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Post subject: WWE 10-24  PostPosted: Oct 24, 2017 - 02:24 PM



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Bridge View Tavern & Cellar 49 presents;
WWE Wrestling (2016-17)
H.W. Wiggins Center – Perkinsville, NY Att: 2,328



Commentators; Tommy Dreamer & Tazz
Referees; Steve Lombardi & Sal Bellomo
Ring; C.W. Briggs

1. Tozawa; Deadlift German Suplex Pin over Airya Daivari. Daivari got the upper hand by attacking Tozawa backstage. As a result Tozawa limped to the ring but was more than willing to compete in the match. Tazz; “It was Daivari’s best chance of winning.” The Iranian made the best of the early attack and controlled the match. After Airya climbed the ropes for a Frog Splash the tide changed. Daivari’s foot slipped and he took a Headcracking dive. Tozawa took advantage with a Sunset Flip then a Half Nelson Driver. The Deadlift German Suplex was more than enough to get the pin. 7:09

2. Nick Aldis; Diving Elbow Drop Pin over Ricky Rukus. Rukus was loudly booed upon his entrance that gained him extra points. The fans know Rukus, a local heel, who will use any method to win a match and is quite often DQ’d with his Foreign Objects. Aldis who also wrestled as Magnus is a clever veteran who controlled the flow of the match adding extra points to his total. Rukus used a Thumbscrew to the Throat to try and get the submission but the illegal moved had to be broken. Rukus still wouldn’t let up until the Referee Sal Bellomo reached a count of 9. Rukus was arguing with Bellomo, who was more than willing to get in the action against Ricky, when Nick ran over and performed a Slingshot Suplex. He followed with an Diving Elbow Drop for the Pin. 5:56

3. Women’s Match – Nikki Cross with Eric Young; Tornado DDT Pin over Mandy Rose. Cross who is the fire plug behind NXT’s Sanity along was accompanied by Sanity leader Eric Young. The Sanity Stable that includes Nikki, Young, Killian Dain, Alexander Wolfe and Sawyer Fulton is far from sane. Mandy Rose was able to mount an offense and came close to a pin after performing a Bed of Roses Facebuster. Eric Young was able to reach the action from OOR and threw some powder into Mandy’s eyes. Nicky immediately responded with a swinging Neckbreaker and then the Tornado DDT for the Pin. 6:25

4. Sanity Club (Sawyer Fulton and Alexander Wolfe) with Eric Young beat The Bollywood Boys (Gurv and Harv Sihra). Nikki Cross joined Eric at ringside and was instrumental in distracting Referee Sal Bellomo so that Sanity could cheat and cheat some more. The Bollywood Boys who have been known to break to rules were simply being “out-heeled.” Eric Young took liberties OOR taunting and swiping at the OOR Gurv or Harv. Eventually all four wrestlers were in the ring. Gurv was taken out with a Neckbreaker and then Harv become a victim to a Combo Death Valley Bomb. 9:08

5. Davey Boy Smith Jr.; Sharpshooter Submission over Beer City Bruiser. Davey added extra points on his total after the fans gave him a big ovation. The Bruiser had an early advantage after raking Davey’s eyes and using a Double Rope Burn. A Corner Post Head ram and then a Choke Slamhad Smith in trouble but Davey used his power to reverse the flow of the match. Smith performed a Bulldog Bomb and then caught Bruiser in the Sharpshooter for the Submission. 8:19

6. American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable won by DQ over Breezango (Tyler Breeze and Fandango). American Alpha had the best of the match as Breezango tried to mount some offense with good tagging but was continually interrupted by a well conditioned team. Jordan and Gable showed why they are considered one of the premier teams. Eventually they caught Fandango with a Grand Amplitude; A Gable Suplex and a Jordan Turnbuckle Thrust. Tyler Breeze rushed into the ring to save Fandango. He pushed Referee Sal Bellomo aside. Bellomo immediately called for the DQ. 13:18

7. Bray Wyatt with Luke Harper won by Count-Out over Mojo Rawley with Zack Ryder. The fans were waiting for Bray’s unusual lantern entrance and they got their wish. Like him or not Bray’s entrance is eerie and exciting. This became a match that was settled OOR and not to anyone’s surprise. Zack and Luke were eyeing each other as though they wanted to join in the ring. Zack wandered over to Luke not knowing that Luke had the Gong-Bell. As Zack reached Luke Harper smashed the Bell over Zack’s head. The action in the ring was fairly even but this changed the direction of the match. Mojo bailed from the ring to help Zack. Bray followed and helped Luke doubleteam Mojo who was thrown into the steel steps and then smashed with a Chair. Bray Wyatt slipped back in the ring wile Mojo was counted-Out. 10:23
 
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I have been consistently watching the WWE for 2 years AND have gone to 2 live shows, and I don't know who any of these guys are except for the last 2 matches, and the Bollywood Boys if they are now known as the Singh Brothers (and work with Jinder Mahal). Good stuff, regardless
 
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Post subject: WWE  PostPosted: Oct 27, 2017 - 10:37 AM



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Derek, Tozawa and Daivari are in the Cruiserweight division of WWE. Ricky Rukus has performed in ROH and had a tryout with NXT. Magnus has been around including NXT. He married Mickie James. Sanity is in NXT. Beer City Bruiser and Davy Boy Smith Jr. are back and forth with ROH and Japan. Both have competed in small WWE shows. NXT has branched out and is now has shows outside of Florida. I like to add a few Indies to my shows so a few wrestlers here and there come from other Federations. Glad to hear you enjoy the write-ups.

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Post subject: CWA 10-29  PostPosted: Oct 29, 2017 - 09:39 AM



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Redbud Deli & Good Ole’ Days presents;
CWA Wrestling (1965-80) WCYB-TV Chan 12
WCYB Studio – Morristown, TN Att: 952




Commentators; Bob Caudle & Buddy Fuller
Referees; Johnny Higgins & J.C. Dykes
Ring; “The Voice” Artie Decker Interviews; Tina Vitale

1. Billy Two Rivers and Chris Averoff; Double Count-Out. Averoff got the early advantage by attacking Billy before the match began. He could have been DQ’d but Referee Johnny Higgins allowed the match to begin. Chris had extra points added to his total and he set the tone for the match. Averoff who is from Greece claims that he is a cousin to Spiros Arion although Chris hasn’t had the same kind of career in the ring. The action went OOR and was destined to stay OOR. Averoff had a chair and was tying to fend off Billy’s anger as they took the action backstage. They were both Counted-Out. 5:11

2. Cowboy Parker and Tom Bradley; Double DQ. Cowboy Parker used his rough style to control the match against the house show’s Bradley who is learning the trade. Parker had a Foreign Object in his hand when he performed a Running Slam and then a Falling Knee to the Chest and a punch to the Chops. Referee J.C. Dykes was out of position to see the Foreign Object so Parker placed in in Bradley’s hand. Referee Dykes was confused by the situation so he called for a Double DQ. Cowboy Parker started yelling at Dykes and protesting the outcome. Dykes turned his back and walked away. 4:08

3. Women’s Match – Ann Jeanette; Roll-Up Pin over Sylvia Hackney. Sylvia had the best of the match and seemed to have the pin after she performed a Running Body Slam and a Suplex but Referee Johnny Higgins ruled that Ann had kicked out at the last second. Sylvia was protesting to Higgins screaming in his face when Ann ran over and Rolled her up for the Pin. Sylvia was livid and punched Ann in the head then started kicking her while she was down. Billy Two Rivers ran out and stopped Sylvia. 6:14

4. Chris Belkas/Guy Taylor beat the Exterminators. This was a fairly even match with The Exterminators having a slight edge. Many have tried to unmask The Exterminators but none have succeeded. Several fans have guessed at their identity ranging from Jack Nicholson, John Travolta, Butch Malone, Barney Miller and Tarzan Baxter. A mistake led to the ending of this match. Belkas used an Irish Whip on Exterminator #2. Exterminator #1 acting quickly made the mistake of tripping his partner into a Pin by Belkas. 8:59

5. Eddie Marlin; Sunset Flip Pin over Dr. X. Dr. X was prepared for this match with a Loaded Forehead under his mask. He hurt the popular Eddie with several Head Butts then a Gourd Buster. Dr. X hooked in a Full Nelson. Somehow Eddie was able to slip out. He performed a Torpedo Dive then a Flying Leg Drop. The Sunset Flip got the pin to the delight of the fans. 9:32

6. The Blue Ridge Boys (George Gulas and Joey Rossi) won by DQ over The Dirty Dalton’s (Jim ans Jack). The Blue Ridge Boys had a brilliant promotional interview with Tina Viltale then controlled the floe of the match using timely tagging, along with High Flying Dropkicks and Double Body Presses. The frustrated Dalton’s entered the ring with a Branding Iron and a Sharp Spur. Referee J.C. Dykes called for the DQ. The Dalton’s were angry at Referee Dykes calling him several names and challenging J.C.’s team of The Infernos to a down and dirty weapons match. 13:28

7. Ken Lucas; Abdominal Stretch Submission over The Mongol. Several women in the crowd asked for autographs from Ken and on gave him a kiss. He was rewarded with extra points added to his total. The Mongol used his power to try and gain an edge during the match and was able to manage a Sledgehammer to the chest called a Mangonel that took the breath from Ken temporarily. Lucas countered with a Flying Dropkick, then a Jump Kick to the back of the Head. This was enough to allow Ken to hook in the Abdominal Stretch. 10:26
 
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Post subject: Memphis/ICW 11-13  PostPosted: Nov 13, 2017 - 10:09 AM



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Varner Restaurant & Tavern presents
Memphis/ICW Wrestling on WFBV-TV Chan 23
Varner Grove – Frenchman Bend, MS Att: 1,306




Commentators; Paul Boesch, & Sputnik Monroe
Referees; Frank “Slip Mahoney” Durso & Col. Ted Hopkins
Ring; Lily Olay Interviews; Tony Clifton

1. Butch Miller; Battering Ram Pin over Rocky Sortor. The popular Rocky from Saville Spain who is ˝ of the Heartbreakers with Joey Cagle had his hand full with the Sheepherder Butch Miller. In fact Rocky had to keep his eyes active looking for Butch’s notorious buddies. Rocky was able to use his Dropkick that made Butch back off but any tide that was building was taken away when Butch took the match OOR. A vicious Rake to the Steel Steps blinded Rocky. Rocky turned into a Boot to the face by Luke Williams who was disguised as a vendor. Butch pushed Rocky back into the ring and used a Battering Ram to the Turnbuckle Post and got the pin. Referee Frank Durso could have called the match several times but he allowed the tainted action by Butch and Luke to continue. 4:52

2. Dirty Don Fargo; Foreign Object Smash Pin over Ron Sexton. Dirty Don lived up to his name by tipping over the Press Table on his way to the ring. Don was constantly arguing with Referee Col. Ted Hopkins and it nearly cost him the match as Sexton ran over and hit him with an Elbow Smash then came very close to a Pin. Dirty Don responded with a Rib Crusher then a Spine Cracker. The Foreign Object was needless icing on the cake. Don was lucky that Col. Ted was out of place and didn’r see the object Don put in his fist. 6:27

3. Bobby Fulton; Roll-Up Pin over The Enforcer. The dangerous Enforcer got the upper hand before the match started by smashing Fulton over the head with a Chair while still OOR. What should have been an immediate DQ was ignored by Frank Durso. In fact it was obvious to the fans that Durso purposely turned his back to the illegal action OOR. The Enforcer, who resembles Guillotine Gordon under a mask, was able to lock in a Clawhold early in the match but Bobby made him break it by grabbing the ropes. Fulton hit The Enforcer with a Flying Forearm then a Senton Bomb. As The Enforcer got to his feet Fulton ran over and performed a Roll-Up for the Pin. 7:08

4. Woman’s Number 1 Title Match - Donna Christianello; Figure Four Leglock Submission over Winona Little Heart. Winona had a great promotional interview with Tony Clifton and was awarded extra points. The early match favored Winona as she used a Flying Tomahawk and then War Dance Chops. Winona thought she had the pin a few times and let up on the action. Donna took advantage with a Vicious Eye Rake and then hooked in the Figure Four while Winona was blinded. Donna is now the Number 1 contender to Joyce Grable’s Woman’s title. 8:24

5. Lord Jonathan Boyd and Pretty Boy Carl Fergie; Double Count-Out. Boyd refused to have his schedule interview so Butch Miller part of the Kiwi Clan took his play. Lord Jonathan still lost points for this stunt. He took the microphone and started degrading the Federation that doesn’t respect his lofty position as manager to the Sheepherders. The match went OOR within a short time and it wasn’t going to return. As Fergie was brawling with Boyd on the ramp Butch Millerand Luke Williams joined and beat down Pretty Boy. Bobby Fulton and Rocky Sortor ran out to help Fergie. Referee Frank Durso’s count reached 10 and both wrestlers were counted out. 5:16

6. The Blond Bombers (Wayne Ferris and Larry Latham) with Danny Davis and The Grapplers; Double DQ. It seems as though every match of the Blond Bombers has tainted endings. This was no different. The match was fairly even as the Grapplers, who have been on the rise since their coming to Memphis Wrestling, held their own against the Bombers who will break every rule. Larry Latham was the first to bring a Chair into the ring. As a counter Grappler #2 was ready with a Trash Can. Wayne had a Tire Iron while Grapple #1 hade a wrench. It didn’t take long for Referee Col. Ted Hopkins to call for a Double DQ. Manager Danny Davis ordered his Bombers back to the dressing room rather than risk a suspension. 11:16

7. Ox Baker and Thunderbolt Patterson; Double Count-Out. Both of these legends put on a good show for the fans. In fact Thunderbolt dazed Ox with a KO Punch and Ox missed with a Heart Punch but caught Thunderbolt with a Backward Head Slam. The action eventually went OOR where Ox and Thunderbolt exchanged punches. They battled to the Food Court where most of the snacks had been sold so damage was limited. They were both Counted Out. 9:19
 
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Post subject: WWF Thanksgiving Show  PostPosted: Nov 20, 2017 - 01:52 PM



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Nathan’s Famous & The Shake Shack presents;
WWF Thanksgiving Feast (1985)
Madison Square Garden – NY Att: 18,498


Commentators; Gorilla Monsoon, John Nocero & Lord Alfred Hayes
Referees; Dr. Bill Miller & Smasher Sloan
Ring; George Vessichio & Cindi Lauper
Timekeeper at the Bell; George “Animal Steele



1. S.D. Jones and Iron Mike Sharp; Double Count-Out. The match ended in an OOR Brawl that went up the ramp and into the Boiler Room. Both wrestlers heard big ovations and received extra points. Normally Iron Mike would have points deducted but his popularity as a mid-carder seems to have eliminated the boos and replaced them with ovations of appreciation. 6:58

2. Intercontinental Title – Greg Valentine (Challenger); Figure Four Leglock Submission over Tito Santana. The Intercontinental belt has passed back and forth between these two combatants ove the past year and a half. Greg was looking for revenge and tried to help himself during a match a week ago between Tito and Pete Doherty. Greg, under a mask, came to ringside and slammed a Tire Iron to Tito’s leg. Santana chose to go on with this match but was limping and less than 100%. He was able to put on a good show and came close to pinning Valentine on a few occasion but got worn down in the process. Greg took advantage and eventually was able to lock in the Figure Four for the Submission. Greg Valentine wins the Intercontinental Title 8:23


3. Rockin Robin beat Bertha Faye with Harvey Wippleman in a reverse decision. Big Bertha; Splash over Rockin Robin. Robin had Bertha in serious trouble after hooking in a Sleeperhold. Harvey Wippleman was able to get close enough to spray some perfume into Robin's eyes. Bertha took advantage using a Smashing Forearm to daze Robin and then performed the Splash finisher for the Pin. George “Animal” Steele immediately went into the ring and conferred with Referee Dr. Bill Miller who reversed the decision. 8:15


4. The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim “Anvil” Niedhart) with Jimmy Hart and the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair and Jumping Jim Brunzell); Double Count-Out. This was a fairly even match with The Bees confusing everyone with their masks on and off. Eventually the action went OOR where it turned into a complete brawl. Jimmy Hart was trying to point fingers at the Bees as a team of cheaters because of the masks. Both teams were counted out as the action went back stage. Niedhart was the legal man on the Foundation but it was questionable who was legal on the Bees. 14:38


5. Dino Bravo; Side Suplex Pin over Junkyard Dog. This was a fairly even match during most of the action. Junkyard Dog slowly took charge and had Dino lifted for a Thump (Running Slam) when The mercenary Luc Porrier entered the ring and smashed JYD in the back of the head while Frenchy distracted Referee Dr. Bill Miller. Bravo immediately reacted by lifting JYD for an Airplane Spin and turned it into a Side Suplex. 11:47


6. Don Muraco and Pedro Morales continued their long rivalry with a bruising Double Count-Out Match. Both wrestlers displayed their talents with a combination of rough and scientific moves. Muraco looked to have the match all but won after a Piledriver. He calls it a Dedicated Piledriver and was pointing at Gorilla Monsoon as Muraco performed. Muraco was shocked when Morales kicked out of a pin but Don was a little slow in his cover probably taking for granted that it was a sure pin. Morales was able hook in the Figure Four for a Submission but Muraco reached the Ropes in time. Eventually the action went OOR where both traded Slams to the Steps and smashed to the Press Table. Time ran out with both still OOR. 12:57



7. The U.S. Express (Tag Champions) beat Piper/Orndorff (Roddy and Mr. Wonderful) (Challengers) with Ace Orton. The Express used their usual quick tagging techniques to gain the advantage. Roddy Piper was getting frustrated and constantly yelling at Referee Smasher Sloan that the Express was cheating. At one point all 4 combatants were in the ring and Sloan allowed the action to continue. Ace Orton trying to help his team ran in the ring a swung his Fake Wrist Cast ??? at Mike Rotundo. Unfortunately for Orton he hit Orndorff by mistake. While Ormdorff lay on the canvas KO’d, Piper was screaming at Smasher Sloan. Barry Windham ran over and hooked in a Headlock then used a Bulldog to get the pin on Piper. The U.S. Express retain their Tag Titles. 17:27



8. Wave the Flag Match – Super Powers (Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff) with Freddie Blassie beat Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage. It wasn’t enough to have Freddie Blassie at ringside yelling “Pencil Neck Geeks” but to add to the irritation Roddy Piper and Ace Orton came down and started yelling at Smasher Sloan about the previous match. During the distraction Blassie was able to reach Savage with his cane and trip him into a pin by the Iron Sheik. With confusion afoot Hulk Hogan ran into the ring to help Savage who had seriously hit his head on the mat when falling. Iron Sheik, Volkoff and Piper attacked Hogan kicking him in the head and ribs. Ace Orton brought in the Russian Flag and all four heels draped it over Hogan and Savage. The heels all ran off when The U.S. Express and The Killer Bees ran out to try and help Hogan and Savage. 18:39
 
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Post subject: CWA  PostPosted: Apr 30, 2018 - 11:21 AM



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Coal Creek Smokehouse & Sam Drucker’s presents;
CWA Wrestling – 1960’s & 70’s
Civic Center – Knoxville, TN Att: 5,830
WBIR-TV Channel 10


Commentators; Gordie Solie & Charlie Pratt
Referees; Dave Cox & Mel Johnson
Ring; Christy Cummings Interviews; Lisa Douglas

1. Intern #1 with Dr. Ken Ramsey; The Claw Submission over Gene Bennett. Dr. Ramsey tripped Bennett several times eventually leading to the Intern’s Slingshot off the Turnbuckle and a Falling Hammer. The Intern applied The Claw. 3:54

2. The Ozark Mountaineer won by DQ over Kenny Mack. Mack was being set up for a Big Splash and was able to bail from the ring. The Big Mountaineer followed. During the OOR confrontation Mack used a Chain to hit The Mountaineer and then followed with a Chairshot. Referee Mel Johnson counted both wrestlers out but reversed the decision when Referee Dave Cox told Mel about the Chain and Chair. Mack is protesting the reversal. 4:41

3. Lady Satan; Elbow Drop Pin over Betty Boucher. Betty seemed to have the better of the match and Referee Dave Cox clearly missed a pin after Boucher Sunset Flip and a Roll-Up. Lady Satan responded with a Back Body Drop and the finishing Elbow Drop. Referee Cox missed again as Lady satan was using the Ropes for Leverage. (Lady Satan is actually Cora Combs under a mask). 6:53

4. The Golden Grahams (Eddie & Bob) beat the Corsican Brothers (Joe & Jean). The Corsicans were awarded extra points after an excellent interview before the match with Lisa Douglas. Lisa is a reporter for The Green Acres Turkey Herald. The Corsicans worked well together and a combination Catapult Splash and Flying Elbow almost had a pin on Eddie Graham. The Grahams responded with a Throat Slam Suplex by Bob then a Flying Fist off the Turnbuckle by Eddie that seriously dazed Joe Corsica. Bob hooked in a Hangman’s Submission Hold on Joe and the match was over. 15:26


5. Lumberjack John Louie; won by DQ over Brute Bernard with George Harris. This went to the Unusual Result Chart. John Louie used a Headrammer on Brute and then lifted him for a Backbreaker. George Harris, Brute’s Manager, knew the eventual result so he pushed Referee Dave Cox aside hit the Lumberjack with a bottle and wrapped a leather belt around John Louie’s neck. Referee called for the DQ while several wrestlers entered the ring to stop the carnage. The fans were booing unmercifully as Brute and George Harris left the ring. 10:16

6. Bobby Mayne with Sir Dudley Clemens and El Oympico; Double Count-Out. The was a fairly even match until Olympico climbed the Ropes for a High Flying Maneuver. Sir Dudley ran over and shook the ropes with the hook of his cane. El Olympico fell OOR. Bobby Mayne followed. Both fought up the aisle. Dudley tried to smash his cane over Olympico’s back but the move got reversed. Referee Mel Johnson counted both of them out. 8:21

7. Irish Pat Barrett pinned Big Bad John with Jim Lancaster. John was caught with a Tire Iron and seriously warned by Referee Dave Cox. This didn’t stop Jim Lancaster from constantly trying to interfere. The talented Barrett used a Spin Kick and Flying Press to overcome Bad John’s power moves. Lancaster saw the match leaning Barrett’s way and tried to help. As the action went to John’s corner, Lancaster tried to hit Barrett with the Gong-Bell. Barrett turned and John took it over the skull. Big John collapsed to the canvas and was pinned. 13:31

8. CWA Tag Title – The Fabulous Fargo’s (Jackie & Sonny) (Champions) beat The Continental Warriors (Bobby Hart & Lorenzo Parente) (Challengers). The Fargo’s had a great interview and were awarded extra points. The Fargo’s who bend the rules are a favorite for interviews because they a cocky and so sure of themselves. The fans accept them as anti-heroes. Bobby and Lorenzo gave The Fargo’s all they could handle in this match. The Fargo’s were lucky to maintain their belts after high flying moves led to several close pins. Sonny caught Bobby Hart with a Swinging Neckbreaker that was aided by Jackie holding the ropes for leverage and the pin. The Fabulous Fargo’s retain the CWA Tag Title. 17:07
 
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The Ruby Slipper & Hub Stacey’s presents
Ga/FL Wrestling (1980-82)
Civic Center – Pensacola, FL Att: 9,712


Commentators; Freddie Miller & Jay Goodley
Referees; Steve Brody & Frenchy Bernard
Ring; Cookie Fleck Interviews; Barbara Clary


In an Earlier Interview Barbara Clarey had The Masked Superstar and his manager Percy Pringle as guests. Pringle did most of the talking mainly about tonight’s match with Captain Redneck for the Florida Title. Barbara pointed out that The Masked Superstar has not been that impressive as of late. He faced mediocre talent and even then struggled. The Masked Superstar was listening to the interview and got very angry. He stared throwing the furniture and even kicked at it. As he walked off Pringle followed. The Masked Superstar was awarded an extra 200 points for intimidation. The 200 points will more trhan even his match with Captain Redneck.


1. Ray Candy; Side Suplex Pin over Bob “Rusty” Riddle. During the match Bob pulled out a ForeignObject to use for a Jaw Buster. Candy was able to intercept and take the Object. After throwing it from the ring Candy applied a Grinding Face Claw and then ended the match on the dazed Rusty with a Side Suplex. 4:10

2. Jesse Barr; Bulldog Pin over John Boy Ruffin. This match was all Jesse’s. Known to use a rougher style lately, Jesse use straight moves during this match. A Scoop Slam and a Slingshot Clothesline set up the finishing Bulldog for the Pin. 3:16

3. Crazy & Bugsy (Crazy Luke Graham & Bugsy McGraw) with Percy Pringle beat The Rocky’s (Jones & King). The Rocky’s had Crazy Luke and Bugsy reeling after hitting them with legitimate moves that left the odd couple reeling. Jones performed a Savate Kick on Bugsy then King used a DDT that would have gotten the pin. Percy Pringle distracted Referee Steve Brody while Crazy Luke ran in the ring and kicked Rocky King in the back of the head. Luke then scraped his Bandaged Thumb across King’s eyes. Luke and Bugsy used a Double Falling Hammer on Rocky Jones and Bugsy got the Pin with help from a Foreign Object smash to the chops while Rocky King was still trying to gain his site. 12:22

4. Flamboyant Eric Embry; Piledriver Pin over Cowboy Frankie Laine. This is merely the beginning of a long feud. Embry and Laine were an admired team called the Flamboyant Cowboys. During their last match, Embry viciously attacked Laine causing him injury. Laine has since recovered but blood reigns. During the match Frankie gained the advantage and after Top Rope Press and a Headlock Bulldog Embry seemed doomed. For some reason, obviously heelish, Brenda Britton came to ringside. Referee Frenchy Bernard was distracted trying to send her back to the locker area. Unfortunately for Laine Frenchy missed a clear pin. In fact Commentator Jay Goodley stated “I could have counted to 10.” Before Frenchy turned to see the action, Embry smashed a loaded fist (small piece of lead) to Frankie’s temple. Embry made a show out of finishing off the totally dazed Laine with a Piledriver. The fans were booing and throwing cups. Embry asked for Security to protect him as he left the ring. 10:32

5. Scott McGee; Flying Dropkick Pin over Hustler Rip Rogers with Brenda Britton. “Flea Bag, Flea Bag” was the chant heard throughout the arena. After the previous match and her tainted reputation as a heel the fans needed to vent their frustrations. McGee is a newcomer from England and he has a good reputain as a scientific wrestler. Rogers of course relies on Brenda for help at critical times. This was a fairly even match then Rogers hooked in a Rear Naked Choke. He applied the pressure but moved to an illegal choke. Steve Brody broke the hold over protests from Rip and Brenda. Brenda decided to take action. She had a bottle of Perfume that she sprayed at Scott. He turned and Rip took the spray to the eyes. McGee used a Slingshot Catapult on the blinded Rip and then hit him with a Flying Dropkick as he got to his feet. Brenda was protesting to Referee Brody as the fans chanted “Flea Bag, Flea Bag.” 11:28

6. The Southern Express (Brad Armstrong & Brett Wayne) won by DQ over The Asian Invasion (Great Kabuki & Kendo Nagasaki) with Oliver Humperdink. The Express tried to make this a legitimate wrestling match but the Invasion and Humperdink were determined to cause chaos and that is exactly what they did throughout the match. Referee Frenchy Bernard had his hands full along with having the fans booing him after his miss a called earlier this evening. The match ended when Kabuki and Nagasaki attacked in the ring with Kendo Sticks. Kabuki spit Green Mist that hit Referee Frenchy in the face so Referee Steve Brody, at ringside, jumped in the ring and called for the DQ during this all out brawl. The Asian Express continues to cause havoc everywhere they go. 19:49

7. Florida Heavyweight Title – Capt. Redneck (Champion) and The Masked Superstar (Challenger) with Percy Pringle; Double Count-Out. Masked Superstar hit Capt. Redneck over the head with a Vendor Tray as he eneterd the ring. The Superstar added more points the total that had been helped with his earlier rampage at the Interview Corner. The match was back and forth with the Capt. Using several Dropkicks and a Falling Elbow to almost gain a pin. The Superstar countered with a Swinging Neckbreaker and an attempted Cobra Clutch that he couldn’t hook in because the clever Capt. Redneck slipped out. Eventually both wrestlers bailed from the ring. They fought up the ramp with Percy trying to get involved but he was thrown to the band pit below. Referee Steve Brody counted both wrestlers out. Capt. Redneck retains the Florida Heavyweight Title. 17:36
 
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Post subject: GCW  PostPosted: May 10, 2018 - 11:01 AM



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The Red Elephant & McLeod’s presents;
GCW Wrestling (1970’s) on WTVY-TV Chan 12
Dothan Civic Center – Dothan, AL Att: 2,816



Commentators; Jim Ross & Jim Hess
Referees; Jack Terry & Mel Johnson
Ring; The Dragon Lady Interviews; Tracy Stover

1. Nikita Mulkevith won by Count-Out over Tamaya Soto. Nikita, a Ivan Koloff wannabe, entered the ring with his usual bad attitude displaying a large chain around his neck. Referee Jack Terry told Nikita to get rid of the chain or suffer a DQ. Mulkevith used his rough moves to wear down the young Soto; Kick to the Head, Full Nelson, Chokes, etc. Soto was able to free himself long enough to climb the ropes for a Suicide Leap. Nikita caught Tamaya and immediately threw him Head First OOR to the floor. Soto was unable to get back in the ring. Nikita took the microphone; “I want Peppy Rocco.” (note; Rocco is the current TV Champion) 4:26

2. The Green Shadows (Jim White & Roy Klein) with Sam Bass beat Jose Quintero & Mickey Sharp. Quintero & Sharp did the best they could but were not up to the standards of The Shadows who are a ranked team that is looking for a title shot currently held by The Rising Sun (Misu Arakawa & Toru Tanaka). The Shadows took charge of the match and ended it when White used an Inverted Bulldog on Quintero and Klein followed with a Half Nelson Driver. White tagged in and pinned Quintero. 6:11

3. Rita Cortez won by DQ over Barbara Owens. Barbara Owens added to her points and her rough style by rolling on the Cheat modifier. Then to add more she rolled on Flow #9 evening up the match. Barbara used Rake Eyes and Rope Burn to set up a near pin. Rita countered with an Atomic Skullcrusher. Barbara got frustrated and after going OOR she grabbed a cup from the Commentator’s table. Barbara swung the cup at Rita but missed and almost hit Referee Jack Terry. Terry had enough of Barbara’s antics and called for the DQ. 8:24

4. Bobby Bold Eagle won by DQ over Johnny Long with Flash Monroe. This was a very even match with both wrestlers having a chance at pins. Johnny’s best chance came after a Falling Knee to the Throat but Johnny wasted time conferring with Flash Monroe giving Bold Eagle a chance to recover. Eagle hit Johnny with a Flying Body Press and then hooked in his Bow & Arrow Stretch. Flash Monroe sensing the end jumped in the ring and tried to hit Bold Eagle with a Bottle. Referee Mel Johnson called for the DQ. 8:52

5. The Matador; Flying Skull Crusher Pin over Ronnie Etchinson. Ronnie had The Matador reeling after performing a Standing Dropkick and then a Flying Jaw Smasher. The Matador who is Jerry Stubbs with a bandana and beard responded by pulling out a Small Foreign Object and smashing Ronnie in the Chops. The Matador finished the match with a Flying Skull Crusher. 10:27

6. Tommy Gilbert and Arman Hussein with Dr. Ken Ramsey; Double Count-Out. This match went to the UNUSUAL RESULT. The advantage in this match was clearly Gilbert with High Flying Dropkicks and a Slingshot Suplex that should have been a pin. The clever Ramsey pulled his wrestler from the ring and Tommy followed. They fought Up the Ramp, Down the Hall and into the Food Court where justice was served when Dr. Ken got a Pie in the Face. Referee Mel Johnson had already counted both wrestlers out. 14:46

7. Bearcat/Rossi (Bearcat Brown & Len Rossi) beat The Masked Infernos (Rocky Smith & Frankie Caine) with J.C. Dykes. The Infernos and Dykes were warned sever times by Referee Jack Terry about their cheating and Dykes responded by pointing to Bearcat & Rossi. Dykes, in fact, wasted time by constantly conferring with his team. During one of these conferences ran over and performed a double Head Butt on Frankie while Rossi waited then performed a Top Rope Body Press. A Double Noggin Knocker put both Infernos down on the canvas. Bearcat pinned Inferno #1 (Smith) who was the wrong man but the decision stood although J.C. Dykes is protesting. (note; Frankie Caine wrestles as The Great Mephisto in a few single matches.) 17:58
 
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Post subject: WWWF 1960's  PostPosted: Jun 02, 2018 - 10:05 AM



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Sebago Brewing & Gilbert’s Chowder House presents;
WWWF Wrestling 1960’s
Expo Building – Portland, ME Att: 3,082



Commentators; Ray Morgan & Antonio Rocca
Referees; Andy DePaul & Bert Maxwell
Ring; Broadway Danny Rose Interviews; Queenie Martin

1. Paul ‘Butcher’ Vachon with Capt. Lou Albano; Hangman’s Noose Submission (Elevated Chokehold) over Chuck ‘Popeye ‘ Richards. Chuck was able to put on a good show and had a few moves to rattle Butcher but there was too much Vachon in this match. After a series of Forearm Smashes and a Falling Cranium Crusher, Butcher locked in the Hangman’s Noose and the match was over. 4:56

2. Steve Crazy Horse; Indian Deathlock Submission over Jesse ‘Bull’ Ortega. Steve was being interviewed by Queenie Martin when Jesse tried to get the upper hand for the match by attacking Steve with a Flood Lamp. Steve was hit in the leg and lost points from his total. In spite of the injury Steve was able to control the flow of the match eventually wearing down the Bull. War Dance Knee Lifts could have been the end for Jesse but Crazy Horse added the dreaded Indian Death Lock for a bit of extra punishment and the cry of ‘enough’ from the Bull. 6:26

3. Guillotine Gordon; Guillotine Elbow Drop Pin over Spaceman Frank Hickey. The Spaceman had extra points added for a great interview with Queenie Martin. Hickey is a popular wrestler who lives in a world of his own claiming he was born on the planet Mongo. This seemed like an even match, in fact Gordon was getting frustrated because Hickey had an answer for Guillotine’s moves. The Spaceman hooked in a Neck Claw (called The Kala Klaw) but Gorden was able to reach the ropes to have Referee Andy DePaul break the hold. Gordon hit Hickey with a Cannonball and then the Falling Elow Drops for the Pin. 5:25

4. Swede Hansen with Classie Freddie Blassie; Pinned Angelo Savoldi. Swede and Classie Freddie were greeted with Cups Thrown and booing. The crowd seemed to aim most of the dislike at Classie Freddie who responded with “Pencil Neck Geeks.” Savoldi actually controlled the match and it seemed lost for the heels after a series of Dropkicks and a Flying Cross Body. Blassie was able to distract Referee Bert Maxwell long enough for Swede to grab Blassie’s cane that was thrown in the ring. Swede smashe the lead covered can to the back of Angelo’s head. Savoldi collapsed to the canvas and Swede covered for the Pin. 8:29

5. The Grahams (Dr. Jerry & Crazy Luke) with Eddie Creachman and Bowery Gents (Frank Durso & Likker Joe Abby) with The Sweetshop Gal; Double Countout. This was a mess waiting to happen. Crazy Luke decided to intimidate The Sweetshop Gal and chased her in the arena. The Gal turned and hit Crazy Like with a 5 gallon bucket of ice cream then started dumping it on him. Killer JoeAbby ran to her defense and Eddie Creatchman to Crazy Luke’s defense. It wasn’t long before Frank Durso and Dr. Jerry also went OOR to the melee. By the time Referee Andy DePaul called the match all the combatants were covered with ice cream (It looked like Maple Walnut) 13:38

6. The Golden Terror with Capt. Lou Albano; Pinned Ben Justice. The Terror looked like he was going down for another loss after a Cranium Cracker and a Jumping Leg Drop but Capt. Lou was able to pull the Terror’s legs avoiding the pin. The Terror climb the Turnbuckle and used a loaded fist Suicide Leap to down Justice. Capt. Lou held the Ropes for Leverage while Referee Bert Maxwell count 1-2-3. 9:57

7. Gino Brito (with the backstage midgets) and The Sheik with The Grand Wizard; Double DQ. The Sheik used his usual dirty tactics causing a few midgets to come to ringside. Then things went south fast. More midgets swarmed the ring. The Grand Wizard Threw a Fireball, Fuzzy Cupid hit The Sheik with a Beer Bottle as The Sheik was trying to stab Brito with a Pencil. Several other midgets jumped on Referee Andy DePaul so Referee Bert Maxwell called for a Double DQ. The melee was broken up by locker room wrestlers who came to restore order. 10:33
 
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Post subject: WWWF Champions  PostPosted: Jun 05, 2018 - 11:35 AM



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WWWF Wrestling 1960’s
Finals in the Championship Brackets




WWWF Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto – Canadian Tag Team Title

Magnificent Maurice/Handsome Johnny Berend with The Grand Wizard beat The Mortier Bros. (Hans & Max) with Wild Red Berry. This was a match of who could out-cheat who. In the end Maurice and Berend took the honors. After a fairly even match with each team having a chance at the win the interruptions of pin attempts saved the teams. Wild Red Berry distracted Referee Jersey Joe Walcott long enough for The Mortiers to smash a chair over Johnny Berend’s back and try to hit Maurice with a beer bottle. The Grand Wizard threw a Fireball, Maurice hit Max Mortier with a Foreign Object then placed Johnny on Max’s fallen body. Jersey Joe Counted 1-2-3. Magnificent Maurice and Handsome Johnny Berend are the new Canadian Tag Team Champions.

WWWF War Memorial Auditorium Buffalo, NY – WWWF Tag Team Title

The Kentuckians (Grizzly Smith & Luke Brown) beat Toru Tanaka/Mr. Fuji. Tanaka was able to match Smith and Brown in strength while the agile Mr. Fuji used ‘Banzai’ Rope and Turnbuckle leaps. Grizzly and Brown countered with Forearm Smashes while Tanaka used Body Smashes. Tanaka had Grizzly lined up holding him from the back. Mr. Fuji threw Salt to the eyes but missed and hit Tanaka. Luke Brown slipped in the ring and hooked Tanaka’s leg for the pin. The Kentuckians are the new WWWF Tag Team Champions.

WWWF The Forum, Montreal – Canadian Heavyweight Title

Edouard Carpentier; Top Rope Body Press Pin over Gene Kiniski. The powerful Kiniski couldn’t match the moves of Carpentier. Kiniski did manage an Olympic Slam that had Edouard reeling for a moment and Gene caught Carpentier in a Backbreaker but the Frenchman broke the hold. Carpentier caught Kiniski with a Flying Head scissors and as gene triwd to shake off the impact Carpentier climed the ropes and used the Body Press Pin for the Pin. Edouard Carpentier is the ne Canadian Heavyweight Champion.

WWWF Boston Garden, Boston, MA – Intercontinental Title

Cowboy Bill Watts; Oklahoma Stampede (Body Smash) over Ironman Dave Ruhl. This was a battle of two rough guys who use straight moves to get the job done. Ruhl looked like he would finish on top as he controlled the match with Body Blocks and several Power Slams. The deciding factor was a Brainbuster by Watts that had Ruhl dizzy and reeling. As Ironman got to his feet, Watts hit him with the Oklahoma Stampede for the Pin. Cowboy Bill Watts is the new Intercontinental Champion.

WWWF Madison Square Garden, NYC – WWWF Heavyweight Title

Billy Red Lyons; Flying Cross Body Pin over Bruno Sammartino. Lyons who got by Hans Schmidt and Gorilla Monsoon during the tourney was able to use speed to stay in the match with Bruno. Bruno who beat Killer Buddy Austin and Ivan Koloff to reach the finals is a power wrestler but can counter with a unexpected quickness. This match came down to what seemed like a setup on the UNUSUAL CHART. Bucky Palermo who was to referee the match came down with stomach cramps sfter drinking a soft drink prior to the match. Earl Millihan took his place. Millihan is not popular and is referred to as Fast Count Milly or Evil Earl because of suspected bribes. During the match Eddie Creatchman came to ringside. Evil Eark made a bogus attempt at sending him away. Meanwhile a Soft Drink Vendor took off his white hood revealing Crazy Luke Graham. Kuke reached in the ring and grabbed Bruno’s leg. Creatchman immediately burne the leg with his cigar. Billy Red Lyons had Bruno lined up for a Flying Cross Body. As soon as Lyons hit Bruno, Evil Earl fast counted 3. Lyons, who had no idea of the set-up, was shocked. Billy Red Lyons is the new WWWF Champion.
 
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Post subject: Re: WWWF Champions  PostPosted: Jun 05, 2018 - 04:22 PM



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WWWF Wrestling 1960’s
Finals in the Championship Brackets


WWWF Madison Square Garden, NYC – WWWF Heavyweight Title

Billy Red Lyons; Flying Cross Body Pin over Bruno Sammartino. Lyons who got by Hans Schmidt and Gorilla Monsoon during the tourney was able to use speed to stay in the match with Bruno. Bruno who beat Killer Buddy Austin and Ivan Koloff to reach the finals is a power wrestler but can counter with a unexpected quickness. This match came down to what seemed like a setup on the UNUSUAL CHART. Bucky Palermo who was to referee the match came down with stomach cramps sfter drinking a soft drink prior to the match. Earl Millihan took his place. Millihan is not popular and is referred to as Fast Count Milly or Evil Earl because of suspected bribes. During the match Eddie Creatchman came to ringside. Evil Eark made a bogus attempt at sending him away. Meanwhile a Soft Drink Vendor took off his white hood revealing Crazy Luke Graham. Kuke reached in the ring and grabbed Bruno’s leg. Creatchman immediately burne the leg with his cigar. Billy Red Lyons had Bruno lined up for a Flying Cross Body. As soon as Lyons hit Bruno, Evil Earl fast counted 3. Lyons, who had no idea of the set-up, was shocked. Billy Red Lyons is the new WWWF Champion.



HA! Proof that wrestling is REAL! There is no way someone could come up with something this good
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: WWWF Champions  PostPosted: Jun 05, 2018 - 04:56 PM



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and try to hit Maurice with a beer bottle.


Molson or Labatt Blue?
 
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Post subject: Unusual Result  PostPosted: Jun 06, 2018 - 09:01 AM



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Derek, I have a finish on my Unusual Chart that reflects a real happening in the early 60's. Chief Don Eagle the Champion was up against Gorgeous George. The match was a setup to get George the Title and was known to everyone but Don Eagle. Don Eagle would never have agreed and was way too talented for Gorgeous George.

The match was dependent on Earl Millihan who was more than willing to take extra money and cheat for George. The count was made 1-2-3 with Don Eagle's shoulders not touching the mat.

Earl earned his name Evil Earl, George became Champion but he couldn't carry the load, Don Eagle retired with many fans considering him marginal. In actuality he was atop flight wrestler through his career matching Antonio Rocca.

I use the roll of 99-100 on the Unusual Result Chart as the Earl Millihan or other referee's incident.
 
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Post subject: WWWF  PostPosted: Jun 16, 2018 - 09:26 AM



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Mr. Mitchell’s & The Log Cabin presents;
WWWF Wrestling (1960’s)
Valley Arena, Holyoke, MA Att: 2,456




Commentators; Friendly Bob Freed & Buddy Rogers
Referees; Bucky Palermo & Sammy Gotter
Ring; John “Bluto” Blutarski
Interviews; Brenda Starr

1. Duke Hoffman won by DQ over The Beast with Tony Angelo. The Beast, Yvon Cormier, beat on Hoffman as duke entered the ring. Bucky Palermo gave a stiff warning but allowed the match to begin. A few minutes into the match The Beast put a Choke Hold on Hoffman and wouldn’t let up. Several guards came into the ring to pull The Beast away. He was DQ’d which seems to be a standard for him. Tony Angelo threatened to take The Beast to a more understanding Federation. 3:26

2. Rocky Fitzpatrick won by DQ over The Destroyer. Rocky showed some great moves that came close to getting a Pin that frustrated The Destroyer. A Torpedo Dive and a Back Body Drop had The Destroyer reeling so he found a way to bail from the ring. He re-entered with a chair and was DQ before he could use it. As The Destroyer complained to Referee Sammy Gotter, Rocky dropkicked The Destroyer who tumbled from the ring. Rocky Fitzpatrick also wrestled as Bob Orton, Sr. No one knews who The Destroyer is under The Mask. Fans have speculated on Archie Bunker, Clint Eastwood, Ringo Starr or Killer Joe Christy. 5:51

3. Eric the Red with Crybaby Cannon pinned ‘The Columbus Clipper’ Frankie Williams. Eric was more than helped with a great interview by Crybaby Cannon and then was further helped when Eric rolled on his Cheat modifier. Eric raked Williams eyes and then performed a facebreaker. Cannon distracted Referee Buck Palermo as Eric used his Viking Helmet to smash Frankie over the head. The pin was easy. 4:39

4. DeFazio/Freeman (Jumping Johnny & Ace) won by Count-Out over Bernard/Murphy (Brute & Skull) with Tony Angelo. Bernard & Murphy tried rough tactics and had DeFazio/Freeman struggling a bit. Then Freeman hit Brute with a Headlock Bulldog and Johnny followed with a series of Dropkicks on Skull. Brute treied to help Skull by entering the ring with a wrench in his hand. Referee Sammy Gotter warned Brute. Tony Angelo called his wrestlers to the corner and they left to the locker area. They were counted-out when Johnny and Ace chose not to follow. 12:02

5. Leo Burke; Snapmare Neckbreaker Pin over Frenchy Martin. Burke had a brilliant promo with Brenda Starr. Leo was up against a fellow Canadian. Unlike Frenchy, Leo is a serious contender for the Canadian Heavyweight Belt. Frenchy has to resort to foul methods for wins. Frenchy did manage a Knee Drop to Burke’s face that had Leo shaking it off. Leo countered with a Flying Rib Crusher and then the Snapmare Neckbreaker for the Pin. 8:48

6. Klondike Bill; Scoop Powerslam Pin over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. Pretty Boy tried a handshake with Bill but Klondike would have nothing to do with it. Sharp got a Forearm to the chops for his effort. Sharp is a clever wrestler who know how to cheat along with some scientific moves. Unfortunately he was caught Holding Klondike’s jeans during an attempted pin. Klondike used a Back Body Drop to set op the Scoop Powerslam for the Pin. 11:52

7. Mighty Saka won by DQ over Waldo Von Erich. Waldo was being interviewed when Saka interrupted. A few words and pushing took place but the rest was left for the ring. Waldo was angry and it got the best of him. During the match Von Erich gave it his best with a Blitzkrieg (Knee Drop) that could have gotten the pin but Waldo chose to used his Dreaded Iron Claw. He failed to hook it in. Saka followed with an Atomic Drop and a Neck Hanging Buster. Waldo was ripe for the pin and he knew it. He pushe Referee Bucky Palermo. Bucky immediately called for the DQ. 13:23
 
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