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Post subject: MD 164 results  PostPosted: Feb 22, 2017 - 07:31 PM



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Match Day 164
Springer's Inn
Portland, OR
Referee = Bruno Lauer

DESTINATION RELEGATION II - ELIMINATION ROUND: Hacksaw Duggan v Tully Blanchard: Hacksaw dominated this one, though Tully had a chance late after a Release German Suplex and Small Package. But Duggan proved too much, hitting a Superplex and Power Slam early, a pair of Stalling Suplexes in the middle, and ending the match w/ an Atomic Drop and pin. Hacksaw continues in the RWF while Blanchard is forced to wander the lesser wrestling landscape. 9 min 45 secs

DESTINATION RELEGATION II - ELIMINATION ROUND: Tito Santana v Greg Valentine: Tito's tag team partner Pedro Morales watched from ringside and distracted the Hammer pre-match (-3 END). The key sequence began in the 6th minute, when the action went outside the ring. Valentine Slammed Santana into the Ring Steps, Slammed him through the Announcer's Table then Body Slammed him onto the Concrete. Santana tried to rally but the damage was done. A Figure Four Leglock by Valentine forced a submission out of the brave Santana. Valentine will continue on his RWF path while Santana is done as a singles wrestler in the RWF. Pedro Morales took the mic from the ring announcer and vowed to remain Tito's tag team partner. An astute observer might say Santana looked less than pleased. 8 min 50 secs

This is as good a time as any to say an official goodbye to Tully Blanchard, Honky Tonk Man, Paul Orndorff, Ken Patera, Buddy Rose, 2-time World Heavyweight Champion the Junkyard Dog and at least as singles wrestlers, Adrian Adonis and Tito Santana. May the ropes always have a little give and your turnbuckles be filled with success.

Antonio Inoki v Wahoo McDaniel: on MD 161 during the Inoki Jerry Lawler bout, Wahoo McDaniel turned on his fellow gang member, KOing Inoki and allowing Lawler to get the easy pin. Here, Inoki had some embarrassment and a sore lower back after slipping and falling during his entrance (-3 END). There was some good action here in an even bout. Wahoo Body Slammed Inoki and performed a Suplex and Piledriver. Inoki had a Diving Knee Drop and Enzuigiri. A finishing Fall-Away Slam exhausted McDaniel, and Inoki was able to get the pin. 7 min 40 secs

Ric Flair v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: the Nature Boy wanted revenge after Arakawa inadvertently hit him in the knee w/ a Tire Iron during Flair's match w/ Hulk Hogan on MD 150, putting him on the shelf for 1 month. Mitsu earned a pair of DQ pts w/ a Leg Scissor Choke and Eye Gouge. Flair tried to fight fair w/ an Elbow Drop and Flair Chops but gave in and engaged in a Mouth Rip. A Knee Drop exhausted Arakawa and a Back Suplex by Flair resulted in a pin. 7 min 55 secs

Dusty Rhodes v JBL: on MD 160 a Body Slam on Thumbtacks led to a JBL victory. Dusty had a Powerbomb and a pair of Running Bulldogs early but JBL responded w/ a Running Clothesline and Swinging Neckbreaker. Both men earned DQ pts, Dusty w/ a Front Choke Hold and JBL an Eye Gouge. Dusty caught JBL in a Figure 4, and an exhausted JBL was forced to submit. 8 min 6 secs

WORLD TAG TAG CHAMPIONSHIP: The Crusher and Otto Wanz v Champions The Sheik and Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the New Living Legend introduced his Title Belt to Crusher's face TWICE in the opening minute, cutting Crusher's back then exacerbating the cut. Wanz tagged in and performed 4 of the next 5 moves, including a Superplex. The Sheik tagged in but was met w/ a Body Slam and tagged out shortly after. The Sheik changed the momentum of the match when he distracted Lauer, allowing his partner to tie Wanz up in a painful Abdominal Stretch in the ropes (-7 END). A Shoulder Breaker exhausted Otto, and Crusher was forced to break up the subsequent Standing Reverse Figure 4 Leglock. The Sheik returned and while Lauer was busy arguing w/ Crusher used his Title Belt on Wanz. Crusher finally returned and hit 6 stright moves, including a doubleteam Double Clothesline. Zbyszko returned, teaming for a Double Russian Leg Sweep and nailing a pair of Shoulder Breakers on Crusher, forcing Wanz to break up a pin attempt. Both Otto and the Sheik tagged in, and though Wanz was able to break out of the Camel Clutch, he was stunned by a Fireball, unseen somehow by Lauer, and the Sheik was able to get the tainted pin. Post-match, Nick Bockwinkel joined the champs in a beating of Wanz and Crusher. ENDS at the time of the pin were Crusher -9, Wanz -16, Zbyszko 0 and the Sheik -1. 15 min 54 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 165 results  PostPosted: Feb 23, 2017 - 06:20 PM



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Match Day 165
Salt Palace
Salt Lake City, UT
Referee = Tim Fuller

Rick Martel v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: coming into the match each had a win against the other. Martel's ego took a hit as he was not as well-received by the crowd as he thought he would be (-2 END). Guess that squeaky clean image just doesn't go over well in a roughneck town like Salt Lake! The opening 5 minutes were a feeling out process. Then the Mouth of the South used Sleeping Gas on the referee, allowing Bret to apply a series of illegal holds, culminating in a 2nd Rope Piledriver, before Fuller came to (-10 END). From there it was just a matter of time, as the Hitman put on a clinic, nailing a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop, European Uppercut, Inverted Atomic Drop and finishing Martel w/ a Pendulum Backbreaker. Hart got the pin at 10 min 18 secs.

Mil Mascaras v Austin Idol: the Universal Heartthrob had his debut spoiled by the masked Mascaras, who showed his high flying acumen w/ a Diving Crossbody, his technical skill w/ a Surfboard, and his surprising strength w/ a Bear Hug. The exhausted Idol was forced to submit at 6 min 14 secs.

STIPULATION MATCH-winner gets into Triple Threat Match on MD 166, which will determine who gets United States Championship opportunity-Ricky Steamboat v Kurt Angle: these two met on MD 161 where the Dragon made quick work of Angle after finding the heel's hidden Screwdriver. Angle never really got into this one, with a Headbutt as his only significant maneuver. Steamboat hit Angle w/ a Jumping Judo Drop after a Top Rope Body Press and got the pin on the exhausted Angle, who claimed afterwards that Fuller quick-counted him (pin 1-4, rolled 4). 7 min 39 secs

Dusty Rhodes & Verne Gagne v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the genesis of what is developing into a feud was the MWC attack of Dusty on MD 153. Verne made the save. The teams then wrestled to a time limit draw on MD 157. This one looked like it was destined for the same. Valiant got involved early, distracting Fuller, which allowed Ole Anderson to enter the ring and double-team Dusty (-5 END). In the 6th minute the action went outside the ring, where Ole Slammed Verne through a Table, Body Slammed him on the Concrete then Slammed him again on the hard floor. Ole went on a tear on Rhodes beginning in the 13th minute, when he applied a series of Arm Bars, connected on a wicked Clothesline, teamed w/ Lars Anderson for a Double Running Lariat, then stood by as Valiant tossed Salt into the eyes of the American Dream. Valiant inserted himself again when he tossed a Nightstick to Lars who used it on Verne. Dusty performed an 8 move run late on Lars that included a pair of Chop Blocks, his Figure 4 and a Double Back Drop but couldn't get the pin. Ole tagged in and teamed for another Double Running Lariat. Verne was unable to break up the pin and the exhausted Rhodes could not kick out. The Crew got the pin at 26 min 15 secs. ENDs at the time of the pin were Dusty -16, Verne -15, Lars -24 an Ole +6.

Hulk Hogan v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: latest encounter in this feud occured on MD 157 when King Kong Bundy came in on a double-team and Studd eventually got the pin. Hogan pumped himself and the crowd up pre-match w/ a fiery promo (+2 END). Studd dominated the opening minutes, nailing a Big Backbreaker and Running Clothesline after Hogan failed to lift him in a Powerbomb attempt. After a pair of Atomic Drops by Studd, the Hulkster appeared to be in trouble but rallied, hitting a Running Clothesline and applying a Bear Hug. Studd stopped any momentum w/ a Heart Punch. In the 10th minute Bundy came stumbling down the ramp only to be followed by Andre the Giant. The crowd roared and Andre prevented any interference. His friend's help was just what the doctor ordered, and Hogan dominated the ensuing 5 mins, connecting w/ his Big Boot, applying another Bear Hug, and landing a pair of Hogan Leg Drops. But Studd proved resilient and hit a pair of Atomic Drops and applied a Bear Hug of his own that almost resulted in a submission (sub 1-3, rolled 4). But a knockdown by Hogan and a 3rd devastating Hogan Leg Drop proved too much, and Studd succumbed to the pin. ENDs at the end were Hogan -15 and Studd -39. 17 min 26 secs

Commissioner Buttons announced to great acclaim a tag team bout for MD 172 - Hogan and Andre v Studd and Bundy. He assured all that the ring would be reinforced.

Bruno Sammartino v Nick Bockwinkel: after 2 incredible matches, the Salt Lake crowd prepared themselves for a letdown that did NOT come. While waiting in the ring pre-match Bruno was confronted by a trash-talking Sheik standing on the platform. Sammartino was in control at the beginning, performing 8 of the opening 9 moves, but all were single pointers. Bruno hit a Belly-to-Back Suplex in the 8th minute then a couple of minutes later exhausted Nick w/ a Full Nelson. A Canadian Backbreaker Rack and another Full Nelson in the 13th minute had Bockwinkel wondering where he was. Then instinct took over, at least an instinct to cheat and rely on the help of a friend. Bockwinkel grabbed a Fan's Beer Bottle and smashed it over Bruno's head, tiring the Living Legend. Sgt. Slaughter appeared and slipped Nick a Roll of Quarters, which he also introduced to Sammartino's noggin (-6 END). A Blatant Choke and a pair of Sleeper Holds had the former 3x World Champion thinking he might pull this one out yet. But after a Flying Leg Smash the bell rang, and the match was deemed a 20 minute time limit draw. Bruno dominated the first half and Bockwinkel the second.
 
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Match Day 166
The Music Box
Omaha, Neb
Referee = Brad Robinson

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Pedro Morales v Randy Savage: the Macho Man invoked his rematch clause and hoped to regain the prestigious belt. Savage performed a Flying Body Block early only to get caught in a Quick Roll-Up (kick out). Outside the ring, Morales Slammed Savage on Concrete then Slammed him through a Table. Savage landed a Running Clothesline back inside the ring before the champ executed a Knee Drop Backbreaker and applied his finishing Boston Crab (ropes). The Macho Man then performed the next 6 moves, including a Running Elbow Smash, exhausting Morales. Savage Threw Morales over the Top Rope. Tito Santana then appeared w/ a Jump Rope. It looked to everyone like he was going to attack Savage but instead he choked his tag team partner Morales with it! Santana then rolled the unconscious Morales back into the ring, where Savage made the cover for the easy pinfall and recovered the TV Championship. Post-match, Santana said that Morales should have helping him during Destination Relegation II and that they are done as a tag team and as friends. And now Tito Santana is done in the Retro Wrestling Federation! 9 mi 49 secs

Lou Thesz v Pat Patterson: Lou did not disappoint in his debut. He performed a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplex. Patterson was caught using his Crash Test Dummy (curiously named Patrick) that he brings with him to every match. The crowd chanted the face's name (Lou, Lou, Lou), pumping Thesz up (+ 4 END). A Body Slam exhausted Patterson and allowed Thesz to get the pin. 6 min 8 secs

Lex Luger v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: these two wrestled an even bout on MD 161 but Graham got the pin after grabbing a fistful of tights. Here, Mr. Saito jumped onto the apron in the opening minute and Threw Salt at Luger. But Lex covered his eyes and the Salt blasted Superstar's face. Blinded, he went down, and Luger covered for the easy 1-2-3. 1 min 3 secs

Andre the Giant v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the record between these 2 behemoths is even, with each registering 3 wins against the other. Each failed lifting the other early in this one. Andre's Kick to Face was the only significant move before the closing sequence, when the Frenchman nailed 8 straight moves. A Body Slam of Bundy followed 2 moves later by an even more impressive Power Slam allowed Andre to get the pin. 11 min 39 secs

The British Bulldogs v Ox & Baron: Baker and Von Raschke have been making life a living hell for the Bulldogs, trashtalking them before their title defense against the Sheik & Larry Zbyszko on MD 150 and interfering in the rematch (Baker DDTd the Dynamite Kid), drawing a DQ before the heels beat and injured the Kid. Here, the Kangaroos prevented a pre-match assault by Ox & Baron, using the Chairs on the heels (-4 END for Ox and -3 for Baron). The match itself was nice and violent. Davey Boy Smith performed a Press Slam and the Kid a Gutwrench Suplex early. Baron connected twice w/ a Boot to the Kid's Face. Baker landed an Overhead Forearm Smash. The Bulldogs teamed up for their devastating finisher, a Power Slam and Flying Headbutt combo, but the exhausted Baker was ablle to kick out. The Dynamite Kid hit a Piledriver and Smith a Running Clothesline on the Baron. The German performed a Superplex and Repeated Head to Turnbuckle. Baker tagged back in and the Baron distracted the ref while Baker Choked Smith w/ a Whip. The Kid came in hot, nailed a Snap Suplex and immediately after teamed for the finishing Power Slam/Flying Headbutt. The Baron failed to break up the pin and Baker could not kick out. The Bulldogs get some revenge! 16 min 12 secs

Triple Threat Match (winner faces Mad Dog Vachon for the United States Championship): Ricky Steamboat v John Cena v Ric Flair: as everyone knows the RWF puts on a great show but to this writer the triple threat matches might be the best of all. A nice sequence early set the tone, when Steamboat and Cena teamed for a Double Atomic Drop, Steamboat Body Slammed Cena, and Steamboat hit a Running Clothesline on Flair. All is fair in love and wrestling. Steamboat broke up a Sunset Flip pin on Cena, Flair an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-up pin attempt on Cena, and Cena the same move on Flair. The Dragon was at the top of his game! Flair hit a Running Clothesline on Steamboat and Cena a Running Leaping Shoulder Block to take Steamboat down a notch. Flair rolled out of the ring to take a breather after a Jumping Judo Chop. A Knife Edge Chops followed by a Diving Headbutt Drop on Flair gave Steamboat another pin attempt but Cena was able to break it up. Steamboat applied a Seated Armbar on Cena but he broke the hold. Ricky then hit his Jumping Judo Chop finisher on Flair but Cena broke up the pin again. Flair then ralled in a dizzying finishing sequence where all 3 had chances to win. But it was a Figure 4 by the Nature Boy that decided this one. He clamped it on Steamboat, who couldn't break the hold, and Cena couldn't break it up. Flair wins via Steamboat submission at 25 min 26 secs! ENDs at the time of the sub were Steamboat -18, Flair -18 and Cena -15.
 
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Post subject: Raw 4/25 results  PostPosted: Feb 25, 2017 - 06:10 PM



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2016 WWE Subdivision
Raw 4/25
XL Center
Hartford, CT
Referee = Chad Patton

Stardust v Luke Harper w/ allies the Wyatt Family and leader Bray Wyatt: the crowd loved the Wyatt's music and entrance-what an eerie spectacle (+2 heat)! Unfortunately for Luke, he was distracted by the crowd and his Family and Stardust was able to get a pin on a Quick Pin Move in the opening minute. Unbelievable! 38 secs

Dolph Ziggler v Curtis Axel: on 3/21 Axel injured Ziggler by smashing him w/ a Sledgehammer. Both men were ready from the outset here. Dolph performed a Superplex and Jumping DDT early and Axel a Running Knee Smash and Rolling Neck Snap. After Axel landed a Sliding Clothesline his fellow Social Outcast Bo Dallas tossed Brass Knuckles into the ring. But it was Ziggler who quick on the draw and he grabbed and used them on Axel (-10 END), which seemed like justice to Dolph and the crowd. A follow-up Zig Zag was too much for the exhausted Axel and Ziggler got the easy 1-2-3. 5 min 36 secs

Neville v Seth Rollins: the crowd hates the Architect, greeting him w/ a chorus of boos (+1 heat). This was an even bout with some impressive maneuvers. Neville surprised Seth w/ a Handspring Tornado DDT. Rollins responded w/ a Turnbuckle Powerbomb. Seth thought he had the advantage after a Reverse STO but the Man That Gravity Forgot came back w/ a Diving Headbutt Drop. Rollins grabbed a Cattle Prod (his new preferred foreign object) from under the ring, and gave Neville a nice shock. For good measure he followed it up w/ a Slingblade. Neville evened the match w/ 4 straight single pt moves but a Pedigree finisher from Rollins allowed the Architect to get the pin, albeit perhaps on a quick-count (pin 1-10, rolled 10). 8 min 36 secs

Zack Ryder v AJ Styles: AJ performed 10 of the opening 14 moves, but his were all single pointers, and a Double High Knee and Flapjack had Ryder still in the match. But the Phenomenal One hit a Phenomenal Forearm, followed it up w/ a Pele Kick, and a minute later clamped on the Calf Crusher. The exhausted Long Island Iced-Z was forced to submit at 9 min 39 secs. Then things got really interesting. AJ Styles shocked his opponent, the crowd and even referee Chad Patton when he offered a post-match handshake to Ryder. AJ Styles turned face!!!

Sasha Banks v Tamina: these were the losers of the triple threat match w/ Paige on 4/11. Sasha was in control of this one and had exhausted Tamina but Banks followed Tamina into the crowd where they brawled. Neither seemed aware that Patton was making the 10 count. Double count-out! 7 min 33 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions The Lucha Dragons v The Club: the New England crowd didn't take kindly to the heels' entrance and responded appropriately (-2 heat). After 7 mins in the ring, Luke Gallows didn't know if he was in Hartford or Rutherford. Sin Cara Slammed him through a Table. Kalisto caught him w/ a Springboard Cross Body. The Dragons teamed twice for a Salida del Sol/Swanton Bomb combo. When Gallows finally was able to tag out, he was at -18 END. Karl Anderson came in on a hot tag and was able to inflict some damage on Sin Cara, performing a Spinning Spinebuster and Reverse Piledriver. Kalisto returned and hit 4 straight moves, including a Running Frankensteiner Facebuster and teaming for a Double Back Body Drop. Anderson needed a break and Gallows returned, generating some offense w/ a Gutbuster Drop, Fireman's Carry Flapjack and teaming for an Aided Diving Shoulderblock. But it was too little too late. The Dragons finished the match w/ a Deadlift Powerbomb/Diving Corkscrew Crossbody finisher and easily go the 3 count. The Lucha Dragons continue their reign! 16 min 49 secs

Shane McMahon's music came on and he came out dancing and smiling, but the crowd greeted him w/ venom. Shane announced a few of the upcoming Payback matches: (1) Kevin Owens v R-Truth (on 4/11 despite Chris Jericho's help Truth got the pin, and then on 4/18 Truth nailed his What's Up and got the win again), (2) Sheamus v John Cena (Sheamus won the World Heavyweight Championship from a game Cena, who was attacked pre-match on 4/19), and (3) Shane McMahon v Dean Ambrose in a STEEL CAGE (Shane turned heel and attacked Dean on 4/4, Shane pinned Dean on 4/11, and Dean pinned Shane after taking and using Shane's Hammer on 4/19 only to see Stephanie reverse the result). Shane was not reading the crowd well as he promised to "uphold the good New England McMahon name against the trailer trash Dean Ambrose." The crowd chanted "Dean is bett-er" as Shane walked up the ramp.
 
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Post subject: Smackdown 4/26 results  PostPosted: Mar 01, 2017 - 11:28 PM



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2016 WWE Subdivision
Smackdown 4/26
Verizon Wireless Center
Manchester, NH
Referee = Charles Robinson

Mark Henry v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: the Miz opened w/ a Half Nelson Facebuster then caught Henry in a Boston Crab. The World's Strongest Man was not strong enough to get to the ropes or break the hold, and was forced to submit to the A-Lister. 1 min 13 secs

Becky Lynch v Alica Fox: the Irish Lass Kicker dominated, performing a pair of Back Kicks, a Gutwrench Suplex, a Lass-Plex and getting the pin after a Leg Lariat on the exhausted Fox. 4 min 31 secs

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Goldust v Rusev w/ valet Lana: the Bulgarian Brute grabbed the Championship Belt pre-match and tried to hit Goldust with it. The champ evaded Rusev, took the belt from him, and smashed him on the back (-5 END). In the match proper, Rusev opened strong, performing the first 5 moves, including a Powerbomb that nearly resulted in a pin and title change (Goldust kicked out at the last second). But then Robinson and both wrestlers were knocked out in a Superplex gone wrong. Ryan Tran rushed to the ring and reached at 10 count. Double count-out! 3 min 52 secs

The New Day w/ Xavier Woods v Kevin Owens & Chris Jericho: Y2J performed the first 6 moves of the match, including a Double Underhook Powerbomb. Owens tagged in and continued the beating on Kofi Kingston, landing a Running Senton. Big E came in hot, hit a Powerbomb and made the cover. Tran dove to the mat, made the count, 1-2-3, and the New Day were victorious! Booty-Os for everyone! Owens berated the ref, claiming a quick-count (pin 1-3, rolled 3).

Jack Swagger v Randy Orton: in the 1st rankings issued on 4/4, Swagger was ranked 6th and Orton 7th, though both have lost since. The Apex Predator put on a clinic here, hitting a European Uppercut, Orton Stomp, Swinging Neckbreaker, Gutwrench Suplex, Exploder Suplex, Orton Elevated DDT, Orton Backbreaker, Piledriver and finishing Swagger w/ the RKO. 8 min 30 secs

The Rock entered the ring while Orton was posing post-match. The 2 engaged in a stare down before the Rock recapped what happened on 4/18 (Orton interfered in the Rock/Adam Rose match, DDTing the Rock and then engaging in a brutal beatdown of the Rock) then challenged him to a match at Payback. The crowd chanted "Yes, Yes Yes" and Orton accepted!

Kane v Brock Lesnar w/ advocate Paul Heyman: the Beast Incarnate pummeled Kane. In a match lasting 8 min 20 secs, Kane performed 3 moves. Lesnar executed a pair of Overhead Suplexes, a trifecta of F-5s, and got the pin after a Gutwrench Suplex.
 
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Match Day 167
Electric Theater
Chicago, IL
Referee = Tom Foley

Tommy Rich v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: Mitsu Arakawa and Mr. Saito attacked Rich pre-match, resulting in the Commissioner scheduling a tag team match for MD 170. Rich chose Ricky Steamboat as his partner! Piper dominated this short bout, landing Repeated Punches and performing a Suplex, before finishing Wildfire off w/ a DDT. The pin came at 4 min 6 secs.

Mil Mascaras v Gene Kiniski: Verne Gagne surprised Kiniski on the ramp, clasping him in his patented Sleeper. Kiniski was rendered unconscious and could not make it to the ring. Mascaras wins via pre-match count-out.

The Midnight Rockers v The Russians: this match barely got underway before a new tag team, the Steiner Brothers, introduced themselves to the Federation by storming the ring and flattening both teams. No contest! Tag team matches were scheduled between the Steiners and each of the teams here. 52 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the last match in this feud was a while ago, MD 136, where the result was a double DQ. Warrior wasted little time getting reacquainted, hitting a Gutwrench Suplex and getting the pin after a Flying Body Press. 2 min 33 secs

Bobo Brazil v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Bobo threw Slaughter out of the ring in the opening minute then tired him with an assortment of movs, including Slamming him through Announcer's Table. At Atomic Drop at the 4 min mark had Brazil well ahead. But Slaughter battled back w/ a Chest Breaker and Cannon Ball. Slaughter then caught Brazil in the lethal Cobra Clutch. Bobo couldn't break the hold and was forced to submit at 5 min 20 secs.

Verne Gagne v Jerry Lawler: Gagne performed the openign 10 moves, including a Side Headlock, Rebound Cross Body Block and Minnesota Body Slam. Lawler was exhausted. After the King executed a single point move, Verne performed another 8 consecutive moves, including a pair of Head Scissors and another Side Headlock. The action then went back and forth for a couple minutes before Lawler rolled Gagne up in a Small Package. Foley made the count, 1-2-3, and despite being down -23 to +4 END, Jerry Lawler got the victory. Unbelievable! This was the 6th straight loss for Gagne. 12 min 46 secs
 
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Match Day 168
Harpur College
Binghamton, NY
Referee = Rudy Charles

Argentina Rocca v The Iron Sheik: after losing his match on MD 149, the Iron Sheik threw a tantrum and hit a Suplex on Rocca's before the latter's bout. Rocca was in full control and displaying his entire arsenal, performing a Top Rope Body Press, Slingshot Suplex, Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up, Diving Headbutt Drop and a pair of Flying Headscissor Takedowns. But the Iranian hung in there, then took his chance when Stan Hansen and Dusty Rhodes appeared ringside and battled. The ref was distracted, the Iron Sheik reversed a Rocca pin attempt then used the ropes as leverage as the ref turned around. Rocca kicked out but was in trouble as the Iron Sheik hit 5 straight moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex, a pair of Reverse Atomic Drops and a Power Slam, exhausting Rocca. But the high flyer had a 2nd Rope Splash left in him, delivered it, and got the 3 count from Charles for the victory. 16 min 30 secs

Otto Wanz v Jake Roberts: King Kong Bundy demonstrated his disdain for Wanz by performing an Avalanche on the ramp. Wanz couldn't get up and it was ruled a pre-match count-out.

The Crusher v Jack Brisco: Crusher was joined by Wanz and Sammartino for his promo, with Wanz vowing revenge against Bundy and Crusher gaining confidence for his match (+ 2 END). Crusher performed 3 of the opening 4 moves, but then Brisco went for a Flying Forearm, missed, and the match had to be stopped for injury. A post-match examination would reveal a 4 week injury to Brisco. 2 min 36 secs

The East-West Connection v The Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: both Ventura and Adonis had confrontations w/ former Heenan client Ken Patera in Destination Relegation II. Blackjack Mulligan performed an Arm Breaker and teamed for a double-team Knee to Gut on Adonis, before Blackjack Lanza tagged in. Lanza hit a Flying Knee Drop then clamped on the Claw Hold and went for the pin on a tired Adonis. Ventura failed to break it up and Adonis couldn't kick out. Pin for the Blackjacks! 4 min 3 secs

Jimmy Snuka v Rick Rude: Ravishing Rick suffered a knee injury at the hands of Superfly Snuka on MD 158 and missed 3 weeks of action. So you know Rude would come out hot, right? WRONG! Snuka dominated the opening minutes, hitting among other moves Multiple Chops and a Top Rope Body Press. Rude showed some life w/ a Stump Pulling Piledriver. The action moved outside the ring and into the crowd and it looked like a double count-out when Harley Race showed up, armed w/ his new preferred foreign object, a Kendo Stick. He disabled the referee and the match continued w/ Mickey Jay as the new official. Rude showed some offense w/ a Gutwrench Suplex and Quick Pin Move, but Snuka was still dominant, hitting a Flying Body Press, Flying Body Splash, Diving Headbutt and applying his Brain Claw. A devastating Superplex on the exhausted Rude proved too much, and Superfly got the pin and victory. 14 min 53 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Mad Dog Vachon v Ric Flair: the Nature Boy looked to regain the title he was forced to relinquish after being hit inadvertently in the knee w/ a Tire Iron by Mitsu Arakawa on MD 150 (in a non-title bout w/ Hulk Hogan). Flair looked to be on his way, hitting 7 of the 1st 8 moves in the match here, including a Low Blow and Back Suplex. But then Flair ran into Jay on a whip to the ropes. Mickey called for the bell and DQd the Nature Boy. Flair responded as a heel should in such a moment and beat Jay senseless. Vachon retained. 4 min 35 secs
 
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MD 169
Worester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester, MA
Referee = Joey Morella

Rick Martel v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: on MD 165 Hart took a 2-1 series lead thanks to the Sleeping Gas used by the Mouth of the South on the referee. Here, Bret came at Rick w/ a Singapore Cane as the bell rang. Martel took the Cane, whacked Hart once, was warned by Morella then whacked the Hitman again, drawing the disqualification. 33 secs

Sting v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Sting has a submission victory and Studd a pre-match count-out and DQ victory in this feud. The New England crowd gave Sting a thunderous ovation during his entrance (+2 heat). The match didn't start well for Studd as he was distracted by the Brain, which allowed Sting to nail the Scorpion Deathdrop. In the 7th minute Heenan tossed Studd's Singapore Cane into the ring but Sting intercepted and used it, exhausting the big man. Blackjack Mulligan stormed out and slipped Studd a roll of quarters as he tried to recover on the apron. Studd bashed Sting on the side of the head (-6 END). But Sting responded w/ a Scorpion Deathlock, and Big John was forced to submit. 7 min 18 secs

The High Flyers v The Original Midnight Express w/ manager Jim Cornette: the Express got a quick pin on MD 163. This match started hot, with Randy Rose connecting on a Chop to Chest then Jim Brunzell performing in order a Monkey Flip, Quick Pin Move, Spinning Toe Hold and Superplex. Rose tagged out and Dennis Condrey came in, hitting 3 straight moves, including a Body Slam and Knee Lift. Jumping Jim was able to make the tag. Cornette flailed his hands wildly, catching the ref's attention, which allowed Condrey to pound away. But Gagne caught Condrey in a Sleeeper Hold and Morella called for the bell when Condrey appeared to pass out. 6 min 10 secs

Antonio Inoki v The Sheik: Inoki applied a pair of Cobra Twists and the Sheik Threw a Fireball and nailed a Swinging Neckbreaker. Then the match got interesting! The Sheik locked in his Camel Clutch and it looked like the end for Inoki but his friend Andre the Giant rushed to the ring and KOd the Sheik (-10 END). After a Manji-Gatame and Fall-Away Slam, Inoki got the pin on the Most Dangerous Man in the RWF. 5 min 19 secs

Bruno Sammartino v Nick Bockwinkel: these two legends battled to a time limit draw on MD 165. With a Blatant Choke, Flying Leg Smash and Sleeper Hold, Bockwinkel had this one well in hand. A finishing Piledriver allowed him to get the early pin on a stunned and tired Sammartino. 4 min 20 secs

STIPULATION MATCH-winner gets World Heavyweight Championship bout-Andre the Giant v Dick the Bruiser: Andre ws in control of this one early, landing a Running Clothesline, Knife-Edge Chops and a Chop to Head. The action went outside the ring where Dick Slammed the Giant into the Ring Steps two times, before the Andre responded w/ a Slam on Concrete. When Bruiser Slammed Andre into the Steel Steps for a third time, Morella reached a count of 10 and counted both men out! But we needed a winner, and Commissioner Buttons ordered the match restarted. 3 Sitting Splashes in less than 3 minutes are too much for any man, and Andre the Giant got the pin and earned a title shot. 13 min 45 secs
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Payback 5/1
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL
Referee = Rod Zapata

Cesaro v Erick Rowan w/ Wyatt Family and leader Bray Wyatt: these 2 had a double count-out on 4/5 and Rowan submission victory on 4/19. The fan's greeted Rowan w/ debris, hitting the big man w/ a bottle (-2 END). The Swiss Superman dominated the opening minutes, hitting a pair of Swissblades, a Gutwrench Suplex and Running Corner to Corner Uppercut. Rowan battle back w/ 6 consecutive move, including a Sleeper. But a Cesaro Crossface on the exhausted Rowan forced a submission out of the Wyatt. 6 min 52 secs

Co-Commissioner Stephanie McMahon announces a series between 3 tag team, the Usos, New Day and Club, to determine the # 1 contender for the World Tag Team Championship. Over the next 3 nights, each team will face the other, beginning onight w/ the Usos v the Club

The Usos v the Club: each team has a pin against the other. Absolute domination as the Club steamrolled the stunned Usos. Luke Gallows impressed w/ a Running Clothesline, double-team Double Superkick, and a pair of Blockbusters. Karl Anderson tagged in and nailed 3 straight 2 pt moves, a Swivel Gun Stun, Brainbuster and Reverse Piledriver, exhausting Jey Uso. Jimmy tried to break up the cover but Gallows prevented it, and Zapata made the quick count (pin 1-8, rolled Cool. The Club go 1 up in the series. 4 min 32 secs

R-Truth v Kevin Owens: Truth has 2 victories over Owens, on 4/11 and 4/18. This one was over before it got going, with Owens getting an early pin after a Bullfrog Splash. 1 min 33 secs

The Rock v Randy Orton: The Apex Predator interfered in the 4/18 bout between the Rock and Adam Rose, DDTing the Rock and then brutally beating him. This ended up being an unbelievable match, and afterwards everyone agreed it stole the show. R-Truth was still at ringside pre-match and, upset over his loss, attacked Orton (-4 END). The Rock had the first 2 pin attempts of the match, after an early People's Elbow and after a Slam on Concrete/Hit w/ Chair. Orton gave as he good as he received and earned pin attempts after an Orton Elevated DDT and Punt Kick. After 13 mins the match was even at -15 END. The Rock hit an Samoan Drop. Orton fought back w/ an Orton Backbreaker and RKO. The Rock nailed a Swinging Neckbreaker and came oh so close to getting the pin (Orton kicked out at the last second, pin 1-9 rolled 10). The Rock landed another People's Elbow and this time Orton could not escape. The Rock got the victory and Payback at 16 min 50 secs. Post-match, the crowd gave a standing ovation to both wrestlers.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena v Champion Sheamus: on 4/19 the champion Cena was attacked pre-match by AJ Stles and Bo Dallas (-10 END). Cena battled valiantly there but succumbed to the Irish Curse Backbreaker and Brogue Kick. Cena was in control early here after a Gutwrench Suplex, a Throwback and a pair of U Can't See Me Suplexes. An unbiased observer might have thought Sheamus saw the writing on the wall and was trying to retain by losing via disqualification, as he earned DQ pts for a Leg Scissors Choke and the use of a foreign object that even the most visually challenged referee would have a tough time missing, a Shopping Cart! Cena performed a 2nd Gutwrench Suplex and almost got the pin but the savvy Celtic Warrior got his foot on the ropes at the last second. A Vertical Suplex by the Leader of C-Nation proved too much though, and John Cena reclaimed the World Heavyweight Championship. Post-match, Jack Swagger ran to the ring and joined Cena in pummeling the vanquished Sheamus. 13 min 45 secs

STEEL CAGE MATCH: Dean Ambrose v Shane McMahon: the crowd knew the history here (Shane turned on Dean on 4/4 then got 2 victories over him, one because of his sister who overturned an Ambrose pin) and demonstrated their disapproval of the actions of the boss's son (+2 heat). Everyone was hoping this match would blow the roof off the arena (which Allstate would presumably cover w/ their superior insurance), but it didn't happen. Shane went to the 2nd turnbuckle twice and hit Shane Elbow Drops and Dean went up once, hitting a Diving Elbow Drop. A Dirty Deeds exhausted Shane-O-Mac. Dean followed it up w/ a Whip into Cage and a second Dirty Deeds. The Lunatic Fringe covered, Zapata made the count, 1-2-3, and Dean Ambrose earned Payback. 11 min 43 secs
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Raw 5/2
Scottrade Center
St. Louis, MO
Referee = Mike Chioda

Sasha Banks v Tamina: these 2 were the losers in the 4/11 triple threat then wrestled to a double count-out on 4/25. A Banks Roundhouse, Suicide Dive, Forehand Chops and Bank Statement had Sasha in control. But an exhausted Tamina had some fight left in her, and rattled off 7 consecutive moves, sandwiched by a pair of Swinging Side Slams. But a second Banks Roundhouse not only ended that rally but also the match as Sasha got the pin at 9 min 45 secs in a solid opening match.

Neville v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: the A-Lister doesn't mind earning a nice stack of money for little work, so he must have enjoyed Seth Rollins nailing a Pedigree on the Man That Gravity Forgot while he was making his entrance. Pre-match count-out victory for the Miz.

Titus O'Neil v Alberto del Rio: on 4/19 Rusev came at Titus w/ a Nightstick but connected w/ del Rio instead, allowing O'Neil to cover for the easy pin. Alberto may want to see a new fortune teller, because he's seen this story before. Adam Rose tossed Brass Knuckles to him but they slipped through his fingers and Titus grabbed and used them (-10 END). O'Neil then put on a show, hitting the Paycheck, a Gutwrench Suplex and a pair of Clash of the Tituses, getting the pin after the 2nd one. SWERVE-Shane McMahon appeared post-match and reversed the result of the match, disqualifying O'Neil for using the Brass Knuckles. 4 min 8 secs

Kane v Braun Strowman w/ Wyatt Family and leader Bray Wyatt: a pre-match Strowman sneak attack failed. A Chokeslam from Hell put this one to bed early, w/ the Big Red Machine getting the pin at 1 min 6 secs.

The New Day w/ Xavier Woods v the Usos (match 2 of the 3 match/3 team tag team series): the crowd was not buying the New Day's shtick here. Both teams hit nice double-team moves early, w/ the New Day performing a Shoulder Block/Leg Drop combo and the Usos the Alley-Uce. Jey Uso executed a Pop-Up Samoan Drop and Kofi Kingston a Monkey Flip. Woods tossed his horn Francesca to Kofi who bashed Jimmy Uso w/ it. Kofi had the match's first pin/sub attempt w/ a Boston Crab at the 8:30 mark. Jey had a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights. The Usos came close to getting the pin after a Double Samoan Splash but Kofi kicked out at the last second (pin 1-10, rolled 11). The Usos hit a second Double Samoan Splash at the 16 min mark, this time on Big E. Kofi broke up the pin attempt. Kingston then tagged in and hit a Superplex on Jimmy. Jey couldn't break up the pin and Kofi got the quick count (pin 1-5, rolled 5) by Chioda. The match between the New Day and the Club tomorrow will decide who gets the title shot. Post-match, the Usos lost it over comments made by the ringside commentators, who said the Usos "choked." Jimmy ripped out and threw both monitors at the commentators while Jey yelled at them. The Golden Truth came out and challenged the newly turned heels. 16 min 48 secs

WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP: Paige v Champion Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: a rematch from 4/18 which was even but Charlotte pulled out at the end. Rose Mendes trash-talked w/ Paige pre-match. The challenger performed 9 of the first 10 moves, including a Paige-Turner, Ram-Paige and Multiple Short-Arm Clotheslines. Charlotte landed a Running Jumping Knee and executed a Quick Roll-Up in which she nearly got the pin (foot on ropes at last second, pin 1-5 rolled 4 but 6 6-sided). But a surprise Sunset Flip gave Paige a chance at the title, Chioda made the count, and Paige is your new Women's Champion! 7 min 55 secs
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Smackdown 5/3
Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
Referee = John Cone

Becky Lynch v. Natalya: Lynch gains some confidence pre-match when she is joined by Sasha Banks and Emma for her promo (+2 END). The Irish Lass Kicker dominated the opening, hitting 7 of the first 8 moves, including a Lass-Plex. But then Becky botched a Superplex, knocking everyone out, including Cone. Chad Patton rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count. Double count-out! 4 min 46 secs

Kevin Owens v Tommy Dreamer: Dreamer accidentally bashed Owens w/ Tire Iron in Kevin's match w/ Jack Swagger (-15 END + 1 month injury). Owens got revenge at Wrestlemania when he took a Sledgehammer to Dreamer, injuring him for 1 month. Here, Owens pummelled Dreamer w/ a Cinder Block during the latter's pre-match interview (-6 END). Owens hit a Moonsault and had a pin attempt after a Pop-Up Powerbomb and a submission attempt w/ a Crossface. But Dreamer wouldn't give in and got back in the match w/ a Scoop Power Slam, Sitout Piledriver, a Shot w/ Kendo Stick and a Brass Knuckles blow. But a Double Knee Facebuster by the Prizefighter proved too much, and Owens got the pin at 6 min 34 secs in a fun match.

Stardust v AJ Styles: Stardust's ego takes a hit as his androgynous persona is not as well-received as he thought it would be by the Kansas City crowd (-2 END, -1 heat). Stardust used the perceived disrespect to his advantage hitting the opening 3 moves then performing a sweet Diamond Dust from the ring apron to the concrete floor. Styles was done, and the Club rushed down the ramp and annihilated Stardust, while the ref tended to Styles. The ref didn't see the chicanery and counted both wrestlers out. Double count-out at 2 min 26 secs.

The New Day w/ Xavier Woods v The Club (final match of the 3 team series, with the winner here getting a title shot): the Ascension made the mistake of instigating a trash-talk confrontation w/ the New Day pre-match. The "Road Warriors Lite" comment gave the win to the New Day. The difference in this good match was the third man, Xavier Woods, who interfered on 3 occasions: (1) he started the New Day rock chant w/ his horn, Francesca, distracting Luke Gallows and allowing Kofi Kingston to nail Midnight Hour; (2) he distracted the referee, which allowed Big E to hit Multiple Rib Breakers and a Belly-to-Booty on Karl Anderson; and (3) when the referee was stunned as Anderson made the cover on Big E, Kingston KOd Anderson, the ref came to and began the count, and Woods held Gallow's leg, preventing the break-up. The New Day get the pin and the title opportunity. 12 min

Jack Swagger v Seth Rollins: it wasn't the night for WWE booking/pushing as the crowd showed displeasure during Swagger's introduction. Swagger hit a Football Tackle to Knees early while Seth came back w/ Rolling Suicide less than a minute later. Seth hit a Superplex bu Swagger responded w/ a Big Boot and another Football Tackle. Swagger had the match's first pin/sub attempt w a Patriot Lock in the 10th minute. Seth earned a pin attempt after a Pedigree and Swagger after a German Suplex. Both men were exhausted when Swagger locked in an Abdominal Stretch. Rollins couldn't break the hold and was forced to submit at 12 min 47 secs.

Roman Reigns v Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family: Reigns hoped to put his feud w/ the Wyatts to bed with a victory over the leader, Bray. Reigns came out aggressive w/ a Throat Attack. Bray hit a Running Senton. A Spider Walk + Clothesline creeped everyone out just as much as it hurt Reigns. Reigns landed a Running Clothesline, but was stunned when Bray rolled him up in a Small Package. The ref made the count and to everyone's surprise except for the Wyatts, it was Bray who had the victory. 5 min 36 secs

In a post-match interview, Roman Reigns assured the crowd that this feud was "not over." Bray's voice cackled over the sound system.
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Official Rankings # 2 (after Smackdown 5/3)

1. World Heavyweight Champion John Cena (1)
2. AJ Styles (4)
3. Roman Reigns (3)
4. Brock Lesnar (5)
5. Sheamus (10)
6. Intercontinental Champion Goldust (NR)
7. Rusev (2)
8. Stardust (NR)
9. The Miz (NR)
10. Dolph Ziggler (NR)

Tag Teams
1. World Tag Team Champions The Lucha Dragons (1)
2. The New Day

Women
1. Women's Champion Paige (2)
2. Charlotte (1)
3. Sasha Banks (4)

Number to the right of wrestler(s) was the previous ranking
 
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Match Day 170
Kresge Plaza, MIT
Cambridge, MA
Referee = Nick Patrick

Otto Wanz v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: on MD 168 Wanz was scheduled to wrestle Jake Roberts but couldn't make his match after a Bundy Avalanche on the ramp. Here, in the early going, Wanz blocked Bundy's use of his preferred foreign object, a Cattle Prod, and used it himself. The nefarious Patrick disqualified Otto! 1 min 10 secs

Jesse Ventura v Kurt Angle: Jesse had his moments, opening with the first 4 moves, including a Body Slam and Running Clothesline, and earning late pin attempts w/ a Piledriver, Body Slam and Power Slam, but overall this match was dominated by Angle. Stan Hansen distracted the ref around the 6 min mark allowing Angle to use Brass Knuckles on Ventura (-10 END). Angle earned pin attempts after a pair of Olympic Slams, a European Uppercut and a Headbutt. A third Olympic Slam late was too much for the Body, and the Olympian got the pin at 18 min exactly. At the time of the pin ENDs were Angle -11 and Ventura -42.

Ricky Steamboat & Tommy Rich v Mr. Saito and Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: heels jumped Rich pre-match on MD 167. In this one, Arakawa connected on a pair of Judo Chop's to Rich's Throat early, and the heels combined for a sweet Thrust Kick and Side Kick combo. When the action went outside the ring, all hell broke loose, with Saito Slamming Steamboat into the Ring Steps, Steamboat nailing an impressive Flying Body Press after Hansen distracted Saito, Saito Slamming the Dragon through a Table, and Steamboat hitting Saito w/ a Chair. Back in the ring, Rich rolled Saito up in a Small Package, and after a kick out, teamed for a Double Back Elbow Smash. But then Wildfire botched a Flying Fist Drop, and both he and Saito as well as Patrick were knocked out. Tommy Gilbert rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count. Double count-out! 6 min 26 secs

Hacksaw Duggan v Harley Race: on MD 140 Race hit Duggan w/ a Nightstick pre-match then got an early pin after a Diving Head Butt. Jake Roberts and Rick Rude attempted to double-team Duggan pre-match here, but w/ the help of Antonio Inoki Hacksaw fought them off. A tag team match was scheduled for MD 173. In the match proper, Hacksaw landed a Running Clothesline then followed it up w/ a Whack w/ 2 x 4. Unimpressed, Handsome Harley responded w a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and Diving Headbutt. 2 minutes later a Go-Behind Takedown and Roll-Up resulted in a victory for Race. 5 min 39 secs

Lex Luger v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: on MD 161 Graham got the pin w/ a Fistful of Tights and on 166 Graham was inadvertently hit in the face w/ Salt thrown by Saito, allowing Luger to get the easy pin. Superstar was dominant early, hitting an awesome 4-move sequence consisting of a Superplex, a pair of Backbreakers and Shoulder Breaker. 2 minutes later he hit another Shoulder Breaker and Backbreaker and added a Bear Hug, exhausting Luger. Lex rallied w/ 6 consecutive moves, including a Luger Running Forearm, Big Lex Hiptoss and Atomic Drop. But a second Superstar Bear Hug put an end to the run and the match, as he got the pin at 11 min 22 secs. Post-match, Graham whacked Luger on the head w/ a Steel Chair, injuring the strongman for 1 week.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Magnum TA v Andre the Giant: the moment that decided this one happened before the match, when Doom attacked MTA during his promo (-10 END). The Champ then withstood a Chop to Head, Sitting Splash and Bear Hug, but a Power Slam in the 4th minute ended this one. Andre the Giant is the new Retro Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Champion!!! 3 min 10 secs
 
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Match Day 171
Capitol Theater
Port Chester, NY
Referee = Dick Wohrle

Lou Thesz v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: this one never really got going as Mr. Saito interfered in the 2nd minute, DDTing Thesz and drawing the DQ. The heels proceeded to apply a beating, resulting in an injury to Lou that the illustrious and beautiful Dr. Brenda Buttons estimated would need 2 weeks to heal.

John Cena v Mr. Saito: the devious Saito started well here, hiting an Elbow Smash, 2nd Rope Elbow Drop and Side Kick. Cena kept pace w/ a Running Clothesline and Sitout Hip Toss. After 6 mins the match was even at 0 END. An Attitude Adjustment by the Leader of C-Nation decided this one. Pin at 7 min 4 secs.

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: not satisfied with interfering in the first match of the evening and upset over losing in the second (and possibly wanting to help his old friend and former tag team partner, Kiniski), Mr. Saito attacked Gagne as they passed on the ramp, connecting on a Chop to the Throat (-4 END). Gagne KOd Kiniski w/ a finisher on the ramp on MD 167, resulting in a pre-match count-out. Kiniski took it to Gagne early here performing a Fireman's Carry and Backbreaker. Gagne earned sub attempts w/ a Figure 4 and Sleeper. Kiniski hit 3 more Backbreakers, exhausting Verne. Gagne rallied w/ 4 straight moves, including Head Scissors, before slipping trying to perform a Flyig Body Press, knocking out everyone in the ring, including Wohrle. Jack Pesek raced to the ring and reached a 10 count. Double count-out! 10 min

The Kangaroos v Ox & Baron: a nice feud developing here. The 'Roos watched from ringside and distrated the heels on MD 145. Ox and Baron got the pin on the 'Roos on MD 161 but Commissioner Buttons overturned the decision for persistent rule-breaking. And on MD 166 the Aussies prevented a pre-match assault on their Commonwealth friends, the British Bulldogs, using Chairs on the heels. Here, Al Costello grabbed an Ice Scraper from Baron Von Rashke pre-match, and turned it on the big German (-5 END). Don Kent was the legal member when the Kangaroos performed a Boomerang and looked to be on their way when the unthinkable happened. Kent mistimed a Powerbomb, and the crowd winced when Ox Baker landed extremely awkwardly. The match was stopped and medical personnel rushed to the ring. Dr. Buttons accompanied Baker to the hospital, where it was determined that he suffered a neck injury that would keep him out of action for 4 months. And after the Baron arrived at his ice-covered car w/ no tool to clear his windshield, a loud "ARGHHH" was overheard over Westchester County. 2 min 39 secs

Hulk Hogan v Stan Hansen: the Lariat showed some color after Hogan connected w/ a Closed Fist. Hansen earned an early DQ pt after a Punch to Groin. Hogan mostly controlled this one and got the submission w/ an Overhead Gutwrench Backbreaker Rack. 7 min 33 secs

Bruno Sammartino v Nick Bockwinkel: these two wrestled to a time-limit draw on MD 165 then Bockwinkel got the pin after a Piledriver on MD 169. Bockwinkel went berserk pre-match here after overhearing the commentator question whether his heart was in the game since losing the World Heavyweight Championship (+3 END). It would be fair to say that the Living Legend Sammartino dominated this one. But I would be remiss if I did not mention that Bockwinkel trapped Bruno in a Figure 4 in the opening minute, only to have Pedro Morales rock him on the back, breaking up the hold and more importantly causing some serious damage (-10 END). Bruno's best moves were a Hammerlock, Belly-to-Back Suplex, Bear Hug and Canadian Backbreaker. He got the pin after a second Backbreaker. Post-match, Ric Flair joined Nick in a post-match beating of Sammartino. 8 min 28 secs
 
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Match Day 172
Gymnasium, SUNY Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY
Referee = Larry Lisowski

Ricky Steamboat v Greg Valentine w/ new manager Jimmy Hart: the Long Island crowd was stunned when Valentine came out w/ his new manager and booed liked never before (+2 heat). Steamboat was still removing his gear when the bell rang and the Hammer rolled him up and almost got the pin (pin 1-4, rolled 2 but 6 6-sided). Steamboat then performed the next 6 moves, including a Diving Headbutt Drop. Valentine came back w/ 7 of the next 8 including a pair of Belly-to-Back Suplexes. Steamboat executed a Flying Body Press, and Valentine a Neckbreaker. Ricky hit another Flying Body Press and 2 mins later got the pin after a 2nd Diving Headbutt Drop. Post-match, Valentine was joined by Bret Hart and the two pummeled Steamboat. 12 min 41 secs

Jimmy Snuka v Austin Idol: an even bout with Idol landing more high-impact moves (Power Suplex, Running Clothesline, Release German Suplex). Superfly earned the first pin attempt in the 7th min after a Superplex. Idol kicked out and less than 2 mins later applied a Figure 4 Leglock. Submission! There was some controversy over whether Snuka was fighting through the pin or submitting (sub 1-6, rolled 6) but the ref called for the bell and the records will reflect a victory for Austin. 8 min 6 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Dick the Bruiser: the Minnesota Wrecking Crew jumped Rhodes pre-match. Fortunately, Verne Gagne was nearby. A tag team match was scheduled for MD 177. Dusty found Dick’s hidden Hammer and used it early (-8 END), following it up with a Sleeper. Bruiser surprisingly submitted! 2 min 39 secs

Antonio Inoki v Jerry Lawler: Inoki faced Lawler on MD 161 when Wahoo McDaniel turned heel and used a Tomahawk on him, allowing the King to get the easy pin. This match was intense from the outset. Lawler landed an Elbow Drop then bashed Inoki w/ a Fan’s Oxygen Tank! Inoki replied w/ a Big Slap. Lawler nailed a Flying Body Press and covered (kick out). Inoki applied a Cobra Twist and hit a Fall-Away Slam, tiring Lawler. Inoki pulled out all the stops, performing a Gutwrench Suplex, Seated Armbar and Enzuigiri. A Cross Armbreaker minutes later resulted in a pin victory for Inoki. While the ref was raising Inoki’s hand in victory, Lawler attacked the victor w/ a Chair. But Andre rushed to the ring and made the save! 6 min 50 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Mad Dog Vachon v Ric Flair: on MD 168 the Nature Boy was well in control and looked to be about to reclaim the coveted US Championship when he inadvertently ran into the referee and was disqualified. Here, he was in control again after 5 mins, having exhausted the champ w/ a pair of Chop Blocks, a Back Suplex and a Figure 4. MDV tried to rally w/ 4 consecutive moves, including a Fireman’s Carry, but it wasn’t enough. An Elbow Drop from Flair allowed him to get the pin and become a 3x United States Champion! 7 min 39 secs

Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant v Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the faces have had separate feuds w/ Heenan’s big men but came together on MD 165 when Andre prevented interference from Bundy in the Hogan/Studd bout. Solid match w/ some interesting moves. Andre landed a Kick to Face. The heels teamed for a Double Back Elbow Smash. Andre and Hogan combined for a Double DDT. Bundy tried a Suplex but Andre was too heavy, eliciting some laughter and a “King Kong Wimpy” chant from the by now inebriated crowd. Studd and Bundy landed an impressive Double Dropkick, causing a gasp from the raucous attendees. Studd nailed a Short-Armed Clothesline followed by a Running Clothesline on Hogan. Hulk responded w/ a Bear Hug and Running Clothesline of his own. It was anyone’s match. Bundy tagged in and executed a Piledriver on Hogan. Lisowski counted, 1-2-3, and Big John Studd and King Kong Bundy got the upset victory! 11 min 1 sec
 
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