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Post subject: MD 157 results  PostPosted: Jan 17, 2017 - 06:51 PM



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Match Day 157
McDonough Arena, Georgetown University
Washington DC
Referee = Todd Sinclair

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP C ROUND 2: Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: each pinned his opponent in Round 1, w/ Piper besting Adrian Adonis and Patera Buddy Rose. Patera performed a Piledriver early but it was 2 Fireman’s Carries followed by a Figure 4 Leglock that won this one for Piper. Patera submitted at 6 min 14 secs.

DESTINATION RELEGATION II C2: Adrian Adonis v Buddy Rose: Adonis almost got the pin right away on a Quick Roll-Up but Rose kicked out at the last second (pin 1-6, rolled 7). Rose then performed 10 of the next 11 moves, including a Body Slam, Hit w/ Chair, Atomic Drop, Stalling Suplex and Knee Smash. Undaunted, Adonis fought back w/ a Shoulderblock off Ropes and Low Blow. He applied the Sleeper and went for the pin. Sinclair counted 1-2-3, and Adrian got the much-needed win. 8 min 9 secs

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Pedro Morales v Champion Randy Savage: excellent match! Savage almost go the submission early with Morales’s own move, the Boston Crab, but he broke the hold just in time (sub 1-3, rolled 4). Pedro earned a pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press in the 7th minute. A Flying Elbow by the Macho Man exhausted Morales. Savage earned more pin attempts w/ a Body Slam and Flying Body Press of his own. Savage also locked in his Sleeper. Each earned another pin attempt w/ his own Flying Body Press. Morales Slammed Savage through the Announcer’s Table outside the ring. When the action returned inside the squared circle, the Puerto Rican legend landed another Flying Body Press. He covered, Sinclair made the count, and Pedro Morales became your new Television Champion! ENDs at the time of the pin were Morales -18 and Savage -13. Savage had successfully defended the title 6x. 17 min 53 secs

Bruno Sammartino v The Sheik: Larry Zbyszko interfered in this match on MD 151, battering Sammartino and causing his tag team partner to be disqualified. The Sheik had the 1st 5 pin/sub attempts of the match, including w/ a Camel Clutch and after an Arabian Facebuster but couldn’t put the Living Legend away. Sammartino battled back w/ a Bruno Body Slam, Bear Hug and Shoulder Block. After 8 minutes both men were exhausted. The match turned when the action went outside and Bruno Slammed the Sheik through the Announcer’s Table. Back inside, Sammartino applied a Full Nelson and Bear Hug back to back, but the Sheik refused to submit. Bruno Punches did him in though, and Sammartino got the pin at 15 min 24 secs.

Dusty Rhodes & Verne Gagne v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: this bout had its genesis on MD 153, when the Crew attacked Dusty pre-match and Verne made the save. The faces looked good early, w/ Rhodes performing Dusty Punches, a Sleeper and a High Knee & Elbow Smash combo, and even got a little dirty by grabbing a fist full of tights on a Quick Pin Move, and Verne a pair of Head Scissors and Flying Body Press. Lars tagged in hot and landed a Blatant Low Blow (-5 END). A Double Running Lariat by the Crew forced Gagne to use his savvy to avoid the pin. Valiant pulled Gagne outside the ring. Lars followed and got Body Slammed on the Concrete and Slammed through Table for his trouble. Back in the ring Dusty landed his patented Bionic Elbow and went for the cover. Imagine his surprise when Valiant pulled him off! The Crew earned 3 consecutive pin attempts after an Atomic Drop/Reverse Atomic Drop Combo, a Lars Hip Toss and another Double Running Lariat, but couldn’t get the 3-count. Dusty applied a Figure 4 and landed another Bionic Elbow but Ole broke up both pin attempts. Ole executed a pair of Fireman’s Carries on Verne but Dusty broke up the 1st pin attempt and Verne got his foot on the ropes at the last second after the 2nd (pin 1-6, rolled 4 but 6 6-sided). Sinclair called for the bell and the match was declared a 30 minute time limit draw!

Hulk Hogan v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the most recent encounters in this feud were on MD 142 when Heenan repeatedly interfered, allowing Studd to get the roll-up pin and MD 150 when Ken Patera and Studd attacked Hogan during his bout w/ Ric Flair, putting the Hulkster out of commission for 2 weeks. Here, Heenan distracted Sinclair early, allowing King Kong Bundy to sneak into the ring and perform an Avalanche after a Studd Big Boot (-5 END). Hogan had his moments but this one was mostly controlled by Studd, who finished w/ 5 pin/sub attempts to 2 for Hogan. Big John got the pin after an Atomic Drop. 12 min 2 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 158 results  PostPosted: Jan 18, 2017 - 07:25 PM



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Match Day 158
The Club Agora
Columbus, OH
Referee = Red Shoes Unno

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP D ROUND 2: The Junkyard Dog v Hacksaw Duggan: both lost in round 1, w/ JYD being pinned by Larry Zbyszko and HD submitting to Valentine. Duggan was vociferously booed by the Buckeye crowd. Each man hit a Shoulder Block early w/ JYD adding a Headbutt. Hacksaw earned the 1st pin attempt w/ a 3-Point Stance Clothesline. Duggan earned another after rolling JYD back into the ring following a Hit w/ Chair outside (JYD kicked out at the last second). JYD nailed The Thump, exhausting Duggan, but failing to get the pin. A 2nd 3-Point Stance Clothesline ended this one, w/ Duggan getting the pin at 9 min 17 secs.

DESTINATION RELEGATION II D2: Greg Valentine v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the New Living Legend applied an Armbar and nailed a Piledriver early, but it was a Hammer Figure 4 that earned the match’s 1st pin/sub attempt. Dangerously then pummeled Valentine outside the ring while Zbyszko distracted Unno (-4 END). Zbyszko dominated the rest of the way w/ an Abdominal Stretch, Double Chop, Piledriver and eventually getting the pin after a Shoulder Breaker at 13 min 51 secs. ENDs at the end were Zbyszko -2 and Valentine -26.

Tommy Rich v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: Steamboat joined Rich for his entrance, giving the face an added pop (+1 END). Rich opened w/ a 2nd Rope Body Press and Atomic Drop, but Arakawa then rattled off 8 of the next 9 moves, including a Thrust Kick and Hansen tripping Rich. Rich battled back w/ a Flying Fist Drop then almost got the pin after an Elbow Smash. A Piledriver broke the camel’s back and Arakawa was pinned at 8 min 42 secs.

Jimmy Snuka v Rick Rude: Superfly got the submission victory w/ the Brain Claw but the big news here was the post-match announcement that Rude would miss 3 weeks of action due to a knee injury, apparently suffered when he was Slammed through Announcer’s Table (-8 END). Get well, get well soon, we want you to get well, Rick Rude!

Verne Gagne v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: each man entered the contest on a 4 match losing streak. Slaughter had the advantage early w/ a pair of Body Slams, a Power Slam and a Military Knee to Gut. Gagne almost got the surprise pin w/ a Small Package but Slaughter reached the ropes just before Unno’s hand came down for the 3rd time. Gagne continued w/ a Sleeper and Minnesota Body Slam. But a Stalling Suplex and a pair of Cobra Clutches by Slaughter allowed him to get the pin at the 10 min mark.

STIPULATION MATCH-Losers Done as a Tag Team: Tito Santana & Pedro Morales v Mr. Saito & Gene Kiniski: with Santana and Saito both involved in Destination Relegation II, this match took on even more pertinence. Recognizing this, Saito grabbed a Fist Full of Tights and went for a Quick Pin Move early but couldn’t get the 3-count. He and Kiniski teamed for a Double Clothesline on Morales. Santana tagged in and they teamed for a Double DDT before Tito came close to getting a pin w/ an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up. Saito was tired after Repeated Punches to Face by Morales followed by a Santana Mule Kick. Kiniski came in on a hot tag and evened up the match quickly, nailing a Canadian Press, teaming w/ his partner for a Side Kick/Body Slam combo, then performing a Back Drop. Minutes later the heels performed a Double Powerbomb. Morales came in on a hot tag but only hit single pt moves. Kiniski put him in the Canadian Press then tagged out, teaming for a Back Drop/Nerve Hold combo on his way out. Santana returned and went for the Figure 4 but Saito reached the ropes. Saito executed a Throat Thrust then the heels performed another double-team move, this time a Double Back Elbow Smash. Santana fought through the pain and performed another Electric Chair Drop and Roll Up. He covered, Unno began the count, Kiniski was met by Morales, and Santana/Morales got the win. 13 min 4 secs
 
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Post subject: Raw 4/11 results  PostPosted: Jan 21, 2017 - 01:26 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 4/11
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
Referee = Charles Robinson

Zack Ryder v Seth Rollins: Seth hit an Inverted Huracanrana before the action spilled outside the ring. Robinson was on the verge of a 10-count when Damien Sandow disabled him. Ryan Tran ran to the ring and continued the match. Zack hit 5 consecutive moves, including an Inverted Atomic Drop, Diving Headbutt Drop and a pair of Double High Knees. Seth tired Zack w/ Rolling Suicide and a Turnbuckle Powerbomb. Ryder got the pin though after a sweet finishing sequence of Swinging Neckbreaker, Broski Boot and Elbro Drop! 8 min 16 secs

R-Truth v Kevin Owens: Truth performed the 1st 7 moves, all 2+ pts, including a pair of Lie Detectors (Corkscrew Flying Forearm Smash) and an Inverted Suplex Slam and looked well on his way to victory. Then Chris Jericho showed up (later in the night he and Kevin would reveal they were “best friends”) and distracted Tran, which allowed Owens to undo the turnbuckle and Powerbomb Truth into the corner without the protective layer (-7 END). Owens followed it up w/ a Moonsault and 4 straight single pointers. Truth’s What’s Up? (Leaping Reveres STO) surprised the rotund Owens and earned the 3-count from the well-positioned Tran. 7 min 11 secs

Kane v Ryback: Kane landed a Short-Arm Clothesline early then got the submission w/ a Sleeper. 3 min 5 secs

Dean Ambrose v Shane McMahon: who could forget on 4/4 when Shane O’Mac cheered on the Lunatic Fringe in the latter’s match against Sheamus, then turned on him, KOing him. Here, Shane was too busy jawing w/ the partisan crowd to notice the bell, allowing Dean to nail his finishing Spinning Side Slam. McMahon kicked out then hit a Shane Elbow Drop and Shane-O-Shuffle. Ambrose connected w/ a Diving Elbow Drop before Shane took over again. Shane hit a pair of Shane-o-Shuffles, another Shane Elbow Drop and finished Dean off w/ a Facelock Neckbreaker, getting the pin at 9 min 6 secs. The third upset of the night on Raw!

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions The Lucha Dragons v The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Big E) w/ Xavier Woods: the match was even early on w/ Kofi performing a Superplex, Kalisto a Handstand Headscissors Takedown, Sin Cara a Springboard Moonsault and Big E a pair of Running Splashes. Everyone was doing what they did best! The New Day hit consecutive double-team moves (Shoulder Block/Leg Drop and Shoulder Breaker/Running High Knee), tiring Kalisto. Sin Cara tagged in a hot tag and performed 10 straight moves, including a Suicide Dive, double-team High & Low Dropkicks, Single Leg Boston Crab and Corskscrew Plancha. By the end of that run Kingston was exhausted. Kalisto and Big E returned, and this time it was the New Day’s turn for a run, with a Running Splash, Midnight Hour and Belly-to-Booty. Woods then distracted the ref, which allowed Big E to nail Multiple Rib Breakers and Spear through 2nd Rope. Kalisto somehow kicked out of the pin attempt. Sin Cara returned and he and Big E exchanged blows before the Dragons performed their finisher-Salida del Sol & Swanton Bomb. Kofi couldn’t break up the pin, Tran counted to 3, and the Lucha Dragons retained the tag team titles! 20 min 51 secs

STIPULATION MATCH-Triple Threat Match-Winner Gets Women’s Title Shot: Sasha Banks v Paige v Tamina: Sasha got beaten up early, w/ Tamina Superplexing her and Paige hitting a Paige-Turner (Swinging Leg Hook Fireman’s Carry Slam), Hair Pull Toss and Multiple Short-Arm Clotheslines. Paige landed a Side Kick on Tamina then the same on Sasha, but then while celebrating Banks rolled her up in a Small Package (Tamina broke it up). Paige had no allegiances, teaming up w/ Tamina for a Double DDT on Sasha, then immediately after working w/ Sasha for a Double Powerbomb. Paige applied the Black Widow (Octopus Hold) on Tamina but Sasha broke it up. Paige continued to control the match, applying an STF on Sasha and hitting the Ram-Paige on both Sasha and Tamina. Paige hit the Ram-Paige again on Tamina. She covered, Banks couldn’t break it up, the ref counted to 3, and Paige earned the victory and title shot. 15 min 8 secs


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Post subject: Triple Threat Rules  PostPosted: Jan 21, 2017 - 01:39 PM



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Is anyone interested in the rules I have created for the Triple Threat matches? Am I allowed to post them? Thanks to Steve Williams for the basic concept of using 3 different 6-sided die, 1 for each wrestler, to determine control!

The 3 things I wanted to incorporate are (1) breaking up pins/subs (in a Triple Threat match the 1st pin/sub wins, so the 3rd person in the match has an incentive to break up), (2) rolling out of the ring (X hits a move on Y and the first thing Y does is roll out of the ring to avoid a pin attempt), and (3) double-team moves (X & Y team up on Z).

I think the results I get are pretty realistic. I have had about 5 of these matches and each have gone a decent length. The last thing I want is a really quick ending in one of these matches, and the rules I have help avoid that. I have also adjusted the rules as I go along to make the matches even more realistic.
 
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Post subject: Smackdown 4/12 results  PostPosted: Jan 23, 2017 - 05:54 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 4/12
Valley View Casino Center
San Diego, CA
Referee = Rod Zapata

Kofi Kingston w/ ally Xavier Woods v Chris Jericho: quick and easy victory for the New Day’s Kofi Kingston as he got a roll-up pin. Post-match, Y2J and his new best friend Kevin Owens challenged the New Day to a bout. 1 min 33 secs

Nikki Bella v Summer Rae: ladies, please! On 3/28 Summer Rae DDT’d Nikki then with Alica Fox brutally beat her, resulting in a 2 week injury to the lovely Bella. Here, pre-match, Summer came at Nikki w/ a Steel Chair, but Emma intervened and used the Chair on Summer (-7 END)! The fans knew what was coming-a squash match for Nikki. But someone forgot to tell Summer, who opened w/ 4 straight moves, including a Kneeling Mat Slam and Big Boot. Nikki responded w/ 4 straight moves of her own, including a Spinebuster and Snap Mare Knee Attack. Summer earned the 1st pin attempt of the match w/ a Superplex, but Nikki reached the ropes. Bella nailed her Rack Attack but Summer kicked out of the pin. Nikki went to the middle turnbuckle and performed a Flying Body Press. Zapata made the count and Nikki got the pin. Post-match though, Summer attacked Nikki w/ a Nightstick, clocking her in the head. A medical examination later revealed a concussion. Nikki will be out for 1 month!

Zack Ryder & Dean Ambrose v The Social Outcasts (Heath Slater & Bo Dallas): Bo hit the Bo-Dazzler early on Ryder then followed it up w/ a Low Blow/Quick Roll-Up combo. Dean wasn’t fast enough, Zapata made the count, and the Social Outcasts got the upset victory! 2 min 7 secs

Randy Orton v AJ Styles: AJ locked in the Stylin’ Crab early and walloped Orton w/ a Baseball Bat. The Apex Predator performed a Swinging Neckbreaker and Orton Elevated DDT. The Phenomenal One then nailed the final 5 moves, including a Stylin’ DDT and Styles Clash, getting the submission on an exhausted Orton w/ a Calf Crusher. 8 min 40 secs

STIPULATION MATCH-winner gets WWE World Heavyweight Championship bout-Jack Swagger v Sheamus: the Celtic Warrior dominated here, hitting a Drop Suplex, Irish Curse Backbreaker and Celtic Cross before putting Swagger away w/ a 2nd Celtic Cross. Sheamus got the pin at 4 min 6 secs. Next week on Smackdown, it will be John Cena v Sheamus for the world title!

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Goldust v Champion Rusev w/ valet Lana: the match spilled outside the ring early and it looked like a likely double count-out but Lana smashed Zapata w/ Brass Knuckles pulled out of her dainty purse. The match resumed w/ Mike Chioda as ref and both combatants back in the ring. Rusev used the Brass Knuckles on Goldust, unbeknownst to Chioda. Lana inadvertently distracted Rusev, allowing Goldust to land a Dropdown Uppercut. Rusev performed a Running Hip Attack. Goldust tired the Bulgarian Brute w/ a pair of Dropdown Uppercuts. Rusev evened the bout w/ a Roundhouse Kick. The match was open for someone to take. Goldust went for it, landing a 2nd Rope Bulldog. He covered, Chioda made the count, and Goldust is your new Intercontinental Champion! 7 min 23 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 159 Results  PostPosted: Jan 24, 2017 - 04:59 PM



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Match Day 159
Community Concourse
San Diego, CA
Referee = Brian Hebner

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP A ROUND 3: Jack Brisco v Stan Hansen: Brisco is 2-0 in the tournament, w/ a sub victory v Jesse Ventura and a pin of the Honky Tonk Man. Hansen has a sub victory v HTM and a sub loss v Ventura. Hansen performed a Texas Stomp and a Superplex, but Brisco Slamming Hansen through the Announcer’s Table changed this one (-8 END). A Flying Forearm allowed Brisco to get the pin, win the group and secure his place in the RWF. 3 min 39 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II A3: Jesse Ventura v The Honky Tonk Man: the Body performed a Body Slam and covered, Hebner made the count, and the Honky Tonk Man lost the match and his livelihood in the RWF! 2 min 4 secs

Rick Martel v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the Hitman got the pin on MD 147. Bret used his preferred foreign object, a Singapore Cane, early here then nailed a Snap Suplex. Martel tired Hart w/ 3 Diving Crossbodies. Hart responded w/ a DDT, Inverted Atomic Drop and Piledriver, earning the 1st pin attempt of the match. Martel exhausted Hart w/ a Gutwrench Suplex, Airplane Spin and Boston Crab. The Mouth of the South tried to turn the tide when he threw Brass Knuckles into the ring, but it was Martel who grabbed and used them (-10 END)! A Slingshot Splash soon after ended this one in Martel’s favor. 12 min 44 secs

John Cena v The Iron Sheik: Cene came into the bout w/ a 2-1 edge in the rivalry, and ended this one quickly w/ a Boston Crab, forcing the submission at 1 min 40 secs.

Andre the Giant v Jake Roberts: one of those matches that lasted much longer than you would think, but with the expected result. Andre dominated. By the time he got the pin after a Sitting Splash, he led in END + 3 to -19. This was the 6th win in Andre’s last 7 matches. He has to be considered a contender. 11 min 26 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The British Bulldogs v Champions The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Zbyszko almost got the pin on the opening move w/ a Small Package but Davey Boy Smith kicked out at the last second (pin 1-3, rolled 4). Zbyszko kept the momentum going w/ a Standing Reverse Figure 4 Leglock, Flying Kneedrop and Abdominal Stretch, tiring the Bulldog. The Dynamite Kid came in on a hot tag, performed 3 single pt moves then teamed w/ his partner for a Sandwich Clothesline. All hell broke loose when Ox Baker entered the ring and DDT’d the Kid. Hebner immediately called for the bell and DQ. The heels then brutally beat the Bulldogs. Dr. Brenda Buttons examined the Kid post-match and found a hamstring injury that would need 2 weeks to heal. The Bulldogs vowed revenge on Baker. 5 min 9 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 160 Results  PostPosted: Jan 26, 2017 - 03:29 PM



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Match Day 160
Universal Amphitheater
Universal City, CA
Referee = Drake Wuertz

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP B ROUND 3: Tito Santana v Tully Blanchard: To bring you up to date, Santana lost by DQ to Paul Orndorff then pinned Mr. Saito, while Blanchard was pinned by Saito then pinned Orndorff. Tito landed an Elbow Smash early here and Blanchard came back w/ a Chop Block. But for some reason Larry Zbyszko got involved, entering the ring and Powerbombing Santana. The ref called for the bell and DQd Blanchard. The heels took their wrath out on Santana. 2 min 33 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II B3: Mr. Saito v Paul Orndorff w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Mr. Wonderful dominated the 1st 5 mins, performing an Atomic Drop, Running Clothesline and Body Slam, and allowing Saito only 3 moves. But a Karate Kick by Saito proved decisive, and he got the surprise pin, winning the group. Paul Orndorff is relegated! Bad went to worse for Orndorff when Gene Kiniski joined his former tag team partner (see MD 158) in the ring to administer a beatdown of Heenan’s charge. 6 min 32 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Bundy is tough to put away and has more endurance that you’d think a big guy would have. But the Warrior dominated, hitting Multiple Warrior Clotheslines, a Warrior Splash and Warrior Corner Splash. After exhausting KKB, the Warrior impressively demonstrated his great strength with a Gorilla Press Drop. The Ultimate Warrior got the pin after a Leaping Shoulder Block at 9 min 45 secs.

Dusty Rhodes v JBL: this was a good one. JBL was in control early after a Gutwrench Suplex and Superplex, but then Wuertz got knocked out inadvertently after a whip to the ropes. The match resumed w/ notorious babyface referee Connie Marker as the replacement. Not surprisingly, Dusty turned it around, performing 10 of the next 12 moves, including a Body Slam (JBL got his foot on ropes at the very last second), Power Slam and Dropkick. An exhausted JBL battled back though with a Swinging Neckbreaker and Elbow Drop. Then, somehow, a box of Thumbtacks spilled on the mat. There are those ringside who swear they came out of JBL’s trunks, but Marker only saw the what and not the how and allowed the match to continue. JBL took advantage and Body Slammed Rhodes onto the Thumbtacks! Dusty was bloody, JBL nailed a Flying Body Press, and Marker made the 3-count. 11 min 28 secs

The Crusher & Otto Wanz v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes & Nick Bockinwkel: the heels tried a pre-match sneak attack w/ Brass Knuckles but Crusher and Wanz foiled it and used the objects against them (-4 END for each heel). The match was full of action, with 10 pin/sub moves between the tag teams. Otto hit a Big Otto Splash on Bockwinkel. Both teams performed Double Dropkicks. Crusher exhausted Bockwinkel w/ a Full Nelson. Bockwinkel exhausted Crusher w/ a Piledriver. Wanz almost got the pin after a German Headscissor but Bockwinkel got his foot on the ropes just in time (pin 1-7, rolled 6 but 6 6-sided). Slaughter exhausted Wanz w/ a Cobra Clutch. Crusher exhausted Slaughter w/ a Bolo Punch. The match was pretty even. Who would blink first? Big Otto Splash! Bockwinkel is out, the referee makes the count and Crusher and Wanz win! 19 min 13 secs

UNITES STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Mad Dog Vachon v Harley Race: Handsome Harley went for a pre-match sneak attack but the Mad Dog was ready and Bit his Forehead! The champ followed up an opening minute DDT w/ his finishing Piledriver. A tired Race was unable to kick out and MDV successfully defended his US title. 1 min 39 secs
 
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Match Day 161
Euphoria Ballroom
San Rafael, CA
Referee = Johnny Shorn

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP C ROUND 3: Roddy Piper v Buddy Rose: whether it was Rose getting a boost from introducing a new heel, Austin Idol (and Buddy’s replacement since he already lost the group and will be relegated), or Piper realizing the match meant nothing as he had already secured his RWF position by winning the group, Rose made quick work of Roddy and got the pin after a Body Slam. 1 min 36 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II C3: Adrian Adonis v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: not much on the line here with both guys going into the playoff to battle for their Federation lives. That didn’t stop Patera from whacking Adonis w/ a Chair or Heenan from Throwing a Fireball (-5 END)! And it certainly did not deter stablemate King Kong Bundy from entering the ring and DDTing Adonis, drawing the immediate DQ. The heels then started beating up Adrian, but were stopped when…his old tag team partner Jesse Ventura made the save! Post-match, “the East-West Connection is back,” said the Body! 3 min 19 secs

The Kangaroos v Ox & Baron: on MD 145 the ‘Roos watched ringside and distracted Baker and Von Raschke when the heels battled Tito Santana & Pedro Morales. Baker opened the action by Biting Don Kent, tiring him w/ a Heart Punch, Whipping Kent into the Ropes, exhausting him w/ a 2nd Heart Punch and almost getting the pin after a Body Slam (foot on ropes at last second). Baker decided to give his partner a chance, and they teamed for a Running Knee Smash/The Claw and a Choke w/ Whip while the other distracted Shorn. The embattled Kent was finally able to tag out and Al Costello demonstrated some offense w/ a Mouth Stretch, Back Drop and Hit w/ Chair. Baker returned and reestablished momentum for his team. The Ox nailed a Running Knee Smash while the Baron held Costello w/ the Claw. A Backbreaker by the Baron resulted in a pin of the exhausted Costello. But then Commissioner Buttons appeared and reversed the result of the match, citing the flagrant and persistent cheating of Ox and Baron, which has no place in the RWF! The Euphoria Ballroom crowd went wild, chanting, “Butt-ons, Butt-ons!” 13 min 54 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Kurt Angle: a Karate Thrust and Head Scissor Takedown put the Dragon ahead, and when he found and used Angle’s hidden Screwdriver (-8 END), the proverbial writing was on the wall. Steamboat finished him off w/ a Piledriver. 3 min 4 secs

Lex Luger v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: another fast match, w/ Superstar taking the advantage w/ a Backbreaker and Side Headlock, then grabbing a Fist Full of Tights on a Quick Pin Move and getting the 3-count from Shorn. Luger was pissed and demanded a rematch! 5 min 33 secs

Antonio Inoki v Jerry Lawler: Andy Kaufman got involved in the action at ringside, refusing to be intimidated by Lawler. Inoki pushed Lawler away, telling him to pick on someone his own size. This one got even crazier when the match proper began as Wahoo McDaniel, a member of Inoki’s gang, appeared ringside and knocked out Inoki w/ a Tomahawk whack, allowing Lawler to get the easy pin. Wahoo turned heel! What a strange evening. 1 min 2 secs
 
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Match Day 162
Family Dog at the Great Highway
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Ralph Hamilton

DESTINATION RELEGATION II GROUP D ROUND 3: The Junkyard Dog v Greg Valentine: the Hammer forced a submission out of Hacksaw Duggan then was pinned by Larry Zbyszko. The former World Heavyweight Champion JYD needed to win this one having been pinned in his 2 prior group matches. The ref was distracted by a commotion at ringside as the bell rang, and Valentine took advantage, using a Staple Gun on JYD. The ref turned around to see the Hammer toss the gun and JYD showed him his chest, where 2 staples were implanted (1 DQ pt). Valentine nailed a Pointed Elbow to Gut then applied a pair of Boston Crabs. JYD applied a submission hold of his own, an Abdominal Stretch before Valentine reasserted control w/ a Neckbreaker and Vertical Suplex. JYD looked like he had a chance after a Hit w/ Chair, Turnbuckle Ram and DDT, but the Hammer locked in his finishing Figure 4. JYD escaped but Valentine got the pin immediately after. JYD lost the group and was relegated! Valentine, who would have to wait for the next match to find out his fate, declared post-match “no more Mr. Nice Guy” and that he was willing to do whatever it takes to remain in the RWF. 9 min 18 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II D3: Hacksaw Duggan v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Z’s manager might be named Dangerously, but we all know who the most dangerous man in the RWF is-tag team partner the Sheik. And he accompanied Zbyszko down the ramp for the entrance. As long as he was not pinned or submitted, Zbyszko would win the group. Hacksaw knew it and came out guns a blazin’, performing a trifecta of Power Slams, a Three-Point Stance Clothesline and a Sleeper Hold. The Sheik had seen enough, and surprised Duggan w/ an Arabian Facebuster. Hamilton disqualified Zbyszko, playing right into his hands. The heels then beat up Hacksaw. Zbyszko secured his place in the Federation while Duggan moved on to the playoffs along w/ Valentine. 5 min 31 secs

Argentina Rocca v The Sheik: Rocca earned a huge pop when he introduced a new wrestler to the RWF, the long-awaited Lou Thesz! Rocca was still basking in the adulation when the bell rang. The Sheik immediately threw Argentina to the mat and applied his finisher, the Camel Clutch. Rocca was stunned and forced to submit in 22 secs! The Sheik broke a 6 match [singles] losing streak.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: sometimes you have a match-up that looks bad on paper but ends up being exhilarating in actuality. Then you have this, a great match-up on paper that disappoints. Hawk must have been distracted when the bell rang because Michael Hayes immediately rolled him up in a Small Package and got the pin (1-4, rolled 3). The rivalry is now tied at 2 wins apiece. 37 secs

Otto Wanz v Gene Kiniski: big Otto applied a Bear Hug early then came close to getting a pin after a Powerbomb in the 6th minute, but Kiniski got his foot on the ropes at the last second. A Shoulder Smash seemed to not only soften Gene up a little more but also tired him. But Kiniski was only biding his time. He hit 5 of the next 6 moves, including a pair of ruthless Backbreakers, earning the 3-count after the 2nd on an exhausted Wanz. 9 min 42 secs

STIPULATION MATCH – winner gets World Heavyweight Championship match – Dick the Bruiser v Nick Bockwinkel (no double DQ, no double count-out, no draw and no time limit): Bruiser had the advantage early, landing a DDT, a Closed Fist to Head that resulted in a cut, Headlock & Punches and Forearm Smash to Chest. Bockwinkel fought back w/ a Flying Leg Smash and Dropkick and tried for a Quick Roll-Up. Dick was caught using a Roll of Quarters but only given a warning. After a Piledriver and Sleeper by Bockwinkel, the match was tied at -12 END. Dick performed a 2nd Rope Knee Drop. Bockwinkel responded w/ a Foreign Object of his own, a CPR Doll (which will be his preferred object going forward)! Bruiser executed another Headlock & Punches and went for the pin. Hamilton made the count, 1-2-3, and Bruiser earned a title shot. 14 min 40 secs
 
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Post subject: Official Rankings # 18  PostPosted: Feb 03, 2017 - 07:14 PM



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Official Rankings # 18
Calculated after the results of MD 162 and audited by the esteemed accounting firm, Arthur Andersen

1. World Heavyweight Champion Magnum TA (3)
2. Dick the Bruiser (NR)
3. United States Champion Mad Dog Vachon (6)
4. Ric Flair (2)
5. Nick Bockwinkel (1)
6. Andre the Giant (10)
7. Antonio Inoki (4)
8. Ricky Steamboat (NR)
9. Television Champion Pedro Morales (NR)
10. Randy Savage (5)

Tag Teams
1. World Tag Team Champions The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko (NR)
2. The British Bulldogs (1)
3. The Road Warriors (3)
4. The Crusher & Otto Wanz (NR)

Note: the number in parentheses to the right of the wrestler/tag team refers to the previous ranking.
 
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Post subject: RE: Official Rankings # 18  PostPosted: Feb 10, 2017 - 01:20 PM



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Dick the Bruiser catapults himself to Number One Contender after the big win over Bockwinkel in San Francisco. How will he fare in the title match against Magnum TA ? Time will tell !
 
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Post subject: Re: RE: Official Rankings # 18  PostPosted: Feb 11, 2017 - 11:48 PM



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GV wrote:
Dick the Bruiser catapults himself to Number One Contender after the big win over Bockwinkel in San Francisco. How will he fare in the title match against Magnum TA ? Time will tell !


I allowed too much time to pass between rankings. In the interim, Nick Bockinkel lost the WHC to Magnum TA, Dick the Bruiser won the #1 contender tournament and then the title from MTA, and MTA reclaimed it in a triple threat win over Bruiser and Bockwinkel. And with his defeat of Bockwinkel, Dick the Bruiser will have an opportunity to become a two-time champion on MD 163
 
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Post subject: Raw 4/18 results  PostPosted: Feb 12, 2017 - 07:51 PM



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2016 WWE Subdivision
Raw 4/18
O2 Arena
London, England
Referee = Mike Chioda

Heath Slater v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: in a 4/5 bout between the Miz and Neville, Heath accidentally KOd the Miz w/ a Shield, allowing Neville to get the easy cover. Pre-match here, Neville grabbed the mic from the Miz to taunt his upcoming opponent (Raw 4/25), Seth Rollins. The Miz dominated the match, nailing an Awesome Clothesline and Release German Suplex before the action went outside the ring. Slater got distracted by a group
of attractive females in the front row and the Miz took advantage by Hitting him w/ a Chair. The Miz rolled the exhausted Heath back into the ring and covered for the pin. 6 min 47 secs

R-Truth v Kevin Owens w/ best friend Chris Jericho: these two faced each other on 4/11 and Truth got the pin despite Jericho getting involved. Truth opened this one w/ 5 straight moves, including a Vertical Suplex Stunner and Inverted Suplex Slam. Owens got back into the match
when he Smashed Truth into the Ring Steps and also performed a nice Pumphandle Neckbreaker. Truth surprised the Prizefighter w/ a Corkscrew Scissors Kick, then finished him off w/ What's Up? Truth wins again and the Britains loved it! 6 min 3 secs

The Prime Time Players v The Dudley Boyz: the match started hot, w/ D-Von performing a Corkscrew Back Elbow and Inverted DDT on Darren Young, before Darren responed w/ a Discus Forearm Smash. Titus O'Neil tagged in and executed a Pounce, Paycheck (Rib Breakers), Piledriver and a double-team Double Shoulder Block. A tired D-Von finally tagged out and Bubba Ray came in on a hot tag, nailing a Bubba Cutter and applying a Sleeper Hold. O'Neil submitted and the Dudleyz got a tag team victory. 5 min 38 secs

Roman Reigns v Braun Strowman w/ Wyatt Family: on 4/5 Strowman was DQd after whacking both Reigns and the ref w/ Chair. Reigns showed great strength here when he performed a Samoan Drop, and
followed it up w/ a Jumping Clothesline. Strowman picked Reigns up like a doll and delivered a Powerbomb and a little later a Chokeslam. Bray was offering advice to Brauan when Reigns took advantage, rolling him up and grabbing a fistful of tights, unseen by the ref, who made the 3 count.
5 min 36 secs

The Rock v Adam Rose: on 4/5 Rose was about to pin Stardust, when The Rock appeared, KOd Rose and placed Stardust on top. In the first minute here, the Apex Predator Randy Orton entered the ring and hit an RKO out of nowhere on the Rock, drawing a DQ for Rose. The heels then brutally beat the Rock, who will be out injured for 2 weeks. 1 min 3 secs

WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Charlotte w/manager Ric Flair v Paige: it was no surprise to anyone that the ladies stole the show. Paige wanted to win the title in her home country, while Charlotte relished denying her. The champ executed a Running Jumping Knee Drop and Somersault Senton early, but Paige was undeterred, clamping on her Cross-Legged STF and landing a Samoan Drop. Paige applied her other submission move, the PTO and then took advantage of Ric distracting his
daughter, nailing a Ram-Paige. The match looked to swing back into Charlotte's favor when her Dad distracted the ref, allowing the Queen to Blatantly Choke Paige on the Ropes (-5 END). Charlotte applied her own submission move, the Figure-Eight Leglock. But Paige wouldn't quit, hitting a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and applying the PTO again. After 13 mins the match was tied at -15 END. Charlotte applied her Figure-Eight Leglock again, and this time Paige could not escape, submitting at 14 min 14 secs. Charlotte retained the title, sending the English crowd home disapppointed!
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
4/19
O2 Arena
London. ENG
Referee = John Cone

Titus O'Neil v Alberto del Rio: Rusev jumped into the ring w/ a Nightstick in the early going, swung and missed Titus, but connected w/ del Rio, knocking out Mexico's Greatest Export. O'Neil covered for the easy win. 2 min 3 secs

The Golden Truth v The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Braun Strowman) w/ allies Erik Rowan and Bray Wyatt: as if his strength wasn't enough, Strowman discovered that he enjoyed using a Staple Gun (staple to Goldust's forehead) (his new preferred foreign object). While Harper distracted Cone, Rowan hit his finisher on R-Truth. The decisive moment came when Truth took Braun's Staple Gun, clobbered Harper with it, then covered for the 1-2-3. The Intercontinental Champ showed he could fight dirty if necessary, and the crowd approved of his actions against the hated Wyatts. 6 min 45 secs

Rosa Mendes & Emma v Summer Rae & Paige: this match had its genesis on 4/5, when the heels attacked Mendes pre-match and Emma made the save. This one turned out to be an excellent back and forth match. Paige applied her PTO early. Emma clamped on a Boston Crab. Paige and Summer teamed for a nice Side Kick and Big Boot right before a Summer Running Clothesline, tiring Emma. Mendes battled back with a double-team Double Back Elbow Smash followed by a pair of Thesz Presses and a Rosa Shoot Kick, tiring Summer. The 1st swing of the match came when Summer Rae distracted Cone, allowing Paige to punch Mendes w/ a Roll of Quarters (-10 END)! The exhausted Mendes managed to kick out after a Ram-Paige and Sunset Flip, provoking the commentators to compliment her great ring instinct because she clearly had no idea where she was. Emma tagged in and teamed for a Double Hip Toss. Summer and Paige teamed for a Back Kick and Samoan Drop combo. An Emma-Plane looked to give the faces a leg up but an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up by Summer surprised Emma, and Summer was able to get the 3-countfromy Cone. 14 min 13 secs

Cesaro v Erik Rowan w/ allies Braun Strowman & Bray Wyatt: these 2 wrestled to a double count-outo n 4/5 as they brawled into the crowd. A Cranial Crank by Cesaro and a Scoop Slam by Rowan were the best moves early, and after 7 mins the match was dead even at 0 END. Cesaro nailed 3 straight 2 pt moves, a Release German Suplex, Cesaro Swing, and Running Corner to Corner Uppercut before Rowan changed the momentum with a big Body Slam. The Wyatt acolyte followed it up w/ a Canadian Backbreaker Rack, from which there was no escape, and the Swiss Superman was forced to submit at 9 min 36 secs.

Dean Ambrose v Shane McMahon: who could forget Shane-O-Mac turning on the Lunatic Fringe on 4/4, then McMahon getting the pin on 4/11. Shane showed his class by opening w/ a Low Blow. A pair of Running Knee Lifts and a Superplex, not to mention a Punch to Shane's Groin, had Ambrose feeling a little better. Shane came at Dean w/ a Hammer but Ambrose showed why he is the master of improvisation when he took the Hammer and KOed Shane w/ it, making the easy cover for the pin and victory. Or so we thought! Commissioner Stephanie McMahon, who must DESPISE Ambrose because we know there is no love lost between the McMahon siblings, came out and reversed the result of the match, citing the use of the foreign object. 7 min 1 sec

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion John Cena v Sheamus: the pundits were unable to come up w/ a scenario where Sheamus got the upset. What little imagination they have! AJ Styles and Bo Dallas attacked the champ pre-match, with AJ catching him in the Styles Clash and Dallas the Bo-Dazzler (-10 END)! Sheamus looked to be on his way to victory after hitting a Drop Suplex and Celtic Cross early, but Cena rallied w/ 9 consecutive moves, including a Vertical Suplex and Slam through Announcer's Table. But the pre-match beating proved to be too much to overcome, and after an Irish Curse Backbreaker and Brogue Kick, Sheamus got the 3-count from Cone and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Cena. 9 min 10 secs
 
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Match Day 163
Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Tom Hamilton

DESTINATION RELEGATION II - ELIMINATION ROUND: Adrian Adonis v Stan Hansen: Adonis was not ready for this one as Hansen opened w/ 9 straight moves, including a finishing sequence of Texas Stomp, Piledriver and Brazos Valley Backbreaker. Adonis submitted at 4 min 31 secs. The Lariat secures his RWF slot and Adrian Adonis is relegated!

DESTINATION RELEGATION II - ELIMINATION ROUND: Jesse Ventura v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the Body had the advantage early after performing a Power Slam and Hitting the strongman w/ a Chair. The Brain inserted himself into the action when he tripped Ventura then tried to hand his client a Pool Cue. Jesse acted fast, intercepting Cue then bashing Patera on the back. Hamilton gave a stern warning. Patera caught Ventura in a Quick Pin Move and grabbed a Fistful of Tights for good measure bu the Body escaped. An Inverted Body Vice exhausted Patera and almost resulted in the pin, but the Olympian kicked out at the last second. Patera tired Ventura w/ a Swinging Neckbreaker. When Patera went outside the ring for a breather, Adrian Adonis, Ventura's old tag team partner from the East-West Connection, came down the ramp and surprised him, scooping him up and depositing him via Body Slam on the concrete. Adonis then rolled him into the ring where Jesse made the cover and got the 3-count. Ventura retained his RWF status while Ken Patera is done. Ventura and Adonis held raised hands in the ring and the East-West Connection is officially reunited! 8 min 4 secs

Bobby Heenan was interviewed and said good riddance to "those muscle-bound freaks" Orndorff and Patera. The Brain said he sticking w/ the big guys, John Studd and King Kong Bundy, who didn't need weights to be strong.

Sting v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: a feud has developed here after Patera surprised Sting w/ a finisher on the ramp on MD 153 and Sting took Studd's Singapore Cane and used it on MD 156, resulting in a DQ of the face. Blackjack Mulligan interuppted Sting's pre-match interview here to promote the Blackjacks upcoming MD 168 bout v The East-West Connection. Mulligan promised that size and strength would prove a lethal combination. The match itself was eventful as well. Heenan was caught trying to pass the Cane and banned from ringside. Studd had the momentum when he performed 7 of 8 moves, including a Body Slam, Big Boot and Heart Punch. Sting responded w/ 8 moves of his own, including a Diving DDT and Dropkick. A Scorpion Deathdrop softened up Studd and a Sleeper Hold finished him off, with the ref calling for the bell at 14 min 48 secs.

The High Flyers v The Original Midnight Express w/ manager Jim Cornette: a double-team Face Slam on Gagne by the Express resulted in an early pin. This was the 5th straight loss for the Flyers while the Express ended a 6 match losing streak. 3 min 8 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Harley Race: an excellent bout. Warrior nailed a Gorilla Press Drop but the ref was distracted by Jake Roberts. Race rolled him up in a Small Package as Hamilton turned around (savvy). Warrior performed a pair of Vertical Suplexes, landed a Big Boot and hit a Gutwrench Suplex. Race stuck w/ the tried and true, inflicting his damage w/ a Body Slam, 2nd Rope Knee Drop, Elbow Smash and a bash w/ Brass Knuckles. Race impressively got his shoulder up after a Warrior Corner Splash. Just as impressively Warrior survived a Piledriver, 2d Rope Knee Smash, Piledriver sequence. Both men were exhausted. Race bit Warrior's Forehead. Warrior applied a Leg Scissor's Choke. Hamilton was oblivious. Then out of nowhere Race caught Warrior and nailed another Piledriver. Handsome Harley covered, Hamilton made the count, 1-2-3, Race wins! 18 min 57 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Magnum TA v Dick the Bruiser: Dick earned a DQ pt but also established the tone w/ an opening Thumb to Throat. He also performed a Body Slam, DDT and Headlock & Punches, tiring the champ early. An Eye Gouge earned Bruiser a 2nd DQ pt, and he would have to play it straight the rest of the way. MTA saw his opening and took it, performing 10 consecutive moves, including a Hit w/ a Chair (fair is fair), Stalling Suplex, and Belly-to-Belly Suplex. Dick was exhausted but was able to avoid the 3-count. Then Bret Hart stormed the ring and DDTd Magnum, forcing Hamilton to call for the bell and disqualify Bruiser. The heels brutally MTA. An examination by the renowned Dr. Brenda Buttons would reveal a back injury needing 2 weeks to heal. For those wondering, the Hitman was clearly seeking retribution for Magnum's interference on MD 101, when MTA KOd Hart while the ref was stunned and placed John Cena on top for the easy cover.
 
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