. Att: 2,062.

Announcers: Tony Schiavone & Paul E. Dangerously
Ring Announcer: Gary Michael Cappetta
Referees: Teddy "Peanut Head" Long & Nick Patrick

1. "Heavy Metal" Van Hammer (w/ Electric Guitar) pinned Zan Panzer (w/ Pink (?) Mask & Tights) with his Hammer Rocks (Slingshot) Suplex at 3:11.

2. "Stunning" Steve Austin (w/ Lady Blossom) put away Johnny Gunn with the Stun Gun (Hot Shot) at 5:48.

3. The Tag Team match between the Young Pistols (Steve Armstrong & Tracy Smothers) and the dysfunctional duo of Cactus Jack & Abdullah the Butcher was officially declared a "No Contest" by Referee Teddy Long. Apparently, Cactus and Abdullah couldn't decide who would start the match for their team and began throwing haymakers at one another before the bell even rang to officially start the bout. The two men battled all the way back to the dressing room leaving a perplexed Armstrong and Smothers scratching their heads in the ring.

4. WCW World Champion Big Van Vader (w/ Harley Race) defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell in a non-title match. Vader flattened his opponent with a corner charge and then finished off Bagwell with a Splash off the 2nd rope at 7:08.

5. Scotty Steiner (Flying solo these says since brother Rick dumped him to join Kevin Sullivan's Varsity Club) beat Bunkhouse Buck (w/ Colonel Parker) by Count Out at 8:21. As the action spilled OOR, Colonel Parker accidently clubbed Buck with his Walking Stick when Steiner ducked at the last second. Buck was down and out on the floor for the ten count.

6. Grudge Match. Robert Gibson defeated his former Rock & Roll Express tag team partner Ricky Morton (Now "Richard" Morton as a member of Alexandra York's Yuppie York Foundation) by DQ at 11:05. With Morton trapped in the Gibson Lock (Modified Figure Four Leglock) and about to tap out, "Head of Security' Mr. Hughes rushed in and put a beating on Gibson. The Young Pistols came to Gibson's rescue and cleared the ring of Hughes and Morton.
GV - Jul 19, 2013 - 09:47 AM
Post subject: TNA Results 7/19/13
TNA Results 7/19/13 - The Impact Zone, Universal Studios, Orlando, FL. Att: 1,378.

Announcers: "The Professor" Mike Tenay & "The Human Suplex Machine" Tazz
Ring Announcer: Jeremy Borash
Referees: Mike Posey, Jamie Tucker & Taryn Terrell

The program begins with a backstage meeting in TNA President Dixie Carter's office. We see Dixie, Impact GM Hulk Hogan, Programming Director Frank Coutinho and Senior VP Bruce Prichard discussing the Number One Contender candidates for TNA World Champion Sting's title. Many names are tossed around but the meeting breaks up without a definitve answer. As the members file out of Dixie's office, Bully Ray grabs Frank by the arm and pulls him aside.

Bully: "What was that all about ? Am I getting my title shot at Sting or not ?? "

Frank: "No comment."

Bully: "Do you know who I am ??"

(Frank rolls his eyes.)

Bully: "As the President of Aces & Eights, I have the right to know, Coutinho !"

Frank: "You'll find out when every one else does, Bully."

(Bully looks around to see if anyone is watching. Then he talks quietly to Frank.)

Bully: "Look, TNA has been sticking it to Aces & Eights right from the getgo and you know it, Frank. We got Tazz to watch our backs at the announcers' table. What we need now is someone on the inside... Someone with some rub in the front office, see ? (Bully looks around again, pauses, and then continues in a very low voice) Someone to watch out for Aces & Eights in the big corporate meetings... Someone to get us the Main Events... Someone to get me a shot at Sting's title.... Someone... like Frank Coutinho."

Frank: "Now wait just a minute..."

(Bully shushes Frank and looks around again. When he's convinced that no one is eavesdropping he continues...)

Bully: "Think it over, Frank. We'll make it worth your while."

With that, Bully Ray sneaks away into the shadows and we go to our first match.



1. ODB (w/ Hubby Eric Young) beat Mexican-America's Rosita (w/ Anarquia) with the BAM ! (Fireman's Carry Spinout Facebuster) at 6:22. Controversy-a-plenty in this bout. It seemed as though Rosita had won the match with a Moonsault off the top rope, however Knockouts' Referee Taryn Terrell ruled that ODB's foot was under the bottom rope and stopped her pin count at two. Rosita had a fit and was screaming at Terrell when she was abruptly spun around by her opponent and pinned with ODB's finisher.

Backstage Segment

Rosita and Taryn Terrell have been summoned to Knockouts' Director Brooke Hogan's office. Each lady tells their side of the story regarding what just happened in the match with ODB. Brooke listens patiently but Rosita is a firecracker and rambling in Spanish. Rosita gets right up in Terrell's face and slaps her. Brooke has to keep them separated as they try to get at one another. She tells both girls to save it for next week. Brooke makes the match - Rosita vs. Terrell on Impact.



2. Aces & Eights' Wes Brisco (w/ Garret Bischoff) was stunned by the diminutive Rockstar Spud. Brisco did not take this match seriously and was caught off guard with a Small Package whilst showboating in the ring for the pinfall at 4:30.


Backstage Segment.

Kurt Angle is pacing in GM Hulk Hogan's office and fuming over his loss to Austin Aries last week after a chair shot from Bobby Roode. Angle wants a tag match against Aries & Roode in tonight's Main Event. The Hulkster asks Angle if he has someone in mind to be his partner for the match. Kurt smiles and whispers the name into Hulk's ear. Hogan nods and gives his blessing, "You got it, Brother. Now take care of your business!"



3. "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan and Gunner were both counted out by Referee Jamie Tucker at 6:57 as they battled back up the ramp and into the back.


Frank Coutinho makes his way to the announcers' table and hands Mike Tenay some production notes. Tazz greets Frank warmly with a big hug and says "Welcome aboard, Buddy !" Tenay looks confused and ponders what he has just witnessed.

Tenay: "Welcome aboard" ?? "What's that all about, Tazz ?"

(Tazz just chuckles. He wants to say something but decides to clam up.)

Tazz: "I was just, you know, welcoming Frank to our broadcast table that's all, Mike."

(Tenay shoots him a suspicious look.)

Tazz: "What ? I haven't seen Frank in a long time !"

Tazz laughs again as we go to our next match.



4. "Mr. Pec-Tacular" Jesse Godderz (w/ Tara) was disqualified at 5:23 in his match against "Super Mex" Hernandez. Referee Mike Posey called for the bell when Tara ran into the ring and broke up Hernandez' pin attempt after the Border Toss finisher.


Backstage Segment.

We see Aces & Eights' Garret Bischoff leave Frank's office. The camerman follows him down the hallway and asks him what he was doing in there. Bischoff tells him to mind his own business.



5. TNA TV Title Match. For a few anxious moments, the Impact Zone thought a new TV Champion had been crowned when challenger Christopher Daniels (w/ Kazarian) had pinned the defending Champ, Rob Van Dam. RVD was attempting to suplex Daniels when Kaz reached into the ring and yanked Van Dam's leg out from under him. Daniels fell on top of RVD and Jamie Tucker counted the pin. Before Tucker could award the belt to Daniels, however, Mike Posey ran into the ring and informed Tucker of the mischief. Tucker immediately reversed his decision and awared the match to RVD by way of disqualification due to the outside interference of Kazarian.


Backstage Segment.

Frank returns to his office and finds a mysterious present on his desk. He opens the package, peeks inside, and slams it back down on his desk. The camera tries to zoom in on the package's contents but we can't make out what's in the box. Frank storms out of his office in search of Bully Ray. He brushes past Aces & Eights' members Mr. Anderson and Devon.

Anderson (To Devon): "You know about, Frank, right ?"

Devon shrugs: "Yeah, he's one of Hogan's crew."

(Anderson smiles and whispers something in Devon's ear. Devon's eyes immediatley light up and he beams a big smile !)

Devon: "Oh, My Brother, TESTIFY !!"



6. "Olympic Gold Medalist" Kurt Angle revealed his mystery tag team partner to be none other than "Cowboy" James Storm much to the delight of the fans, but Austin Aries & Bobby Roode managed to pull out the victory by way of Count Out at 11:06. Storm was smashed over the head with one of his own long neck beer bottles by Roode after the Cowboy had been tossed OOR by Aries. Mike Posey missed the infraction and laid the ten count on Storm.


Backstage Segment.

Hulk Hogan knocks on Frank's office door. He has the perfect man in mind for the Number One Contender spot to Sting's title and wants to run it by Frank. There is no answer at the door. Hulk enters and finds the office empty. He sees the open package on Frank's desk and picks it up. Hulk's jaw drops as he pulls an Aces & Eights' black leather vest out of the box with Frank's name embroidered on the front. The Hulkster rubs his chin and ponders as the program ends.

GV - Jul 20, 2013 - 09:06 AM
Post subject: WWF Results 7/20/13
WWF Results (Early to Mid 80's) 7/20/13 - War Memorial, Rochester, NY. Att: 7,398.

Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Pat Patterson
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Terry Yorkston & Dick Kroll

1. The U.S. Express (Mike Rotundo & Barry Windham) defeated the team of Charlie Fulton & "The Duke of Dorchester" Pete Doherty at 4:08. Doherty kept the fans amused with his unorthodox behavior before being pinned by a Bulldog out of the corner from Barry Windham.

2. The Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) over Jose Luis Rivera by submission with the Camel Clutch at 4:54. The Sheik employed several suplex variations on his opponent as well as a well-placed kick to the midsection with the loaded toe of his boot to set up the finish. Freddie Blassie even got in a cheap shot on Rivera at one point with his Teakwood cane.

3. The popular Hillbilly Jim (w/ Lucky Horseshoe) beat "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Iron Mike Sharpe (w/ Dubious Left Forearm Pad) at 5:45. Some anxious moments for Jim as Iron Mike proved to be a handful, but the Hillbilly was finally able to score the pinfall after a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes.

4. "Ace" Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. (w/ Controversial Cast on his arm and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) over the Tonga Kid at 7:33. Piper may have saved the day for his bodyguard by throwing a handful of powder into the Tonga Kid's eyes after Tonga had perched himself on the top rope and was ready to deliver a high risk maneuver. Orton immediately capitalized on the moment by hopping up to the 2nd turnbuckle and delivering his patented Superplex to pin his blinded opponent.

5. The Soul Patrol (Rocky Johnson & "Mr. U.S.A." Tony Atlas) defeated the rough and unpredictable Moondogs (Rex & Spot w/ Nasty Bones) by DQ at 7:27. Spot was caught red-handed clubbing Atlas from behind with one of the bones to draw the disqualification from Referee Dick Kroll.

6. In the Main Event, "Olympian" Ken Patera over Pedro Morales by disqualification at 15:20. Morales' fiery temper may have got the better of him as he was hit from behind with a Flying Knee Smash to the back by Patera while arguing with Referee Terry Yorkston over a slow count. The momentum of the blow sent Morales crashing into Yorkston and toppled the ref to the mat. A woozy Yorkston considered Morales' actions to be deliberate and immediately called for the bell.
GV - Jul 21, 2013 - 08:48 AM
Post subject: SMW Results 7/21/13
Smoky Mountain Results 7/21/13 - Durango Park Sunday Afternoon Matinee, Knoxville, TN. Att: 2,006.

Announcer: Chip Kessler
Ring Announcer: Phil Raney
Referee: Henry Van Loom

1. Pat Rose (w/ Cousin "Ravishing" Randy Rose) defeated Ricky Gibson at 5:15. A little slight of hand was enough to fool Referee Henry Van Loom as "Ravishing" Randy appeared to slip his cousin some sort of object wrapped in masking tape. Rose then KO'd Gibson with a loaded punch to score the pinfall.

2. Johnny "Crash" Rich and Dr. Tom Prichard (w/ Jim Cornette) were both Counted Out in a highly competitive and entertaining match at 7:28. Rich and Prichard took their battle into the concession stands where an overzealous fan jumped on Dr. Tom's back from a picnic table. The spectator was pulled off of Prichard and tackled by security.

3. "Filthy" Phil Hickerson drew tremendous heat during his ring introduction and beat the popular barefoot hillbilly Cousin Roscoe Junior with a big Powerslam at 6:08.

4. The masked Dixie Dynamite over "The Black Rose" Loverboy Dennis Condrey by DQ at 8:23. Referee Henry Van Loom called for the bell after Condrey smashed a folding chair over Dixie's back.

5. "Flamboyant" Eric Embry (w/ Fabulous Blondes' tag team partner "Gentleman" Ken Timbs) defeated Billy Joe Travis at 7:37. Another excellent match that took a turn for the worse for Billy Joe when Henry Van Loom was knocked down in the action. Ken Timbs snuck into the ring and combined with Embry for a Double DDT onto Travis. Van Loom recovered to count the pin.

6. In the Main Event, the Junk Yard Dog and his partner Tommy "Wildfire" Rich beat Miss Sylvia's Tennessee Stud Stable (Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden) at 12:09. Golden was pinned by JYD with the Big Thump Powerslam after Sylvia accidently clunked him in the head with her loaded purse. After the bout, some two dozen youngsters crowded around the victors with their wrestling programs. JYD and Tommy were happy to oblige the children with autographs.
GV - Jul 22, 2013 - 01:34 PM
Post subject: UWF Results 7/22/13
"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Mid to Late 80's) 7/22/13 - Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, OK. Att: 8,452.

Announcers: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Doyle King
Referees: Tommy Gilbert & Carl Fergie


Jim Ross: "Hello everyone and welcome to another action-packed night of UWF Championship Wrestling ! Joining me once more at ringside is my colleague Joe Bryan, and Joe, I understand that you have a special guest for us this week ?"

Joe Bryan: "That's right, Jim. We have Dr. Arthur Stone here with us this evening and he'll be joining us later in the program. For the benefit of all our fans at home, Dr. Stone was the physician at ringside who treated Terry Taylor in Lake Charles, LA following Taylor's match with "Gentleman" Chris Adams. I, for one, will be very interested to hear what Dr. Stone has to say about Terry Taylor's condition."

Jim Ross: "Well, we look forward to that, Joe. Terry Taylor has claimed for weeks now that he does not have medical clearance to wrestle as a result of injuries sustained at the hands of Chris Adams in that match. If that's the case, then let's hear it straight from the doctor's mouth. Now let's get down to the ring for our opening bout !"



1. UWF Champion One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) demolished Davey Haskins with the 747 Splash off the top rope at 4:10 in a non-title bout. After the bell, the Gang scaled the top rope to deliver a second 747 Splash onto Haskins when Steve "Dr. Death" Williams ran in and tossed the champion off the top rope. The Tulsa fans went wild as Williams cleared the ring of the One Man Gang ! Skandor Akbar pulled the Gang to the back as the champion jawed with "Dr. Death".


Joe Bryan caught up with an agitated Steve Williams afterward. "Dr. Death" paced back and forth and challenged the One Man Gang to put his title on the line against him. The fans roared in approval for the alumni from the University of Oklahoma when Williams asked the crowd if they'd like to see it. The One Man Gang did not come back out to answer the challenge.


2. Rick Steiner (w/ "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert & Missy Hyatt) over Sam Houston by Count Out. Gilbert was the difference here as he gave Sam Houston