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Post subject: MD 173 results  PostPosted: Mar 30, 2017 - 05:28 PM



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Match Day 173
Colden Auditorium, Queens College
Queens, NY
Referee = Tom “Rocky” Stone
ALL TAG-TEAM ACTION NIGHT

Antonio Inoki & Hacksaw Duggan v Rick Rude & Jake Roberts: on MD 170 the heels attacked Hacksaw pre-match but the honorable Inoki made the save. Duggan earned 2 DQ pts in the opening minutes here then had to be on his best behavior the rest of the way. Inoki applied his Manji-Gatame hold. Roberts came in on a hot tag and performed 6 straight moves, including a Running Clothesline and Release German Suplex. Duggan nailed a Three Point Stance Clothesline. Jake performed his patented DDT. Back and forth it went. Inoki tagged out at the 25 min mark and Hacksaw came in and dominated, hitting the last 10 moves and earning 6 pin attempts. After a 3rd Three Point Stance Clothesline, he went for the pin. 1-2-BELL! Time limit draw! 30 mins

The Steiner Brothers v The Russians: on MD 167 the Steiners flattened both the Russians and Midnight Rockers. Nikita Koloff was the dominant force in this one, as he and Uncle Ivan earned 6 pin/sub attempts to 2 for the Steiners. A fourth Russian Sickle allowed Nikita to get the pin at 19 min 2 secs.

The East-West Connection v The Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: who knew Robin Williams was a wrestling fan? He jawed with both teams pre-match. The Connection hoped for a different result than MD 168 when the Blackjacks won in a quick one. Heenan inadvertently distracted Blackjack Lanza in the 6th minute, allowing Adrian Adonis to nail a DDT. He followed it up with a Shoulder Block off Ropes and double-team Shoulder Block + Clothesline. Lanza was able to make the tag and Blackjack Mulligan almost got the cheap pin w/ a Go Behind Takedown & Roll-Up, but Adonis kicked out at the last second. The Blackjacks followed it up w/ a Double Powerbomb. Jesse Ventura tagged in and performed a Hip Roll. Mulligan did him one better w/ a Power Slam and Double Axe Handle. Then chaos broke out and both teams brawled into the crowd. Watch out Robin! Double count-out at 10 min 15 secs.

The Rock & Roll Express v the Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: I’m sure I don’t have to remind everyone what happened on MD 133 when the R&R Express met Tully Blanchard and Pat Patterson in a 3-Month Suspension Match. In case you forgot Ole Anderson interfered, allowing Blanchard to hit his finisher, get the pin and banish the Express from the RWF for 3 full months. The Crew pretty much controlled this one. Lars Anderson slipped Ole a Roll of Quarters in the early going and he used them on Robert Gibson (-6 END). The MWC earned 14 pin/sub attempts to only 1 for the Express. Bear Hug by Ole, Piledriver by Lars, pair of Clotheslines and a Body Slam by Ole, but somehow the match continued. Robert Gibson made an impressive rally late, nailing 6 consecutive moves, including 3 Rebound Suplexes and Multiple Atomic Drops. But Lars hit a devastating Power Slam and got the pin and win for the Crew VERY LATE, at 29 min 35 secs.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: these teams have each won twice against the other, w/ the ‘Birds winning in 37 secs in the last encounter on MD 162. Stone was well into his 2nd hour of ring action but he was going strong, catching Precious trying to pass an object to Michael Hayes (banned from ringside) and seeing Animal Choke Hayes w/ the Tag Rope (1 DQ pt). Animal had a nice run going w/ a Body Slam and a pair of Gutbusters, but Terry Gordy put an end to it by punching him w/ Brass Knuckles. The match was even, w/ the Freebirds hitting an Eye Rake/Slingshot Suplex and the Warriors a Forearm Smash Combo. Hayes applied a Figure 4 and landed a Running Knee Smash while the Warriors hit the Doomsday Device. The bell ended this one at the 30 minute mark - time limit draw! ENDs were Hawk -7, Animal -8, Hayes -5 and Gordy -6.

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The British Bulldogs v The Champions the Sheik and Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the Sheik nailed an Arabian Facebuster on the concrete early. He then applied a painful Armpit Claw and nailed a DDT on the Dynamite Kid. Davey Boy Smith was late to break it up and the champs got the early 1-2-3 and victory. 4 min 39 secs
 
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Post subject: Raw 5/9 results  PostPosted: Apr 13, 2017 - 11:15 AM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 5/9
CenturyLink Center
Omaha, NE
Referee = Chad Patton

Xavier Woods w/ ally Kofi Kingston v Chris Jericho w/ best friend Kevin Owens: short but interesting match with Y2J hitting a Flying Forearm Smash and Tilt-a-Whirl Backbreaker early and Xavier performing a sweet sequence of Honor Roll, (Rolling Thunder Clothesline), Shining Wizard and Headscissors Takedown. Kofi pulled Jericho out of the ring and Woods bashed him w/ a Chair. Back in the ring Jericho put the match to bed, landing a Springboard Plancha, Lionsault and Codebreaker, getting the pin at 6 min 46 secs. Woods snapped post-match and had to be pulled off Jericho by both Kingston and Owens.

Rosa Mendes v Eva Marie: the ladies put on a nice show. Mendes went on the attack early, executing La Peligrosa and a Flying Clothesline. Marie battled back w/ a Running Back Elbow, Seated Surfboard and Side Slam Backbreaker. A Hell Makeover (Swinging Neckbreaker) exhausted Marie but she got some nice licks in outside the ring w/ a Hit w/ Chair and Slam into Ring Steps. A 2nd Hell Makeover proved too much and Mendes got the pin at 12 min 43 secs. Post-match, Mendes flipped out and beat Eva w/ a Nightstick, turning heel!

Dean Ambrose & Zack Ryder v The Social Outcasts (Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel): on 4/12 the Outcasts got the pin after a Low Blow. Ambrose came out hot, grabbing some tights w/ a Quick Pin Move, applying a Cross-Face Chickenwing, and hitting a DDT. The Outcasts got into the match w/ a Slam into Ring Steps and Hit w/ Chair by Dallas and an Axel Dropkick. But Ryder dominated at the end, hitting 9 straight moves, including a Flapjack, Double High Knee, Inverted Atomic Drop and got the pin after an Elbro Drop. 16 min 48 secs

INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Goldust v Rusev w/ valet Lana: these 2 wrestled to a double count-out on 4/26. The champ dominated here, with 6 pin/sub attempts to 0 for the Bulgarian Brute. Goldust demonstrated his full arsenal, performing a Final Cut (Swinging Vertical Suplex), Cobra Clutch w/ Body Scissors, a Gutwrench Suplex, a Release German Suplex, a Dropdown Uppercut and honoring his late father w/ a Bionic Elbow. He got the pin and retained the title after a 2nd Gutwrench Suplex at 12 min 40 secs.

Roman Reigns v Ryback: this match was designed to be a nice little warm-up for the Big Dog before his encounter w/ Bray Wyatt at Extreme Rules later in the month. No one told Ryback, who absolutely obliterated Reigns here. Ryback connected w/ a Meat Hook, executed a Boulder Holder and Ryback Powerbomb, and finished the match w/ a devastating Shell Shocked (Cradle Suplex), getting the pin at 9 min 20 secs. Ric Flair approached the winner post-match and offered to be his manager. Ryback accepted!

Stardust v AJ Styles: the Club interfered on 5/3, causing a double count-out. In this rematch, AJ hit a Rack Bomb early, but Stardust established control w/ a Straight Jacket DDT. Diamond Dust and Superplex. Styles then went on a 4 move single pt run before Stardust went on a 5 move barrage that included a Star Effect and The Queen’s Crossbow. The Phenomenal One used an Electric Dog Collar (now his preferred foreign object) but that only served to motivate the strange Stardust. Another Diamond Dust and Queen’s Crossbow sapped anything AJ had left, and a 2nd Straight Jacket DDT finished him off at 15 min 18 secs. The Club joined Styles in beating Stardust post-match.
 
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Post subject: Smack 5/10 results  PostPosted: Apr 13, 2017 - 06:09 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 5/10
Wells Fargo Arena
Des Moines, IA
Referee = Charles Robinson

Stephanie McMahon announced that there will be a 6-man Ladder Match at Extreme Rules, with the winner claiming the United States Championship! Stardust will be one participant and there will be 3 matches tonight and 2 next week that will hopefully determine the remaining participants. The pertinent matches tonight will be Neville/Rollins, Cesaro/Rowan and Swagger/Sheamus.

Neville v Seth Rollins: Seth hit a Pedigree on Neville on the ramp on 5/2, causing a pre-match count-out v the Miz. But more than revenge, Neville was looking to qualify for the coveted US Championship. Seth caught The Man That Gravity Forgot a couple of times early w/ Superkicks, then landed a pretty Inverted Huracanrana. Neville performed a pair of aerial maneuvers, a Top Rope Body Press and Diving Headbutt Drop. The Architect built a lead w/ 3 consecutive moves, including a Turnbuckle Powerbomb. But Neville rallied, performing 6 straight single pointers and evening the bout at -5 END. The match turned when Ryback entered the ring, botched his interference, and clocked Rollins w/ a Chair (-8 END). Neville made the cover, Robinson counted 1-2-3, and Neville will participate in the first ever Ladder Match to become the inaugural United States Champion.

R-Truth v Randy Orton: Truth attacked the Apex Predator after losing his match at Payback. Here, Orton came at him pre-match, but Truth caught him clean in the jaw w/ a Dropkick, KOing Orton. He was counted out and later it was revealed by Tom Phillips that he would miss 3 weeks of action w/ a jaw injury.

Emma v Brie Bella: Emma got the sub 2 months ago on 3/1. Brie landed a Running Clothesline to open here. But Becky Lynch, Rosa Mendes and Brie’s sister Nikki entered the ring soon after and all hell broke loose. Robinson tried to break it up, and may have been a little grabby (who can blame him?) but he was forced to call for the bell and disqualify both wrestlers. Stefanie McMahon announced that Rosa & Emma would face the Bella Twins at Extreme Rules in a Tornado Tag Team match!

Cesaro v Erick Rowan w/ leader Bray Wyatt: Bray confronted Cesaro and compared him to carrion and Rowan to a buzzard. Cesaro just smiled and mimicked a Cesaro Swing. Rowan landed Clubbing Forearms and Cesaro a Running Corner to Corner Uppercut before Bray blatantly interfered, poking Cesaro in the eye, which Robinson saw. DQ! Cesaro will battle for the US title at Extreme Rules! 3 min 28 secs

Jack Swagger v Sheamus: Sheamus pinned Swagger on 4/12 but Swagger joined John Cena in a post-match beatdown on the Celtic Warrior at Payback. An early Celtic Cross decided this one, w/ Sheamus getting the pin at 3 min 9 secs. Sheamus joins Cesaro, Neville and Stardust at Extreme Rules!

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions The Lucha Dragons v The New Day w/ Xavier Woods: the New Day earned a title shot by taking down both the Usos and the Club. Kofi Kingston looked like he might have won the New Day the titles when he grabbed a fistful of Kalisto’s tights on an early Quick Pin Move, but Kalisto got out of it. Sin Cara tagged in, landed a pretty Handspring Back Elbow, then rolled Kofi up and grabbed his own fistful of tights. Robinson made the count, 1-2-3, and the Dragons successfully defended their titles for the 3rd consecutive time. 3 min 7 secs
 
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Match Day 174
Cafe au Go Go
New York, NY
Referee = Todd Sinclair

Argentina Rocca v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: Rocca impressed w/ a Superplex, Airplane Spin and DDT, and JBL w/ a Swinging Neckbreaker and JBL Bomb. The match was decided when Jake Roberts entered the ring, swung Brass Knuckles, missed Rocca and connected w/ JBL. Easy cover for Argentina. 9 min 12 secs

Jimmy Snuka v Austin Idol: the Heartthrob applied his Las Vegas Leglock and a Sleeper Hold early, but otherwise this match was all Snuka. Three different times, after a Knee Drop, Flying Body Press and Top Rope Body Press, Idol got his foot/hand on the ropes at the very last second (the 20-sided die was within the pin range but the 6-sided die was a 6). Snuka even nailed a Diving Headbutt and two Superfly Splashes, but couldn't get the pin. Idol overcame 9 different pin attempts AFTER he became exhausted. This one ended in a 20 minute time limit draw. ENDs at the end were Snuka -7 and Idol -40.

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Mil Mascaras v Champion Randy Savage: the Macho Man was determined here, opening w/ Savage Punches in Corner, hitting a Stalling Suplex and finishing the match w/ his patented Flying Elbow. Easy win for the champ. 4 min 2 secs

The Midnight Rockers v The Steiner Brothers: the Steiners stormed the ring on MD 167 and flattened both tag teams (Rockers and Russians). Here, Scott Steiner almost had the pin in the 11th minute but Shawn Michaels got his foot on the ropes at the last second. Steiner followed it up w/ a sweet sequence of Mounted Punches, Frankensteiner and Steiner Recliner (Standing Camel Clutch). Both Marty Jannetty and Rick Steiner tagged in soon after and Rick nearly got the pin but this time it was Marty who got his foot on the ropes at the last second. While Rick distracted the ref Scott hit a Blatant Low Blow on Jannetty (-5 END). A pair of Steinerizers late on Michaels earned the pinfall for the Steiners at 20 min 24 secs. Post-match, Adnan Al Kaissey approached the Steiners and offered his managerial services. The Steiners accepted!

Rick Martel v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: in their last bout on MD 169, Martel blocked Hart's Singapore Cane attack and used it himself, resulting in an early DQ. Here, Jimmy tossed Bret that same Cane early and he used it (-4 END). Bret performed a Snap Suplex. Martel rallied w/ a Hip Toss and Diving Crossbody. Hart hit a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop but Martel came back w/ a Spinning Spinebuster. Each applied a submission hold, Martel a Boston Crab and Hart a Figure 4. Hart exhausted Martel w/ a Pendulum Backbreaker then applied his finisher, the Sharpshooter. Martel submitted. 10 min 5 secs. Commissioner Buttons then stunned the crowd, taking a break from his cardboard infatuation to announce that the winner of the match, Bret Hart, would face Hulk Hogan in a 3-month suspension match! Unbelievable!

STEEL CAGE MATCH: Sting v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Sting came in w/ 2 sub victories against BJS and Studd 2 wins, via DQ and pre-match count-out. Pre-match, the Big Apple crowd loudly booed Studd. Sting dominated the opening 10 minutes, earning 5 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Studd and leading in END 0 to -24. Big John then went on a 7 move run, including a Whip into Cage, Big Boot and finally, Ramming Sting's Head into the Cage. Studd covered, blood dripped from both combatants, Sinclair made the count, 1-2-3, and Studd got the comeback and somewhat surprising Steel Cage victory. 4 straight wins by heels after Rocca's victory and a draw sent the NYC crowd home angry. 13 min 54 sec
 
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Post subject: MD 175 results  PostPosted: Apr 16, 2017 - 11:29 AM



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Match Day 175
Roosevelt Stadium
Jersey City, NJ
Referee = Red Shoes Unno

Tommy Rich v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: on MD 167 the kilted one got the early pin after Rich was attacked pre-match by Mr. Saito and Mitsu Arakawa. Wildfire was in control of this one, executing a Stalling Suplex before the action went outside the ring, where Rich Slammed Piper through the Announcer's Table and Hit him w/ a Chair. Piper got back into the match w/ a 6 move sequence that included a Running Clothesline and Repeated Punches, as well as the first 2 pin attempts of the match. Rich recovered though, exhausting Roddy w/ a Piledriver, softening him up w/ a Sitout Suplex Slam and getting the 3-count after an Atomic Drop. 11 min 49 secs

Pedro Morales v Wahoo McDaniel: Wahoo berated the ring announcer for putting what he perceived as more oomph into introducing his opponent (+1 heat, +3 END). But it was Morales who came out hot, opening with a Cross Body Block and Repeated Punches to Face, and also performing a Caribbean Lift (Running Knee Lift) and Release German Suplex. In fact McDaniel didn't have an offensive move until the 5th minute, when he caught Morales in a Indian Leg Lock. To everyone's surprise, Pedro couldn't escape and he was forced to submit (sub 1-3, rolled 1). WOW! 4 min 39 secs

John Cena & Magnum TA v Doom: the heels were in control after a double-team Headbutt and Flying Elbow and a Butch Reed Powerslam, but then inexplicably Doom went off and pummeled the faces w/ Steel Chairs until the locker room emptied. DQ! 2 min 20 secs

Lex Luger v Superstar Billy Graham w/ Adnan Al Kaissey: the 4th bout btwn the 2, w/ Graham getting 2 pins, 1 dirty, and Luger having 1 pin thanks to botched interference. Graham established his dominance early here, thanks to a bash w/ a Souvenir Baseball Bat, and following up w/ a Backbeaker and Powerslam. Al Kaissey did his part, distracting Unno long enough for Superstar to connect w/ a Chair Shot (-5 END). Another Backbreaker, a Bear Hug and then a 2nd Bear Hug and this one was over, w/ Graham getting the 3-count at 7 min 8 secs. ENDs were Graham +3 and Luger -17.

The Ultimate Warrior v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Jimmy Snuka joined Warrior for his entrance, getting a big pop. Slaughter applied the Camel Clutch early, but after escaping Warrior took over and never looked back. A Gorilla Press Drop, Multiple Warrior Clotheslines, a Warrior Splash, a Powerslam and a Warrior Corner Splash were cumulatively too much, and the Ultimate Warrior earned the pin at 3 min 29 secs. SQUASH!

Bruno Sammartino v Nick Bockwinkel: these 2 have wrestled to a time limit draw, a Bockwinkel pin victory, and a Bruno pin victory, albeit after Morales's help. This one did not disappoint. The 1st significant even occurred in the 2nd minute when the action spilled outside the ring and the Most Dangerous Man in the RWF, the Sheik, disabled Unno before he could declare a double count-out. By the time replacement ref Brian Hebner arrived Bruno and Nick were back in the ring. Sammartino hit back-to-back Belly-to-Back Suplexes but Bockinwkel responded immediately w/ consecutive Flying Shoulder Smashes. Each earned a pair of pin attempts in the middle of the bout, w/ Sammartino getting one after Bruno Punches and Bockwinkel after a Piledriver. At the 10 min mark Nick executed a Bockwinkel Body Slam, evening the match at -9 END. Sammartino hit a Belly-to-Belly Suplex this time but couldn't get the pin. Bockwinkel then hit 3 straight high impact moves, culminating w/ a DDT and cover. Hebner quick-counted, 1-2-3 (pin 1-5, rolled 5) and Bockwinkel had the victory! 13 min 3 secs
 
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Match Day 176
Field House, University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH
Referee = Drake Wuertz

The Crusher v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Zbyszko went off on the ring announcer for failing to introduce him as “the New Living Legend.” (+1 heat, +3 END). The Sheik entered the ring in the early going and DDTd Crusher. Zbyszko was DQd and the heels proceeded to beat Crusher. Dr. Brenda Buttons would later announce a 2 week injury. 2 min 6 secs

Bobo Brazil v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: that’s right, the Iron Sheik is once again allied w/ the Lariat, as first reported by Pro Wrestling Illustrated! The Iron Sheik missed a Flying Head Butt early (-8 END) but continued the match. The Iron Sheik used his Loaded Boot. Brazil exhausted him w/ a Coco Butt. Bobo nearly got the pin after a Powerslam but Hansen placed his client’s foot on the ropes, which Wuertz saw (1 DQ pt)(I have added a new rule-if a wrestler has a manager/ally, and there is a 20-sided roll of 1 on a pin attempt on that wrestler, the ally breaks up pin). The Iron Sheik battled back w/ a Belly-to-Belly Suplex, Camel Clutch and Powerslam of his own. Then it was Brazil’s turn to respond, and he did, hitting 4 of the next 5 moves, including a finishing Piledriver that resulted in the pin. Another post-match examination by the busy and illustrious Dr. Buttons revealed some concussion symptoms for the Iron Sheik, certainly caused by the missed Diving Headbutt and aggravated further by the Coco Butt. He will miss 3 weeks of action. 11 min 38 secs

Otto Wanz v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: these 2 have some history, w/ Wanz being counted out after a pre-match Bundy Avalanche and Wanz being DQd after blocking and using Bundy’s foreign object. This match got crazy. Bruno Sammartino, friend of Wanz, watched from ringside and distracted KKB pre-match. Bundy hit a Clothesline early and went for the pin but Wuertz was distracted by Heenan. Wanz reversed the pin as the ref turned around and quick-counted, but Bundy kicked out. Wanz nailed a Shoulder Smash and covered, but Heenan pulled him off by the leg, unnoticed by Wuertz. Bundy hit a Bundy Splash, 2nd Rope elbow Drop and Piledriver. Wanz applied an Ankle Lock and performed the Big Otto Splash. The match was tied at -15 END in the 11th min. Bundy hit another Bundy Splash then a Running Knee Lift and covered. Wuertz counted, 1-2-Sammartino puts Wanz’s foot on the ropes (Wuertz sees the foot but not how it got there)! 2 mins later Bundy rushed Wanz w/ Brass Knuckles, Wanz blocked and grabbed them, KOing the heel. Wanz covered and got the 3-count and victory! 13 min 30 secs

Tommy Rich & Ricky Steamboat v Mr. Saito & Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: this feud began when the heels jumped Rich pre-match on MD 167. Both teams were counted out on MD 170 after Rich botched a Flying Fist Drop. Saito came close to an early pin here but Rich kicked out at the last second (pin 1-4, rolled 5). After 15 mins everyone was at +1 END. The match stayed even until the end when Rich performed 4 straight moves, including the finishing Flying Fist Drop that got the 3-count from Wuertz. Post-match, Stan Hansen joined in a beating of the faces. 27 min 24 secs

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: on MD 167 Gagne hit his finisher on the ramp and Kinsiki couldn’t make his match. On MD 171 Kiniski dominated Gagne but botched a move that KOd everyone, resulting in a double count-out. Great entrance for Gagne here in the Midwest (+2 heat). Saito, good friend and former tag team partner of Kiniski, KOd Wuertz early and had heel referee Nick Patrick replace him. Kiniski performed a Body Slam and Running Clothesline and Gagne Headscissors and Belly-to Back Suplex. After 7 mins the match was even at -2 END. Verne performed a Spinning Toe Hold but it was a crowd-pleasing Back Drop by Kiniski that decided this one, as Gene got the pin at 11 min 20 secs.

Hulk Hogan v Jerry Lawler: Hogan has a 3-month suspension match coming up against Bret Hart, so you could excuse him if he overlooked this one. He didn’t. Both mean executed suplexes early, Hogan a Stalling Suplex and Lawler a Back Suplex. Hogan hit a pair of Powerslams and landed the devastating Hogan Leg Drop. Lawler used a Hammer, unseen by Patrick. The action went outside where Lawler performed a Body Slam on Concrete and Hogan a Slam through Announcer’s Table. Back inside, Hogan nailed a Body Slam and made the cover. Patrick surprisingly quick-counted, 1-2-3 (pin 1-5, rolled 5), and Hogan got the win. 11 min 12 secs
 
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Official Rankings # 19
Tabulated after the results of MD 176 and audited by the good people at Arthur Andersen

# 1 World Heavyweight Champion Andre the Giant (6)
# 2 United States Champion Ric Flair (4)
# 3 Antonio Inoki (7)
# 4 Magnum TA (1)
# 5 Nick Bockwinkel (5)
# 6 Mad Dog Vachon (3)
# 7 Television Champion Randy Savage (10)
# 8 Hulk Hogan (NR)
# 9 Dusty Rhodes (NR)
# 10 TIE: Ricky Steamboat (Cool, Harley Race (NR)

Tag Teams
# 1 World Tag Team Champions The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko (1)
# 2 The Russians (NR)
# 3 The Minnesota Wrecking Crew
# 4 The British Bulldogs (2)

Note: the number to the right of the wrestler(s) refers to the previous ranking w/ NR = Not Ranked
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Raw 5/16
Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Greenboro, NC
Referee = Ryan Tran

Titus O’Neil v Alberto del Rio: on 4/19 Titus got the pin after Rusev inadvertently clocked the Pride of Mexico w/ a Nightstick, and on 5/2 Titus pinned del Rio after Adam Rose threw Brass Knuckles into the ring (O’Neil grabbed and used), but Shane McMahon reversed the result. Here, the most interesting event in the early going was Titus finding and using del Rio’s hidden Slapjack (-8 END). Alberto hung in there though and after 8 min the match was even at -6 END. The action went outside where del Rio Bodyslammed Titus on the Concrete and O’Neil Slammed Alberto through BOTH the English and Spanish Announcer’s Tables. Back inside del Rio used his Slapjack then caught Titus w/ a Step-Up Enzuigiri. Mexico’s Greatest Export covered, Tran counted 1-2-3 and del Rio was victorious. 12 min 9 secs

Dolph Ziggler v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: the Miz’s entrance music was replaced by the theme song from He-Man, delighting the crowd (-1 heat). This one had some high stakes with the winner getting a spot in the Ladder Match at Extreme Rules for the United States Championship. Ziggler had the momentum w/ a Dropkick and Sitdown Facebuster, but the Miz nailed a Half Nelson Facebuster then applied a Figure 4 Leglock and surprisingly got the submission from the usually game Ziggler. 4 min 50 secs

The Usos v The Golden Truth: after losing to the New Day on 5/2 the Usos went off, throwing a monitor at the commentators and turning heel. The Golden Truth challenged them. A Leaping Shoulder Block, Ram into Ring Steps and Double Headbutt Drop gave the Usos the advantage early. The Intercontinental Champion Goldust tagged in and made a quick pin move w/ a fistful of tights then almost forced Jey Uso to pass out w/ a Sleeper (sub 1-4, rolled 5). Later Truth came close to a pin after grabbing a fistful of tights (pin 1-7, rolled 7 but 6 6-sided). The Usos hit a Double Samoan Splash on Truth but Goldust broke up the pin attempt. A Double Suicide Drive moved the action outside where a Jey Uso Superkick and Truth Vertical Suplex Stunner left everyone in shambles. Jey was the first to recover and made it back to the ring just before Tran reached a 10-count. Usos win by count-out! 15 min 25 secs

Becky Lynch v Natalya: on 5/3 there was a double count-out after a botched Superplex. The Queen of Harts applied the family Sharpshooter early but Becky escaped. Lynch impressed w/ a Lass-Plex then an incredible closing sequence of Multiple Japanese Arm Drags, Back Kick, Pumphandle Side Slam and finally the Dis-Arm-Her. The Irish Lasskicker got the pin at 5 min 39 secs.

Dean Ambrose v Kevin Owens w/ best friend Chris Jericho: KO made a great entrance with the crowd popping when his music hit then when he and Jericho strutted out the crowd turned angry, hurling abuse at the hated heels (+2 heat). The winner here would be the final entrant into the US Championship Ladder Match at Extreme Rules. It almost took longer to write the summary of the match than it did to decide it, as Ambrose got the quick-count pin (pin 1-3, rolled 3) after an early DDT. 2 min 6 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion John Cena v Brock Lesnar w/ advocate Paul Heyman: Lesnar opened w/ 7 consecutive moves, including Multiple Knee Lifts, Suplex City and a Spinebuster. A mere mortal would be out but not John Cena, and after a Gutwrench Suplex, Diving Leg Drop Bulldog and a Boston Crab he was right back in it. Brock hit a Spinebuster then an F-5, regaining control and exhausting Cena. Another rally for the champ, including a Vertical Suplex and Piledriver, evened the match at -11 END in the 14th minute. An Attitude Adjustment by Cena looked like the end but Lesnar got his shoulder off the mat. Then Brock performed a Running Powerbomb and another F-5, covered, 1-2-3, and the WWE has a new World Heavyweight Champion, Brock Lesnar! Post-match, Shane McMahon announced a 30 min Ironman Match at Extreme Rules btwn these 2 for the title! 15 min 36 secs
 
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2016 WWE Subdivision
Smackdown 5/17
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Greenville, SC
Referee = Rod Zapata

Nikki Bella v Summer Rae: on 4/12 Nikki pinned Summer but the heel then attacked her w/ a Nightstick, knocking her out of competition for 1 month. Nikki gained some confidence pre-match (+2 END) when her sister Brie accompanied her to the ring. Summer opened w/ the first 2 moves, including a Guillotine Choke & DDT, before ceding control to Bella, who hit 5 straight, including an Alabama Slam. Rae Slammed Bella on the Concrete outside the ring. A Bella Bash (Fireman’s Carry Cutter) exhausted Summer, and a second one finished her off, with Nikki getting the pin at 9 min 12 secs.

Dudley Boyz v The Ascension: the Usos distracted Zapata, allowing Konnor to crack Bubba Ray w/ a Fan’s Beer Bottle (-10 END). Konner followed it up w/ a Corner Avalanche and got the 3-count for the pin. Post-match, the Ascension pummeled the vanquished Dudleys, but the Brotherhood (Goldust and Stardust) made the save! The Dudleys expressed their gratitude. Not only are the Rhodes brothers reunited but the Dudley Boyz turned face! 3 min 9 secs

Zack Ryder v Chris Jericho w/ best friend Kevin Owens: after an early Jericho Spike, Tiger Suplex and Lionsault, Y2J seemed to be on his way to an easy victory. KO tossed a Nightstick into the ring but Ryder intercepted and used it (-3 END) (“almost seemed like he tossed it right to the Long Island Iced Z,” said commentator Byron Saxton)(“how dare you question the pitching prowess of the great Kevin Owens,” responded Cory Graves). Owens made up for his mistake by jumping onto the apron to distract the ref while the grapplers were outside the ring, allowing Jericho to nail a Double Underhook Powerbomb onto a chair KO had been sitting in (-7 END). Ryder had one last run in him, performing a Spinning Headlock Elbow Drop, the Rough Ryder and a Top Rope Dropkick, but couldn’t get the pin. Jericho came back w/ a Release German Suplex, and got the pinfall at 13 min 8 secs. ENDs at the end were Ryder -21 and Jericho -8.

Mark Henry v Bray Wyatt w/ the Wyatt Family: Bray wanted revenge for the Chair Shot on 3/21 that caused him to miss 6 weeks. The strongman hit a pair of Powerslams, one of the running variety, but otherwise Bray controlled this one. The Eater of Worlds hit a Wyatt Stunner, Standing Side Slam, Body Avalanche and Throat Thrust. Bray got the pin, and some momentum going into his Extreme Rules bout w/ rival Roman Reigns, after a Flying Body Press. 9 min 38 secs

Roman Reigns v Ryback w/ manager Ric Flair: Reigns was looking for revenge here after Ryback destroyed him on 5/9. Ryback hit a pair of Closed Fists to Head early, drawing some blood on the 2nd. Reigns connected w/ a Jumping Clothesline. Ryback earned the match’s 1st pin attempt after a Body Slam and later performed a Boulder Holder. Ric Flair showed why he was a good hire when he jumped on the apron and distracted Zapata, allowing Ryback to Choke Roman mercilessly after a Diving Splash (-7 END). Ryback covered as Zapata turned around, and the exhausted Reigns was unable to kick out. This was the 3rd straight loss for Reigns after 6 consecutive wins, and next up is Bray Wyatt at Extreme Rules. 9 min 49 secs

Rene Young hosted the contract signing for the 30 minute Ironman Match at Extreme Rules btwn World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar and the former champion John Cena. Lesnar’s advocate, Paul Heyman, introduced himself to the crowd and Cena and did a spectacular job of yapping, building up the match, and belittling the Leader of Cenation. Surprisingly, fisticuffs did not occur.

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Paige v Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: the champ had no sympathy for Ric’s advanced age, and tossed him over the ropes pre-match when they started arguing. Medical personnel assisted him to the locker room, where he remained for the duration. Charlotte was visibly stunned, and Paige dominated the opening minutes, performing the 1st 6 moves, including a Paige-Turner and Ram-Paige. The tired Queen responded though, and after a Running Clothesline and Gutwrench Suplex, Paige also was tired. Another Ram-Paige exhausted Charlotte, and she was forced to use her savvy to avoid the pin. A Charlotte’s Web exhausted Paige, and an impressive Moonsault gave Charlotte a chance for the pin. Zapata made the count, 1-2-3, and Charlotte regained the Women’s Championship! 9 min 41 secs
 
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Match Day 177
Kiel Opera House
St. Louis, MO
Referee = Connie Marker

Jimmy Snuka v Austin Idol: despite Snuka being up in END -7 to -40, the MD 174 bout btwn these two ended in a time limit draw. Here, a pair of masked men who some believe were Jake Roberts and Superstar Billy Graham attacked Snuka pre-match, but w/ the help of Mil Mascaras Superfly fought them off. Snuka dominated again, hitting a Flying Body Splash and a pair of Missile Dropkicks, getting the pin after the 2nd one. 9 min 41 secs

Jesse Ventura v Pat Patterson accompanied by his Crash Test Dummy, Patrick: each man used his savvy up early, Patterson after a Ventura Powerbomb and the Body when Patterson made a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights. At the 5:30 mark the match was knotted at +1 END. Patterson then took over, earning 4 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Jesse, and getting the 3-count after an Elbow Drop at 12 min 18 secs.

John Cena v Rick Rude: the Ravishing one got the treatment from the staid Midwestern crowd, who took exception to his arrogance and flamboyance (+1 heat). Cena tired Rude early w/ a Sitout Hip Toss, Running Clothesline and Running One-Handed Bulldog. Each man tried to pin the other while grabbing a Fist Full of Tights, and Rude also caught Cena in a Sleeper and Small Package. An Attitude Adjustment by Cena exhausted Rude and looked to be the end but Ravishing Rick managed to kick out. Rude hit a Gutwrench Backbreaker then surprised Cena w/ a Figure 4. Cena was caught and could neither break out nor reach the ropes, and to the shock of almost everyone (not Rude) submitted (sub 1-2, rolled 2). 12 min 51 secs

Mil Mascaras v The Sheik: the Most Dangerous Man in the RWF opened hot, performing 7 of the 1st 8 moves, including a Swinging Neckbreaker, DDT and Choke w/ Tag Rope. The masked Mascaras rallied w/ 9 straight moves, culminating in a Monkey Flip and back-to-back Slingshot Crossbodies. The tide then turned in favor of the Sheik, who hit a Turnbuckle Ram, evening the match at -7 END, almost got the pin after another Choke w/ Tag Rope (kick out at last second) and did in fact get the 3-count after a Suplex. A rare singles victory for the Sheik. 12 min 45 secs

Verne Gagne & Dusty Rhodes v the Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: most thought the Crew settled their feud w/ a pin on MD 165 but they then attacked Dusty pre-match on MD 172. The faces had the momentum in the early going here, as Dusty landed a Dusty Atomic Drop and they teamed for Chop Block & Minnesota Body Slam combo as well as a Double Back Elbow Smash. Verne tagged in and earned a pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press, executed a Release German Suplex, and exhausted Lars Anderson w/ a Sleeper. Ole Anderson tagged in and managed some offense, including a Clothesline, Double Running Lariat and Double Hip Roll. But it was too little too late and when Lars returned he was pinned quickly after a Head Scissors. 10 min 46 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Andre the Giant v Magnum TA: things started off badly for the challenger when he slipped and fell during his entrance, tweaking his back (-3 END, -1 heat). They got worse when he tried a Suplex, comically, resulting in Andre pushing him down then hitting a Sitting Splash. A Butt-Smash in corner and a Stalling Suplex pushed MTA past his limit, and Andre got the pin at 4 min 12 secs.
 
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Match Day 178
Denver Coliseum
Denver, CO
Referee = Johnny Shorn

Hacksaw Duggan v Jake Roberts: textbook brawling from Hacksaw, who performed a Powerslam, Old Glory, Atomic Drop, Bear Hug and finished the Snake off w/ a Three-Point Stance Clothesline. 6 min

Lou Thesz v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: the crowd remembered the events of MD 171 when Thesz was injured after Arakawa and Saito brutally beat him, and they greeted Arakawa appropriately (+2 heat). Thesz performed a Body Slam early but Arakawa established control w/ 6 straight moves, including a DDT. When Arakawa jumped to the ropes for a Springboard move, the top rope snapped, sending Mitsu flying out of the ring. He injured his leg and the match had to be stopped. An examination by the preeminent and voluptuous physician Dr. Brenda Buttons revealed an injury that would need a good 5 weeks to heal. Until then, sayonara Arakawa. 5 min 5 secs

Pedro Morales v Nick Bockwinkel: this match had its genesis on MD 171 when Bockwinkle faced Bruno Sammartino and had him locked in a Figure 4. Morales clocked Bockwinkel, breaking up the submission hold and Bruno went on to win. In the opening minutes here Bockwinkel went straight to the Heel 101 Handbook, performing a Blatant Choke (1 DQ pt), Punch to Groin and Thumb to Throat. Bockwinkel maintained control throughout, earning pin attempts with or after a Sleeper, Bockwinkel Body Slam, Kick to Ribs and Piledriver. The former World Champion finished the bout w/ a Flying Shoulder Smash and pin. Post-match, the vanquished Morales cut a brilliant promo, saying if he had the opportunity he would do it exactly the same all over again. Morales insisted that he saw through Bockwinkel’s façade and knew he was in the right (+2 heat). 11 min 48 secs

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: each team has won twice with a time limit draw in their last encounter. This match left the Colorado crowd stunned. Doom attacked the Warriors during their interview (-5 END each). The Freebirds hit a Double DDT early and Terry Gordy a pair of Body Slams. The Warriors performed a Double Clothesline and while Ellering distracted the ref a Choke w/ Tag Rope. Hawk executed a Flying Bodyblock after a whip to the ropes. Then Precious clocked Michael Hayes w/ her purse, turning on the Freebirds. Animal wasted no time covering for the easy pin. Post-match, the Road Warriors AND Precious beat down the ‘Birds! 6 mins 15 secs

Antonio Inoki v Harley Race: Inoki introduced a new wrestler pre-match, The Boogie Woogie Man Jimmy Valiant! Race applied a Sleeper and landed an Elbow Smash early, but his momentum was stopped when Mitsu Arakawa limped out (remember, he is “injured”), swung a Chair, missing Inoki but hitting Race (-8 END)(also may recall that on MD 110 in the Race v Duggan match, Arakawa grabbed Duggan, Race attempted the doubleteam but hit Arakawa). Inoki hit 5 of the next 6 moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex, exhausting Handsome Harley. Race battled back w/ 5 consecutive moves, the most impressive of which was the Pendulum Backbreaker. A Fall-Away Slam and another Gutwrench Suplex by Inoki proved too much, and he got the pin at 10 min 53 secs.

Dusty Rhodes v Dick the Bruiser: on MD 172 Dusty got the early submission after finding and using Dick’s Hammer. Here, the action went outside early where Bruiser performed an Atomic Drop. He rolled him back in the ring for a Quick Pin Move and grabbed a Fistful of Tights but couldn’t get the pin. Dick ripped a pair of Headphones off the neck of a ringside fan and Choked the American Dream w/ them, earning a DQ pt from the stickler Shorn. Dusty then went to the elbows, hitting 3 Bionic ones in a matter of minutes and getting the pin. 9 min 5 secs
 
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Match Day 179
San Diego Sports Arena
San Diego, CA
Ralph Hamilton

Rick Martel v Stan Hansen: Martel applied a Boston Crab right away but JBL appeared out of nowhere to break it up. Martel dominated, earning 5 more pin/sub attempts to 0 for the Lariat. Martel tired Hansen w/ a Gutwrench Suplex, exhausted him w/ a Piledriver and Diving Crossbody, forced him to use his savvy w/ another Boston Crab, and got the pin after a Scoop Slam. 10 min 48 secs

Bobo Brazil v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Slaughter got the submission on MD 167. This one was quick w/ some heavy hitting. Brazil performed a Powerslam early. Slaughter earned a pin after a Body Slam. Bobo tired Slaughter w/ a Running Clothesline. Slaughter caused some damage w/ a Cannon Ball and Back Body Drop, tiring Brazil. Bobo applied Reverse Chin Lock. Slaughter earned a pin attempt w/ a Powerbomb. But Brazil ended the match w/ another Powerslam and 3-count from Hamilton. 6 min 34 secs

Sting v Kurt Angle: A Crossface Chickenwing, Multiple German Suplexes and Superplex had Angle up early, but Sting rallied w/ a Diving DDT, Slam through Announcer’s Table and Scorpion Deathlock. Angle clamped on a Figure 4 and forced the surprising submission (sub 1-4, rolled 3). Angle was down -7 to -2 END. 6 min 16 secs

Argentina Rocca v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: Rocca got the pin on MD 174 after botched interference. This match started slow but got going in the 5th minute when JBL executed a Flowing DDT. Rocca came back w/ a Boston Crab then nailed a Diving Headbutt Drop, evening the match at -1 END. JBL took over w/ a Swinging Neckbreaker, a pair of Clotheslines from Hell and a JBL Bomb. Rocca tried to stay in it w/ a Flying Headscissor Takedown and 2nd Rope Splash. But JBL hit another Swinging Neckbreaker and Clothesline from Hell and got the pin on Rocca at 11 min 50 secs. ENDs at the end were JBL -6 and Rocca -21.

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Ric Flair v Mad Dog Vachon: Flair interrupted MDV’s pre-match promo, resulting in a scuffle (-2 END each). MDV had an early pin attempt w/ a Go-Behind Takedown and Roll-Up, but other than that this one was all Nature Boy, w/ Flair earning the remaining 5 pin/sub attempts. Flair even got some unneeded help from Lex Luger, who distracted the ref long enough for the champ to bash Mad Dog w/ his preferred foreign object, a Horseshoe (-10 END). Flair got the pin after a Back Suplex. 6 min 54 secs

Andre the Giant & Hulk Hogan v King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: KKB got the pin after Piledriving Hogan on MD 172. Bundy forced Andre to tag out early after a Running Knee Lift and Clothesline. Hogan hit 4 straight single pt moves before Studd tagged in. Big John hit a Big Backbreaker. Heenan inserted himself into the action by pulling out of the ring, then scampering to the other side. Hogan intercepted Studd’s Singapore Cane, on a poor toss by the Brain, and used it on Studd (-3 END). Back in the ring Hogan landed his signature Big Boot then his finishing Hogan Leg Drop, but Studd somehow kicked out. Andre came in and delighted the crowd by lifting Studd and returning him to the mat w/ a Body Slam. He covered and got the 3-count from Hamilton. 9 min 1 sec
 
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Match Day 180
Legion Stadium
El Monte, CA
Referee = Tom Hamilton

Precious, who turned on the Freebirds on MD 178, opened the show with the announcement that she had seen the light, as well as found love. Her new client and boyfriend is … Bruno Sammartino!?!?!

Lou Thesz v Mr. Saito: Saito DDTd Thesz on MD 171 and then he and Mitsu Arakawa beat him, resulting in a 2 week injury. Here, Thesz opened w/ an Overhead Suplex and got the quick pin on the embarrassed Saito. 32 secs

Lex Luger v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart: Lex dominated another quick match, hitting a Luger Suplex then getting the Hammer to submit w/ a Bear Hug. 3 min 55 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Dusty Rhodes, he w/ an elephant’s memory (MD 80-Superstar placed steel under turnbuckle and bashed Dusty’s head into it), hit Superstar w/ a Bionic Elbow just as he appeared on the ramp, resulting in a pre-match count-out. Easy day at the office for the Warrior.

Antonio Inoki & Hacksaw Duggan v Jake Roberts & Rick Rude: these teams met on MD 173 and Duggan was about to get the pin when the bell rang indicating the time limit had been reached. The heels got pumped before the match by verbally abusing the ring announcer (+3 END each). Roberts cut Hacksaw /a lash from a Bullwhip early then got the quick-count pin from Hamilton (pin 1-4, rolled 4) after a Gutwrench Suplex. What’s the hurry tonight, gentlemen? 2 min 36 secs

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Ricky Steamboat v Champion Randy Savage: this one won’t go down as one for the ages, but the El Monte crowd enjoyed this one, if just for the fact that some actual wrestling went down for a good length of time. Steamboat clamped on a Seated Armbar and tried to force a submission early. He tired the Macho Man w/ a Karate Thrust and Head Scissor Takedown. Savage had a sweet sequence (Savage Punches in Corner, Back Body Drop, Savage Punches in Corner) that evened the match at -6 END at the 12 min mark. Savage then performed 5 of the final 6 moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex and a Piledriver that resulted in a 3-count from Hamilton. The Macho Man retains, Oh Yeaahhhh! 15 min 9 secs

THREE MONTH SUSPENSION MATCH: Hulk Hogan v Bret Hart: on MD 174, after Hart defeated Rick Martel, Commissioner Buttons appeared and inexplicably declared this match. Neither Hart nor Hogan knew what they did to get on Buttons’s list, but on it they clearly are. It went from bad to worse for Hogan as he was attacked by, you guessed it, Big John Studd and King Kong Bundy during his pre-match interview (-10 END!!!!). His prospects looked dim, especially after the Hitman executed an Inverted Atomic Drop and Snap Suplex. But the wrestling Gods were smiling on Hogan, and when Hart was inadvertently whipped into the referee, Hamilton called for the bell and disqualified Hart. The Hitman beat the referee senseless but it was all for naught, Hart will be suspended for 3 months (he can return after MD 219). 3 min 36 secs
 
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Match Day 181
Convention Center
Fresno, CA
Referee = Bruno Lauer

John Cena v Jack Brisco: this match was interesting early as Cena hit a Release German Suplex and Flying Body Press and Brisco applied a figure 4 Leglock and executed a neat Body Roll Takedown. But then Brisco snapped, grabbing a ringside Steel chair and whacking both Cena and Lauer. Bruno had no choice but to DQ Brisco. 4 min 39 secs

Mil Mascaras v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Mascaras executed 5 of the opening 6 moves, including a Surfboard, Suicide Dive and Slingshot Crossbody. Studd connected w/ a pair of Chair shots, earning 1 DQ pt. Mascaras exhausted the giant and earned the match's 1st pin attempt w/ a Diving Crossbody. Studd landed a Big Boot. Heenan tried to help his charge by tossing a Fan's Beer Bottle into the ring but it was the masked luchador who grabbed and used it (-3 END). He covered and almost got the pin, but Studd got his foot on the ropes at the last second. Studd went to the Chair again, earning a 2nd DQ pt, then applied a Full Nelson and performed an Atomic Drop. Mascaras hit a Cross Chop finisher but BJS kicked out. Heenan inadvertently distracted Studd, allowing Mil to again hit his finisher but Big John kicked out yet again. Studd rallied, culminating in an Atomic Drop. He covered and got the quick-count from Lauer (1-9, which includes the +2 heel enhancement from Lauer, rolled 9). ENDs at the time of the pin were Studd -24 and Mascaras -16. 15 min 44 secs.

The East-West Connection v the Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the Blackjacks won a quick one back on MD 168 then on MD 173 the result was a Double Count-Out. Mascaras, upset at Heenan (but Mil, Bobby helped you more than his client!), was waiting on the ramp when the 'Jacks entered, and he hit Lanza w/ a Flying Elbow (-4 END). Adrian Adonis connected w/ a Clothesline early. Lanza had a nice sequence of Knee to Gut, Piledriver and Quick Pin Move w/ Fistful of Tights. Both Jesse Ventura and Mulligan tagged in and the action went outside the ring, where the Body Slammed Mulligan through 2 Tables and Mulligan tossed Ventura into the Ring Steps. A while later Adonis hit a DDT on Lanza. Heenan threw a Fireball at Adonis (-5 END), unseen by Lauer who must have rested his eyes for a few secs. The Blackjacks combined for a Double Lariat then Mulligan followed it up w/ a Jumping Piledriver. Ventura caught Mulligan in a Body Vice then went for the pin, but Lauer made a very slow count and Mulligan kicked out (pin 1-9, Lauer a -1 for heel, rolled 10). Lanza returned, the Blackjacks hit a Double Lariat, then Lanza performed a Flying Knee Drop, exhausting Ventura. Lanza covered, Adonis was met by Mulligan, and Lauer made the 3-count. 20 min 22 secs

Tommy Rich v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: each has a pin against the other in their recent encounters. Piper had the advantage after an Atomic Drop, Slam on Concrete and Hit w/ Chair, but when Rich set up for a Superplex, Cowboy Bob grabbed his foot, dropping everyone, and when the dust settled Lauer too was out. Tim Fuller rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count, Double Count-Out! 5 min 13 secs

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: in the last bout in this feud on MD 176, Kiniski's friend and former TT partner Mr. Saito KOd the ref and brought a heel ref to the ring (Kiniski went on to win). Kiniski tried a sneak attack here pre-match but Gagne was ready and caught him in a Side Headlock. The bell rang and Kiniski connected w/ a Blatant Low Blow (-5 END). Verne took control w/ a Spinning Toe-Hold and Belly-to-Back Suplex. A Rebound Crossbody Block and Sleeper exhausted Gene, and a 2nd Sleeper finished the match, as Kiniski submitted at 6 min 55 secs.

Bruno Sammartino w/ valet Precious v Nick Bockwinkel: the former World Heavyweight Champion Bockwinkel leads in this feud 2 matches to 1. He was seen admiring the scantily clad Precious, Sammartino’s new valet and girlfriend, and lost some focus (-2 END). Precious tripped Bockwinkel after an opening lock up, then Sammartino made a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fistful of Tights. Fuller quick-counted (pin 1-4, rolled 4) and Sammartino got the easy but some would say cheap victory. Sammartino had always been such a stickler for the rules, but perhaps his falling in love w/ Precious has blinded him. 55 secs
 
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Match Day 182
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA
Referee = Brad Robinson

Jimmy Snuka v Austin Idol: these two are 1-1-1 in their feud. Mil Mascaras got involved here early, jawing w/ Idol from the apron. Commissioner Buttons came out and declared a tag team match with Idol having the choice for a partner. Quite interesting considering the number of TT matches already on the bill. When the Television Champion Randy "Macho Man" Savage appeared as the Universal Heartthrob's partner, the crowd erupted. Savage applied a Sleeper early but otherwise the faces seemed in control, w/ Snuka earning 3 pin/sub attempts (Quick Roll-Up, Brain Claw, Bear Hug) and Mascaras 1 (Slingshot Crossbody). The exhausted Idol tagged out and the Macho Man returned, hitting a Flying Elbow a few mins later, and getting the pin on the masked Mascaras. 12 min 34 secs

The High Flyers v The Steiner Brothers: Rick Steiner opened w/ 3 straight moves, including a Steiner Driver and Release German Suplex, but then after he tagged out he was caught interfering, and Robinson called for the bell and DQd the brothers. 3 min 55 secs

John Cena & Magnum TA v Doom: the apocalyptic warriors beat the faces w/ Steel Chairs on MD 175, necessitating the emptying of the locker room to stop the beating. Ron Simmons twisted his ankle in the early going (change control from +1 to 0). That didn't stop him from executing a Powerslam, teaming for a Double Shoulder Block and Slamming the Leader of Cenation through the Announcer's Table. Cena got in a Chair shot before tagging out, but MTA found himself on the wrong end when Butch Reed Slammed him on the Concrete and Hit him w/ a Chair. Cena returned, as did Simmons, whose ankle may have tightened up while he was waiting, and Cena caught Simmons in a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fistful of Tights. Simmons couldn't escape and Robinson made the 3-count, giving Cena and MTA the victory. 11 min 13 secs

Otto Wanz v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: allies of both interfered on MD 176 but big Otto got the pin after taking and using Bundy's Brass Knuckles. This was an interesting match, lasting longer than you would think. Both men failed on Body Slam attempts early. Bundy performed a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop and connected w/ a Chair shot. Otto landed a Massive Forearm to Back and applied a Sleeper. At the 8:30 mark the match was even at -4 END. Wanz exhausted KKB w/ a Shoulder Smash and earned a pin attempt w/ a Clothesline. Bundy caught Wanz w/ a devastating Atlantic City Avalanche, exhausting him. A follow-up Clothesline was too much, and KKB got the pin at 12 min 45 secs.

The British Bulldogs v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the nefarious Valiant handed Lars Anderson a Light Tube while Ole Anderson distracted Robinson. But the Dynamite Kid grabbed and used it! The commotion naturally caused the ref to turn around, and he saw the broken glass and the Kid holding what was left of the Tube, and had no choice but to call for the bell and disqualify the Bulldogs. 32 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The Russians v the Champions the Sheik and Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: say what you will about the singles performance of the Sheik, and to a lesser extent Zbyszko, but damn, they have been impressive as a tag team. The Russians were interrupted in their pre-match promo by the Macho Man and Universal Heartthrob, who were on cloud nine after their earlier victory (-1 heat Russians). Dangerously bashed Nikita over the head w/ one of the championship belts in the opening minute (-5 END). Ivan Koloff tagged in and landed a 2nd Rope Kneedrop on Zbyszko. The Sheik tagged in and hit a DDT, covered and surprisingly got the early pin (pin 1-4, rolled 3). The champs successfully defended their titles yet again. 3 in 38 secs
 
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