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Post subject: MD 303 results  PostPosted: Nov 14, 2018 - 04:48 PM



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Match Day 303
Cape Cod Coliseum
South Yarmouth, MA
Referee = Connie Marker

Argentina Rocca v Giant Baba: Rocca comes in having won 4 of 5 matches and Baba 3 straight. Bill Murray got involved in the action pre-match w/ Rocca feigning a Faceslap w/ Feet, delighting the crowd. Baba had the advantage early after a Coconut Crush and Running Clothesline then locked in a Figure 4. Out of nowhere, Hulk Hogan appeared and broke up the submission hold, KOing Baba for a few seconds (-10 END). Rocca then went on a massive run, performing 7 moves in a row, culminating in a Diving Headbutt Drop and pinfall. 7 min 24 secs

Jimmy Valiant v Jeff Jarrett: the Boogie Woogie Man hit an Elbow Smash early and covered, but Ray Stevens jumped into the ring and broke up the pin. Jarrett had a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights and nearly got the 3-count but Valiant got his foot on the ropes. Jarrett earned a DQ pt for an Eye Gouge. Double J nailed a Swinging Neckbreaker and Valiant a Flying Knee. At 6:30 the match was tied at -2 END. Jarrett connected w/ a Guitar Shot to the back then earned a 2nd DQ pt for another Eye Gouge. Jarrett was on thin ice and played clean the rest of the way, hitting a Release German Suplex and soon after a Jawbreaker. The cover, the count, 1-2-3, Jarrett wins! 10 min 42 secs

Big Van Vader v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: utter annihilation, as Studd dominated from bell to bell. Studd displayed his full arsenal, performing a Short-Armed Clothesline, Studd Slam and Heart Punch. He locked in a Bear Hug but released it to taunt the crowd and gloat (earning 1 heat pt). A subsequent Bear Hug resulted in the submission. ENDs were Vader -18 and Studd +5. 5 min 55 secs

The Fabulous Freebirds v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the Crew come into this one on a 5-match win streak. Early highlight was a Fabulous Freebird Spike Piledriver outside the ring on Ole Anderson after Valiant inadvertently distracted his charge. Impressively, Ole made it back to the ring. Terry Gordy had a sequence in the middle of the bout of Hip Toss, Spike Piledriver and Body Slam. Lars Anderson locked in a Bear Hug but Gordy escaped, possibly by Raking Lars’ Eyes. Michael Hayes tagged in and hit a Slingshot Suplex. He covered, Marker counted, 1-2-3, and the Freebirds w----wait a minute! Commissioner Buttons appeared and reversed the result, announcing that the ‘Birds were disqualified for the illegal Eye Rake! WTF!?!!? The Crew’s streak lives on. Unbelievable! 18 min 23 secs

Magnum TA v Jerry Lawler: Dusty Rhodes grabbed the mic from the ring announcer during Lawler’s entrance, taunting his upcoming opponent Nick Bockwinkel. The match itself was even until Lawler grabbed a Hammer from under the ring steps, moved towards MTA and was about to swing it when he was met by Jumbo Tsuruta. What’s he doing here?!?! Tsuruta wrenched the Hammer away from Lawler and used it on him (-4 END)! He rolled him into the ring, Magnum covered, 1-2-3. All is right with the world – cheating and chicanery are justly punished. 4 min 47 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Nick Bockwinkel: this match kept the crowd interested with fast hard-hitting action. Bockwinkel hit a Body Slam, Running Clothesline and Turnbuckle Ram. Dusty landed a Running Bulldog and DDT. Outside the ring, Rhodes Body Slammed Bockwinkel on the Concrete but Bockwinkel responded by Whipping Dusty into the Ring Steps. Both men were bruised and tired, but a pair of Bionic Elbows decided this one, with the American Dream getting the pinfall at 12 min 8 secs.
 
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Post subject: MD 304 results  PostPosted: Nov 19, 2018 - 05:22 PM



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Match Day 304
Carrier Dome, Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY
Referee = Johnny Shorn

Verne Gagne v Kurt Angle: on MD 302, Angle helped Terry Funk attack Gagne pre-match then later broke up a pin attempt (Gagne went on to win anyways). Angle was too busy jawing w/ the crowd pre-match to notice the opening bell. Gagne took advantage and clamped on the Sleeper, which almost ended the match but Angle broke free just in time. At the 8 minute mark, Angle was exhausted and Gagne not yet tired. The Olympian then rallied, performing the final 6 moves of the match, including a Superplex and Multiple German Suplexes. Angle got the pinfall after his finishing Olympic Slam. 11 min 38 secs

Lou Thesz v Ray Stevens: the Crippler had a near fall early after a Go-Behind Takedown. Thesz had one later after a Belly-to-Belly Suplex. Stevens stayed in the match w/ some chicanery, twice Gouging Lou’s Eye. A Crippling Piledriver gave Stevens a chance to end the match but Thesz kicked out. Lou applied a Double Wristlock then hit an Overhead Suplex and covered. 1-2-3, Thesz wins! Post-match, Jeff Jarrett joined Stevens for a beatdown of Thesz. 13 min 14 secs

The British Bulldogs v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously & the Sheik w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the ring was full pre-match what with both teams, 2 managers, the referee and the ring announcer. The Bulldogs dominated this one, hitting their finishing Powerslam/Diving Headbutt combo 5 times! They got the pin on the Sheik at 12 min 57 secs. But then in the post-match interview backstage, Davey Boy Smith and the Dynamite Kid started arguing, which led to blows! WTF!?!?!?

Hulk Hogan v Hacksaw Duggan: sure, Hulkmaniacs, Duggan’s victory on MD 301 was a fluke, with the referee disqualifying Hogan after Duggan pushed him into the ref. And yes, anyone can go on an 8-move run to start a match like Hacksaw did here. But Hogan fans had to be concerned after Duggan exhausted their man w/ a 3-Point Stance Clothesline and Atomic Drop. Then Giant Baba appeared (Hogan broke up Baba’s pin attempt on Argentina Rocca on MD 303). What would he do? He picked up Duggan’s 2x4 outside the ring and bashed Hogan w/ it, that’s what! Duggan covered, Shorn counted and the Hulkster lost again. Baba celebrated w/ Duggan post-match and made it clear he had turned heel. 8 min 42 secs

Dick the Bruiser v Harley Race w/ ally Superstar Billy Graham: clearly, this heel faction does NOT like Bruiser. Graham and Ed Lewis attempted an assault on Bruiser pre-match, but with the help of United States Champion Pat O’Connor, Dick fought them off. Dick and Harley have some history too (Race won a feud that culminated in a Steel Cage way back on MD 81, and Bruiser knocked Race out of the recent MVP tourney). Race brought a Souvenir Baseball Bat to the ring today, which he used immediately upon the opening bell as Graham distracted Shorn. Superstar tried to pass it to Race a minute later but Bruiser intercepted and used it. Race hit a 2nd Rope Knee Drop and Piledriver. Dick has a Quick Pin Move and nailed a Body Slam, Atomic Drop and Forearm to Chest. Race hit a 2nd Piledriver and shortly after a Bridging Fisherman Suplex. Cover, count, victory for Handsome Harley! Race broke a 7-match winless streak. This rivalry/feud is just heating up though and I think Race may have just won the battle and not the war. 8 min 5 secs

Bret Hart v Ric Flair: this match was tied at +3 END after 5:30. But the MVP, Ric Flair, performed the final 9 moves of the match, including a Belly-to-Belly Suplex, Boston Crab and Exploder Suplex. He finished the Hitman w/ a Back Suplex, getting the pin at 9 min 14 secs. Post-match, the Nature Boy made the championship belt gesture, letting Rick Martel know that his days as World Heavyweight Champion were numbered.
 
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Post subject: MD 305 results  PostPosted: Nov 30, 2018 - 03:30 PM



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Match Day 305
Auditorium Theater
Chicago, IL
Referee = Ralph Hamilton

Ivan Putski v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: in what should have been a battle of biceps and brawn, this match was tainted by the interference of Al Kaissey. Putski twice performed Scoop Slams early. The devious cornerman Sprayed Putski w/ Cologne. Later, just as Putski was establishing some momentum, Al Kaissey Tripped Putski on a Whip to the Ropes. Graham applied the Bearhug and got the submission. 8 min 6 secs

Masked Superstar v The Sheik w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the Sheik earned a big pop pre-match when he promised to apply a "special Chicago Camel Clutch to that mirage, Masked Superstar." This one was feisty. Superstar Slammed Sheik through a Table, applied an Arm Wringer and hit a Body Slam. The Sheik had a Quick Roll-Up but looked second best, so when he reversed Superstar into the Ring Steps, the Mouth of the South saw his chance and battered Superstar w/ his Megaphone. Hamilton called for the bell and disqualified the Sheik. 7 min 39 secs

Jumbo Tsuruta v Kerry Von Erich: this one went back and forth early, w/ Tsuruta hitting a Double Knee Facebuster and Von Erich a Vertical Suplex. Jumbo took control w/ a sweet sequence of Fisherman Suplex, Backdrop Suplex and Jumping Knee, exhausting his opponent and earning the 1st pin attempt of the match. Ray Stevens interjected himself into the match, Slamming Tsuruta into the Ring Steps. Von Erich punished Jumbo w/ a thundering Power Slam and Body Slam. Tsuruta nailed a Sheerdrop Powerbomb and covered, but Von Erich got his shoulder up. An Abdominal Stretch looked like the end but Stevens broke it up, earning a warning and DQ pt. A Leg Scissors Choke by Kerry earned a 2nd DQ pt. Tsuruta finished the match w/ a Backdrop Suplex and cover. 1-2-3, Jumbo wins! Post-match, Goldberg joined Tsuruta for a beatdown of Von Erich. 14 min 47 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Ed "Strangler" Lewis w/ ally Harley Race: the Dragon looked good early, landing Knife Edge Chips and a Karate Thrust and executing a Head Scissor Takedown and a pair of Tiger Suplexes. Strangler had to know he was in for a fight. Lewis got some offense in w/ a Bridging German Suplex and Flying Dropkick, but Steamboat kept up the pressure w/ a Kesagiri Chop and Arm Drag. A Spinning Leg Hold, Sunset Flip an Body Slam ceded control to Lewis, and the devastating Stranglehold resulted in the submission. This was the 3rd win in a row for Lewis and 6th in 7th matches. 14 min 1 sec

Antonio Inoki v Jimmy Snuka: Snuka was seen commisserating backstage w/ the referee pre-match. Superfly opened w/ 7 consecutive moves, including Multiple Chops, a Tiger Suplex and Knee Drop. The two then took turns exchanging blows w/ Inoki executing a Running Clothesline, Cobra Twist and Big Slap and Snuka a Flying Body Splash and Backbreaker. Inoki had a chance for the pin after a Piledriver, but it certainly appeared to this commentator that Hamilton slow-counted, and Snuka easily kicked out (this was the result of the pre-match event btw). Undeterred, Inoki pounded Snuka w/ Bare Knuckled Punches and covered anew, but Snuka got his foot on the ropes at the last second (pin 1-7, rolled 5 but 6 6-sided). Snuka nailed a Superplex and Multiple Chops and covered. Hamilton counted, 1-2-3, Snuka wins! Snuka's cockiness in his post-match interview infuriated the proud Inoki, and a rematch was scheduled for MD 308.

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the Crew came in on a 6-match win streak, and perhaps they were overconfident, as the champions were seen studying tape pre-match while Ole and Lars Anderson were lounging and joking. Each man gave as good as he got early w/ Lars nailing a Power Slam, Animal a Uranage, Ole a Clothesline and Hawk a Neckbreaker. The Warriors took control in the 8th minute, beginning w/ an Animal Bear Hug, continuing w/ a Press Slam & Body Splash combo and culminating in the Doomsday Device. Ole broke up the pin but the writing was on the wall. Hawk distracted Hamilton while Animal Choked Ole w/ the Tag Rope. The Warriors hit another Device and Hawk a Body Slam. A 3rd Doomsday Device resulted in the pinfall. The champions have now had 3 straight successful title defenses. 17 min 1 sec
 
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Match Day 306
Auditorium Theater
Chicago, IL
Referee = Tom Hamilton

Jumbo Tsuruta v Jerry Lawler: on MD 303, Lawler was about to bash Magnum TA w/ a Hammer but Jumbo intervened and used the Hammer on him, allowing MTA to get the pin. Solid match here. Lawler earned an early pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press then hit a Release German Suplex and Elbow Drop. Tsuruta responded w/ a Jumbo Knee and Jumbo Lariat. Lawler hit a Back Suplex and Gutwrench Suplex. Tsuruta performed a Diving Dropkick. At the 7:30 mark the match was knotted at -4 END. Lawler nailed his finisher, a 2nd Rope Fistdrop but couldn’t get the 3-count. Jumbo applied a Chickenwing but Lawler escaped. Tsuruta then caught Lawler in a painful Abdominal Stretch. Submission! That is 4 straight defeats for the King. 9 min 13 secs

Bob Backlund v Randy Savage: Backlund got the count-out victory on MD 302 after Savage missed a Flying Elbow outside the ring. Here, Backlund earned some confidence after being complimented by an all-time great, the injured Bruno Sammartino (+5 END). The Macho Man seemed in control early after a Vertical Suplex, Gutwrench Suplex and Eye Gouge. Each man earned a pin attempt, Savage w/ a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights and Backlund w/ the more kosher Small Package. Backlund applied a Leg Lock then caught Savage in a Sleeper Hold. The Macho Man broke free but was still woozy when Backlund performed a Sunset Flip. 1-2-3, Backlund wins! 4 consecutive losses for Savage. 10 mins

The High Flyers v The Brisco Brothers: Jack Brisco twisted his ankle early in the match and was markedly limited (reduce Control rating by 1). The Flyers hit Double Flying Dropkicks and Greg Gagne showed a vicious side by Slamming Jack through the Announcer’s Table. The match was winding down, the Briscos combined for a Drop Toe Hold and Elbow Drop and covered but Jim Brunzell kicked out. Jack positioned himself and Brunzell for a Superplex and nailed the crowd-pleasing maneuver. But before he could cover, the bell rang, indicating that 30 minutes had elapsed, and the match was declared a time limit draw.

Dusty Rhodes v Jeff Jarrett: Dusty went at Jarrett hard and dirty early, hitting him w/ a Flashlight and Steel Chair, delivering a pair of Powerbombs and Slamming him through the Announcer’s Table. Double J got in a few single point moves, but it wasn’t enough, and the American Dream earned the pinfall after a devastating Bionic Elbow. 3 straight wins and 5 out of 6 for Rhodes. 11 min 26 secs

Andre the Giant v Terry Funk: hmm, let’s look at Funk’s checklist and see how he did: (1) pre-match sneak attack = FAIL as Andre was ready for it; (2) don’t get Choked by Andre early = FAIL , self-explanatory; and (3) bash Andre w/ Nightstick = FAIL as Argentina Rocca dispossessed Funk and used it on him. Funk did manage to impress w/ a pair of Headlock Takedowns on the behemoth and a Moonsault. But a Kick to Face and Andre’s loose adherence to the rules (he also Kicked him in the Groin and used that same Nightstick on him) wore Funk down, and a Bear Hug finished him. Submission at 9 min 45 secs.

Magnum TA v Nick Bockwinkel: a battle between 2 of the most decorated men in Retro Wrestling Federation history. MTA is a 2x World Heavyweight Champion and Bockwinkel of course is a 4x Champion. The excitement was palpable. Pre-match it was MTA who had the advantage after he blocked Bockwinkel’s Mobile Phone assault and used the weapon on him (-5 END). Undeterred, Bockwinkel raced out the gate when the bell rang, hitting a Flying Shoulder Smash before settling into a routine of cheating as he performed a Blatant Choke, Gouged Magnum’s Eye and executed a Thumb to Throat (earning only 1 DQ pt from the blind Hamilton). Magnum hit a Stalling Suplex and Bockwinkel an Arm Drag. Bockwinkel looked a little frustrated after failing to get the 3-count after a Piledriver and Go-Behind Takedown & Roll-Up, but quickly changed tack, confusing and then pummeling Magnum w/ his preferred foreign object, his CPR Doll! Another Piledriver, Hamilton counted 1-2-3, and Bockwinkel emerged victorious. 9 min 42 secs
 
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