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Post subject: WWF Results  PostPosted: Nov 10, 2016 - 04:11 PM



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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80's Era) - Hara Arena, Dayton, OH. Att: 5,355.



Commentators: Gorilla Monsoon & Lord Alfred Hayes
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Joey Marella, Jack Lutz & John Benello

1. Our opening contest pitting Jose Luis Rivera against Terry Gibbs ended in a Double Disqualification at 9:26. Gibbs, a native of Tampa, Florida, drew big time heat by flipping off the Dayton fans during Howard Finkel’s match introductions. The bout was rapidly approaching its ten minute time limit when both grapplers simultaneously pushed Referee Joey Marella down to the canvas after the official tried to break up a prolonged slugfest between the two competitors.

2. Jimmy "Superfly” Snuka & the Tonga Kid topped the Brooklyn Brawler & “High Roller” Barry O at 8:55. Tonga and the Brawler have been embroiled in a bitter feud over several months now and decided to enlist partners to join them in their latest battle this evening. The turning point of this tag team contest came when the heels attempted to whip their opponents into one another from opposite corners of the ring. Snuka and his cousin thwarted their strategy by putting on the brakes and reversing the maneuver on their adversaries. Tonga then took out the Brawler with a Leaping Head Butt while Snuka pinned the dazed Barry O with his Superfly Splash from the top rope.

3. Tiger Chung Lee defeated George “The Animal” Steele via Count Out at 6:10. Steele may be a fan favorite now, but his aggressive and highly unorthodox style remains the same. The Animal took this bout to the floor where he is most comfortable but had the tables turned on him (literally) by Lee. Steele was Body Slammed through the timekeeper’s table by his opponent as the two battled around ringside. The Animal was unable to recover in time to make Referee John Benello’s ten count.

4. “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff (w/ “Rowdy” Roddy Piper) and Raymond Rougeau (w/ brother Jacques) were both disqualified at 5:23. It did not take long for the respective corner men to get in on the action. The trouble began when Piper reached into the ring and tripped Raymond as he was being whipped to the ropes by Mr. Wonderful. Jacques was having none of that and took Hotrod to task. The two began trading haymakers on the floor. Their donnybrook soon ended up inside the ring with Orndorff and Raymond also getting involved. Referee Joey Marella was unable to restore order and called for the bell.

5. Terry & Hoss (Dory Jr.) Funk beat Hillbilly Jim & Uncle Elmer in tag team action by Referee’s Decision. The Funks used their ring savvy to help bring them victory. Terry laid out big Elmer with a Double XX branding iron smash while Hoss kept Referee Jack Lutz occupied. The blow opened a deep laceration on Elmer’s forehead causing him to bleed profusely. Lutz examined the wound and deemed him unable to continue at 9:27.

6. Sergeant Slaughter over former protégé and Cobra Corps. recruit Corporal Kirchner in a Boot Camp Match at 9:21. The rules of this brutal bout featured no count outs, DQs nor time limit. The pupil thought that he could teach his mentor a thing or two about brawling but was clearly over-matched in that regard. Kirchner was carried out on a stretcher following several vicious smashes to the head with Slaughter’s steel combat helmet.

7. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) defended the WWF Intercontinental Championship against Tito Santana in tonight’s Main Event. The challenger wasted no time in getting down to business and interrupted Volkoff’s rendition of the Soviet Nation Anthem with a Drop Kick to the chops. Despite his initial advantage, Santana was eventually worn down by the big Russian’s brawn and brawling. He did manage to connect with his patented Flying Forearm, however the maneuver sent Volkoff crashing into Referee Joey Marella. Tito looked as though he would win the title, but the KO’d official was unable to count the pin. Referees John Benello and Jack Lutz immediately rushed in to attend to Marella and stopped the match at 10:47 with no winner declared. Nikolai Volkoff retains the Intercontinental Title with a rematch scheduled for next week at the Boston Garden.



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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) - Macon Coliseum, Macon, GA. Att: 3,428.



Commentators: Ed Capral & Les Thatcher
Ring Announcer: Freddie Miller
Referees: Bobby Simmons, Nick Patrick & Scrappy McGowan

1. Gypsy Joe topped Bobby Garrett in the opener. Garrett made the mistake of turning his back on his opponent to hand his ring jacket down to an attendant after Freddie Miller’s match introductions. Joe rushed in with a Double Axe Handle to the back to grab the early advantage and never relinquished control. A Swinging Neckbreaker put Garrett down for the three count at 4:13.

2. Bruno Sammartino Jr. defeated Buck Brannigan at 5:31. Prior to the contest, young Bruno received a sterling endorsement from Mr. Wrestling II during a ringside interview with Ed Capral. The bonus points that Sammartino earned in the process came in mighty handy against the much larger Brannigan. Buck used his brawn quite effectively, but got into a heated confrontation with Referee Nick Patrick regarding his roughhouse tactics. Bruno capitalized on the moment by sneaking up from behind and pinning his preoccupied foe with a Backslide.

3. Big John Studd over Roberto Soto via submission at 3:53. Things didn’t get off to such a great start for Big John tonight. Referee Scrappy McGowan confiscated a foreign object that Studd tried to sneak into the ring during a pre-match pat down. Big John overcame the initial setback and went on to beat Soto with a Giant Bear Hug. Studd refused to release the hold until Kevin Von Erich rushed in from the back to make the save. (Kevin was looking for some payback after Studd’s interference cost him a match against the Super Destroyer last week in Marietta, GA).

4. The Gladiator beat “Polish Prince” Steve Olsonoski via Count Out at 6:04. Finding himself being thoroughly out-wrestled inside the squared circle, the masked Gladiator took the battle OOR where he hoped to have the advantage. As it turned out, Steve O dominated the action there as well. The desperate masked man resorted to a Low Blow on the floor and narrowly beat Referee Bobby Simmons’ ten count to get the duke.

5. Michael Hayes (w/ fellow Freebird Terry Gordy) defeated Big Red Reese by Count Out at 11:30. Hayes tried to get the upper hand with a sneak attack before the bell but Big Red was ready for him. Reese redirected the charging Hayes into the corner turnbuckle and followed up with a crushing Body Avalanche. Gordy may have saved the day by putting Hayes’ foot on the bottom rope to thwart Red’s subsequent pin attempt, but was sent to the back by Referee Nick Patrick after the incident. Left to fend for himself, Hayes struggled mightily. Again and again, the frustrated Freebird bailed from the ring to break Red’s momentum. Reese finally had enough and went out after him. The decision would prove costly. Hayes delivered a DDT onto the floor and rolled himself back inside the ring while Nick Patrick laid the ten count on Big Red.

6. Mr. Wrestling II and the Junk Yard Dog beat “Playboy” Gary Hart’s tandem of the Great Kabuki & Professor Sonoda in tag team action at 11:57. The underlying theme of this bout was the bitter ongoing feud between Sonoda and Wrestling II. The professor avoided his nemesis by tagging out as often as possible whenever Wrestling II was in the ring, but, alas, fate would find him in the end. Sonoda sustained Wrestling II’s trademark Million Dollar Knee Left which led to the winning pinfall.

7. Tommy “Wildfire” Rich defended the Georgia Championship Title against Kevin Sullivan in tonight’s Main Event. Sullivan drew big heat during his ring introduction to pad his points total, but still found himself in a heap of trouble against the champ. “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer must have thought so as well, and came down to ringside mid match to be in his buddy Sullivan’s corner. Buzz may have had the best of intentions when he climbed up onto the apron with a folding chair, but erred big time when he accidentally clocked Sullivan with it after Wildfire had ducked. The challenger staggered out of the corner and right into Rich’s Thesz Press finisher for the three count.



Your winner at 32:21 and still Georgia Heavyweight Champion, Tommy “Wildfire” Rich.
 
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Post subject: UWF Results  PostPosted: Dec 09, 2016 - 02:25 PM



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"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa 1987) - Hirsch Coliseum, Shreveport, LA. Att: 3,347.



Announcers: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Reeser Bowden
Referees: Jerry Usher, Alfred Neely & Joel Armstrong

1. ”Raging Greek” Mike Pappas topped the Red Devil in our opening contest at 4:18. Try as he may to fire up the crowd during his ring entrance, Pappas failed to generate any fan support whatsoever. Despite the loss of points, the Raging Greek persevered thanks in large part to the ineptitude of his masked opponent. Pappas put his foe away with a Missile Drop Kick from the top rope.

2. Kortsia Korchenko overcame some adversity to defeat Rick Gibson at 5:19. Korchenko’s pre-match interview with “Jolting” Joe Bryan was unexpectedly interrupted by “Captain Redneck” Dick Murdoch. Murdoch, who was last seen in the UWF as a heel in Skandor Akbar’s Devastation Incorporated stable some time ago, cemented his new babyface status in Shreveport by waving a Confederate Flag and dazing Korchenko with a well placed Elbow Smash to the noggin before departing to a chorus of loud cheers. Gibson carried the good mojo into the match and had the giant Russian reeling with a pair of Flying Drop Kicks, however he ran into a raised boot on a delayed corner charge and was pinned with a Big Splash moments later.

3. General Skandor Akbar’s newest find the Samoan Swat Team (Fatu & Samu) ran roughshod over Steve Cox & Davey Haskins. Were it not for a brief flurry of offense from Cox, this bout would have been a complete squash. The SST isolated Haskins in the ring with some quick tags and dirty double team maneuvers. A Samoan Drop by Fatu setup Samu’s devastating Diving Head Butt on Davey to give the SST the victory. After the match, Akbar beamed about his new team in an interview with Jim Ross and predicted championship gold for the SST. The General also said that he had an additional surprise that he would unveil later in the program.

4. ”Chief” Jules Strongbow over “Gorgeous" Gary Young at 8:59. Nothing went right for the Gorgeous One tonight. His attempt at a sneak attack before the bell was thwarted when Strongbow caught him with a quick Crescent Kick to the breadbasket. The Chief quickly followed up with a War Dance and a series of Running Knee Lifts. Young used some rule breaking tactics to break the momentum, but his attempt to smash the Chief's head to an exposed corner turnbuckle was reversed. Strongbow put the woozy Young away with a Leaping Tomahawk Chop from the top rope.




Chief Jules Strongbow


5. Chavo Guerrero upset Big Bubba Rogers with a surprise pinfall at 11:22. Guerrero gave up a lot in size to his foe in this contest, but overcame the deficit with his veteran ring savvy. Big Bubba appeared to have the match all but sewn up with a huge Sidewalk Slam off the ropes, but Referee Alfred Neely was caught out of position and slow in getting down to count the subsequent pin attempt. Rogers was furious and lambasted the official allowing Chavo to sneak up from behind and catch him with a School Boy Roll for the win.

6. The First Family of Professional Wrestling’s “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert, who seems to have nine lives when it comes to retaining his coveted UWF Television Title, turned back the challenge of “White Lightning” Tim Horner this evening. Things got off to a rocky start for Eddie when Jules Strongbow interrupted a promo that Hot Stuff was cutting with Jim Ross at ringside prior to the bout. Strongbow appeared to be speaking for many fans in attendance when he said that he was “fed up with Gilbert’s bull”. The champ was visibly flustered by the intrusion and seemed overly distracted throughout his title defense, but cashed in on a distraction from his valet “First Lady” Missy Hyatt to pull out the win. Gilbert ran the challenger head first into the ring post OOR while Missy argued with Referee Joel Armstrong. The infraction would normally constitute means for disqualification, but resulted in Horner being counted out at 7:00. Eddie Gilbert retains the UWF TV Title.

7. Challenger “Ugandan Giant” Kamala (w/ handler Friday and General Skandor Akbar) defeated the reigning UWF Heavyweight Champ Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy by way of Count Out in tonight’s Main Event at 18:54. Despite being outnumbered at ringside, Gordy carried the fight and came within a whisker of pinning his adversary with a Pile Driver in the closing stages of the contest. The quick thinking Akbar put Kamala’s foot on the bottom rope to break Referee Jerry Usher’s count. While the official may have missed Akbar’s interference, Gordy did not and immediately bailed from the ring to give the devious manager his comeuppance. Enter “the surprise” that Akbar eluded to earlier. Jesse Barr ran in from the back and planted Gordy face-first onto the floor with a Bulldog from behind. The dazed champion could not recover in time to make Usher’s ten count. Nevertheless, Terry Gordy retains the UWF Heavyweight Title. The Champ had some choice words for Akbar’s new man before the program went off the air. “Jesse Barr, watch your back, son !”
 
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WWWF Results (Late 70's) - Capital Centre, Landover, MD. Att: 9,708.



Announcers: Vince McMahon
Ring Announcer: Joe McHugh
Referees: Dick Kroll, Wee Willie Weber & Dick Woehrle

1.”Flying” Fred Curry pinned Frank “Moose” Monroe in the opener at 4:50. Curry had to contend with the mysterious masked Golden Terror who came down to ringside to observe the match firsthand. It did not take long for the two to get into a confrontation. The Terror tried to help Monroe’s cause by handing him a folding chair after Referee Dick Kroll had been toppled to the canvas, but things backfired in a big way. Curry Drop Kicked the chair into Moose’s face and then knocked the Terror off the apron with a haymaker. Flying Fred quickly pounced on the KO’d Monroe just as Kroll was recovering from his earlier bump to count the 1-2-3.

2. Rene Goulet and Butcher Vachon battled to a Double Count Out at 9:15. This bout pitted Goulet’s ring savvy against the big Butcher’s size with neither competitor able to gain an edge. The two men took turns ramming each other’s foreheads into the steel barricade railing surrounding ringside as Referee Wee Willie Weber’s ten count ran out.

3. Mr. Fuji & Professor Toru Tanaka (w/ “Hollywood Fashion Plate” Classy Freddie Blassie) defeated the duo of S.D. “Special Delivery” Jones & Steve Travis in tag team action. Blassie’s team from the Orient took exception to a fan’s cardboard sign and tore it up as they made their way to the ring for the match introductions. Fuji and Tanaka earned a nice bonus of heel points for their conduct and parlayed that into a relatively dominant victory. Tanaka put Jones away with his Shinin No Maki Japanese Sleeper (Cobra Clutch) at 5:04.

4. Larry Zbyszko over the Golden Terror via DQ at 8:22. Although he was thoroughly out-wrestled by his opponent, the Terror managed to keep himself in this bout with the frequent use of a foreign object that he expertly hid from Referee Dick Kroll’s detection. Zbyszko was finally able to dislodge the weapon from the masked man’s grasp after a flurry of punches and seemed poised to put the match away after a devastating Shoulderbreaker, but he was jumped from behind by “Crazy” Luke Graham who came out of nowhere with a Double Axe Handle to the back. Zbyszko was able to beat off Graham’s attack and was awarded the victory for the outside interference.

5. “The Big Cat” Ernie Ladd (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) pinned Dominic Denucci in dubious fashion. The Big Cat padded his points total after lambasting the Capital Centre fans over the house mic prior to the bell. Ladd also received some help from his manager the Grand Wizard who slipped him some brass knucks while the two conferred in the corner. It was lights out for Denucci following a loaded punch to the jaw at 10:58.



“The Big Cat” Ernie Ladd



6. “The One Man Riot Squad” Dick “The Bulldog” Brower (w/ Captain Louis Albano) defeated Gorilla Monsoon by way of Count Out at 10:04. Monsoon got a huge hand from the crowd during the match introductions, however his bonus points were offset by a big roll on Brower’s Cheating Modifier. It seemed inevitable that this contest would end up on the floor where the Bulldog is most proficient. Brower ran his adversary into the ring post while his manager kept Referee Dick Woehre occupied, and then landed a devastating Knee Drop from the apron to precipitate Monsoon’s count out.

7. WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defended his title against Stan “The Man” Stasiak (w/ the Grand Wizard of Wrestling) in tonight’s Main Event. Stasiak proved to be a worthy contender for Bruno’s belt by battling the champion tooth and nail from the onset, but a costly mistake would ultimately decide the contest. Thinking that he had sufficiently weakened Sammartino with a Backbreaker across the knee, Stan the Man went up top for a high risk maneuver. His ill-fated leap was met with a raised boot to the chin, however, and enabled Bruno to gain the winning pinfall at 22:52. Bruno Sammartino retains the WWWF World Championship.
 
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World Class Results (Circa mid 80's) - The Sportatorium, Dallas, TX. Att: 2,829.



Announcers: Bill Mercer & Stella Mae French
Ring Announcer: Marc Lowrance
Referees: Rick Hazzard, Ralph Pulley & James Beard

1. Frankie “The Thumper” Lancaster opened the show with a win over “Golden Boy” Chick Donovan at 3:56. Donovan was in control of this bout until Rock & Roll RPM “Maniac” Mike Davis came down to ringside to stir up some trouble. It didn’t take long for Davis to catch Chick’s attention. The two got into a heated argument enabling Lancaster to catch his preocuupied opponent with a Low Blow to score the pinfall.

2.”Killer” Tim Brooks topped Jerry Allen at 6:17. Allen, who is a relative newcomer to World Class, tried to endear himself to the fans by cutting a spirited interview with Bill Mercer prior to the contest. The promo may have given him some bonus points to work with, but he still came up short in the end. Brooks used a chain smash to stun Allen before finishing him off with a Flying Leg Drop from the 2nd rope.

3. The Missing Link over Spike Huber at 8:53. Both competitors scored points on their respective modifiers (Spike rolled on his Technical Skills while the Link countered with Cheating). Huber took the battle to his adversary, however he was ripe for the pickings after he ran full steam into a raised knee on a delayed corner charge. The Missing Link then leapt off the top rope with a devastating Head Butt to put Spike’s shoulders to the mat for the 1-2-3.

4. The Dingo Warrior defeated “Crippler” Rip Oliver by disqualification at 8:24. The normally popular Dingo struggled to gain any fan support whatsoever at the Sportatorium this evening. The cold reception cost him points, but Oliver failed to capitalize thanks in large part to the Warrior’s size and power. Looking to turn the tide in his favor, the Crippler took the battle to the floor where he hoped to have the advantage. Oliver did indeed inflict a great deal of punishment OOR, but went too far when he ran the Dingo head-first into the ring post. Referee Rick Hazzard saw the infraction and wasted no time in calling for the bell.

5. “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer (w/ Percy Pringle III) beat “Cowboy” Scott Casey via Count Out at 9:31. Sawyer’s sneak attack attempt during Marc Lowrance’s match introduction was short circuited when the alert Cowboy ducked at the last instant sending Buzz sailing through the ropes and crashing hard to the floor below. Things didn’t get much better for Sawyer once the bell rang to officially start the contest. Percy Pringle earned his keep by interferring often on his man’s behalf, but also drew the wrath of Casey in the process. The Cowboy bailed from the ring to give the annoying manager his comeuppance and delighted the crowd by decking Pringle with a haymaker after chasing him down around ringside. Unfortunately for Casey, Referee Ralph Pulley’s ten count expired before he could get himself back inside the ring.

6. Nicola Roberts’ Dynamic Duo of “Gentleman” Chris Adams & “The Handsome Half Breed from Highland Park” Gino Hernandez beat the Cosmic Cowboys (Texas Heavyweight Champion Kerry Von Erich and Kevin Von Erich) in tonight’s tag team Main Event at 11:34. As always, the Von Erich brothers were showered with hugs and kisses from their adoring female fans during their ring entrance. Hernandez, who has proven himself to be a serious contender for Kerry’s title, played some mind games with the champ by motioning for the Texas Title to be awarded to him. Referee James Beard drew the unenviable task of trying to maintain order in this one. To make matters worse for the official, Nicola’s arch nemesis Sunshine came down to ringside to be in the Cosmic Cowboys’ corner. The match inevitably degenerated into a four man free-for-all in the ring while the valets battled in a wild cat fight on the floor. Amidst the chaos, sleezy Jake “The Snake” Roberts slithered into the ring and laid out Kerry with a vicious DDT. Hernandez quickly pounced on the dazed Von Erich with the frazzled James Beard then counting the pin. After the bell, Gino strapped the Texas Championship Belt around his waist and returned to the back with both arms raised triumphantly.



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AWA Results (Mid 80's) - Waukesha County Expo Center, Waukesha, WI. Att: 3,700.



Announcers: Larry Nelson & Nick Bockwinkel
Ring Announcer: "Dapper" Dave Prill
Referees: Marty Miller, Scott Ledoux & Rich Frisk

1. Jake “The Milkman” Milliman defeated “Alaskan” Rick Renslow by way of disqualification in the opening contest at 9:26. Renslow was in a particularly foul mood after his pre-match interview with “Dapper” Dave Prill was interrupted by Brandi Mae. Brandi, who is facing Candi Devine in tonight’s second bout, was overly excited by the prospect of earning a title shot against Ladies Champion Madusa Micelli should she be victorious over Devine this evening. Renslow let his temper get the better of him when he bashed the Milkman with his Alaskan War Club as the 10:00 time limit was rapidly approaching. Referee Marty Miller saw the infraction and called for the bell.

2. Big Otto Wanz pinned Dennis Stamp at 6:19. Stamp jumped on the offensive right at the get go with a flurry of roughhouse tactics. He went to the eyes often despite repeated warnings from former boxer-turned-referee Scott Ledoux. The tensions between Stamp and the offical escalated into a full blown shouting match. The incident was just what the doctor ordered to enable Wanz to turn the momentum in his favor. The preoccupied Stamp was spun around and whipped into the turnbuckle. Big Otto quickly followed with a crushing Corner Avalanche and finished off his dazed foe with a Big Splash.



3. Candi Devine beat Brandi Mae in controversial fashion to become the number one contender for the Ladies Championship. Rick Renslow had clearly not forgotten nor forgiven Brandi for upstaging him earlier in the program. Devine appeared to be out cold after becoming entrapped in her opponent’s Sleeper Hold, but Referee Rich Frisk had been accidentally bumped to the canvas during a collision with the women moments earler. Enter the spiteful Renslow who came off the top rope with a Double Axe Handle to Brandi’s back to break up the Sleeper and then dragged Devine’s limp body on top of her before high-tailing it out of the ring. Frisk shook out the cobwebs and made the three count at 6:32 to give Candi the win.

4. “Mr. Magnificent” Kevin Kelly (w/ Madusa Micelli) beat Marty Jannetty at 9:05. Jannetty, who is one half of the AWA Tag Team Champion Midnight Rockers along with Shawn Michaels, was victimized by some shady shenanigans from Kelly’s valet. Micelli slid her Ladies Championship Belt into the ring and proceded to incite an argument with Referee Marty Miller. The ruse allowed Mr. Magnificent to smash his adversary in the noggin with the title belt behind the official’s back. Miller finally turned around to find Kelly making the cover on the KO’d Jannetty and counted the 1-2-3.

5. “Playboy” Buddy Rose & “Pretty Boy” Doug Somers defeated the duo of “Z Man” Tom Zenk & “TNT” D.J. Peterson in tag team action at 9:43. The Modifier rolls for the respective teams had a significant impact on the outcome of this bout. Peterson & Zenk padded their points total with Speed, but Rose & Somers did them one better with their Cheating. The Playboy was able to toss a handful of powder into Peterson’s face while Referee Scott Ledoux was ushering Zenk back to his corner. Doug Somers caught the blinded D.J. in a Backroll Press to score the winning pinfall.

6. David Sammartino over Alexis Smirnoff via DQ at 8:22. The big Russian drew major heat (and relentless “U.S.A.!” chants) from the crowd to earn himself bonus heel points, but they were offset by a roll on his opponent’s Technical Skills Modifier. Sammartino seemed to have a counter for everything that Smirnoff threw at him. The frustrated Russian resorted to clobbering David with a folding chair to draw the disqualification.

7. “High Flyer” Greg Gagne pinned “Gorgeous” Jimmy Garvin (w/ Valet Precious) in the Main Event at 13:55. This bout was decided by outside interference gone awry. Precious attempted to spray Gagne in the face with her can of aerosol air freshener but ended up getting Gorgeous Jimmy with it instead. Garvin staggered into a Backslide to give Gagne the victory.
 
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Post subject: RE: AWA Results  PostPosted: Jan 05, 2017 - 11:48 AM



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Hi George :O)

Do you roll twice on the Match Modifier?I thought that it is one roll for all Wrestlers in the Match
 
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Hi Reiner ! I think that's a modification that I made to the rules to suit my liking. Both grapplers roll separately on the Match Modifier Chart. Same holds true for tag teams.

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WWF Results (Hulkamania Mid 80's Era) – Boston Garden, Boston, MA. Att: 11,254.



Commentators: Vince McMahon Jr. & Jesse “The Body” Ventura
Ring Announcer: Howard Finkel
Referees: Dave Hebner, Danny Davis & Henry Terranova

1. Salvatore Bellomo over A.J. Petruzzi in the opener at 5:51. Petruzzi got off to a fast start with a Double Axe Handle from behind while Bellomo was being interviewed by “Mean” Gene Okerlund at ringside prior to the bell. Sal was able to mount a comeback, though, after his adversary missed a high risk leap from the top rope. The dazed Petruzzi slowly got back to his feet but caught a Mule Kick to the kisser from Bellomo which put him down for the three count.

2.”No. 1 Frenchman” Rene Goulet (w/ Mysterious Glove & Manager Frenchy Martin) defeated Mario Mancini at 3:55. Goulet spent much of his time jawing with the fans before getting into an altercation with Referee Danny Davis. It was all a ruse to enable Martin to sneak into the ring behind the preoccupied official’s back and bash Mancini from behind with his French Flag. Goulet then clamped on his Le Scorpion Claw Hold to gain the submission victory.

3. Samoan Samu (w/ Samoan Afa) beat S.D. “Special Delivery” Jones at 12:49. This was a battle of hard noggins. Both competitors normally have a great deal of success with Head Butts, but found it ineffective against their opponent tonight. Despite incurring several cheap shots from Afa along the way, Jones hung in there and nearly scored a pin with a Reverse Roll Up. Special Delivery was going for a Backslide when Samu was able to counter the maneuver into a Samoan Drop to score the winning 1-2-3.

4. King Kong Bundy in a squash (literally) over “Leaping” Lanny Poffo at 1:50. Giving up a great deal of size and weight to his foe, Poffo needed all the help that he could get. Lanny tried to score some bonus points by reciting one of his corny poems before the bell, but the fickle fans booed him instead. Undaunted by the cold reception, Poffo attempted a couple of aerial maneuvers to keep his lumbering opponent off balance and on the defensive. A Flying Cross Body Press met with disaster, however, when Bundy caught him in mid-air and planted Lanny with a ring shaking Powerslam for the quick pinfall.




King Kong Bundy


5. The Hart Foundation (Bret “The Hitman” Hart & Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart w/ Manager Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart) over the Killer Bees (B. Brian Blair & “Jumping” Jim Brunzell) in tag team action at 9:15. The turning point of this contest came when Blair suffered a legit ankle injury after landing awkwardly on a leap frog attempt over Bret Hart. The Hitman wasted no time in cradling the gimpy Killer Bee in a Small Package to give his team the win.

6. In what was easily the best match of the night, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat (w/ Spectacular Fire-Breathing Entrance) defeated “Ace” Cowboy Bob Orton (w/ “Rowdy” Roddy Piper) via disqualification at 22:51. The crowd was treated to a highly scientific bout when Orton, who usually likes to take shortcuts and bend the rules, chose to showcase his technical skills instead. The pugnacious Piper shouted encouragement to his body guard from the corner throughout the contest, but refrained from interfering …… that is until Orton was decked by the Dragon’s Leaping Overhead Chop to the noggin from the top rope. Rowdy Roddy reached into the ring and disrupted Referee Henry Terranova’s pin count to draw the disqualification on Orton.

7. Nikolai Volkoff (w/ Classy Freddie Blassie) once more defended the WWF Intercontinental Title against Tito Santana in this evening’s Main Event. (Their match last week in Dayton, OH was declared a “No Contest” after Referee Joey Marella was KO’d during the action.) Volkoff drew big time heat (and bonus heel points) by singing the Russian National Anthem following Howard Finkel’s match introductions. Nevertheless, the challenger carried the fight to him. Indeed, Santana seemed poised to win the title tonight. Freddie Blassie must have thought so as well because he slid the Intercontinental Belt into the ring for Volkoff to use. Santana got to it first, however, and bashed the big Russian in the forehead. Unfortunately, Tito’s indiscretion was caught red-handed by Referee Dave Hebner who wasted no time in calling for the bell. Nikolai Volkoff retains the WWF Intercontinental Championship by way of DQ at 13:38.
 
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I believe that you THINK you saw Blassie slide the belt in the ring. But I am certain that a classy and calculating man like him would never have made the mistake of underestimating Santana's likelihood of reaching the belt before his client. Tito had help on the outside
 
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You may be onto something here, Derek ! Perhaps it was Pedro Morales ? After all, Volkoff did defeat Pedro for the Intercontinental Championship, plus Morales tag teams with Tito from time to time .... Hmmmmm ...... I think we need to take another look at the replay !
 
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Post subject: GCW Results  PostPosted: Jan 20, 2017 - 11:06 AM



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Georgia Championship Wrestling Results (Early 80's) - Columbus Municipal Auditorium, Columbus, GA. Att: 3,611.



Commentators: Gordon Solie & Roddy Piper
Ring Announcer: Ray McCay
Referees: Ronnie West & Charlie Smith

1. Rick Gibson topped Tom Yancy in the opening contest at 4:18. There was very little in the way of crowd reaction during this bout partly due to the fact that the fans were still settling into their seats after the action was under way. A Gibson Flying Body Press off the ropes was good enough to hold Yancy’s shoulders to the mat for the winning three count.

2. Les Thornton (w/ Manager Lord Alfred Hayes) made quick work of young Ricky Harris. The arrogant Brit declined Ricky’s handshake to begin the contest and responded with a slap across the face. The self-professed “Man of a Thousand Holds” only needed one – a Bow & Arrow - to induce a submission from his over matched opponent. The time of the match was 1:59.

3. Robert Fuller over the French Angel at 3:59. The popular Fuller further endeared himself to his fans (and earned bonus points) by signing autographs prior to the opening bell. A tough and wily veteran, the Angel (Frank Morrell) made a costly mistake by tucking his head too soon and telegraphing a Back Body Drop attempt. Fuller immediately put on the brakes as he bounded off the ropes and caught his adversary with a Piledriver to gain the pinfall.

4. George Wells upset the Mongolian Stomper (w/ Manager Don Carson) at 7:29. Wells was initially distracted by Carson’s antics at ringside, but caught a huge break when Referee Charlie Smith ordered the shady manager to return to the dressing room after he caught Carson red-handed attempting to interfere. Wells was able to side step a corner charge and caught the dazed Stomper with a School Boy Roll Up from behind to score the 1-2-3.




George Wells


5. Kevin Von Erich had a score to settle with Big John Studd, but was unable to do so this evening. Studd received ample support from his tag team partner the Super Destroyer (Scott Irwin) prompting the Junk Yard Dog to come down to ringside and be in Kevin’s corner to even the odds. It did not take long for JYD and the Destroyer to get into it on the floor. Their battle eventually ended up in the ring and precipitated a four man free-for-all. Unable to restore order, Referee Ronnie West called for the bell and disqualified both Studd and Von Erich for the outside interference at 10:35.

6. The Fabulous Freebirds (Buddy Roberts & Terry Gordy) beat Big Red Reese & Bad Leroy Brown in tag team action at 7:41. A roll on their Cheating Modifier went a long way in helping to bring Gordy and Roberts this victory. Michael Hayes, who was camped out in the Freebirds’ corner, snuck into the ring and walloped Leroy from behind with a chair shot while Referee Charlie Smith was admonishing Big Red for trying to enter without the benefit of having received a tag from his partner. By the time Smith turned around, he found Roberts making the cover on the KO’d Brown and counted the pin.

7. The Masked Superstar over “Bullet” Bob Armstrong in the Main Event by Referee’s Decision at 25:27. Armstrong vowed in pre-match interview with Gordon Solie that he would not fall victim to the Superstar’s dreaded and highly effective Cobra submission hold. While Bullet Bob was successful in that regard, he did sustain a loaded Head Butt from his adversary who had managed to slip some sort of foreign object beneath his mask. The blow cut a deep gash in Armstrong’s forehead and caused him to bleed profusely. Referee Ronnie West examined the wound and awarded the contest to the Superstar after deeming Armstrong unable to continue.
 
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"Cowboy" Bill Watts' UWF Results (Circa 1987) - Irish McNeil's Boy's Club, Shreveport, LA. Att: 1,614.



Announcers: Jim Ross & "Jolting" Joe Bryan
Ring Announcer: Joel Watts
Referees: Edward Faulk & Tommy Gilbert

1. ”Mr. Superb” Steve Doll (w/ UWF Television Champion “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert & “First Lady” Missy Hyatt in his corner) over “Jumping” Joe Savoldi via Count Out in our opening contest at 4:16. Doll has had his sights firmly set upon joining the First Family of Wrestling as of late and was no doubt looking to make a favorable impression upon both Missy and Hot Stuff this evening. Mr. Superb laid out Savoldi with a DDT on the floor while Eddie Gilbert kept Referee Edward Faulk occupied. Jumping Joe could not recover in time to make the official’s subsequent ten count.

2. ”Bulldog” Jesse Barr (w/ General Skandor Akbar) was disqualified in his match with Brickhouse Brown at 4:59. Barr was clearly distracted by the presence of UWF Heavyweight Champion Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy who came down to ringside in street clothes to take in the bout. (One might recall that Barr, who is a newcomer to General Akbar’s Devastation Incorporated stable, cost Bam Bam a count out loss to “The Ugandan Giant” Kamala in last week’s Main Event Title Match at the Hirsch Coliseum.) The Bulldog pointed to Gordy and then tossed Brickhouse over the top rope to draw the DQ from Referee Tommy Gilbert.




“Bulldog” Jesse Barr


3. Art Crews defeated “The Missouri Tiger” Jeff Gaylord at 7:06. Gaylord was exceptionally popular with the fans tonight. It’s difficult to say whether the support was due to a spirited promo that the Missouri Tiger had cut with Jim Ross prior to the bell, or because of the crowd’s hatred for Crews. Whatever the reason, Gaylord’s points total was bolstered, as was Crews’ who rolled big on his Cheating Modifier. Art used a hidden foreign object in his arm pad to stun Gaylord with a Flying Elbow Drop off the 2nd rope and gain the tainted pinfall.

4. The duo of “UWF Rookie of the Year” Shane Douglas & Steve Cox defeated the Cuban Hitmen (David “Fidel” Sierra & Gustavo Mendoza) in tag team action. An errant flagpole shot by Sierra on his own partner was the beginning of the end for the Cuban team. The dazed Mendoza staggered right into Shane’s patented Belly to Belly Suplex finisher for the winning three count at 5:57.

5. “Captain Redneck” Dick Murdoch (w/ Confederate Flag) battled Kortsia Korchenko (w/ Tag Team Partner Vladimir Petrov) to a Double DQ. Although he’s a fan favorite now, Murdoch still bends the rules to his liking when the situation calls for it. Ironically enough, both men rolled on their Cheating Modifiers with neither competitor gaining an advantage in that regard. The end came when Referee Edward Faulk was toppled to the canvas while being distacted by Korchenko’s cornerman Vladimir Petrov. Not knowing who was responsible for the bump, Faulk called for the bell at 6:06 and disqualified both men. UWF Commissioner John Ayers immediately ordered a rematch for next week.

6. The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton & Tommy Rogers) beat the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael P.S. Hayes & Buddy Roberts) in the Main Event at 10:21. Fellow Freebird Terry Gordy came down to ringside to be in Hayes and Roberts’corner for the match. His interference would play a pivotal role in the bout’s outcome. Buddy Roberts, who was given a folding chair to use by Gordy during a ring full of mayhem, had it Drop Kicked into his own face when he charged at Bobby Fulton. Referee Tommy Gilbert was about to throw the contest out when he spotted Fulton covering the KO’d Roberts and counted the pin to give the Fantastics the victory. Michael Hayes protested that he was the legal man for this team at the time, but Gilbert’s decision stood.
 
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WWWF Results (Late 70's) - Regina Youth Center, Brooklyn, NY.



Announcers: Vince McMahon & Captain Louis Albano
Ring Announcer: Gary Cappetta
Referees: “Tough” Tony Altimore & Dick Woehrle

1.”Quick Draw” Rick McGraw over “Pretty Boy” Larry Sharpe in the opener at 6:17. It was clear from the opening bell that the Pretty Boy was going to have his problems with Referee Tony Altimore tonight. Sharpe took exception to Altimore’s repeated warnings and made the mistake of turning his back on Quick Draw to engage in a heated confrontation with the official. McGraw capitalized on the moment by catching the Pretty Boy with a surprise roll up from behind to gain the pin.



“Pretty Boy” Larry Sharpe


2. Baron Scicluna defeated Johnny Rivera at 5:09. As usual, Scicluna was packing a foreign object which he expertly hid from Referee Dick Woehrle’s detection. The Baron was playing possum in the corner when he caught Rivera with a loaded punch to the kisser and added a foot on the ropes for additional leverage to hold Johnny’s shoulders to the mat for the 1-2-3.

3. The Golden Terror beat “Flying” Fred Curry in dubious fashion at 9:26. Scicluna tried to stick around and hang out in the Golden Terror’s corner for this bout but Referee Tony Altimore was having none of it and ordered the Baron to return to the dressing room. As it turned out, the Terror had another ace up his sleeve in the form of one Louis Albano. The Captain bolted from his seat at the announcers’ table and gave Curry a shove from behind just as Flying Fred was setting himself to deliver a high risk maneuver from the top rope. Curry tumbled awkwardly to the mat and sustained a Diving Splash from his opponent moments later. Altimore, who had missed Albano’s interference after being bumped to the canvas, recovered to count the tainted pin for the Terror.

4. The tandem of “Country Boy” Haystacks Calhoun & Tony Garea emerged victorious over Johnny Rodz & Jose Estrada in tag team action. Albano was certainly active tonight and proved to be a source of distraction for both Garea and Calhoun during this contest. So much so, that Estrada was able to heist the Country Boy’s lucky horseshoe which was hanging from the turnbuckle post in Calhoun and Garea’s corner. That tactic ended up backfiring in a big way, though, when Haystacks pried it from Estrada’s grasp and bopped him in the noggin with it. The 601 lb Calhoun then took a seat on Jose’s chest to make the pin.

5. “High Chief” Peter Maivia beat “The Iron Greek” Spiros Arion at 8:03. Arion got off to a bad start when he failed to generate any heat during his ring entrance. The loss of points hurt his cause, as did a lapse in officiating by Tony Altimore. The official completely missed the Iron Greek’s foot on the bottom rope and counted the pin for Maivia after the High Chief had connected with a Flying Tackle off the ropes. Arion protested vehemently but to no avail.

6. The Main Event featured a grudge match pitting Larry Zbyszko against “Crazy” Luke Graham. The bout stemmed from an incident last week between the two at the Capital Centre in Landover, MD. Luke is highly sensitive to fans calling him “Crazy” and will often cover his ears to block out their incessant chants. Graham went so far as to rip up a youngster’s derogatory sign during his ring entrance and earned himself some bonus heel points in the process. As one might expect, there was a lot more brawling than there was wrestling holds in this contest. The battle spilled out onto the floor where both combatants were counted out by Referee Dick Woehrle at 12:43.
 
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Post subject: WWF Attitude Federation  PostPosted: Oct 10, 2017 - 03:37 PM



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WWF Attitude Era

Tournaments were held for all of the federation's titles yielding the following champions:

Ladies Champion - Chyna

Hardcore Champion - The Big Bossman

Light Heavyweight Champion - Taka Michinoku

Tag Team Champions - The Headbangers

European Champion - The Artist Formerly Known as Goldust

Intercontinental Champion - Owen Hart

WWF Champion - "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
 
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