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Post subject: AWA/Memphis 6-27  PostPosted: Jun 27, 2016 - 05:15 AM



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Tilly Taylor’s Peach Orchid & Margo Flowers Bakery presents;
NWA GA/FL (1980)
Augusta Arena – Augusta, GA Att: 6,554



Commentators; Stan Rhodes & Freddie Miller
Referees; Bill McMinn & Bobby Simmons
Ring; Cookie Googleman Fleck Interviews; Burt Sugar

1. Soul Train Jones and The Turk Ali Bey; Double Count-Out. The action for its short amout of time wouldn’t stay in the ring. I think that the past differences were reflected on the shirt that Ali wore to the ring. It read “The Turk vs The Jerk.” The action in the ring belonged to Jones who used dropkicks to frustrate Ali. Jones made the mistake of following The Turk out of the ring. Ali Bey was determined to get Jones into a street fight. They were both counted out. 3:34

2. The Mulkey’s (Bill and Randy) won by DQ over A & R Wrecking Crew (Wild Bill Ash and Pat Rose) with Downtown Bruno. The Wrecking Crew did what they always do best; Dirty Doubleteaming. With Bruno distracting Referee Bobby Simmons, the Crew took charge and used Foreign Objects and ringside Objects to pummel Bill & Randy. The Mulkey’s had enough so Wild Bill went for the pin. Just as the count was going to be 3, Bill would pull Bill up. Then Pat did the same to Randy. It was a game of torture until Referee Bobby Simmons had enough. He warned the Crew and Bruno. Bruno jumped in the ring to protest. Wild Bill and Pat were in Simmons face. Wild Bill pushed Simmons who immediately called for the bell. The Mulkey’s had a win. 6:08

3. Rip Morgan with Downtown Bruno beat Ray Candy. Candy was being interviewed by Burt Sugar when Rip and Bruno came to disrupt. Morgan grabbed a Flood Lamp and smashed it to Candy’s leg. The 350+ LB Candy crashed to the floor. Ray was able to make it to the ring for his scheduled match although he was limping. Morgan was unable to move Candy in the ring although he tried every move in his arsenal. Candy was able to throw Morgan into the Turnbuckle and perform a Squash. Bruno reached in the ring and hit Candy with a cane. Ray could have had the pin but bailed from the ring to chase Bruno. Morgan who was totally dazed was able to get to his wobbly feet and legs as Referee Bill McMinn counted Ray Candy out. 4:41

4. Mike Jackson won by DQ over Jesse Barr. Barr, who has bragged lately about his ability and that he is being denied a chance at the Florida Title, resorted to using a sharp Object to seriously cut Mike. Blood was flowing and the 1st thing everyone though was that the match would be called. The Match went to the UNUSUAL ending. Referee Bobby Simmons who didn’t trust the cut from regular action was looking for a Foreign Object. Barr had to get rid of the Sharp Object but dropped it as he was trying to toss it away. Referee Bobby Simmons immediately called for the bell. 5:19 (Note – Burt Sugar who is writing for Wrestling Monthly was conferring with George Vessichio, who does the ratings. Burt was seen to scratch Jesse’s name from the Florida ratings as Vessichio nodded.)

5. Dirty Dick Slater won by Count-Out over Tommy Lane. Lane who is a rookie showed that he certainly belongs. He had some good moves that left Slater a bit frustrated. In fact Lane used a Gourd Buster on Slater that had a pin but Referee Bill McMinn was slow in reacting. Slater who is very clever knew enough to bail from the ring and Lane made the mistake of following. They got into a brawl near the TV Equipment and Slater tied Lane in the cords. Slater ran back to the ring as Lane was trying to get out from under the cords. Lane was Counted-Out. In spite of the loss Tommy Lane got a huge ovation of appreciation after the match. Everyone wonders if this could mean that Lane will take Jesse Barr’s place in the ratings. 8:48

6. The Koloff’s (Nikita and Krusher Khrushev) with Uncle Ivan won by Count-Out over The Castilians Hercules Ayala and Cyclone Negro). During a confusing melee before the match, Ayala was hit with a Chain. The injury was serious enough to deduct points that the team could not afford to lose. In spite of the lost points, Ayala and Negro were able to match The Koloff’s power game in the ring. Unfortunately for The Castilians the action went OOR where Uncle Ivan could join in giving The Koloff’s the edge. Ayala and Negro held their own but Hercules got hit again with a chain again and was not going to make it back to the ring as the legal man. Khrushev (the Koloff legal man)was able to beat the count. 16:45

7. The Masked Superstar with Percy Pringle pinned Barry Windham. Pringle and The Superstar were warned about foul play because of their tainted past. Pringle took offense claiming that Referee Bill McMinn had it in for him. McMinn ordered Pringle to get rid of a Bottle that contained fruit juice. Pringle showed McMinn a letter from Dr. Lyalot. It read that Pringle was on a special diet and needed the fruit juice at 5 minute intervals. After conferring with Referee Bobby Simmons and making a call, McMinn allowed Pringle to keep the Fruit Juice Bottle. Windam controlled the match with his Whip moves and Dropkicks. During one of the Dropkicks Referee Bill McMinn was hit and dazed. Percy Pringle immediately too advantage, ran in the ring and smashed the Bottle of Fruit Juice over Barry’s Head. Windham was KO’d. Referee Bill McMinn woke to see Masked Superstar pinning Windham. 13:10
 
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Post subject: SE Wrestling 6-28  PostPosted: Jun 28, 2016 - 08:39 AM



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The Shake Shack and Blimpie’s presents;
NWA/SE Wrestling (1980)
Miami Beach Convention Center – Miami, FL Att: 8,964



Commentators; Gordie Solie & Buddy Colt
Referees; Frenchy Bernard & Jimmy McGuire
Ring; Stefan Vanderhoff /Interviews; Buck Laughlin

1. Kendo Nagasaki with Oliver Humperdink; Asian Nerve Hold Submission over Denny Brown. Nagasaki dressed as The Black Ninja got into Ring Announcer Stefon Vanderhoff’s face and without a word, Stefon made a quick exit from the ring. Stefon had already announced both wrestlers for the match but this was intimidation at its best. Kendo received extra points for scaring the Ring Announcer and added more points when he rolled on his Cheat Modifier. Young Denny who is being called Downtown Brown had a tough time with Nagasaki although he was able to get in a Clothesline and a Falling Elbow Smash that had kendo shaking his head. Nagasaki used a Spin Kick that flattened Brown and then hooked in the Asian Nerve Hold. Brown had no choice but to Submit. 4:35

2. Cowboy Frankie Laine; Headlock Bulldog Pin over Buck “Butcher” Brannigan. Brannigan was greeted with boos and cup throwing. He responded by tearing up a glossy photo of Frankie Laine that a fan had bought. The arguing with the fans began and Butcher kept it up in the ring. He became distracted and against Laine it was a mistake. As Brannigan was waving his fist at a lady in the 2nd row, the Cowbot hit Butcher with a Fling Knee that had Butcher reeling. Laine hooked in his arm around the neck and performed the Headlock Bulldog for the Pin. 6:51

3. Sweet Brown Sugar (Skip Young) won by DQ over Rotten Ron Starr with Peaches. Starr who has few if any legitimate moves mauled his way through this match while Sugar was trying to show the scientific style. Starr’s finally won out but Sugar was able to reverse a Chairshot that left Starr seeing stars. Sweer Brown performed a Skull Smasher that would have gotten the pin on Rotten Ron but Peaches jumped on Referee Frenchy Bernard. Bernard called for the DQ. 6:07

4. The Desperados (Ron Bass and Black Bart) with J.J. Dillon beat the New York Rockers (Al Perez and Jumping Joe Savoldi). The Rockers had the advantage with speed and high flying moves. They used their doubleteaming to keep an even flow for their team. Dillon who is not one to stand by and watch his team taken to task was able to smash a Bottle of Jack Daniels in the back of Al Perez’s head KO’ing him on the side of the ring while Savoldi was in the ring with Black Bart. Dillon distracted Referee Jimmy McGuire while Ron Bass helped Bart with a Dirty Doubleteam. Bass used a Texas Gourdbuster to down Savoldi and Bart followed with a Texas Trash Compactor (Vicious Falling Elbow). Referee Jimmy McGuire turned to see the Pin by Bart over Savoldi. 17:35

5. Crazy Luke Graham with Percy Pringle and Private Jim Nelson; No Contest. Graham actually lost points on his Technical Modifier. Actually Graham has no Technical Skills and it is his weakness. Of course he makes up for it in the Cheat whenever that is the roll. Nelson who does not give away size held his own and was hooking in moves that Graham could not match. With Nelson maybe ready to try a pin, Rotten Ron Starr and Butcher Brannigan came to ringside. Friends of Nelson; The Kernodle’s (Don and Rocky) followed. It was inevitable that all four invaders would end up in the ring. It was Chaos with Chairs and 2 x 4’s. Referee Frenchy Bernard called for a No Contest although he was giving it verbally to Percy Pringle calling Brannigan and Starr; Hired Goons. Stopped at 7:29

6. The Spoiler I with Percy Pringle; Walk Rope Elbow Drop Pin over Brett Wayne. The very popular Wayne from Orlando was awarded points when he received an award for helping Flood Victims during the last tropical storm. While Wayne was getting the award, Pringle wanted to interfere but The Spoiler stopped him. The match went on after the award ceremony. Wayne using speed was able to perform a Diving Cross Body and later a Top Rope Clothesline that almost led to to a pin. The Spoiler caught Wayne with a Reverse Head Slam that led to a Falling Knee Crunch. The Spoiler used his Walk the Ropes Falling Elbow to put Wayne down and Pinned. 10:42

7. Florida Heavyweight Title – Captain Redneck (Champion) and Paul Jones (Challenger); Double Count-Out. Jones who had wrestled as Mr. Florida now came out as Paul Jones with an attitude. The fans were a bit confused in the beginning as he received some cheers although he wasn’t penalized because of the new attitude and the confusion. Several fists to the fans and the new rough style was all it took to show and disappoint fans about the new Paul Jones. Jones used Karate Chops and an Elbow Drop to daze Captain Redneck (Dick Murdock). The Captain wasn’t about to stay dazed for long as he fought back using his veteran talents. The Match went the UNUSUAL CHART. The wrestlers took the action OOR and were brawling up the ramp. Everyone knew that this would end in a Count-Out. Redneck and Jones fought through the Food Court and out to the Parking Lot. Captain Redneck retains the Florida Title. 12:48
 
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Post subject: S/E/ Wrestling 6-30  PostPosted: Jun 30, 2016 - 08:45 AM



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Kitchen on George & The Royal Scam presents;
SE/FL/GA Wrestling 1980
Mobile Civic Center – Mobile, AL Att: 8.412



Commentators; Jess McGrath & Barbara Clary
Referees; Burrhead Jones & Speedy Hatfield
Ring; “Da Voice” Artie Decker Interviews; Lennie Pike

1. Tony Anthony won by DQ over Nobleman Joe Turko. This match never got off the ground. Turko attacked Anthony before the match. Anthony who is a well-respected rookie has gained a lot of fans along with fellow rookie Len Denton especially when they team up. Anthony was signing autographs and slpping hands when Turko snuck up from behind and smashed a Chair over Tony’s head. Referee Burrhead Jones called for a No Contest after Anthony crashed to the floor unable to get to the ring. Burrhead thought about it and signaled for a DQ against Turko who jumped in the ring to protest but kept his distance not trusting Burrhead who was known for a Vicious Head Butt when he competed in the ring. 0:00

2. The Mod Squad (Spike and Basher) with J.D. Costello won by Count-Out over The Playboys (Steve Armstrong and Mike Graham). With Armstrong and Spike in the ring, Basher and J.D. Costello, who had a Tire Iron, attacked Graham. Armstrong saw the attack and bailed from the ring to save his partner. Spike stayed in the ring and accepted the win as Referee Speedy Hatfield, who missed the OOR incident, counted Armstrong out. Up to this point in the match the Playboys, as expected, were handling the two disgraced ex-policemen from New Orleans. Their real names are Mack and Jim Jeffers. 9:25

3. Bob Rusty Riddle pinned Bobby “Porkchop” Cash. This match became a confusing mess. Several Army of Darkness members wandered near the ring. The distraction bothered Porkchop and confused Rusty who had no association with AOD. Porkchop who had a verbal confrontation with Luna and Lock a month ago knew exactly why the irritating members were here. Referee Burrhead Jones tried to keep order and was sending the members back to the locker area when The Dream disguised as a vendor, eneterd the ring with a 2 x 4 and hit Porchop in the back of the head. Cash collapsed to the canvas. Riddle, not on to refused a sure thing, hooked the leg and was pinning Cash as Burrhead turned to see the action. 4:53

4. Ron Slinker with Abudadein; Martial Arts Pin over Scott McGhee. Slinker rolled on his Cheat modifier and added extra points to his total. Cheating is Slinker’s middle name. Lennie Pike interviewed Slinker who came across well for the promotion on TV. McGhee interrupted the interview throwing Slinker off kilter and removing the points he had gained from Cheating and then some. This was a rough match with Scott using Flying moves to gain an edge but suffering OOR when Slinker choked him on the Guard Rail after Abudadein hit Scott with a Soda Bottle. Scott re-entered the ring but was greeted with a Loaded Jawbuster by Slinker. Slinker tried to hold up McGhee and show off a few Karate Chops but it was overkill. McGhee was out on his feet. Slinker made the pin. 6:09

5. Flamboyant Eric Embry; Piledriver Pin over Tracy Smothers. During OOR Action Eric used a Trash Can over Tracy’s back to weaken him. This gave Eric the advantage. Tracy fought back in the ring with a Headcracker and a Corkscrew Splash. Smother made the mistake of trying a leap from the Turnbuckle and Embry was able to lift a Knee to the stomach. Embry followed with a Running Face Smash and then the Piledriver Pin. 7:39

6. Harley Race won by Count-Out over Tommy Rich. Rich was using his scientific moves in the ring to control the match but followed Race who bailed OOR. Several slams to the Steel Steps and a Whip to the Post had Rich reeling but far from out. Rich threw Race into the TV equipment. Race decided to re-enter the ring. As Tommy tried to re-enter Harley hit Rich in the Forehead with A Fake NWA Belt that was a present from Terry Funk. Rich was KO’d OOR. Referee Speedy Hatfield counted Rich out. 12:48

7. Vacant United States Title – Along with the Referee Burrhead Jones there will be 3 Bouncers to keep out interference; Frenchy Bernard, Buddy Colt and Bob Dalton. Kevin Sullivan protested these stipulations saying he was not informed when Jake Roberts signed this match against Superstar Graham. Sullivan was told by Colt to “Take it or leave it and the Belt.”

Superstar Graham; Throat Slam Suplex Pin over Jake “Snake” Roberts with Kevin Sullivan. To add to Sullivan and Roberts’ woes Graham had a great interview adding points to his total. Graham who was a member of AOD has parted ways and is hated by his former stablemates. Mainly he is despised by Sullivan. Roberts was able to use his abilities during the early goings to gain an advantage; Falling Head Slam, Running Clothesline and Choke Using Ropes. Graham with his power fought back and finally caught Jake with a Crucifix Drop. It was the beginning of the end. The Throat Slam Suplex was the finishing touch to Graham’s quest for the belt. Superstar Graham is the NEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWW United States Champion. 15:27
 
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Post subject: SE Wrestling 7-3  PostPosted: Jul 03, 2016 - 08:55 AM



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The Brown Bag & Sweet P’s Bar-B-Q presents;
SE Wrestling (1980)
James White Civic Center – Knoxville, TN Att: 6,336




Commentators; Jay Goodley & Ed Capral
Referees; Tony Torres & Rick Ferrera
Ring; Sam Malone Interviews; Kid Twist

1. Joe “Demon” Turner; Falling Knee to Throat Pin over John Boy Ruffin. John Boy who is trying to show that he belongs took a lesson in roughness from Turner who likes to hurt and hurt again. The Demon used a Thumbscrew to Throat several times and was warned and warned again. Referee Tony Torres, usually a no-nonsense referee gave a bit a leeway because it was the opening match and the fans were settling. Turner used a Vicious Double Rope Burn that had young Ruffin blinded for the moment. An uppercut put John Boy down and the Knee that hit the Throat was more than enough to get the Pin. 3:49

2. Dickie Steinborn; Flying Body Press over Big Pete Austin. Austin used the only moves he knows; Kick to the Groin an Skullcrusher to get a slight advantage. It didn’t last long as Steinborn used fling quick moves capped by a Flying Missile Shot and had Austin reeling. As Big Pete got to his feet, Dickie hit him with the Flying Body Press for the Pin. Steinborn who is very popular in East Tennessee and Alabama had the fans on their feet cheering. When not on a card in the Southeast Wrestling Steinborn is often at the Commentators Table or doing Interviews. 4:25

3. The Stud Stable (Ron Fuller and Jimmy Golden) with Brenda Britton won by Count-Out over the Rocky’s (Jones and King). The action in this match went OOR several times. Surprisingly the Rocky’s were able to handle their own in the early going. In fact OOR King used a Smash to the Steps on Fuller while Jones was punishing Golden with a Rib Crusher. Brenda was yelling for a DQ against the Rocky’s but this OOR action did not warrant. The Stud Stable took charge when the action went OOR again. Fuller Kicked Jones in the Face with a Loaded Boot and Golden performed a Headbuster to the Post on King. Brenda hit King in the back of the head with a bottle KO’ing him. Golden slipped back in the ring and Rocky King, the legal man, was Counted-Out. 8:41

4. King Curtis Iaukea with Luna and Jimmy Garvin; Double Count-Out. Garvin used his speed to try and control the match while King Curtis was rough shodding his way with size and several illegal moves. The action went OOR where AOD’s The Dream and Kharma Moliki ran to ringside to help King Curtis. They were followed by Dickie Steinborn and Mike Graham who ran out to protect Garvin. This became a Pier 6 Brawl. Referee Rick Ferrera called the Double DQ just as Luna was running over with a Fire Extinguisher. The Extinguisher has been one of her favorite weapons. 7:48

5. Don Kernodle won by Count-Out over Tiger Jeet Singh. Kernodle did a terrific interview with Kid Twist. During the interview Don, dressed in Red, White, and Blue, waved the American Flag and talked about the honor of having served his country. He had points added to his total. Tiger Jeet complained that he should have the right to praise his country and wave his flag for extra points. The match was fairly even when it went to the UNUSUAL CHART. Tiger bailed from the ring and got into a beef with the interviewer Kid Twist. Tiger then verbally attacked Jay Goodley and Ed Capral. While all this was going on, Referee Tony Torres counted Singh out. Tiger Jeet grumbled all the way back to the locker room as the fans cheered and cheered again. 8:26

6. SE/NWA Tag Title – The Silver Bullets (Jerry Oates and Kendall Windham)(Champions) beat Asian Invasion (Kendo Nagasaki and The Great Kabuki)(Challengers) with Oliver Humperdink. It was abvious from the get-go that Oliver Humperdink wanted this belt and he was sure he was going to get it. He had previously degraded The Silver Bullets as weak and unworthy. The Invasion worked well in the early stages of the match. They were tagging in and out and using some Karate moves that slowed the Bullets. The Bullets came back using combined Whip Moves, Dropkicks and a Flying Clothesline that had Nagasaki gasping. With Referee Rick Ferrera dazed from a collision, Kabuki, on the Ring Apron, spit Green Mist. It missed Jerry Oates and got Nagasaki in the face. Kabuki in desperation grabbed a kendo Stick and swung. That also hit Nagasaki who was now KO’s. Oates had the pin as Referee Rick Ferrera turned to see the action. The Silver Bullets retain the SE/NWA Tag Title. 18:34

7. Ivan Koloff with Nikita won by Count-Out over Magnum T.A. The Koloff’s started during their entrance by tipping over the Press Table and Slamming a Chain to the Post OOR. The fans were actually intimidated which pleased the Koloff’s to no end. They were awarded points. Magnum seemed to have the advantage and came close to a pin several times as he performed a Bombs Awat DDT and a Flying Elbow Smash. Nikita got involved when Referee Tony Torres was distracted, by pulling Magnum from the pin. Magnum slipped OOR to face Nikita but was greeted with a Chain Smash that cut Magnum’s forehead. Magnum TA was unable to get back to the ring. 15:53
 
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Post subject: S/E Wrestling 7-6  PostPosted: Jul 06, 2016 - 08:28 AM



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Green Truck Pub & The Boar’s Head presents;
NWA-SE/GA/FL (1980)
Savannah Civic Center – Savannah, GA Att: 7,556



Commentators; Stan Rhodes & Col. Homer O’Dell
Referees; Bobby Simmons & Scappy McGowan
Ring; Ira Buchman Interviews; Gordie Solie

1. Brad Armstrong; Russian Leg Sweep Pin over Hangman Len Kruger. Kruger stomped around the ring in his usual “attempt to” intimidate style. Armstrong wasn’t impressed although Ring Announcer Ira Buchman hurried out of the ring. The Hangman was able to kick Brad from the ring at one point but Armstrong quickly made his way back. From then on it was downhill for Kruger. A Diving Crossbody set up Brad’s Russian Leg Sweep Pin. (Note – Ira Buchman, who owns Buchman’s Sporting Goods, was the manager of Gorilla Boy to very little success in house shows around NYC. Gorilla Boy was Magnificent Marvin dressed like a Gorilla.) 4:03

2. Krusher Khrushev with Ivan Koloff; Siberian leg Lock Submission over Len Denton. The Rookie Denton was up against the iron in this one and had to have eyes in the back of his head to avoid the rough tactics. Khrushev threw Denton OOR where Ivan used a Flag to smash Denton several times. Denton was able to crawl back in the ring but was hit with a Russian Hammer (Slam to the Chest). Khrushev hooked in the Leg Lock and it was light’s out. 3:14

3. Angel of Death with Playboy Gary Hart won by Count-Out over Bugsy McGraw. This was a slugfest in the ring with neither gaining the advantage. Gary Hart, who is well aware of Bugsy’s “Take No Prisoners” attitude, started to get a bit worried. Pac Song who was waiting for Gary for an interview with Gordie Solie wandered over to ringside. Hart tripped Bugsy who immediately bailed from the ring. McGraw started wailing on Hart. Pac Song got in the action to protect his manager. The Angel od Death stayed in the ring while Referee Bobby Simmons counted Bugsy out. 6:59

4. The Jayhawkers (Bobby Jaggers and Dutch Mantel) beat the Cowboys (Sam Houston and Nelson Royal). The Cowboys took it to The Jayhawkers and it appeared as though they would gain the victory but the Referee and a Bottle of Jack Daniels altered the course of the match. Nelson Royal, a master of scientific moves, hooked in a Cross Face Chicken Wing on Bobby Jaggers. This was a sure submission because Royal is as effective with this hold as Bob Backlund. Unfortunately Sam Houston tried to enter the ring when he saw Dutch Mantel make a move. Scrappy McGowan ran over to hold Houston back. Mantel had his chance and made to most of it. He ran over and smashed a Bottle of Jack Daniels to the back of Nelson’s head. Nelson Royal crashed to the canvas. McGowan turned to see Jaggers pinning Royal. 15:16

5. Al Perez pinned Maya Singh with Kevin Sullivan. Singh and mainly Sullivan had an interview with Gordie Solie. Interviews are Sullivan’s frosting on the cake. He can boast about his Army of Darkness and taking over the World of Wrestling. He can bow to the Dark Side. Perez, a no non-sense wrestler, who is ½ of the successful New York Rocker tag team with Jumping Joe Savoldi decided that Sullivan and Singh didn’t need the interview. He walked in on the set and claimed that it was time for the match. In fact it was time but Sullivan is usually given a bit of leeway. Referee Bobby Simmons called for the wrestlers. Sullivan was livid and he was screaming. This put Maya Sing off kilter. The speedy Perez eventually took charge in the ring. Sullivan called Singh to the side to confer. When Singh turned around Perez hit him with a Super Kick. Sullivan tried to interfere but was stopped as Jumping Joe Savoldi came to ringside. Perez climbed the ropes and performed a Tope Rope Leap for the Pin. 7:25

6. Billy Jack won by DQ over Maddog Buzz Sawyer with Kevin Sullivan. Once again Sullivan along with Buzz went to Solie’s corner for an interview on WCIX-TV. Billy Jack, who watched Al Perez irritate Kevin Sullivan, decided that interruption was a great idea. Sullivan was already angry and this interruption put him over the top; “I’ll get you Billy or Jack or whatever your name is. You had better keep an eye on me during the match.” This was another even match that could have gone either way but Sullivan allowed Billy Jack to get under his skin. Determined to hurt Billy jack for his intrusion in Sullivan’s world, Kevin waited for the right moment of distraction and Threw a Fireball. Unfortunately he blinded Referee Scrappy McGowan. Referee Bobby Simmons at ringside jumped in the ring and called the DQ. He also called for security to escort Sullivan and any members of his stable out of the arena. 11:51

7. NWA S/E TV Title – King Konga (Challenger) won by DQ over David Von Erich (Champion) with J.J. Dillon. Konga was greeted with cheering. Although he looks intimidating the fans have taken to him and would like to see him as the TV Champion. David Von Erich and Dillon were greeted with boos and cups thrown. Von Erich has become one of the most despised wrestlers in S/E Wrestling and currently sits atop the most hated rakings in front of Kevin Sullivan, Kendo Nagasaki, King Curtis and Abdullah the Butcher. The match went back and forth with Konga able to muscle his way to an possible advantage. Von Erich had a slight advantage in points when the action went OOR. The Desperados came on the scene and were fighting with Konga as David Von Erich crawled back in the ring. Konga was counted out but Referee Bobby Simmons ruled a DQ in favor of Konga because Ron Bass and Black Bart (The Desperados) didn’t belong in the arena. David Von Erich retains the NWA S/E TV Title 14:09
 
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Shenandoah Peanuts & General Pickett’s Buffet presents;
NWA/MA/SE Wrestling (1980’s)
Richmond Coliseum – Richmond, VA Att: 10,138




Commentators; Ray Reeve & Logger Larson
Referees; Tommy Young & Lucky Roberts
Ring; Sherri Ann Cabot Interviews; Buck Laughlin

1. Mike Starbuck won by DQ over Pretty Boy Larry Sharp. This match was all Pretty Boy. Irish Whip and Hammer, Backward Head Slam and a Reverse Piledriver had Starbuck down for the count but Sharp pulled him up so he could add more punishment. Starbuck bailed from the ring, probably willing to take a Count-Out at this point. Sharp followed Mike OOR. During the action at ringside, Pretty Boy threw a Trash Can Lid that sailed like a Frisbee and hit Referee Tommy Young in the leg. Young called for the DQ awarding the match to Starbuck. Sharp slammed the Trash Can over Starbuck’s back in frustration 3:36

2. Gorgeous George South won by Count-Out over Jay Youngblood. During OOR Action, Younblood hit South with a Flying Axe Handle that had George dazed. South would have been fodder back in the ring. Larry Sharp still upset about the decision in the opening match, wandered to ringside and started fighting with Youngblood. Jay was not Mike Starbuck and was going to punish Sharp for the intrusion. Several Tomahawk Chops had Pretty Boy shking on the floor from pain. In between George South made it back in the ring and was awarded the Count-Out win when Referee Lucky Roberts count reached the limit. 5:10

3. Mr’s of Evil (Mr. Ito and Mr. Pogo) with Hiro Matsuda beat Denny Brown and Gene Ligon. The Mr’s wasted no time in starting the action as they attacked before the match. This started the bell but not any retaliation. Dirty Doubleteaming was the norm for Ito and Pogo in this match. Hiro Matsuda spent his time trying to distract Referee Tommy Young. Pogo had some Orient Dust that he used to throw in Ligon’s Eyes. Denny Brown tried to come to Gene’s aid but was greeted with a Spin Kick that sent him crashing to the floor. Mr. Ito hooked in the Deadly Nerve Hold and the blinded Ligon had no choice but to Submit. 7:48

4. Jumping Joe Savoldi won by DQ over The Dream (Mike Davis) with Abudadein. Savoldi and The Dream had a fairly even match with Savoldi’s aerial moves taking a toll on Dream as the match progressed. This had an UNUSUAL CHART ending; Abudadein who had to leave his snake, Beelzebub, in the locker room had a bottle of Devil’s Brew (called dark Side Ale). Waiting for what he thought was the right moment he tried to hit Savoldi in the head with the bottle. Referee Luck Roberts saw the bottle and the attempted infraction. Roberts called for the DQ. 9:12

5. Hercules Ayala and Magnificent M; Double DQ. Magnificent M had the fans confused as to his status although Hercules was a crowd pleaser. It didn’t take long for M to show his rough style. He kicked Hercules from behind before the match. What the fans also found out was that M was no push over. In fact he knew his way around the ring. M had a Sharp Object that he tried to use to cut Hercules but he dropped the Foreign Object. After bailing from the ring M re-entered with a Folded Steel Chair. Referee Tommy Young called for the DQ. Ayala in between had picked up the Sharp Object from the canvas and was holding it. Young saw the object and ruled Double DQ. (Magnificent M is Don Muraco who actually had a shaven head under the mask so the mask would fit tightly.) 12:32

6. Mr. Wrestling II; Belly to Back Suplex Pin over Pac Song with Playboy Gary Hart. Pac Song established his presence by tipping over the Press Table on his way to the ring. Pac, who is from Korea, is not an excitable individual so any actions like tipping over tables or throwing items is from the instructions of Playboy Gary Hart. Gary on the other hand is full of Gary. Mr. Wrestling II, the crowd pleaser, was using his scientific moves to control the match. Pac was able to get in some Karate Thrusts and unexpected Spin Kick. Playboy tried to hit Wrestling II with a Roll of Coins. He missed and hit Pac Song in the stomach. This was the beginning of the end. Mr. Wrestling II performed a Million $ Knee Lift and followed with the Belly to Back Suplex. Gary Hart trying desperately to reach the action slipped from the Ring Apron. 11:49

7. Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson) beat Army of Darkness (Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze) with Luna and The Lock. AOD and especially Kevin Sullivan was thrilled when their Cheating Modifier was rolled. This is exactly what they needed to begin this match in a month where Sullivan’s weird stable has suffered a number of defeats. The Rock & Roll Express still had the point advantage but the difference had AOD well within the reach of a win. During the instructions AOD tried to lure R & R into a handshake but Morton and Gibson were ready with dropkicks to the faces. Rock & Roll controlled the match through Body Presses and Dropkicks. This went to the Unusual Chart; Luna and The Lock had to find a method of turning the tide. Luna found a Fire Extinguisher and she got it ready for use (Spray Foam to Morton who was in the ring). Referee Tommy Young was dazed from a collision. The Lock trying to help Luna hit the button and the Foam came out covering Purple Haze. Sullivan ran in the ring and so did Robert Gibson. Morton and Gibson used the Double Drop Kick on Sullivan and the Foam Covered Purple Haze. As Referee Tommy Young shook off the daze, Morton was pinning Haze. 16:43
 
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NWA/SE Wrestling (1980)
Expo Hall – Tampa, FL Att: 11,128



Commentators; Gordie Solie & Barbara Clary
Referees; Tommy Weathers & Col. Ted Hopkins
Ring; Gerry & Cookie Fleck

1. Black Bart with J.J. Dillon won by Count-Out over Butch Malone. Butch is a tough customer but he was up against Bart & Dillon. Dillon immediately distracted Referee Tommy Weathers so Bart could smash a trash Can over Malone’s back. Butch made the mistake of following Bart OOR just when Malone was starting to gain some momentum. He was greeted OOR with a Head Crusher to the Post and then was hit across the head with a Branding iron. This was the typical Black Bart match ending with typical Black Bart methods. 5:06

2. Denton/Anthony (Len and Tony) won by DQ over The Spoilers (#1/#2) with Percy Pringle. Though Denton and Anthony have been impressive for rookies they were no match for The Spoilers. The problem that happened in this match for Pringle’s masked team was Spoiler #2 losing not using his head. Spoiler #1 was in the ring with Denton and had jest his Len with a Walk the Ropes Elbow. Denton was set up for the Claw and Lights Out. Spoiler #2 tried to help by Smashing a Chair to Len. Referee Col. Ted Hopkins saw the infraction and called the match. Frustrated, the Spoilers started beating on Denton and Anthony. Security was called to restore order. 7:26

3. Robert Fuller with Brenda Britton; Spike Piledriver Pin over Ron Ritchie. Fuller gained points as he argued with the fans. The fans were booing the Tennessee Stud and calling Brenda “Flea Bag.” Fuller and Brenda may have gotten frustrated but they didn’t give back the points they were awarded. Richie used his speed to keep in this match and after a Flying Body Press Ron came very close to a Pin. Fuller responded with a Boot Smash and if history repeats itself, the Boot was Loaded. Brenda then threw Powder the struggling Richie’s Face. Fuller finished the match with a Spike Piledriver. 8:11

4. The Southern Express (Brad Armstrong and Brett Wayne) and The Headsmen (The Deman and The Hangman); Double Count-Out. The Express had a brilliant promo with Barbara Clary giving them extra points on their total. The Headmen tried to gain an advantage with rough moves; Eye Ripper, Kick to the Groin and Throat Drop on the Ropes but each move was countered. Wayne used a Top Rope Springboard that seemed to be Curtains on The Deman. The Hangman was able to beak up the pin attempt. The Express followed the Headsmen OOR and both teams were count-Out as they fought on the ramp. (the Deman is Joe Turner and The Hangman is Len Kruger) 14:49

5. Mike Graham; Olympic Roll-Up Pin over Kharma (Molikai) with Luna and The Lock. Kharma tried to counter Graham’s speed but was left with frustration. OOR Kharma tried a Chairshot but it was reversed. With Kharma seeing stars he crawled back in the ring. The Lock tried to help by swinging a bottle of Tampa Bay Beer at Graham. She missed and hit Kharma. The Olympic Roll-Up was a nice finish for the Pin but really an overkill on Kharma who was KO’d. 7:45

6. Abdullah the Butcher with Oliver Humperdink and Cyclone Negro with Hercules Ayala; Double Count-Out. Things started out well for Abdullah and Ollie. They heard boos and had cups thrown giving the Butcher points added to his total. Abdullah also had points added for his moves and Match Flow. As usual though, Abdullah couldn’t keep the action in the ring. Cyclone Negro followed Abdullah OOR. The Asian Invasion, Kabuki and Nagasaki, ran out to help Abdullah. Mike Graham evened the score for Cyclone and Hercules. The action was OOR and would stay OOR. Referee Col. Ted Hopkins counted both wrestlers out. 12:53

7. NWA Heavyweight Championship – The stipulation in this match is that if the Champion Dusty Rhodes does not outright win the match; meaning Pinfall, he will be banned from the S/E – FL – GA area. Because of Dusty’s interference in a match of the Army of Darkness, Kevin Sullivan has met with Commissioner Steve Kozar and two lawyers from the Law Firm of Ditcher, Quick & Hyde. The lawyers; Regis Smallprint & Misty Meanor are here in Tampa Bay to present the papers from the court.

Ric Flair (Challenger) won by Count-Out over Dusty Rhodes (Champion). Dusty was being interviewed by Gordie Solie when Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze came on the scene. After a verbal altercation and some pushing Sullivan picked up a flood lamp and hit Dusty in the leg. Dusty lost points and was injured. Big Dusty made it to the ring for the match. The match started well for both as Ric rolled on his technical modifier and Dusty on his size modifier. The match was even with both wrestlers using their skills that pleased the fans. Two vendors near ringside got into an argument with some fans. Dusty noticed that it was Kevin Sullivan and Purple Haze. Haze was grunting while Sullivan was being down and out rude with his language. Dusty bailed from the ring and a Brawl ensued. Referee Tommy Weathers counted Dusty out but was slow to pull the trigger. 16.36

Steve Kozar came to the ring and told Dusty that he could no longer compete in S/E – FL – GA Wrestling. Dusty was allowed to take the NWA Belt with him aslong as he remains in an NWA controlled Federation.

A few hours later Commissioner Kozar,Gordie Solie and Buddy Colt were seen by Sullivan conferring with a Masked Man. Sullivan questioned Buddy Colt about the masked man; “He looks like Dusty Rhodes.” Colt replied; “I assure you it is not Dusty. It is a wrestler from Texas named The Midnight Rider.” Sullivan; “Where are my lawyers?”
 
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Post subject: RE: SE Wrestling 7-13  PostPosted: Jul 13, 2016 - 10:58 AM



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Sounds like the Commissioner and the crafty Dusty Rhodes are in cahoots! Good to see that Kevin Sullivan is keeping an eye on the situation. The American Dream clearly has no respect for the American legal system. Hopefully, Sullivan imposes some extra-legal punishment then.
 
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Post subject: WWF Wrestling 7-15  PostPosted: Jul 15, 2016 - 09:31 AM



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WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
Civic Center – Hartford, CT (Att: 9,446)



Commentators; Angelo Mosca & Bruno Sammartino
Referees; Mario Savoldi & Chuck Popeye Richards
Ring; Sam Malone Interviews; Paul Buchman

1. The Assassin; Hammerlock Submission over Tito Senza. The Assassin was taken back a bit after hearing some cheers. Large groups from U of Hartford and Trinity College attend the wrestling shows. This sounds like some of their antics. Tito Senza, from Fairhaven, MA, isn’t well known so The Assassin with a reputation of sorts (any reputation is better than none) got the attention. After a backward Head Slam and a Guillotine Leg Drop, The Assassin hooked in the Hammerlock for the Submission. 4:16

2. S.D. Jones; Jumping Koko Butt Pin over Terry Gibbs. Gibbs tried to attack S.D. before the match started but was sent flying through the ropes for his effort. Gibbs who is a veteran of the ring, have competed in several Federations before the WWF, grabbed a Railroad Spike from under the ring as he re-entered. After using the Spike to slam S.D. in the gut, Terry used a falling Knee to almost get a pin. S.D. shook off the daze and performed a Running Knee Lift. Jone followed with his Light’s Out Koko Head Butt. The Hartford fans were appreciative of S.D.’s win. He is very popular. 5:12

3. David Sammartino and Steve Lombardi; Double Count-Out. In the ring Sammartino was a having a better day. A Running Forearm Smash and a Body slam had Lombardi bailing from the ring. OOR wasn’t much better for the Brooklyn Bad Boy. Sammartino threw Lombardi head first into the steps KO’ing Steve. Before David was able to re-enter the ring a hooded fan jumped from his seat, grabbed a Trash Can and slammed it over David’s back. Bruno at the announcer’s table ran over and started fighting with the fan. As the hood fell it revealed Matt Borne. Security ran down and escorted Borne from the arena. (Borne had a beef with David Sammartino. After Borne beat George Wells a month ago, Sammartino interfered as Borne was unwilling to stop some extra dirt moves. Wells had been KO’d. Borne made the statement; “It’s time for Bruno and his baby to pack the diaper bags and leave the WWF.” 5:41

4. The Killer Bees (B.Brian Blair and Jumping Jim Brunzell) won by Count-Out over The Moondogs (Rex and Spot). Both teams are appreciated so any cheers for the Moondogs did not count against them. The fans, though appreciative of the Moondogs, would eventually cost them the match. In the ring the Kennel Dwellers were out matched by the Bees speed. The Bees used Double Dropkicks that eventually sent The Moondogs OOR. Spot got into a slight beef with a fan and it turned into a yelling match with several fans. He ripped up a Poster and threatened a fan with his Dog Bone. Meanwhile one Bee stayed near the ring while the other was fighting with Rex on the ramp. A Masked Bee was in the ring when Referee Chuck Popeye Richards counted the Moondog out. The Bee removed his mask and it was Jumping Jim. Referee Mario Savoldi jumped in the ring to confer with Referee Rickards. They were both confused as to who was the legal Bee but allowed the decision to stand. 13:09

5. Jim “Anvil” Neidhart with Jimmy Hart pinned Raymond Rougeau. Raymond used his speed combined with ring savvy to control most of the match. The Anvil countered with Clotheslines and throws to the Turnbuckle but Raymond was able to counter with a Flying Elbow and then hooked in his Sleeperhold. As The Anvil struggled on his feet he was able to get close to Jimmy hart who smashed his Megaphne over Raymond’s Head. Rougeau crashed to the canvas and was pinned. 11:48

6. Junkyard Dog; won by DQ over Manifique Richard Charland with Frenchy Martin. Junkyard Dog was awarded points for a brilliant interview with Paul Buchman. The fans were cheering JYD from the get go with signs that read “Love the Dog’ and “Thump City.” Charland who claims no one can pin him was able to get a Foreign Object from Frenchy. It looked like the Railroad Spike that Gibbs dropped after his match. Manifique made use of the obeject beating on JYD after Frenchy tripped The Dog. Charland set JYD up for a Corkscrew Splash against the Turnbuckle but JYD moved and Charland crashed heavy into the Turnbuckle. JYD climbed the Turnbuckle and performed a Head Roller. The Dog picked up Charland for a Thump Powerslam. As he was picked up Charland dropped the Railroad Spike. Referee Chuck Popeye Richards called for the DQ. 11:56

7. Bob “Ace” Orton with Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff pinned Jimmy “Superfly Snuka. Jimmy was taking it to Orton in the early going and almost through the whole match. A Head Rammer had Orton in serious trouble but Orndorff did his job of saving. Then a Flying leg Drop had Ace in trouble again. Once more Orndorff saved his partner. Jimmy climbed the ropes for a Superfly Leap. A fan wandered to ringside and before security could escort him out he shook the ropes and Jimmy fell to the canvas as Orndorff distracted the Referee. Orton still a bit dazed crawled over to Snuka and hit him with the Wrist Cast that is a regular part of Orton. The fan was Piper, of course. 14:38
 
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WWF Wrestling (1986-87)
1st Mariner Arena – Baltimore, MD Att: 10,166




Commentators; Bill Cardille & Gene Okerlund
Referees; Dick Kroll & Izzy Moidell
Ring; Normandie Drake Interviews; Boots Ruggles

1. Corporal Kirshner; Cobra Clutch Submission over Ted Grizzly. Big Grizzly attacked before the match using a Trash Can over the back. The match could have been called but Dick Kroll allowed the action to begin the match. The fans were still getting seated when Grizzly got the advantage. Ted followed with a Body Smash running full speed. His 320 lbs shook the ring. Kirshner was able to shake off the early goings although he came close to getting pinned. The Corporal hit Grizzy with a G.I. Clothesline that had a lot of Fist to the Throat in the swing. Kirshner hookedin the Cobra Clutch that he is now calling the Corporal’s Clutch. Grizzly, gasping for air, immediately gave up. 4:55

2. The Headhunters (Haku & Siva Afi) with Mr. Fuji won by DQ over Matman & Da Duke (Robbie Ellis and Pete Doherty). Matman & Da Duke have gained a following, if not respect, in the Federation while The Headhunters are hated along with Mr. Fuji. The fans are somewhat torn because of the popularity of Siva Afi. Matman & Da Duke had a unusual following in the stands. A group of women calling themselves “The Crustacean Queens” were on their feet cheering for Ellis and the Duke of Dorchester. This led Announcer Bill Cardille to suspecting that the clever Ellis hired the group. They began chanting “I love Matman, I Love Da Duke, all the rest make us Puke.” They kept up their chanting. Mr. Fuji protested that the extra awarded points should be taken away. The match went about as expected with the Headhunters on offense and Matman & Duke trying to counter with running speed. Siva Afi had the Duke dazed and performed a Flying Top Rope Dropkick. This was sure curtains. Robbie Ellis, immediately ran in the ring with a Lobster Trap. Referee Izzy Moidel called for the DQ. In spite of the loss The matman & Da Duke stood in the middle of the ring and took in all the cheers they could hear. Many of the Baltimore fans were confused about this weird twosome. 10:46

3. Rene Goulet and Steve Gatorwolf; Double Count-Out. Gatorwolf and Goulet were in a fairly even match in the ring but Rene bailed after an Indian Death Lock. He was trying the shake off the burn to his arm. In his anger he tipped over a few tables. Gatorwolf bailed from the ring to prevent any more damage and confront Goulet. This proved to be an error. Steve was able to throw Rene into the steps causing a gash to Rene’s forehead. As Gatorwold was about to re-enter the ring Goulet grabbed Steve’s ankle preventing him from getting back and avoiding the Count-Out. Both wrestlers were Counted-Out. 7:34

4. WWF Woman’s Title – Wendi Richter (Challenger) won by DQ over Lalani Kai (Champion). Lalani refused to do a scheduled interview prior to the match. Boots Ruggles asked Wendi to do the interview and not only did Wendi do the promotion but it was brilliant giving her extra points. Wendi went on to control the match and it looked as though Lalani would be relinquishing the belt. Just as Wendy hooked in a Headlock for a Bulldog Judy martin ran to ringside and threw a cup of soda into Wendi’s face. Wendi released the h9old and Lalani used a Corner Splash to put Richter down for the Pin. Referee Izzy Moidel who had been knocked from the ring in a collision climbed back in to count the pin. Referee Dick Kroll who was at ringside in time to see the infraction confronted Izzy about the ending. Moidel reversed the pin and changed it to a DQ in favor of Wendi Richter. 10:31

5. King Kong Bundy with Bobby Heenan and Tony Atlas; No Contest. This was a mess from the moment Normandie Drake started his announcements. Bundy, Atlas, Rocky Johnson and Big John Studd came down the aisle Brawling. This couldn’t be controlled by Referee Dick Kroll and he didn’t call people to stop the fighting. In fact it got worse. The Headhunters came running down and so did Matman and Da Duke. Goulet and Gatorwolf joined the melee. When it seemed as though the night of wrestling was over the lights came on and Vince McMahon Jr. came to the upper platform; “Enuf!!” The wrestlers slowing stopped fighting. McMahon spoke; “After paying your fines the four tag teams on the floor will battle, facing tonight’s schedule, next month for the number one Tag Team to face either The U.S. Express or The Dream Team who are meeting in a few weeks for the belt. Goulet and Gatorwolf will face each other in a No DQ or No Count-Out Match to see who will face the TV Title Champion next month. Now return to the locker area or be suspended.” They all took the hint. --:--

6. Piper/Orndorff with Ace Orton beat The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith & Dynamite Kid). Piper & Orndorff, one of the most hated tags in history, rolled on their Cheat modifier adding more cheat points than any tag team has now or ever. To add to the point total they attacked early (before the match). It was a glimpse of things to come. With Piper/Orndorff now in control Ace Orton interfered every chance he got using his cast as a club to wear down the Bulldogs. I doubt if Referee Izzy Moidel ever refereed a match this out of hand. Somehow the Bulldogs gave Piper/Orton a scare on several occasions. Using speed and flying moves the Bulldogs looked like they would gain the win. Dynamite Kid had Orndorff dazed and climbed the ropes for a 2nd Flying Head Butt. Piper ran over and pushed him from the ropes. Dynamite Kid crashed to the canvas. He tried to get to his feet but Orton pulled him from the ring. Referee Izzy Moidel was KO’d from a collision. Ace Orton used the Gong Bell to hit Dynamite in the head knocking him out. Davey Boy Smith was in the ring but before he could try a Pin on Mr. Wonderful, Roddy Piper ran in and hit Smith with a blindsided Low Blow. Davey Boy drooped to the canvas in pain. Piper guided Mr. Wonderful to Smith for the pin while Ace Orton helped Izzy Moidel shake off the collision. Izzy counted Orndorff pinning Davey Boy. 19:58

7. Magnificent Don Muraco with Mr. Fuji and Pedro Morales; Double Count-Out. This was a fairly even match with Muraco showing some power and Morales using his veteran knowledge in retaliation. Pedro was able to hook in his Boston Crab finisher and this would have been “être finie” (the end). Mr Fuji, close by was able to throw some Asian Dust into Pedro’s eyes. Muraco bailed from the ring to try and shake off the pain in his legs. Morales was able to see well enough to follow Muraco OOR. They were brawling on the ramp when Referee Dick Kroll counted them out. 16:51
 
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WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
The Metro – Port Charles, NY Att: 8,632



Announcers; Gorilla Monsoon & Angelo Savoldi
Ring; Arthur Dietrich Interviews; Ron Harris
Referees; Dick Woherle & Terry Yorkston

1. Swede Hansen; Back Press Pin over A.J. Petruzzi. Petruzzi, with designs of paint on his face to make him look mean, attacked Swede with a Chair and injured the big man from Slaughter Creek. In spite of an injury to his arm, the popular Swede used Double Rope Burn to temporarily blind Petruzzi and followed with a Reverse Neckbreaker. The Back Press was the finish for A.J. The fans cheered every move that Swede used. He signed autographs and had pictures taken later in the foyer. Kelly’s Diner even has a Sandwich named for Swede called The Slaughter Creek Hero. 4:41

2. Salvatore Bellomo and Johnny Rodz; Double Count-Out. Bellomo was the Face and Rodz the Heel yet the fans reversed the two. During an interview with Ron Harris, Bellomo was booed unmercifully. This left him shaken but he was holding his own during the match. The action eventually went OOR and the two wrestlers brawled up the ramp. Bellomo tried a Body Smash that carried both wrestlers into the Orchestra Pit below the ramp. Neither could make it back to the ring. 5:12

3. The Hillbillies (Cousin Junior and Uncle Elmer) beat Hard Knox (Rusty Brooks and Goldie Rogers). Hard Knox refused to do their scheduled interview claiming that they were being ignored as a tag team and that Matman and Da Duke were getting an outside chance at the Tag Titles. Goldie spoke to Ring Announcer Arthur Dietrich; “Until some changes are made you will not hear the Golden voices of myself and Rusty.” The fans were on their feet cheering. The Hillbillies were interviewed and received points for an excellent promotion. Rogers had a Foreign Object that he used early in the match to slug Cousin Luke and wear him down. With Rusty in the ring against Elmer, Goldie tried to hand Brooks the Foreign Object. Cousin Luke snuck behind Goldie and put a Trash can over his head. Luke up on the Ring Apron after Referee Dick Woherle was distracted from a collision, used a Mule Kick to Rusty. Uncle Elmer followed with a Legdrop for the Pin. 11:36

4. Heidi Lee Morgan; Flying Forearm Pin over Judy Martin. Judy tried her usual wear down moves; Scatch the Eyes, Throat Drop onto Ropes and her walk the Ropes Elbow Drop but Heidi keep coming back. Finally she tried a Trash can Lid Shot while OOR. Heidi reversed the Lid Shot. After the dazed Jud re-entered Heidi hit her with a Flying Forearm. Referee Terry Yorkston counted the Pin but missed seeing Judy’s foot on the ropes. Judy was livid. She protested the match and called Heidi; “a wrestler not worthy of licking my boots.” 9:02

5. Jesse “The Body” Ventura beat Bad News Allen. This was a Power vs Power match with Allen providing a bit more power than Jesse. Bad News was a sensation in Stampede Wrestling and is doing some house for the WWF. This was his first large arena show. Once again he was impressive using Gut Busters and a Vertical Splash to soften up Jesse. Jesse retaliated with a Knee Drop to the Throat and Slamming Allen’s head to the mat. After the action went OOR Allen was cut badly on the forehead from a Slam to the Steel Steps. After re-entering the ring, Bad news was almost totally blinded by the blood flowing into his eyes. Referee Dick Woherle called for the bell and awarded the match to Ventura. 9:33

6. TV Title – Angelo Mosca Jr. (Challenger) won by DQ over Dr. D. David Shultz (Champion). Mosca used flying moves; Body Presses and Dropkicks to stun Shultz who could only retaliate with Kicks and Punches. Shultz was in serious trouble when he bailed from the ring. The Dr. thried to get Angelo to follow him OOR but Mosca wouldn’t fall for the trick of being at a disadvantage. Before the count expired, Shultrz found a Bowling Pin under the ring and re-entered. Referee Terry Yorkston immediately called for the DQ. Dr. D David Shultz retains the TV Title. 13:47

7. Hercules Hernandez with Classy Freddie Blassie won by Count-Out over George “Animal” Steele. Hernandez actually was put in a big disadvantage when he attacked Steele with a Chain. Animal reversed the move and Hercules crashed to the floor OOR onto the chain. Hercules was bleeding and walking gingerly. Back in the ring Steele controlled the match with Bites, Gouges and Kicks to the Stomach and face. Hercules finally bailed from the ring and Steele followed. During the brawl OOR Nicolai Volkoff came to the action from the backstage. Hercules slipped back in the ring. It seemed as though Referee Dick Woherle should have DQ’d Hernandez but he was busy arguing with Blassie. When Woherle did begin his count again, Hercules was in the ring. George Animal Steele was counted out. 12:52
 
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WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
Horton Civic Center – Salem, OH Att: 6,770




Commentators; Slick Mick Kartch & Cowboy Dick Hutton
Referees; Fred Atkins & Mike Sparks
Ring; Rev. Jim “Iggy” Ignatowski Interviews; Elaine Nardo

1. Barry “O”; Diving Lariat Pin over The Red Demon. The Red Demon wanted some early satisfaction and got it by chasing Jim Ignatowski out of the ring. Unfortunately the Demon tried to stuff a Foreign Object into his mask and Jim seeing the infraction, thought it was for him. Iggy immediately told Referee Fred Atkins. Atkins warned the Demon after finding the Foreign Object. Barry “O” controlled the match. The brother of Ace Orton was able to use his skill to finally set up the finish. A Running jackhammer and then a Diving Lariat got the Pin. 4:14

2. Matt Borne; Backbreaker Slam Pin over Lumberjack Jerry Monti. Borne looking to add points to his total took advantage of Ring Announcer Jim Ignatowski by chasing him from the ring. Iggy is a not about to hang around where h is not wanted. Meanwhile Jerry Monte was showing his Lumberjack muscles to the fans who could care less. Monti challenged Borne to a test of strength. It was a mistake. Jerry who matches Borne for weight cannot match him for strength. Monti his his head hard to the canvas after being thrown down. Jerry was dazed and Matt used a Headrammer to the Turnbuckle Post. Now nearly KO’d Monti became the victim of Borne’s Backbreaker Slam. Although Matt Borne performs as a heel the fans cheered the pin showing their dislike of Monti’s bragging. 4:31.

3. Quickdraw Rick McGraw won by DQ over Jason the Terrible. Jason chased Ring Announcer Iggy with a Hockey Stick but was warned by Referee Fred Atkins. He put the stick under the ring before the match started. McGraw meanwhile was doing an promotional interview with Elaine Nardo. He was excellent and received points for his interview. McGraw was controlling the match when the frustrated Jason bailed from the ring. He returned with the Hockey Stick and a Folded Steel Chair. Referee Fred Atkins called for the bell. Jason pushed Atkins to the mat dropping the Steel Chair in the process. McGraw hooked in a Necklock and performed a Brainbuster to Jaon on the Steel Chair. 3:56

4. The Hart Foundation (Brett Hart an Jim “Anvil” Neidhart) with Jimmy Hart won by DQ over The Rougeau’s (Raymond and Jacque). The Harts were greeted with boos so they stopped at argue with some fans. Jimmy Hart put in his two cents blasting it through his megaphone. More boos and cupos thrown. The Harts added valuable points to their total. In a match that was fairly even the end result was decided with a bizarre finish. This went to the UNUSUAL RESULT CHART. Quickdraw Rick McGraw was hanging around the interview corner (Rick may have taken a liking to Elaine Nardo). Terrible Terry Funk came to the corner waiting for the match to end so his manager, Jimmy Hart, could do a TV promotion with him. Quickdraw and Terrible Terry were not about to hold their cool. They started pushing and then the slugging broke out. They brawled from Interview Corner to ringside. Terry had a Branding Iron that Quickdraw grabbed. Funk in retaliation threw a Coffee Cup that missed McGraw and hit Referee Mike Sparks in the leg. Sparks turned to see McGraw with the Branding Iron. Sparks called for the DQ against The Rougeau’s. Sparks mistook McGraw being with the Rougeau’s because Terry Funk is part of Jimmy Hart’s stable. 16:56

5. Cowgirl Sue Green; pinned Mad Maxine with Nasty Kat LeRoux. Sue Green controlled the match using legitimate moves while Maxine was countering with bites and kicks (her usual style). Sue set up Maxine with a Headlock that would lead to a Bulldog. It would spell curtains for any opponent. Nasty Kat took advantage of a distraction (Referee Fred Atkins - dazed) and slammed a Loaded Book Bag to the Cowgirl’s head. Sue slumped to the canvas. Mad Maxine crawled for the cover and the pin. Wendi Richter ran to ringside and while Referee Fred Atkins, who had been dazed earlier, held Nasty Kat from entering the ring Wendi turned the two wrestlers over. Referee Atkins turned to see Sue Green pinning Mad Maxine. 7:42

6. The Missing Link; Back Flying Head Butt Pin over Ken Patura with Bobby Heenan. The chants of “Weasel” filled the arena as Bobby Heenan was announced. When the Missing Link was announced it was obvious why the fans were extra excited this evening. The Missing Link is now one of the most liked wrestlers. Ken Patura used his power to try and gain an advantage but The Link was a tough man to handle. Heenan stayed away from the action until the match was shifting to The Missing link’s advantage. King Kong Bundy was summoned to the ring. Referee Mike Sparks was telling Bobby Heenan that Bundy had to go back to the Locker area. During that distraction Bundy climbed onto the Ring Apron. As the Wrestlers got close Bundy used a Big Fist Punch. The Link ducked and Patura got it square on the chops. The Missing link climbed the Turnbuckle for the Back Flying Head Butt Leap. Bundy was sent backstage and Bobby Heenan watched in horror. 11:58

7. WWF Tag Title - The U.S. Express (Barry Windham and Mike Rotundo)(Champions) beat The Dream Team (Brutus Beefcake and Greg “Hammer” Valentine)(Challengers) with Luscious Johnny V. The Express, as expected, got a huge ovation that began with “Born in the U.S.A” and kept on until the match began. The Dream team had some good teamwork as they were determined to gain the title. The U.S. Express showed why they are the champions with tagging, an excellent move and tagging again. Johnny V. wanted to help his team but became the catalyst in the outcome. Mike Rotundo took Brutus Beefcake out with a Slingshot Clothesline while Barry Windham was brawling with Greg Valentine. Luscious Johnny had a whiskey Bottle and tried to hit Windham in the head. He hit Valentine by mistake. Barry hooked in the Headlock and took Valentine for a Bulldog Ride for the Pin. The U.S. Express retains the WWF Tag Title. 19:15
 
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WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
A.Buchanan Arena – Llanview, PA Att: 9,112 (SRO)




Commentators; Bill Cardille & Mr. TV Jackie Pallo
Referees; Mario Savoldi and Izzy Moidel
Ring; Woody Boyd Interviews; Katy Keene

1. Diamond Edge (Al and Keith Diamond) won by DQ over Mr. X & Mr. Hito. The Diamonds controlled the match except for a few nasty moves by Mr. Hito the veteran. Hito seldom allows pins to be made on tag partners and this was no exception. Al and Keith were team well and had mr. X in serious trouble after a Diamond Edge Knee Smash by Al followed by a Diamond Edge Elbow by Keith. Keith would have had the pin but Mr. Hito ran in the ring and threw salt at Keith. Referee Mario Savoldi called for the DQ. 8:46

2. Hillbilly Jim; Jumping Leg Drop over Charlie Fulton. Fulton had a group of fans who cheered for him as he came down the aisle. He was awarded the points on his total because this has become a standard for Charlie and he would continually get point deductions because of a serious following. Hillbilly Jim heard the cheers from the fans and his added points offset Charlie’s. The Hillbilly music had the fans clapping. Jim was able to counter Charlie’s moves but he got caught a few times because of his negative speed. Jim made up for it with some strength. Charlie, thinking he had Jim lined up on the canvas, climbed the Turnbuckle for a Diving Headbutt. Hillbilly Jim moved and Fulton crashed to the canvas. OUCH!!. Jim reacted with a Jumping leg Drop and got the pin. Some after match dancing by Jim left the fans in a good mood. 5:51

3. Tiger Chung Lee with Mr. Fuji; Asian Nerve Hold Submission over George Wells. Lee who has had some success lately has been waiting for a Title Shot. He must think that Mr. Fuji is the manager who can get the chance at Gold because Fuji is a new addition or should we say that Tiger joined Fuji’s stable. The action went OOR where Tiger seems to be at home but in this case George took charge. A Slam on the Table and a Smash to the steps had Chung Lee reeling and dazed. After re-entering the ring Wells had Tiger set up and performed a Rib Crusher. Mr. Fuji took advantage of a slight distraction to slam a Bottle of Sake over Wells Skull. George collapsed to the canvas. Tiger hooked in the Nerve Hold. Referee Mario Savoldi had to call the DQ for the KO’d George Wells. Savoldi knew he had missed an infraction but he was bound by what he saw. It seems as though Mr. Fuji could be the answer for Tiger Chung Lee. 6:18

4. Ivan Putski and Ted Arcidi with Mr. Fuji; Double Count-Out. This was a match-up of strongmen although Arcidi at 285 lbs compared to Putski’s 240 lbs appears to have an advantage. During their tests of strength Arcidi was made to try a different method of showing off. A knee to the Groin was the best he could do. As the match progressed Ted got into trouble so he bailed from the ring. Putski followed and it was a mistake. Ivan held his own OOR but Tiger Chung Lee ran out to help Arcidi and Fuji. Hillbilly Jimm ran out to help Putski. The count reached 10 and both wrestlers were counted out although in fairness, Arcidi and Mr. Fuji had the interference 1st and could have been DQ’d. Referee Izzy Moidel ruled the Double Count-Out that had fans booing and yelling “Blind Izzy” a name Moidel gained during his Saturday Morning Studio Wrestling on Channel 11 WIIC & WPGH Channel 53 in Pittsburgh. 8:12

5. The Brisco’s (Jack and Jerry) beat the North/South Express (Adrian Adonis and Dick Murdock). The Brisco’s heard a big ovation. The Express is hated so the Brisco’s had the favor advantage. Adonis who flaunts himself as a mean biker with a Chain and Leather Jacket. Murdock plays the straight man but is a rough wrestler as we know. The Express used rough moves; Choke using Ropes, Kick to the Stomach, Slam Head to the Canvas while the Brisco’s counted with Flying Legdrop and Body Presses. Jerry Brisco climbed the Turnbuckle in a setup of Murdock. Adonis was able to reach the leg of Jerry and trip his dive. Murdock caught Jerry and was ablut to use a Body Slam. Jack ran in the ring and Dropkicked Murdock who fell with Jerry on top. Mario Savoldi counted the Pin. Adonis was in the ring protesting. Adrian must have said some off-color words because Mario, mainly a referee and promoter, was ready to do battle. Adonis wisely backed down. 20:49

6. Intercontinental Title – Danny Spivey (Challenger); Bulldog Pin over Dino Bravo (Champion) with Frenchy Martin. Spivey earned the title shot but Frenchy Martin (He pronounces his last name “Maa-Tah”) tried to avoid the match claiming that Spivey was “Soft-Shoed” up the ranks to please the fans. Spivey’s impressive wins seem to counter what Frenchy is claiming. Bill Cardille; “There are no “Soft-Shoes” on your way up the ranks.” During the match Dino used his strong moves to try and gain an advantage. Dino, though arrogant, is not a wrestler who resorts to rougher moves. He leaves the cheating to Frenchy, a master at deception and foul play. Dino was able to use his Side Suplex but was unablr to get the pin as Danny flopped his foot on the ropes. Frenchy had a Wrench that he tried to use to try and hit Spivey but missed and hit Dino. Bravo was dazed as he lay on the canvas. Spivey performed a Guillotine Leg Drop. Dino was able to get to his feet but Danny hooked in a Headlock and then the Bulldog that was curtains. Danny Spivey is the NEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWW Intercontinental Champion. 13:15

7. Randy “Macho Man” Savage with Miss Elizabeth and Ricky Steamboat; Double Count-Out. AS expected this match had it all. The finesse moves; Body Presses, Diving Elbow, Top Rope Leaps, Diving Elbow and Diving Crossbody and in spite of numerous pin attempts the beat went on. Some rougher moves; Throat Drop onto Ropes, Head Rammer and Falling Knee to Throat still did not wear these two down. Eventually the action went OOR. They brawled up the Ramp and into the crowd. By this time the match was declared a Double Count-Out. Last seen they were brawling down the Aisle through the Food Court and out the Front Doors. 18:13
 
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WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
Wings Arena – Kalamazoo, MI Att: 7,984



Commentators; Bobo Brazil & Slick Mick Kartch
Referees; Bucky Palermo & Jack Mason
Ring; Ted Baxter Interviews; Murray Slaughter

1. Jim Young won by DQ over The Executioner. The Executioner was livid after Ring Announcer Ted Baxter announced the masked heel weight of 271 lbs. The Executioner chased Ted from the ring. Ted, shaking, said; “That what it reads on the paper.” Slick Mick Kartch added; “He looks like he weighs 371. The Executioner’s attitude got worse and Young was unable to stop the onslaught. A Wicked Kick to the Groin put Young to the canvas. The Executioner had a Bag of Coins; reminding us of Killer Karl Kox’s Money Bag from Lars Anderson. Referee Bucky Palermo was distracted when The Executioner hit Young with the bag. Then to add insult ton injury The Masked Villain bailed from the ring and then re-entered with a Folded Metal Chair. Referee Bucky Palermo saw this infraction and called the match. 4:55

2. The Blue Blazer; Moonsault Pin over Hashif Khan. The Blazer did an excellent interview with Murray Slaughter for a TV promotion. Slaughter was listening to see if he could recognize the voice behind the mask but he was unable to place the voice with a face. Khan had an undetected Foreign Object that he used in his fist for punches that could wear down the Blazer. It almost paid off after a Jumping Spike DDT got a near pin on the Blazer. The Blazer used his speed to gain the advantage and performed a Head rammer to the Corner Post. The Blazer climbed the Ropes and performed a Moonsault for the Pin. 7:35

3. Leaping Lanny Poffo; Somersault Drop Pin over Magic Man Biff Wellington. Biff strutted around the ring claiming that there was a new man in town. He was very deliberate in removing his jacket so that everyone would be in awe of his physique. Early in the match Biff got in a few good moves but eventually climbed the ropes for a finishing leap. Lanny moved aside and Biff crashed to the canvas. Lanny used a Brain Basher as the dazed Biff got to his feet. A Somersault Drop was too much for Biff as Lanny got the Pin. 5:15

4. TAG TEAM ELIMINATION MATCH – Soul Train (Tony Atlas and Rocky Johnson) beat Studd/Bundy (Big John and King Kong) with Bobby “Brain” Heenan. Of course the chants of “Weasel, Weasel” broke out when Studd/Bundy were announced. Big John had a partially sharp object that looked like a Belt Buckle. He did wait long to try and use it in the match. Tony Atlas was trying to fend of the object and in the process Bundy, who was trying to tag in got cut on the forehead. The bleeding didn’t stop Bundy from using a vicious Eye Rake and Smashes to the Turnbuckle while Big John used Power Moves. Soul Train counted with a Running jackhammer and a Flying Missile. Bundy was setting up for an Atlantic City Avalanche but was partially blinded from blood. He wiped the blood away from his eyes. Referee Jack Mason not taking any chances called for the bell and awarded the match to Soul Train. Heenan protested and asked when his team would get another chance. Mason told Bobby that this was a Elimination Match and no matter how you got eliminated your team was done. Heenan went bonkers; “I will take this to court. You can bet on it.” Soul Train has earned the right to face either The Head Hunters or Matman and Da Duke for the #1 Tag Team ranking and the chance to face The Champion U.S. Express. 16:47

5. Jumping Jim Brunzell won by DQ over Brutus Beefcake with Luscious Johnny V. This was a meeting of two members of rival tag teams. Brunzell, the Killer Bee vs Beefcake, The Dream Team. Brutus had the early advantage with a throat Drop onto the Ropes and a Double Underhook DDT that nearly got a pin. Johnny V. was screaming that Referee Bucky Palermo counted 3 on the count but the match went on. Jumping Jim lived up to his name with punishing Drop Kicks that had Brutus dazed. Johnny V. tried to help by throwing some Brass Nucks for Brutus but Beefcake was too dazed to notice and the Nucks fell to the canvas. Referee Bucky Palermo immediately called for the DQ. As Beefcake and Johnny V. were leaving Johnny V. grabbed the microphone from Murray Slaughter who was interviewing Tito Santana; “It was a Pin, It was a Pin.” 11:43

6. Blackjack Mulligan and Mercenary Luc Porrier with Frenchy Martin; Double Count-Out. This match was set because Porrier and Frenchy were convinced that Mulligan hired Gino Brito to unmask the Mercenary during the Special matches at the Hamilton, Ontario Krazy Dayz. Mulligan has an interview show; Blackjack’s Bar-B-Que, and during an interview with Gino, Mulligan said he was curious about who was under the mask of the mercenary. Brito, mainly a promoter in Canada who was a tough customer as a wrestler, was in a match with Porrier at Krazy Dayz when several of Brito’s midgets (Sky Low Low, Little Beaver and Fuzzy Cupid) stormed the ring. (Brito promotes the Midgets). The end result was The Mercenary being unmasked actually by the midgets). Porrier and Frenchy eventually sent Goldie Rogers as a spokesman to challenge Blackjack to a match. This was the match. The Mercenary and Frenchy were immediately booed as they entered the arena. Then an old lady dumped some soda over Porrier’s head as he walked by the grandstand. Luc got angry and broke a fan’s sign. All this anger carried to the ring where Porrier was able to use a rough moves; Knee to the Stomach and Full Fist Punches. Blackjack was not a wrestler to try and match rough moves. He threw Porrier around the ring. Head Rammers and Smashing Elbows. Porrier bailed from the ring and Blackjack followed. Frenchy had a backup plan in the guise of Dino Bravo who was standing by dressed as a custodian. The Brawl broke out 2 on 1. Several wrestlers ran out to break up the melee. 9:29

7. Tito Santana; Flying Forearm Smash Pin over The Natural Butch Reed. During OOR Action, Reed was able to inflict some punishment with a Choke to the Guard Rail and Smashes of the Forehead to the Rail. Butch tried a Whip to the Steel Steps but the move got reversed and he slammed into the Steps with his back taking the punishment. Back in the ring Reed was able to perform a Double Underhook Suplex nut was unzble to get the pin as Tito kicked out at the last second. Santana caught Reed with a Spinning Neckbreaker and as Butch got to his feet he was hit with a Devastating Flying Forearm that got the Pin. 13:46
 
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WWF Wrestling (1985-86)
Nassau County Coliseum – Uniondale, NY




Commentators; Gene Okerlund & Lord Alfred Hayes
Referees; Dick Woherle & Fred Atkins
Ring; Stan Wojohowitz Interviews; Ron Harris

1. Tony Garea; Octopus Hold Pin over Makham Singh. Tony heard the cheers as soon as he entered the ring. The New Zealand native has been and is a very popular wrestler with the Long Island fans. This became a match of Cheat vs Technical with Tony’s Technical winning out because the 400 lbs Singh is slow but his weight is an advantage. Singh had Garea lined up for a Corner Splash but Tony moved and Singh who was at full speed nearly knocked himself out. As Makham got to his wobbly feet Garea used the Octopus Hold that was made famous by Antonio Inoki. 4:53

2. Iron Mike Sharp pinned Jose Luis Riviera. Mike heard some cheers but that was to be expected as he has gained a following. If his fans were looking for a clean cut Iron Mike they had to be disappointed. To start the match Mike offered Jose a handshake. Riviera fell for the ploy and Mike Body Slammed Jose. Jose fought back and nearly had a pin after performing a Running Axe Handle and a Diving Elbow Drop. After kicking out Iron Mike used a Punch to the Throat and then a Loaded Forearm Smash that got the Pin. 5:46

3. Sika the Wild Samoan; Crushing Headbutt Pin over Les Thornton. Thornton a veteran of British Wrestling and announcing grabbed the microphone from Stan Wojohowitz and began degrading America; “The people, the food, the way of life stinks.” Sika heard enough, walked over and slapped the microphone from Thornton’s hand. The match began with the fans cheering for the Wild Samoan. Thornton was able to perform a Spine Buster and a Gourd Buster in an attempt to soften up the Samoan. Sika retaliated with a Rib Crusher then a Crushing Headbutt for the Pin. 6:58

4. The Super Powers (Nicolai Volkoff and Iron Sheik) with Classy Freddie Blassie beat The Young Stallions (Paul Roma and Jim Powers). The Stallions used their combination of Strength and Speed to match the Super Powers slower, deliberate rough style. Jim Powers caught the Iron Sheik with a Running Power Slam and Roma followed with a Diving Elbow Drop that seemed to have the pin but Volkoff was able to break it up. The Super Powers bailed from the ring and the Stallions followed. Powers was immediately hit with a Flag Pole and he collapsed to the floor leaving Roma to brawl with the Sheik and Volkoff. Blassie got into the action with a Chairshot over Roma’s head. Volkoff had slipped back in the ring. The Stallions were Counted-Out. Gene Okerlund; “Wasn’t The Iron Sheik the Legal Man?” 15:26

5. Steve Blackman; Top Rope Bicycle Kick Pin over Alexis Smirnoff with Frenchy Martin. Blackman, a newcomer, was signing autographs and becoming a crowd favorite during his entrance. Smirnoff used his usual rough style to try and gain the advantage. A Siberian Sickle was especially effective and had Blackman gasping for air. A few Knee Drops and a Kick to the body of Blackman who was sprawled in the canvas helped wear down the rookie. Blackman was able to gain a 2nd wind and responded with a Flying Elbow and a Skullcrusher. Frenchy Martin, watching the tide change in the match, panicked and tried to help. He swung a Cannoli Tray that he stole from a Vessichio Vendor. Frenchy missed and hit Smirnoff who was struggling around the ring in a daze. Blackman climbed the Ropes and performed the Top Rope Bicycle Kick for the Pin. 8:09

6. Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff with Rowdy Roddy Piper won by Count-Out over Davy Boy Smith with Dynamite Kid. The in the ring match was fairly even and if the action stayed in the ring either wrestler could have won. OOR was a different story with Piper taking charge. This should have been called a No Contest or a DQ against Orndoff but Referee Fred Atkins was feeling generous and allowed the action to continue. Ace Orton came out to help his partners in crime. Piper who likes to mush items in faces had several pies that he either stole or possible bought. Smith took several to the face blinding him. Dynamite Kid was thrown into the crowd, crawled out and then thrown back. Orndorff made it back to the ring to beat the count. 14:59

7. WWF Heavyweight Title – Hulk Hogan (Champion) and Terry Funk (Challenger) with Jimmy Hart; Double Count-Out. This was another match that was an OOR Brawl. Terry who can hold his own with the best of them OOR was able to get the Hulkster to follow him after bailing. Once he was OOR Hulk was hit with a XX Branding Irin cutting open a large gash on his forehead. Terry stared throwing some of the left over pies and then grabbed a Cannoli Tray and smashed it over Hulk’s head. Roddy Piper got into the action just as Referee Dick Woherle counted both wrestlers out. Funk seemed thrilled with the result as the bleeding Hulk had to be helped from ringside. Piper was standing by Funk and yelling; “Turn around Hulk so we can throw more pies.” Hulk Hogan retains the WWF Heavyweight Title. 15:07
 
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