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Post subject: WWF Results  PostPosted: May 07, 2016 - 07:01 AM



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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80’s Era) – Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, Shreveport, LA. Att: 8,839.




Commentators: Gorilla Monsoon & Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Ring Announcer: “Mighty” Marty Klestadt
Referees: Jack Kruger, Joey Marella & Pat Patterson

1. Our opening contest pitting the Tonga Kid against Gino Carrabello never took place. Tonga was being interviewed backstage by “Mean” Gene Okerlund prior to the bout when Steve Lombardi came out of nowhere and jumped him from behind. Lombardi, who was sporting a new get up with a dirty torn sweatshirt that read “Brooklyn Brawler” and a stogie clenched between his teeth, took a flood lamp from the set and laid out the Kid with a vicious smash across the back. He then added a few more stomps to the Kid’s injured back before departing. Tonga was too badly injured from the assault to wrestle Carrabello.

2. “No. 1 Frenchman” Rene Goulet (w/ Mysterious Glove and Frenchy Martin) over Scott McGhee at 7:46. Scotty used his aerial prowess quite effectively to control the tempo of this bout until Goulet bailed from the ring to consult with his manager. While the two were conferring on the floor, Frenchy appeared to give Goulet more than some good advice. Rene left the meeting with an object given to him by Martin which he covertly slid inside his controversial glove. Goulet re-entered the ring and KO'd his opponent with a loaded haymaker to put McGhee’s shoulders to the mat for the three count.



“No. 1 Frenchman” Rene Goulet


3. Uncle Elmer (w/ Hillbilly Jim) defeated “Canada’s Greatest Athelete” Iron Mike Sharpe at 4:24. After Marty Klestadt’s match introductions, the two hillbillies had a grand time dancing a little do-se-do to some fancy fiddle music while the fans clapped along. Iron Mike grew impatient with the delay and was contemplated a sneak attack, but thought better of it when Jim threatened to bop him with his lucky horseshoe. Once the action finally got under way, Sharpe drew some chuckles from the crowd when he tried to lift the 475lb Elmer for a Body Slam attempt, but his biggest mistake came when he ran full steam into the turnbuckle on an ill-advised corner charge. The big hillbilly finished off the dazed Iron Mike with a Leg Drop moments later for the 1-2-3.

4. “Adorable” Adrian Adonis (w/ manager Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart) bested Tony Garea at 6:06. Tony may be in the twilight of his career at this point, but he still had enough gas left in the tank to test Adonis. Garea stunned the Adorable One with a pair of Drop Kicks before catching him with a Flying Cross Body Press off the ropes, but the momentum of the maneuver put the rotund Adonis on top. Adrian grabbed a handful of tights to secure the winning pinfall.

5. “The Natural” Butch Reed (w/ unnatural blonde hair and manager “The Doctor of Style” Slick) over Tito Santana via DQ at 9:35. Reed was in a heep of trouble after sustaining Santana’s Flying Forearm finisher, but had his foot draped on the bottom rope by Slick to break Referee Jack Kruger’s pin count. As it turned out, the Doctor of Style had another trick up his sleeve. Slick threw a handful of powder into Tito’s eyes while the Natural distracted the official. The native of Tocula, Mexico stumbled blindly around the ring with arms flailing and accidentally clocked Kruger with a wild punch to draw the disqualification.

6. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper teamed up with his personal bodyguard “Ace” Cowboy Bob Orton Jr. to defeat the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & “Jumping” Jim Brunzell) in tag team action at 10:53. History has shown that it can be quite difficult to tell Brunzell and Blair apart when the duo wear their masks. Unfortunately for the Bees, masked confusion worked against them this time around. Brunzell was climbing up to the turnbuckle to deliver a high risk maneuver when he was knocked off balance by Rowdy Roddy. Orton seized the moment and hopped up to the 2nd rope to catch Jumping Jim in a Superplex. Unable to tell one Bee apart from the other, Referee Pat Patterson counted the pin on Brunzell despite B. Brian Blair technically being the legal man for his team at the time.

7. “Macho Man” Randy Savage (w/ "Pomp & Circumstance" & Miss Elizabeth) over Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat in the Main Event at 34:35. Prior to the match, Sergeant Slaughter interjected himself into an interview between Steamboat and “Mean” Gene Okerlund to praise the Dragon’s skills and career accomplishments. The Sarge’s ringing endorsement gave Ricky some valuable bonus points to work with against the Macho Man. Slaughter suggested that he and Steamboat team up somewhere down the road, but the Dragon said that he had his sights firmly set on dethroning Nikolai Volkoff as the WWF Intercontinental Champion. The Sarge nodded and wished Ricky luck against Savage before departing. Apparently the former Marine Drill Instructor from Parris Island, SC had taken Steamboat’s response quite personally. Slaughter re-emerged from the dressing room and shoved Ricky off the top rope when the Dragon was setting himself to deliver his Diving Cross Body Press finisher onto Savage. The Macho Man then raced up to the turnbuckle and delivered his patented Flying Elbow Drop onto his downed opponent. Referee Jack Kruger, who had been toppled to the canvas and was oblivious to the Sarge’s interference, recovered to count the pin for Savage.
 
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Post subject: AWA Results  PostPosted: May 12, 2016 - 08:33 AM



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AWA Results (Mid 80’s) - Taylor Arena, Rochester, MN. Att: 4,706.



Commentators: Lee Marshall & “Dapper” Dave Prill
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Marty Miller, Scott Ledoux & Jim Bunning

1. ”Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers over ”Slick” Nick Kiniski (w/ Madusa Micelli) via Count Out at 5:30. Sonny got off to a rocky start and received a boot to the midsection after falling for Kiniski’s bogus handshake to kick things off. Little did we know that help was on the way for the Beach Boy in the form of the diminutive Jake “Milkman” Milliman ! The Milkman, who is feeling his oats these days after running off a string of three consecutive victories, came down to ringside and challenged Slick Nick to a match next week. Kiniski got into a heated confrontation with Milliman on the floor and completely lost track of Referee Marty Miller’s ten count. Madusa implored her man to get himself back inside the ring but Nick was too late to make the count.

2. “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers defeated “California Kid” Tommy Jammer at 6:39. Jammer borrowed the house mic after Al DeRusha’s match introductions to thank the crowd for their warm reception and picked up some bonus points in the process. Jammer also added to his total with a roll on his Speed Modifier, but the rugged Debeers prevailed in the end. The Champion of Apartheid used a low kick to the groin to set the California Kid up for his South African Facebuster enroute to victory.

3. Some fickle fans in Rochester boo’d Curt Hennig as the native of Robbinsdale, Minnesota made his way down the aisle to take on Dennis Stamp. Undaunted by the lack of crowd support (and loss of points), Hennig made quick work of the veteran from Amarillo, Texas. Curt stunned his opponent with a crushing Belly to Back Suplex before finishing Stamp off with a Missile Drop Kick from the top rope at 2:53.

4. The Pretty Playboys (“Playboy” Buddy Rose & “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers w/ “Sensational” Sherri Martel) beat the duo of “Jamming” Mitch Snow & Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris at 8:35. The Playboys know how to draw the heat and succeeded in riling up the crowd with a boisterous entrance to earn themselves extra heel points. The always entertaining Buddy Rose sported a T-Shirt that read “Lean Mean Fighting Machine” and needed some help from Sherri in removing it from his 271lb rotund frame much to the amusement of the fans. By far the more experienced team, Rose & Somers used quick tags in and out to wear down Ferris and prevent him from reaching his corner. Anthony sustained a Double Team Suplex before going down for the count to the Playboy’s Las Vegas Jackpot DDT.

5. “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin (w/ valet Precious) over “Olympian” Brad Rheingans via Count Out in a terrific match at 8:42. Garvin has excellent mic skills and cut a brilliant promo with Lee Marshall prior to the bell. Overcome by the aerosol air freshner that Precious was liberally spraying around the interview set, Marshall ended the segment a tad prematurally, but not before Gorgeous Jimmy refused to accept responsibility for being “the best looking wrestler in the world”. A roll on his Cheating Modifier helped pave the way to victory for Garvin. Rheingans was choked out on the floor by Jimmy with Al DeRusha’s microphone cord while Precious argued with Referee Scott Ledoux. Gasping for breath and crawling on his hands and knees, Brad tried to drag himself back inside the ring but it was not in time to make the official’s ten count.

6. AWA Television Championship Match. Challenger Boris Zhukov (w/ manager Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) over defending Champion “High Flyer” Greg Gagne by Referee’s Decision at 6:17. Zhukov managed to slip a foreign object past Referee Jim Bunning’s detection during a pre-match pat down and used the weapon to open a deep gash across Gagne’s forehead during the action. The champion bled profusely from the cut, so much so that Bunning, upon examing the wound, stopped the bout and declared Gagne unable to continue. Zhukov was declared the winner with Gagne retaining the AWA TV Title.

7. The Main Event featured a 16 Man Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal with the winner receiving a check for $10,000 from AWA Commisioner Stanley Blackburn as well as a title match against AWA World Champion Rick Martel next week at the Minneapolis Auditorium. The participants included “Jamming” Mitch Snow, Boris Zhukov, Dennis Stamp, Jake “The Milkman” Milliman, “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers, Curt Hennig, “California Kid” Tommy Jammer, “The Z Man” Tom Zenk (substituting for “High Flyer” Greg Gagne), Nick Kiniski, “Olympian” Brad Rheingans, “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers, “Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers, “Playboy” Buddy Rose, Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris, Stan “The Lariat” Hansen & “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin.

Order of elimination: Dennis Stamp by Curt Hennig, Sonny Rogers by Nick Kiniski, Tom Zenk by a Doug Somers/Buddy Rose Double Team, Stan Hansen by Colonel Debeers when Debeers pulled the top rope down after Jake Milliman ducked Hansen’s Running Lariat, Boris Zhukov by Brad Rheingans, Jimmy Garvin by Tommy Jammer when Garvin was Drop Kicked from behind while playing to the crowd and mussing with his hair, Anthony Ferris by Colonel Debeers, Mitch Snow by Buddy Rose, Buddy Rose by Brad Rheingans while Rose was taking a bow for eliminating Snow, Nick Kiniski by Jake Milliman, Tommy Jammer by Colonel Debeers, Doug Somers by Curt Hennig after the eliminated Buddy Rose errantly clocked Somers with a foreign object, Colonel Debeers by Brad Rheingans (big pop from the crowd on that one), Jake Milliman by Curt Hennig (more boos for Hennig) and Brad Rheingans by Curt Hennig. Your winner of the Battle Royal at 30:17 – Curt Hennig.

After being announced as the winner of the Battle Royal, Hennig shouted to the fans :



“How do you like me now ??”

Hennig then made a hand gesture before storming off with his check from Stanley Blackburn. Some in attendance said it was the sign for the Axe (the famous Hennig family finisher). Others insist that Hennig flipped off the crowd. Either way, Curt will get his AWA title match against Rick Martel in next week’s Main Event.
 
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Post subject: UWF Results  PostPosted: May 17, 2016 - 09:16 AM



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“Cowboy” Bill Watts’ UWF Results (Circa 1987) - Irish McNeil Boy's Club, Shreveport, LA. Att: 2,351.



Commentators: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: “Jolting” Joe Bryan
Referees: Carl Fergie, Tommy Gilbert & Edward Faulk

1.”Mr. Superb” Steve Doll (w/ Missy Hyatt, UWF TV Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert & Terry Taylor) defeated Davey Haskins in our opening contest at 8:36. Looking to make a favorable impression upon the First Family of Professional Wrestling as a possible future member, Doll made a big entrance to Motley Crue’s “Girls, Girls, Girls !” and proceeded to completely dominate young Haskins right from the opening bell. Mr. Superb could have pinned his opponent on several occasions, but kept yanking Davey up at the count of two despite Referee Carl Fergie’s repeated warnings to the contrary. Doll finally finished off Haskins with a Flying Forearm off the ropes and dedicated the victory to Terry Taylor. The First Family members talked amongst themselves afterwards with Taylor seeming quite impressed.

Jim Ross called Art Crews’ actions last week “reprehensible” during a ringside interview segment with the veteran grappler. Crews, one might recall, clobbered “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan with Terry Gordy’s UWF Championship belt during a title match last week in Muskogee. Crews was visibly upset with Duggan after Hacksaw interrupted his promo earlier in the program. His interference enabled Gordy to retain the title. Crews showed no remorse for his doings; to the contrary – he claimed to be “proud” of costing Duggan his title shot and even went so far as to refer to Hacksaw as “over-rated”. Ross pressed the matter further and questioned as to whether or not there was any collusion between Crews and the Fabulous Freebirds. Art objected to the suggestion and was threatening to haul off and smack the announcer when he was suddenly run off by Duggan and his trusty 2x4 much to the delight of the fans.





‘Hacksaw” Jim Duggan



2. Our second match pitting Kortsia Korchenko against “Raging Greek” Mike Pappas never took place. Jim Duggan decided to stick around ringside after the interview segment and led the crowd in a loud “U.S.A.!” chant while Korchenko made his way down the aisle. The big Russian took exception to the rowdy reception and got into a heated confrontation with Hacksaw on the floor. Several wrestlers ran out from the back to separate the two combatants.

3. Steve Cox beat “Cuban Hitman” Gustavo Mendoza (w/ “Cuban Assassin” David “Fidel” Sierra) at 4:34. Cox appeared to be at a distinct disadvantage with Sierra lurking around ringside. While the Assassin did prove to be a constant source of distraction, his interference would ultimately lead to Mendoza’s downfall. The Cuban Hitman was stunned by an errant smash from Sierra’s Cuban Flag and stumbled right into a Bridging Back Suplex to give Cox the victory.

4. “Gorgeous” Gary Young (w/ Brett Sawyer) topped Brad Armstrong at 9:44. Sawyer may have led the cheers from Young’s corner with his spirited encouragement and advice, but otherwise refrained from directly interfering in the contest – that is, until the very end. An inadvertent collision with Referee Carl Fergie left Gorgeous Gary dazed and sprawled out on the mat. Armstrong immediately scaled the top rope to attempt a Diving Splash but was pushed off the turnbuckle by Sawyer before he could properly set himself. Brett then ran in and dragged Young on top of Armstrong just before Fergie recovered to count the tainted pin.

5. Michael P.S. Hayes (w/ Moonwalk and fellow Freebird Buddy Roberts) over Chavo Guerrero via Count Out at 12:41. Chavo caught a huge break when Referee Tommy Gilbert ordered Roberts back to the dressing room following the match introductions. Without his compatriot in his corner, Hayes resorted to devious means to pull out a win. Guerrero was given a DDT on the floor once the action moved OOR and was unable to recover in time to make the official’s subsequent ten count.

6. The tag team bout between bitter rivals the First Family of Professional Wrestling (UWF TV Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert & Terry Taylor w/ “First Lady” Missy Hyatt) and the duo of “Gentleman” Chris Adams & Sting ended in a Double Disqualification. Sting and Adams had a surprise for their adversaries with valet Sunshine camped in their corner to help keep the unscrupulous Missy Hyatt at bay. This bout degenerated into a four man free-for-all with the teams’ respective ladies also running into the ring to engage in a hair-pulling cat fight. Referee Edward Faulk had enough and called for the bell at 13:35.

7. Lord Humongous and Devastation Incorporated’s One Man Gang (w/ General Skandor Akbar) were both counted out by Referee Carl Fergie in tonight’s Main Event at 10:53. Humongous, who spurned Devastation Incoporated’s attempts to woo him into their stable, has had his hands full with Akbar’s henchmen ever since. Jim Ross appropriately referred to this battle as a “slobberknocker”. The match was decided when a running clothesline by Humongous sent both men toppling over the top rope and crashing hard to the floor below. The combatants continued to brawl back up the aisle toward the dressing room as Fergie’s ten count expired.
 
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Still love the UWF. I never saw the appeal of "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan.
 
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Art Crews agrees with you, Joe ! Wink Remember when Hacksaw and the Iron Sheik were busted while riding together ? (And they were feuding at the time !!) I'm sure Mr. McMahon loved that one !
 
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Jim Crockett Promotions’ NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) – Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC.



Commentators: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: Carl Murnick
Referees: Sonny Fargo, Tommy Young & Stu Schwartz

1. Thunderfoot #2 (w/ Thunderfoot #1) made short work of Stoney Burke in our opening contest. The masked man lived up to his name by pinning his opponent with a Loaded Kick to the chest after Stoney telegraphed a Back Body Drop attempt. The time of the match was 2:36.

2. American Starship Eagle (a young Dan Spivey) over Tony Zane at 6:54. Eagle received a nice hand during Carl Murnick’s match introductions and thanked the fans for their support over the house mic. The bonus points that he earned were offset, however, by a roll on Zane’s Cheating Modifier. Tony used some tape that was wrapped around his wrist to weaken his foe with a prolonged hidden choke on the mat, but a high risk leap from the top rope missed its mark. Eagle then followed with a Running Leg Drop to gain the pinfall.

3. Krusher Khruschev (w/ Ivan Koloff) defeated Tim “Powerhouse” Parker via submission at 3:27. Eager to prove that he could match the big Russian in a test of strength, Parker let his guard down and had the wind knocked out of him by a quick knee to the solar plexus. Khruschev then flattened his adversary with a vicious Russian Sickle off the ropes before inducing a submission with the Cobra Clutch.




Krusher Khruschev Gets The Duke Over Powerhouse Parker


4. Don Kernodle beat veteran Nelson Royal in controversial fashion at 11:31. Royal was clearly the fan favorite in this bout and had his points total subsequently bolstered by the crowd’s support. The bonus made for a highly competitive and relatively scientific contest. Frustrated by his inability to put Royal away, Kernodle applied a Figure Four Leglock and resorted to grabbing the bottom rope with both hands to gain additional leverage. Unfortunately for Nelson, the infraction went undetected by Referee Sonny Fargo. Writhing in pain and unable to escape the grueling hold, Royal had no choice but to submit.

5. Chris Champion of the New Breed (w/ Sean Royal) upset Road Warrior Animal at 7:31. Animal was no doubt looking for a little payback after the New Breed recently put his partner Hawk on the shelf with a serious knee injury. He was greeted with a Double Axe Handle to the back by Champion as he climbed through the ropes for the match introductions. Giving up a great deal in both size and strength to his foe, Champion caught a break by rolling on his Speed Modifier, though it would be the interference of Sean Royal that would ultimately decide this contest. Royal reached into the ring and pulled Animal’s foot out from under him after Champion was caught in mid air during a Flying Body Press attempt. Sean then held onto the Road Warrior's boot to prevent a kick out as referee Tommy Young applied the tainted 1-2-3.

6. “No. 1” Paul Jones donned the tights to team up with his men “Ragin’ Bull” Manny Fernandez & the Barbarian as the trio took on “Boogie-Woogie Man” Jimmy Valiant, Mid-Atlantic TV Champ “Pistol” Pez Whatley & “Avalanche” Buzz Tyler in six man tag team action. Referee Stu Schwartz had his hands full maintaining order in this one. Jones took advantage of a free-for-all in the ring by running hated rival Jimmy Valiant head-first into a monitor at the announcers' table. Schwartz, who was busy sorting out the mess in the ring and sending the illegal men back to their respective corners, then began putting the ten count on the Boogie-Woogie Man. Busted open and dazed on the floor, Valiant was unable to answer the call. Your winners via Count Out at 8:09 – Paul Jones Army.

7. Magnum T.A. over Arn Anderson of the Four Horsemen (w/ Ole Anderson) in the Main Event at 11:39. Arn received lots of help from his fellow Horseman along the way, but Magnum dominated this bout from the onset. Looking to interject himself into the proceedings once more, Ole climbed up onto the apron but had Arn sent crashing into him before he could interfere. The collision knocked Ole to the floor and sent Arn staggering backward into Magnum’s School Boy Roll Up for the winning pinfall.
 
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GV wrote:
Art Crews agrees with you, Joe ! Wink Remember when Hacksaw and the Iron Sheik were busted while riding together ? (And they were feuding at the time !!) I'm sure Mr. McMahon loved that one !
Yes, I remember hearing that. That was pre-internet days so news like that was usually passed mouth to mouth.

I haven't looked at UQW in awhile. Are all the jobbers you use included with the wrestler sets or do you make your own?

Thanks,

Joe
 
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Hi Joe,

Some of my jobbers came with the sets and some I created. They all range from 800 - 900 points overall. I try to give them some modifier points according to their abilities. I'll give the heel jobbers +10 for cheating, for example, while someone like Tim "Powerhouse" Parker would get +10 for strength.

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George, thanks for the shout-out in making me the ring announcer (a dream job for me) for the Mid-'80s WWF card in Louisiana! Did I use a time machine to get there or was I a teenager? In any event, I am thrilled to be included.

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Joe, we each have our own preferences. That being said, Hacksaw Duggan was always one of my very favorites--probably my favorite wrestler ever who was not from Houston. (My other favorites being Undertaker, Booker T, and Ahmed Johnson--Houstonians all.) Not exactly sure why I liked him so much--perhaps it was his goofy demeanor, and the way he went "U.S.A.!" and "Hooooo! Tough guy!"
Don't forget that Hacksaw Duggan won the first Royal Rumble back in 1988.

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My pleasure, Marty ! Smile At least you didn't have to travel too far, except back in time, of course Wink
 
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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) - Chattanooga Memorial Auditorium, Chattanooga, TN. Att: 3,549.



Commentators: Gordon Solie & Georgia Champion Tommy “Wildfire” Rich
Ring Announcer: Freddie Miller
Referees: Bill McMinn & Nick Patrick

1. Bobby Garrett pinned Deke Rivers in our opening bout at 9:06. Garrett wisely declined Rivers’ bogus handshake offer to kick things off and earned himself some extra points in the process. The bonus made all the difference in determining the outcome of the bout. Garrett won the match by sneeking up from behind and catching Deke in a Backslide while Rivers was arguing with Referee Bill McMinn.

2. Professor Sonoda (w/ Manager “Playboy” Gary Hart) over Mike Jackson at 4:16. It would have benefited Jackson greatly had he watched the opening moments of the preceding bout. Sonoda threw a handful of ceremonial salt in his corner and then politely bowed to Mike after Freddie Miller’s match introductions. Jackson tried to reciprocate the gesture in kind but was met with a Forearm across the back to give the devious Professor the early advantage. Sonoda was occasionally distracted by the presence of Mr. Wrestling II who had joined Gordon Solie & Tommy Rich at the announcers’ table to provide guest commentary for the contest, but would go on to dominate the bout with his repertoire of Martial Arts skills. The Professor caught his opponent with a Thrust Kick to the jaw off the ropes to put Jackson down for the three count. Wrestling II, who is out of action due to a Sonoda Karate Kick to the ribs sustained last week in Griffin, GA., had some choice words for the Japanese heel and his manager after the match.

3. Big Red Reese defeated the French Angel (Frank Morrell) at 5:19. Morrell attacked before the opening bell with a Double Axe Handle to the back while Red was handing his ring jacket down to an attendant. The Angel maintained control of the action until Reese put on the brakes and reversed a corner whip. The 411 pounder from Atlanta, GA immediately followed up with a crushing Corner Avalanche to knock the wind out of the Angel before taking a seat on his adversary’s chest to gain the winning pinfall.

4. Steve Keirn over Kevin Sullivan (w/ Buzz Sawyer) via disqualification at 13:35. Keirn effectively utilized his Speed Modifier to stay one step ahead of the ruthless Sullivan throughout the action. Sawyer interfered frequently on Kevin’s behalf, none more evident than by rushing into the ring to break up Keirn’s Sleeper Hold and draw the DQ. After the bell, Sullivan and Sawyer put a double team beat down on Keirn until Tommy Rich sprang from the announcers’ table with a folding chair and cleared the ring of the heels. Upon returning to his broadcast position, Wildfire was joined by Steve Keirn. The duo challenged Sawyer & Sullivan to meet them in a tag match next week.

5. Fifteen minutes was not enough time to determine a winner in the bout between Roddy Piper and Kevin Von Erich. Ever the consummate heel, Rowdy Roddy had no trouble generating some big time heat in Chattanooga. Although he would prefer to wrestle in a scientific manner, Kevin proved to his pugnacious foe that he could more than handle himself when it came to mixing it up with the rough stuff as well. In the end, Piper may very well have been saved by the bell. The Rowdy One was caught in the famous Von Erich Claw Hold as time expired. Many fans thought that Piper had submitted when the bell sounded, but were disappointed to hear Ring Announcer Freddie Miller declare the bout a Time Limit Draw.

6. A tag team contest pitting the tandem of Ted Dibiase and Robert Fuller against the Fabulous Freebirds ended in a Double Disqualification at 13:00. Dibiase was anxiously looking forward to getting his hands on Michael Hayes once again, but discovered that he would be going up against Buddy Roberts and Terry Gordy this evening instead. Hayes was, in fact, originally scheduled to team up with Gordy for this match, but invoked the “Freebird Clause” of their contract with Georgia Championship Wrestling at the last minute thereby allowing the Freebirds to use any pairing of their choosing. This bout seemed destined to erupt into mayhem at any given moment. Referee Nick Patrick had no choice but to call for the bell when all four men began brawling in the ring and ignored the official’s attempts to restore order.


Dissatisfied with the quality of American officiating in his recent matches against Bruno Sammartino Jr., the self-professed “Man of a Thousand Holds” Les Thornton was accompanied to ringside by his special guest referee from the UK during an interview segment with Gordon Solie. While the official did indeed sport a British accent, his identity was concealed beneath a mask. The mystery man assured Gordon that he was a licensed and commissioned official in his native Great Britain and that he would call Thornton’s rematch against Sammartino “strictly by the book”. Solie seemed genuinely intrigued by the notion of a masked referee, but the crowd was largely indifferent. As a result, Thornton will be minus fifty points for the upcoming bout.


7. The Masked Superstar and the Junk Yard Dog were both Counted Out at 26:29 in tonight’s Main Event. The Dog had the fans on their feet with a rousing entrance to Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust”, but the bonus points that he earned were offset by the Masked Superstar rolling on his Cheating Modifier. A thinking man’s heel, the Superstar snuck a foreign object beneath his mask to stun JYD when the Dog delivered one of his trademark Head Butts while on all fours. The chicanery nearly led to a three count, however the masked man was caught trying to gain additional leverage with a foot on the ropes and forced to relinquish the pin attempt by Referee Bill McMinn. The Superstar was vehemently voicing his protest with the official when a Running Clothesline by JYD sent both grapplers tumbling over the top rope and crashing to the floor below. The Dog continued to battle with his adversary back up the aisle and toward the dressing room as McMinn’s ten count ran out.




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WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) – Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 9,817.



Commentator: Vince McMahon Jr.
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dick Kroll, John Benello & “Tough” Tony Altimore

1. ”Philadelphia’s Favorite Son” S.D. “Special Delivery” Jones pinned Charlie Fulton in our opening contest. Jones was well received in Boston and borrowed the house mic to thank the fans for their support. Fulton seized the moment with a sneak attack from behind to gain the early advantage, but a missed corner charge quickly turned the title of the battle. Special Delivery hopped up to the 2nd rope and finished Charlie off with a Leaping Head Butt for the 1-2-3.

2. Still fuming over her controversial loss to Judy Martin in Utica, N.Y., last week, Joyce Grable enlisted the help of Vicki Williams as the duo took on Martin and Leilani Kai in a tag team match. (One might recall that Kai was the Special Guest Referee for the bout in Utica and employed some rather dubious officiating.) A roll on their Cheating Modifier was just what the doctor ordered to give Martin & Kai the victory tonight. Grable had her nemesis Martin caught in a Small Package, but Kai snuck into the ring and reversed the cradle while Referee John Benello was sending Williams back to her corner. The official turned around and counted the pin for Martin.

3. The bout between the Golden Terror and Steve Travis never took place. Travis was cutting a promo with Vince McMahon at ringside prior to the match when he was suddenly jumped from behind by newcomer “Cowboy” Bobby Duncum. No doubt looking to make an impression upon both the WWWF fans and wrestlers alike, Duncum viciously drove Travis face-first into the floor with a Running Bulldog before issuing a challenge to Champion Bruno Sammartino in his customary southern drawl.




Bobby Duncum Makes An Ominous Debut In The WWWF


4. “The Man of a Thousand Masks” Mil Mascaras teamed up with El Olympico to defeat “Dynamite” Jack Evans & “Pretty Boy” Larry Sharpe in tag team action. Sharpe and Evans seemed overly distracted by an annoying heckler in the crowd. Time and time again they let their guard down to jaw with troublemaker. The speedy masked men were able to take advantage of their preoccupied foes with a repertoire of flashy aerial maneuvers. The end came when Olympico Drop Kicked Evans right into Mascaras’ Flying Crucifix for the three count at 7:12.

5. Dino Bravo pinned “Handsome” Jimmy Valiant at 10:33. Bravo initially lost points for this bout when he became flustered during a pre-match interview with Vince McMahon thanks to Captain Louis Albano. Blowing on a whistle and making a general nuisance of himself, the irritating Albano interrupted Dino’s promo to make a special announcement. The Captain proudly proclaimed himself to be Bobby Duncum’s new manager and welcomed the ornery cowboy to his stable which includes George “The Animal” Steele, Ken Patera and the WWWF Tag Team Champion Valiant Brothers. Albano then stuck around ringside to be in Valiant’s corner once the match finally got under way. It might have been better for Handsome Jimmy if he hadn’t. An errant chair smash by the Captain set Valiant up for Bravo’s Airplane Spin finisher. Albano raced into the ring to try and break up the maneuver, but Handsome Jimmy’s whirling feet knocked the rotund manager through the ropes and sent him crashing to the floor below.

6. Stan “The Man” Stasiak (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) defeated “Polish Power” Ivan Putski in a controversial ending at 11:26. This match saw both grapplers connect with their finishing maneuvers. Stan the Man sustained the Polish Hammer off the ropes, but Referee Tony Altimore was caught up in a heated argument with the Grand Wizard and completely missed the pin. Stasiak persevered and eventually landed his trademark Heart Punch in the corner. Putski managed to get a foot on the ropes to spoil the pin, but it was pushed off by the Grand Wizard before the official could see it. Altimore counted the 1-2-3 to give Stasiak the victory.

7. “Olympic Strongman” Ken Patera (w/ Captain Louis Albano) over “The Eighth Wonder of the World” Andre the Giant via Referee’s Decision in the Main Event at 17:53. Looking to atone for his miscue in the Valiant/Bravo match earlier this evening, the devious Albano distracted Referee Dick Kroll just long enough for “Cowboy” Bobby Duncum to sneak down to ringside and bash Andre in the head with a cowbell. The Giant was able to kick out of Patera’s subsequent pin attempt, however the blow from the object opened a large gash on his forehead. The ruthless Patera continued to work on the laceration and opened the cut still further. Bleeding profusely, the enraged Giant began to mount a comeback and flattened Patera with a barrage of fists and Head Butts. Fearing for Andre’s safety, the official examined the wound and stopped the bout due to the blood loss. The decision sent the Giant on a rampage. Andre cleared the ring of both Patera and Kroll and had some choice words for one Bobby Duncum in particular.
 
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AWA Results (Mid 80’s) - Minneapolis Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN. Att: 8,823.



Announcers: Rod Trongard & Verne Gagne
Ring Announcer: “Dapper” Dave Prill
Referees: Rich Frisk, Gary DeRusha & Larry Lisowski

1.”TNT” D.J. Peterson put away veteran Pete Sanchez at 3:02 of our opening contest. D.J. was welcomed with hugs and kisses from the female fans during his ring entrance. The bonus points he earned put him firmly in control and made for a rather one-sided victory. Sanchez was stunned after having his face rammed several times into a corner turnbuckle. He staggered around the ring and right into Peterson’s TNT Finisher (Diving Shoulder Tackle from the 2nd rope) for the pinfall.

2. Brandi Mae over “Sensational” Sherri Martel via Count Out at 6:34. Sherri got off to a good start after tearing up a youngster’s cardboard sign as she made her way to ringside to take on Brandi Mae. Thinking that she would have an edge OOR, Martel took the battle to the floor but ran full steam into the ring post when Brandi side-stepped her charge at the last instant. Sherri was clearly in a great deal of pain and favoring her shoulder as Referee Gary DeRusha put the ten count on her.

3. “Slick” Nick Kiniski (w/ “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly & Madusa Micelli) defeated Jake “The Milkman” Milliman by Count Out at 5:15. Kiniski brought the Milkman’s three match winning streak to an end thanks in large part to the interference of his tag team partner Kevin Kelly. Slick Nick tossed Milliman out of the ring and proceeded to distract Referee Larry Lisowski while Mr. Magnificent laid out Jake with a Running Clothesline (Kelly’s Cannon) on the floor. The Milkman gamely tried to get himself back inside the ring but it was not in time to make Lisowski’s ten count.

4. “Z Man” Tom Zenk and Alexis Smirnoff were both DQ’d by Referee Rich Frisk at 12:17. While he may prefer to showcase his technical skills and aerial prowess, Zenk allowed himself to be drawn into a prolonged slugfest with his Russian counterpart. Frisk issued repeated warnings for the combatants to open their fists and abide by the rulebook, but was simultaneously pushed down to the mat by both grapplers who were intent on duking it out. The official had enough and wasted no time in calling for the bell.

5. The Long Riders (“Wild” Bill Irwin & Scott “Hog” Irwin) defeated the Top Guns (Ricky Rice & Jon Paul Demann) in tag team action at 10:26. The Irwin Brothers endeared themselves to the Minneapolis fans be berating the city in a pre-match promo with Larry Nelson. The rugged bikers used a dirty double team behind Referee Gary DeRusha’s back to gain the upperhand. Wild Bill cut Ricky Rice off the pass as the Top Gun was going up top to attempt a high risk maneuver. Rice sustained a Superplex from Bill followed by a Running Leg Drop buy the Hog moments later. DeRusha, who was busy sending Demann back to his corner, turned around to find Scott making the cover and counted the 1-2-3.

6. Crusher Jerry Blackwell defeated Mr. Saito at 10:43. Saito was having a great deal of success with his repertoire of martial arts skills, but became distracted by “Polish Prince” Steve Olsonoski who was being interviewed by Larry Nelson at ringside. Blackwell managed to reverse a corner whip on his preoccupied foe and followed up with a huge Running Corner Avalanche that pushed the ring back by two feet. Jerry sealed the deal with a 474lb Big Splash to gain the winning pinfall.

7. AWA Heavyweight Champion Rick Martel defended the title against Curt Hennig in tonight’s Main Event. In a pre-match promo, an extremely confident Hennig vowed to beat Martel “at his own game” and “bring home the gold”. What ensued was a half hour marathon of wrestling holds and counter holds with neither man being able to gain a distinct advantage over the other. Perhaps the more hot-tempered of the two, Hennig lost his cool and turned to roughhouse tactics. The challenger soon discovered, however, that Martel could literally match him punch for punch in the brawling style as well. Both men were counted out by Referee Rich Frisk at 32:54 while they battled in the aisle OOR. Rick Martel retains the AWA World Championship !



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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80's Era) - Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY. Att: 17,329.



Commentators: Vince McMahon Jr. & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dick Kroll, Dave Hebner & Jack Lutz

1. ”Brooklyn Brawler” Steve Lombardi beat “Young Stallion” Jim Powers in our opening contest at 6:42. No doubt incensed by Lombardi’s sneak attack on his cousin the Tonga Kid last week in Shreveport, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka camped out in Powers’ corner to try and spur the Young Stallion onto victory. Always on the lookout for potential new members to recruit into his stable of heels, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan also came down to ringside to take in the bout. At one point the Brain called Lombardi over and appeared to be trying to slip him some sort of foreign object. Snuka did not take kindly to Heenan’s intrusion and chased the shady manager back up the aisle and to the dressing room. Powers allowed himself to be distracted by all the commotion OOR and was caught in a School Boy Roll Up by the Brawler who grabbed a handful of tights to secure the pin.

2. “High Roller” Barry O from “The Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada” was the recipient of some timely outside interference in a count out victory over “Killer Bee” Jumping Jim Brunzell at 5:41. During the match, the Brooklyn Brawler returned to ringside to gloat over his earlier victory in an interview with “Mean” Gene Okerlund. Upon seeing Brunzell being tossed out of the ring by Barry O, Lombardi immediately sprang into action and ran the Killer Bee head first into the ring post. Referee Dave Hebner was busy sending the High Roller back to a neutral corner at the time and completely missed the Brawler’s dirty deed. The official then proceeded to put the ten count on the dazed Brunzell. After the bell, Lombardi was looking to inflict additional punishment on the Killer Bee when Jimmy Snuka raced in from the back and rocked him with a flurry of punches and Head Butts much to the delight of the fans.

3. Samoan Samu (w/ Afa) over Jose Luis Rivera at 6:31. Relying upon his speed and quickness, Rivera managed to evade trouble until he was driven into the mat with a Facebuster after telegraphing a Back Body Drop attempt. Samu followed up with a Diving Head Butt before finishing his opponent off with a Samoan Drop (Fallaway Slam) to gain the three count.

4. The Iron Sheik got some help from an unlikely source in a win over Corporal Kirchner. As always, the Sheik drew the wrath of the fans with some big time heat during his ring entrance. He was peppered with both debris and boisterous chants of “U.S.A.!” as he made his way down the aisle to take on the former paratrooper from the 82nd Airborne Division. Kirchner was perched on the 2nd rope and administering ten punches to the Sheik in the corner when Sergeant Slaughter came down to ringside and pulled his former protégé’s foot out from under him. The Sheik pounced on his foe and pinned the Corporal with both feet on the ropes for leverage at 8:29.




The Iron Sheik


5. The Magnificent Muraco (w/ Mr. Fuji) defeated Billy Jack Haynes in an Unusual Result at 12:11. Credit Muraco’s devious manager for the controversial conclusion to this evenly matched, see-saw contest. Mayhem ensued when a desperate Fuji rang the timekeepers’ bell after the Magnificent One became caught in Billy Jack’s Full Nelson finisher. Thinking that his foe had submitted and that he had won the bout, Haynes released the hold and began to celebrate his apparent victory in the ring. Referee Dave Hebner was trying to explain to Billy Jack that the bell rang prematurely and that the match was still in progress. The two argued the point until Muraco rolled up Haynes from behind to gain the tainted pinfall.

6. In a rare heel vs. heel match up, the Heenan Family (Big John Studd & “Olympic Strongman” Ken Patera) defeated the Hart Foundation (Bret “The Hitman” Hart & Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart) in the finals of the WWF Tag Team Tournament. Appropriately enough, both teams rolled on their Cheating Modifier which ultimately decided the winner of the contest. Patera caught Neidhart in a Small Package, however Bret Hart snuck into the ring and reversed the cradle while Referee Jack Lutz was sending Studd back to his corner. The official then caught Hart illegally in the ring and was ushering the Hitman back to his corner thereby enabling Studd to run in and re-reverse the cradle once more. Lutz finally turned around to find Patera on top and counted the 1-2-3 at 9:54. The Heenan Family are the WWF Tag Team Champions !

7. In the Main Event, WWF World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan (w/ “Real American” Shirt-Ripping, Muscle-Posing, Ear-Cupping entrance) successfully defended his title against “Rowdy” Roddy Piper (w/ personal bodyguard “Ace” Cowboy Bob Orton Jr.) at 16:28. Piper managed to slip a hidden foreign object past Referee Dick Kroll’s detection during a pre-match pat down and used the weapon to open a gash across the champion’s forehead during the action. The bleeding from Hogan’s wound impaired the champ’s vision quite considerably, however Rowdy Roddy was unable to put him away. Seeing Piper becoming increasingly frustrated, Orton tried to lend a hand (or rather, an arm) by smashing the Hulkster with his controversial forearm cast but ended up clocking his own man with it instead leading to the winning three count. Hulk Hogan retains the WWF Championship !
 
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