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Post subject: MD 205 results  PostPosted: Jul 26, 2017 - 01:30 PM



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Match Day 205
Iowa State Fairgrounds
Des Moines, IA
Referee = Tommy Gilbert

Jimmy Snuka v Pat Patterson: the crowd got more of a rise out of Patterson’s Crash Test Dummy Patrick than they did out of Snuka’s intro (-1 heat). An opening assault, brutal Superplex and quick-count made for a brief encounter and easy Superfly victory though. 35 secs

The Rock & Roll Express v Nick Bockwinkel & Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: the heels interfered on MD 198, injuring Robert Gibson. The Express put in the effort here (a Drop Toehold/Elbow Drop Combo early, Multiple Atomic Drops by Gibson, a pair of Quick Roll-Ups by Ricky Morton, a nice Top Rope Dropkick, Top Rope Bodypress and Stalling Suplex sequence by Morton, and a sweet Double Dropkick) but Bockwinkel and Slaughter proved too formidable and devious. Hayes distracted the ref allowing his boys to nail a Double Powerbomb. Bockwinkel used his preferred foreign object, a CPR Doll. Slaughter and Bockwinkel combined for a Military Knee to Gut/Kick to Ribs and Double DDT. A 2nd Double Powerbomb exhausted Gibson and allowed Bockwinkel to get the pin. 19 min 56 secs

Argentina Rocca v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: in the 3rd minute Mitsu faked an injury, drawing Gilbert’s focus, and allowing Hansen to apply the Brazos Valley Backbreaker on Rocca. Arakawa followed up with a Claw, then less than a minute after Rocca broke the hold applied it again. This time the exhausted Argentina was unable to break free and was forced to submit. 4 mins

The Ultimate Warrior v The Destroyer: on MD 201 the Destroyer attacked UW pre-match. Not wise my friend, as now you must make your debut against a very tough opponent. The Destroyer managed a few moves, including a Fireman’s carry and Gutwrench Suplex, but otherwise this one was all Warrior. UW hit a Big Boot, Warrior Splash and Atomic Drop before finishing the exhausted newcomer w/ a 2nd Splash. 9 min 8 secs

NO TIME LIMIT & NO DOUBLE DQ/COUNT-OUT – winner faces MTA/Sting for World Tag Team Championship – The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Brisco Brothers: we need a winner after the time limit draw on MD 204. Jack Brisco caught Hawk in an Indian Deathlock early but Hawk escaped. Ellering distracted Animal allowing the Briscos to apply a Double Figure 4. The Warriors got some momentum when Hawk hit a Clothesline and Power Slam then teamed for the Doomsday Device, tiring Jerry Brisco. Jack returned and applied a Body Roll Takedown before teaming for Spinning Toe Hold/Indian Deathlock combo. After a Double Forearm Smash, Jerry returned and performed in order a Jawbreaker, Flying Body Press and Gutwrench Suplex. The Briscos then teamed for another Double Figure 4, Animal couldn’t escape Jack’s clutches, and Hawk was forced to submit to Jerry. The Briscos will wrestler for the belts! 14 min 12 secs

Andre the Giant v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: a much-anticipated heel v heel encounter. These 2 wrestled to a time limit draw on MD 195. Piper had the edge early after Smashing Andre’s head into the Monitor and Hitting him w/ a Chair (DQ pt), but Orton accidentally popped Piper w/ a Chair shot. Andre performed a Power Slam. Roddy earned a 2nd DQ pt for an Eye Gouge before hitting a High Knee and applying a Figure 4 to Andre’s massive legs. Andre earned a DQ pt for bashing Piper w/ a Chair. Piper wore Andre down w/ a Sleeper then applied it again a minute later. The ref checked on Andre, whose arm went limp, and Gilbert rang for the bell. Piper wins! What is happening w/ the Giant? A huge win over Hulk Hogan on MD 200 then this. 13 min 9 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Hacksaw Duggan v Television Champion Randy Savage: Randy opened w/ 3 consecutive maneuvers, including a Running Clothesline. Hacksaw then rattled off 6 straight, including a pair of Shoulder Blocks. Wahoo McDaniel appeared and the crowd tried to warn Hacksaw, but to everyone’s surprise, and especially the combatants, Wahoo clocked SAVAGE w/ his Tomahawk (-6 END)! Wahoo turned [back] face!! Duggan wasted no time hitting a Three Point Stance Clothesline, exhausting Savage, but the challenger kicked out. The Macho Man then went on the attack, performing a Back Body Drop and a Flying Elbow. He covered the exhausted champion but Duggan kicked out! The match was even at -9 END at the 8 min mark. Each hit a pair of single point maneuvers. The championship hung in the balance. A wrestler’s true colors would be revealed. Savage pulled out a Cinderblock from under the ring and Smashed Duggan through it!! The ref either didn’t see it or didn’t care. Savage rolled Duggan into the ring and covered. 1-2-3, the Macho Man is your new World Heavyweight Champion!!! 10 min 45 secs
 
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Post subject: TV Pro  PostPosted: Jul 27, 2017 - 07:34 AM



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Derek, I really enjoy your reports. You have given these wrestlers another chance to show-off their stuff. And.......in front of a crowd at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. The evening could have been a little better if the Rock & Roll Express could have pulled out a win. Superfly getting a win over Patterson in 35 seconds has to push Jimmy up the ladder in the rankings. Very impressive.

Keep the write ups coming,

Frank
 
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Post subject: MD 206 results  PostPosted: Jul 28, 2017 - 05:22 PM



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Match Day 206
Seattle Center Arena
Seattle, WA
Referee = Dick Wohrle

Rick Martel v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Martel performed a Gutwrecnh Suplex, Diving Crossbody and Airplane Spin before applying the Boston Crab on the tired Superstar. Graham hit a Backbreaker and a Body Slam on Concrete. A Slingshot Splash gave Martel a pin opportunity by Superstar kicked out. Graham looked to set up for a Bearhug but Martel countered and rolled Superstar into a Small Package. 1-2-3-pin! Martel got the victory at 8 min 25 secs. Post-match, Bobo Brazil joined in a beating of the befallen.

Dick the Bruiser v Jerry Lawler: Dick dominated from the outset, performing the opening 10 moves, including a Forearm Smash to Chest, Rake Eyes w/ Boot Laces and 2nd Rope Knee Drop. Lawler pulled out a Singapore Cane and connected on a couple of whacks but Bruiser put an end to that w/ another Rake Eyes w/ Boot Laces. An Atomic Drop allowed Dick to get the pin. 8 min 12 secs

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: Gene evened the feud at 2-2-1 on MD 192 before Gagne attacked him post-match w/ Brass Knuckles, putting him out of commission for 1 month. Here, the pair engaged in a lively match. They took turns Slamming the other on the Concrete early. The crowd was pumped and chanted “Verne, Verne” louder and louder, motivating him (END increased 4 pts). Gagne earned the first 3 pin/sub attempts w/ a pair of Sleepers and a Small Package. Kiniski earned back-to-back pin attempts w/ a Belly-to-Back Suplex and Backbreaker. The match was even late when Verne saw his opening. In order he Slammed Kiniski through a Table, executed a Rebound Crossbody Block, Hit Kiniski w/ a Chair, applied another Sleeper and finally hit a finishing Flying Dropkick. Gene was done and Verne got the pinfall. 18 min 14 secs

Bobo Brazil v The Sheik: these 2 have had a pair of recent encounters: MD 190 when the Commissioner reversed a Brazil victory and MD 200 when Andre turned heel and KOd Brazil, allowing the Sheik to cover. Here, Rick Martel, getting revenge for the events of MD 191 when he was injured rescuing Mil Mascaras from a beating by the Sheik and Larry Zbyszko, clamped on the Boston Crab pre-match and the Sheik couldn’t recover. Count-out! I don’t know how women can watch soap operas when they could be watching real athletic endeavors like these!

STREETFIGHT w/ winner getting a United States Championship opportunity: Pat O’Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser v Rick Rude: this one got out of Rude’s control early as O’Connor performed a Belly-to-Back Suplex and Leg Scissors before bashing Rick w/ a Slapjack passed to him by Bruiser. Once he recovered from the blows Rude went after Dick but was unceremoniously greeted w/ a Ringside Chair to the head. After a Spinning Leg Lock ENDs were Rude -8 and O’Connor +6. Rude was able to string together 5 consecutive moves, including a Gutwrench Backbreaker, and looked to have some momentum. Then Jake Roberts appeared. Remember that Rude “severed” ties w/ him and everyone else on MD 197, OR SO WE THOUGHT! Roberts grabbed O’Connor while Rude went to the ropes and tried a Diving Kneedrop. Bruiser shoved Roberts while Rude was midair and Rude hit Roberts and not O’Connor! Rude was stunned, which allowed O’Connor to hit a Belly-to-Back Suplex. A pair of Piledrivers settled the matter, and O’Connor got the victory and US title shot. 10 min 50 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP – VACANT: Magnum TA & Sting v The Brisco Brothers: the spectacle of this MD continued w/ the Briscos coming out in Satin shirts, tight trousers and to the tune of the Bee Gees. OH MY GOD, the Briscos have gone disco (+1 heat)!!!! MTA earned an early pin attempt but it was all single pointers and back and forth. The Briscos teamed for a Double Hip Toss on Sting before Magnum returned and performed a Fireman’s Carry. Jack Brisco Body Slammed the mustached Magnum on Concrete. Sting tagged back and went off w/ 9 consecutive moves, including a Reverse German Suplex, Stinger Suplex and double-team Dropkick & Diving Knee Drop. Jack was exhausted but finally was able to tag out. A double Figure 4 put an end to the face momentum. Jerry Brisco tired MTA w/ a Shin Breaker and Jawbreaker then hit a Flying Body Press and covered. Wohrle made the count, 1-2-3 (pin 1-3, rolled 2) and the Briscos become the new RWF World Tag Team Champions!! You should be dancing, yeah! 19 min 48 secs
 
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FrankC wrote:
Derek, I really enjoy your reports. You have given these wrestlers another chance to show-off their stuff. And.......in front of a crowd at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. The evening could have been a little better if the Rock & Roll Express could have pulled out a win. Superfly getting a win over Patterson in 35 seconds has to push Jimmy up the ladder in the rankings. Very impressive.

Keep the write ups coming,

Frank


Thanks, Frank! Enjoy yours too!
 
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Post subject: MD 207 results  PostPosted: Aug 07, 2017 - 01:24 PM



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Match Day 207
Oregon State University Gym
Corvallis, OR
Referee = Jack Pesek

BEST OF 7 SERIES: Mil Mascaras v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart: Mil entered the bout leading 2-0 in the series. The Hammer didn’t like the perceived lack of gusto in the ring announcer’s intro and berated him for it, with Jimmy chiming in on the megaphone (+1 heat, +3 END). Hart inadvertently distracted Valentine early, allowing Mascaras to hit his Cross Chop. Valentine gained the advantage via a Fan’s Beer Bottle, Belly-to-Back Suplex and Figure 4. A 2nd Figure 4 was too much for Mascaras and he submitted at 9 min 10 secs. The Hammer not only got his 1st victory in the series but also ended a 5-match losing streak.

The East-West Connection v The Fabulous Freebirds: Michael Hayes and Terry Gordy did not appreciate the ring announcer’s joke about them being “unaccompanied by Precious” (+1 heat, +3 END). You’d think he would have learned his lesson w/ Valentine. Solid match w/ each team showing their repertoire. The Connection teamed for a pair of Double Shoulder Blocks while on their own Jesse Ventura nailed a Piledriver and Adrian Adonis a Running Clothesline and a pair of Knee Drops. Hayes performed a Reverse Atomic Drop and Slingshot Suplex and Bam Bam a Power Slam, Body Slam and Hip Toss. There was no pin/sub attempt in this even match until the 16th min, when Hayes grabbed a fistful of tights in a Quick Pin Move. 1-2-3, Freebirds win, ending a 3-match losing streak. The Connection is now 0-7-1 in the RWF. 15 min 35 secs

Otto Wanz v The Destroyer: Big Otto went for a Corner Splash early but the Destroyer pulled out a Steel Chair and nailed him in the gut (-6 END). A Small Package nearly resulted in a pinfall but Wanz kicked out at the last second. Wanz went on the offensive w/ a German Headscissor and Shoulder Smash before the ref was inadvertently KOd, the action went outside, and Larry Lisowski rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count while the contestants battled in the audience. Double count-out! 4 min 2 secs

Sting v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: on MD 201 Sting got the early pin after countering a pre-match assault. Here, Sting again blocked KKB’s pre-match attack as he eluded an attempted Avalanche and Bundy ran into the LED screen (Sting gains 3 END pts). The match proper started fast with the behemoth hitting a Running Knee Lift, 2nd Rope Knee Drop and Smashing Sting w/ a Chair. The Icon gave as good as he got w/ a Doving Clothesline, Flying Body Press and Sleeper. The match turned when Heenan screwed up and distracted his client, allowing Sting to apply the Scorpion Deathlock. Sting tried another submission move, an Ankle Lock, before hitting a One-Handing Bulldog and finishing Bundy w/ a Diving DDT. Pin at 10 min 57 secs. Bundy lost it post-match over comments made by the ringside commentator and smashed the monitor before he was challenged by Antonio Inoki, a man quite familiar with sumo culture.

Ricky Steamboat v Ric Flair: the Dragon had a pin victory over the Nature Boy on MD 145. This one almost went the distance. Flair Slammed Ricky through a Table and executed both a Knee and Elbow Drop. Steamboat performed a Body Slam, Diving Headbutt Drop and Head Scissor Takedown. At 16:30 the match was even at -9 END. The Dragon hit Knife-Edge Chops, exhausting Flair, but couldn’t get the pin. Flair hit another Elbow Drop and then a Snap Mare and covered. Lisowski made the count, 1-2-3, Flair wins! 18 min 15 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Bruno Sammartino w/ valet Precious v Pat O’Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser: auspicious start when O’Connor set up for a Piledriver and Bruno reversed and nailed it himself. A Bear Hug, Hit w/ Chair and Bridging German Suplex took their toll on the challenger. The champ finished O’Connor w/ a Bruno Body Slam and pin at 8 min 20 secs. ENDs were Bruno +4 and O’Connor -15.
 
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Post subject: RE: MD 207 results  PostPosted: Aug 07, 2017 - 02:35 PM



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Derek, As Usual Great Matches

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Post subject: MD 208 results  PostPosted: Aug 12, 2017 - 12:07 PM



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Match Day 208
Veterans Auditorium
Santa Rosa, CA
Referee = Tom "Rocky" Stone

Dusty Rhodes v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: an excellent opening bout. Rhodes performed Dusty Atomic Drop and a Running Bulldog early and the Iranian a Vertical Suplex and Body Slam. Dusty hit a Powerbomb, applied a Figure 4 and nailed his Bionic Elbow, but couldn't finish off his opponent. The Iron Sheik rallied, performing a Power Slam and Gutbuster then twice applying the Camel Clutch. The American Dream looked to end the match w/ a Stalling Suplex but the Iron Sheik got his foot on the ropes at the last second (pin 1-7, rolled 3 but 6 6-sided). A Belly-to-Belly Suplex followed by a Surfboard Stretch had Rhodes in trouble but he broke the submission hold. A Bionic Elbow allowed Rhodes to cover, 1-2-3, Dusty wins a great one! ENDs were -22 each. 16 min 24 secs

Mad Dog Vachon v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: MDV applied a Body Lock early and JBL tried to end it when he hit his set-up move, the Last Call (Fallaway Slam), then a Clothesline from Hell. After 9 mins the match was even at -7 END. Vachon then went on a run, applying another Body Lock, bashing JBL w/ his new preferred foreign object, a Dictionary, which cut JBL for the 2nd time in the match, and nailing consecutive Piledrivers. JBL fought on w/ a Backbreaker Rack and Abdominal Stretch, but his ally Hansen cost him when he tossed a Bullwhip into the ring which was intercepted and used by Mad Dog. Vachon eventually got the submission victory w/ a Boston Crab at 16 min 7 secs.

Magnum TA v Harley Race: these 2 had a No Contest on MD 198 when the Brisco Brothers stormed the ring and flattened both men. Race got a huge crowd reaction during his entrance (+1 heat, +2 END). Who can blame the young senioritas in the audience for swooning over Handsome Harley? The match may be remembered for then missed Diving Headbutt by Race in the 5th min (-8 END, post-match would reveal a 3 week injury). Harley persevered, using every weapon in his arsenal, literally. He hit MTA w/ a Nightstick, Bit Magnum's forehead, and when Hansen distracted Rocky, used his preferred foreign object, a Kendo Stick (-10 END). Race followed up w/ a finishing Piledriver and got the tainted pinfall. 11 min 34 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Studd leads the feud 2-1 after a Destroyer pre-match assault and Studd pin on MD 201. Another excellent bout on a fantastic MD 208. Beginning in the 9th minute the Warrior performed FOURTEEN consecutive moves,, including 3 Warrior Splashes. A little while later the Ultimate Warrior hit a 4th Splash. Studd would not relent and in fact kicked out of a pin attempt at the last second (pin 1-9, rolled 10) and twice kicked out of pin attempts where he had at least an 80% chance of being pinned (pin 1-16 and 1-17, rolled 18 and 20 respectively). Studd rallied at the end, applying a Studd Bear Hug and using his preferred foreign object, a Singapore Cane. The final move of the match was a Studd Slam on Concrete. The bell rang and the match ended in a 20 min time limit draw! While the crowd had to show some respect for Studd's heart, Warrior stole the show post-match w/ a brilliant promo (+2 heat). ENDS were UW -14 and BJS -45.

The British Bulldogs v the Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: a time limit draw on MD 202 kept each team w/ 2 wins in this feud. Here, the action began pre-match when Lars Anderson tried to use Brass Knuckles but Dynamite Kid turned the Knucks on him (-5 END)! Valiant distracted Lars early, allowing Kid to nail a Flying Headbutt. The Kid later earned another pin attempt w/ a Release German Suplex. The Crew twice executed a Double Running Lariat. The Bulldogs continued their cranial attack, w/ another Diving Headbutt by the Kid and Series of Headbutts by Davey Boy Smith. The Bulldogs seemed on the verge of victory when Valiant tried to interfere but was KOd by a DBS Dropkick. Lars immediately tagged out, the crew nailed another Double Running Lariat and Ole covered for the 3-count. Valiant took one for the team! 23 min 54 secs

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Lou Thesz v Champion Randy Savage (also the World Heavyweight Champion): the question coming in here was whether Savage would have a letdown, or even care about the TV title, after winning the most prestigious belt in wrestling. 11 mins later the answers would seem to be yes and no, respectively. The Macho Man hit a Back Body Drop, a pair of Body Slams and a Power Slam, and Thesz a Headlock and a bunch of single point moves. There were no pin/sub attempts until a Thesz Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplex. He covered, Rocky made the count, 1-2-3, and Lou Thesz is your new Television Champion! 10 min 34 secs
 
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Match Day 209
Hilton Hotel
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Todd Sinclair

Pedro Morales v Carlos Colon: on MD 203 Colon got the submission after a a distraction from Austin Idol and the use of a foreign object. Here, Morales caught Colon in the Sleeper in the 3d minute and forced Sinclair to call for the bell and award him w/ a submission victory. 2 min 33 secs

Jimmy Valiant v Austin Idol: on MD 201 Idol and is tag team partner Randy Savage attacked Valiant after losing their match. The Boogie Woogie Man must be wondering if he has a target on his back, as Greg Valentine and JBL (see MD 189) double-teamed Valiant during his pre-match promo (-10 END). Idol had the advantage after a Sucker Punch and Body Slam but Valiant bravely battled back w/ a DDT, Elbow Smash and Eye Poke. The latter drew the ire of the Universal Heartthrob and the combatants took the action outside where they brawled into the crowd and were counted out by Sinclair. Post-match, it was deja vu all over again as the Macho Man joined Idol in delivering a beatdown to Jimmy.

Wahoo McDaniel v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: Wahoo surprised Piper, who was still conferring w/ Ace, at the bell w/ a Piledriver, but Roddy managed to get his foot on the ropes at the last second. Piper earned a pin attempt w/ a DDT, a DQ pt for a Thumb to Throat and hammered McDaniel w/ Repeated Punches. Wahoo showed his mettle w/ a Wrist Lock Takedown, Indian Leg Lock and Tomahawk Chops. Things weren't looking good for Piper when Jerry Lawler, an old compatriot of Wahoo, appeared. The crowd was shocked when the King clocked Wahoo, and not Piper, w/ his Scepter. Rowdy Roddy covered for the easy 1-2-3. 6 min 5 secs

Otto Wanz & the Crusher v Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the crowd went crazy for Wanz & Crusher during their entrance (+2 heat). Crusher seemed to think his good looks were the cause of the adoration. Crusher opened w/ an Eye Gouge and was warned by the ref. Studd retaliated w/ a pair of Closed Fists to Head, drawing some color. Bundy then grabbed a Steel Chair from ringside and bashed both Crusher and Sinclair w/ it. DQ! 2 min 2 secs

Lex Luger v Stan Hansen: Lex came in w/ 2 DQ victories over the Bad Man from Borger, Texas. Pre-match, Hansen threatened to LASH ringside celebrity Jamie Farr w/ his Bullrope but Luger intervened (+1 heat to both). Luger dominated this one, executing the Big Lex Hiptoss and applying a Bear Hug and Torture Rack before finishing the Lariat w. a Luger Running Forearm. Pin at 6 min 49 secs.

Hulk Hogan v Kurt Angle: Hogan tired the Olympian early w/ Hulked-Up Punches and a Powerslam. Angle battled back though w/ a Superplex, Multiple German Suplexes and a smash w/ a Slapjack. A Running Clothesline just about tore Angle in half though and Hogan got the pin at 11 min 15 secs.
 
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Match Day 210
The Matrix
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Red Shoes Unno

Ivan Putski v Jake Roberts: with a Polish Power Press Slam, Hit w/ Chair and Superplex, Putski tired the Snake early. The chair shot also resulted in some color on Roberts, which only increased after a Closed Fist to Head. The Polish Hammer finisher allowed Putski to get the easy pin. 5 min 30 secs

Jesse Ventura v Mr. Saito: Saito spouted some trashtalk pre-match directed at Rick Martel. Something about Martel having a Boston Crab finisher but in reality being a “Boston scab.” He earned some heat when Martel came out and challenged him then earned the crowd’s venom early when he threw Salt in Ventura’s Eyes. He would repeat the action twice more. The Body used a Fan’s Beer Bottle on Saito’s back. A Karate Chop exhausted Jesse. After an Inverted Body Vice and Piledriver, the match was deadlocked at -9 END. Another Karate Chop looked like the end but Ventura kicked out and immediately used everything he had left in quickly executing a Piledriver. Unno counted quickly (pin 1-8, rolled Cool and Ventura got the victory. 12 min 43 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Austin Idol: this match came about after Idol lost his match on MD 203 and got into it w/ the announcers. The Dragon came out and challenged him. Steamboat looked to be in control w/ a Running Clothesline and Body Slam, but a Flying Body Press allowed Idol to go for the pin. Unno made the count, 1-2-3 (pin 1-4, rolled 2) and Idol got the surprising early victory. 4 min 6 secs

The Crusher v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Slaughter evened this feud at 1 each after a comeback victory on MD 204. Crusher earned a DQ pt right away when he grabbed a Chair from ringside and bashed Slaughter. Less than 2 mins later an Eye Gouge gave him a 2nd warning. Slaughter nailed a Military Knee to Gut and Chest Breaker before Crusher Bit Slaughter’s Forehead, earning a 3rd DQ pt and an automatic disqualification. 6 min 5 secs

Dusty Rhodes & Verne Gagne v The Blackjacks w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Blackjacks had some momentum after a double-team Double Back Elbow, a Lanza Claw Hold and a Mulligan Choke on Ropes. But Dusty clamped on the Figure 4 and got the submission out of Lanza. 4 min 42 secs

Antonio Inoki v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: after losing to Sting on MD 207 Bundy went after the commentators. Inoki then challenged the behemoth. Bundy grabbed the mic from the ring announcer here but botched his rant (-1 heat). It went downhill from there. What with KKB being too big for Inoki to perform his favored Fallaway Slam finisher, he went to his secondary one, the Manji-Gatame repeatedly. Inoki performed the final 9 moves of the match and got the pin after a 4th Manji-Gatame. 8 min 50 secs

HOUSECLEANING: new cards for Mad Dog Vachon, Randy Savage, Verne Gagne, Bruno Sammartino, Nick Bockwinkel, Ric Flair, Gene Kiniski, Pedro Morales and Superstar Billy Graham. Pro Wrestling Illustrated is reporting that massive changes are expected soon in the RWF, w/ a plethora of wrestlers expected to leave and a whole new group expected to join. No names are being mentioned yet but the new rankings, which will be posted after MD 211, are anticipated to be of the utmost importance – anyone in the top 10 is expected to be safe and anyone outside, in danger.
 
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Match Day 211
Civic Auditorium
Honolulu, HI
Referee = Brian Hebner

Tommy Rich v Carlos Colon: on MD 191 Colon attacked Rich before the latter’s bout w/ Roddy Piper. In this one Colon grabbed some tights and went for a quick pin move early but Rich got his hand on the ropes just in time. Colon used Brass Knuckles and Wildfire a Steel Chair. A Figure 4 and Powerslam put Colon in control but a botched Superplex KOd everybody, including Hebner. Drake Wuertz rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count. Double count-out! 9 min 48 secs

The Midnight Rockers v The Original Midnight Express w/ manager Jim Cornette: the Express were DQd on MD 204 after Dennis Condrey walloped Shawn Michaels w/ a Steel Chain. Less than a minute into the match here Commissioner Percy Buttons came out, stopped the bout, and announced that the winner will receive a title shot against the Brisco Brothers on MD 215. WOW! Both teams were motivated by this – the Express hit a Rocket Launcher, Randy Rose a Chop to Chest, Michaels a Hit w/ a Chair, the Rockers a Double Shoulder Block and Double Leg Sweep. The wrestling was coming fast and furious. Marty Jannetty went on a 7 move run that included a Superplex, Running Clothesline and Knee Lift. Condrey performed a Back Body Drop and then Cornette handed him a Trash Can Lid. Jannetty swiped and used it himself on Condrey! Cover, 1-2-3, pin! The Midnight Rockers get a World Tag Team Championship opportunity! 12 min 45 secs

Argentina Rocca v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: on MD 205 Arakawa got the early submission victory after help from Hansen. Here, Ed “Strangler” Lewis was backstage and complimented Rocca during his promo. Already a high flyer, Rocca was clearly on cloud 9. Sleeper Hold, Airplane Spin, Flying Headscissors Takedown, Flying Dropkick and Faceslap w/ Feet– wow, Argentina’s full arsenal was on display! A Diving Crossbody allowed Rocca to get the pinfall at 5 min 40 secs. Maybe it was the Faceslap but Hansen nailed a Double Axe Handle on Rocca’s back as he celebrated and the heels proceeded to give him a beatdown.

Rick Martel v The Sheik: the most dangerous man in the RWF and his tag team partner Larry Zbyszko injured Martel on MD 191. Rick got a modicum of revenge when he nailed his finisher pre-match on the Sheik on MD 206. Here, the Sheik earned 2 quick DQ pts for a Punch in Groin and an Eye Gouge, while also performing a Double Leg Kick. Martel tired the Sheik w/ a Hip Toss and single pt moves, then hit a Flying Body Press, covered, and got the 3-count from Wuertz. 5 min 29 secs

Austin Idol & World Heavyweight Champion Randy Savage v The Russians: each team has won 1 match in this feud. Ivan Koloff came at the Macho Man w/ a Chair pre-match but Idol intervened and used the Chair on Ivan (-7 END). The bell rang and Savage Threw Salt in the Face of Ivan, earning a DQ pt. Nikita Koloff tagged in and used a Hammer, earning a DQ pt of his own. A minute later Nikita Choked Savage w/ a Chain, earning a 2nd DQ pt. Idol tagged in a Slammed Nikita on the Concrete, Tossed him into the Ring Steps and Hit him w/ a Chair. Ivan returned and Threw Salt in Idol’s Face, unseen by Wuertz. Then, surprisingly, some legitimate wrestling occurred, with Ivan hitting a Shoulder Smash, German Suplex and Bridging German Suplex on Idol, and Nikita a Full Nelson and Piledriver. The Koloffs combined for 14 consecutive maneuvers on the Universal Heartthrob. But their failure to get the pin must have gotten to Nikita, as he grabbed a Steel Chair and bashed both Savage, who just tagged in, and the referee Wuertz, who called for the bell and disqualified the Russians. 15 min 58 secs

Bobo Brazil v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Bobo joined Rick Martel in a post-match beatdown of the Superstar after Martel pinned the heel on MD 206. Graham responded logically here, grabbing a Nightstick in the opening minute and swinging wildly at Brazil. Bobo blocked the attack, grabbed the weapon and used it himself! Wuertz was unamused and disqualified Brazil. 1 min 1 sec
 
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Post subject: Official Rankings # 21  PostPosted: Sep 05, 2017 - 04:10 PM



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Official Rankings # 21
Compiled after MD 211 and confirmed by our friends at Arthur Andersen

# 1: WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION Randy Savage (#6)
# 2: UNITED STATES CHAMPION Bruno Sammartino (#3)
# 3: Hacksaw Jim Duggan (#1)
# 4: TELEVISION CHAMPION Lou Thesz (#5)
# 5: Andre the Giant (#7)
# 6: Hulk Hogan (#2)
# 7: Dusty Rhodes (NR)
# 8: Nick Bockwinkel (NR)
# 9: Ric Flair (#9)
# 10: Pat O’Connor (NR)

Tag Teams
# 1: WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS The Brisco Brothers (NR)
# 2: The Road Warriors (#2)
# 3: The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko (#3)
# 4: Dusty Rhodes & Verne Gagne (NR)
# 5: The Midnight Rockers (NR)

Note: the number to the right of the wrestler or team is the previous ranking
 
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Post subject: Announcement  PostPosted: Sep 10, 2017 - 06:00 PM



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The RWF roster is just too damned stacked and full, and new wrestlers are banging on the door trying to get in. Cuts are being made. Jesse Ventura, Roddy Piper and Mitsu Arakawa have wrestled their last matches, at least for the foreseeable future. Larry Zbyszko is done as a singles wrestler but will continue to terrorize the tag team division with his partner, the Sheik. Otto Wanz, Mr. Saito and Stan Hansen have been notified that their next bout will be their last. The following tag teams are finished as well: The East West Connection, the Blackjacks and the Original Midnight Express.

More cuts are coming: (1) the losers of the Mascaras/Valentine and Crusher/Slaughter feuds will be cut; (2) the Iron Sheik will be gone if he does not defeat new wrestler Pistol Pez Whatley on MD 217; (3) there will be 4 Triple Threat matches in which the losers will be given their walking papers and the wrestlers not involved in the decisions will have a 1 match playoff; and (4) stay tuned each Match Day for more announcements.
 
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Post subject: MD 212 results  PostPosted: Sep 10, 2017 - 06:30 PM



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Match Day 212
The Ice Palace
Las Vegas, NV
Referee = Connie Marker

Argentina Rocca v Stan Hansen: fans showed their feelings for Hansen, who was wrestling his final bout in the RWF, by pelting him w/ garbage. One dastardly fan connected w/a Beer Bottle to Hansen's face (-2 END). No respect shown for the first World Heavyweight Champion. Hansen put up no fight in this one as Rocca hit the opening 6 moves, including a Flying Elbow Drop and Diving Headbutt Drop. The Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff then entered the ring and flattened both combatants. The Iron Sheik was a client of Hansen but said that the Lariat had done nothing for him. He continued that he now has a real ally in Volkoff, a Russian, someone he could trust, unlike the stupid American Hansen. America-PTOOEY! 3 min 36 secs

The Kangaroos v Doom: the tone was set early in this one when Butch Reed tossed Brass Knuckles into the ring but it was Al Costello who grabbed and used them (-10 END for Ron Simmons). The 'Roos then dominated the rest of the way, w/ Costello hitting a Piledriver and applying Body Scissors and Don Kent a Running Bulldog and Aussie Leglock. The Kangaroos got the pin after the Boomerang. 10 mins 1 sec

Wahoo McDaniel v Jerry Lawler: the Commissioner stunned the crowd by announcing that the loser of this bout would be departing the federation. Wahoo was in control early after an Apache Backbreaker and a series of single point moves when the Ringside Lighting fell and injured Wahoo, who was out cold and unable to continue. Lawler wins via injury and McDaniel is out of the RWF. WOW! 6 min 25 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Ric Flair: Dusty is ranked #7 and Ric # 9. Their last encounter was on MD 186 when Flair got pin (due to a wild event). The Nature Boy opened w/ Flair Chops, WOOH! Rhodes had a powerful sequence of Dusty Punches, Figure 4, Dusty Atomic Drop and Hit w/ Chair, tiring Flair. A Bionic Elbow and Power Slam did further damage nd at the 7 min mark Flair was exhausted. Dusty nailed a Dropkick, covered and Marker counted 1-2-3. Dusty wins! Commissioner Buttons returned and announced that the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship would be determined in a Triple Threat Match on MD 218. Dusty is in the contest! Two other top 10 wrestlers will face each other on MD 214, Hulk Hogan and Nick Bockwinkel, with the winner also getting into the Triple Threat Match. 7 min 31 secs

Magnum TA & Sting v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: the Most Dangerous Man in the Retro Wrestling Federation demonstrated why when he SMASHED Magnum TA w/ a Sledgehammer! The heels were immediately disqualified. MTA was clearly injured and an examination by Dr. Brenda Buttons, our esteemed and comely doctor, revealed that he would miss 1 month of action. 2 min 33 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Randy Savage v Hacksaw Duggan: the Macho Man was in control early, having performed 7 of the opening 9 moves, including a Macho High Knee and Diving Elbow Drop. Duggan rallied w/ 10 consecutive moves, including a Shoulder Block, Whack w/ 2x4 and Atomic Drop. Savage hit a Gutwrench Suplex to stem the tide but Hacksaw then earned consecutive pin attempts w/ a Three Point Clothesline (Savage kicked out at the very last second, pin 1-8, rolled 9) and Bear Hug. The Macho Man was sneaky and poked Duggan in the eye, earning a DQ pt. Savage then performed 3 straight single point moves, including a Leg Scissors Choke, which earned him a 2nd DQ pt. Savage then went legit and hit a Corner Slingshot Splash and covered. 1-2-3, and Savage retains the WHC! 14 min 41 secs
 
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Match Day 213
Field House University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
Referee = Johnny Shorn

Tommy Rick v JBL w/ ally Stan Hansen: the heels softened Rich up right after the bell when JBL distracted Shorn, allowing Hansen to put Rich in the Brazos Valley Backbreaker. Wildfire was undeterred and rattled off 10 consecutive moves, including a Bulldog and Stalling Suplex. JBL used some underhanded tactics to thwart Tommy’s momentum, including a Hit w/ Chair and an Eye Gouge, before utilizing some more legitimate maneuvers like a pair of Elbow Drops and a Swinging Neckbreaker. JBL nailed a Flowing DDT and covered. Shorn counted, 1-2-kick out at very last second (pin 1-7, rolled Cool. Rich then kicked out after a Clothesline from Hell. As the clock ticked JBL performed Last Call but that would be the final move of the match as the bell rang and Shorn declared a 20 minute time limit draw. Post-match, the Boogie Woogie Man Jimmy Valiant (who was attacked by JBL on MD 209) joined Rich in delivering an old-fashioned beatdown on JBL.

Otto Wanz v The Destroyer: these 2 wrestled to a double count-out on MD 207. With a Power Slam, Stalling Suplex and German Headscissor, big Otto was in control of this one, until he wasn’t. The Destroyer hit a DDT, Swinging Neckbreaker and 3 Missile Dropkicks to take over. The ref took a bump and was recovering facing the other way when the Destroyer pulled a Fire Extinguisher from under the ring and ran at Wanz. Otto blocked the assault. The Destroyer turned the Extinguisher on himself, sprayed, and tossed it to Wanz just as Shorn recovered and turned around. Shorn saw the Destroyer covered in white foam and Wanz holding the Extinguisher, and immediately called for the bell and disqualified Wanz. Poor Otto, his final match in the RWF, and to go out like this…The crowd gave him a well-deserved cheer. 12 min 47 secs

The Crusher v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: Slaughter leads this feud 2-1 (loser will be gone from RWF) after Crusher was DQd on MD 210. Hayes played a major role in this one. First, he was discussing strategy with his client when Crusher came from behind and nailed Slaughter w/ a Double Axe Handle. Then he distracted the ref while Slaughter performed an Eye Rake and Body Slam. Finally, he handed Slaughter his preferred foreign object, a Kevlar Helmet, which he used. Slaughter followed up w/ a Whip to Ropes and Back Body Drop but couldn’t get the pin. He tried again but was met w/ a Bolo Punch. Crusher covered, 1-2-3, pin! The feud is even at 2 wins apiece. 9 min 15 secs

The Road Warriors w/ Paul Ellering v The Steiner Brothers w/ Adnan Al Kaissey: the Warriors beat the Steiners on MD 192 but the Steiners reignited the feud by interfering in a Warriors’ bout on MD 204. Both teams lost END pts after a pre-match scuffle that occurred when the Steiners interrupted a Warriors’ promo. The Warriors dominated the match but it was interesting nonetheless. Hawk connected w/ Brass Knuckles on Rick Steiner. Al Kaissey tossed a Hammer into the ring but Animal grabbed and used it on poor Rick. Animal almost got the pin after a Gutbuster but Al Kaissey broke it up! ! Al Kaissey then distracted the ref and Animal, allowing Scott Stiner to whack Animal from behind w/ a Steel Chair. Rick hit a Flying Body Press and covered, but Hawk got his foot on the ropes at the last second (pin 1-4, rolled 4 but 6 6-sided). The Warriors teamed for a Doomsday Device but Rick managed to kick out when he had no real right to (pin 1-17, rolled 19). A Leaping Shoulder Block a minute later by Animal put this one to bed as he got the 3-count at the 18 min mark. ENDs were Hawk +5, Animal +3, Rick -23 and Scott -13.

Sting v Rick Rude: Ravishing Rick earned some heat when he hit a Rude Piledriver on Sting during the latter’s pre-match promo. Rude then dominated the bout, hitting a Rude DDT, a Running Clohtesline, the Rude Awakening and Body Slamming the Franchise on Thumbtacks! A 2nd Rude Awakening almost seemed like a favor, and Rude got the pin at 7 min 47 secs.

Verne Gagne v Gene Kiniski: the cameras showed Commissioner Buttons in a backstage office intently watching the monitor. Gagne came into the match leading the feud 3-2-1 after a hard fought victory on MD 206. Mr. Saito, Kiniski’s friend and former tag team partner, surprised Gagne on the ramp w/ a Karate Chop. Gagne can’t make the match and is counted out! Commissioner Buttons then came out and announced that the feud would be decided with a Streetfight! The crowd erupted and when it quieted, Buttons proclaimed that the loser would be kicked out of the RWF!!

Coming Up!
MD 214 features the 4th match in the Mil Mascaras/Greg Valentine feud (Mil leads 2-1) as well as an encounter between Nick Bockwinkel and Hulk Hogan, with the winner joining Dusty Rhodes and an unnamed third wrestler in a Triple Threat Match on MD 218 to determine the # 1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship.

MD 215 has a World Tag Team Championship battle between the champion Disco Brisco Brothers and the Midnight Rockers. And just announced-the Television Championship will be merged into the United States Championship as Lou Thesz wrestlers Bruno Sammartino. Oh, and maybe an Andre the Giant v Antonio Inoki match will interest you.

And on MD 216, 4 wrestlers make their debut: Arn Anderson, Steve Regal, the Masked Superstar and Ed “Strangler” Lewis. The latter faces King Kong Bundy, who MUST win the bout to remain a part of the RWF.
 
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