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Post subject: WWF RAW Results  PostPosted: Oct 10, 2017 - 04:02 PM



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WWF RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, TX.



Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Jack Doan, Teddy Long & Jim Korderas

Are you ready ? Break it down ! D-Generation X's theme music brought the fans to their feet and San Antonio's own Shawn Michaels down to the ring along with Triple H and Chyna. After some pyrotechnics, crotch chops and a few lewd jokes thrown in for good measure, HBK "reminded" Vince McMahon that "DX runs this show" and that it would therefore be in the company's best interest for he, Shawn Michaels, to be the WWF Champion instead of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. Michaels made reference to the finals of the Championship Tournament in which he was pinned by Austin for the title after interference from Mankind. HBK was "tuning up the band" by stomping his foot in preparation for the Sweet Chin Music when Mankind snuck into the ring and flattened him with a Double Arm DDT leading to the pinfall. Michaels neglected to mention, however, that he had eliminated Mankind earlier in the tournament following a 2x4 shot to the noggin which may have precipitated the interference in the final round. HBK then fired up the crowd by suggesting a title match on RAW next week and told McMahon to make it happen !

1. The Brood (Gangrel & Edge w/ Christian) defeated Jim Cornette's New Midnight Express ("Bombastic" Bob Holly & "Bodacious' Bart Gunn) at 6:18. The Brood followed up a ghoulish backstage promo by emerging from a ring of fire during their entrance to add 75 points to their total. On the flip side, Cornette also earned 75 points for his team by being soundly boo'd for snatching the mic away from Howard Finkel and personally introducing this latest version of the Midnight Express. The match itself was a fairly even tag contest that took a drastic turn in the Brood's favor when Edge and Gangrel combined for a dirty double team maneuver on Bodacious Bart while Christian distracted Referee Jack Doan. Gangrel finished off Gunn moments later with his Impaler DDT.

2. Cactus Jack pinned Chainsaw Charlie (aka Terry Funk) in a Falls Count Anywhere Match at 14:16. Apparently Jerry Lawler is not a fan of either competitor. The King quipped to Jim Ross that he hoped that "these two idiots would injure each other so severely in this match that they would put one another out of wrestling for good !" Lawler did not get his wish, though. Far be it ! In fact, both men seemed to relish in the punishment that they were both receiving and dishing out. The path of destruction weaved its way around and around backstage in the Freeman Coliseum and culminated with Cactus shattering a fluorescent light bulb tube over Charlie's head to gain the three count.

Michael Cole conducted a backstage interview with the Jackyl (aka Don Callis) and his Truth Commission stable of Recon, Sniper & Kurrgan the Interrogator. Actually, Cole held a microphone and the Jackyl did ALL of the talking. (Jim Ross doesn't refer to him as "the David Koresh of the WWF" for nothing.) The Jackyl laid out his demented intentions of world domination and served notice to Vince McMahon that his takeover would officially begin here by dethroning McMahon as the head of the World Wrestling Federation. McMahon was then shown watching the promo from a monitor in his office along with his associates Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco and Head of Security the Big Bossman. McMahon muttered "I've got a message for you, Mr. Jackyl" and whispered something into the Bossman's ear.

3. Kurrgan the Interrogator (w/ Recon, Sniper & the Jackyl) over Test at 4:42. Test was clearly preoccupied by the presence of the Truth Commission in Kurrgan's corner and lost 100 points as a result of the distraction. To make matters worse, the Big Bossman came down to ringside and accidentally laid out Test with a running clothesline during a melee OOR when his intended target, the Jackyl, ducked at the last possible instant. Kurrgan finished off his dazed opponent with the Paralyzer Claw Hold soon after. He refused to release the hold after the bell rang and dragged Test backstage with the Paralyzer still firmly applied.

"Marvelous" Marc Mero did his best Muhammad Ali impersonation during a backstage interview with Michael Cole regarding his upcoming bout with Al Snow. Mero claimed to "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee" as he shadow boxed around the hapless Cole. The promo was then interrupted by Snow, who, after conferring with "Head" (the lady mannequin head that he carries around with him), insisted that Mero had it backwards. "He may float like a bee, Michael Cole, but make no mistake about it - Marc Mero stings like a butterfly!" Marvelous Marc was incensed by the snub and stormed off. He would have been even more irate had he realized that Snow's interruption cost him 50 points.

4. "Marvelous" Marc Mero (w/ Jacqueline) beat Al Snow (w/ "Head") at 6:42. "What does everybody want ??" brought Snow out much to the fans' delight. He was immediately pushed off the ramp from behind by Mero during his ring entrance which sent him crashing hard to the floor below. Snow lost 200 points for the bad fall. Once the match got under way, Al caught a break when Jacqueline errantly bashed Mero in the head with one of her high heel shoes. The valet redeemed herself later in the match, however, by slipping Marvelous Marc some brass knucks after Referee Jack Doan had been toppled to the canvas. Mero KO'd Al with a loaded punch to put him down for the three count.

Mr. McMahon ambled down to the ring to his "No Chance !" theme music with Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco in tow. Patterson and Brisco held the ropes open as the kingpin of the WWF stepped into the ring with a mic. "First of all, San Antonio, thank you for giving us Shawn Michaels - the most pompous, spoiled brat that this company has ever known." (Loud Boos!). "Secondly, your merry little band of degenerates may 'run the show', Shawn, but remember who signs your paycheck the next time you call me out." (More boos!" " And last but not least, Mr. Michaels said earlier this evening that you people want to see a WWF Championship next week on RAW ?" (Loud cheers!). Mr. McMahon seemed genuinely surprised. "Well then, I guess it's true. And we all know that Shawn Michaels always gets whatever Shawn Michaels wants, right ?" (More cheers). "Alright then, there will be a title match on RAW next week..." (More cheers) "except......... Austin will not defend the championship against Shawn Michaels, San Antonio, no .... Austin will face the winner of the next match pitting Jeff Jarrett against Val Venis." Mr. McMahon then left the ring to "No Chance" with Pat Patterson, Gerald Brisco and a smug smile on his face.

5. Val Venis (w/ a towel wrapped around his waist and Ken Shamrock's sister Ryan Shamrock wrapped around his arm) defeated Jeff Jarrett (w/ Tennessee Lee (aka Robert Fuller) at 4:03. Val had the women in attendance swooning when he greeted them with his lecherous "Hello, Ladies" drawl, but the former adult film actor soon found himself in a heap of trouble after Tennessee Lee reached into the ring and tripped him. Jarrett held the advantage until Lee tried to interfere once more. Tennessee may have gone to the well once too often when he tried to trip up Val again but ended up sending Jarrett to the mat instead. Venis quickly followed with The Money Shot (Diving Splash) to win both the match and the title shot against Austin next week.

6. D-Generation X's New Age Outlaws (Road Dogg Jesse James & "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn w/ Chyna) beat the Nation of Domination (Faarooq & Kama Mustafa) in tag team action at 7:32. Road Dogg was barely into his "Oh, you didn't know ??" entrance bellow when the Outlaws were jumped from behind by Nation of Domination members D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry. Gunn and Road Dogg lost 200 points from the attack, but battled back and persevered in the end. Road Dogg scored the pinfall on Mustafa after a Spiked Piledriver with Billy Gunn behind Referee Jim Korderas' back during a distraction by Chyna.

7. "The Big Red Machine" Kane (w/ Paul Bearer) over "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock in the Main Event at 13:00. Kane's points total was bolstered by a great backstage promo from Paul Bearer as well as a roll on his Cheating Modifier, but things looked grim when he became entrapped in Shamrock's trademark Ankle Lock submission hold. The Big Red Machine seemed on the verge of tapping out when Val Venis and Ryan Shamrock suddenly appeared smooching on the Titantron screen as they celebrated Val's victory over Jeff Jarrett. Known for his fierce temper, Ken released the hold and went off on a fit of rage over seeing his sister in the arms of the former porn star. Shamrock's tantrum abruptly ended when Kane grabbed him by the throat and planted into the mat with a thunderous Chokeslam for the three count.
 
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Post subject: RE: WWF RAW Results  PostPosted: Oct 12, 2017 - 04:04 PM



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WWF Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - Battelle Hall, Columbus, OH.



Commentators: Frank Coutinho & Al Snow w/ "Head"
Ring Announcer: "Columbus Clipper" Frankie Williams
Referees: Mike Sparks, Earl Hebner & Chad Patton

The show opened with Dude Love cutting a goofy promo and delivering some tie dye T-Shirts to Frank and Al at the announcers' table. The Dude even brought an extra one for "Head". We see a close up of "Head" with "Help Me" written backwards on "her" forehead. We also see that Al had put his announcer's headset on "Head". Dude then called a couple of ladies out of the crowd and gave them tie dye T-Shirts as well. He called them his "Dudettes". The gals dance with the Dude to some funky 70's music.

1. The Hardy Boyz (Matt & Jeff Hardy w/ Michael Hayes) fought Kaientai (Dick Togo & Men's Teioh w/ Yamaguchi-San) to a Double Count Out at 6:05. This high-flying aerial extravaganza ended up on the floor after Yamaguchi-San tried to throw ceremonial salt into Jeff Hardy's eyes. Michael Hayes immediately chased Kaientai's diminutive but fleet-footed manager to the back with Togo and Teioh leaving the ring in hot pursuit to come to his defense. The Hardyz quickly followed. A free-for-all ensued in the aisle with Referee Mike Sparks counting both teams out.

2. Scorpio (aka Flash Funk) pinned Savio Vega of Los Boricuas (w/ Miguel Perez Jr.) at 4:07. This was a case of good intentions gone awry. Miguel Perez climbed up onto the apron to interfere, but Vega was sent crashing into him courtesy of a Scorpio Flying Drop Kick. With both members of Los Boricuas down and out, Scorpio scaled the top rope and delivered a Moonsault onto the dazed Savio for the pinfall.

Droz (aka former Denver Broncos' defensive lineman Darren Drozdov) cut an outstanding promo with Frank Coutinho backstage and announced that he had his eyes firmly set upon winning the European Championship from The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust. Droz said that he hoped a victory over Steven Regal this evening would earn him a title match.

3. "A Real Man's Man" Steven Regal (w/ Flannel Shirt & Hard Hat) pinned Droz at 3:49. Regal held up the match to show footage of a lumberjack cutting down a tree in the forest with an axe. Although the lumberjack sported a long red beard and was rather rotund, Regal (in a particularly snobby British accent) insisted the woodsman in the video was him. As it turned out, Regal had as much trouble with his wrestling as he did in trying to convince everyone that he was a "Real Man's Man". Droz appeared to have the match won with a small package, but Referee Chad Patton had taken a bad bump to the canvas and was unable to make the three count. The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust snuck into the ring and reversed the cradle while Patton was trying to shake out the cobwebs. The official finally recovered to find Regal on top and counted the 1-2-3.

4. The New Blackjacks (Blackjack Bradshaw & Blackjack Windham) defeated Southern Justice (Mark Canterbury & Dennis Knight (aka hog farmers Henry & Phineas Godwinn) w/ Tennessee Lee) at 9:05. Commentator Frank Coutinho accurately described this tag contest as a "knock-down, drag 'em-out slobberknocker". Scientific holds were indeed hard to come by in this slugfest. Bradshaw pinned Dennis Knight with a Neckbreaker after Knight had telegraphed a Back Body Drop attempt.

5. The Nation of Domination's D'Lo Brown (w/ Mark Henry) pinned WWF European Champion The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust (w/ Luna Vachon) in a non-title match at 4:56. The champion earned 100 points for his flamboyant "Shattered Dreams" Hollywood production entrance and was in command of the action until Droz returned to ringside. Goldust's attention was immediately drawn to a confrontation between Luna and Droz OOR. Brown capitalized on the distraction by sneaking up from behind and planting the champion with a Bridging German Suplex for the victory.

6. D-Generation X's Hunter Hearst Helmsley (w/ Chyna) defeated Dude Love at 12:42. Helmsley came out on crutches and announced that as much as he would enjoy kicking Dude Love's butt all over Ohio, he couldn't because he hadn't received clearance from his doctor to wrestle this evening. The fans boo'd but Dude Love just shrugged and once again began dancing with his "Dudettes" to his funky theme music. The shady Helmsley, who has more tricks up his sleeve than a magician, dropped the ruse and smacked Dude Love over the back with one of his crutches. The match was on. As with his other personas, the Dude proved that he could take a lickin' and keep on tickin' and slowly gained the upper hand. Sensing a shift in the momentum, Chyna intervened and cracked Dude in the ribs with the other crutch. Although Referee Chad Patton missed the infraction, he sensed foul play and ordered her to return to the back. Nevertheless, the damage had been done and Chyna's interference cost the Dude 100 points. Helmsley suspiciously appeared to be unfazed by her departure for the balance of the bout. Perhaps he should have been because Dude mounted another big comeback. Victory seemed imminent once the Dude applied the Love Handle (Mandible Claw), however one of his Dudettes climbed up onto the apron and blinded him with perfume to the eyes. Dude then stumbled right into Helmsley's Pedigree for the three count. After the bell, the turncoat Dudette took off her tie dye shirt to reveal that she was wearing a D-Generation X shirt beneath it. Helmsley referred to her as "Tori" as the two left the ring together.
 
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Post subject: WWF Attitude  PostPosted: Oct 14, 2017 - 08:23 AM



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The WWF Attitude era was the beginning of what would become the future of wrestling. Wrestling hasn't changed. Only the faces. What was entertaining 60 years ago is still entertaining today. I must say though, The Attitude era was as good as it gets.

Thanks for featuring one of the great jobbers; Frankie Williams. The Columbus Clipper is in the WWE Encyclopedia. It mentions that one of Frankie's 1st matches was against Ric Flair in Madison Square Garden. Frankie may not have set the world of wrestling on fire but he did perform at Great Palaces and also was willing to suffer the indignity of Piper's Pit. Our Saturday Mornings would not have been the same without him.
 
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Post subject: WWF Monday Night RAW Results  PostPosted: Oct 17, 2017 - 07:51 AM



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WWF Monday Night RAW Results (Attitude Era Circa 1998) - Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, AZ.



Commentators: Jim Ross & Jerry "The King" Lawler
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Teddy Long, Earl Hebner & Tim White

1. Super Astros - El Pantera over Mr. Aguila at 4:03. Mr. Aguila was introduced first and took the mic from Howard Finkel to address the Tucson crowd in Spanish. Jesus Castillo, who is a member of Los Boricuas, emerged from the back and entered the ring to join him. The two men shook hands and hugged. The promo was then interrupted by Aguila's opponent, the masked El Pantera, who also had a mic and spoke in Spanish. Castillo became quite agitated by Pantera's comments and gestured to the crowd that he was going to unmask the Mexican star. The bell rang to officially start the bout with Castillo remaining at ringside to be in Aguilla's corner. It didn't take long for him to interfere, but when he did, things didn't go as planned. Aguila was leveled by a Castillo haymaker when Pantera ducked at the last instant. Looking to atone for his miscue, Castillo removed the padding from a corner turnbuckle behind Referee Teddy Long's back. Unfortunately for Aguila, El Pantera spotted it first and rammed his opponent's forehead into the exposed steel. The dazed Aguila stumbled out of the corner and was pinned with a La Magistral Cradle. After the match, Castillo and Aguila had words with one another but seemed to patch things up before returning to the back together.

2. Dan "The Beast" Severn defeated Tiger Ali Singh (w/ Manservant Babu) by Disqualification at 6:27. Singh, a rich playboy from India, has revised "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase's shtick of humiliating people for money. Singh drew big time heat for giving a woman from the audience $100 for kissing Babu's bare feet. The stunt may have earned him 125 bonus points, but it was not enough to bring him a victory tonight against Severn. Babu did his part to assist his master by interferring constantly on his behalf. So much so, that The Beast, fed up with the manservant's shenanigans, apprehended him on the apron and locked him in a Dragon Sleeper Hold. Singh grabbed a chair and smashed it over Severn's back to break the hold and draw the DQ from Referee Earl Hebner in the process.

3. Table Match - WWF Hardcore Champion The Big Bossman vs Prince Albert. There are no pinfalls, DQs, submissions or count outs. The match is won by putting your opponent through a table. The Bossman's Hardcore title was not on the line in this bout. Despite being a relative newcomer to the WWF , Albert was well received by the crowd in Tuscon and earned 75 points for his entrance. The Bossman, who has traded in his prison guard uniform for black S.W.A.T. team attire, drew an even bigger reaction for his ring introduction and added 125 points to his total. Albert was able to match up well against the Bossman in size, but not in ring experience. Thinking that he had incapacitated his opponent sufficiently enough to warrant a high risk maneuver, Albert laid out the Bossman atop a table in the ring and began to climb up top. The former prison guard was playing possum and tossed him off the top rope and through the table to win the match at 14:22.

4. L.O.D. 2000 (Hawk & Animal w/ Sunny) defeated the Disciples of the Apocalypse (8-Ball & Skull w/ "Precious" Paul Ellering) in tag team competition at 9:34. Who would have ever thought we'd see the day when the Legion of Doom and Paul Ellering would be in opposite corners ?? Such is the world of professional wrestling. Ellering did a good job of representing his new team by cutting an outstanding promo before the bell and claimed that the D.O.A., a biker gang of thugs, was "much tougher than the over-the-hill Hawk & Animal ever were". As one would imagine, brawling and power moves dominated the action. The bikers hung in there until 8-Ball was dazed by an errant steel Halliburton briefcase smash from Ellering. The L.O.D. immediately capitalized with Hawk scoring the pinfall after the Doomsday Device.

5. Ladies Match - Sable over Jacqueline (w/ "Marvelous" Marc Mero) by DQ at 6:35. Both ladies cut good promos prior to the opening bell to boost their respective points totals, but the contest would ultimately be decided by Mero's actions. There is no love loss between Marvelous Marc and Sable ever since the couple parted ways . Mero's interference backfired when a handful of powder meant for his ex-valet accidentally blinded Jacqueline instead. A pinfall seemed imminent after she sustained a Sable Bomb (Powerbomb) moments later, however Mero pulled Referee Earl Hebner out of the ring by his ankles to break up the three count and draw the disqualification.

6. The Rock (w/ fellow Nation of Domination members Faarooq, Kama Mustafa & D'Lo Brown) beat Vader at 8:23. Although he is a heel, the fans love the Rock's charismatic promos. Michael Cole attempted to interview him backstage before the match regarding his chances against the larger Vader. Cole's query drew the People's Eyebrow and the Rock's contempt. "The Rock says know your damn role, Michael Cole, and shut your mouth !" The Rock dismissed his opponent as a "jabroni" and said that he would "lay the smackdown on Vader's candy-ass !" which gave him 75 extra points to work with. The Rock did indeed win, but not without help from the Nation of Domination. D'Lo Brown hit the Lo Down (Frog Splash) off the top rope on Vader while wearing his controversial chest protector while Mustafa & Faarooq distracted Referee Tim White. The Rock, who was dazed from a collision with Vader that sent both men sprawling to the canvas moments previous, then crawled over to make the pin.

7. Title Match - WWF Champion "Stone Cold" Steve Austin vs Val Venis (w/ Ryan Shamrock). Venis earned this opportunity by defeating Jeff Jarrett during last week's episode of RAW as per Mr. McMahon. The adult film actor once again wowed the women in attendance with his trademark "Helloooooooooooooo Ladies ......" drawl while twirling the towel off his waist and gyrating his hips for them. Smashing glass then brought out the champion to loud cheers. As always, the no-nonsense Austin was all business and quickly grabbed the advantage. The champ hit a Lou Thesz Press off the ropes which was followed by a flurry of punches on the mat and and a pointed elbow drop. A commotion from the fans caused the camera to cut away to D-Generation X members "HBK" Shawn Michaels, Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Chyna coming down the aisle to ringside. Their presence enabled Venis to mount a comeback until he, too, became preoccupied with yet another distraction. "The Most Dangerous Man in the World" Ken Shamrock also came to ringside and immediately got into a confrontation with his little sister Ryan. Unhappy with her choice in men, Ken hoisted her up over his shoulder and began carrying her to the back with Ryan kicking and screaming the whole way. Venis quickly gave chase. In the meantime, D-Generation X stormed the ring after Austin had flipped off all three members. He held his own briefly, but Michaels & Helmsley eventually overpowered him after a low blow from behind on the Texas Rattlesnake by Chyna. Dude Love then raced in with a chair and cleared the ring of DX to make the save. The match was officially declared a "No Contest" by Referee Teddy Long at 14:38 due to all of the outside interference. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin retains the WWF Championship.
 
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