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Post subject: Memphis 9-9  PostPosted: Sep 09, 2016 - 06:32 AM



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Bozo’s Bar-B-Q and Braden Station presents;
Mid-South/Memphis Wrestling (1980-82)
WMC-TV Chan 5
The Field behind Bozo’s – Mason, TN Att: 492



Commentators; Dave Brown and Roy McClarity
Referees; Orville Brown & Irish Jack Kelly
Ring; Crunch Sweeney Interviews; Queenie Martin

1. Jerry Jarrett; Thesz Press Pin over Apocalypse with Jimmy Hart. Jerry who is coming off an injury 2 months ago looked like his old self using speed to out whit the weird Apocalypse. Hart did what he could to interfere but Jarrett was countering every trick. Apocalypse was able to use a Thumbscrew to the Throat but the illegal move was broken quickly by Referee Orville Brown. After baileing from the ring Apocalypse re-entered with a Folded Chair. Jerry dropkicked Apocalypse and the Chair. Jerry performed a Slingshot Suplex and then the Thesz Press Pin. (note – behind the painted face of Apocalypse seems to be a wrestler who looks a lot like Mike Boyette.) 6:45

2. Rick Morton and Gypsy Joe; Double Count-Out. Gypsy who was at a point disadvantage had things his way with a roll on the Cheat Modifier and then interrupting Queenie Martin’s interview with Morton. Gypsy too a Flood lamp and crashed it to Ricky’s leg. Morton was seriously injured but insisted on competing. The action went OOR where Joe shoe be in charge but Morton was able to use his speed to offset Joe’s rough moves. Ricky was able to muster enough to perform a Diving Cross Body that sent Joe flying from the aisle and over the Guard Rail. Morton stated to walk back to the ring but collapsed. Both wrestlers were counted out but the fans were more concerned with Morton’s condition as he was taken away on a stretcher. 4:53

3. Woman’s Match - Despina Montagas and Suzette Ferrera; Time Limit Draw. Suzette a newcomer had a terrific interview adding points to her total. This was a High Flying Match with both women performing their aerial abilities; Flying Forearms, Flying Body Presses and several Top Rope Leaps. Neither woman uses a rough style but the fans enjoyed the action of scientific wrestling. Both women had chances for pins but were offset by the other’s ability to slip out of the hold. With time running out Despina caught Suzette in a Small Package but Ferrera grabbed the Ropes on the count of 2 then the Bell Rang ending the match. 10:00

4. Sonny King pinned Steve Travis. Sonny who needed some points to even the odds Slammed a Tray over Steve’s head as they entered the ring. That more than gave Sonny points he needed by taking away points from Travis. Steve was able to gain the advantage back in the ring with a Flying Body Press and a Top Rope Knee Drop. Sonny who is a master at cheating had a Hidden Foreign Object in his fist. He used it to punch his way out of a certain Pin. Sonny followed with a Loaded Knee Pad Smash. He finished by Pinning with his Feet on the Ropes. 7:39

5. The House of the Orient (Masha Fuchi and Mr. Onita) with Tojo Yamamotto beat The Heartbreakers (Joey Cagle and Rocky Sortor). Tojo lead his team in an Oriental Ceremony using bows and throwing Asian Dust to every side of the ring. It didn’t seem to impress the fans. During the match The Heartbreakers got the edge with their speed. They had The House in trouble after a Flying Missile and a Doubleteam Top Rope Press on Masha Fuchi. Tojo was able to reach Joey Cagle and throw Asian Dust to the Eyes. Mr. Onita took advantage, used a Spin Kick, and got the pin while Joey was blinded. Referee Orville Brown lost direction in the match. Neither Mr. Onita or Joey Cagle was the legal man. 13:12

6. Jackie Fargo won by DQ over Killer Karl Krupp with Jimmy Hart. This was a match of two veterans who know their way around the ring. The very popular Jackie against the hated German. This was Main Event in any arena in the country and yet they were giving 492 people the thrill of their life in wrestling. Krupp used rough tactics to wear down Fargo; Choke using Ropes, Falling Knee to Throat and Grind Face to Mat. Krupp made the mistake of a Suicide Jump from the Turnbuckle. Fargo was waiting and slammed a Fist to Krupp’s stomach. Jackie performed a Headrammer to the Post and then an Atomic Drop. Jimmy Hart ran in the ring and was going to hit Fargo with a megaphone. Fargo finished the Atomic Drop on Krupp and then lifted Jimmy. Referee Irish Jack Kelly called for the DQ. Jackie dropped Jimmy Hart on his head. 9:25


Note to Edward R. Meek - Thank You for your kind words. The wrestlers you mentioned were based in East Tennesseea and wrestled for John Cazanna's Wide World of Wrestling. Most began their careers in the mid to late 50's and had their best years in the 60's. By the 70's many were being used as preliminaries for larger Federations. A few like Don Wright were able to do OK until the mid-70's as managersalong with wrestling. They would all be included in a 60's set of wrestlers.

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Post subject: ICW 9-17  PostPosted: Sep 17, 2016 - 01:21 AM



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The Flying Pig B-B-Q & Hobnob Corner presents;
ICW Wrestling (1980 on WFIC-TV Chan 20
Shawmucky Hall – Freehaven, IN Att: 866



Commentators; Liz Hulette & Joe Dusek
Referees; Sonny Myers & George Hill
Ring; Vincent Laguardia Gambini
Interviews; Mona Lisa Vito

1. The Zodiac; Hidden Foreign Object Pin over Tony “Tiger” Falk. The Zodiak had things going his way from the beginning after rolling on his Cheat Modifier. He used this inspiration of sorts toattack Tony and sling him head first to the floor below. Falk gave it his all in spite of being injured and came close to a pin after a Flying Forearm. The Zodiac used a Cranium Crusher to almost KO Tony and then for good measure had a Hidden Foreign Object he used for a Smash to the Chops. (Note – Barry Orton who wrestled in the WWF as Barry O is under the Zodiak mask. Barry used The Zodiac persona in the WWF in the later 80’s but without a lot of success.) 6:15

2. Bart Batten with Brad and Izzy Slapowitz with Doug Vines and Jeff Sword; No Contest. This match was set up because Izzy interfered in a Batten match last month. Izzy seldom dons the tights but he is capable in the ring. This match never reached the ring. The Batten’s and The Devil’s Duo were fighting at the top of the ramp. They were using mops and pails and whatever they could find to slam into each other. The veteran Referee George Hill knew that this wasn’t going to be solved tonight in the ring so he called for a No Contest. --:--

3. Vivian St John; Vertical Splash Pin over Penny Mitchell. Pennyrefused to go to her scheduled interview with Mona Lisa Vito so Vivian took her place. The results was an excellent interview and promotion giving Vivian extra points. Penny got the early advantage in the match using a Skull Smasher and a Falling Knee to the Throat. Vivian countered with several Flying moves with a Flying Gutbuster being the set-up. Vivian performed a Vertical Splash to get the Pin. 7:53

4. Animal Hamagucci won by DQ over Moose Cholak. Animal tried several moves that simply were frustrating to him because he could not mover Big Moose. The Neckbreaker that is one of Hamagucci’s go to moves was countered by Cholak’s size and power. Animal had a Plan B that no one expected. With Referee George Hill distracted, The Zodiak came from under the ring where he was hiding, grabbed the Moose Head that Cholak wears to the ring and threw it at Hill. Referee Hill wasn’t sure of the culprit so he called for a DQ on Moose. The fans were screaming “Foul” but Hill left the ring. Cholak was beside himself. He grabbed Animal and threw him in the corner. Then Moose gave his call M-M-M-M-O-O-O-O-O and delivered a Splash. The fans were not happy with the DQ but they got what thy wanted from Moose. 6:39

5. Bull Bullinski; Brass Nucks Pin over Leaping Lanny Poffo. The popular Lanny was done in by some UNUSUAL Chart doings. As he was introduced Poffo was surrounded by several women seeking autographs and a few hugs and kisses. Though he received extra points for the attention he was done in in by some chicanery from Bullinski and a disguised J.J. Dillon. Poffo used flying moves to keep Bullinski off stride; Flying Dropkick and a Jumpkick to the Back of the Head. Poffo performed a Top Rope Leap that downed Bull. Dillon disguised as a vendor ran over and placed some Brass Nucks into Bullinski’s hand. Poffo ran over to Bull at the edge of the canvas and was greeted with a Smash to the Chops that KO’d Lanny. Bull pinned the KO’d Poffo. Bullinski left the ring quickly ass the fans threw cups and popcorn at him. 12:27

6. Cowboy Bob Ellis won by DQ over Rip Tyler. Rip was in his usual angry mood as he entered the Hall. He ripped up a few programs and drawing the ire of the fans. They pelted him with Cups and shelled peanuts. Ellis on the other hand is one of the heroes so the fan line was drawn. Tyler tried several moves that were considered cheating so Referee George Hill broke them usually after severe warnings. Ellis was able to counter with Body Breakers and a Running Knee Smash. Tyler got frustrated and bailed from the ring. He re-entered with a Chair. Referee George Hill called for the DQ just as Ellis Dropkicked the Folded Chair into Rip’s mush. The fans were on their feet cheering. 15:43
 
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Post subject: ICW/WWA 9-24  PostPosted: Sep 22, 2016 - 09:39 AM



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Bryan’s Hog Wild BBQ & Sweets by Cindy presents;
ICW/WWA Wrestling (1980-82) WJHL-TV Chan 11
Pineapple Grange – Pineapple Junction, KY Att: 1,244



Commentators; Angelo Poffo & Peggy Lee Pringle
Referees; Strangler Bob Wagner & Hans Hermann
Ring; Irma Peterson Interviews; Jane Stacy

1. Troy Graham; Swinging Neckbreaker Pin over Colonel Yan Ky. Graham who is half of the successful N.Y. Doll tag team had to avoid the Colonel’s bag of tricks. Yan Ky was able to throw some undetected Salt into Graham’s eyes and followed with some Chops to the neck area but Troy fought it off and used a Wicked Knee Lift to the Groin that had the Colonel screaming. Graham got the pin with the Swinging Neckbreaker. (Troy also wrestles in Memphis under a mask. He is known as The Dream Machine.) 4:23

2. Ratamyus (Billy Howard); Camel Clutch Submission over Mike Doggendorff. Ratamyus was warned about cheating so he used Illegal Chokes that were had to see and Vicious Eye Rakes. Doggendorff came close to a pin after a Top Rope Elbow Smash but Ratamyus was able to get his foot on the ropes. Ratamyus had some Hidden Poison Salve in a plastic bag. He was able to rub some in Mike’s eye’s. Mike’s eyes were burning as he held them blinded. Ratamyus hooded in the Camel Clutch and ended the match. 5:58

3. Spike Huber and Mongolian Tapu with Sputnik Monroe; Double Count-Out. Huber who is half of the Young Lion Tag Title Holders had to fight off Tapu and Sputnik. Sputnik is determined to get his team, The Mongols, a title shot so he will do anything to upset Huber or Spike’s partner Steve Regal. Huber was up against it in this match because Regal had other obligations and couldn’t be in his corner. Spike is very popular and is considered one of the Junction’s own. Huber is from Indianapolis and for people in Kentucky that is home territory. Huber was using a variety of holds to off set Tapu. Sputnik pulled Tapu from the ring and Huber followed. Sputnik and Tapu double teamed Huber with Sputnik grabbing a Chair. He should have been DQ’d but Referee Strangler Bob Wagner’s count reached the limit and the Double Count-Out stood. 9:10

4. Donna Christianello won by Count-Out over Joyce Grable. This was a Main Event style match with two of the very best showing the crowd exciting wrestling with moves of perfection; Running Jackhammer, Flying Legdrop, Missile Dropkicks and Top Rope Body Press. The Match went OOR and unfortunately that where it ended for Joyce. Both wrestlers were headed back to the ring when Peggy Lee Pringle stated fighting with Joyce. Donna was already back in the ring as Referee Hans Hermann’s count reached 10. Donna stepped out of the ring and got into a verbal shouting match with Peggy. Joyce went back to the locker area after telling Peggy that she will meet her in the ring. 12:52

5. Paul Christy; Sunset Flip Pin over Pistol Pez Whatley with Brenda Britton. The fans were yellinbg at Brenda as soon as she entered the arena; “Flea Bag, Flea Bag!!” Brenda was happy though and unfazed because she had a great promotional interview with Jane Stacy and Whatley had extra points added to his total. Pistol Pez isd one third of the Convertible Blond team with Hustler Rip Rogers and Gary Royal. They are managed by Brenda and are hunting for gold. During the match Christy hit Whatley with a Flying Missile. Brenda tried to spray Oven Cleaner to Christy’s eyes but missed and hit Pistol Pez. Christy took advantage and used a Sunset Flip Pin. 13:21

6. Ox Baker and Kareem Mohammed with J.J. Dillon; Double Count-Out. Kareem seemed to have it going his way after rolling on the size modifier. After adding a few hundred points he chased Ring Announcer Irma Peterson from the ring. This added even more points giving Dillon and Kareem exactly what they wanted. This was not a match of fineness and very few legitimate moves were used. The match went OOR after Kareem tried to Splash Ox in the corner and hit Dillon instead. Dillon was flat on the canvas as the two big men fought into the Food Court and destroyed it. Angelo Poffo called on all the wrestlers in the Locker Room to help break up the brawl. They did so very cautiously. 10:29
 
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Post subject: Memphis 9-25  PostPosted: Sep 25, 2016 - 12:03 PM



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The Pilot House & My Daddy’s Cheesecake presents;
Memphis/Mid-South Wrestling (1980-82)
Knights of Columbus Hall - Cape Girardeau, MO Att: 1006



Commentators; Lance Russell, Sherri Martel & MKABear
WMC-TV Chan 5
Referees; Sid Nabors & Cowboy Pat Fraley
Ring; Breathless Mahoney Interviews; George Vessichio

1. Phil Hickerson with Tojo Yammamoto beat David Oswald. Hickerson used some rough moves pushing Oswald around the ring. Phil caught David’s head in the Ropes and used to Choke him until Referee Sid Nabors broke it up. Oswald was gasping for air while Nabors was warning Hickerson. Tojo Yammamoto took advantage of the distraction and slammed a Kendo Stick to David’s head. The blood gushed out as Hickerson used a falling Head Slam and went for the Pin. Referee Nabors ruled the match over because of Too Much Blood. 3:09

2. The Ridge Runners (Hoot Gibson and Big Boy Williams) won by DQ over Gypsy Joe & Scorpion (Gypsy Joe and Scorpion Pat Hutchinson). This was a fairly even match with the action back and forth. Gypsy Joe, not known to hold his temper, lost control when Gibson had Hutchinson in trouble. Hoot used a Hoot n’ Holler Bulldog on Scorpion. Gypsy immediately grabbed a Chair and headed in the ring. He pushed Referee Cowboy Pat Fraley aside and slammed the Chair over Hoot’s head. Big Boy Williams entered the ring to save Hoot and attacked Gypsy. Fraley called the match and awarded the win to The Ridge Runners. Gypsy and Scorpion stormed off toward the locker room. 10:46

3. Judy Martin won by Count-Out over Princess Victoria. Martin heard the boos and had some peanuts and popcorn thrown at her. She responded with a finger gesture. Judy had to be happy with the extra points on her total. The even match eventually went OOR where the cunning Judy usually has a few surprises. She didn’t disappoint. Hiding in the stands was Leilani Kai dress as a old woman. When the Princess tried to get back to the ring Leilani tripped her with an umbrella. Princess Victoria hit he head and was dazed. Judy Martin slipped back in the ring. Referee Sid Nabors didn’t see the infraction. 8:18

4. Cocoa Samoa; Superfly Smash Pin over Family Vice President Chick Donovan with Jimmy Hart. This was a sort of feud match because Jimmy Hart has been trying to enlist Cocoa into the family. So far Cocoa has refused. Donovan showed some pretty good moves and almost had a Pin after a Throat Drop onto Ropes and a Flying Legdrop. Jimmy Hart tried to interfere after Cocoa used a Slingshot Catapult on Chick. Jimmy swung his Megaphone at Cocoa but hit Donovan. Cocoa climbed the Ropes and performed a Superfly Smash that got the pin. 10:45

5. Lord Jonathan Boyd with Butch Miller; Brainbuster Pin over The Masked Grappler. Boyd and Miller had a great interview with George Vessichio. Their excellent promotion earned Boyd points on his total although George felt that The Sheepherders team is a bit scary. Vessichio gave then a dozen Cannoli that Butch began eating immediately. Boyd used every dirty move possible without getting himself DQ’d although most thought he should have. The Masked Grapper (thought to be Steve Dalton) bailed from the ring only to have Butch Throw him into the Steel Steps then Hit him with the Flag Pole. The Masked Grappler struggled back into the ring to disaster. Butch was able to slip a Folded Steel onto the Ring Canvas and Boyd performed a Brainbuster. It was enough to gain the pin. 7:40

6. Jimmy “Boogie” Valiant won by DQ over Nature Boy Buddy Landell with Jimmy Cornette. The Boogie Man had the usual dancing entrance to the music “Boy from NYC” by The Manhattan Transfer. Boogie stopped to see George Vessichio and get some Cannoli. Then he stopped to see MKABear giving him a High Five. The match went as expected but with UNUSUAL CHART results. Buddy Landell was holding his own with a little help; tripping, etc, from Jimmy Cornette. Jimmy tried to use his Tennis Racket for a Smash to Valiant’s Skull. Jimmy was quick on the reaction and grabbed it from Cornette. Referee Cowboy Pat Fraley turned to see Jimmy with the Tennis Racket and called for the DQ. Referee Sid Nabors at ringside came in the ring and told Fraley what he saw. Fraley reversed his decision giving Valiant the DQ win. Cornette was livid as the fans cheered. 9:35
 
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Post subject: GCW/NWA 10-5  PostPosted: Oct 05, 2016 - 09:40 AM



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The Flyin Cowboy & Jerry J’s presents;
GCW/NWA Wrestling on WTCG Chan 11
Devanow Cannery Warehouse
Douglas, GA Att: 864




Commentators; Stan Rhodes & Count Billy Varga
Referees: Scrappy McGowan & Dreamboat Art Walge
Ring; Christy Cummings
Interviews; “The Voice” Artie Decker

1. Wild Bill Ash with Downtown Bruno; Head Rammer to Post Pin over John Boy Ruffin. Ash, one of the roughest wrestlers who will break every rule, wasn’t about to have any mercy for John Boy who is a virtual newcomer. Ash used Grind Face to Mat, Vicious Choke Hold and Foot Stomp to Head to wear down Ruffin. Wild Bill carried the match longer than necessary punishing John Boy. Finally a HGead Rammer to the Post was more than enough to KO the rookie. Wild Bill had no choice but to make the pin. 5:24

2. Kendo Nagasaki with Oliver Humperdink; Samurai Spin Kick Pin over Mike Fever. Kendo heard some cheers as he entered the house but he was only deducted half the points because Mike Fever is not exactly a fair player. In fact Mike has been known to use a rough style against opponents and will break the rules. Fever was able to perform a Knee Drop to the Throat that had Kendo dazed but Mike wasted time flexing to the crowd and when he turned to the action Nagasaki Spit Green Mist blinding Fever. The Samurai Spin Kick was enough to get the pin. 4:53

3. The Spoiler II with Percy Pringle won by Count-Out over Rocky Jones. Jones had a sure pin after performing a Savate Kick but Percy Pringle was able to distract Referee Scrappy McGowan. The Spoiler II kicked Jones from the ring. Spoiler II is more in his element OOR. He performed a Grind Face to Steel Steps and then threw Rocky into the Press Table. Spoiler II turned the Press Table over with Rocky under. Spoiler II made it back to the ring but Rocky was unable and got Counted-Out. 11:07

4. Jumping Joe Savoldi; Flying Body Press Pin over Blond Bomber Art Crews. Crews tried to riled the fans by screaming loud as he came down the aisle. The fans were not reacting so Crews tore up a few programs. Savoldi came down to the aisle and performed a Jumping Spin Kick on Crews. Referee Dreamboat Art Walge called for the match to start. The action eventually got back to the ring where Crews used a Vicious Choke Hold and then a Falling Cranium Crusher that seemed to have him in charge. Savoldi used speed and flying moves as he fought back. Several High Flying Dropkicks had Crews reeling and then the Flying Body Press got the pin. 9:52

5. Rotten Ron Starr with Peaches and Scott McGhee; Double Count-Out. Starr rolled on his Cheat Modifier and immediately had the advantage. Referee Scrappy McGowan saw a Foreign Object on Peaches and sent her back to the Locker Area. McGhee used his speed to offset Starr’s rougher style. The frustrated Starr was in and out of the ring as he tried to avoid the High Flying moves. A Crushing Clothesline by Starr sent McGhee over the ropes to the floor. Starr bailed from the ring expecting to beat down McGhee but Scott held his own and in fact Dropkicked Rotten Ron over the barrier into the 1st row. The time ran out for both wrestlers as the fans cheered for McGhee. 10:48

6. Killer Karl Kox beat King Konga. Killer Karl put on his usual show of talking to his imaginary friend. His unusual ways had King Konga confused but Konga used some power moves that wore Kox down. Just when it looked like King Konga would put Karl down for kepps, Kox smashed Konga in the head with “Lar’s Money Bag.” Konga started to bleed from a pretty nasty cut. King Konga used a Diving Head Butt that had Kox down for keeps but Referee Dreamboat Art Walge saw the gash on Konga opened and was spewing blood. Walge called for the match to end for Too Much Blood. 11:09
 
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Post subject: 60s set?  PostPosted: Oct 06, 2016 - 12:03 AM



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Note to Edward R. Meek - Thank You for your kind words. The wrestlers you mentioned were based in East Tennesseea and wrestled for John Cazanna's Wide World of Wrestling. Most began their careers in the mid to late 50's and had their best years in the 60's. By the 70's many were being used as preliminaries for larger Federations. A few like Don Wright were able to do OK until the mid-70's as managers along with wrestling. They would all be included in a 60's set of wrestlers.

Hi Frank, any timetable when you might have this set up and running?

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Post subject: 1960's  PostPosted: Oct 13, 2016 - 05:30 AM



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Ed, I have tought about a set but have not gone any further. If I start a set I will let you know. Meanwhile there are many vintage and more current sets that will keep your dice rolling. A thought; maybe you could make up a few of your favorites and add them to ICW (included in the Memphis set). That would be quite realistic as many comprted for Angelo Savoldi at times.

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Post subject: CWF 10-13  PostPosted: Oct 13, 2016 - 07:11 AM



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Pelican Landing & Market 17 presents;
CWF/NWA Wrestling on WKID-TV Chan 5
The Armory – Fort Lauderdale, FL Att: 2,962



Commentators; Gordie Solie & Barbara Clary
Referees; Buddy Colt & Krusher Al Korman
Ring Announcer; Cookie Fleck Interviews; Gerry Fleck

1. The Dream (Mike Davis) with Maya Singh and Dave Barbie; Double Count-Out. The Dream and Maya Singh gained points for chasing Cookie Fleck from the ring. The fans began booing and booing even more than when the Army of Darkness members were introduced. Cookie is very popular after capturing the Blue Ribbon with her dog Winkie at the Mayflower Dog Show. Cookie and Gerry Fleck have become celebrities in Florida. The action in the ring was short lived as both wrestlers bailed. This was exactly what The Dream wanted and not what Barbie needed. Time ran out as The Dream and Maya Singh were beat on the helpless Dave. Maya Singh was formally Bob Roop before joining Kevin Sullivan’s band of weirds. 4:02

2. Abudadein with Luna & The Lock won by Count-Out over Tommy Angel. During OOR action Tommy had to fight off Abudadien, Luna and The Lock. Luna struck the ending blow with a Fire Extinguisher Smash that KO’d Tommy. Referee Krusher Al Korman was trying to send The Lock to the back stage during this action. Abudadien slipped back into the ring and acted like he was innocent. Note; Abudadein has the most influence on having Jake Roberts start bringing snakes to the ring. Abudadein was know as The Snakeman who brought a bag of snakes to ringside and both he and Jake were in the Army of Darkness although Abudadein had a less than stellar wrestling career. 5:12

3. Brad Armstrong won by DQ over Pat Rose with Downtown Bruno. Rose and his tag partner attacked Brad while he was being interviewed by Gerry Fleck. Ash slammed a Flood Lamp to Brad’s leg seriously hurting him. Brad chose to wrestle the match but was limited in his usual aerial moves and speed. In spite of the injury Brad was controlling the match and after performing a Falling Head Crusher, Rose was in trouble. Wild Bill Ash stormed the ring with a Folded Steel Chair. Referee Buddy Colt immediately called the match. 6:53

4. Eric Embry; Neckbreaker Pin over Kharma Molikai with The Dream and Maya Singh. Kharma seemed to be in control and nearly got a pin after a backward Head Slam and a Guillotine Leg Drop. Embry, who has changed his attitude though the fans still don’t trust him, fought back with a Flying Knee Smash that had Kharma dazed. The Dream tried to hit Embry with a bottle but only managed to whack Kharma across the forehead. Embry immediately hooked in a Neckbreaker that got the pin. 9:36

5. Crazy & Bugsy (Crazy Luke Graham & Bugsy McGraw with Percy Pringle and Frankie Laine & Tony Anthony; Double DQ. This was a match where the fans got what they expected. It was reduced to a OOR battle what any and everything not nailed down. Tables, Chairs, Trash Cans, TV Equipment & various vendor foods were thrown. Somehow Frankie Laine found a Pie and mushed it into Bugsy’s face. When Buddy Colt called for the Double DQ Crazy Luke and Bugsy acted as though they were being mistreated. 10:32

6. Jesse Barr and Jerry Oates; Time Limit Draw. Barr who is angry about his having been removed from the Top 10 on the Wrestling News Magazine refused an interview with Gerry Fleck so Jerry Oates took the interview and was very successful in the promotion. The extra points awarded was just what he needed. Barr when introduced came into the arena with a Fake Florida Championship Belt. He was copying Terry Funk who uses a fake NWA Belt. When questioned about the belt, Jesse said that it actually represented So. Florida. The head referee Buddy Colt got in the ring and announced that he had no knowledge of a So. Florida Belt but if it was real then it would be a title match. Jesse was livid; “It is mine and I am not giving it up.” The match was fairly even until Jesse pulled out a Hidden Foreign Object. After a few smashed to Oates mid-section Jesse took control. He performed a Running Clothesline and a Knee to the mid-section. Jess had Jerry lined up for a Corner Splash but missed and crashed into the Post. The tide changed and now it was Jerry who took charge. A Fling Missile and a Slingshot Catapult would have gotten the pin but at the 2 count the bell rang for a Draw. When Jesse went to get his belt Buddy Colt told him that he was holding it to check out the legitimacy. Barr left the arema in a foul mood. 15:00
 
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Bubba Jax & The Salty Snapper presents;
NWA/GCW on WTVP-TV Chan 26
Valdosta Arts Center – Valdosta, GA Att: 1,412




Commentators; Freddie Miller & Texas Jack Bence
Referees; Doug Smith and Dick Raines
Ring Announcer; Jeanine Petibone Interviews; Sister Sarah Brown

1. Soul Train Jones; K.O. Punch Pin over Bob Rusty Riddle. Riddle was arguing with the fans on his way to the ring and then took objection to their warm welcome to Soul Train. Riddle answer was to punch his fist in the air and show his disproval with mouth gestures. Riddle was able to gain an edge with a Double Ax Handle but when he tried a Suicide Jump from the Turnbuckle he crashed to the canvas. Soul Train used a Top Rope Dropkick to set up the K.O. Punch on Rusty who was totally dazed. 6:09

2. The Great Kabuki with Sir Oliver Humperdink; Thrust Kick Pin over Ron Shaw. Humperdink only interfered with a distraction once but it was enough. Kabuki hit Shaw with a Kendo Stick and the match was virtually over but Kabuki had to show more of his standard moves. He Spit Green Mist into Shaw’s face and then used a Trust Kick for the finisher. 3:13

3. Eric the Red; Bear Hug Submission over Len Denton. Eric was all dressed in his Viking’s suit with a Horned Helmet. He growled a bit and stomped around the ring. Denton showed some good moves in trying to confuse the Viking during the match. Len who is a rookie has been showing that he belongs. Denton used a Flying Leg Drop that appeared to hurt Eric who will play possum. When Denton went up the top rope for another High Flying move Eric caught Len in mid-air and used a Crushing Body Slam. Denton got to his feet only to be caught in a Bear Hug that spelled curtains. 4:51

4. Cyclone Negro won by DQ over Jimmy Golden with Brenda Britton. The fans began chanting ; “Flea Bag, Flea Bag” as soon as Jimmy and Brenda entered the arena. The clever Jimmy performed an Eye Rake and a Bucksnort Head Basher that had Cyclone dazed. Cyclone was able to fight back and turn the tide. The match seemed all but over when Cyclone performed as Jumping Piledriver that is curtains to opponents. Robert Fuller came running to the ring and entered to break up the pin. Brenda tried to distract but Referee Dick Raines saw Fuller and called for the DQ. 10:26

5. The Mod Squad (Spike and Basher) with J.D. Costello were awarded the match against The Rocky’s (Jones and King). The match was fairly even although it took a lot of patience on Referee Doug Smith’s part. First Spike, then Basher kept bailing from the ring to break up The Rocky’s even flow game. Finally Rocky Jones caught Basher with a Savate Kick. Rocky King tagged in only to be greeted by Spike who had a Hidden Sharp Object. Rocky King got cut and the blood was flowing from the wound. Referee Doug Smith wisely called the match. 12:47

6. Robert Fuller with Brenda Britton won by Count-Out over Mighty Igor. Fuller who is always dangerous with his Loaded Boot used it a few times when Igor was downed. Fuller followed with Knee Drops the Head but couldn’t get the pin. Igor caught Fuller in a Boston Crab and it looked like light’s out. Brenda was able to distract Referee Dick Raines while Jimmy Golden ran to the ring and broke up the hold. Igor bailed from the ring and chased Brenda and Jimmy who stopped to fight with Igor. Time ran out and Fuller got the win. It was exactly what he wanted. 11:59
 
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NWA/CWF Wrestling on WMOC-TV Chan 51
The Venom House – Snake Bight, FL Att: 948



Commentators; Barbara Clary & Ernie Dusek
Referees; Steve Brody & Johnny DeFazio
Ring Announcers; Oxford Charlie & Lily Chang

1. Mr. Ito with Hiro Matsuda and J.R. Foley; Double Count-Out. Ito and Matsuda had a great interview using their usual scare tactics. Ito was awarded extra points for this match for the interview and the booing that followed. J.R. Foley, who like the rougher style, was no push over in this match. J.R. eventually bailed from the ring and hit Matsuda with a Trash Can. Mr. Ito left the ring to help his manager. Both wrestlers became victims of Referee Steve Brody’s count. 5:22

2. Maya Singh with The Dream; Skull Crusher Pin over Tommy Lane. Maya was helped by rolling on his Cheat Modifier that added point to his total. Singh who wrestled as Bob Roop before the Maya persona had a lot of interference help from The Dream (Mike Davis). During a distraction, The Dream used a wire to choke out Lane then Singh followed with a Skull Crusher to finish off Tommy. Singh and The Dream are both members of Kevin Sullivan’s Army of Darkness. 5:16

3. Private Jim Nelson; Cobra Clutch Submission over Mike Jackson. Jackson was in control and had Nelson reeling until the Private resorted to some rougher tactics; A Kick to the Groin and several to the stomach. A Military Slam set up the Cobra Clutch Submission Hold that Nelson learned from his mentor Sgt. Slaughter. 6:45

4. New York Rocker Al Perez; Top Rope Dropkick Pin over Intercontinental Nobleman Joe Turko. Turko heard cheers from a group of fans. This cost Joe some points. The Nobleman seems to have a small following because of his antics. Joe had some sand or some type of foreign substance hidden in his boot. After throwing it into Al’s eyes, Turko tried a pin using the Ropes as Leverage. He was caught. Perez wasted no time in hitting Joe with a Slingshot Clothesline. Perez climbed the top rope and used a Top Rope Dropkick to put Turko away. 7:04

5. Hustler Rip Rogers with Brenda Britton won by Count-Out over Skip Young. Brenda cannot escape the “Flea Bag” chants even from a small Snake Bight group. Skip was able to gain an early advantage while the Hustler was yelling at the fans about verbal abuse to his manager. Young was able to run over and use a Roll-Up attempted pin that most thought was enough for a 3 count but Referee Steve Brody didn’t react in time. Brenda used several interference moves; Tripping, Slam with a Handbag, etc. finally irritating Skip to bail from the ring and chase her. She turned and sprayed Mace into Young’s eyes. He was blinded for the moment and couldn’t find his way back to the ring. Referee Steve Brody counted him out. 10:16

6. Angel of Death with Playboy Gary Hart won by Count-Out over Jay Youngblood. Jay had Angel of Death dazed from some Tomahawk Chops and a Crushing Flying Axe Handle. Gary Hart was able to pull Jay from pin attempts and even used his Loaded Boot to kick Youngblood in the stomach. The popular Native American left the ring to confront Hart but was greeted by Pac Song who came to defend his leaded. Meanwhile Angel of Death was able to get to his feet in the ring. As Jay Youngblood and Pac Song slugged it out OOR, Referee Johnny DeFazio counted Jay out. 13:52
 
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NWA/CWF Wrestling on WTOG-TV Chan 44
Hudson AC – St. Augustine, FL Att: 1,558



Commentators; Gordie Solie, Sonny Myers & Virgil Yokum
Referees; Jimmy McGuire & Smasher Sloan
Ring Announcer; Hot Horse Herbie Hines

Mike Graham was the guest in Gordie Solie’s interview corner. During the interview for TV, Hiro Matsuda and Mr. Pogo interrupted. They were angry about Pogo’s current low ranking in the Pro Wrestling Monthly magazine. Matsuda blamed Gordie. They argued with Gordie and it became very heated. Mike Graham had enough of this and threatened to have it out right then and there. Marsuda, not daring any injuries to his Mr. of Evil, backed off. Pogo lost points for his Main Event match with Graham later in the card.

1. Jerry Brisco, Figure Four Leglock Submission over Hangman Len Kruger. Jerry stated out by rolling on his Technical Modifier that added points to his total. Kruger who has very little if any technical skills was frustrated and became even more so when Referee Jimmy McGuire caught him with a Foreign Object. Brisco had the point advantage and used his skills to set the Hangman up with a Belly to Back Suplex. After Jerry hooked in the Figure Four, the match was over. 5:56

2. Pretty Boy Larry Sharp and Trent Knight; Double Count-Out. Although Sharp had the better skills in this match, Knight was able to lure the Pretty Boy from the ring. Sharp and Knight fought up the ramp and through the Food Court. After destroying what they could of the Food Court the fight went into the hall and through a door into an office. Several items in the office were destroyed; pictures broken, lamps smashed, etc. The local police came and arrested both wrestlers who were taken to the local Police Station. 4:12

3. Demon Joe Turner won by Count-Out over Kendall Windham. Windham used his speed and abilities to gain an advantage. He had Turner reeling from Dropkicks and a Flying Forearm Smash. Turner responded with Illegal Chokes but was broken up and warned by Referee Jimmy McGuire. After the action went OOR, the Demon was in his element and smashed the Gong-Bell to Kendall’s shull. Windham was out cold as Turner slipped back in the ring. 7:41

4. King Curtis Iaukea with Kevin Sullivan; Double Throat Thrust Pin over Steve Armstrong. King Curtis and Kevin Sullivan spent time arguing with fans who were booing and yelling names at the Army of Darkness Duo. King Curtis ripped several posters and even threatened to do the same to a fan. Sullivan had what he wanted; extra points on King Curtis’ total. Armstrong started quicly using Missile Dropkicks to gain the advantage. Sullivan frustrated at watching Steve handle to veteran Curtis, handed the King a Sharp Object. Iaukea immediately used it to slash Steve in the forehead causing blood to flow down his face blinding him. King Curtis used a Double Throat Thrust to put Armstrong down and gain the Pin. 8:08

5. Bad LeRoy Brown and Butcher Brannigan; Double DQ. Everyone knew that scientific moves were non-existent for this match. Bad LeRoy was a crowd pleaser who would sign autographs for the fans. He added points to his total by interacting with the crowd. Brannigan on the other hand was his usual disgruntled self but he would always be bring his A game in the ring. The wrestlers used a lot of punching, body slams and even biting trying to gain the advantage. After fighting OOR both re-entered the ring with chairs. Referee Jimmy McGuire had enough and called the match a Double DQ. 10:14

6. Mike Graham; Olympic Roll-Up Pin over Mr. Pogo with Hiro Matsuda. Pogo tried his usual dirty tactics but was not having a lot of success with the crafty Graham. During a distraction of Referee Smasher Sloan, Pogo grabbed a chair to use on Graham. Mike immediately Dropkicked the chair into Pogo’s face. Hiro Matsuda seeing the problem Threw a Foreball. Unfortunately for Pogo it blinded him and Mike Graham too advantage with the Olympic Roll-Up for the Pin. 11:36


Follow up on Pretty Boy Larry Sharp and Trent Knight from the Jail - Pictures of them behind bars would eventually be in the local papers. Knight seemed embarrassed but Pretty Boy Sharp was more than thrilled with this type of publicity.
 
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NWA/GCW Wrestling on WTEP-TV Chan16
The Battleground – East Point, GA Att: 1,886



Commentators; Stan Rhodes & Killer Joe Christy
Referees; Bill McMann & Big Jack Wilson
Ring Announcers; Dave the Dude & Frenchy Winkler

1. Brett Wayne; Diving Cross Body Pin over Big Pete Austin. Wayne had extra points added to his total after a woman kissed him on his way to the ring. Austin didn’t appreciate the gesture questioning Referee Bill McMann as to why women didn’t kiss him (Big Pete). Pete used his rough style trying to gain an edge in the match. He managed to blind Brett for the moment after Grinding his Face to the Mat. Brett eventually took charge and used a Running Knee Lift as a setup then hit Big Pete with a Cross Body for the Pin. 6:01

2. Tracy Smothers; Spin Kick Pin over Ali Bey. Tracy had a great interview with Stan Rhodes giving Smothers extra points. Ali Bey resorted to Eye Rakes and Head Butts showing off his usual best moves. Tracy shook off the daze from the Head Butts and hit Ali with a Jaw Jacker. As Ali Bey struggled to stay on his feet, Tracy used a Spin Kick to put Bey down and get the Pin. 5:42

3. Rip Morgan with Downtown Bruno; Chairshot Pin over Len Denton. This was cheating from the start for Morgan and Bruno; Biting, Groin Kicks and tripping by Bruno. Referee McMann seen to allow more illegal activity than he should although Bruno is a master of distraction. Denton almost had a pin after applying a Spinning Neckbreaker but the pin was broken by Bruno. Morgan took advantage of a distraction and slammed a Flag Pole to Denton’s head. A Chairshot ended the match. Denton was carried away on a stretcher. 6:56

4. Jimmy Garvin win by Count-Out over Private Don Kernodle. The main action in this match took place OOR. Kernodle, who has a vicious style since his association with Sgt. Slaughter, tried to hit Garvin with any object he could reach. The Popular Garvin was cheered on by the fans. Kernodle found a Chair and tried to smash it to Jimmy’s skull but the move got reversed. Kernodle crashed to the floor as Garvin climbed back in the ring. Referee Big Jack Wilson counted The Private out. 9:25

5. Ray Candy won by DQ over Pac Song with Playboy Gary Hart. Candy had Pac Song in trouble after a Grinding Headlock and a Super Side Slam. Gary Hart took a chance, entered the ring and Kicked Candy in the Stomach with a Loaded Boot. Referee Bill McMann was out of position and shaking off a Sandwiched Splash. Candy was able to recover from the Boot and start an offense on the weakened Pac Song. Playboy Gary Hart handed Pac Song a Kendo Stick but Referee Bill McMann caught the infraction. The match was ruled a DQ. 10:26

6. Bobby “Porkchop” Cash pinned Ron Slinker with Luna and The Lock. Slinker was able to gain a slight advantage by using his Foreign Objects. The tough Porkchop fought back eventually hitting Slinker with a Falling Porkchop (Elbow). Luna and The Lock reacted with a Fire Extinguisher Spray of Foam. Unfortunately for Slinker it hit him in the face. Porkchop pushed him over for the Pin much to the fans delight. 9:33
 
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Post subject: Mid-Atlantic  PostPosted: Mar 14, 2017 - 10:02 AM



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Pine Nut Bait and Tackle & Mayo’s Seafood presents;
NWA/Mid-Atlantic Wrestling on WRAL-TV Chan 5
Camp Don Turner – Arapahoe, NC Att: 1,274



Commentators; Bob Caudel & Elvira Snodgrass
Referees; Ron West & Willie Farkas
Ring; Harlan Pepper

1. The Italian Stallion won by Count-Out over Bob Brown. The popular Stallion spent extra time signing autographs on his way to the ring irritating Brown to no end. The Stallion had points added to his total irritation Brown even further. Brown wanted to take the match OOR and he got his wish. He grabbed a Trash Can to use a weapon but was countered with the Stallion throwing him into the Steel Steps. As Brown recovered and got to his feet, the Stallion used a European Uppercut for a KO. Bob Brown was counted out. (Nore; This Brown is not Bulldog Bob) 7:08

2. Kendo Nagasaki with Oliver Humperdink and Mike Jackson; Double DQ. Jackson is a tough wrestler who can hold his own against rough competition and he proved it. The two wrestlers were fighting right out of the locker room and very little action was in the ring. Humperdink handed Nagasaki every object he could find to injure Jackson. Mike avoided serious injury until Nagasaki Spit Geen Mist blinding Mike. Humerdink slammed a Chair over Jackson’s head, then placed a Kendo Stick in his hand. Referee Willie Farkus didn’r see the infraction and ruled a Double DQ. Humperdink complained that Nagasaki was innocent. That didn’t fly with Farkus. The decision stood. 6:56

3. Gorgeous George South; Knee Drop Bulldog Pin over Tony Zane. The fans booed South after George chased Ring Announcer Harlan Pepper from the ring. This gave South extra points. South had several chances to get the win but continually released the holds. In fact some fans heard Zane submit during a Face Claw but Referee Ron West missed the cry and South let go of the hold mainly to inflict more pain. George pulled out a Foreign Object and hit Tony in the chops before finishing him with a Knee Drop Bulldog. 4:11

4. Nelson Royal won by DQ over Krusher Khrushev with Ivan Koloff. Ivan gave a great promotion interview with Bob Caudel adding extra points to Krusher’s total. The veteran Royal had some clever moves that kept Krusher off balance. Finally after a Running Knee Smash, Khrushev was ready for the pickings. Ivan sensing the problem, ran in the ring and Smashed a Chain to Nelson’s back. Royal crumbled to the canvas. Referee Farkas called for the DQ as Ivan and Krusher continually beat on Nelson. Several wrestlers ran out from the locker room to pull the Russians from the beat down. 8:52

5. New Breed (Chris Champion and Sean Royal) beat Carolina TNT (Gary Royal and Tommy Angel). Carloina TNT showed some nice moves and had New Breed reeling on several occasions. Gary Royal resorted several times to a rougher style that was his trademark in the past. Eventually New Breed used the high aerial attack to wear down TNT. Sean Royal used a Diving Cross Body on Gary Royal and Chris Champion followed with a Top Rope Dive for the Pin. 12:24

6. The Warlord with Paul Jones pinned Sam Houston. This was a match that was determined by Houston being overpowered by numbers. In fact Sam had the advantage for most of the match with The Warlord unable to counter Sam’s speed. Paul Jones called for help and The Barbarian came to ringside. Referee Willie Farkas should have send the Barbarian back to the locker area but he allowed him to stay. During a distraction by Paul Jones, The Barbarian got the job done. He slammed a Chair over Houston’s skull. Sam collapsed to the canvas and The Warlord got the pin as Referee DFarkas turned to see the action. 11:23
 
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Post subject: Mid-Atlantic  PostPosted: Mar 16, 2017 - 10:42 AM



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Café Rio & Mum Mums presents;
NWA/Mid-Atlantic Wrestling on WTDC-TV Chan 41
Prestige Center – Manassas, VA Att: 2,112



Commentators; Billy Powell & Chris Tolos
Referees; Angelo Martinelli & Dr. Bill Miller
Ring; Juliet Jones

1. Hector Guerrero; Underhook Suplex Pin over Alaskan Hunter Dale Veasey. Veasey did what he could to gain an advantage. He ripped the cover off the turnbuckle and slammed Hector’s forehead into to exposed metal. Guerrero was bleeding and blinded from the flowing blood when the Alaskan threw him head first to the floor below. Somehow Hector was able to crawl back in the ring. Veasey was complaining to Referee Angelo Martinelli to stop the match because of Guerrero’s blood. It was ruining his (Veasey’s) get-up. While he was complaining, Hector mustered enough energy to run over, use a Slamming Forearm and then an Underhook Suplex for the pin. 6:21

2. The G-Men (Len Denton and Tony Anthony) beat Tobacco Road (Nobleman Joe Turko and Big Pete Austin). Prior to the match The Nobleman and Big Pete strutted around the ring claiming to be the best. During the match Turko resorted to his usual Foreign Object (Stick with Aluminum Foil wrapped). Big Pete used his nasty cigar to burn Tony Anthony. This almost gave Tobacco Road a win but Turko was using the Ropes for Leverage. AS Austin was entering the ring from a tag, Denton hit him with a Knee Lift to the Groin. Anthony followed with a Bucksnort Headcracker to the Corner Post for the Pin. (Tony is from Bucksnort, TN so he name his Rammer after his beloved hometown). 9:35

3. The Russian Assassin with Ivan Koloff won by Count-Out over Cowboy Frankie Laine. Frankie was more seasoned in the ring and probably could have outlasted the Russian but the Cowwboy got lured OOR where Ivan was waiting with his Chain nearby. During the Brawl Ivan slammed the chain across Laine’s back. The Russian Assassin slipped back in the ring and was awarded the victory via Count-Out. 7:42

4. Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin with Michael Hayes won by DQ over Bugsy McGraw. Bugsy who has become a fan favorite was awarded a Plaque from the Local Boys and Girls Club because of his dedication to the communities. Garvin and Hayes quickly became bored with the short ceremony. During the match Bugsy was using some rougher methods to keep an edge on Gorgeous Jimmy. Hayes snuck over to Bugsy’s ringside items and took the Plaque. Bugsy seeing the Plaque in Hayes’ hands immediately lunged and grabbed the Plaque. Bugsy turned and slammed it over Gorgeous Jimmy’s head. Jimmy crumpled to the canvas as Referee Bill Miller called for the DQ. Bugsy retrieved a Trash Can and slammed it to Michael Hayes as he was trying to come to Garvin’s rescue. The fans were on their feet cheering, not caring that Bugsy lost the match. He won the war today. 8:46

5. The Midnight Rider; Bionic Elbow Pin over Ivan Koloff with Nikita Koloff. There has been a lot of speculation to the identity of the Midnight Rider. Some of the better guesses have been; President Ronald Reagan, Sylvester Stallone, Elvis Presley (who really didn’t die), Robert Di Niro and even Don Vito Corleone. The Rider is a 300 lb. wrestler who can handle himself in Championship fashion. Since Dusty Rhodes has been suspended everyone knows it could not be him. Everyone knows that Dusty would respect the suspension. The Midnight Rider was interviewed prior to the match because Ivan refused to do his scheduled promotional interview. The Rider was awarded extra points. During the match the Rider kept Ivan off balance and lashed out at Nikita who was continually trying to interfere. When Nikita finally had his chance he swung the Chain and hit Ivan in the head. Ivan crashed to the canvas and the Midnight Rider hit the Ivan with a Bionic Elbow for the Pin. 9:52

6. Ole Anderson with J.J. Dillon; Diving Knee Drop Pin over Jimmy “Boogie “ Valiant. The popular Jimmy danced to the ring to his “Boy from NYC’ music and had the fans clapping and singing. During the early match Jimmy used moves that had Ole confused and in need of help. He eventually got help after Referee Dr. Bill Miller got sandwiched between the wrestlers and fell to the floor dazed. J.J. Dillon immediately called for help and got it from Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson. They held Jimmy while Ole slugged him in the chops. Jimmy fell to the canvas where Tully and Arn held him down and Ole used a Diving Knee Drop. J.J. Dillon helped Referee Dr. Bill Miller back in the ring where he saw the pin. 10:33
 
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The Righteous Brew & Wingo’s Grill presents;
NWA/Mid-Atlantic Wrestling on WHMT-TV Chan 12
The Saw Mill - Hatfield Mountain, WV Att: 1,006



Commentators; Tom Miller and Billy “Tarzan” Darnell
Referees; Tommy Weathers and Ivan Kalmikoff
Ring; Sue Ann Nivens

1. Butcher Brannigan; Running Shoulder Smash Pin over Eddie Roberts. Butcher started his rough antics early by slamming a vendor tray over young Eddie’s head. Brannigan toyed with the youngster for a while before using a Wicked Kick to the Groin as a set-up for a Running Shoulder Smash that put Roberts down for the Pin. 4:45

2. Kendall Windham; Bulldog Pin over Hangman Len Kruger. Things went downhill quickly after The Hangman tried a Chairshot that was reversed when Kendall Dropkicked it back into Kruger’s face. A Flying Knee Rib Crusher led to the Bulldog and a Pin. 5:05

3. Outlaw Ron Bass with J.J. Dillon; Inverted Suplex Slam over Trent Knight. Bass and J.J. Dillon were quite pleased after The Outlaw chased Ring Announcer Sue Ann Nivens from the ring. They were celebrating this minimal victory of sorts when Trent hit Bass with a Flying Forearm Smash. After a near pin Trent followed it with a Whip to the Ropes and a Chest Basher. Dillon was able to stop Knight by tripping him into a Bass Texas Gourdbuster. Bass performed a Inverted Suplex Slam for the Pin. 5:40

4. The Thunderfoots (#1 & #2) won by Count-Out over The Mulkey’s (Bill & Randy). The Thunderfoots worked well together using various combo moves; Whips, Dropkicks and Diving Body Presses. Eventually the action went OOR where a combo whip to the Steps and Thunderfoot Kicks put both Mulkey’s down. Thunderfoot #2, the legal man, slipped back in the ring as Randy Mulkey was Counted-Out. 7:22

5. Big Bubba Rogers with Jim Cornette won by Count-Out over Michael P.S. Hayes with Jimmy Garvin. This is a continuation of a feud that started when Big Bubba, Cornette’s Bodyguard, interfered and stopped a pin of Hayes over Midnight Express’ Dennis Condrey. Hayes had Big Bubba reeling from several quick moves and a Spin Kick. Hayes used a Purly Sexy DDT that would have gotten a pin but Jim Cornette was able to smash his tennis racket over Michael’s head while Referee Tommy Weathers was distracted by Dennis Condrey who came to ringside. Hayes got frustrated and chased Cornette up the aisle to the backstage area. Jimmy Garvin was at ringside fighting with Condrey. 11:36

6. Road Warrior Hawk; Neckbreaker Pin over Baron Von Raschke with Number 1 Paul Jones. Hawk used his power to gain an advantage although the clever Baron was slippery enough to avoid serious trouble. During the action, The Barbarian of Paul Jones’ Army wandered to the ring and to no one’s surprise found a way to interfere. He used his Loaded Wrist Shields as a weapon in anticipation as the Baron was about to whip Hawk to the ropes. Unfortunately for the Baron the move was reveres and Hawk did the whip. The Barbarian smashed the Baron directly in the chops. Von Raschke crumbled to the canvas. Hawk used a Spinebuster Slam and then a Neckbreaker to gain the pin. 13:07
 
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