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Post subject: MD 125 results  PostPosted: Sep 07, 2016 - 12:05 PM



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Match Day 125
The Sportatorium
Pembroke Pines, FL
Referee = Johnny Shorn

US Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Ricky Steamboat v Jack Brisco: Brisco opened with a Body Slam and Flying Forearm but after that this one was pretty much all Steamboat. The Dragon earned 9 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Brisco and led in END at the end -5 to -41! A Flying Body Press finisher by Steamboat resulted in the pin at 19 min 5 secs.

US Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Wahoo McDaniel v Lex Luger w/ ally Stan Hansen: Luger was inadvertently whipped into Shorn early, and the ref DQd Luger! Lex beat Shorn senseless. Ralph Hamilton replaced Shorn for the remainder of the card.

US Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: Tommy Rich v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: twice Hart reversed a Rich maneuver and turned it into a DDT. And when the action went outside Hart Slammed Rich through the Announcer’s Table. Rich earned a DQ pt after a Hit w/ Chair and hit a nice Stalling Suplex, but a Hart Sharpshooter resulted in a sub and finished this one off. 10 min 14 secs

US Championship # 1 Contender Rd 2: The Ultimate Warrior v Mad Dog Vachon: Carrie Fisher was at ringside and got involved in the action pre-match (+1 heat to both wrestlers). This match got crazy quickly. Apparently, MDV had secretly placed solid steel in one of the turnbuckles, because when he smashed Warrior head first into it Warrior was just about out of it (-15 END!!!!). Vachon then hit a pair of Piledrivers, which Warrior barely kicked out of. Then things got nuts! Vachon took the steel out of the turnbuckle while the ref was distracted and swung it at Warrior who blocked it. Warrior grabbed the steel and used it on MDV just as Hamilton turned around and took notice. Warrior was instantly DQd! 3 min 45 secs

Bruno Sammartino v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: highlights included Hayes accidentally nailing his client w/ Russian Chain (-5 END), Bruno twice slamming Slaughter through the Announcer’s Table (the crew was kept busy) and Slaughter earning DQ pts for a Rear Choke and use of a Slapjack. A Piledriver by Slaughter resulted in the pin at 12 min 42 secs.

The High Flyers v The Russians: Greg Gagne tired out Ivan Koloff early, opening with a pair of Arm Drags and a Dropkick and teaming with his partner Jim Brunzell for Double Flying Dropkicks. Nikita Koloff tagged in and performed three consecutive Russian Press Slams followed by back to back Whack w/ Chains. Things had to quiet down after that start, and they did for about 2 mins, but Nikita got hot again, this time on Brunzell, hitting a 2nd Rope Knee Drop and Gutwrench Suplex before tagging out. Nikita stuck around to team with Ivan for a Double Suplex and Power Slam Combo. A tired Brunzell tagged out and Gagne came in on a Hot Tag, executing 3 straight moves, including a Back Body Drop that exhausted Ivan. Nikita broke up the subsequent pin attempt. Nikita tagged back in, things went outside the ring, Gagne surprisingly Slammed Nikita through the Announcer’s Table (“time to get another table for the announcers, Bob”) and Ivan snuck over to deliver a Russian Clothesline. Back in the ring, Nikita had 3 straight pin attempts after a 2nd Rope Russian Sickle, Flying Body Press and 2nd Rope Knee Drop, but Gagne kicked out of the 1st and Brunzell broke up the following 2. Brunzell tagged back in and withstood another 2nd Rope Knee Drop by Nikita. Ivan tagged in, threw Brunzell through the ropes and the action went outside anew, where each slammed the other into the Ring Steps before Brunzell slammed Ivan through… you guessed it, the Announcer’s Table. The crew didn’t have to replace the table this time as Hamilton counted out not only the Russians but also the High Flyers (on a side note I think this is the 1st or maybe the 2nd time at most where a double count-out occurred on the ref’s card as opposed to an in-match or wild event. In fact, I don’t think I have had more than 1 or 2 count-outs on the ref card). 17 min 40 secs
 
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Post subject: 2016 Raw 1/25 results  PostPosted: Sep 07, 2016 - 04:23 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 1/25
American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL
Referee = Mike Chioda

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 1: Dolph Ziggler v Titus O’Neill: Bo Dallas performed his finishing Bo-Dog on Ziggler on the ramp and The Showoff was unable to make it to the ring. Count-out!

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 1: Mark Henry v Sheamus: battle of big men here, and The Celtic Warrior emerged victorious. Sheamus hit his Beats of the Bodhran (basically, forearms to the chest of an opponent being held on the ropes) in the 2nd minute then 2 minutes later his finishing Brogue Kick and got the pin at 4 min 3 secs

Paige v Summer Rae: the action went outside the ring immediately and Summer Slammed Paige on the Concrete. Paige got pumped up (+4 END) when the crowd started chanting her name louder and louder. Paige kicked out of a Quick Roll-Up then hit Summer w/ a Side Kick. Summer responded with 4 straight moves, including a Top Rope Body Press. A pair of Cross-Legged STFs exhausted Summer and Paige got the 3-count from Chioda.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 1: Heath Slater v AJ Styles: Heath landed a Running Clothesline and a Flapjack but otherwise, as expected, this one was all AJ. Styles took control with 3 consecutive 2 pt moves early, a Styles Suplex Special, a Release German Suplex and a Pele Kick. As if AJ needed the help, fellow Club member Luke Gallows appeared and distracted the referee, allowing Styles to spit Asian Mist in Slater’s face (-10 END). A Phenomenal Forearm followed but Heath was somehow able to kick out at the last second (pin 1-13, rolled 14). When AJ clamped on a Figure 4 Leglock a few minutes later, Slater had enough and submitted. 10 min 39 secs

Lucha Dragons v The Club w/ ally AJ Styles: Luke Gallows and Sin Care began this one, and Gallows landed 4 out of the initial 5 moves, including a Sleeper and with his partner Karl Anderson a Double Grenade. Sin Cara tagged out, Kalisto executed a perfect Quick Pin Move w/ Fist Full of Tights, Anderson couldn’t break it up and the Dragons got the pin! LU-CHA, LU-CHA! 3 min 11 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 1: Alberto del Rio v Kevin Owens: not only the main event of the night, but perhaps the most anticipated match-up in Round 1 of the tournament. Owens twisted his ankle in the 2nd minute (-1 Control the rest of match)! But he proceeded to nail 5 moves in a row, including a pair of Double Knee Facebusters and a Release German Suplex. Del Rio responded w/ 3 moves of his own, highlighted by a Gutwrench Suplex and Release German Suplex of his own. At the 8 min mark this one was tied at -3 END. Back and forth it went with a Step-Up Enzuigiri by del Rio followed by another Double Knee Facebuster by KO. But a finishing Bullfrog Splash gave Owens the pin and victory at 12 min 32 secs.
 
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Post subject: 2016 Smackdown 1/26 results  PostPosted: Sep 08, 2016 - 07:15 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 1/26
Amalie Arena
Tampa, FL
Referee = John Cone

Dolph Ziggler demanded a match against Bo Dallas at the first opportunity (see Raw 1/25), which a bursting at the seams in a tight dress Stephanie McMahon granted. Ziggler was so impressed by her appearance he forgot to ask when the match would be. Presumably, as soon as there are less than 4 tourney matches on a card.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Zack Ryder v Ryback: The Long Island Iced-Z dominated this one, executing a Swinging Neckbreaker, a Slam on the Concrete, an Elbro Drop and a Somersault Plancha. Ryder got the pin at 6 min 37 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Fandango v Erick Rowan w/ ally Bray Wyatt: this one started off hot, with Fandango hitting a Spinning Wheel Kick and Rowan responding with a Steel Chair and Clawhold Slam. Fandango executed 3 straight moves, a Diving Headbutt Drop, Russian Leg Sweep and Slingshot Leg Drop. Then disaster happened as Rowan mis-executed a Piledriver (-20 END!). He immediately pinned Fandango. Medical personnel stretchered Fandango out of the ring and later it was determined that he had a neck injury that would take at least ONE YEAR to recover. 5 min 3 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Jack Swagger v Damien Sandow: Sandow performed his finisher You’re Welcome (Full Nelson Slam) on Swagger during Swagger’s promo (-2 END). Not much of a finisher really since Swagger made it to the ring easily. In fact, after the initial lock-up and a whip to the ropes, Swagger performed a Sunset Flip and got the pin only 36 secs into the bout.

Becky Lynch v Rosa Mendes: the Irish Lass Kicker performed a Release German Suplex and caught Mendes in a Boston Crab early, but Mendes retaliated with a Gutwrench Suplex and Rosa’s Thorn (Straight Jacket Choke). Things got crazy for a minute as Becky nailed an Electric Chair Drop and went for the pin, but Cone was distracted by a battle outside the ring between Sasha Banks and Summer Rae. In the meantime Mendes reversed the pin attempt and used the ropes as leverage. Cone turned around and began the count but stopped when he saw Mendes using the ropes. From there it was pretty much all Mendes, who earned 4 more pin/sub attempts while Becky didn’t earn another, and Mendes got the pin after Multiple Shoulder Blocks in the Corner. 8 min 41 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Chris Jericho v Darren Young: this match lasted less than 3 mins yet Jericho earned 2 DQ pts for a Leg Scissors Choke and Eye Gouge. A Lionsault (Springboard Moonsault) set up the finishing Codebreaker, and Jericho got the pin. 2 min 59 secs

The Usos v The Dudley Boyz: D-Von was given a DQ pt for bashing Jey Uso with a Briefcase, then came close to getting a pin with a Quick Roll-Up (foot on ropes at last second). Luke Harper appeared and threw Salt in Jey’s eyes. A Dudley Death Drop Finisher (Flapjack/Cutter combo) and pin ensued. 3 min 6 secs

The Usos vowed to get revenge on the Wyatt Family. Bray was shown in his rocking chair, amused and readily accepting of the challenge.
 
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Match Day 126
State Fairgrounds Coliseum
Jackson, MS
Referee = Tom Hamilton

US Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Ricky Steamboat v Mad Dog Vachon: the Dragon’s best moves were a Top Rope Body Press and 2nd Rope Headbutt but he failed to earn a single a pin/sub attempt. Vachon performed a Fireman’s Carry and Blatant Choke and pinned an exhausted Steamboat after a 2nd Fireman’s Carry at 11 min 47 secs.

US Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Wahoo McDaniel v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: the Hitman opened with 7 straight moves, including a European Uppercut and Inverted Atomic Drop, sucking the life out of Wahoo. A Pendulum Backbreaker from Hart resulted in the pin. 6 min 1 sec

US Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Junkyard Dog v Jerry Lawler: 8 straight moves to start the match for JYD, including a Boston Crab, DDT and The Thump, but he couldn’t get the pin or sub from the King. After a few moves by Lawler, including a Series of Punches, JYD took control again and earned pin attempts after JYD Head Butts, a DDT and a Shoulder Block. Lawler kicked out at the last second after the JYD Headbutts (pin 1-8, rolled 9). Antonio Inoki, sensing the dire straits Lawler was in and choosing friendship over honor, interfered on Lawler’s behalf but was accidentally slammed by his friend. Undeterred, Lawler hit a pair of Back Suplexes, tiring JYD. A Turnbuckle Ram earned a 7th pin/sub attempt for the Junkyard Dog, but Lawler kicked out again. The King then surprised JYD, rolling him up in a Small Package. Hamilton quickly counted 1-2-3 (pin 1-6, rolled 6) and Jerry Lawler advanced into the semifinals of the tourney! At the time of the pin he was down in END -16 to -3. Wow! 9 min 41 secs

US Championship # 1 Contender Quarterfinals: Jimmy Snuka v Magnum TA: this one went back and forth until the end. Snuka earned 2 DQ pts for a pair of Head Scissors Chokes. Magnum came close to getting the pin after a Flying Body Press but Superfly kicked out at the last second. MTA tired Snuka with a Running Knee Smash. A Diving Headbutt earned Snuka a pin attempt (kick out) and tired Magnum. At the 9 minute mark Magnum TA applied a Bear Hug, evening the match at -4 END. Snuka broke the hold but a Stalling Suplex and Belly-to-Belly Suplex by MTA resulted in a pin on the exhausted Superfly. 10 min 12 secs

The British Bulldogs v Gene Kiniski & Mr. Saito: Kiniski has a penchant for using foreign objects against the Bulldogs. He hit Davey Boy Smith w/ a fan’s prosthetic leg on MD 89 (Bulldogs got the pin anyways) and came at the Dynamite Kid w/ a Nightstick on MD 116 (Kid blocked and used it himself, getting DQd). Here, we had a nice wrestling match taking place, at least for a while. Saito hit a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop. The Bulldogs nailed their finishing Powerslam/Flying Headbutt combo (Kiniski broke up the pin). Kiniski beat up on the Kid once he tagged in, hitting a Back Drop, applying a Rear Chinlock and once the action went outside the ring, Slammed the Dynamite Kid on the Concrete. Another Back Drop back in the ring had the Kid reeling, but for some reason Saito snapped, grabbing a Steel Chair from ringside, entering the ring and nailing both the Kid and the referee. DQ! 10 min 9 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Stan Hansen: Dusty established control with 3 straight moves to open, including a Stalling Suplex and Power Slam. The Iron Sheik appeared ringside and handed a roll of quarters to Hansen, who used them (-6 END). Dusty didn’t let it bother him, and went on to dominate the rest of the match, earning 5 pin/sub attempts to 0 for Hansen, and getting the pin after Dusty Punches at 10 min 21 secs. Commissioner Buttons tried to reverse the result but was prevented by Hulk Hogan, who Body Slammed him.
 
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Post subject: MD 127 results + Announcements  PostPosted: Sep 12, 2016 - 06:06 PM



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Match Day 127
Civic Auditorium
Omaha, NE
Referee = Bruno Lauer

Otto Wanz v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: on MD 116 Patera inserted himself into the action for the Television Championship, then held by Wanz., by distracting the ref long enough for Randy Savage to hit Wanz w/ a roll of quarters. The Macho Man would go on to win the title. Unsurprisingly, Wanz sought revenge on the strongman. Unsurprisingly, he made easy work of Patera, performing 2 Suplexes and 4 Body Slams, getting the 3-count after the final Body Slam at 4 min 39 secs

US Championship # 1 Contender Semifinals: Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart v Mad Dog Vachon: Jim Neidhart prevented a Vachon pre-match Chair assault and used the Chair on him (-7 END). That made perfect sense, but when the bell rang and Neidhart jumped on the apron and whacked his tag team partner with that same Chair (-7 END), well, I don’t think anyone knew what to say. Neidhart stormed off, the crowd was stunned, as was Jimmy Hart, who decided his future was with the man in the ring as he stayed. After the combatants traded blows, and Vachon landed a Piledriver, Vachon and the Mouth of the South provided some comic relief as MDV chased the manager around the ring, eventually catching up to him and KOing him. Vachon then hit a Suplex and Bulldog, exhausting Hart, and got the pin. 4 min 42 secs

US Championship # 1 Contender Semifinals: Magnum TA v Jerry Lawler: in a bit of foreshadowing, Lawler got upset pre-match at what he perceived as the gushing of the announcers over Magnum TA (+1 heat, +3 END). Magnum though was the one who came out hot, executing 7 of the 1st 9 maneuvers, including a Superplex and Running Clothesline, tiring Lawler. The King had landed a Series of Punches earlier then hit tied MTA w/ 3 straight moves. Lawler then pulled out a Nightstick from under the ring, used it and followed up with a Fireball (more foreshadowing) exhausting Magnum. Lawler sat down in a Boston Crab but MTA broke the hold. A Flying Body Press gave Magnum his 1st pin attempt but Lawler reached the ropes. An Atomic Drop by the King provided another pin opportunity but MTA kicked out. Magnum then earned 3 straight pin attempts after a Fireman’s Carry, Piledriver and Stalling Suplex, getting the pin and advancing to the finals after the Suplex. At the time of the pin ENDS were MTA -12 and Lawler -11. Jake Roberts joined Lawler in a post-match beating of the victor. Lawler turned heel!!! 11 min 47 secs

Bobo Brazil v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: Bobo took control of this one early. He battered Superstar w/ a Running Clothesline, Power Slam, a pair of Stalling Suplexes, a pair of Shin Breakers and a Reverse Chinlock. Superstar earned 1 pin/sub attempt and Brazil 6. A Piledriver for Brazil resulted in a pin at 11 min 21 secs.

The Midnight Rockers v Paul Orndorff & Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: this ended up being a good match with the high flying arsenal of the Rockers up against the ground and pound style of Heenan’s crew. Early on we had a Big Suplex from Studd and a Knee Lift and Missile Dropkick from Marty Jannetty. At the 5:30 mark Orndorff rolled up Shawn Michaels for a pin attempt after Heenan distracted the Rocker, but Jannetty broke it up. The Midnight Rockers teamed up for a Double Shoulder Block and a little later Jannetty Suplexed Orndorff. Studd came in on a Hot Tag and dominated, hitting 10 consecutive moves, including a Double-team Double DDT, a Running Clothesline, a whack with his Preferred Foreign Object, the Singapore Cane, an Atomic Drop and a Studd Slam. But Studd only managed 1 pin attempt in that sequence, which Jannetty kicked out of. The tide changed when Studd tagged out and the ref caught Heenan passing the Cane to Orndorff, banning the Brain from ringside for the duration. Shawn Michaels came in and hit 6 straight moves, including the Rocket Dropper and a Flying Cross Body that got the 3-count from Lauer. Commissioner Buttons tried to reverse the result of the match but had a change of heart after a Body Slam by Road Warrior Animal, accompanied by Hawk. 18 min 22 secs

Antonio Inoki v Dick the Bruiser: Inoki executed the 1st 8 moves and earned sub attempts w/ a Sleeper and Manji-Gatame, exhausting Bruiser but failing to get the submission. Dick put a scare into Inoki w/ a Go-Behind Takedown and Roll-Up, but Inoki put his hand on the ropes at the very last moment (pin 1-4, rolled 2 but 6 6-sided). Inoki clamped on a couple more Manji-Gatames (Octopus Holds) and a Cross Armbreaker, and got the pin after nailing a finishing Fall-Away Slam. 9 min

Announcements: Magnum TA and Mad Dog Vachon advanced to the finals of the United States # 1 Contender tournament. But remember the final will be a Triple Threat Match, to be held on MD 128, and will include former champion John Cena. The big question of course is who will win the Triple Threat Match and face the United States Champion Ric Flair on MD 129. But a subplot of that Triple Threat Match is whether the partnership of Cena and Magnum TA will survive such an encounter. They have been an incredibly successful tag team, and truth be told if they were not involved in this bout they would likely be facing the Fabulous Freebirds for the World Tag Team Championship on MD 129. Which leads into the question of who then faces the Freebirds. The answer, as determined by the Commissioner, with a little help from Road Warrior Animal, is the Midnight Rockers! Finally, we have the Television Championship, also to be defended on MD 129. The champion, the Macho Man Randy Savage will face…Bobo Brazil! Check back here next week for the results of MDs 128 and 129 and for a new set of Official Rankings.
 
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Post subject: 2016 Raw 2/1 results  PostPosted: Sep 13, 2016 - 07:44 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 2/1
Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center
Birmingham, AL
Referee = Chad Patton

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Tyson Kidd v The Miz w/ valet/wife Maryse: the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar appeared and performed his finishing F-5 on the ramp, leaving Kidd unable to make it to the ring, which suited the A-Lister The Miz just fine, as he had an important function to get to. Count-out!

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Tommy Dreamer v Rusev w/ valet The Ravishing Russian Lana: Rusev welcomed Dreamer w/ some Pepper Spray but Dreamer turned it on the Bulgarian (-4 END). Dreamer started off hot, executing the 1st 3 moves, including a Quick Roll-Up (kick out) and Turnbuckle Ram. Rusev found his motivation, hit a Turnbuckle Ram of his own, as well as a Fallaway Samoan Drop, a Sowat Kick (Jumping High Kick) and a pair of Accolades. An exhausted Dreamer was forced to submit to the Accolade. Better men that you have done the same, Tommy. 5 min 15 secs

In an interview backstage, Tyson Kidd was asked whether he wanted a match against Brock Lesnar in order to exact revenge for the earlier attack. Kidd answered clearly and interrogatively, “are you crazy?”

Cameron v Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: Alicia Fox joined Cameron for her entrance. Then Charlotte nailed her finishing Natural Selection right away and got the 3-count from Patton. 36 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Dean Ambrose v Curtis Axel: this one was definitely a mismatch on paper, and Ambrose didn’t wrestle down to his competition, tiring out Axel early and finishing him w/ Dirty Deeds and a pin at 3 min 55 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Goldust v Bray Wyatt w/ allies The Wyatt Family: looking back, it isn’t hard to see why this became the match of the evening, but it seemed surprising as it was happening. R-Truth appeared ringside pre-match to cheer on his bestie, Goldust. This match went outside the ring right away and Bray hit Sister Abigail. Goldust was able to shake it off and get back in the ring. The match went back and forth for 5 minutes, with Goldust executing a Bionic Elbow, Release German Suplex and a pair of Dropdown Uppercuts and Wyatt a Drop Suplex, Running Senton and use of a Foreign Object (drumstick left over by the drummer for Lenny Kravitz’s band, who performed pre-show). Both grapplers were tired. Goldust then went on a run, hitting 5 straight moves and earning pin attempts after a Flying Body Press (kick out at last second!) and a Small Package (kick out). Bray performed a Flying Body Press (kick out) and Goldust a Figure 4 Leglock (ropes). A Shattered Dreams by Goldust exhausted Bray but he used his savvy to avoid the pin. Down -12 to -4 END, Bray caught Goldust and nailed Sister Abigail, but somehow Goldust kicked out at the last second (pin 1-10, rolled 11). 2 moves later the Eater of Worlds reintroduced the exhausted Goldust to Sister Abigail, and this time he got the pin. 12 min 27 secs

The New Day (Kofi & Big E) v The Ascension: a Unicorn Stampede, a Pendulum Backbreaker & Diving Foot Stomp Combo and a Midnight Hour exhausted Konnor, and this one seemed like a Squash match. But Viktor tagged in and performed 3 straight moves, including a Downcast with his partner. Then things went awry for everyone as a Superplex was botched, KOing the referee and both of the in-ring superstars. Charles Robinson, watching from the back, rushed to the ring in an untucked but still official striped shirt, and reached a 10 count. Double count-out! 4 min 7 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 2/2
FedExForum
Memphis, TN
Referee = Charles Robinson
“Faster than the Speed of Light, these matches are”

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: R-Truth v Cesaro: this match didn’t last long (in fact, at 5 min 33 secs this was by FAR the longest bout of the evening) but it went back and forth. Cesaro hit a bunch of single pt moves and R-Truth hit a Spinebuster and Vertical Suplex Stunner. But when Cesaro rolled Truth up in a Small Package, Robinson calmly counted to 3.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Neville v Luke Harper w/ leader Bray Wyatt: a 4 move bout, with Neville nailing a Tiger Suplex and Superplex and getting the submission with a Boston Crab (1-3 sub, a 15% chance, rolled 3). 1 min 53 secs

The New Day, led by Xavier Woods and his trombone, assured the crowd that the New Day still rocked. Big E insisted the Double Count-Out with the Ascension on Mon would motivate them. Kofi Kingston offered Booty-Os to all those sitting ringside.

Nikki Bella v Eva Marie: Nikki opened with 5 straight moves, including a Front Power Slam, before the All Red Everything Eva Marie shocked everyone, including herself perhaps, when she hit her finishing Reverse STO and got the pin (pin 1-5, 25% chance, rolled 4). 3 min

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Roman Reigns v Bo Dallas: Erick Rowan surprised Reigns on the entrance ramp, delivering a devastating Full Nelson Slam. Reigns couldn’t make it to the ring and is counted out!

Roman Reigns was furious backstage after he recovered. He declared war on Erick Rowan, Bray Wyatt, who “surely masterminded this whole cowardly attack,” and the entire Wyatt Family. Reigns “will not rest until I have defeated each member of this so-called family.” His focus on the World Heavyweight Championship would resume “once this Wyatt business is cleared up.”

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd. 1: Adam Rose v Seth Rollins: with Reigns out of the way, Rollins’s path to the semifinals looked pretty clear. Darren Young tried to create an obstacle by watching from ringside, which seemed to distract Seth pre-match (-3 END). A 4 move sequence by the Architect culminated in a Curb Stomp and pin of the Ultimate Party Animal. 2 min 13 secs

The Prime Time Players v The Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan & Braun Strowman) w/ leader Bray Wyatt: Bray tossed a Hammer to Strowman right away but he bobbled it and Titus O’Neill took it away and used it on the mountain of a man (-3 END). Titus followed it up with a Flying Body Press and, true to the fashion of this particular night, somehow got the unlikely pin (pin 1-3, 15%, rolled 1). 1 min 3 secs

Shane-O-Mac came to the ring and presented the World Heavyweight Championship bracket on the big screen. In region 1 it will be AJ Styles v Kevin Owens, perhaps the marquee match of the 2nd round, as well as Titus O’Neill v Sheamus. AJ has to be considered the favorite. The winner of that region will face whoever comes out of region 2, which has Chris Jericho v Erick Rowan and Jack Swagger v Zack Ryder. Jericho looks to be the favorite to advance. Region 3 features another great bout, Dean Ambrose v Bray Wyatt as well as The Miz v Rusev. That may be the deepest region. And finally in region 4 it is Bo Dallas v Neville and Seth Rollins v Cesaro. Seth is the clear favorite.
 
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Match Day 128
Robertson Gym, UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA
Referee = Tim Fuller

Jesse Ventura v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: the Iron Sheik inserted himself into the pre- and post-match proceedings in Ventura’s bout v Sgt. Slaughter on MD 115, then when they faced off on MD 119 the Iron Sheik got the pin but with plenty of assistance from Hansen. Here, Ventura slipped and fell during his entrance (-3 END, -1 heat) and the Iron Sheik opened with a Snap Suplex. After an exchange of blows, Ventura set up for a Superplex, but Hansen gave a little tug and the move was botched. Fuller was KOd, as were both grapplers. Brad Robinson rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count. Double count-out! 2 min 46 secs

Adrian Adonis v Mr. Saito: in the opening minute Adonis caught Saito unawares in a Quick Roll-Up Pin and surprisingly got the 3-count from Robinson (pin 1-4, rolled 4). What is this, the 2016 WWE subdivision? 55 secs

Pedro Morales & Tito Santana v Tully Blanchard & Pat Patterson: the heels got the pin on Santana on MD 110 despite being out-wrestled most of the match. Here, Blanchard was too busy jawing to notice the opening bell. The opportunistic Morales flipped him over and applied his Boston Crab but Tully reached the ropes. The same result occurred when Morales caught him in a Sleeper. After a Ram into the Turnbuckle, Blanchard was tired. Patterson tagged in and executed a Piledriver. Santana tagged in and nailed a Suplex. Patterson performed 6 straight moves, including an Airplane Spin and rolled Santana up for a pin but Santana kicked out. Morales and Blanchard returned and had a Suplex party, with Morales hitting a Release German Suplex, Tully a Stalling Suplex, Morales a Suplex and finally Tully a Gutwrench Suplex. Morales tagged out and after an initial Springboard Leg Drop, Santana was dominated. An Arm Lock/Elbow Drop double-team move loosened him up and a Double Dropkick resulted in the pin at 13 min 48 secs. Then Commissioner Buttons came out and stunned everyone when he announced that the winners, Blanchard and Patterson, would have their next bout against the Rock & Roll Express in a 3 MONTH SUSPENSION MATCH!!! That’s right, the losers will be out of work and likely in an unemployment line near you. In an interview later that night the Commish elaborated on the details, saying it would be a no DQ and no time limit bout.

Andre the Giant v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the 4th bout btwn these 2 legendary behemoths, with Bundy pinning the Giant on MDs 59 and 83 and winning via pre-match count-out, thanks to the Honky Tonk’s Man guitar skills, on MD 71. Andre set the tone here w/ a Kick to Face to open. 3 minutes later a Chop to Head had Bundy reeling. KKB rallied though and after back-to-back Whip into Turnbuckle and Running Clothesline, Andre was tired as well. After 8 ½ minutes the match was even at -3 END. Then Andre took control with a Bear Hug and executed the next 7 moves, earning 5 pin attempts. The 3rd Sitting Splash proved to be decisive one, as is often the case. Andre got the pin at 12 min 55 secs. Post-match, another member of Heenan’s stable, and someone intimately familiar to Andre, John Studd, appeared and joined Bundy in a post-match beating of the victor.

Hulk Hogan v Harley Race: in a great match on MD 120 Race got the pin only to see the decision reversed by the Commissioner, who claimed he had used the ropes as leverage. The aggrieved party opened this one with an Elbow Smash. Hogan then executed 5 straight moves, including a pair of Power Slams. Race pulled out a pair of Brass Knuckles hidden in the ring apron and walloped the Hulkster, but it may have riled him up more than it damaged him. Hogan nailed 5 straight moves again, including an Atomic Drop and another Power Slam that exhausted Race. Hogan covered, Robinson counted to 3, and Hogan’s arm was raised in victory. 6 min 3 secs

US Championship # 1 Contender final: TRIPLE THREAT MATCH: John Cena v Magnum TA v Mad Dog Vachon: Magnum established right away that there could be no tag team loyalties here as he applied a Sleeper and went for Quick Roll-Up Pin on John Cena in the opening minutes. Vachon broke both up. Magnum tired Vachon with a Boston Crab and it was Cena this time who broke it up. MTA and MDV teamed for a Double Russian Leg Sweep on Cena. Cena hit a Running Leaping Shoulder Block on Vachon, earning jeers from the smarks in the crowd. Vachon executed a Superplex on Magnum. Then Cena and Magnum teamed up for a Double Hip Toss. Magnum hit a Stalling Suplex on Cena. After 11 minutes ENDs were MDV -6, Cena -2 and MTA 0. In the 12th minute Magnum performed a Belly-to-Belly Suplex on Vachon, who smartly rolled out of the ring to avoid a pin attempt. The Face that Runs the Place then took out some frustration on his tag team partner, nailing in succession a Sitout Hip Toss, a pair of Five Knuckle Shuffles and an Attitude Adjustment. MTA rolled out in obvious pain and exhaustion. Cena then whipped MDV to the ropes and flattened him with another Running Leaping Shoulder Block. MTA was unable to break up the pin, the ref counted to 3, possibly a little fast (pin 1-7, rolled 7) and John Cena became the # 1 contender for the United States Championship. Post-match, Cena helped Magnum up, and Magnum raised Cena’s arm in victory and patted him on the back, demonstrating sportsmanship.
 
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Match Day 129
Selland Arena
Fresno, CA
Referee = Tom Foley

Tito Santana v Tully Blanchard: Tully got the pin on Tito’s tag team partner, Pedro Morales, on MD 102, with some interference by Blanchard’s partner, Pat Patterson. The teams met on MDs 110 and 128 with the heels pinning Santana each time. This match was even after 10 minutes w/ neither wrestler having a pin/sub attempt. Blanchard earned the 1st with a Flying Body Press but Santana reached the nearby ropes. Santana then executed 4 straight moves, earning 3 pin attempts, getting the pin after a Suplex. 12 min 55 secs

Greg Valentine v Pat Patterson: the 3 previous matches btwn these 2 resulted in a time-limit draw, a Patterson pin w/ a Fist Full of Tights and a Patterson Boston Crab resulting in a submission. Valentine was the aggressor early in this one, nailing a Neckbreaker and a pair of Vertical Suplexes. Patterson saw Valentine’s moves and raised him with a German Suplex and a pair of his own, his of the Boston Crab variety. Valentine exhausted Patterson by Body Slamming him through a Table outside the ring then hit a Back Elbow Smash after rolling him back in. Foley counted 1-2-3 and the Hammer got a much-needed victory over Patterson. 9 min 12 secs

Wahoo McDaniel v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Wahoo pinned Studd quickly on MD 77 then distracted Studd in his MD 120 bout w/ Andre the Giant by watching ringside. Studd went for the pre-match chair attack here but Verne Gagne interceded and used the chair on Studd (-7 END). After Heenan was caught by Foley passing an object in the 2nd minute and banished from ringside, Big John expressed his displeasure by grabbing a chair and nailing both Wahoo and Foley. DQ! 1 min 52 secs

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Bobo Brazil v Champion Randy Savage: after 5 minutes and a Reverse Chin Lock, Forearm Smash to back and Body Slam on Concrete by Bobo, and a pair of Small Packages (kick outs) and Gutwrench Suplex by Randy, this was one tied at 0 END. In the 7th minute Brazil found Savage’s hidden Staple Gun and used it on the Macho Man, bashing his head and stapling him in the stomach, presumably to cause pain and not because Savage is gluttonous (-8 END!!!). But that only served to irritate the TV champ, who executed the final 9 moves, earning 5 pin/sub attempts, and finally getting the pin after his patented Flying Elbow, perhaps the most devastating finisher in the game. Post-match, Savage was approached by Johnny Valiant and the Macho Man agreed to have Valiant represent him as his manager! 11 min 30 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena (the #1 Contender) v Champion Ric Flair: Cena slipped and fell as he ran down the ramp (-3 END, -1 heat). The action spilled outside the ring right away and Foley was making the count when the Sheik showed up and disabled him. By the time Rudy Charles made it to the ring as the substitute both Cena and Flair were back in, and the Sheik had disappeared into the crowd. Cena had a move here and there, a Gutwrench Suplex and a Throwback, but Flair controlled this one, with 3 Chop Blocks, A Low Blow, a Piledriver and a Figure 4. At the 12 minute mark the action went outside the ring. Cena had Flair set up but the Nature Boy reversed the move and Slammed Cena on the Concrete. Cena Slammed Flair into the Ring Steps. Flair again reversed Cena’s advantage and Slammed him into the Ring Steps. Finally, Flair Slammed Cena through a Table. Flair made a move to get back into the ring but at that point Charles had counted out both Cena and Flair. Double count-out! Flair led in END -1 to -22. 14 min 17 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: Midnight Rockers v Champions The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: Terry Gordy pummeled Marty Jannety at the start, hitting a Running Clothesline, Running Powerslam and a double-team Eye Rake/Slingshot Suplex. The tired Rocker tagged out and Shawn Michaels came in and tired out Gordy, executing 5 straight moves, including a Clothesline and Shoulder Smash. Michael Hayes tagged in and, you guessed it, dominated Michaels, almost getting a pin w/ a Small Package, and hitting a Clothesline, Neckbreaker and Double DDT. Michaels was able to make the tag and hit a Double Shoulder Block w/ Jannety, but Hayes then tagged out, and a recuperated Gordy nailed 3 straight moves, including the finishing Fabulous Freebird Spike Piledriver that resulted in a pin and another successful title defense for the Freebirds. 14 min 19 secs
 
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Official Rankings # 16

Tabulated after the results of MD 129

Determined by a panel of experts, including of course Commissioner Buttons, “Sparky” Buttons, the RWF’s pyrotechnician, Dr. Brenda Buttons, the RWF’s comely medical examiner, and a few anonymous non-Buttons, who we assure you are quite independent and reliable. The rankings, as always, are audited by our friends at Arthur Andersen.

(1) World Heavyweight Champion Nick Bockwinkel (1)
(2) Antonio Inoki (2)
(3) United States Champion Ric Flair (4)
(4) Dusty Rhodes (7)
(5) John Cena (3)
(6) Hulk Hogan (5)
(7) The Crusher (Cool
(Cool Magnum TA (9)
(9) Television Champion Randy Savage (10)
(10) Mad Dog Vachon (NR)

Tag Teams
(1) World Tag Team Champions The Fabulous Freebirds (1)
(2) The British Bulldogs (NR)
(3) John Cena & Magnum TA (3)
(4) World Heavyweight Champion Nick Bockwinkel & Sgt. Slaughter (2)
(5) The Road Warriors (NR)

Note: the number to the right of the wrestler(s) in parentheses refers to the previous ranking with NR meaning Not Ranked
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 2/8
KeyArena
Seattle, WA
Referee = Ryan Tran

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 2: Titus O’Neil v Sheamus: this one ended quickly. Titus applied a Sleeper and tried for a Quick Roll-Up Pin but it was Sheamus’s Small Package that resulted in the pin at 2 min 39 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 2: Jack Swagger v Zack Ryder: Swagger dominated this one, executing 12 of the 14 moves in the match. The highlights were a pair of Falling Powerbombs. After the 2nd Swagger hit his finishing Swagger Bomb and got the pin. 7 min 14 secs

Sasha Banks v Tamina: excellent bout. The superstars exchanged Flying Body Presses early. Tamina applied a Sleeper Hold and performed a Superfly Splash (she is after all Jimmy Snuka’s daughter). Sasha hit her w/ Forehand Chops. After 5:30 this match was tied at 0 END. Tamina then performed the next 9 moves, including a Tamina Snap Suplex, Single Leg Boston Crab, Samoan Drop and Superkick, but couldn’t get Sasha to give up or stay down. The 2 exchanged blows, Sasha again w/ the Forehand Chops and Tamina this time w/ a Piledriver. Emma then came out and distracted the referee, allowing Tamina to spray a Fire Extinguisher in Sasha’s face (-10 END)! She had a towel handy and wiped Sasha’s face before the ref turned around. 2 more Superfly Splashes later and this one was in the books as a victory for Tamina. Tamina then pummeled Banks post-match, before Becky Lynch made the save and chased the heel off. ENDS at the time of the pin were Tamina -6 and Sasha -29. 15 min 3 secs

The Usos v The Club: Jey Uso seemed to have things in hand when he hit in order an Uso Corner Splash, Pop-Up Samoan Drop and Uso Back Kick and Uppercut, but when he went for the pin on Karl Anderson, Tran was distracted by the battle outside the ring between Jimmy Uso and Luke Gallows. By the time the referee turned around, Anderson had reversed the pin attempt. As Tran began his count, Anderson used the ropes for leverage, which Tran did not see. 1-2-3 pin! The Club get the pin at 1 min 52 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 2: Chris Jericho v Erick Rowan w/ leader Bray Wyatt: Rowan earned some big-time heat with his entrance (+2 heat). Jericho had the advantage early, performing a Lionsault, Running Clothesline and Tiger Suplex. But then Bray jumped onto the apron and distracted Tran, allowing Rowan to hit a highly illegal Full Nelson Slam from the ropes (-7 END)! 2 minutes later Rowan used a Nightstick tossed to him by Bray. Clubbing Forearms and a pair of Rowan Spin Kicks were enough to get the pin on the exhausted Jericho. Jericho understandably attacked Rowan w/ the Nightstick post-match. 8 min 58 secs

Jericho was asked backstage about the Wyatt Family. He said they “most assuredly would be added to the list.” When asked what list he was adding them to, Jericho became a little irate, and said “the list that I put names on, IDIOT” and walked away.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Rd 2: AJ Styles v Kevin Owens: this match received all the hype beforehand, and, though maybe it didn’t quite deliver everything fans wanted, man did it get CRAZY! Randy Orton & Adam Rose, upset at all the attention Styles has received, brutally attacked him during his interview (-10 END)! Owens tried to take advantage of a woozy Styles from the get go, but missed a Flying Headbutt (-8 END)! Owens nailed a Pop-Up Powerbomb after whipping Styles to the ropes but couldn’t secure the pin. AJ then executed 9 of the final 11 maneuvers of the match, hitting at the end the following in sequence: Stylin’ DDT, Muta Lock, Phenomenal Forearm and finishing Styles Clash. AJ got the pin at 7 min 54 secs. A post-match examination revealed that Owens would miss 3 weeks with an injury.
 
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Match Day 130
McArthur Court, University of Oregon
Eugene, OR
Referee = Mickey Jay

Pedro Morales v Paul Orndorff w/ manager Bobby Heenan: on MD 28, Morales pinned Orndorff but the Commissioner reversed the decision. Then on MD 30 Morales mistimed a Powerbomb, injuring Mr. Wonderful for 4 months. In this revenge match for Orndorff, Morales dominated, executing a Knee Drop Backbreaker, Boston Crab, Hip Toss and a pair of Cannon Balls, getting the pin after the 2nd at 8 min 19 secs. Post-match, Ken Patera stormed the ring and joined his stablemate in beating Morales.

Sting v Jake Roberts: the Snake had a Leg Drop and an unsuccessful pin attempt early, but otherwise this one was all Sting. With a One-Handed Bulldog, a pair of Diving DDTs, both a Release German and Gutwrench Suplex, and a Scorpion Deathdrop, Sting’s full arsenal was on display. Roberts had clearly had enough and grabbed a Steel Chair from ringside, nailing both his opponent and the referee, drawing the immediate DQ. 9 min 42 secs

Hacksaw Duggan v The Sheik: Hacksaw depleted the Sheik’s fight with a Bear Hug, and got the pin immediately after at 6 min 8 secs.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v The Russians: these guys went at each other in a back and forth bout. Nikita Koloff opened with a Whack w/ Chain and teamed w/ his partner Ivan Koloff for a Double Shoulder Block on Hawk. Ivan and Animal exchanged blows when they entered, Animal w/ a Running Powerslam and Ivan a Backbreaker and Boston Crab. The Road Warriors hit a pair of Doomsday Devices, one on each of the Russians. Nikita turned the tide back in the Russians’ favor with a Blatant Low Blow, Stalling Suplex and Double Shoulder Block and Double Suplex (w/ Ivan) on Animal, exhausting the Road Warrior. Ivan performed a Hip Toss when he tagged in but Animal was able to get to his corner and tag out. Hawk nailed 4 straight moves, including a 3rd Doomsday Device w/ his partner. Jay counted 1-2-3 and the Road Warriors earned another victory. 17 min 53 secs

Verne Gagne v Jerry Lawler: Gagne controlled this one, performing a Flying Body Press, a pair of Head Scissors, a Sleeper Hold, a Gutwrench Suplex and finally finished off the King w/ a Flying Dropkick and pin at 8 min 58 secs.

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: Antonio Inoki v Champion Nick Bockwinkel: Inoki failed in his 2 prior attempts to wrest the title from Bockwinkel. Here, Inoki opened with 6 consecutive moves, including a Cobra Clutch. Bockwinkel responded the only way he knew how, with a Kick to Ribs. 2 more moves by Inoki and the champ was tired, less than 5 mins in. Bockwinkel may have been thinking DQ when responded w/ a pair of Chokes, but the ref wouldn’t take the bait. A Small Package by Inoki earned the 1st pin attempt of the match (kick out). After a Running Clothesline by Bockinkel, Inoki was tired as well, and a follow-up Bridging German Suplex gave the champ his 1st pin attempt (kick out). Bockwinkel then paired a Flying Shoulder Smash w/ his finishing Sleeper, and Inoki was unable to break the hold or reach the ropes and Jay called for the bell. Submission! 11 min 9 secs
 
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Match Day 131
Patrick Gymnasium, University of Vermont
Burlington, VT
Referee = Joey Morella

The Ultimate Warrior v Roddy Piper: an excellent back and forth match. Early on Piper hit Warrior w/ a Running Clothesline and Warrior responded w/ a Vertical Suplex. In the middle of the bout Piper performed 8 straight moves, including a Sleeper and a Slam through the Announcer’s Table, before Warrior countered w/ 5 straight single pointers. Piper then caught Warrior again in a Sleeper, and performed a Suplex of his own, but could get neither the pin nor the submission. The Ultimate Warrior closed well though, following up a Warrior Splash w/ a Leaping Shoulder Block, and getting the pin after a Flying Body Press. 14 min 49 secs

Rick Martel v Rick Rude: Martel got the submission on MD 118 after being DQd in his previous 2 battles w/ Rude. The heel took it to Martel from the outset, with 6 consecutive maneuvers, including a pair of Diving Kneedrops and Figure 4. Rude tried to hit Martel w/ a Fire Extinguisher but Martel blocked it and used it himself. Morella DQd Martel! 4 min 6 secs

Bruno Sammartino v Sgt. Slaughter w/ manager Alfred Hayes: in the 2 prior encounters Slaughter was DQd (MD 118) and pinned Sammartino (MD 125). Here, Bruno hit a Backbreaker early but Slaughter tired out the face by executing 8 of the 1st 9 moves, including a Power Slam. Bruno performed a Suplex. Slaughter responded w/ a Military Knee to Gut. While Slaughter discussed strategy through the ropes w/ Hayes, Sammartino nailed him from behind, then whipped him to the ropes and hit a Lariat. Bruno followed it up w/ a Press Slam on the exhausted veteran. Morella counted 1-2-3, and Sammartino got the victory. 7 min 47 secs

Ricky Steamboat v Bret Hart w/ manager Jimmy Hart: these 2 wrestled a great 15 min bout on MD 94 that resulted in a Steamboat pin of Hart. John Cena watched ringside here and distracted the Hitman (-3 END). This one got wild early on. Hart hit a 2nd Rope Elbow Drop then tried to follow it up w/ one from the Top Rope, which he missed (-8 END). All the fans sitting close enough winced as it happened. The Dragon took advantage, Hitting Hart w/ a Chair and performing Knife Edge Chops and a Body Slam. But Hart battled through the pain, executing a Snap Suplex, DDT and getting the pin on Steamboat after a Bridging German Suplex. Post-match, it was revealed Hart would miss 3 weeks w/ an elbow injury. 6 min 34 secs

The High Flyers v The Sheik & Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: these teams wrestled to a time-limit draw on MD 116. Greg Gagne dominated the Sheik from the get go, hitting him w/a Running Clothesline, wearing him down w/ an Arm Stretcher, and exhausting him w/ Double Flying Dropkicks (w/ help from his partner, Jim Brunzell). The Sheik was able to tag out and Zbyszko came in hot. But this match was decided outside the ring when the Sheik came at Gagne w/ Brass Knuckles. Gagne blocked the assault, took the Nucks and used them on the Sheik. Predictably, Morella only saw the end and immediately disqualified the Flyers. 7 min 36 secs

The Crusher v Dick the Bruiser: we all remember what happened on that dark MD 110 when Dick the Bruiser turned on his boys and Stapled Crusher’s thigh. Crusher has been busy battling for the World Heavyweight Championship but had been looking forward to this one. Crusher was confronted by a trash-talking King Kong Bundy pre-match. Dick the Bruiser performed the opening 5 moves, including an Eye Gouge and Forearm Smash to Chest. By the time of the 5th move, the ring was surrounded and when Otto Wanz, Bruno Sammartino, King Kong Bundy, The Sheik and Larry Zbyszko entered the ring, all hell broke loose, and Morella was forced to call for the bell and disqualify both combatants. 3 min 6 secs
 
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Match Day 132
Field House, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Troy, NY
Referee = Nick Patrick
“It’s His Night!”

Tommy Rich v Lex Luger w/ ally Stan Hansen: a former US Champion, Rich has struggled as of late, losing 5 of his last 6 matches. Luger is still feeling his oats in the RWF, and is 3-2 overall since his arrival in the venerable federation. Rich had his moments here, hitting a Running Clothesline and executing a Stalling Suplex early, and landing an Elbow Smash late, but Luger was in control throughout. Lex performed a pair of Snap Scoop Power Slams, hit a Luger Running Forearm, and applied a pair of Bear Hugs, getting the sub from Wildfire with the 2nd. ENDs at the time of the sub were Luger -2 and Rich -13. 11 min 42 secs

Jimmy Snuka v Buddy Rose: Superfly was firmly entrenched in the Official Rankings # 7 through # 15 (MDs 52-129) but fell out in the last rankings. So he was given what would probably not be unfair to call a squash match here. Of course, it turned out to be anything but as Rose put up a fight that any crying baby would be proud of. Rose earned a pin attempt in the 5th minute w/ a Powerbomb (kick out). After a Rose Suplex and a Snuka Knee Drop the match was tied at -1 END. The action went outside the ring soon after and Snuka exhausted Buddy w/ a Slam into Ring Steps and Head Ram into Ring Post, but when he went for another Slam Rose reversed it and Slammed Snuka on the Concrete. When they returned to the ring Snuka clamped on his Brain Claw but Rose broke the hold. Rose then threw Snuka back outside the ring and landed Bomb’s Away. Snuka made it back into the ring in the nick of time and nailed the celebrating Playboy w/ a Diving Headbutt Drop. A 2nd Brain Claw and Rose threw in the towel, submitting at 13 min 41 secs

The Junkyard Dog v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: JYD was included in the Official Rankings from # 4 through # 14 (MDs 34-117), including of course 2 stints as the World Heavyweight Champion and # 1 ranked wrestler, but after losing 4 of his last 6, he has been out of the last 2 rankings. JYD hit a Snap Suplex early here, but from there it was all Arakawa, who performed a Jumping Judo Kick, Thrust Kick and Flying Headscissors, before getting the pin after bashing JYD w/ a Fan’s Beer Bottle (unseen by notorious heel ref Patrick). 4min 36 secs

The Kangaroos v The Iron Sheik & Honky Tonk Man w/ ally Stan Hansen: on paper, blah, but in reality this match was GREAT! At the end, ENDS were Al Costello -9, Don Kent -14, Iron Sheik -12 and HTM -10. The Iron Sheik hit a Front Suplex and applied his Camel Clutch in the opening minutes. In the 13th minute Hansen inadvertently distracted his own wrestler, the Iron Sheik, allowing the ‘Roos to land the Boomerang. Costello then performed a Back Drop and 3 consecutive Body Scissors, exhausting the Iranian national. After HTM and Kent came in, Kent hit the Elvis impersonator w/ a Dropkick and teamed up for another Boomerang. Things were not looking good for the heels when the Iron Sheik tagged back in, but he executed a Snap Suplex and threw Kent out of the ring, and this is where the tide turned. Hansen tossed his Bullwhip to the Iron Sheik, and he used it (-4 END)! Hansen then hit Kent w/ his Branding Iron (where does he keep all this stuff, his chaps?) and the Iron Sheik applied his trademark Clutch on the downed Aussie. Kent fought back, Slamming his opponent on the Concrete and Hitting him w/ a Chair. Costello tagged in and applied a Mouth Stretch then teamed for a Double Back Drop. The heels responded w/ a pretty double-team move of their own, a Front Suplex followed by a Diving Elbow Smash. The Iron Sheik ended this one when he again applied his Camel Clutch, this time on Costello. Kent couldn’t break it up and Costello was forced to submit. Stan Hansen went 3 for 3 for the night! 26 min 47 secs

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Wahoo McDaniel v Champion Randy Savage w/ manager Johnny Valiant: not sure how long Savage will retain Valiant’s services, especially as the match opened with the manager botching some interference and clocking the TV champ with a Chair (-8 END)! The Macho Man battled back though, landing a Running Elbow Smash, executing a Release German Suplex and getting the submission with the application of the Savage Sleeper. 5 min 41 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: this was a rematch from way back, MD 5, when Dusty pinned Z. Here, Larry was greeted by fans pelting him with stuff, including a Beer Bottle that hit him square in the jaw (-2 END). Early on Dusty hit Z w/ a High Knee & Elbowsmash combo and caught him in a Sleeper, while the New Living Legend applied an Arm Bar, Slammed Dusty on the Concrete and put him in an Abdominal Stretch. Dusty hit a pair of Stalling Suplexes and after 9 min the match was even at -6 END. Zbyszko exhausted the American Dream w/ a Shoulderbreaker, and Rhodes did the same w/ a Powerbomb. But an Elbow Smash followed up with a Blatant Choke, unseen or at least unrecognized by Patrick, allowed Zbyszko to get the pin. 13 min 28 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 2/9
Moda Center
Portland, OR
Referee = Rod Zapata

Emma v Natalya: Natalya dominated this match early on, nailing her finishing Nattie Bomb, performing a Release German Suplex and Canadian Backbreaker, and applying the Bow & Arrow Stretch. But an exhausted Emma battled back w/ a Hit w/ Chair, an Emma-Mite Sandwich (Running Crossbody) and then got the submission w/ an Emma Lock. 7 min 38 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney rd. 2: Neville v Bo Dallas: Bo executed a Snap Suplex but Neville hit a Dragonrana sandwiched between a pair of Imploding 450° Splashes and got the pin. 4 min 37 secs

Sasha Banks was interviewed backstage and asked about her loss the previous evening against Tamina. She admitted it was not the start she was looking for but that she was “still the Boss” and would “use the defeat as motivation to become the Women’s Champion.”

Lucha Dragons v The Ascension: another quick bout as Kalisto followed up a Springboard Cross Body on Viktor w/ a Quick Roll-Up pin for the victory. 2 min 3 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney rd. 2: The Miz w/ Maryse v Rusev w/ Lana: the Miz put on a show here, demonstrating his strength w/ a Flapjack, his technical acumen w/ a Figure 4 Leglock, and his modern-day wrestling repertoire w/ a Half-Nelson Facebuster and finishing Skull-Crushing Finale. He got the pin on the Bulgarian Brute after the Finale at 5 min 36 secs.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney rd. 2: Dean Ambrose v Bray Wyatt w/ allies the Wyatt Family (Harper & Strowman): Bray broke out of an Ambrose Sleeper then rolled up the Lunatic in a Quick Pin Move w/ a Fist Full of Tights and got the pin at 2 min 49 secs.

Roman Reigns was standing on the ramp as the Wyatts made their way from the ring. Stares and glares and smiles on the faces of Reigns and Bray, but no action.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney rd. 2: Cesaro v Seth Rollins: Darren Young (he watched Seth’s 1st rd match ringside) prevented a pre-match Chair assault by Seth and used the chair on him (-7 END)! Cesaro took advantage, performing a Gutwrench Suplex, Cranial Crank and Very European Uppercut in the opening minutes. Rollins managed 2 moves, including a Release German Suplex, before the Swiss Superman went on the offensive again, exhausting the Architect w/ a Double Foot Stomp. Seth tried to battle back, performing 3 consecutive moves, including a Rolling Suicide, but this day belonged to Cesaro, and he got the pin after following up another Cranial Crank w/ another Double Foot Stomp. 8 min 42 secs

Seth Rollins grabbed the mic from the ring announcer and exclaimed: “Darren Young, you will pay dearly for your meddling, young man. You have taken from me the opportunity for which I have worked my entire life. My revenge will be taken in the ring, when I destroy you, not once, not twice…” He threw the mic down and walked away, ending the show.
 
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