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Post subject: MD 291 results  PostPosted: Aug 22, 2018 - 11:33 AM



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Match Day 291
Mississippi River Festival
Edwardsville, IL
Referee = Todd Sinclair

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Ricky Steamboat v Hacksaw Jim Duggan: besides wanting to advance in the tournament, Steamboat wanted to exact some revenge on Duggan, who defeated Steamboat’s tag team partner Pez Whatley in a loser leaves town series. Duggan cut Steamboat early w/ a Closed Fist, hit a Powerslam, then cut him again by bashing him w/ an Encyclopedia (it was volume “A” and Duggan blurted out “aardvark”). A bloodied Dragon fought back w/ a Flying Body Press and Jumping Judo Chop. Hacksaw set up for his finisher w/ Old Glory. Duggan ran at Steamboat for the 3-Point Stance Clothesline but Steamboat played matador and Duggan hit the turnbuckle hard. The Dragon climbed to the top and hit a Moonsault and covered. Sinclair made the count and Steamboat had the victory. 6 min 50 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Dick the Bruiser v Harley Race w/ faction member Rick Rude: Bruiser had control early, performing 9 consecutive moves, including a pair of Atomic Drops. Handsome Harley dominated the remainder, hitting a 2nd Rope Knee Drop, Mounted Punches and multiple Piledrivers. Dick wouldn’t stay down though, and Race and his cornerman must have gotten frustrated. Sinclair caught Rude using a Kendo Stick and disqualified Race! ENDs were Race -4 and Bruiser -18. 10 min 8 secs

Big Van Vader v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: on MD 287 Vader joined Andre the Giant in a beatdown of Studd. The action went outside quickly, where Studd Slammed Vader on the Concrete. Heenan tossed Studd his Singapore Cane, which he immediately put to good use on Vader’s back. Studd then tried a Spear on his dazed opponent, but Big Van was able to sidestep him and Studd hit shoulder first into the steel ring post (his CONTROL would be reduced by 1 the remainder of the match). Wrestling purists must have shuddered when Vader Slammed Studd into the Ring Steps and Studd Hit him w/ a Chair. Back in the ring confines, Vader gained control, hitting a Vader Dropkick, Face Eraser and Uranage. An impressive Powerslam by Vader allowed him to get the pinfall. 11 min 30 secs

The Rock & Roll Express v Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens: Joan Jett was at ringside and loudly cheered for the Rock and Roll loving Express and booed the smug heels. Ricky Morton and Ray Stevens began the match. After an initial lock-up, Morton caught him in a Quick Roll-Up. Stevens couldn’t escape, Bockwinkel didn’t recognize the danger and it was an easy 1-2-3 for the Express. 32 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Goldberg v Ed “Strangler” Lewis w/ faction member Superstar Billy Graham: so far this heel gang is 0-2 in the tourney, with both matches ending in DQ after the cornerman interfered. Here, while Graham certainly made his presence felt, his involvement was not sensed by Sinclair. Early on it was back and forth w/ Goldberg performing a Pumphandle Suplex, Flapjack and Hook Kick and Strangler a Spinning Leg Hold and Piledriver. The crowd got all-in on this match when Lewis tossed Goldberg through the ropes and distracted the ref while Graham spread Thumbtacks outside. Lewis climbed out and Body Slammed Goldberg onto the Thumbtacks, resulting in some blood and pain. Back inside Lewis kept the pressure on w/ Side Headlock & Punches and a Neck Visegrip. Superstar got involved again by bashing Goldberg from behind, pulling him out of the ring and applying a Bear Hug, all while Lewis distracted Sinclair. At the 10 min mark ENDs were Goldberg -15 and Lewis +1. Goldberg rallied, a few single pt moves, a Flying Body Press, then his set-up move, the Spear and finally, his finisher, the Jackhammer! The cover, the count, a Goldberg victory! Yet another great comeback in the Most Valuable Purse in Sport Tournament! 13 min 48 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Hulk Hogan v Jerry Lawler: Hogan earned an early pin attempt w/ a Body Slam and Lawler tried a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights. Lawler landed a Series of Punches, hit a Release German Suplex and performed an Elbow Drop. Hogan showed his power w/ a Stalling Suplex. The action went outside, where Lawler again connected w/ a Series of Punches, this time resulting in a lot more damage. Sinclair counted, Lawler climbed back in, but Hogan was unable. Count-out (count out was 1-5, rolled 1). 6 min 49 secs
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Aug 24, 2018 - 08:57 AM



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Derek, This has been a joy to follow since day 1. Find myself waiting for the next card to post

Alan
 
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ACOMPLITAN wrote:
Derek, This has been a joy to follow since day 1. Find myself waiting for the next card to post

Alan


Thanks for the encouragement, Alan! Still having loads of fun with this one. Have one card I need to post and should be able to play a couple more this weekend.
 
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Post subject: md 292 results  PostPosted: Sep 08, 2018 - 01:46 AM



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Match Day 292
Nevada County Fairgrounds
Grass Valley, CA
Referee = Red Shoes Unno

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Pat O’Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser v Jimmy Snuka: this one looked good on paper and translated to the mat. O’Connor opened w/ a Belly-to-Suplex then bashed Snuka w/ a Slapjack tossed to him by Bruiser. Snuka connected w/ a Headbutt, applied the Brain Claw and landed Multiple Chops. At the 7:30 mark the match was tied at -7 END. O’Connor hit another Suplex and Superfly applied another Claw. O’Connor performed consecutive whips to the ropes ending in Body Blocks. He covered, Unno counted, 1-2-3, O’Connor advances! 11 min 40 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Antonio Inoki v Terry Funk: solid if unspectacular bout. Inoki earned an early pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press then executed a Diving Knee Drop and Big Slap. A pair of Elbow Smashes to the Head cut Inoki wide open. Outside the ring Inoki Slammed Funk on the Concrete then Hit him w/ a Chair. Back inside, Inoki finished Funk w/ a Fall-Away Slam. Inoki gets the pin at 14 min 34 secs.

Masked Superstar v One Man Gang w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Superstar came out strong, performing the opening 5 moves, including a 2nd Rope Axe Handle and Running Knee Smash. Heenan turned the match w/ an Eye Gouge and OMG followed it up w/ an Inverted Suplex. A Power Slam and Body Avalanche followed soon after and a 2nd Power Slam resulted in the 3-count. 8 min 6 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Verne Gagne v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey and faction member Ed “Strangler” Lewis: Graham earned pin/sub attempts w/ a Small Package, Flying Body Press, a Sleeper and a Backbreaker Rack, but Gagne was dominating the match, having performed a Belly-to-Back Suplex, Flying Body Press, Rebound Crossbody Block, Flying Dropkick and Frankensteiner. At the 13 min mark ENDs were SBG -19 and Gagne -5. Less than a minute later, Superstar caught Gagne in another Backbreaker Rack and squeezed. Verne slithered out, but he was exhausted and couldn’t kick out of the subsequent pin attempt. Graham wins! 14 min 38 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Jumbo Tsuruta v Nick Bockwinkel: Tsuruta dominated the 4-time World Heavyweight Champion, applying a pair of Abdominal Stretches and landing a Jumbo Knee. A 3rd Stretch forced the submission out of Bockwinkel. 4 min 12 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: NO TIME LIMIT & NO DQ: Champions the Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Brisco Brothers: the challengers looked in control early, w/ Jerry Slamming Hawk through a Table, the brothers teaming for a Double Back Body Drop and Jack setting up a Table outside the ring, Animal clocked Jack w/ a Steel Chair to the Head. Animal chased Jerry around the outside of the ring and was Bit by a Fan’s Therapeutic Dog! Unno caught Ellering passing a foreign object and banned him from ringside, but then was confused when Ellering insisted what he did was legal within the confines of a No DQ match. Unno stuck to his guns and Ellering left. Hawk threw Jerry out of the ring and through the Table! The Champions hit 7 straight moves earning 7 pin attempts, including the Doomsday Device, Jawbreaker and Body Slam. Animal finally got the pin after a Leaping Shoulder Block. ENDs at the end were Hawk +3, Animal +2, Jack -4 and Jerry -32. Get Jerry some ice! 23 min 27 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 293 results  PostPosted: Sep 14, 2018 - 04:31 PM



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Match Day 293
Coliseum
Spokane, WA
Referee = Brian Hebner

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Magnum TA v Jeff Jarrett: 6 mins in and this match was tied at -1 END after a Fireman’s Carry, Diving Knee Drop and Stalling Suplex by Magnum and a Swinging Neckbreaker and Running Clothesline by Jarrett. MTA took control by performing 6 of the next 7 moves, including a Gutwrench Suplex and Sitout Suplex, exhausting Double J. Jarrett exhausted Magnum w/ the Stroke. MTA earned a pair of pin attempts w/ Mounted Punches and a Belly-to-Belly Suplex, but Jarrett kicked out. Jarrett earned pin attempts w/ a Lariat and Guitar Shot, but Magnum kicked out. Jarrett executed a strong Power Slam and covered. 1-2-3-Jarrett wins! He has won 5 of his last 6 matches. 16 min 14 secs

Don Leo Jonathan v The Destroyer: what a start to this one! DLJ hit a Mormon Giant Slam and Spinning Full Nelson. The Destroyer responded w/ a Gutwrench Backbreaker, Sleeper and Quick Pin Move w/ Fist Full of Tights. Don Leo then performed a Fisherman Suplex and another Spinning Full Nelson before the match calmed down. At the 7:30 mark the match was even at -5 END. Jonathan landed a Huge Knee Lift but that would be it for the big man. The masked man performed the final 5 moves, including a Release German Suplex and the finishing Missile Dropkick. The Destroyer got the 3-count at 10 min 55 secs.

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Argentina Rocca v Ric Flair: each wrestler came in having won his last 3 matches. Pre-match, Rocca was seen watching some video of the Nature Boy and apparently, he found some chinks in his armor, as he opened the match w/ a pair of 2-pt moves, a Flying Dropkick and Slingshot Suplex. He followed that up w/ a Diving Crossbody. Flair tried to turn the momentum w/ a Flair Low Blow but Rocca responded w/ a Faceslap w/ Feet. Flair hit an Elbow Drop before Rocca performed another Faceslap w/ Feet and a Flying Elbow Drop. Flair took control w/ some single pt moves then a Back Suplex and Chop Block. Flair applied the Figure 4 but Rocca escaped. But a Shin Breaker put Rocca away, and Flair got the pin at 8 min 39 secs.

The Outsiders v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul E. Dangerously: the Sheik and Zbyszko were seen scanning the rankings and were upset to discover they were unranked (increase END by 4). The New Living Legend hit 4 straight moves on Kevin Nash, including a Shoulder Breaker, before Scott Hall tagged in and performed 5 consecutive moves, including a pair of Hall Busters and a Belly-to-Back Suplex. Back and forth it went. The Outsiders teamed for a Double Suplex. The Sheik Slammed Hall through a pair of Tables. Dangerously tossed a Staple Gun into the ring but Nash intercepted and used it, applying a couple of staples in the Sheik’s forehead. Zybszko applied an Abdominal Stretch on Hall, who came back w/ a Michinoku Driver. Hall tagged, he and Nash teamed for a Sidewalk Slam and Diving Knee, and Nash covered. Hebner counted, 1-2-3, the Outsiders win! 22 min 13 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: Lou Thesz v Kurt Angle: a solid even match, tied at +2 END at the 4:30 mark and at -3 at 7 mins after an Angle Ankle Lock. Thesz exhausted the Olympian w/ a Bridging Belly-to-Back Suplex, then got the pinfall w/ an Overhead Suplex. 9 min 42 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 1: WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION Rick Martel v Frank Gotch (non-title match): Gotch opened w/ a pair of single pointers and Eye Gouge before Martel caught him w/ a devastating Chair Shot. Hebner checked on Gotch immediately, then called for the bell moments later, giving Martel the win via injury. Post-match, the esteemed physician Dr. Brenda Buttons rules Gotch out for the next 6 weeks. 2 min 25 secs

NEWS: the Retro Wrestling Federation has announced the departure of the following wrestlers: the Crusher, Carlos Colon, Austin Idol, Greg Valentine, King Kong Bundy, Arn Anderson, Steve Regal, Lex Luger, Tommy Rich, the Kangaroos, the Rock & Roll Express, the Midnight Express, and Doom. Their contributions have been appreciated and the RWF wishes them well in their future endeavors.
 
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Post subject: MD 294 results  PostPosted: Sep 14, 2018 - 04:32 PM



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Match Day 294
Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium
San Rafael, CA
Referee = Drake Wuertz

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Ricky Steamboat v Kerry Von Erich: Kerry earned some heat and END when he berated the ring announcer pre-match. Von Erich applied a pair of submission moves early, a Full Nelson and Boston Crab. In the 6th minute Kerry rolled out of the ring to take a breather and the Masked Superstar appeared and Body Slammed him onto the Concrete. Back inside Von Erich would land a 2nd Rope Knee Drop. In the 15th minute he caught Steamboat in the Iron Claw. And though the Dragon escaped, he could neither avoid the pin attempt nor kick out. Von Erich advances! 14 min 47 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Goldberg v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: Goldberg showed his power with a Release German Suplex, Gutwrench Suplex and Superplex. The Hitman nailed a DDT and outside the ring a European Uppercut. Goldberg applied a Triangle Choke. Soon after he hit a pair of his patented Spears then applied a Rolling Kneebar. Hart was forced to submit. Post-match, Jimmy Hart took his trusty Megaphone and pummeled his client, as Goldberg exited down the ramp. Hearing the commotion, Goldberg turned around, ran back to the ring and chased the Mouth of the South away. He helped Bret up and Bret shook his hand and turned FACE!!! 16 min 2 secs

NOW THINGS GOT WEIRD

Giant Baba v Ray Stevens: the heel received a huge reaction by the fans, one of whom hit him w/ a beer bottle. The bell rang, Stevens threw Baba over the Top Rope, followed him out and clocked him w/ a Steel Chair. Back inside, Baba nailed a 16-Bun Kick and followed it up w/ a Body Slam and cover. 1-2-3-pin! 2 min 9 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Andre the Giant v Jerry Lawler: Kurt Angle surprised Andre on the entrance ramp w/ a European Uppercut and Ankle Lock. The Giant couldn’t make it to the ring and Lawler won the match via count out. Angle, what were you thinking?

The High Flyers v The Russians: Greg Gagne and Nikita Koloff started, and finished this one. The match went Nikita Gorilla Press Slam, Gagne Dropkick and Nikita Powerbomb and pin (pin 1-4, rolled 2). 1 min 33 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Dick the Bruiser v Randy Savage: the Macho Man opened w/ a Gutwrench Suplex but was then caught by a Bruiser DDT. Cover, count (pin was 1-2, rolled 2), Bruiser wins! 1 min 3 secs
 
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Match Day 295
Sparta Stadium
San Jose, CA
Referee = Charles Robinson

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Lou Thesz v Jeff Jarrett: this one surprised some people as Double J dominated, earning 5 pin/sub attempts to 1 for Thesz and leading in END +2 to -14 at the time of the pin, which Jarrett earned after a Flying Body Press. 10 min 48 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Pat O’Connor w/ ally Dick the Bruiser v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: this one was barely underway when Ed “Strangler” Lewis (part of Graham’s 4-man faction) DDTd O’Connor. Robinson immediately called for the bell and disqualified Superstar. The heels started to beat O’Connor but were chased away by Bruiser. A tag team bout must be on the horizon. 58 secs

Ivan Putski v The Sheik: things have been quiet lately for the man known as the Most Dangerous Man in the RWF. A pinfall victory over Polish Power after a Swinging Neckbreaker won’t hurt, but it was the post-match event that should increase the buzz around the man from the Syrian desert. The Mouth of the South Jimmy Hart, who recently turned on his longtime client Bret Hart (apparently after finding that the Hitman had grown soft, according to reports), approached the Sheik and told him he would restore his diamond’s luster. The Sheik shook his hand, yelled “aloo, aloo” and hired Hart as his manager! 10 min 7 secs

The Fantastics (making their debut) v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew: the MWC dominated this match, cutting the ring in half and preventing Tommy Rogers from tagging out for much of it. The match went into the 18th minute and everyone had a positive END except for Rogers, who was -24! In addition, the Outsiders came to the ring and disabled Robinson, replacing him with notorious heel referee Bruno Lauer. The Crew performed the final 12 moves of the match and got the pin on Rogers after a Double Hip Toss (Bobby Fulton broke up 3 consecutive pin attempts). The Crew have won 5 consecutive matches since losing the World Tag Team Championship to the Brisco Brothers on MD 259. 17 min 30 secs

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Jumbo Tsuruta v World Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel (non-title bout): the champion put on wrestling clinic, hitting a Gutwrench Suplex, Scoop Slam and Backbreaker, wowing the crowd w/ a Belly-to-Back Suplex and Spinning Spinebuster, and applying a Boston Crab and Indian Deathlock. Tsuruta was forced to submit to the latter at 11 min 50 secs.

MVP TOURNAMENT ROUND 2: Antonio Inoki v Ric Flair: Inoki performed most of the early moves in the match with the highlight a Diving Knee Drop. There were no pin/sub attempts until Inoki hit a Fallaway Slam at the 8 min mark. Flair rallied w/ a Stalling Suplex, Flair Chops and a Press Slam. Inoki earned pin attempts w/ a Flying Body Press and Release German Suplex. Flair landed a Chop Block and followed up w/ a Double-Arm Suplex and cover. Lauer counted, 1-2-kick out at the last second (pin 1-8 w/ +2 Lauer modification, rolled 9)! The Nature Boy had the advantage though now, and pushed it w/ a 2nd Rope Knee Drop and Figure 4. He applied a 2nd Figure 4 in the center of the ring and squeezed. Inoki resisted as long as he could but was forced to tap at 20 min 34 secs. 5 straight wins for Flair!
 
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