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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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Post subject:   PostPosted: Oct 26, 2017 - 01:39 PM



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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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