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Post subject: UWF Results  PostPosted: Jun 16, 2016 - 08:25 AM



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"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa 1987) - Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK. Att: 2,943.



Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Referees: Ron West, Alfred Neely & Jerry Usher

1.”The Cuban Assassin” David “Fidel” Sierra (w “Cuban Hitman” Gustavo Mendoza) over Johnny West in our opening contest at 4:58. This match was completely dominated by Sierra from start to finish, however the unexpected appearance of Steve Cox at ringside made for some interesting developments. It did not take long for Mendoza, who was defeated by Cox last week in Shreveport, to get into a confrontation with the native from Tulsa, Oklahoma OOR. The Cuban Assassin became distracted by the skirmish on the floor allowing West to catch him in a Surprise Roll Up. The near fall seemed to provide Sierra with the wake-up call that he needed. The Cuban Assassin put West away with a High Knee Smash to the chest off the ropes moments later. Sierra then bailed from the ring to help Mendoza put a double team beat down on Cox until Shane Douglas raced in from the back to make the save.

2. Bobby Fulton of the Fantastics beat Mike Boyette in singles competition. The colorful Boyette did not take kindly to a fan’s sign that poked fun at his checkered win-loss record here in the UWF and tore it up during his ring entrance. While Mike racked up some heel points for his actions, they were not nearly enough to propel him to victory. Bobby scored the winning three count with a Diving Cross Body Press from the top rope at 3:58.

3. Art Crews over “UWF Rookie of the Year” Shane Douglas in controversial fashion at 8:34. The feud between Crews and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan escalated a notch this evening, but it came at Shane Douglas’ expense. Duggan, who had joined the announcers’ table to provide guest commentary for the bout, got into a shouting match with his antagonist during the action. Hacksaw is still looking for revenge after Crews cost him a title match against UWF Heavyweight Champion Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy several weeks ago. Duggan threw off his headset and raced into the ring with his trusty 2 x 4 to administer some payback. Referee Jerry Usher immediately called for the bell and DQ’d Douglas for Hacksaw’s interference in the match.

4. Nothing was settled this evening in the bitter tag team rivalry pitting Brett Sawyer & “Gorgeous” Gary Young against their adversaries the Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong & Tim Hoerner). Young and Sawyer became increasingly frustrated by their opponents speed and agility; so much so that Gorgeous Gary brought a folding chair into the ring with bad intentions. Fortunately, Referee Ron West wrested it from his grasp and gave it to an attendant before anyone got hurt. The two teams eventually battled their way into the Myriad’s Food Court and were both counted out by West at 14:27.

5. Savannah Jack defeated Devastation Incorporated’s Super Ninja (w/ General Skandor Akbar) at 5:33. The Ninja caught his opponent with a Double Axe Handle to the back while Savannah was climbing through the ropes for Joe Bryan’s match introductions. The sneak attack gave him the early advantage until a missed corner charge abruptly swung the momentum in Jack’s favor. Sensing trouble, Skandor Akbar tried to throw a handful of ceremonial salt into Savannah’s eyes, but ended up blinding his own man with it instead. The Ninja stumbled right into a Small Package for the 1-2-3.





General Skandor Akbar



6. Sting over UWF Television Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert via DQ at 11:21. Gilbert was escorted to the ring by fellow First Family of Professional Wrestling members Terry Taylor, Rick Steiner and “First Lady” Missy Hyatt, but his entourage was sent back to the dressing room by Referee Jerry Usher immediately following the match introductions. Having to defend his title all by his lonesome, Gilbert appeared to be very apprehensive and was reluctant to lock up with the Stinger. Hot Stuff spent the first five minutes of this match cowering behind Jerry Usher and bolting from the ring at the first sign of trouble. Once the action finally got under way, the challenger took the fight to Gilbert. The title was in serious jeopardy of changing hands once Hot Stuff became trapped in Sting’s Scorpion Deathlock. Gilbert was on the verge of tapping out when “Mr. Superb” Steve Doll raced into the ring wearing street clothes and caught Sting flush on the jaw with a Superkick to break up the submission hold. Jerry Usher wasted no time in calling for the bell and disqualifying the champion. Doll has been auditioning recently for membership into the First Family and may have sealed the deal by coming to Gilbert’s rescue tonight. Hot Stuff didn’t stick around long enough to even thank Mr. Superb for his assistance. Eddie snatched his TV Title Belt off the timekeeper’s table and fled to the safety of the back. Eddie Gilbert retains the UWF Television Championship.

7. Devastation Incorporated’s Big Bubba Rogers (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated “Dr. Death” Steve Williams in tonight’s Main Event at 13:58. Williams disclosed to Jim Ross in a pre-match interview that he intended to wrestle a scientific match, but soon found himself drawn into a slugfest with Big Bubba. Dr. Death proved that he can more than hold his own when it comes to brawling. The fans were on their feet when Williams hoisted Rogers up for his patented Oklahoma Stampede (Running Powerslam) finisher, however the shady Skandor Akbar reached into the ring and tripped Dr. Death. Big Bubba landed on top of his foe and was able to score the tainted pinfall with a handful of tights.
 
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Post subject: NWA Mid-Atlantic Results  PostPosted: Jun 21, 2016 - 10:13 AM



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Jim Crockett Promotions’ NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) – Cumberland Country Memorial Arena, Fayetteville NC.




Commentators: Bob Caudle & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Ted Guinness
Referees: Tommy Young, Ron West & Nick Patrick

1. The Italian Stallion kicked things off this evening with a victory over veteran Doug Vines at 3:09. Vines drew big time heat for flipping off the fans after being introduced by Ring Announcer Ted Guinness. His preoccupation with the crowd would cost him dearly in the end, however. Doug was in the process of climbing up to the top rope to attempt a high risk manuever when he began jawing with some hecklers at ringside. The delay allowed Stallion to roll out of the way and avoid Vines’ leaping splash from the turnbuckle. Doug staggered to his feet and was finished off with a Powerslam soon after.

Bob Caudle then conducted an impromptu interview with “No. 1” Paul Jones at ringside. The shady manager revealed that he had a surprise instore for everyone this evening but would not elaborate further. Caudle asked if the “surprise” had anything to do with the Barbarian who is a member of Paul Jones Army and has an upcoming match against Ronnie Garvin later on tonight’s card. Jones gave a sinister smile and said “maybe …… and maybe not.”

2. “Gorgeous” George South used some chicanery to pin “Downtown” Denny Brown at 7:05. Brown was fired up for this contest after receiving a nice ovation during the match introductions. Denny rode the wave of support and dominated the brunt of the action against his wily foe. Brown caught the Gorgeous One with a Slingshot Sunset Flip into the ring from the apron, however South held onto the top rope to maintain his balance and used the extra leverage to gain the pinfall.

3. Sean Royal of the New Breed (w/ Chris Champion) over Lazor Tron (a masked Hector Guerrero) via Count Out at 11:09. This highly competitive and evenly-matched cruiserweight contest was ultimately spoiled by Chris Champion’s interference. Lazor Tron appeared to be going for a Flying Cross Body Press when Champion pulled the top rope down thereby causing the masked man to sail out of the ring and crash hard to the floor below. Referee Nick Patrick, who was bumped to the canvas during the action, completely missed Champion’s dirty deed. Lazor Tron was too badly injured from the spill to make Patrick’s subsequent ten count. After the bell, the New Breed’s post-match celebration in the ring ended abruptly when Road Warrior Animal raced in and leveled both men with a Double Running Clothesline as the crowd roared in approval.

4. Thunderfoots 1 & II upset the NWA World Tag Team Champion Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) in a non-title bout at 7:57. Paul Jones’ “surprise” was revealed to one and all when he accompanied the masked men to the ring and presented them as the latest additions to his stable of heels. The devious manager paid his new team immediate dividends by hitting Robert Gibson between the wickets with his walking stick while Referee Tommy Young’s attention was diverted. The Low Blow enabled Thunderfoot #1 to put Gibson’s shoulders to the mat for the three count. Jones then demanded that the Rock & Roll Express put their belts on the line in a title match against the Thunderfoots for the NWA Tag Team Championship next week. Morton & Gibson were more than happy to oblige and said that they would be “anxiously counting down the minutes” until they could get their hands on Jones’ men once more.

5. The Barbarian (w/ “No. 1” Paul Jones) over “Hands of Stone” Ronnie Garvin by DQ at 7:15. Paul Jones' cane once more came into play at the conclusion of a bout. A missed Diving Head Butt from the top rope spelled certain trouble for the Barbarian. Garvin then pranced around the ring with his fist raised and petitioned to the fans that it was time for his famous KO Punch finisher. With the fans imploring Rugged Ronnie to unleash the “Hands of Stone”, a desperate Paul Jones tossed his walking stick into the ring for his man to use. Garvin got to the cane first, however, and threatened to haul off and smack the Barbarian with it. Referee Ron West, who was toppled to the canvas moments earlier, shook out the cobwebs and disqualified Garvin when he caught him holding the weapon in the ring.

6. Chief Wahoo McDaniel beat “Russian Bear” Ivan Koloff (w/ Krusher Khruschev) at 10:03. Would you believe that Koloff offered Wahoo a handshake to start things off ? The Russian Bear got a boot to the midsection for his trouble followed by a loud reverse chop to the chest. Perhaps that was a sign of things to come because it was certainly not Koloff’s night. Khruschev tried to help his comrade out by bashing McDaniel with his Russian Flag but ended up errantly clobbering Ivan with it instead leading to the winning pinfall.



Chief Wahoo McDaniel

7. Despite being in his native North Carolina, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair was booed vociferously as he defended the NWA World Championship against “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes in tonight’s Main Event. It would not be a Flair match without the Nature Boy being tossed off the top rope, the Fargo Strut, Flair flopping face first to the mat, a dozen or so loud reverse chops to the Dream’s chest, and the Champ flipping over the turnbuckle on a hard corner whip. We even had Dusty reversing the Nature Boy’s Figure Four Leglock at one point. In the end, it would be Flair’s fellow Horseman Arn Anderson who would make the difference. Arn planted Dusty with a DDT on the floor while the Champ kept Referee Tommy Young occupied. Rhodes was too badly dazed to answer the official’s subsequent ten count. Your winner via Count Out at 24:20 and still NWA World Champion – “Nature Boy” Ric Flair !
 
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WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) – Civic Center, Baltimore, MD. Att: 5,827.



Commentator: Vince McMahon Jr.
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta
Referees: Gilberto Roman, Dick Woehrle & John Stanley

1. The opening contest between Tony Russo & “Quick Draw” Rick McGraw ended in a Double Disqualification at 9:34. Taking a page from “Continental Nobleman” Joe Turco’s book, Russo berated the city of Baltimore in his native Italian after Gary Cappetta’s match introductions. While most of the crowd probably didn’t understand what he was saying, they boo’d anyway giving Tony valuable heel points to work with. McGraw may have offset Russo’s bonus by rolling on his Technical Modifier, however he allowed himself to be drawn into a prolonged slugfest with the native of Palermo, Sicily. Referee Gilberto Roman tried to restore order but was simultaneously pushed down to the canvas by both men prompting the Double Disqualification.

2. Tank Patton over Rene Goulet by dubious means at 8:21. Although Goulet was at a distinct size disadvantage in this bout, he managed to utilize his speed and quickness to effectively stay one step ahead of the lumbering Patton. Tank grew increasingly frustrated by Goulet’s tactics, but caught a huge break when Referee Dick Woehrle became caught up in the action and took a bad spill to the mat. Patton seized the moment and bopped Rene in the head with his WWII helmet. The woozy official shook out the cobwebs to find Tank making the cover on his KO’d opponent and counted the pinfall.



Tank Patton

3. “Cowboy” Bobby Duncum (w/ manager “Captain” Louis Albano) defeated Steve Travis at 11:55. Travis was definitely looking for some revenge on the big Cowboy after Duncum laid him out with a Bulldog at the Boston Garden a week ago. While this may have been a grudge match for Steve, he failed to inspire a crowd that remained largely indifferent. The loss of points hurt him dearly, as did the interference of Lou Albano. The Captain gave Travis a shove off the top rope before Steve could properly set himself on the turnbuckle to deliver a high risk maneuver. Travis crashed hard to the mat and was finished off by a big Elbow Drop from Duncum moments later.

4. The match between “Iron Greek” Spiros Arion and Tony Garea resulted in a Double Count Out at 7:35. Unlike Steve Travis in the preceding bout, Garea was warmly received in Baltimore and clearly had the crowd’s support throughout this tough contest. Arion, on the other hand, benefitted from some timely interference by his manager “Hollywood Fashion Plate” Classy Freddie Blassie along the way. Freddie nearly precipitated a pinfall on Tony after sneaking in a cheap shot with his teakwood cane. Garea barely kicked out and then went after Blassie to give him his comeuppance. Arion immediately bailed from the ring to come to his manager’s defense and ignited a brawl with Tony on the floor. The two continued to exchange haymakers OOR while Referee Gilberto Roman’s ten count went unanswered.

5. “Chief” Jay Strongbow, “High Chief” Peter Maivia & “Country Boy” Haystacks Calhoun won by DQ over the WWWF Tag Team Champion Valiant Brothers (Handsome Jimmy & Luscious Johnny) and their manager “Captain” Louis Albano at 10:20 in six-man tag team action. Referee Dick Woehrle had the unenviable task of trying to maintain order during this contest. The match eventually broke down into chaos with all six men battling it out in the ring. Woehrle would have been justified in disqualifying both teams, however he caught Johnny Valiant red-handed hitting Chief Jay Strongbow in the jaw with brass knucks and DQ’d the Valiants and Albano instead.

6. Bob Backlund over "Superstar" Billy Graham (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) in the Main Event. Always the consumate good sportsman, Backlund offered a handshake to Graham to begin the match and caught a boot to the midsection for his trouble. A roll on his Strength Modifier proved lucrative for the Superstar, however Backlund was able to counter with a roll on his Speed Modifier. In the end, it would be some cheating gone awry that would cost Graham this match. The Superstar removed the padding from one of the corner turnbuckles, but had his own forehead rammed into after a reversal by his opponent. Graham was busted open from the blow and bled profusely; so much so that Referee John Stanley deemed him unable to continue and awarded the contest to Backlund at 25:20.
 
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Post subject: AWA Results  PostPosted: Jun 29, 2016 - 09:43 AM



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AWA Results (Mid 80’s) - Halenbeck Hall, St. Cloud, MN.



Commentators: “Dapper” Dave Prill & Nick Bockwinkel
Ring Announcer: Al DeRusha
Referees: Robert Warren, Marty Miller & Scott Ledoux

1.”Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers opened the show with a DQ win over Rick Gantner at 7:21. Rogers made his entrance to the Beach Boy’s “Good Vibrations” but failed to generate any support whatsoever from the indifferent crowd. Sonny persevered despite the loss of points and was awarded the victory by Referee Robert Warren after Gantner tossed the Beach Boy over the top rope.

2. The Magnificent Mimi defeated Candi Devine via Count Out at 10:32. Mimi wasted no time in grabbing the advantage by landing a Double Axe Handle to her opponent’s back while Devine was handing her ring jacket down to an attendant after the match introductions. The Magnificent One continued to take the battle to her foe and employed a great deal of rule-breaking along the way. Candi was dropped throat-first across the barricade railing during OOR action and was unable to answer Referee Marty Miller’s ten count.

3. “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers (without “Playboy” Buddy Rose & “Sensational” Sherri Martel) pinned Buck “Rock & Roll” Zuhoffe at 10:20. Somers threw a fit when Referee Scott Ledoux sent Martel and Rose to the back, but was resourceful enough to find a way to victory. Of course “the way” involved a little cheating and chicanery. The quick-thinking Pretty Boy grabbed the top rope to thwart Zumhoffe’s Slingshot Sunset Flip pin attempt from the apron. Somers then took a seat on Buck’s chest and continued to hold onto the top rope for extra leverage to score the three count.

4. Baron Von Rascke over “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal (w/ “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin & Precious) at 13:11. The Baron returned from a brief haitus to loud cheers as he goose-stepped his way down the aisle with his famous claw grip held aloft for all to see. Although Regal would benefit from the distracting presence of Garvin and Precious at ringside, it would be Gorgeous Jimmy’s interference gone awry that would ultimately cost him the match. Garvin reached into the ring and errantly tripped Mr. Electricity as Regal was bounding off the ropes allowing Von Raschke to gain the winning pinfall.



Baron Von Raschke


5. “Olympian” Brad Rheingans beat “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko by way of Count Out at 9:08. Rheingans earned himself some valuable bonus points by signing autographs for some youngsters who flocked around him during his ring entrance. To his amazement, Zbyszko wrestled a fairly clean and scientific match against him. All that changed once the action moved to the floor, however. The Living Legend was enjoying the advantage OOR with some roughhouse tactics until Brad side-stepped a wild charge that sent Zbyszko sailing over the railing and into the crowd. Larry became entangled in some folding chairs and could not extradite himself in time to make Referee Marty Miller’s ten count.

6. AWA Television Champion Greg Gagne & his legendary father Verne Gagne defeated Boris Zhukov and his manager Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee by disqualification in our Main Event at 12:47. Verne stepped out of retirement to help his son get some payback on the vile Zhukov and his equally devious manager. Greg was busted open by a Zhukov foreign object during a recent TV Title defense and is still sporting a bandage on his forehead to protect the wound. It didn’t take long for the heels to go right back to work on the laceration. Despite the gash being re-opened once more, this bout was largely dominated by the Gagnes from start to finish. The fans were on their feet when Verne caught the Sheik in his famous Sleeper, but Nord the Barabarian from El-Kaisee's stable of heels raced in from the back to break up the hold and draw the DQ in the process.
 
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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80's Era) - Jaffa Mosque, Altoona, PA. Att: 3,823.



Commentators: Jack Reynolds & Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Ring Announcer: Mel Phillips
Referees: Jack Kruger, Danny Davis & John Benello

1. Salvatore Bellomo opened the show with a victory over the masked Red Demon at 2:13. Sal was very popular in Altoona this evening and was hounded by youngsters seeking his autograph during the match introductions. Spurred on by chants from the fans, Bellomo came within a whisker of unmasked his foe until the Red Demon bailed from the ring to regroup. Once back inside, the Demon was met with a Mule Kick to the chops as he bounded off the ropes leading to the pinfall.

2. “Young Stallion” Paul Roma and “Canada’s Greatest Athlete” Iron Mike Sharpe were both disqualified by Referee Danny Davis at 6:49. Sharpe had a pre-match sneak attack thwarted when his adversary caught him with a kick to the breadbasket before he could land a Double Axe Handle with his controversial forearm cast. Roma’s quickness would continue to frustrate Iron Mike throughout the contest. Sharpe was eventually able to bait the Young Stallion into a prolonged slugfest. After repeated warnings to open their fists, Danny Davis was simultaneously pushed down to the mat by both men leading to the Double DQ.

3. The Killer Bees (“Jumping” Jim Brunzell & B. Brian Blair) over the tandem of “High Roller” Barry O and the Brooklyn Brawler by DQ at 5:41. Brunzell gained some measure of revenge tonight in this tag match after the Brawler’s interference cost him a Count Out Loss to Barry O last week at MSG. Jumping Jim caught Barry flush on the chin with a Flying Drop Kick off the ropes, however Referee John Benello was yanked out of the ring by the Brawler before the official could complete what appeared to be a certain three count. Benello wasted no time in calling for the bell and awarding the contest to the Killer Bees.

4. Billy Jack Haynes defeated “Samurai Warrior” Mr. Fuji (w/ the Magnificent Muraco) at 9:49. Muraco set the tone for this bout by interrupting Billy Jack’s promo with “Mean” Gene Okerlund before the contest got under way. Haynes lost points for the Magnificent One’s actions, but dominated the match nonetheless. Billy Jack had Fuji in one pinning predicament after another prompting Muraco to interfere once more. Unfortunately for Fuji, Muraco’s handful of ceremonial salt, which was intended for Haynes’ eyes, ended up getting the Samurai Warrior’s instead. Billy Jack pinned the blinded Fuji with a Small Package moments later.

5. Mike Rotundo pinned former U.S. Express tag team partner Barry Windham in controversial fashion at 20:26. Rotundo firmly cemented his heel status by flipping off the crowd after being introduced by Ring Announcer Mel Phillips. The extra points that Rotundo earned for his obscene hand gesture helped carry him to victory, as did some questionable officiating by Referee Danny Davis. Windham sustained his foe’s Airplane Spin finisher, but managed to get a foot on the bottom rope during the subsequent pin attempt. The official completely missed it, however, and counted the 1-2-3 for Rotundo anyway. Barry protested the decision vehemently with Davis after the bell, but his argument fell on deaf ears.

6. Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat beat Sergeant Slaughter in the Main Event at 22:42. The Dragon was the recipient of several hugs and kisses (and bonus points) from his female fans as he made his way down the aisle in search of some payback against the Sarge who appears to have turned to the dark side. The former Marine Drill Instructor from Parris Island, SC has befuddled the fans with some dubious behavior at ringside in recent weeks. Not only has Slaughter cost Steamboat a match against “Macho Man” Randy Savage by pushing the Dragon off the top rope, but the Sarge also helped his onetime hated rival the Iron Sheik beat his own protégé Corporal Kirchner! Berated with chants of “Gomer!” from the hostile crowd, Slaughter seemed in command of this bout thanks in large part to a roll on his Cheating Modifier until the Dragon was able to reverse a smash to the forehead with the Sarge’s swagger stick. The dazed Slaughter was then caught from behind by Steamboat in a School Boy Roll Up for the winning pinfall much to the delight of the fans.



Sergeant Slaughter
 
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"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa 1987) - Riverside Centroplex, Baton Rouge, LA. Att: 3,505.



Commentators: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referee: Tommy Gilbert, Carl Fergie & Tony Torres

1. Davey Haskins topped “Broadway” Joe Malcolm in our opening contest at 7:08. Like another “Broadway Joe” from New York that we’re all familiar with, Malcolm boldly predicted victory this evening in a pre-match promo with Jim Ross despite being the underdog. Alas, it was not to be. Broadway Joe was arrogantly strutting and playing to the crowd when he was abruptly rolled up from behind by Haskins for the pinfall.

2. The First Family of Professional Wrestling’s Terry Taylor (w/ UWF TV Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert & “First Lady” Missy Hyatt) beat “Jumping” Joe Savoldi at 7:59. Savoldi immediately got under Eddie Gilbert’s skin when he received several hugs and kisses from the ladies as he made his way down to the ring for the match introductions. Gilbert, who hails from “Every Girl’s Dream”, was clearly jealous and agitated by the warm reception. Hot Stuff waited for Missy Hyatt to distract Referee Carl Fergie before throwing a handful of powder into Jumping Joe’s face. Savoldi blindly stumbled right into Taylor’s Flying Fivearm Finisher for the three count.

3. Devastation Incorporated’s Eli the Eliminator (w/ General Skandor Akbar) defeated Sam Houston at 13:24. Eli literally got a hand from his devious manager at the most crucial moment of the match. Houston was about to deliver his patented Bulldog Finisher from out of the corner when Akbar suddenly reached in and tripped him. Houston crashed face-first to the mat and was cradled by Eli with a handful of tights for the 1-2-3.

4. Sting over “Mr. Superb” Steve Doll (w/ Missy Hyatt) at 9:49. Lest we forget, it was Steve Doll who thwarted Sting’s attempt to win the Television Title from Eddie Gilbert last week in Oklahoma City. Doll saved Hot Stuff from a probable submission by breaking up the Stinger’s Scorpion Deathlock with a Superkick. The interference may have gotten Gilbert disqualified, but it allowed him to retain the TV Championship. Looking to gain admittance into the First Family of Professional Wrestling, Mr. Superb continued his audition this evening. A victory over Sting would certainly boost his chances, but some interference gone awry by Missy Hyatt would cost him dearly in the end. The First Lady inadvertently smashed Doll in the noggin with her loaded purse “The Lady in Waiting” to give Sting the victory.

5. “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan lost to bitter rival Art Crews via disqualification at 12:00. Crews (in full heel mode with bleached blonde hair and a bellicose disposition) drew big time heat in Baton Rouge this evening. Art was pelted with cups and debris and serenaded with a loud chorus of loud boos as he emerged from the back to make his ring entrance. The veteran from Topeka, Kansas further fanned the crowd’s flames by busting Duggan open with a blow from his own 2x4 after Referee Carl Fergie had been spilled to the canvas. The dazed official was just getting back to his feet when Hacksaw, blinded by blood, decked Fergie again with a wild haymaker to draw the DQ.



Art Crews

6. The bout between Lord Humungous and Devastation Incorporated’s Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) resulted in a Double Count Out at 8:56. Some UWF fans are still not buying Humungous’ recent face turn and were indecisive when it came to lending their support for him during the match introductions. The loss of points he sustained by the lukewarm response greatly assisted Brown, as did the interference of General Skandor Akbar. The shady manager is clearly holding a grudge against Humungous after his invitation to join Devastation Incorporated was unceremoniously shunned. Akbar was especially active during this bout and got in several cheap shots with his riding crop; so much so that Humungous finally had enough and bailed from the ring to chase the General to the back. Brown immediately followed after them to come to his manager’s defense. Referee Tony Torres’ ten count went unanswered.

7. The Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams) successfully defended their UWF Tag Team Titles against the former champions the Fantastics (Tommy Rogers & Bobby Fulton) in tonight’s Main Event. This was a battle of bonus points with the challengers rolling big on their Speed Modifier, but the Sheepherders rolling even bigger on their Cheating Modifer. The champions combined for a Double Team Gut Buster on Bobby Fulton behind the official’s back while Referee Tommy Gilbert was busy sending Tommy Rogers back to his corner. Gilbert turned around to find Cousin Luke making the cover and counted the pin at 13:22. To make matters worse, Williams was not even the legal man for his team at the time. Nevertheless, the Sheepherders retain the UWF Tag Team Championship.
 
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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) - Cabell County Memorial Fieldhouse, Huntington, WV. Att: 3,450.



Commentators: Gordon Solie & Michael Hayes
Ring Announcer: Sterling Brewer
Referees: Bobby Simmons, Ron West & Les Thornton’s Mysterious Masked Guest Referee from England

1. Charlie Cook over Buck Brannigan in the opener at 8:51. Buck proved to be one tough hombre this evening. Cook by far had the better of the action, but he could not find a way to hold Brannigan’s shoulders to the mat long enough for the three count. Looking to steal a win before the ten minute time limit ran out, Buck tried to hit his opponent with Ring Announcer Sterling Brewer’s microphone but had the smash reversed. Cook quickly hooked a leg and scored the pin with just over a minute left in the bout.

2. The Super Destroyer (w/ Big John Studd) beat Roberto Soto at 4:00. The Destroyer (Scott Irwin beneath the mask) and Studd were both pelted with debris by the raucous crowd as they made their way down to ringside. The rude reception enabled the masked man to rack up some bonus heel points for this contest. John Studd made his presence felt by grabbing a hold of Soto’s boot to prevent him from climbing up to the top rope. The Destroyer quickly met Roberto half way up the turnbuckle and delivered a devastating Superplex to gain the three count.

3. Gypsy Joe defeated George Wells via Count Out at 4:36. Although he was checked for weapons before the opening bell by Referee Bobby Simmons, Joe managed to sneak a bag of Gypsy Dust past the official’s detection. This would prove to play a pivotal role once the action moved OOR. Joe was taking a shellacking on the floor but managed to get himself back inside the ring in time to make the ref’s count after blinding his adversary with a handful of the Dust.

4. The highly anticipated bout between “Man of a Thousand Holds” Les Thornton and Bruno Sammartino Jr. (David Sammartino) was declared a “No Contest” at 10:07. As advertised, this match was officiated by a special masked guest referee from the UK. Not to be outdone, the legendary Bruno Sammartino came to ringside to be in his son’s corner. Bruno Sr.’s presence OOR clearly had an impact on Thornton’s concentration. Again and again, the so-called “Man of a Thousand Holds” became distracted by Papa Sammartino and found himself in one pinning predicament after another. Fortunately for Les, the mysterious British official was either out of position to count the pins, employed a slow count, or missed the pin attempt altogether. Bruno Sr. was livid with the referee’s blatant favoritism and/or incompetence. Unable to contain his temper any longer, Papa Sammartino jumped into the ring to confront the official and unmasked him during a heated exchange. The mysterious referee turned out to be none other than Lord Alfred Hayes. The match was thrown out as Thornton and Hayes fled to the back.

5. “Fabulous Freebird” Buddy Roberts (w/ Terry Gordy) over Robert Fuller (w/ Ted Dibiase) by DQ at 13:30. Referee Ron West had his hands full maintaining order in this wild match. As it turned out, there would be as much action outside the ring as there was inside. Michael Hayes further added to the chaos when he left the announcers’ table to be with Terry Gordy in Roberts’ corner. During the pandemonium, Hayes, who was up on the apron attempting to interfere, was inadvertently sent crashing into West by Ted Dibiase. The dazed official blamed Dibiase for the bump and disqualified Robert Fuller. Fuller vehemently protested the ruling and pleaded his case but West’s decision stood.

6. The tag team contest pitting the duo of Steve Keirn & Tommy “Wildfire” Rich against Kevin Sullivan & “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer ended in a Double DQ at 13:00. All heck broke loose when Sullivan sustained Wildfire’s patented Thesz Press off the ropes. Sawyer immediately raced into the ring to break up Rich’s pin attempt prompting Keirn to join the fray. All four men then went at it with Referee Bobby Simmons disqualifying both teams after he was unable to restore order.

7. The Great Kabuki (w/ “Playboy” Gary Hart & Professor Sonoda) defeated Mr. Wrestling II via Count Out in the Main Event at 20:47. Gary Hart knows how to stir up the pot and cut a brilliant promo with Gordon Solie prior to the match. The interview gave Kabuki some much needed bonus points to work with as did some timely interference by the devious Sonoda. The Professor of the martial arts has been a thorn in Mr. Wrestling II’s side during his tenure in Georgia Championship Wrestling and this evening would be no different. Sonoda, who injured Wrestling II with a well-placed Karate Kick to the ribs several weeks ago, reached into the ring to try and trip the popular masked man as he bounded off the ropes during the action. While the attempt failed, the Professor did succeed in drawing the wrath of Wrestling II who bolted from the ring to give Sonoda his comeuppance on the floor. The two battled around ringside and back up the aisle toward the dressing room. Referee Ron West’s ten count ran out to give Kabuki the victory.



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Jim Crockett Promotions' NWA Mid-Atlantic Results (Mid 80's) - Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA. Att: 8,756.



Announcers: Tony Schiavone & David Crockett
Ring Announcer: Carl Murnick
Referees: Sonny Fargo, Juan Sebastian & Stu Schwartz

1.”Wild” Bill White beat Rocky King in our opening contest at 3:57. Not only did Wild Bill earn a nice bonus for cutting an excellent promo with Tony Schiavone prior to the match, but he also scored additional points for rolling on his Cheating Modifier. That double whammy proved to be far too much for King to overcome. White pulled a hidden foreign object from his tights and KO’d Rocky with a loaded haymaker to gain the pinfall.

2. “Superstar” Bill Dundee defeated Randy Barber in his NWA Mid-Atlantic debut at 2:41. Dundee got a huge ovation during his entrance and signed autographs for the fans as he made his way down to ringside. The Superstar may have given up some size to his opponent, but dominated this bout from start to finish. Barber was dazed by a Flying Tackle off the ropes before going nighty-night in Dundee’s Sleeperhold.

3. Ole Anderson of the Four Horsemen over “Avalanche” Buzz Tyler via Count Out at 12:06. Ole got off to a fast start with a sneak attack from behind while Tyler was handing his ring jacket down to an attendant and continued to dish out the punishment once the action moved to the floor. Buzz managed to reverse a whip into the barricade railing, but ended up in the second row of spectators after Anderson side-stepped his subsequent charge. Tyler could not get himself back inside the ring in time to make Referee Stu Schwartz’ ten count.

4. “The Boogie-Woogie Man” Jimmy Valiant pinned Krusher Khruschev (w/ Ivan Koloff) at 8:17. Khruschev grabbed the house mic after Carl Murnick’s match introductions and went on a rant against the United States. The fans were more than happy to hear his tirade be drowned out by the Boogie Man’s “Boy from New York City” entrance music. Once the bout got under way, Khruschev struggled mightily against the unorthodox Valiant; so much so that Koloff tried to lend a hand but sliding a folding chair into the ring for his comrade to use, but even that strategy backfired. Krusher sustained a DDT onto the chair from Valiant leading to the three count.



"Boogie-Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant

5. The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) successfully defended their NWA Tag Team Titles with a victory over the masked Thunderfoots I & II (w/ “No. 1” Paul Jones). Jones thought that he had saved his team from a certain pin by clobbering Referee Juan Sebastian from behind with his cane after Morton and Gibson combined for their Double Drop Kick finisher on Thunderfoot II. Chaos ensued with all four men battling it out in the ring as Referee Stu Schwartz raced in to attend to the KO’d Sebastian. Robert Gibson managed to cradle Thunderfoot II in a Small Package amidst the mayhem with Schwartz then counting the pin at10:39. Jones was beside himself with rage and protested the decision vehemently but to no avail. The Rock & Roll Express retain the NWA Tag Team Championship ! (The victory was all the sweeter for the Express considering that it was a Low Blow by Jones that led to the Thunderfoot #1 pinning Gibson last week in Fayetteville, NC to precipitate this title match.)

6. Blackjack Mulligan defeated “Cowboy” Ron Bass (w/ J.J. Dillon) in a Texas Death Match. This one was not for the faint of heart as both men, dressed in street clothes, pummelled one another with whatever objects they could get their hands on. Bass suffered a deep laceration after Blackjack removed one of his cowboy boots and bashed him in the forehead with it. Bass bled so severely from the gash that Referee Sonny Fargo deemed him unable to continue and awarded the match to Mulligan at 12:23.

7. Magnum T.A. over Abdullah the Butcher (w/ “No.1” Paul Jones) in the Main Event at 12:20. As always, the Butcher did not perform anything that even remotely resembled a wrestling hold. Abdullah used several foreign objects over the course of this bout including a tongue depressor, a pencil and his manager’s walking stick, yet he was never caught in the act by Referee Stu Schwartz. Magnum endured the endless barrage of weapons and somehow managed to lift his 360lb adversary just enough in the process to deliver his trademark Belly to Belly Suplex finisher for the victory.
 
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WWWF Results (Circa Mid to Late 70's) – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA. Att: 11,401.



Announcers: Dick Graham & Kal Rudman
Special Guest Ring Announcer: "The Voice of the Flyers" Gene Hart
Referees: John Stanley, Dick Kroll & Dusty Feldbaumer

1. Johnny Rivera pinned “Fabulous” Frank Monte in our opening contest at 6:40. The bleached blonde Monte scored some heel points with some rude remarks that he had made regarding “The City of Brotherly Love” during a pre-match promo with Kal Rudman. The Spectrum crowd was more than happy to see Fabulous Frank go down for the three count following a Running Senton Splash by Rivera.

2. Baron Scicluna over Frankie Williams at 4:05. To his credit, Williams did not fall for the Baron’s bogus handshake offer to start the match and caught Scicluna in an arm drag instead. Frankie continued to roll with a series of shoulder tackles off the ropes, but his flurry of offense was short-circuited when he missed on an elbow drop attempt. Scicluna then wore his opponent down with a barrage of rule-breaking tactics before finishing Williams off with a Loaded Punch.

3. Larry Zbyszko defeated “The Unpredictable” Johnny Rodz at 7:29. Rodz used the ropes quite effectively in this bout to help keep his foe off balance, however he may have gone to the well once too often. Johnny’s high risk leap found nothing but canvas after Zbyszko, who was playing possum, rolled out of the way at the last instant. Larry followed up with a Shoulderbreaker to gain the 1-2-3.

4. George “The Animal” Steele (w/ Captain Louis Albano) over “Flying” Fred Curry at 9:31. The Animal bolstered his points total quite significantly with a roll on his ample Cheating Modifier. Steele inflicted a great deal of damage with the use of a tongue depressor but always managed to conceal the object from Referee John Stanley’s detection. Curry tried to mount a comeback by reversing a corner whip, but ran full steam into a raised boot on his subsequent corner charge and was pinned with a hand full of tights moments later.

5. “High Chief” Peter Maivia beat “The Big Cat” Ernie Ladd (w/ The Grand Wizard of Wrestling) via DQ at 14:45. Ever the good sportsman, Maivia offered the Big Cat a handshake to begin the contest after Gene Hart’s match introductions and got a knee to the midsection for his trouble. Ladd was particularly vicious and brutal this evening and seemed to be on the verge of disqualification throughout the match. The Big Cat went too far, however, when he brought a folding chair into the ring and smashed it over Maivia’s noggin. Referee Dick Kroll immediately called for the bell.




“High Chief” Peter Maivia


6. A tag team contest pitting Dominic Denucci and Dino Bravo against “Hollywood Fashion Plate” Classy Freddie Blassie’s team from the Orient Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka resulted in a Double Disqualification at 9:27. Bravo & Denucci were hoping to earn themselves another crack at the WWWF Tag Team Champion Valiant Brothers with a victory in this bout, but got caught up in a wild four man free-for-all in the ring. Referee Dusty Feldbaumer’s numerous attempts to restore order were ignored prompting the official to DQ both teams.

7. “Cowboy” Bobby Duncum (w/ Captain Louis Albano) over “The 8th Wonder of the World” Andre the Giant in the Main Event at 16:01. Andre has been anxious to get his hands on Duncum ever since the ornery cowboy busted him open with a cowbell smash during the Giant’s match with Ken Patera a few weeks ago in the Boston Garden. Duncum wasted no time in ripping the bandage off Andre’s forehead and immediately went to work on the laceration. Before long, the Giant was bleeding once more. While a pair of Head Butts from Andre may have rocked the cowboy, they also opened the gash further. The Giant became blinded by his own blood prompting Referee John Stanley to stop the bout and examine the wound. The official deemed him unable to continue and awarded the contest to Duncum. Andre was livid and chased both Stanley & Duncum out of the ring.
 
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WCCW (Circa mid 80's) 8/13/12 - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 3,419.



Announcers: Bill Mercer & Sunshine
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Marvin Jones, Bronco Lubich & Rick Hazzard

1.Private Terry Daniels defeated “Pretty Young Thing” Koko B. Ware (w/ Norvel Austin) by disqualification in our opening contest at 5:29. Proudly waving Old Glory, Daniels entered the ring to “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and was rewarding with loud cheers and bonus points from the fans. The best thing that Koko had going for him was a roll on his Cheating Modifier and the frequent interference of his tag team partner Norvell Austin. Some careless showboating by Ware would ultimately lead to the finish. Koko was playing to the crowd when the Private snuck up from behind and caught him in a Bridging Belly to Back Suplex. Austin quickly raced into the ring and broke up the pin with a stomp to Daniel’s back to draw the DQ.

2. Matt Borne (w/ Percy Pringle III) over Jerry Allen at 3:16. Borne, who is one half of the Texas Tag Team Champions along with “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer, wasted no time in getting the jump on his opponent. Allen was met with a Double Axe Handle to the back while he was climbing through the ropes for Marc Lowrances’s match introductions. Borne never relinquished control and capped off this one-sided bout with a Seated Splash from the top rope to put Allen away.

3. Chief Mark Youngblood lost to Crusher Yurkoff (aka Bam Bam Bigelow) at 8:29. Youngblood was seen conferring with his brother Chris backstage prior to the match. Apparently he received some good advice from his younger sibling. Youngblood used his speed and aerial prowess to great effect and kept his much larger opponent on the defensive. A well placed Drop Kick to the kisser sent Yurkoff crashing into Referee Rick Hazzard who tumbled to the mat. The Chief quickly pounced on his foe for a cover but the dazed official was unable to count the pin. Youngblood was helping Hazzard get back to his feet when he was rolled up from behind by Yurkoff for the pin.

4.Mike Von Erich beat Killer Tim Brooks by DQ at 7:06. Brooks was in a particularly ornery mood this evening and drew big time heat with an obscene hand gesture during his entrance. It was obvious from the start that the Killer was throwing the rule book out the window and taking his chances with Referee Marvin Jones. Brooks was indeed on the verge of disqualification throughout the bout, but went too far when he wrapped his chain around Mike’s throat to choke him out in the corner. Jones immediately called for the bell and awarded the contest to Von Erich.




Killer Tim Brooks



5. “The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park” Gino Hernandez and his partner Jake “The Snake” Roberts (w/ Nicola Roberts) defeated the duo of Al Madril and Jose Lothario in tag team action at 9:21. While she behaved herself for the most part during the match, Nicola played a pivotal role in her team’s victory. The femme fatale slipped Gino some brass knucks during a four man free-for-all in the ring which the Handsome Half Breed quickly employed to KO Lothario with a loaded punch. Referee Bronco Lubich, who was busy escorting Al Madril back to his corner, turned to find Gino making the cover and counted the pin. Sunshine bolted from the announcer’s table to inform Bronco of the shenanigans, but was unsuccessful in changing the official’s decision. Nicola had a good laugh as she beat a hasty retreat to the back with her tag team.

6. Texas TV Title Match. “Crippler” Rip Oliver (w/ Jim Cornette) was disqualified in his bid to unseat Brian Adias as the television champion. While Cornette proved to be a distracting presence for Adias, the challenger was unable to capitalize on his manager’s interference to win the title. The Crippler did come close on several occasions, though. Oliver stunned the champion with a taped thumb jab to the throat, but Referee Rick Hazzard was caught out of position and late in making the count. The extra second or two may have been the difference in helping Adias to kick out. The frustrated challenger ended up tossing Adias over the top rope to draw the DQ at 14:48.

7. Iceman King Parsons beat “Maniac” Mark Lewin (w/ “Playboy” Gary Hart) in the Main Event. Lewin and Hart cut a brilliant promo with Bill Mercer before the match to give the Maniac extra heel points to work with. The bonus allowed Lewin to carry the battle to the popular Iceman, especially once the action moved OOR. The Maniac inflicted a great deal of punishment on Parsons with a smash to the barricade railing and a Body Slam on the floor, but got himself disqualified when he ran the Iceman head-first into the ring post. Your winner via DQ at 12:17 – a battered and bruised Iceman King Parsons.
 
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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) – WTBS Studios, Atlanta, GA.



Commentators: Gordon Solie & Roddy Piper
Ring Announcer: Freddie Miller
Referee: Jimmy McGuire

1. Big Jim Duggan pinned Bruce Gallagher in our opening contest at 2:55. Duggan, in full heel mode this evening, tore up a youngster’s cardboard sign during his ring entrance. Big Jim didn’t show much in the way of technical skills nor, for that matter, any sort of a finishing maneuver. Duggan wore down his foe with a barrage of kicks, punches, eye rakes and Body Slams, but missed on a Big Splash attempt. Gallagher mustered a quick burst of offense before running full steam into Duggan’s raised knee on a corner charge leading to the pinfall.

2. Kevin Von Erich over Marvin Turner at 3:42. Von Erich dominated this match from the onset, though a three count proved to be elusive. Again and again, Turner was able to kick out, lift a shoulder or get a foot on the ropes in the nick of time to spoil Kevin’s pin attempts. Marvin’s luck ran out, however, once he became trapped in the famous Von Erich Claw Hold and was forced to submit.

3. “The Man of a Thousand Holds” Les Thornton (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) beat Bobby Garrett at 3:01. Thornton drew a loud chorus of boos when he snatched the house mic away from Freddie Miller and charged rival Bruno Sammartino Jr. of “cowardice” by refusing to wrestle him this evening on television. Thornton employed several European Uppercuts in this bout, but his favorite tactic seemed to be tossing Garrett OOR for Lord Alfred Hayes to get in a cheap shot. “The Man of a Thousand Holds” used a Boston Crab to induce a submission for the victory.

The pompous Lord Alfred Hayes may have made for a terrible masked referee last week in Huntington, WV, but he earned his keep as Thornton’s manager this evening by cutting a brilliant promo with Gordon Solie at the announcers’ desk after the bout. Hayes said that Bruno Jr. was riding on his famous father’s name and hadn’t earned anything on his own in the world of professional wrestling. Roddy Piper, who had been on his best behavior up until this point during the broadcast, quickly chimed in and accused Brad Armstrong of the same. Piper said he was sick and tired of “Bullet” Bob Armstrong “duping” GCW into allowing his son to be a competitor on the roster.

4. Bruce (Butch) Reed put away Ed Timbs at 6:34. As the time of the match might have suggested, the veteran Timbs was no pushover tonight. He managed to slip a foreign object past Referee Jimmy McGuire’s detection and used it quite frequently and effectively to stun Reed with his loaded punches. The former Kansas City Chief and standout from the University of Central Missouri battled back and eventually stripped the weapon from his cheating foe’s grasp. With the foreign object no longer being a factor in the contest, the tide of the battle quickly turned in Reed’s favor. Bruce connected with a Diving Shoulder Tackle from the 2nd rope to score the winning three count.

5. The Mongolian Stomper (w/ Don Carson) defeated Don Gilbert at 3:10. The Stomper was in a particularly ornery mood after being doused with a cup of soda by an overzealous fan during his ring entrance and took his wrath out on his hapless opponent. Gilbert could have been pinned after sustaining a Backbreaker across the knee, then again with a Big Boot to the mush off the ropes, and once more following a series of Mongolian Stomps, but he kept getting yanked up on the count of two by his sadistic foe. The Stomper finally allowed the 1-2-3 after a Chair Shot, of all things, while his manager Don Carson was distracting Referee Jimmy McGuire.



The Mongolian Stomper With Manager Don Carson


6. Rick Connors over Brad Armstrong via Count Out at 7:54. The story of this match was Roddy Piper who clearly got Brad’s goat from comments that he made earlier in the program. The Rowdy One is apparently “fed up with the favoritism that the Armstrong family receives here in Georgia Championship Wrestling” and made sure that everyone in TV Land knew it. Brad had harsh words for Piper several times during this bout. Unable to contain his temper any longer, Bullet Bob’s son bolted from the ring and confronted his nemesis at the announcers’ table where several wrestlers had to step in to keep the two combatants separated. In the meantime, Referee Jimmy McGuire’s ten count ran out thereby giving Rick Connors the gift victory.

7. The Masked Superstar made short work of Johnny King. He needed but 1:15 to make King submit to his patented Cobra Hold finisher. This final match of the broadcast was largely overshadowed by the Armstrong/Piper incident from moments earlier. Rowdy Roddy closed the show by ominously vowing to make himself a thorn in the side of the Armstrongs in the weeks to come.
 
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AWA Results (Mid 80's) - The Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA. Attn: 7,607.




Commentators: Doug McCleod & Larry "The Axe" Hennig
Ring Announcer: "Dapper" Dave Prill
Referees: Larry Lisowski, Rich Frisk & Gary DeRusha

1. D.J. Peterson topped Tom “Rocky” Stone in our opening contest at 7:37. D.J. was certainly popular with the youngsters at the Cow Palace this evening and was happy to autograph their programs during his ring entrance. Once the bell rang, though, Peterson quickly found out that his veteran opponent was no pushover. Stone used an assortment of dirty tactics to take charge of the bout but lost his advantage when a Verticle Suplex attempt was blocked and reversed. Tom was just getting back to his feet when he sustained Peterson’s TNT finisher (Flying Shoulder Tackle from the 2nd Rope) which led to the three count.

2. Pat Tanaka beat Jake “The Milkman” Milliman at 9:40. Tanaka cut a great promo with “Dapper” Dave Prill prior to the match, but had his problems with the pesky Milkman. Jake had a counter for anything that the increasingly frustrated Tanaka threw at him. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Tanaka sent Milliman crashing into Referee Rich Frisk who tumbled to the mat. Oblivious to the mischief, the woozy official disqualified the Milkman for the bad bump. Jake pleaded his case to Frisk after the bell but it fell on deaf ears.

3. There was no winner in the tag team contest pitting Madusa Micelli’s tandem of “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly & “Slick” Nick Kiniski against the Top Guns (Ricky Rice & Jon Paul Demann). Both teams had their chances but were unable to finish off their opponents. The bout eventually degenerated into a pier six brawl with all four men battling it out in the ring. Unable to restore order, Referee Gary DeRusha signaled for the bell and DQ’d both teams at 14:13.

4. The match between Mr. Go the Ninja (w/ “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko) and Tom Zenk (w/ Brad Rheingans) also yielded no winner. As it turned out, there was as much action OOR as there was in. The grapplers’ respective cornermen got into a tussle on the floor which quickly escalated into chaos. Referee Larry Lisowski threw the match out at 12:56 when Zbyszko and Rheingans took their brawl into the ring and incorporated Zenk and Go into the mayhem. AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn, who was in attendance at ringside, ordered a tag team contest with the four combatants next week.

5. Big Scott Hall over Soldad Ustinov (w/Teijo Khan & Russian Flag) via disqualification at 11:28. The bad blood began immediately in this one when Hall interrupted Ustinov’s pre-match interview with Doug McCleod. Ustinov’s loss of points for the blown promo was offset by a roll on his Cheating Modifier as well as the frequent interference of Teijo Khan. Teijo went too far, however, when he bashed Hall from behind with his flagpole. Referee Rich Frisk caught him in the act and immediately signalled for the DQ.

6. Nord the Barbarian (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee & Boris Zhukov) defeated “The Mountain from Stone Mountain, GA” Crusher Jerry Blackwell by way of Count Out at 7:02. There is no love lost when it comes to Blackwell and the Skeik and his stable of henchmen. El-Kaisee, who once managed Jerry, got in several cheap shots but was unsuccessful when he reached under the bottom rope and attempted to trip up his antagonist. Fed up with the interference, Blackwell bailed from the ring to give the Sheik his comeuppance. Crusher did manage to rock El-Kaisee with a Head Butt on the floor, but was clobbered from behind by Zhukov and his Russian Chain while Nord distracted Referee Gary DeRusha. Blackwell was unable to answer DeRusha’s subsequent ten count.

7. “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers over “The Wildman from Borger, TX” Stan “The Lariat” Hansen in a Main Event Lumberjack Match at 12:01. Lumberjacks included Jon Paul Demann, Larry Zbyszko, PatTanaka, Scott Hall, Tom Stone, D.J. Peterson, Kevin Kelly, Nord the Barbarian, Tom Zenk, Jake Milliman, Mr. Go, Ricky Rice, Crusher Blackwell, Nick Kiniski, Brad Rheingans and Soldad Ustinov. Hansen, by far, had the better of the fight in this latest chapter of his bitter feud with the vile Colonel. Thanks to the assistance of the lumberjacks surrounding ringside, the so-called “Champion of Apartheid” Debeers was unable to escape Stan’s clutches. Things were indeed looking good for the Wildman from Borger, TX until he got into a confrontation with lumberjack Nord the Barbarian. Nord climbed up onto the apron and took a wild swing at Stan but missed. Hansen reciprocated in kind and connected with his haymaker which sent the Barbarian tumbling to the floor. The devious Debeers capitalized on the incident by sneaking up from behind and grabbing Hansen in a surprise School Boy Roll Up for the winning pinfall. The Colonel immediately headed back to the locker room with Nord leaving everyone to speculate as to whether or not Debeers had now joined Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee’s stable.



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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80's Era) Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY. Att: 2,810.



Announcers: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Jack Lutz, Gilberto Roman & Dick Woehrle

1. ”Young Stallion” Jim Powers (w/ Paul Roma) beat Goldie Rogers (w/ Ted Grizzly) in our opening contest at 7:07. This is the first time that we’ve seen Grizzly and Rogers together. Gorilla Monsson speculated as to whether or not the two have formed an alliance of some sort behind the scenes. Whatever the reason was for his being there, Grizzly attempted to interfere by reaching into the ring to trip Powers, but ended up getting Goldie instead. Rogers stumbled right into a Powerslam from the Young Stallion for the pinfall. Grizzly immediately rushed into the ring to right his wrong by attacking Powers from behind which prompted Roma to also enter. The Stallions chased off their antagonists and were then interviewed by “Mean” Gene Okerlund afterward. Roma & Powers issued a challenge to Grizzly & Rogers for a tag team match next week.

2. Hillbilly Jim defeated Moondog Spot by way of Count Out at 5:27. Spotty may have gotten the early jump on Jim by hitting him from behind with his nasty dog bone during Howard Finkel’s match introductions, but karma would come back to haunt him in the end. Spot took the battle to the floor where he attempted to use the bone once again on his foe, but Jim was ready for him this time and reversed the smash. The dazed Moondog staggered around ringside and was counted out by Referee Gilberto Roman.

3. Greg “The Hammer” Valentine over Jose Luis Rivera at 9:57. Valentine seemed overly preoccupied with Pedro Morales who had joined Gorilla Monsoon and Lord Alfred Hayes at the announcers’ table to provide guest commentary for the bout. Rivera was able to take advantage of Morales’ presence by catching the Hammer in several pinning predicaments but he was unable to score the decisive three count. Valentine finally got down to business and methodically wore down Rivera by going to work on his left knee. The punishment took its toll and precipitated a submission to Valentine’s trademark Figure Four Leg Lock. After the bell, the Hammer showed his sadistic side by refusing to release the grueling hold. Pedro Morales was having none of that, however ! The Latin star threw off his headset and raced into the ring to chase off Valentine.



Greg “The Hammer” Valentine


4. King Kong Bundy (w/ manager Bobby “The Brain” Heenan) pinned “Golden Boy” Danny Spivey at 6:36. Not only did Bundy score extra points for drawing big time heat in Poughkeepsie, the superheavyweight from Atlantic City also added to his total by rolled on his Cheating Modifier. As if that didn’t hurt Spivey’s chances enough, the Golden Boy was also the victim of a fast count by Referee Jack Lutz on the winning pinfall after Danny ran into Bundy’s raised knee on a corner charge.

5. The fans were treated to an unofficial and impromptu match between hero-turned-heel Sergeant Slaughter and his former protégé Corporal Kirchner. All the trouble began when Kirchner’s interview with “Mean” Gene Okerlund was rudely interrupted by his mentor. The Corporal accused Slaughter of ”treason” and “betraying” the Cobra Corps and his fans. As one might expect, the Sarge did not take kindly to those strong words and the fight was on. Both men took their battle into the ring. What ensued was a prolonged brawl with Kirchner eventually gaining the advantage after flattening the former Marine Drill Instructor with a Flying Clothesline off the ropes. Slaughter was able to roll himself OOR before the Corporal could plant him with the Parachute Drop (Fallaway Slam/Samoan Drop). The Sarge grudgingly retreated to the back while Kirchner waved Old Glory in the ring and basked in the cheers of the fans.

6. The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith & the Dynamite Kid) over Rowdy Roddy Piper & “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff via Count Out in a tag team contest at 10:04. The story of this bout was the Bulldogs speed and teamwork for which Orndorff and Piper could find no counter. Things looked grim indeed for the heels when Dynamite perched himself on the top rope to deliver what was sure to be his Swan Dive Head Butt finisher onto a down-and-out Roddy Piper, but Mr. Wonderful pulled his dazed partner out of the ring before the maneuver could be attempted. Invoking the strategy that discretion is the better part of valor, Orndorff and Piper opted to head to the back and fight again another day as Referee Dick Woehrle laid the ten count on them.

7. Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka topped “Macho Man” Randy Savage (w/ “Pomp & Circumstance” entrance music and Miss Elizabeth) in the Main Event at 21:15. Snuka actually extended the Macho Man a handshake to get things started, but Savage declined the offer. The Superfly merely shrugged his shoulders and proceeded to take the fight to his opponent. Time and time again, Savage bailed from the ring for a timeout to break Snuka’s momentum; sometimes going so far as to pull Miss Elizabeth in front of himself to act as a shield while he regrouped. The Macho Man seemed to always be a step behind his adversary for the entire match, none more so evident than at the conclusion of the bout. Savage whipped the Superfly hard into the corner, but missed on a follow up charge after Snuka had hopped up to the top rope. Jimmy then delivered a Sunset Flip from the turnbuckle to score the winning three count.
 
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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) - Bell Auditorium, Augusta, GA. Att: 5,255.







Commentators: Gordon Solie & Mr. Wrestling II
Ring Announcer: Freddie Miller
Referees: Scrappy McGowan, Charlie Smith & Nick Patrick.

1. Clad in a black singlet with a gray mask, the mysterious Gladiator toppled Jim Tucker in our opening contest at 3:49. While he may have kept the crowd guessing as to his true identity, the masked heel failed to draw any heat from the fans whatsoever. Tucker may have benefited somewhat from the Gladiator’s loss of points, but went down to a suspiciously effective Head Butt in the end. The Gladiator appeared to remove something from his mask as he walked back up the aisle to the dressing room following the victory.

2. Young Brian Blair and veteran Rick Ferrara were both counted out at 5:24. Blair received a nice welcome in Augusta and rewarded the spectators for their support with a dazzling array of aerial maneuvers. His Flying Cross Body Press, however, sent both he and his opponent toppling over the top rope and crashing hard to the floor below. Neither man was able to recover in time to make Referee Charlie Smith’s ten count.

3. The bout between Professor Sonoda and “Downtown” Denny Brown ended before it ever started. Mr. Wrestling II bolted from the announcers’ table and put a clubberin’ on his hated rival during the match introductions. Sonoda was battered from pillar to post before being pulled OOR by his manager “Playboy” Gary Hart. The two quickly fled to the safety of the back with Wrestling II in hot pursuit. Since the match never officially started, Referee Nick Patrick declared it a “No Contest”.

4. The team of Ray “The Crippler” Stevens & Tor Kamata (w/ the Great Mephisto) beat the Gibson Brothers (Rick & Robert) at 6:17. Mephisto’s men got off to a strong start with a sneak attack from behind while their opponents were handing their ring jackets down to an attendant. Bolstered by their Technical Skills Modifier, the Gibsons began to mount a comeback until Mephisto interjected himself into the proceedings. The devious manager blinded Robert with a fireball causing the younger of the two Gibson brothers to stagger into a Stevens’ Piledriver for the winning pinfall.

5. Roddy Piper over Big Red Reese via DQ at 9:50. This match was vintage Piper. The Rowdy One insulted the city of Augusta and its citizens with some rather colorful language over the house mic to rack up a nice bonus of heel points. The fans were more than happy to see Big Red use his massive bulk to pulverize Roddy again and again. The woozy Piper still had the wherewithal to send Reese crashing into Referee Charlie Smith. Oblivious to Roddy’s chicanery, the dazed official blamed Red for the bump and called for the bell.

6. Ted Dibiase defeated “Fabulous Freebird” Terry Gordy (w/ Michael Hayes) by disqualification at 20:55. There’s no love lost between Dibiase and the Freebirds. He and his tag team partner Robert Fuller have both had their hands full with Gordy, Hayes and Buddy Roberts as of late. The feud continued this evening in this barn burner of a singles match-up with Gordy nearly scoring a pinfall following a huge Bulldog out of the corner. Ted barely managed to lift a shoulder in the nick of time to break the count, and then turned the tide of the battle by evading Gordy’s Big Splash attempt from the second rope. Dibiase then clamped on his Figure Four Leg Lock finisher prompting Michael Hayes to enter the ring and break up the hold. Referee Nick Patrick wasted no time in calling for the DQ. Gordy and Hayes put a double-team beat down on Dibiase until Robert Fuller raced in from the back to make the save.

7. The Main Event featured a Georgia Tag Team Title Match pitting the defending champion Minnesota Wrecking Crew (Gene & Ole Anderson) against the father and son combination of “Bullet” Bob Armstrong and Brad Armstrong. Ever popular in their home state, the Armstrongs signed dozens of autographs for a crowd of youngsters who flocked around them during their ring entrance. The challengers used the bonus points that they earned to carry the battle to their foes and dominate the action. A title change was in the air when Gene Anderson became trapped in Bullet Bob’s Sleeper Hold while son Brad kept Ole at bay as the two battled around ringside. Referee Scrappy McGowan seemed poised to signal for the bell after lifting and dropping Gene’s limp arm three times, but Roddy Piper came out of nowhere with a Double Axe Handle to Armstrong’s back from the top rope to break the hold and draw the DQ on the Andersons. Piper has had some harsh words regarding the Armstrongs recently and seemed to relish his role as spoiler in denying them their bid to win the Georgia Tag Team Title Championship. Your Winners – Bob & Brad Armstrong with the Minnesota Wrecking Crew retaining the belts.




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"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa 1987) – Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles, LA. Att: 2,822.



Commentators: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Referee: Joel Armstrong, Edward Faulk & Jerry Usher

1. Brickhouse Brown opened the show by pinning the Red Devil at 3:57. Wins have been hard to come by thus far for the masked man during his brief tenure here in the UWF, and victory was once again elusive tonight. A missed knee drop from the top rope proved to be the beginning of the end. The Red Devil was just getting back to his feet when he was met by a Diving Cross Body Press from the turnbuckle by Brickhouse for the three count.

2. Devastation Incorporated’s Super Ninja (w/ General Skandor Akbar) beat Johnny West at 4:16. This contest would have been over much sooner, but the Ninja kept yanking West up after several two counts to inflict additional punishment. Clad in black from head to toe, Akbar’s heel from the Orient stunned his opponent with a Knife Edge Chop to the throat off the ropes before finishing Johnny off with a Thrust Kick to the jaw.

3. “White Lightning” Tim Hoerner over “Cuban Assassin” David “Fidel” Sierra (w/ Gustavo Mendoza) at 7:24. Sierra boosted his points total by ripping up a youngster’s cardboard sign as he made his way down to ringside for Joe Bryan’s match introductions. The Cuban Assassin also received help from Mendoza who interfered frequently on his fellow countryman’s behalf. Ironically enough, the two were conferring in the corner when Hoerner snuck up from behind and caught Sierra in a Bridging Belly to Back Suplex for the pin.

4. Chavo Guerrero pinned Kortsia Korchenko at 7:37. The big Russian was fortunate enough to roll on his Size Modifier, but his massive bulk could not bring him a victory in the end. Korchenko whipped Chavo hard into the corner, but instead of following up immediately on his advantage, the Russian opted to jaw with some fans who were chanting “U.S.A!!” at him. By the time he finally charged into the corner, Guerrero had already vacated the premises. Korchenko crashed hard into the turnbuckle and sustained a Moonsault Body Block from the top rope by Chavo moments later to seal his fate.

5. “Gentleman” Chris Adams (w/ Sting) over “Gorgeous” Gary Young (w/ Brett Sawyer) at 8:15. All heck broke loose in this contest with the respective cornermen getting in on the action. Referee Edward Faulk would have been justified in disqualifying both men for all the outside interference, but exercised a lot of leeway instead to help decide a winner. Adams cashed in on the chaos but catching Gorgeous Gary in the mush with a Superkick to score the winning 1-2-3.

6. Devastation Incorporated’s Big Bubba Rogers (w/ Skandor Akbar) defeated Savannah Jack at 10:27. Savannah racked up some bonus points for cutting a brilliant promo with Jim Ross and Magnum T.A. prior to the bell and carried the good vibe forward into his bout with Rogers. Jack had Big Bubba reeling with a flurry of boxing jabs and Head Butts, but his momentum was abruptly derailed after the devious Akbar reached into the ring and tripped him. Rogers immediately followed up with a crushing Big Splash from the turnbuckle to gain the three count.



Big Bubba Rogers



7. There was no winner in the tag team Main Event pitting the First Family of Professional Wrestling’s Terry Taylor & UWF Television Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert (w/ “First Lady” Missy Hyatt and “Mr. Superb” Steve Doll) against the Okies (“Dr. Death” Steve Williams and Steve Cox). Never at a loss for words, Gilbert and Taylor spoiled their opponents pre-match chat with Joe Bryan by rudely interrupting the Okies’ interview. Dr. Death and Cox made them pay dearly once the contest finally got underway. The Okies took the fight to their brash opponents and were ahead on points until the action spilled OOR. Still vying for a spot in the First Family, Steve Doll interjected himself into the proceedings by smashing a chair over the back of Steve Cox before being laid out by a Running Clothesline from Dr. Death on the floor. Amidst all the mayhem, Referee Joel Armstrong’s ten count went unanswered. Armstrong called for the bell at 12:12 with both teams being counted out.
 
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