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Post subject: WWWF Results  PostPosted: Sep 08, 2016 - 02:29 PM



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WWWF Results (Late 70's) - Bangor Auditorium, Bangor, ME. Att: 4,656.



Announcers: Frank Coutinho & “Matman” Robbie Ellis
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta
Referees: Dick Woehrle, Gilberto Roman & Billy Caputo

1. The masked El Olympico opened the show with a victory over Jose Estrada at 8:51. Estrada was able to ground Olympico’s aerial attack for most of the match, but became embroiled in a shouting match with commentator “Matman” Robbie Ellis. Jose finally turned around and was met by a flying Drop Kick to the mush. Olympico then finished him off with a slingshot splash into the ring from the apron.

2. “Philadelphia’s Favorite Son” S.D. “Special Delivery” Jones over “Pretty Boy” Larry Sharpe by referee’s decision. This evenly matched contest went to the 10:00 time limit after neither man could put their opponent away. Many in attendance expected Referee Gilberto Roman to declare the bout a draw, however the official raised Jones’ hand in victory after deeming S.D. as having the better of the action. Sharpe protested vehemently but Roman’s decision stood.

3. Mr. Fuji (w/ manager “Hollywood Fashion Plate” Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated “Quick Draw” Rick McGraw at 7:23. McGraw was clearly flustered after having his pre-match interview with Frank Coutinho interrupted by the cantankerous Blassie and never seemed to get himself back on track. Freddie also managed to sneak in a cheap shot with his teakwood cane that went undetected by Referee Billy Caputo. Quick Draw was ripe for the pickens and went down for the three count after sustaining Fuji’s Kamikaze Clothesline off the ropes.

4. Upon being introduced by Gary Cappetta, the popular young superstar from Montreal, Canada, Dino Bravo thanked the fans for their warm welcome over the house mic and rewarded the fans for their support with a win over the Golden Terror. The Terror, whose mannerisms in the ring suspiciously resemble those of “The Duke of Dorchester” Pete Dougherty, threatened to walk out on this match after nearly being unmasked by his opponent. Bravo stunned his foe with a Flying Head Scissors before pinning the Terror with an Airplane Spin at 5:12.

5. “Russian Bear” Ivan Koloff (w/ manager Captain Louis Albano) defeated Dominic Denucci via Count Out at 13:54. Captain Lou took his lumps in this bout and was knocked off the apron by a Denucci Double Chop, but his interference would make the difference once the action moved to the floor. Albano kept Referee Gilberto Roman occupied while Koloff ran Dominic head-first into the ring post. Denucci was unable to recover and failed to make Roman’s ten count.

6. Gorilla Monsoon teamed up with “Polish Power” Ivan Putski to face the Grand Wizard of Wrestling’s “Golden Grahams” (Superstar Billy Graham & Crazy Luke Graham) in a tag team contest. This was the first time that Putski and Monsoon have joined forces in the WWWF and it showed in the ring. The Grahams worked cohesively as a unit and dominated the proceedings accordingly. Monsoon caught a taped thumb jab to the throat from Crazy Luke OOR and was counted out by Referee Billy Caputo at 10:08.




Superstar Billy Graham (left) & Crazy Luke Graham (right)


7. There was no winner in the Main Event bout pitting “Olympic Strongman” Ken Patera against Pedro Morales. Pedro may have scored some bonus points for signing autographs for some youngsters prior to the bell, but his advantage was offset by a roll on Patera’s Strength Modifier. The stalemate reached its conclusion when a Morales’ Flying Body Press sent both men over the top rope and tumbling hard to the floor below. Neither Patera nor Morales could get themselves back inside the ring in time to make Referee Dick Woehrle’s ten count. The time of the match was 20:22.
 
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World Class Results (Mid 80's) - Harlington Sports Center, Harlington, TX. Att: 2,949.



Announcers: Bill Mercer & Fritz Von Erich
Ring Announcer: Stella Mae French
Referees: Ralph Pulley, Danny Pleches & Dick Raines

1. Kelly Kiniski over Bob “The Cat” Bradley in the opener at 5:39. Kiniski was severely reprimanded by Referee Ralph Pulley after his foreign object was confiscated by the official during the pre-match pat down. Undaunted, Kiniski continued with his rule breaking tactics and managed to gain the pinfall with both feet on the ropes for leverage after Bradley ran full steam into a raised knee on a corner charge.

2. Buck “Rock & Roll” Zumhoffe (w/ Boombox) pinned Frankie “The Thumper” Lancaster at 3:19. Both men received extra points to work with after rolling on their respective modifiers. (Zumhoffe for Technical skills and Lancaster for Cheating). Buck also received a bonus for signing autographs during his ring entrance. Zumhoffe's Reverse Body Drop off the 2nd rope put Frankie’s shoulders to the mat for the 1-2-3.

3. Mike Von Erich defeated “Rock & Roll RPM” Mike Davis at 5:18. Never at a loss for words, Davis got into a heated confrontation with Fritz Von Erich at ringside prior to the opening bell. Fritz’ presence at the announcers’ table would prove to be an ongoing source of distraction for the RPM throughout the contest. Davis was rolled up from behind by Mike for the three count during yet another word of words with the Von Erich patriarch.

4. The Texas Tag Team Champions “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer & “Maniac” Matt Borne (w/ Percy Pringle III) beat the Batten Twins (Brad & Bart) in a non-title match at 10:57. The champions were able to take advantage of some timely manager interference to pull out a victory. While Pringle distracted Referee Ralph Pulley, Buzz Sawyer wrapped his dog chain around his fist and laid out Bart Batten with a smash to the chops. Borne then leapt off the top rope with a Seated Splash to the KO’d Batten’s chest to score the winning pinfall.

5. “Cowboy” Scott Casey (w/ Sunshine) over Killer Khan (w/ “Playboy” Gary Hart) via DQ at 8:40. Khan added to his points total by chasing Stella Mae French from the ring before she could complete the match introductions. Hart’s Mongolian Monster went on to dominate the action – especially OOR – but got himself disqualified by Referee Danny Pleches after running the Cowboy head-first into the ring post.




Killer Khan


6. Popular South African Steve Simpson was showered with hugs and kisses by adoring female fans during his ring entrance. The warm reception gave him extra points against his unorthodox opponent the Missing Link. In an unusual turn of events, Simpson was caught holding a foreign object by Referee Dick Raines after he had pried it from his foe’s grasp. Raines wasted no time in calling for the bell and awarded the match to the Missing Link at 11:58.

7. There was no winner in the Main Event bout pitting “Ravishing” Rick Rude (w/ Percy Pringle III) against the Dingo (and soon to be WWF Ultimate) Warrior. Things took a turn in the Dingo’s favor when Referee Ralph Pulley ordered Percy Pringle to the back after the devious manager had interfered one time too many during the action. To his credit, Rude persevered without his corner man and nearly stole a victory with a Small Package and a handful of tights. Both men were eventually DQ’d when they simultaneously tossed Pulley OOR after the official intervened and tried to break up a prolonged slugfest. The time of the match was 13:43.
 
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Post subject: AWA Results  PostPosted: Sep 22, 2016 - 09:05 AM



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AWA Results (Mid 80’s) - Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI. Att: 4,495.



Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: “Dapper” Dave Prill
Referee: Doug Gilbert, Jim Bunning & Marty Miller

1. The newly formed tag team of “Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers & “California Kid” Tommy Jammer debuted with a victory over veterans Dennis Stamp & Tom “Rocky” Stone at 4:30. Things were going just fine for Jammer and Rogers until “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin and his valet Precious came down to ringside to have a looksee. Their presence OOR proved to be a major source of distraction. Stone and Stamp were able to execute several double team maneuvers to keep themselves in the match, but were whipped into one another from opposite corners of the ring. Rogers surprised the dazed Stamp with a Sunset Flip off the 2nd rope to score the winning pinfall.

2. “Playboy” Buddy Rose (w/ manageress “Sensational” Sherri Martel) topped “Jamming” Mitch Snow at 3:24. As always, Rose took exception to Dave Prill introducing him at a weight of 271 lbs and insisted that it should be 217 lbs. The Playboy also had his problems with several hecklers in the crowd who chanted “Pillsbury Dough Boy” throughout the contest. The preoccupied Rose was caught in pinning predicaments time and time again but managed to allude the three count. The Playboy finally got down to business and put Snow away with his Las Vegas Jackpot DDT to gain the 1-2-3.

3. Leon “The Baby Bull” White over Alexis Smirnoff at 8:14. Big Leon offered his opponent a polite and gentlemanly handshake to begin the match to which Smirnoff responded with a vicious eye rake. The Russian continued to hold the advantage until he jammed his shoulder into the turnbuckle on a botched corner charge. White plowed in with a huge Running Avalanche that pushed the ring back some two feet and then finished off Smirnoff with a Big Splash moments later.

4. Ricky Rice pulled off the upset of the night with a win over “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin at 6:07. Garvin discovered that what goes around comes around. Sonny Rogers and Tommy Jammer returned to ringside to take in the bout and diverted Gorgeous Jimmy's attention . It did not take long before Garvin’s valet Precious got into a heated altercation with the duo. Gorgeous Jimmy became caught up in the confrontation and was rolled up from behind by Rice for the pin.

5. In a special international contest, Jumbo Tsuruta beat Mr. Saito (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) at 9:42. Fans were also treated to a special appearance by the legendary Giant Baba prior to the bell. The Japanese Superstar bowed to both grapplers, but was snubbed when Saito turned his back on him. Baba then gave Tsuruta some last minute advice which bolstered Jumbo’s points total. This evenly matched contest was decided when Tsuruta flipped out of his adversary’s Atomic Knee Drop attempt and caught Saito from behind in a Bridging Belly to Back Suplex for the three count.

6. “Olympian” Brad Rheingans & “Z Man” Tom Zenk defeated “Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko & his Ninja bodyguard Mr. Go at 13:27. This tag team match was ordered by AWA Commissioner Stanley Blackburn as a result of some bad blood between the four participants stemming from a recent card at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Zbyszko tried to take advantage of Referee Marty Miller being toppled to the canvas by tossing his nunchuks into the ring for Mr. Go to use, but overshot the Ninja’s reach. Brad Rheingans quickly snatched them up off the mat and smashed Go in the noggin with them. Tne woozy official recovered in time to count the pinfall. (Zbyszko tried to intervine and break up the pin but was intercepted by a Tom Zenk Drop Kick).

7. Stan “The Lariat” Hansen over Nord the Barbarian in the Main Event at 6:56. The Wildman from Borger, Texas may be a fan favorite now, but his roughhouse style remains the same. Hansen has a personal grudge against Sheik Adnan’s stable after Nord interfered to give Colonel Debeers a win over the rugged cowboy in a Lumberjack Match at the Cow Palace. The Barbarian’s points total took a hit when he lost the services of his manager. El-Kaisee was ordered to the back by Referee Doug Gilbert prior to the bell, but the devious Sheik snuck back down ringside late in the bout disguised as a peanut vendor. Ironically enough, Nord was sent crashing into him when El-Kaisee climbed up onto the apron to interfere. The dazed Barbarian stumbled right into Hansen’s trademark Lariat finisher for the winning three count.



Stan "The Lariat" Hansen
 
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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80's Era) Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI. Att: 4,633.



Announcers: Vince McMahon Jr. & Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dave Hebner, Jack Kruger & Danny Davis

1. The Young Stallions (Paul Roma & Jim Powers) opened the show with a convincing win over the tandem of Goldie Rogers & Ted Grizzly. The Stallions demanded this match after Grizzly interfered in a singles match between Powers and Rogers in Poughkeepsie, NY. Roma scored the winning pinfall on Grizzly with a Splash off the top rope at 4:21 after Goldie accidentally decked his partner with an errant Clothesline.

2. In another Grudge Match of sorts, “The Brooklyn Brawler” Steve Lombardi beat the Tonga Kid via Count Out at 7:11. Lombardi has shown a much more aggressive style with his new persona and has some recent victories in the squared circle to show for it. The Brawler wasted no time in getting down to business and attacked his foe while Tonga was climbing through the ropes for the match introductions. This bout eventually ended up on the floor where Lombardi clocked the Kid with Ring Announcer Howard Finkel’s microphone. The blow dazed Tonga just long enough to get him counted out by Referee Jack Kruger.

3. Some interference gone awry helped Pedro Morales defeat “No.1 Frenchman” Rene Goulet (w/ Mysterious Glove and Frenchy Martin) at 5:51. Martin, who had been waving a French flag around ringside to distract Morales, accidentally bashed Goulet in the back with it when Pedro moved at the last instant. The miscue enabled Morales to land a Running Senton Splash across the No. 1 Frenchman’s chest and gain the three count.

4. “Samurai Warrior” Mr. Fuji (w/ The Magnificent Muraco) over Salvatore Bellomo at 6:53. Bellomo actually dodged a bullet by ducking in the nick of time when the devious Fuji attempted to throw ceremonial salt in his eyes. Unfortunately for Bellomo, his adversary had a backup plan in the form of Muraco who reached into the ring and tripped Sal as he bounded off the ropes. Fuji quickly followed up with a Banzai Drop (Diving Head Butt) to the solar plexus for the 1-2-3.

5. “Adorable” Adrian Adonis (w/ manager Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart) was DQ’d in his match against “Leaping” Lanny Poffo at 10:06. In his customary fashion, Lanny recited one of his poems before the bell and received a ton of cheers from the crowd to boost his points total. (It probably helped that the subject of his prose was a flattering portrayal of the City of Providence!) Again and again, the agile Poffo was effectively able to utilize his speed to keep the rotund Adonis at bay. With frustration mounting, Adorable Adrian tried to spray Lanny in the face with his “Fragrance” perfume, but ended up getting Referee Jack Kruger with it instead. The blinded official immediately signaled for the bell and had to be assisted to the back for medical attention.

6. Blackjack Mulligan over the Iron Sheik (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) by disqualification at 23:45. As always, the hated Sheik drew the wrath of the fans to earn himself additional bonus points. Perhaps it was a ruse to throw Mulligan off his game, but the Sheik wrestled a fairly clean and scientific match for the most part. Alas, he finally showed his true colors but clobbering the big cowboy from Eagle Pass, Texas over the head with a folding chair. Unpredictable and controversial Referee Danny Davis saw the foul and called for the bell to give Blackjack the victory.





Blackjack Mulligan




7. Bobby “The Brain” Heenan’s WWF Tag Team Champions “Olympic Strongman” Ken Patera and Big John Studd successfully defended their titles against the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & “Jumping” Jim Brunzell) in tonight’s Main Event at 12:14. The champs were fortunate to roll on their Strength Modifier, but it was cheating that would bring them victory in the end. Big John clocked Brunzell from behind with one of the Tag Team Title belts while Referee Dave Hebner was sending B. Brian Blair back to his corner. Hebner turned around to find Patera making the cover on the KO’d Killer Bee and counted the tainted pinfall to give the Heenan Family the victory.
 
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Post subject: GCW Results  PostPosted: Oct 06, 2016 - 11:15 AM



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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) - Cobb County Civic Center, Marietta, GA. Att: 3,834.



Commentators: Gordon Solie & Don Carson
Ring Announcer: Sterling Brewer
Referees: Charlie Smith, Ron West & George Scott, Jr.

1. Mike Jackson over Snake Brown in the opener at 2:52. Snake did a good job of drawing heat by jawing with spectators throughout the contest. A hard whip to the corner turnbuckle put Brown briefly in charge, however he chose to play to the fans rather than follow up on his advantage. By the time Snake did rush in, he was greeted with Jackson’s boot to the midsection and pinned by a Sunset Flip off the 2nd rope.

2. “The Man of a Thousand Holds” Les Thornton (w/ Lord Alfred Hayes) defeated Charlie Cook in dubious fashion at 7:27. The turning point of this bout came when Referee Ron West ordered Hayes to return to the back after the shady manager had been caught reaching into the ring and trying to trip up Cook. Hayes conferred with Thornton one final time before departing and managed to slip him some brass knucks in the process. A loaded punch to the jaw put Charlie down for the three count moments later.

3. Ted & Jerry Oates over Big Jim Duggan & the French Angel in tag team action at 4:38. Using their ring savvy to great effect, the Oates Brothers dominated their larger opponents from the get go. Duggan began to mount a comeback for his team with a barrage of kicks and punches on Jerry Oates, but disaster struck when he attempted a Body Slam. Ted raced in with a Drop Kick that knocked Duggan down with brother Jerry on top of him resulting in the winning pinfall.

4. The Super Destroyer pinned Kevin Von Erich with help from Big John Studd at 8:40. The Destroyer berated Kevin in a pre-match interview with Gordon Solie to rack up crucial bonus points. During his tirade, the masked man said that Von Erich had no business being in Georgia and told him to go back to Denton County, Texas where he belonged. Kevin was chomping at the bit to get this match underway and took the battle to his adversary once the bell rang. He had the Destroyer reeling with a flurry of arm drags and hip tosses before planting him with a Belly to Back Suplex. Von Erich was climbing up to the top rope when the Super Destroyer’s tag team partner Big John Studd interfered. Studd grabbed onto Kevin’s leg just long enough to impede his progress and buy time for the Destroyer to recover. The masked man met Von Erich half way up the turnbuckle and delivered a Superplex to score the 1-2-3.

5. “Outlaw” Ron Bass beat Bruce (aka Butch) Reed at 11:06. Bass has been rumoured to be in cahoots with Don Carson for quite some time now, but appeared to be visibly upset by the heel manager’s presence at the announcers’ table this evening. Judging by the Outlaw’s reaction, many, including Gordon Solie, speculated as to whether Bass and Carson have had a falling out somewhere along the way. Alas, the dissension proved to be all a ruse. Reed, who had been dominating his preoccupied foe with several power moves, decided to go up top to attempt a high risk maneuver. Carson suddenly bolted from the announcers’ desk and gave Bruce a shove from behind before the former football star could properly set himself. Reed crashed to the canvas and was pinned with a handful of tights moments after.

6. The team of Steve Keirn and Georgia Champion Tommy “Wildfire” Rich defeated the tandem of “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer & Kevin Sullivan in a tag team rematch at 11:20. These two teams have met before in Huntington, WV with that bout ending in a Double Disqualification. Sullivan & Sawyer were enjoying an edge in the action thanks to several dirty double-team maneuvers, however things took a turn for the worse when they tried to whip their opponents into one another from opposite corners of the ring. Rich and Keirn put on the brakes and reversed the maneuver. Sawyer stumbled out of the subsequent collision with his partner and turned right into Wildfire’s patented Thesz Press for the winning pinfall.

7. The Main Event contest pitting “Bullet” Bob Armstrong against “Rowdy” Roddy Piper resulted in a Double Disqualification at 26:18. Rowdy Roddy has been both critical and disrespectful toward the popular Armstrong family since his arrival here in Georgia and was doused with beer by some overzealous fans as he made his way down the aisle for the ring introductions. The rude welcome gave him bonus heel points to work with against the Armstrong patriarch. Bullet Bob attempted to wrestle his customary scientific style, however Piper’s rule-breaking and roughhouse tactics eventually drew him into a prolonged slugfest. Referee Charlie Smith tried to get the match back on track, but was simultaneously tossed from the ring by both competitors who were determined to duke it out. The official wasted no time in calling for the bell.



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Post subject: UWF Results  PostPosted: Oct 13, 2016 - 10:22 AM



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"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa 1987) - Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO. Att: 3,754.



Announcers: Jim Ross & Magnum T.A.
Ring Announcer: "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Referees: Ron West, Carl Fergie & Tommy Gilbert

1. Devastation Incorporated’s “Wild” Bill Irwin (w/ General Skandor Akbar) opened the show with a victory over Bobby Perez at 7:53. Perez actually offered Wild Bill a handshake just as the bell rang to start the contest. Irwin just stood there with his hands on his hips and a smirk on his face and rhetorically asked the fans, “Is this guy for real ??” before doubling over his adversary with a quick cowboy boot to the midsection. It was all downhill from there for Perez. Irwin took great pleasure in dishing out the punishment and could have pinned his opponent on several occasions had he chosen to. Wild Bill waited until Perez was literally out on his feet before planting him with a Swinging Side Slam for the 1-2-3.

2. Sam Houston vs. Mike Boyette was a “No Contest”. The quirky and unpredictable Boyette jumped Houston in the aisle as the lanky Texan was making his way to the ring for the match introductions. The sneak attack precipitated a wild brawl around ringside in which a trash can, Joe Bryan’s microphone and the timekeeper’s bell all came into play. By the time the smoke cleared, both men were busted open and had to be assisted to the back for medical attention. Since the match never officially started, Referee Carl Fergie ruled it a “No Contest”.

3. The Lightning Express (“White Lightning” Tim Hoerner & Brad Armstrong) emerged victorious over the Cuban Hitmen (“Cuban Assasin” David “Fidel” Sierra & Gustavo Mendoza) in tag team action. The Cuban team took exception to some comments that they overheard from Magnum T.A. at the announcers’ table and had words with the commentator throughout the bout. The distraction proved to be costly to Mendoza and Sierra’s points total. To make matters worse. the Lightning Express further bolstered their chances by rolling on their Technical Modifier. In the end, the heels were DQ’d by Referee Tommy Gilbert at 5:15 when Sierra was caught throwing Tim Hoerner over the top rope.

4. The match between “Gentleman” Chris Adams and “Mr. Superb” Steve Doll ended in A Double Disqualification at 4:10. Doll has been auditioning as of late to become a member of the First Family of Wrestling. Mr. Superb was accompanied by UWF TV Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert this evening while Sting camped out in Adams’ corner. Doll struggled mightily in this contest and soon found himself on the receiving end of Adams’ patented Superkick finisher. Eddie Gilbert raced into the ring to break up the subsequent pin attempt but was intercepted by Sting. The two went at it fast and furious prompting Referee Ron West to call for the bell and disqualify both Adams and Doll for the outside interference.

5. “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan topped Art Crews at 8:12. In this latest chapter of one of UWF’s hottest feuds, Hacksaw had to overcome the blatant use of a foreign object by his bitter adversary to come out on top. With the aid of his Cheating Modifier, Crews managed to conceal a small chain beneath a knee pad and land several loaded punches during the match. Thinking that he had Duggan right where he wanted him, Crews turned his back on his battered foe and played to the crowd. By the time he turned back around, he was greeted with a Running Forearm to the head from Hacksaw that put him down for the three count.

6. “Dr. Death” Steve Williams over Devastation Incorporated’s Bad Leroy Brown (w/ General Skandor Akbar) via Disqualification at 10:43. A roll on his Cheating Modifier kept Brown in this match and enabled him to receive ample outside interference from Skandor Akbar along the way. It was just a matter of time, however, until Leroy found himself being hoisted up for Dr. Death’s devastating Oklahoma Stampede finisher. A desperate Brown slugged Referee Tommy Gilbert to draw the DQ before the Running Powerslam could be delivered.

7. Our Main Event featured the UWF Tag Team Champion Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Cousin Luke Williams w/ New Zealand Flag) once again defending their titles against the Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers). These two teams have had some classic battles and tonight was no different. Williams and Miller earned themselves bonus points prior to the match by interrupting their challengers’ promo with Jim Ross at ringside. The Fantastics were obviously flustered by the rude intrusion and seemed out of kilter the entire match. The turning point of the match came when Tommy Rogers whipped Butch Miller into his own corner and raced in to attempt a Monkey Flip. Cousin Luke was waiting for him there and caught Rogers in the forehead with a flagpole smash. Referee Ron West, who was preoccupied with sending Bobby Fulton back to his corner, turned around to find Miller making the cover and counted the pin. Your winners at 10:49 and still UWF Tag Team Champions, the Sheepherders !





Double Trouble ! The Sheepherders Williams (Left) & Miller (Right)
 
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still enjoying the UWF. Do you have any roster changes upcoming with new wrestlers or tag teams coming in?
 
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Hi Joe ! I'm planning to work some new blood into the UWF roster in the weeks to come !

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WWWF Results (Late 70's) - Civic Center, Baltimore, MD. Att: 6,531.



Commentators: Vince McMahon Jr.
Ring Announcer: Buddy Wagner
Referees: Jack Lotz, John Stanley & Mario Savoldi

1. Veteran Charlie Fulton from Marion, Ohio opened the show with a win over Steve King from Panama City, Panama at 4:33. Prior to the bout, King received a pep talk from Mil Mascaras in the locker room to help boost his confidence. The encouraging words worked initially, but Fulton’s savy won out in the end. Charlie was able to put on the brakes to thwart his opponent’s Back Body Drop attempt and caught King with a Swinging Neckbreaker to gain the pinfall.

2. Jose Estrada (w/ chip on his shoulder) defeated “Matman” Robbie Ellis (w/ yellow fisherman’s rain slicker and cap) via Count Out at 8:39. This was a grudge match of sorts stemming from an incident between the two competitors at the Bangor Auditorium a few weeks back. Wrestling holds were few and far in between during this slugfest. The battle ended up on the floor where Estrada bashed Robbie over the back with his own lobster trap. Ellis was unable to recover from the blow in time to make Referee John Stanley’s ten count.

3. Barefoot “Country Boy” Haystacks Calhoun over “Dynamite” Jack Evans (w/ “Pretty Boy” Larry Sharpe) at 9:55. This bout would have been over much quicker were it not for the frequent interference of Sharpe. Evans did manage to get the early jump on the Country Boy with a sneak attack while the 601lb Calhoun struggled to climb through the ropes for the match introductions. The brief flurry of offense was short lived, however. Haystacks dominated the action and even managed to corral Evans and Sharpe on the apron into a mighty noggin knocker that sent the Pretty Boy crashing hard to the floor below. Evans was pulverized with a Corner Avalanche moments later and pinned when Calhoun took a seat on his chest.

4. Chief Jay Strongbow & “High Chief” Peter Maivia topped Baron Scicluna & Butcher Vachon in tag team action. Vachon and Scicluna may have added some bonus heel points to their score by interrupting Strongbow and Maivia’s pre-match interview with Vince McMahon Jr. at ringside, but they also drew the wrath of their opponents in the process. Strongbow was especially intent on revenge and went on the warpath with his trademark war dance followed by a flurry of Tomahawk Chops and running Knee Lifts. It was nighty-night for Vachon once the Chief clamped his Sleeper Hold on the Butcher while Maivia battled with Scicluna on the floor. The time of the match was 6:46.

5. “Luscious” Johnny Valiant (w/ “Handsome” Jimmy Valiant and Captain Louis Albano) beat Tony Garea by Count Out at 9:22. Youngsters flocked around the popular native of Auckland New Zealand for an autograph before the opening bell to give Garea bonus points to work with, but Luscious Johnny’s corner men proved to be too much adversity for one man to overcome. Handsome Jimmy laid out Garea with a Chair Shot OOR while Captain Lou kept Referee John Stanley occupied. The oblivious Stanley raised Johnny’s hand in victory when Tony was unable to make the count.

6. “The Iron Greek” Spiros Arion (w/ “Hollywood Fashion Plate” Classy Freddie Blassie) over “The Man of a Thousand Masks” Mil Mascaras via Count Out at 19:42. As always, the high-flying Mexican superstar dazzled friends and foe alike with an array of aerial maneuvers. Clearly flustered and frustrated, Arion bailed from the ring on several occasions to regroup. Mascaras became fed up with the Iron Greek’s endless stalling and went out after him. To his credit, Arion had the wherewithal to avoid his adversary’s Flying Cross Body on the floor causing Mascaras to sail over the barricade railing and land in the crowd. The Man of a Thousand Masks became entangled in the spectators and their folding chairs and was counted out by Referee Mario Savoldi.

7. Bob Backlund defeated Big Bad Bobby Duncum (w/ Captain Louis Albano & “Olympic Strongman” Ken Patera) in the Main Event at 34:57. Fans were on their feet when “8th Wonder of the World” Andre the Giant (who has an axe to grind with Duncum) ambled down to ringside to be in Backlund’s corner for this contest. The Giant’s presence had a significant impact on Duncum’s inability to concentrate on the match. The ornery cowboy eventually found himself being hoisted up into his opponent’s trademark Atomic Spinebuster finisher prompting Patera to run into the ring and break up the maneuver with a high knee smash to Backlund’s back. Referee Jack Lotz immediately called for the bell and disqualified Duncum for the outside interference. The heels quickly bailed from the ring when Andre entered to clean house leaving Captain Lou to fend for himself. Albano was rocked by a pair of Head Butts before rolling himself OOR and staggering to the back.




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World Class Results (Circa mid 80's) - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 3,412.



Announcers: Bill Mercer & “Playboy” Gary Hart
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: David Manning, Fred Sinclair & Bronco Lubich

1. Skip Young topped “Cowboy” Tony Falk in the opener at 5:21. Falk brought an entourage of cowgirls with him as he made his way to ringside, but the ladies were all ordered to return to the back by Referee David Manning following the match introductions. The bonus points that Falk earned for his flamboyant entrance were easily overcome by his high-flying opponent. Young, who sometimes wrestles beneath a mask as Sweet Brown Sugar, rocked the Cowboy with a Leaping Head Butt to set up a Diving Cross Body Press from the top rope for the winning pinfall.

2. The duo of “Private” Terry Daniels & Buck “Rock & Roll” Zumhoffe beat Brooks & Brooks (“Killer” Tim & “Lone Star” Rusty) in tag team action at 8:19. Surprisingly, Zumhoffe and Daniels got very little in the way of crowd support during the match, but were able to capitalize on some interference gone awry to get the win. Killer Tim accidentally smashed his own partner with a chain causing the dazed Lone Star Rusty to be rolled up from behind by Zumhoffe for the 1-2-3.

3. “Maniac” Matt Borne (w/ Percy Pringle III) over Bart Batten via Count Out at 9:27. Borne lost points for allowing himself to be distracted by his opponent’s twin brother Brad who was camped out in Bart’s corner. A roll on his Cheating Modifier was just what the doctor ordered for Maniac Matt. Borne’s tag team partner “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer ran down to ringside and jumped Brad Batten from behind during a confrontation with Percy Pringle OOR. Bart quickly bailed from the ring to come to his brother’s defense and was counted out by Referee Bronco Lubich while he battled with Sawyer on the floor.



Matt Borne Gets His Hand Raised In Victory


4. “Latin Heartthrob” Al Perez beat Steve Simpson with a little help from his manager Skandor Akbar at 6:05. Hoping for a good scientific contest, the popular South African Simpson offered his opponent a handshake before the opening bell, but the gesture was ignored. Undaunted by the snub, Simpson took the fight to his foe and appeared to be in good shape as he perched himself on the 2nd rope and unloaded ten punches on the Latin Heartthrob in the corner while the fans counted along. Enter Akbar who reached into the ring and pulled Simpson’s foot out from under him. The South African tumbled to the canvas with Perez adding a foot on the ropes for extra leverage to hold his shoulders to the mat for the tainted pin.

5. Iceman King Parsons defeated Black Bart by disqualification at 14:54. It was clear from the start that the ornery Bart was going to have his problems with Referee Fred Sinclair tonight. Again and again, the veteran official warned Bart about his roughhouse style and flagrant rule-breaking tactics prompting several heated exchanges between the two. Bart threw the rule book out the window for once and for all when he began choking out the Iceman in the corner and refused to break on Sinclair’s five count. The official wasted no time in signaling for the bell. Bart threatened to clobber Sinclair with his branding iron before storming to the back.

6. There was controversy-a-plenty in the ending of the Main Event Texas Title Match pitting defending champion “Modern Day Warrior” Kerry Von Erich against “The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park” Gino Hernandez. The challenger found himself trapped in the famous Von Erich Clawhold and was clearly submitting, however Referee Bronco Lubich had been spilled to the mat moments earlier. Gino’s buddy “Gentleman” Chris Adams took advantage of the situation by racing into the ring and laying out Kerry with a Superkick to the jaw. Hernandez hooked a leg and appeared to win the title when the woozy Lubich crawled over and counted the pin, however Bronco’s fellow referee David Manning then ran in and informed him of Adams’ shenanigans. Lubich reversed his decision and awarded the bout to Von Erich by DQ at 12:57. Kerry Von Erich retains the Texas Heavyweight Title.
 
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Post subject: Re: WCCW Results  PostPosted: Oct 27, 2016 - 11:46 AM



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referee David Manning then ran in and informed him of Adams’ shenanigans. Lubich reversed his decision and awarded the bout to Von Erich by DQ at 12:57. Kerry Von Erich retains the Texas Heavyweight Title.
That's a travesty! Hernandez should be the reigning Texas Heavyweight Champion.
 
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A Steel Cage rematch is in the works, Joe ! In the meantime, Hernandez and Adams will battle Kerry & Kevin Von Erich in the tag team Main Event at the Sportatorium next week.
 
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A Steel Cage rematch is in the works, Joe ! In the meantime, Hernandez and Adams will battle Kerry & Kevin Von Erich in the tag team Main Event at the Sportatorium next week.
I have no doubt the Handsome Half Breed and Gentleman will dispatch the Von Erich boys.

I might have missed it, have the Cosmic Cowboys been seen in your WCCW replay?
 
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I do have them team up from time to time, Joe. Sometimes I'll have Mike tag with Kerry or Kevin instead.
 
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AWA Results (Mid 80's) - Municipal Auditorium, Minot, ND. Att: 4,328.



Announcers: Rod Trongard & Lord James Blears
Ring Announcer: "Dapper" Dave Prill
Referees: Larry Lisowski, Robert Warren & Gary DeRusha

1. The opening bout pitting Jake “The Milkman” Milliman against Rick Gantner was declared a “No Contest” by Referee Larry Lisowski at 8:05 when “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers and “TNT” D.J. Peterson entered the ring and began brawling. Peterson was cutting a promo with Dave Prill at ringside regarding his upcoming match against Somers later this evening when the Pretty Boy snuck up from behind with a folding chair. Peterson thwarted the sneak attack by landing a Crescent Kick to Somers’ breadbasket, but the incident sparked off a wild melee that eventually ended up in the ring.

2. Boris Zhukov (w/ Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee) and Anthony “Earthquake” Ferris were both counted out by Referee Robert Warren at 5:02. Zhukov and El-Kaisee drew some major heat (and “USA!” chants) from the crowd to rack up bonus heel points for this contest. The devious Sheik also got in several cheapshots along the way to draw the wrath of big Anthony. Fed up with all the outside interference, Ferris bailed from the ring to give El-Kaisee his comeuppance. Boris Zhukov immediately rushed to his manager’s defense and brawled with Earthquake on the floor. Both men missed the count as they traded haymakers in the aisle leading to the dressing room.

3. “TNT” D.J. Peterson and “Pretty Boy” Dog Somers picked right up where they left off in the Milliman/Gantner match from earlier and battled to a Double Count Out at 11:17. D.J. was getting the better of the fight until Somer’s tag team partner “Playboy” Buddy Rose and Manageress “Senastional” Sherri Martel came down to ringside. The heels managed to put a double-team beatdown on Peterson OOR while Martel distracted Referee Gary DeRusha. The Pretty Boy continued to stomp away on his fallen foe and was oblivious to DeRusha who had finally begun counting. Tom Zenk raced down to ringside from the back to make the save for Peterson.

4. “Mr. Electricity” Steve Regal & “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin (w/ Valet Precious) over The California Connection (“Beach Boy” Sonny Rogers & “California Kid” Tommy Jammer) in tag team action at 6:24. Garvin was looking for some payback on Tommy Jammer after the California Kid had helped Ricky Rice defeat him last week in Madison, WI. Gorgeous Jimmy let his partner Steve Regal do most of the wrestling while he covertly worked on loosening the padding from the turnbuckle in their corner. Once he had accomplished his mission, Garvin quickly tagged in and dazed Jammer with a forehead smash into the exposed steel leading to the three count.

5. Curt Hennig beat “Z Man” Tom Zenk at 6:50. Hennig has turned his back on the fans in recent weeks and broke the rules quite fragrantly tonight. Hennig pulled a foreign object from his tights and stunned his adversary with a loaded punch to the chops. Zenk staggered around the ring and was pinned with a Missile Drop Kick from the top rope moments later.

6. AWA TV Champion “High Flyer” Greg Gagne defended the title against his close personal friend Brad Rheingans in a highly scientific match. Rheingans disclosed to Rod Trongard in a pre-match interview that he had a new finishing maneuver called “The Bullet” and was hoping that he would have an opportunity to use it on Gagne tonight. He was even introduced to the audience as “Bullet” Brad Rheingans by Ring Announcer “Dapper” Dave Prill. A missed Drop Kick by the champion set the stage for the maneuver to be unveiled. Rheingans hopped up to the second rope and leapt off with a Flying Shoulder Tackle into the woozy Gagne who had just gotten back up to his feet. The challenger hooked a leg and Referee Gary DeRusha counted the 1-2-3 at 9:20. Brad Rheingans is the Neeeeeeeewwwwwwwww AWA Television Champion. After the bell, the two competitors shook hands as the fans applauded them both.



“Bullet” Brad Rheingans

7. “The Mountain from Stone Mountain, GA” Crusher Jerry Blackwell over “The Mercenary from South Africa” Colonel Debeers via DQ in the Main Event at 10:48. Debeers knows how to draw heat to bolster his points total and did so by frightening a youngster as he made his way down the aisle for the match introductions. It had been unclear in recent weeks as to whether or not Debeers is a member of Sheik Adnan El-Kaisee’s stable of heels, however that question may have been answered this evening. The Sheik came down to ringside mid-match and ran in to break up what appeared to be a certain pinfall after “The Champion of Apartheid” was pulverized by a Big Running Splash from Blackwell. Referee Larry Lisowski wasted no time in calling for the disqualification. Debeers managed to roll himself OOR and was helped to the back by El-Kaisee while favoring his ribs.
 
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