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Post subject: MD 226 results  PostPosted: Feb 10, 2018 - 06:34 PM



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Match Day 226
The Ballroom, University of Colorado
Boulder, CO
Referee = Todd Sinclair

Jimmy Valiant v Steve Regal: 7 consecutive moves for the Boogie Woogie Man to open, including a Gutwrench Suplex and Multiple Atomic Drops. Valiant finished the match with a Piledriver and back-to-back Elbow Smashes, getting the pin at 7 min 25 secs.

Verne Gagne v Arn Anderson: Gagne seemed to have the match in control when his tag team partner, Dusty Rhodes, appeared at ringside. Anderson took exception, confronted Dusty, Gagne tried to intervene, the American Dream swung a European Uppercut, Anderson ducked and the punch connected with Gagne. Verne was KOed! Anderson rolled him into the ring and got the easy cover. 2 min 3 secs

Tommy Rich v Harley Race: pre-match, the mysterious Masked Man wandered to ringside to take in the action. This was an even, back and forth bout. Rich hit an Elbow Smash and 2nd Rope Body Press. Race countered w/ Mounted Punches and an Elbow Smash of his own. Outside the ring Wildfire Slammed Handsome Harley through the Announcer's Table. Back inside Race performed an Atomic Drop and Bridging Fisherman Suplex. A 2nd Fisherman Suplex exhausted Rich and Race covered covered. Sinclair counted, 1-2-3, and Handsome Harley Race had the victory. 10 min 55 secs. Post-match, the Masked Man politely clapped, pointed at the competitors and walked away. Austin Idol confronted him on the ramp and challenged him to a match. The Masked Man turned his palms up, mimicking a "why not," and nodded. Commissioner Buttons appeared and scheduled the bout for MD 228. Commentators noted the Masked Man's excellent physique and surmised that perhaps his background was Native American or Asian.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: on MD 221 Hawk was counted out after a Sheik Camel Clutch on the concrete. The crowd wasn't fire up during the introductions. The Sheik earned a DQ pt early after being caught Throwing a Fireball. Animal showed his strength w/ a Gorilla Press Slam. Zbyszko tagged in and rolled Animal up in a Small Package. I think everyone was caught off guard when the ref counted 1-2-3 (pin 1-3, rolled 2). Post-match, the heels battered the Warriors w/ Steel Chairs.

Argentina Rocca v Jimmy Snuka: a contest of high flyers. Rocca performed a Flying Elbow Drop and Slingshot Suplex early. Snuka responded w/ Multiple Chops, a Moonsault and a Michinoku Driver. Rocca when on an 8-move run that featured a Sleeper, another Slingshot Suplex, a Flying Headscissor Takedown and a Running Elbow Drop. Rocca set up for his finisher but Snuka countered w/ a Headbutt then applied a Brain Claw. The exhausted Argentina could not escape and submitted at 10 min 34 secs.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Dusty Rhodes v Champion Randy Savage: Dusty opened w/ 3 straight single point moves then hit a Body Slam and covered. 1-2-3 (pin 1-2, rolled 1), OMG, the Son of a Plumber is your NEWWWWW RETRO WRESTLING FEDERATION WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION!!! 2 min 3 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 227 results  PostPosted: Feb 11, 2018 - 10:59 PM



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Match Day 227
Thelma Theater
Los Angeles, CA
Referee = Red Shoes Unno

Mil Mascaras v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart: best of 7 series with the winner getting a US title shot and the loser, a kick in the ass out of the door of the RWF! The Hammer has won 3 straight and leads 3-2. The masked Mascaras got a couple of good moves in (Abdominal Stretch and crowd-pleasing 619) and took out the Mouth of the South with a Suicide Dive (another crowd pleaser), but Valentine controlled this one w/ a Pointed Elbow to Gut, Running Clothesline, Figure 4, Neckbreaker and Piledriver. He locked on the Figure 4 a 2nd time and though Mascaras was able to escape the submission hold, he was not able to avoid the subsequent pin. Mil is gone and Greg gets a title match. 10 mins

Pez Whatley v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Pistol Pez got in a Flying Forearm early then, after Heenan inadvertently distracted his client, Whatley nailed his Flying Willie finisher. That only seemed to anger the big man, and Bundy nailed 5 straight moves, including his set-up Whip into Turnbuckle followed by his devastating finisher the Atlantic City Avalanche. Bundy covered and got the 3-count. 4 min 31 secs

The Midnight Rockers v The Russians: Nikita Koloff is a STRONG man; he performed a Power Slam and Gorilla Press Slam, and executed the Press Slam in a double-team combo (simple Elbow Drop for Ivan Koloff). The heels teamed for a pair of Double Flapjacks before Nikita hit a 2nd Rope Knee Drop that looked like the end. Marty Jannety somehow kicked out and 2 mins later he was able to tag in Shawn Michaels, who came in hot. Michaels had a great 3-move run of Running Clothesline, Flying Cross Body Block and Tiger Suplex, and covered. Ivan used his savvy and soon after tagged back in Nikita. The younger and more powerful Russian hit a pair of Powerbombs before landing a Russian Sickle. 1-2-3, Russians win! 16 min 15 secs

Magnum TA v The Sheik: no one could blame MTA if he was looking for revenge after the Sheik injured him w/ a SLEDGEHAMMER on MD 212! Magnum opened with 4 consecutive moves, including a Stalling Suplex. The Sheik then went on his own 4-move run, Throwing a Fireball and executing a Suplex and Double Leg Kick. There were 7 moves left in the match, and much to the crowd's pleasure they were all performed by MTA. They included 5 hard-hitting maneuvers, a Running Knee Smash, a pair of Belly-to-Belly Suplexes, a TA Bulldog and a Gutwrench Suplex. Magnum got the pin at 7 min 42 secs. This was the 5th straight loss for the Sheik, who has known some losing streaks in his tenure w/ the RWF. He remains, however, the Most Dangerous Man in the Retro Wrestling Federation.

The Ultimate Warrior v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Studd leads this feud 2-1-2 and he received quite the response from the crowd tonight (+2 heat). The Ultimate Warrior tried a Suplex early and failed. That was the high point for BJS and Warrior would do nothing else wrong. He hit a Warrior Splash and Leaping Shoulder Block before awing the crowd w/ a Gorilla Press Drop on the 300+ pounder. A Big Boot and then a Warrior Corner Splash was that was left, with the pin coming at 4 min 39 secs.

Lou Thesz v Ric Flair: the main event featured 2 wrestlers who truly know their way around the ring. The match moved slow for a bit, with Flair's best moves a Belly-to-Belly Suplex, Slam through Table and Stalling Suplex, and Thesz a Belly-to-Back Waist-Lock Suplex and Superplex. The Nature Boy hit Flair Chops in the Corner then whipped Thesz into the opposite corner and hit Flair Chop anew, exhausting Lou. Thesz responded w/ a Hedlock and Exploder Suplex, exhausting Ric. After 17 mins the match was deadlocked at -14 END. Thesz executed an Overhead Suplex followed by a DDT and covered. Red Shoes counted, 1-2-3 and Lou earned the impressive victory. 19 min 22 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 228 results  PostPosted: Feb 12, 2018 - 07:03 PM



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Match Day 228
Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, CA
Referee = Brian Hebner

The Masked Man v Austin Idol: the Universal Heartthrob challenged the mysterious Masked Man on MD 226. The wrestlers went back and forth in the opening minutes. The Masked Man took control with a DDT then hit a 2nd Rope Headbutt. A Body Slam exhausted Idol and a Diving Headbutt Drop finished him off with the pin coming at 6 min 9 secs. Is this Masked Man possibly a luchador?

Ed "Strangler" Lewis v Carlos Colon: Lewis has the impressive moves early, clamping on a Neck Visegrip, Hitting Colon w/ a Chair and executing a Body Slam. Colon impressed the crowd w/ a Superplex and Cartwheel Elbow Smash. But a Strangle Hold made a comeback out of the question and Lewis got the submission at 8 min 58 secs.

Kerry Von Erich v Jerry Lawler: Von Erich's ego was noticeably bruised as he wasn't as well-received by the crowd as he expected (-2 END, -1 heat). He showed fortitude though by going on the offensive once the bell rang. A Release German Suplex, Body Slam and Uranage tired Lawler. After Lawler managed his lone offensive move, a Running Clothesline, Von Erich got to his feet and clamped on a Full Nelson. Lawler apparently didn't have any fight in him and meekly submitted (sub 1-4, rolled 4) at 3 min 25 secs.

The Kangaroos v The Steiner Brothers w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Don Kent and Rick Steiner started the match, and one of the men didn't leave the ring until the match was finished. Kent hit 6 consecutive moves, including a Running Bulldog, Running Clothesline, Backbreaker and a pair of Dropkicks before tagging out. Al Costello entered and immediately performed a sweet sequence of Back Suplex, Bow & Arrow Stretch and Rear Chinlock. A minute later the 'Roos teamed for a Double Neck Hang Slam, covered and got the 3-count from Hebner. 5 min 49 secs

Dick the Bruiser v Nick Bockwinkel: the Bruiser roused the crowd w/ a Headlock & Punches and executed a Quick Roll-Up, but otherwise Bockwinkel mostly controlled the match. Bockwinkel caught Dick in an Indian Deathlock and a Sleeper, then got the pin after a Dropkick. 10 min 42 secs

World Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey in a NON-TITLE MATCH: on MD 223 Graham got on the apron and talked trash with Dusty pre-match then post-match delivered a beatdown. Rhodes was in control after a pair of Power Slams, a Running Bulldog, a Bionic Elbow and Diving Crossbody, exhausting Superstar. Al Kaissey rolled the proverbial dice and tossed a Magic 8 Ball (the new preferred foreign object for Graham) to Superstar, who used it (+4 END). A Knife-Edge to Throat earned Graham a DQ pt and while he was arguing w/ the ref Dusty locked in a Figure 4 and got the submission. 9 min 20 secs
 
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Match Day 229
Maples Pavillion, Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
Referee = Drake Wuertz

Ivan Putski v Ray Stevens: this was a fun match. After the two exchanged blows Putski went on the first run, performing a Putski Running Clothesline, Quick Roll-Up and Polish Power Slam. The Crippler hit a single point move then Putski connected on a second Running Clothesline and a Superplex. At the 5 min mark Putski was +6 END and Stevens exhausted at -6. The match was over, right? WRONG! Stevens went on a 9-move run, including Body Stops, Turnbuckle Ram and DDT, getting the pin at 9 min 40 secs. Post-match, Commissioner Buttons tried to reverse the result but was thwarted by Stevens's friend, Nick Bockwinkel, who Bodyslammed by the boss.

Sting v Kurt Angle: on MD 220 Angle got a quick-count pin and on MD 225 Sting dominated and got the 3-count. It took longer to type that than this match lasted. Angle caught Sting in a Quick Roll-Up and got the pinfall at 1 min 5 secs (pin 1-4, rolled 2).

The British Bulldogs v Ox & Baron: the heels renewed the feud on MD 223 when they joined the Freebirds for a pre-match assault on the Bulldogs. Ox Baker went on the offensive early, landing a Big Elbow Smash and hitting a Power Slam. The Bulldogs teamed for High/Low Clotheslines. Baron Von Rashke tagged in and nailed his own Power Slam. Davey Boy Smith rolled him in a Small Package and Wuertz counted 1-2-3. Bulldogs win! 5 min 3 secs

Pat O'Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: on MD 224 the Superstar was disqualified after Al Kaissey was caught battering O'Connor w/ a Steel Chair. O'Connor dominated this one w/ 6 pin/sub attempts to for Graham. Pat opened w/ a Body Block, Shortarm Scissors, Spinning Toe Hold sequence. He almost got the pin in the 8th minute w/ a Rolling Cradle but Al Kaissey broke it up (pin 1-7, rolled 1, the way I play is if the person being pinned/submitted has a ringside ally, that person breaks up the pin/sub on a roll of 1)! Wuertz tossed the manager and after a third Piledriver, O'Connor pinned the Superstar. O'Connor now has a record of 7-2 while Graham lost his third consecutive match. 11 min 5 secs

Hulk Hogan v Rick Rude: Hogan came into this one having lost 3 straight while Rude had moved into the top 10 rankings. After Rude landed a Diving Kneedrop, the Hulkster went on a 10-move run that included a Stallling Suplex, Hulked-Up Punches, an Atomic Drop, a Big Boot, and the famous Hogan Leg Drop. Rude was exhausted but avoided the pin. Rude performed a Stump Pulling Piledriver and a pair of single pointers, but Hogan was too much, executing a Body Slam and finishing the match w/ another Hogan Leg Drop. As the ref raised Hogan's hand in victory, Commissioner Buttons returned and reversed the result, declaring that Hogan was retroactively disqualified for a Back Rack (in the 10-move sequence). Both Hogan and the crowd were livid! 9 min 38 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: Bruno Sammartino w/ fiancee/valet Precious v Champion Terry Funk: the contractual rematch for the former champion. Funk dominated this one with a Belly-to-Belly Suplex and Blatant Low Blow early and a sweet sequence of Snap Suplex, Stalling Suplex, Stunner and Piledriver that almost resulted in a pin, but Sammartino kicked out at the very last second (pin 1-5, rolled 6). I don't know if Bruno could have lasted much longer and we will never know, because a new tag team, the Great Ones, stormed the ring and flattened both Funk and Sammartino. No Contest! Post-match, the Commissioner announced a rematch for MD 236 but then Greg Valentine appeared, demanding his championship match (remember, he defeated Mil Mascaras in the best of 7 series where the winner got a title shot and the loser a pink slip). Buttons scratched his head, muttered to himself and agreed, making the MD 236 bout a TRIPLE THREAT MATCH FOR THE UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP! 7 min 45 secs
 
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Match Day 230
The Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA
Referee = Connie Marker

Hacksaw Duggan v Carlos Colon: on MD 225 Colon and Austin Idol attacked Hacksaw before the latter's bout w/ Bret Hart (-10 END). Best moves in this one were a Shoulder Block for Duggan and a Running Clothesline and Bite from Colon. Carlos applied the Figure 4, couldn't get the submission but got the pinfall immediately after. 6 min 3 secs

Antonio Inoki v The Destroyer: double count-out on MD 225. Here, the Destroyer tried a pre-match assault during Inoki's promo but the face was ready and hit an Enzuigiri. Inoki hit a Gutwrench Suplex early in the match proper and a bit later a Flying Body Press. He covered, Marker made the count, 1-2-3, Inoki wins. 2 min 34 secs

Jimmy Valiant v Randy Savage: the Boogie Woogie Man had 5 moves to the Macho Man's one when Sting, Tommy Rich, Greg Valentine and Austin Idol entered the ring, chaos ensued, and Marker called for the bell. Double DQ! Valiant received a blow to the head that would keep him out of action for 4 weeks. 3 min 20 secs

Ed "Strangler" Lewis v Andre the Giant: these 2 fought to a time limit draw on MD 224. Here, Andre performed a Choke and Samoan Drop early. But a Quick Roll-Up surprised Andre, and Strangler got the pinfall. 4 min 16 secs

Magnum TA v Rick Rude: an excellent back and forth bout with some hard-hitting action. Rude performed a Gutwrench Backbreaker and a pair of Running Power Slams early and MTA a Fireman's Carry, Diving Knee Drop and Running Clothesline. Rude pulled out a Kendo Stick from under the ring and was about to hit a woozy and on his knees Magnum when Sting appeared, prevented the attack and used the Stick on Rude! Rude earned pin attempts after a Hit w/ Chair and 3 separate Diving Kneedrops, but couldn't get the 3-count. Magnum earned pin attempts w/ a Flying Body Press and 2 separate TA Bulldogs, getting to 2 and a 3/4 on the 2nd Bulldog (pin 1-11, rolled 12). MTA hit Running Knee Smash then a Scoop Power Slam and covered anew. Marker counted, 1-2-3, an Magnum TA got the win! 16 min 57 secs. ENDs at the time of the pin were MTA -16 and Ravishing Rick -18.

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The Brisco Brothers v Champions the Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: during their entrance Ole Anderson flirted w/ a woman in the crowd, who happened to be Jerry's wife. Jerry was pissed! The Briscos earned the 1st pin attempt after a Double Shoulder Block. MWC earned the next 4 after Bear Hugs by each of the Andersons, an Ole Bridging German Suplex and a Lars Quick Pin Move. Jerry clamped on a Figure 4 but Ole broke it up. Ole earned pin attempts after a Piledriver and Double Running Lariat. 2 more Ole Bear Hugs and Jerry was exhausted. Ole covered and got the 1-2-3 to win the match and retain the World Tag Team Championship. 25 min 2 secs
 
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Match Day 231
The Dream Bowl
Vallejo, CA
Referee = Johnny Shorn

The Great Ones v Doom: the Great Ones are making a special one-time only appearance (confession-I just realized Scott Rexsteiner is the same person as Scott Steiner, of the Steiner Brothers). Butch Reed had a sweet sequence early: Underhook Suplex, Uranage, and Power Slam. Scott Rexsteiner was tired and tagged out. The Great Wojo came in but after another Butch Reed Underhook Suplex and a Ron Simmons Spinebuster, Wojo was tired too. Scott returned and hit a Bridging German Suplex and 2nd Rope Axe Handle on Simmons and Running Clothesline on Reed. Butch pulled out a Baseball Bat but Wojo took it away and KOed Butch with it. Wojo covered, Shorn counted 1-2-3, and the Great Ones get the victory. 12 min 39 secs

Masked Superstar v Arn Anderson: through 8 minutes this match was even with Arn executing a Chinlock, DDT and Exploder Suplex into the Turnbuckle while the Superstar performed a Frankensteiner, 2nd Rope Axe Handle and Arm Wringer. The Masked Superstar then hit 4 straight moves, including the Cobra Hold, exhausting Anderson. Arn hit a Piledriver and covered, but Superstar kicked out. Another Cobra Hold allowed Superstar to get the pin. 11 min 8 secs

Lex Luger v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: Luger dominated the opening minutes w/ a Relese German Suplex, a pair of Rib Breakers and a Superplex. He led +5 to -3 END aftr 5 mins. Jimmy Hart changed the momentum by distracting Luger and Shorn, allowing Bret to connect w/ a Chair Shot (-5 END). A Pendulum Backbreaker, Sharpshooter and Snap Suplex exhausted Luger, and a Piledriver allowed the Hitman to get the pinfall. 8 min 12 secs

Magnum TA & Sting v the Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff (making their debut) w/ manager Stan Hansen: Sting dominated Volkoff early, w/ the heel performing only 1 move before he tagged out and Sting 7, including a Double Russian Leg Sweep w/ MTA and a Piledriver. The Iron Sheik performed 4 straight moves, including a Double Clothesline and Running Clothesline before Magnum tagged in. A 4-move run for MTA included a Diving Knee Drop and Sleeper. The heels then hit a Belly-to-Belly Suplex/Backbreaker combo but couldn't get the pin. Frustrated, the temperamental Volkoff grabbed a Steel Chair and nailed not only MTA but also Shorn when he tried to intervene. The ref called for the bell and disqualified the Iron Sheik and Volkoff. 9 min 29 secs.

Rick Martel v Jimmy Snuka: both men were ranked in the most recent rankings, Martel at # 8 and Snuka at # 9. Martel caught Superfly in a Boston Crab but Carlos Colon, who Snuka helped on MD 219 when he turned heel, broke it up! Snuka applied his own Boston Crab but Martel, like every good master of a move, knew how to break it up. Snuka performed a Tiger Suplex, Missile Dropkick an Flying Body Splash. Martel executed a Double Knee Facebuster and Diving Crossbody. It was anyone's match. A Martel Hip Toss exhausted Snuka and Martel covered. Shorn counted 1-2-3 and Martel earned another big win. 10 min 9 secs

Lou Thesz v Nick Bockwinkel: Snuka was still at ringside when Thesz made his entrance and Superfly took his frustration out w/ a Headbutt (-4 END). Thesz had the only pin/sub attempt in the first 10 mins after a Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplex. He got the 2nd pin attempt of the match after the same move at the 11 min mark. Bockwinkel hit 5 straight maneuvers beginning w/ a Forehead Bite and including a Bockwinkel Body Slam and Kick to Ribs. Thesz kicked out of the cover. Lou performed his patented Thesz Press and one again his finishing Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplex and covered, but Bockwinkel impressively kicked out (pin 1-10, rolled 17). The heel hit a 2nd Bockwinkel Body Slam and covered. Shorn counted, 1-2-3, and Bockwinkel got the victory! ENDs at the time of the pin were Thesz -16 and Bockwinkel -25. Big win for Nick! 16 min 59 secs
 
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Match Day 232
Lanai Theater
Crockett, CA
Referee = Ralph Hamilton

Hacksaw Duggan v Austin Idol: on MD 225 before Duggan's match w/ Bret Hart, Duggan was attacked by Colon and Idol (-10 END). Hacksaw performed the opening 4 moves, including a Power Slam and Atomic Drop, before the Macho Man, Idol's tag team partner, was caught battering Duggan. Hamilton called for the bell and disqualified Idol. 2 min 37 secs

The Masked Man v Harley Race: before he was introduced, the Masked Man handed an index card to the ring announcer. She then said "asking to be introduced by his name, Dick Paddlewheel!" Each wrestler got some good licks in early, Paddlewheel a Tiger Suplex and 2nd Rope Headbutt and Race a Body Slam and Suplex. Paddlewheel had a 5-move run that included Knife Edge Chops, an Arm Drag and a Spinning Heel Kick. Paddlewheel earned pin attempts w/ a 2nd Rope Headbutt and a Moonsault, but couldn't put Handsome Harley away. Paddlewheel then hit a Flying Body Press and a Piledriver and got the pinfall. 14 min 11 secs

The Crusher v Mad Dog Vachon: this match started appropriately w/ a Crusher Kick to Knee Cap and a little later a Crusher Claw. MDV responded w/ an Eye Gouge and Blatant Choke, earning 2 DQ pts. Mad Dog hit a Piledriver then Bit Crusher's Forehead, unseen by Hamilton. Crusher performed 5 consecutive maneuvers, including a Neck Toss Across the Ring and a Bolo Punch to even the bout at -6 END at the 7 min mark. MDV executed an awesome Michinoku Driver, then a minute laetr locked in a Boston Crab. Crusher submitted! 9 min 18 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the two are tied at 2-2-2 in this feud. They were jawing in the ring pre-match and things looked about to go downhill. Commissioner Buttons came out and announced that this would be a LOSER LEAVES TOWN MATCH fought under Streetfight Rules! Early in the match Studd was conferring w/ Heenan when Warrior performed his Warrior Corner Splash. Warrior followed up by bashing Studd w/ a Kendo Stick. Studd got some offense in by performing a Big Suplex and Hitting Warrior w/ a Chair. The Ultimate Warrior executed another Warrior Corner Splash, a Leaping Shoulder Block, Multiple Warrior Clotheslines and a Big Boot. An exhausted Studd somehow avoided the pin then rallied a pair of Big Boots of his own and a Studd Bear Hug. Big John caught Warrior in another Studd Bear Hug and squeezed. The exhausted Warrior couldn't escape and was forced to submit. UW is gone from the RWF! 9 min 43 secs

Verne Gagne & World Heavyweight Champion Dusty Rhodes v The Fabulous Freebirds: the winner gets a World Tag Team Championship match on MD 237. The Freebirds got an incredible reaction from the crowd (+2 END). This was a hard-hitting affair w/ very few pin/sub attempts. Dusty performed a Dusty Atomic Drop, Hit w/ Chair and Power Slam. Verne performed a Rebound Cross Body Block, Flying Body Press and Sleeper. The Freebirds teamed for a Body Slam/Knee Smash combo, a Fabulous Freebird Spike Piledriver and a Double DDT. It was getting late. Dusty hit a Stalling Suplex but the 'Birds responded w/ another Double DDT and covered. Verne was met by Hayes, Hamilton counted 1-2-3, and the Freebirds will get a title shot! 28 min 48 secs

Kerry Von Erich v Ric Flair: the Nature Boy dominated this match. In the 9th minute he threw Vone Erich outside the ring then nailed a 2nd Rope Knee Drop onto the floor (-10 END). A Stalling Suplex looked like the end but Kerry got his foot on the ropes at the last second (pin 1-7, rolled 5 but 6 6-sided). An Exploder Suplex had the same result! Flair then went Chop Block, Back Body Drop, Figure 4 and finally got the pin on the resilient Von Erich. ENDs at the time of the pin were Flair 0 and Von Erich -31. 12 min 25 secs


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Match Day 233
Shea's Buffalo Theatre
Buffalo, NY
Referee = Tom Hamilton

Tommy Rich v Steve Regal: Mr. Electricity caused a raucous with his entrance; the fans pelted him w/ garbage and a bottle hit him. Wildfire got a Stalling Suplex in early. The Destroyer appeared ringside and slammed Rich into the Ring Steps. Regal hit an Elbow Smash. Rich then took over, applying a Keylock, nailing a Flying Fist Drop and landing a Running Clothesline. Rich covered, Hamilton made the count,and Rich had the victory. 5 min 48 secs

Ed "Strangler" Lewis v Ray Stevens: the ref got dazed by a blow, Nick Bockwinkel and Stevens double-teamed Lewis, Argentina Rocca broke up the double-team then, when Hamilton came to, was caught punching Stevens. The ref called for the bell and DQed Strangler! 3 min 33 secs

Magnum TA v Carlos Colon: MTA performed a Stalling Suplex and Fireman's Carry. Colon earned a pair of DQ pts for a pair of Bites and also had a pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press. Magnum executed a Piledriver and then his own Flying Body Press and covered. Hamilton made the quick-count (pin 1-4 rolled 4) and Magnum TA had the win. 9 min 25 secs

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v Big John Studd & King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: key moments in this one were (1) Ellering accidentally smashed Animal w/ a Chair, (2) Heenan handed KKB some powder which he put into his mouth and spit in Animal's face, and (3) Animal breaking up the pin attempt after an Atlantic City Avalanche. The match ended as it often does with the Warriors - a Doomsday Device. Road Warriors got the pin at 23 min 23 secs.

Rick Martel v Nick Bockwinkel: Martel came into this match ranked # 8 and on a 7-match win streak, and Bockwinkel was ranked # 4 having won 7 of his last 8 matches. Martel performed a Hip Toss and Airplane Spin but Bockwinkel was mostly in control w/ a pair of Blatant Chokes and a Flying Shoulder Smash. Martel too control w/ a great run of Gutwrench Suplex, Diving Crossbody and Airplane Spin. He proceeded to lock in the Boston Crab. The exhausted Bockwinkel was able to escape then turned the match w/ an Eye Gouge, following up w/ a finishing Piledriver. 1-2-3, Bockwinkel wins! 13 min 44 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Dusty Rhodes v Randy Savage: Martel was exiting when the Macho Man made his entrance, and Martel took out his frustration w/ a Scoop Slam on the ramp. The Son of a Plumber was in the middle of the ring w/ his back turned when then bell rang to begin the match, which allowed the quick Savage to land an opening Diving Elbow Drop. Dusty battled back with a Power Slam and Body Slam. Afer 5 mins the match was even at 0 END. The Macho Man hit a Gutwrench Suplex and Scoop Slam. A High Knee & Elbow Smash combo and then a Bionic Elbow looked like a title retention for Dusty but Randy kicked out. Savage then poked Rhodes w/ an Ice Scraper, earning a DQ pt from Hamilton. A Blatant Choke resulted in a 2nd warning from the ref. Savage then exhausted Rhodes w/ a Release German Suplex and covered. Hamilton counted, 1-2-3 and the Macho Man Randy Savage regains the World Heavyweight Championship! 9 mins
 
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Match Day 234
Holleder Stadium
Rochester NY
Referee = Bruno Lauer

Argentina Rocca v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Bundy had it going early w/ a Body Slam, Whip into Turnbuckle and Quick Pin Move, but the high-flying Rocca grounded the behemoth w/ 13 of the final 15 moves, the bet of which were a Flying Headscissor Takedown and Faceslap w/ Feet. Then something MIND-BLOWING occurred - Bobby Heenan turned face and clocked KKB, allowing Rocca to get the easy pin. Heenan no longer represents Bundy or Studd, and going forward will manage Argentina Rocca! Shocked 9 min 36 secs

Ivan Putski v The Destroyer: 6 moves for the Destroyer, including a Flying Body Press resulting in a pinfall. 2 min 55 secs

The Kangaroos v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: Zbyszko hit a Flying Kneedrop and Running Clothesline early. The Sheik tagged in and Dangerously slipped him a Roll of Quarters, which he introduced to Al Costello's forehead (-6 END). The Most Dangerous Man in the RWF then executed a Suplex and Arabian Facebuster. Costello had a little 4 move run that featured a Surfboard and Double Neck Hang Slam. The Sheik then tagged out, Dangerously distracted the ref while the heels pounded away (-3 END), and Zbyszko got the pin on the exhausted Costello after a Flying Body Press. 7 min 42 secs

Verne Gagne v Jerry Lawler: these 2 faced each other on MD 130, when Gagne got the pin, and on MD 167, when Lawler covered for the victory. Gagne won early here after a Rebound Crossbody Block, Side Headlock and finishing Sleeper Hold. Lauer called for the bell when Lawler didn't respond during the Sleeper. 4 min 32 secs

Sting v Kurt Angle: Angle leads the feud 2-1 after the early pinfall on MD 229. Sting earned 1 END pt when his tag team partner Magnum TA accompanied him during his entrance. Unfortunately, that was the highlight for the Franchise, as he Olympian Angle totally dominated this match. Angle performed a Release German Suplex, Running Clothesline, Multiple German Suplexes, a pair of Olympic Slams and ended the match after a devastating Superplex. Sting performed 2 maneuvers in the bout. 8 min 55 secs

Antonio Inoki v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: this was an excellent even match. And it began w/ the Hitman introducing a new wrestler to the RWF - - - JEFF JARRETT! Inoki had a couple of pin chances early w/ a Flying Body Press and Small Package. Hart hit a DDT and Inoki applied a Cobra Clutch. Hart connected w/ a Blatant Low Blow. Jimmy accidentally tripped his client. Inoki had 5 consecutive moves that included another Cobra Twist, a Manji-Gatame, and a Diving Knee Drop. The Hitman exhausted Inoki w/ a Sharpshooter. The match was tied at -11 END after 13 mins. Hart went for pins w/ a Sunset Flip and Piledriver but couldn't get the 3-count. Inoki hit a Piledriver but couldn't get the pinfall. Inoki whipped Hart to the ropes and set up for a Back Body Drop, but Hart performed another Sunset Flip. Lauer was in position, 1-2-3, Bret Hart wins! This is the 4th straight win for Bret since returning from his suspension. 16 min 14 secs
 
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Match Day 235
Civic Center
Augusta, ME
Referee = Tim Fuller

Pez Whatley v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Pistol Pez fell for the Superstar's pre-match handshake offer and received a Kick in the Ribs. Graham had control early w/ a Body Slam and Power Slam. Al Kaissey botched some interference, clocking his client w/ a Steel Chair! Whatley hit the Flying Willie but Graham used his savvy to avoid the pin. Whatley and Al Kaissey combined for some comic relief w/ the old wrestler chases the manager routine (Pez predictably, but still humorously, caught and KOed Adnan). An SBG Bearhug though forced the exhausted Whatley to submit. Graham ended his 3-match losing streak (he is 3-7 over his last 10). 5 min 15 secs

Hulk Hogan v Arn Anderson: the Hulkster had 4 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Arn, and Hogan got the 3-count after a 2nd Hogan Leg Drop, ending his 4-match losing streak. 11 min 43 secs

Dick the Bruiser v The Sheik: Dick got the pin on MD 217 while the Sheik got the pin way back on MD 35. Bruiser had all the big point moves in this one, w/ 3 Rake Eyes w/ Boot Laces and a Forearm Smash to Chest. Dick got the pin after a 3rd Rake Eyes. Post-match, the Sheik went off on the ringside commentator. Antonio Inoki came out and challenged the Sheik to a match, which the latter accepted. 7 min 31 secs

Magnum TA & Sting v World Heavyweight Champion Randy Savage & Austin Idol: the heels started strong w/ a double-team Double Dropkick and an Idol Sucker Punch. Then out of nowhere a new tag team, The Outsiders, stormed the ring and cleaned house. Double count-out! 2 min 46 secs

Lex Luger v Rick Rude: Rude surprised Luger during the latter's pre-match promo w/ a Rude Piledriver. Luger hit a Snap Scoop Power Slam and Luger Suplex and Rude a Running Power Slam early. A Big Lex Hip Toss, Michinoku Driver and Rib Breaker evened the match. Luger exhausted Rude w/ a Luger Running Forearm and took his first END lead in the match. Rude exhausted Luger by Slamming him through a Table. Ravishing Rick executed a Rude Piledriver then a Diving Kneedrop and covered. 1-2-3, pin, Rude wins! 14 min 45 secs

Pat O'Connor w/ manager Dick the Bruiser v Jimmy Snuka: Superfly took control w/ a Blatant Low Blow in the 3rd minute. A Superfly Splash soon after almost resulted in the pin but O'Connor kicked out at the last second (pin 1-5, rolled 6). O'Connor applied a Spinning Leg Lock. Snuka hit a Fling Body Splash and covered, but O'Connor got his foot on the ropes at the final second pin 1-4, rolled 3 but 6 6-sided). O'Connor went on a 7-move run, culminating in a Bridging German Suplex and cover, but Snuka kicked out. For his troubles O'Connor suffered through Multiple Chops, a Brain Claw, a Missile Dropkick and finally a Diving Headbutt Drop. Snuka covered and got the pin. 12 min 47 secs
 
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Match Day 236
Billerica Forum
Billerica, MA
Referee = Brad Robinson

The High Flyers v The Brisco Brothers: the brothers grounded Jumping Jim Brunzell early, hitting a Double Hip Toss, Double Back Body Drop and Double Shoulder Block before he could tag out. Greg Gagne came in and had a nice run, reversing a Figure 4, executing a Flying Body Press and connecting w/ a Running Clothesline. But a Head Scissors, Body Roll Takedown and Indian Deathlock softened Gagne up and Jack Brisco got the pin w/ a Quick Roll-Up. 9 min 45 secs

The Masked Superstar v Andre the Giant: Andre earned some heat by tearing up a pro-Superstar sign held by a child. The Giant dominated this one, performing 10 consecutive moves, and got the pin after a 2nd Sitting Splash. 6 min 19 secs

Lou Thesz v Mad Dog Vachon: there was a lot of jawing in the ring before this one. Commissioner Buttons came out and declared that this match would be the first of a best of seven series where the loser would have to leave town for 6 months! Thesz performed a Body Slam and MDV a Turnbuckle Ram early. The action went outside the ring where Vachon reversed a Thesz move and tossed Thesz into the Ring Steps. Back inside Thesz hit another Body Slam and applied a Double Wristlock. A pair of Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplexes allowed Thesz to take the first step in winning the series w/ the pinfall coming at 9 min 4 secs.

The Rock & Roll Express v The Russians: this was an utter annihilation. Robert Gibson was the in-ring partner for the opening 7:30 and managed only a single move. Nikita hit him w/ a Power Slam and Body Slam in the ring and Slammed him through a pair of Announcer Tables outside. Ivan tagged in and hit a 2nd Rope Knee Smash before Gibson was able to tag out. Ricky Morton came in hot but Ivan reversed a Morton move and landed a Shoulder Smash. Morton got in one good lick w/ a Diving Kick to Knee before Nikita tagged in and performed a Powerbomb. Nikita covered and got the 3-count from Robinson. 9 min 32 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP - Triple Threat Match - Bruno Sammartino w/ valet/fiancee Precious v Greg Valentine w/ manager Jimmy Hart v Champion Terry Funk: Bruno beat the crap out of the Hammer early, applying a pair of Hammerlock, throwing Bruno Punches and hitting two Belly-to-Back Suplexes. After 7 mins Valentine was -11 END, Bruno +8 and Funk +7. Funk broke up a Bruno cover, Bruno broke up a Funk cover and Valentine had to use his savvy. Sammartino applied a Hammerlock and hit a Bruno Body Slam on Funk before thrilling the crowd w/ a Superplex on the exhausted Valentine. Operating on instinct alone, the Hammer smartly rolled out of the ring. With Valentine out of commission Funk tried to end this one w/ a Quick Pin Move w/a Fist Full of Tights and then a Sleeper (Bruno used up his savvy to avoid the pin and sub). Valentine returned but was met by a Spinning Toe Hold by Funk. Sammartino broke up the subsequent cover. Precious interfered by tossing Bruno's favored foreign object, a Beer Bong, into the ring but Funk intercepted in and Choked Bruno w/ it! Did I mention that all 3 men were bloody? Bruno was cut by a Funk Elbow Smash to Head, Funk by a Valentine Closed Fist and Valentine by a Bruno Elbow Smash. The United States Championship was at stake and no one was worried about their own physical health. Valentine hit his setup move on Bruno, a Pointed Elbow to Gut, and applied his finishing Figure 4. Bruno escaped and rolled out of the ring. He returned shortly after and caught Valentine in a Bear Hug. Funk couldn't break it up and Valentine submitted. Bruno Sammartino regains the United States Championship! Post-match, the loser blamed one another and Commissioner Buttons announced that the 2 would face each other with the winning facing Bruno for the belt. 22 min 3 secs
 
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Match Day 237
Athletic Center, Rutgers University
Piscataway, NJ
Referee = Tom Foley

Kerry Von Erich v Big John Studd: the nightís festivities began w/ an EXCELLENT match. Studd had the advantage after a Big Boot and Atomic Drop, as well as a Von Erich failure on a Suplex. Kerry responded w/ a sweet 5-move sequence that included a Short Arm Clothesline and 2nd Rope Knee Drop and, after Studd was tired, a Body Slam and Release German Suplex. Studd exhausted Von Erich w/ a Piledriver and Bear Hug. Outside the ring KVE Tossed Studd into the Ring Steps and Hit him w/ a Chair. Back inside a Studd Slam almost ended it but Von Erich kicked out at the last second (pin 1-4, rolled 5). A Big Suplex by BJS at the 12 min mark evened the match at -13 END. From there on out this one was all Studd, who had 4 pin more attempts and got the submission w/ a Studd Bear Hug at 18 min 49 secs.

The Crusher v Harley Race: a couple of brawlers put on an exciting back and forth bout. Crusher Rammed Harley into the Ring Post. Race performed a Body Slam and Elbow Smash. Crusher hit a Uranage and applied a Full Nelson as part of a 6-move run. Race executed a Gutwrench Suplex. Crusher exhausted Handsome Harley w/ a Bolo Punch. That punch seemed to inspire Race who pounded Crusher w/ Mounted Punches, a Pendulum Backbreaker and a Swinging Neckbreaker. Race covered, Foley made the count, 1-2-3, and Harley had the win. Post-match, Race continued pounding Crusher, but Lex Luger ran to the ring and pummeled Race. 10 min 19 secs

Hacksaw Duggan v Ric Flair: I will be honest Ė this match surprised me. Duggan opened this one by Whacking Flair w/ a 2 x 4, earning a DQ point from the stickler Foley. Flair responded w/ a Belly-to-Back Suplex. Hacksaw took control and tired Flair w/ a not so subtle assault that featured a Power Slam, Old Glory and a Three-Point Stance Clothesline. The Nature Boy got back into this match w/ Flair Chops and a Slam through Table. But after 2 more Duggan Three-Point Stance Clotheslines, Flair succumbed to the pin. 14 min 50 secs

Tommy Rich v Dick Paddlewheel: the masked Paddlewheel showed a keen interest in the Rich/ Race bout back on MD 226. The opening bell rang and the action went immediately outside where Rich Slammed Paddlewheel through a Table. Back inside Paddlewheel performed an Arm Drag and Top Rope Body Press while Wildfire connected w/ a Running Clothesline. After a Paddlewheel Knife Edge Chops (this guy must have some martial arts training!) at the 7 min mark, the match was tied at -1 END. Rich earned pin attempts after a pair of Piledrivers. Paddlewheel exhausted Tommy w/ a Double Knee Facebuster then hit a Flying Body Press and covered. 1-2-3, Paddlewheel wins again! Post-match, Rich challenged Paddlewheel to remove his covering but the masked man defiantly declined. 13 min 14 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The Fabulous Freebirds v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: there were some good moves in this one (the crew teamed for a Double Hip Toss and Atomic/Reverse Atomic Drop Combo, Hayes hit a Slingshot Suplex and Front Facelock Drop) but the only sub/pin attempts until late came w/ an Ole Anderson Boston Crab and Terry Gordy Sunset Flip. Lars Anderson began a 6-move run w/ a Shoulder Breaker then teamed for a Double Running Lariat. Hayes used his savvy to get out of the pin. Lars clamped Pure Sexy in a Bear Hug and squeezed. Gordy tried to break it up but was met by Ole. The exhausted Hayes could not escape and was forced into submission. The Crew are proving to be formidable champions. 19 min 42 secs

World Heavyweight Champion Randy Savage v Argentina Rocca w/ manager Bobby Heenan: where to begin? This match was scheduled to be a non-title bout but Commissioner Buttons appeared pre-match and declared that this match would be for the WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP!!! As for the Brain, he had shocked the wrestling world by turning face on MD 234 and now represented Rocca. The excitement in the crowd was palpable. Rocca was on fire from the outset. He obviously learned something from his new manager as he grabbed the Macho Manís tights w/ a Quick Pin Move (Savage had to use his savvy). He performed the crowd-pleasing Face Slap w/ Feet. He even earned a DQ pt w/ a Headscissors Choke. The Brain miscalculated when he tried to give Rocca some advice during the match, allowing Savage to nail a Piledriver. But Rocca hit a Flying Body Press and covered. Foley hit the mat, 1-2-3, quick-count pin (pin 1-2, rolled 2), OH MY GOD, Argentina Rocca is the NEWWW Retro Wrestling Federation World Heavyweight Champion!!!! 5 min 10 secs
 
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Match Day 238
University Hall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA
Referee = Rudy Charles

Verne Gagne v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: this one ended early when Hart smashed Gagne w/ a Roll of Quarters handed to him by the Mouth of the South. The coins scattered everywhere, the ref saw a bloodied Gagne and rightfully disqualified the Hitman. Gagne would be examined by Dr. Brenda Buttons, who diagnosed him w/a broken nose and estimated he would miss 3 weeks of action. 3 min 36 secs

Jeff Jarrett v Austin Idol: Jarrett was making his debut. The Universal Heartthrob got a few good licks in (a Power Suplex, Sleeper and Closed Fist resulting in some color) but Double J controlled this match. The Guitar Shot to the back of Idol got the crowd on its feet, but it was a Figure 4 that resulted in the submission victory for Jarrett. 12 min 36 secs

Rick Martel v Ray Stevens: Martel had the advantage after a Diving Crossbody and Gutwrench Suplex. But a Hit w/ Chair and Whip into Turnbuckle turned the tide in favor of the Crippler. While Stevens celebrated instead of maintaining the offensive, Martel rolled him up in a Small Package. Stevens kicked out and responded w/ a devastating DDT and covered. Charles made the quick-count (pin 1-5, rolled 5) and raised Rayís hand in victory. Big win for Stevens over a ranked wrestler. 6 min 9 secs

The British Bulldogs v The Steiner Brothers: things havenít gone well for either team. The Bulldogs lost a hard fought feud to the Minnesota Wrecking Crew then saw their rivals go on to win the World Tag Team Championship. The Steiners come in having lost SIX consecutive matches. Scott Steiner showed his desperation early w/ a Eye Gouge and Leg Scissors Choke, neither of which were caught by Charles. Davey Boy Smith went for a Headbutt outside the ring but his head met a Steel Chair held up by Scott (-6 END). The Dynamite Kid tagged in and hit a Release German Suplex then teamed for a Sandwich Clothesline. The Steiners teamed for a Release Suplex and Doggy Headbutt before Rick performed a Front Suplex. The Bulldogs dominated the remainder w/ DBS hitting a Dropkick to Head and Slamming Rick through a Table. A Powerslam/Diving Headbutt combo exhausted Rick Steiner and a Flying Body Press resulted in the pinfall. 10 min 26 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Carlos Colon: the crowd surprisingly gave this one a cool reception during the entrances, but the wrestlers put on a show. Dusty earned an early pin attempt w/ a Body Slam. Colon took over when he Slammed the American Dream through a Table. Colon hit a Release German Suplex then bloodied Rhodes w/ a Closed Fist. Dusty Punches and a Sleeper got Rhodes back into this one. A High Knee & Elbow Smash tired Colon and set up the Bionic Elbow. Colon kicked out and hit a few single pt moves before Rhodes hit another powerful Body Slam. He covered, Charles made another quick-count (pin 1-4, rolled 4) and Dusty Rhodes got the victory. 9 min 29 secs

Magnum TA v Nick Bockwinkel: these two have a history w/ MTA owning some title-winning victories over Bockwinkel. Pre-match, Sting showed his support for his friend and tag team partner by accompanying Magnum to the ring (+2 END MTA who is brimming with confidence). In the third minute Bockwinkel performed a Body Slam but Charles got bumped. While the ref was dazed, Ray Stevens climbed into the ring and joined Bockwinkel in pummeling MTA. Sting returned and broke it up, receiving a big pop from the crowd, which seemed to revive the referee. Charles came to, saw Sting pounding Bockwinkel, and called for the bell, disqualifying Magnum TA! 3 min 5 secs
 
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Match Day 239
Alligator Alley Gym, University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Referee = Mickey Jay

Ed "Strangler" Lewis v Steve Regal: an early Side Headlock & Punches by the Strangler set up a Surfboard submission move. Mr. Electricity couldn't find the energy to break the hold and gave in at 1 min 37 secs.

Ivan Putski v Jerry Lawler: pre-match, Lawler grabbed the microphone from the ring announcer and went on a tirade re: the Commissioner (calling him a "cardboard Commissioner") to the annoyance of the fans. Ivan performed a Putski Backbreaker but Lawler responded w/ an Atomic Drop. Lawler took control w/ a Blatant Choke (1 DQ pt), bash w/ a Trash Can Lid (unseen) and a Sleeper (broke hold). Putski showed some fight w/ a Putski Running Clothesline and Polish Hammer. Jerry executed a perfect 2nd Rope Fistdrop and got the 3-count. 6 min 30 secs

The Midnight Rockers v Ox & Baron: the heels tried a pre-match sneak attack but were thwarted by Dropkicks (-2 END each heel). This was a fun bout. Marty Jannetty performed a Diving Headbutt Drop and Flying Crossbody Block while Ox Baker hit a Body Slam. Baron von Raschke tagged in and had a sweet 3-move run of Backbreaker, Repeated Head to Turnbuckle and Chop to Forehead. Shawn Michaels entered and cut the Baron w/ an Elbow Smash to Head then hit a Dropkick. Baker returned and ate a Rocker Dropper. Both Jannetty and the Baron tagged in, with the Baron nailing a Power Slam and Stalling Suplex before another Chop to Forehead. Back and forth the match went. Michaels landed a Flying Elbow on Baker and tagged out. Jannetty performed a Knee Lift and Tiger Suplex and covered the exhausted Baker. The Baron was slow out of his corner and couldn't break up the pin, 1-2-3, Rockers win! 15 min 59 secs

Sting v Kurt Angle: Angle dominated on MD 234 to go up 3-1 in this feud. The match started auspiciously with each man earning a DQ pt, Sting for a Leg Scissors Choke and Angle for a Blatant Choke. But like most of the other matches in this feud, it turned out to be an exhibition for Angle. The Olympian performed signature move after signature move, including an Overhead Suplex from Top Rope, Moonsault and Multiple German Suplexes. Sting kicked out of the pin after an Olympic Slam, but a European Uppercut put him down for the count. Angle wins the feud, handily! 8 min 36 secs

Antonio Inoki v The Sheik: the Most Dangerous Man in the RWF attacked the tv commentator after losing his bout on MD 235. Inoki made the save and challenged the Sheik. The crowd was expecting a fight here. What they got was the Sheik snapping as the bell rang. He grabbed a Steel Chair from ringside and nailed both his opponent and the referee! Jay immediately called for the bell and disqualified the Sheik. 20 secs

Hulk Hogan v Superstar Billy Graham w/ Adnan Al Kaissey: both men ended losing streaks on MD 235. Hogan has 2 victories over SBG dating way back to MDs 53 and 100. Here, as Hogan made his entrance, and Hulkamania ran wild, brother, Andre the Giant appeared and surprised Hogan w/ a Body Slam on the ramp! Hogan couldn't make it to the ring and was counted out. Clearly, Andre and Hogan are not done with their contretemps.
 
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Official Rankings # 23
Compiled after MD 239 and confirmed by the impeccable Arthur Andersen

# 1: WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION Argentina Rocca (NR)
# 2: UNITED STATES CHAMPION Bruno Sammartino (3)
# 3: Randy Savage (1)
# 4: Nick Bockwinkel (4)
# 5: Dusty Rhodes (5)
# 6: Terry Funk (2)
# 7: Magnum TA (NR)
# 8: Rick Rude (7)
# 9: Dick Paddlewheel (NR)
# 10 TIE Bret Hart (NR)
Jimmy Snuka (9)

Tag Teams

# 1: WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (1)
# 2: Larry Zbyszko & the Sheik (NR)
# 3: The Fabulous Freebirds (4)
# 4: The Brisco Brothers (2)

Note: the number to the right signifies the previous ranking w/ NR = Not Ranked

Upcoming matches: (1) MD 240 has the Outsiders making their debut against one of the teams they attacked on MD 235, Magnum TA & Sting, two top 10 wrestlers facing off as Rick Rude meets Jimmy Snuka, and the Macho Man looks to regain the World Heavyweight Championship from Argentina Rocca; (2) MD 241 features the 2nd match of the loser leaves town best of 7 series as Lou Thesz, up 1-0, meets Mad Dog Vachon, the mysterious Dick Paddlewheel faces Bret Hart, and Terry Funk battles Greg Valentine in a No Disqualification match with the winner getting a United States Championship bout on MD 243; and (3) MD 242 sees the Nature Boy Ric Flair confront Wildfire Tommy Rich, Kerry Von Erich look to regain some momentum against Jeff Jarrett who is looking to keep his, and Magnum TA out for revenge against Ray Stevens, who interfered in MTA's bout w/ Bockwinkel on MD 238.

And with that, folks, we are now officially on the Freeway to Match Day 250!
 
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