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Post subject: Raw 2/15 results  PostPosted: Oct 03, 2016 - 12:39 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 2/15
Honda Center
Anaheim, CA
Referee = Mike Chioda

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Quarterfinals: Jack Swagger v Erick Rowan w/ Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman & Luke Harper): I doubt anyone had this match when they filled out their bracket. Swagger controlled the bout, but couldn’t seem to put Rowan away. He performed a Bridging German Suplex, a Superplex, the Oklahoma Stampede, a Belly-to-Belly Suplex, and Biel Throw, but couldn’t get the pin. Rowan had a few good moves, including a Rowan Spin Kick, Clubbing Forearm and Fallway Slam. A 3rd Oklahoma Stampede finally got Swagger the victory at 14 min 23 secs.

Naomi v Alicia Fox: pre-match, Naomi was making her great “Glow” entrance, when she went down to her knees as part of the routine, and Alica hit her w/ her finishing Watch Yo Face (Scissors Kick). Naomi was knocked out and unable to make it to the ring. Count-out!

The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston) v The Social Outcasts (Heath Slater & Curtis Axel): Kofi hit a Running Clothesline early and Big E performed a Running Splash outside the ring. Slater hit Kofi w/ a Heel Kick then when Big E tagged in Slater impressively nailed a Gutwrench Suplex. Big E executed another Running Splash and all 3 member of the New Day, including Xavier Woods, performed a Running Corner Avalanche on Heath. Axel tagged in and hit Big E w/ a Running Knee Smash and Release German Suplex. Big E tagged out, and Chioda got stunned as Axel made a cover on Kofi. Big E KOd Axel, placed Kofi on top and fought off Slater as the ref came to and made the count. New Day win! 10 min 41 secs

4 of the matches for Fastlane (2/21) were announced: (1) Becky Lynch v Summer Rae, (2) The Lucha Dragons v The Club (Kalista used a fist full of tights to get the pin on 1/25), (3) Nikki Bella battles Charlotte in a premium women’s division match-up, and (4) the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar, makes his 2016 debut against a Mountain of a Man, Braun Strowman. The southern California crowd giggled as the clip of Kalisto pinning Gallows while grabbing a fistful of his ample tights was shown, cheered for the Nikki/Charlotte match, and just about exploded when Lesnar’s bout was announced.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Quarterfinals: Neville v Cesaro: this was a tremendous match that had the crowd chanting “this is awesome” more than once. Neville performed a Dragonrana early to get the crowd into it. Cesaro impressed w/ a Cranial Crank and really got everyone excited when he performed a Running Corner to Corner Uppercut. Cesaro got the 1st pin attempt of the match at the 9 min mark after a Neutralizer (Belly-to-Back Inverted Mat Slam). Neville kicked out and hit 4 straight moves, including a Leg Lariat, another Dragonrana and a Spin Kick. The Man Who Gravity Forgot went for the pin on the exhausted Cesaro but the Swiss Superman kicked out. And then things got really interesting - back-to-back Crossface submission moves for Cesaro, the Red Arrow (Cesaro kicked out at the last second!) and a Piledriver for Neville, a pair of Running Corner to Corner Uppercuts for Cesaro, and a Tiger Suplex and Indian Deathlock for Neville. Finally, Cesaro performed the final 4 moves and got the pin after a Double Foot Stomp at 20 min 7 secs. ENDS at the end were Cesaro -20 and Neville -21.

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Quarterfinals: Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family (Strowman and Harper) v The Miz w/ Maryse: needless to say, Miz’s wife and valet, Maryse, stayed as far away from the ring and the Wyatt family as possible. After 9 minutes, this match was even (each at -4 END), w/ Bray having applied a Sleeper, used a Slapjack, and performed a Drop Suplex and Running Senton and the Miz, never to be outdone, hit an Awesome Clothesline, smashed Bray w/ a Chair, and landed a Discus Punch. A pair of Sister Abigail finishers by Wyatt though allowed him to get the pin and advance to the semifinals. 10 min 45 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Quarterfinals: AJ Styles v Sheamus: AJ made a great entrance and earned + 2 heat. Sheamus threw Styles out of the ring and went for his Brogue Kick but missed and landed awkwardly on the Guard Rail (-5 END). 2 moves later AJ nailed the Styles Clash and got the 3-count. 2 min 9 secs
 
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Post subject: Smackdown 2/16 results  PostPosted: Oct 04, 2016 - 10:18 AM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 2/16
Citizens Business Bank Arena
Ontario, CA
Referee = John Cone

Mark Henry v Chris Jericho: Henry escaped from The Walls of Jericho (Boston Crab) but was pinned in a Quick Roll-Up. 1 min 56 secs

The Golden Truth v The Dudley Boyz: after the Golden Truth performed their Shattered Truth finisher on D-Von, Bubba Ray entered the ring, all 4 wrestlers brawled, chaos ensued, and Cone disqualified both teams. 2 min 36 secs

Charlotte came out and told the crowd to prepare for the coronation of the queen, as she was soon going to claim the Women’s Championship. Nikki Bella, her opponent at Fastlane on 2/21, was “of little consequence, and in fact” was “more a speedbump than an obstacle to me claiming the title.”

Brie Bella v Paige: Rose Mendes grabbed the mic from Paige pre-match to taunt her upcoming opponent Tamina (Smack 2/23). A Top Rope Body Press and 2nd Rope Brie Dropkick were the highlights for the Bella sister in this match dominated by Paige. The Brit nailed a Side Kick, Bell-to-Belly Suplex, Multiple Short-Arm Clotheslines, a Samoan Drop, a Cross-Legged STF and got the pin after a Hair-Pull Toss at 11 min 49 secs. Post-match, Paige threw Salt in Brie’s face.

3 of the remaining 4 matches for Fastlane were announced (4 were announced on Raw last night): (1) The Golden Truth have a rematch against the Dudley Boyz, (2) Roman Reigns will battle Erick Rowan, and (3) the co-main event, along with the World Heavyweight Championship final, will feature John Cena facing off against…drum roll…THE ROCK!

Roman Reigns v Luke Harper w/ Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman & Erick Rowan): Reigns was attacked pre-match on Smackdown 2/2 by Erick Rowan, who delivered a Full Nelson Slam on the ramp, causing Reigns to miss his tournament bout against Bo Dallas. This would be Reigns’s 1st match of his revenge tour against the Wyatts. Alas, less than a minute in Strowman and Rowan blatantly interfered, leaving Cone no choice but to call for the DQ. It won’t be simple for Reigns to get his revenge on the Wyatts. 55 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Semifinals: Jack Swagger v AJ Styles: Swagger aroused himself (not in an inappropriate way, you with the dirty mind, this is professional wrestling!) and the crowd w/ a fiery promo (+1 heat, +2 END). A Quick Roll-Up pin by AJ put an end to that. 1 min 6 secs

World Heavyweight Championship tourney Semifinals: Cesaro v Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family (Strowman and Rowan): The match opened with the wrestlers trading single point moves and holds for 5 minutes before Bray executed a Standing Side Slam and Drop Suplex, tiring Cesaro. Luke Harper appeared and distracted Cone, allowing Bray to use a Roll of Quarters on Cesaro’s head (-10 END). Wyatt then hit the final 10 moves of the match, demonstrating his full repertoire, including Sister Abigail, the Spider Walk & Clothesline, and the Wyatt Stunner. Bray finished off the Swiss Superman w/ a Piledriver at 12 min 37 secs. Post-match, the Wyatts continued their assault on Cesaro, but he was rescued by Roman Reigns, who Speared Harper and cleared the ring of Wyatts, allowing medical personnel to attend to Cesaro.
 
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Post subject: MD 133 results  PostPosted: Oct 04, 2016 - 12:17 PM



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Match Day 133
Veterans Memorial Coliseum
New Haven, CT
Referee = Tommy Gilbert

Tommy Rich v Honky Tonk Man w/ ally Stan Hansen: on MD 111 Tommy Rich turned face when he clocked HTM in the middle of the latter’s bout against Ricky Steamboat. Here, the Honky Tonk Man hit a pair of Diving Fist Drops and a Belly-to-Belly Suplex before tossing Wildfire out of the ring. This was where things got a little crazy. HTM Slammed Rich into the Ring Steps. Then, 3 straight times, Rich appeared to take control, but each time HTM reversed the hold and Slammed Rich into the Ring Steps. Gilbert made the count, HTM made it back into the ring, but Wildfire did not. Count-out! 6 min 30 secs

Wahoo McDaniel v Lex Luger w/ ally Stan Hansen: Luger was eliminated from the US # 1 contender tourney when, in his match w/ Wahoo, he inadvertently bumped the ref. McDaniel opened this one w/ a Release German Suplex and threw Luger over the top rope. Hansen saw his chance and immediately clocked Wahoo w/ a Branding Iron. Luger rolled Wahoo back into the ring and made the cover for the easy pin. 2 min 10 secs

Andre the Giant v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Andre pinned King Kong Bundy on MD 128 but then had to endure a post-match double-team beating by his opponent and Big John Studd. Here, Andre was on the ramp making his entrance when Studd laid him out w/ a Heart Punch and Bundy followed it up w/ a Splash. Andre was done and counted out.

Hulk Hogan v Jerry Lawler: the King executed an Atomic Drop early and threw Hogan out of the ring. Hogan took control outside the ropes, Slamming Lawler through a Table and twice Slamming him on the Concrete. Lawler seemed to grab something from under the apron though, and once back in the ring he pulled out a Hammer and walloped the Hulkster. Two moves later a Boston Crab caused Hogan to surprisingly submit (sub 1-4, rolled 2). At the time of the submission ENDs were Hogan 0 and Lawler -6. 6 min 36 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena v Champion Ric Flair: this would be the 4th match btwn these 2 legendary performers, with the last bout on MD 128 resulting in a double count-out outside the ring. Here, the Nature Boy nailed a Piledriver on Cena during the face’s interview (-3 END, +1 heat). After a Throwback Cena rolled Flair up w/ a Fist Full of Tights (savvy). Flair then hit consecutively a Back Suplex, Knee Drop and German Suplex, tiring the musclebound Cena. Cena performed a Gutwrench Suplex. Flair regained control w/ Flair Chops in the Corner and a Cloverleaf. Then, during a Superplex, Gilbert and both combatants were inadvertently KOd, and replacement ref Dick Wohrle rushed to the ring and made the 10 count. Double count-out! 8 min 2 secs

THREE MONTH SUSPENSION MATCH: The Rock & Roll Express v Tully Blanchard & Pat Patterson: after the heels defeated Pedro Morales and Tito Santana on MD 128, the Commissioner shocked the wrestling world when he declared that their next bout would be a suspension match (unpaid!) against the Express. Blanchard performed Multiple Stomps on Robert Gibson in the early going. The Express responded w/ a Drop Toehold/Elbowdrop Combo. Pat and Tully saw the double-team move with one of their own, a Double DDT. Ole Anderson appeared and threw Salt in Ricky Morton’s eyes. Blanchard took advantage and nailed a Piledriver then went for the pin. Patterson fought off Gibson, Wohrle counted 1-2-3, and Blanchard and Patterson were victorious. The stunned Rock & Roll Express were left speechless. Wrestling fans, have some sympathy if you see a man working at Home Depot sporting tights, wrestling boots and a bad mullet hairstyle; he may be an out-of-work wrestler.
 
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Post subject: MD 134 results  PostPosted: Oct 05, 2016 - 01:38 PM



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Match Day 134
Giants Stadium
East Rutherford, NY
Referee = Jack Pesek

Adrian Adonis v Stan Hansen: the Bad Man from Borger, Texas tried to put an end to this one before it even started, surprising Adonis during this pre-match promo by performing a Piledriver (-3 END). Then in the 1st minute a Hansen Superplex seemed to have him well on the way to an easy victory. But Adonis fought admirably, nailing a Shoulderdrop from the Top Rope and catching Hansen in the Sleeper Hold multiple times! Hansen kept the match even with a Body Slam and Hit w/ Chair. In fact, at the 11:30 mark the match was tied at -11 END. The fourth and final Adonis Sleeper looked to be the end but Hansen reached the ropes, then responded w/ a devastating Brazos Valley Backbreaker. He went for the pin and Pesek made the 3-count. 12 min 41 secs

Jesse Ventura v The Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: a real feud is developing here, w/ the Iron Sheik involving himself in a Ventura match against Sgt. Slaughter on MD 115, then the Iron Sheik getting the pin on Ventura w/ the help of Hansen on MD 119 and a double count-out occurring in the MD 128 rematch. Pre-match here, the Iron Sheik and his tag team partner the Honky Tonk Man jumped Ventura but the Body’s tag team partner Jimmy Snuka jumped in for the save. Commissioner Buttons demonstrated his authority by declaring a tag team match would soon take place. During the match proper, the Iron Sheik performed a Body Slam and Belly-to-Belly Suplex early and had Ventura tired, before a Superplex went awry, knocking out everybody, including Pesek. Larry Lisowski rushed to the ring and reached a 10-count. Double count-out!

Magnum TA v Jack Brisco: Magnum dominated this one, with highlights being a Gutwrench Suplex, Fireman’s Carry and Back Body Drop. A Finishing TA Bulldog put this one to bed. 7 min 38 secs

Otto Wanz v Superstar Billy Graham w/ manager Adnan Al Kaissey: a Graham pre-match sneak attack failed (-2 END). Wanz opened w/ a Power Slam and Running Clothesline. After a Body Slam, Massive Forearm to Back and Big Otto Splash, you would think it couldn’t get any worse for Superstar. You would be wrong. Superstar took a Chair to the knee and moved awkwardly the rest of the way. A Big Otto Corner Splash resulted in a pin and victory for Wanz at 8 min 21 secs. Medical personnel assisted Superstar and it was announced by the comely Dr. Brenda Buttons after a long and very private examination that Graham’s knee would need 6 weeks to recover.

The Ultimate Warrior v Mad Dog Vachon: these 2 met on MD 125 where MDV had placed steel inside the turnbuckle and used in to his advantage. Warrior was eventually DQd holding the bag, i.e., after blocking the use of the steel by Vachon, who had taken it out of the turnbuckle. An early Turnbuckle Ram here by Vachon had the crowd on the edge of its seat, and must have worried Warrior, but it was clear immediately this turnbuckle was not loaded. A Bodylock by the Mad Dog almost resulted in the sub but Warrior broke the hold. Warrior then exhausted MDV by performing 6 straight moves, including a pair of Gorilla Press Drops, Multiple Warriors Clotheslines, a Warrior Atomic Drop and a Leaping Shoulder Block. It was Vachon’s turn to battle back, and he tied the match at -7 END at the 10:30 mark after a Back Drop and DDT. A Suplex exhausted Warrior, and 3 moves later a Boston Crab forced the submission out of him. Big win for Vachon! 12 min 54 secs

WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The British Bulldogs v Champions The Fabulous Freebirds w/ valet Precious: a short but eventful bout with an unsatisfactory conclusion. The Freebirds introduced a new tag team pre-match, Doom. Those guys look good and I wonder if this will come back to bite the Freebirds. Terry Gordy opened the bout w/ a Powerbomb but the Dynamite Kid responded w/ a Small Package and Sleeper. Michael Hayes didn’t like the direction of this match and blatantly interfered, seemingly trying to draw the DQ. Lisowski obliged and disqualified the champs. Commissioner Buttons announced a rematch coming up. 2 min 30 secs
 
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Post subject: MD 135 results  PostPosted: Oct 07, 2016 - 01:41 PM



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Match Day 135
Beacon Theater
New York, NY
Referee = Tom “Rocky” Stone

Junkyard Dog v Gene Kiniski: each wrestler came into this one having lost 4 of his last 5 matches, and the victory each had was against the other. JYD opened w/ a Turnbuckle Ram before Kiniski performed the next 13 moves, including a Rear Chinlock, a Slam through Announcer’s Table, a Back Drop and finally, mercifully, a finishing Backbreaker that resulted in the pin at 7 min 9 secs. Utter dominance for Gene!

Pedro Morales v Ken Patera w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the Olympian joined Paul Orndorff in a post-match beating of Morales on MD 130. Things didn’t start well here for Pedro, who slept and fell during his entrance. He didn’t press charges against the RWF or the Theater, but he did lost 3 END pts and 1 Heat pt. This turned out to be a good match. Patera nailed a Piledriver before Morales rolled him up in a Small Package. Morales performed a Hip Toss, Release German Suplex and a Boston Crab. Patera evened things up with a Swinging Neckbreaker and Sheik Slam. The strongman was beginning to take control when Heenan inadvertently distracted his client, allowing Morales to nail his finishing Cannon Ball and get the 3-count. 7 min 20 secs

Bobo Brazil v King Kong Bundy w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Bundy used a pair of Brass Knuckles on Brazil, but the latter responded well and earned the match’s 1st pin attempt w/ a DDT. From there though this match was all KKB, as he demonstrated his ruthlessness and power w/ a Running Clothesline, Bundy Splash and Atlantic City Avalanche. A 2nd Bundy Splash resulted in the pin at 8 min 37 secs. ENDS at the time of the pin were Bundy 0 and Brazil -19.

Sting v Harley Race: Handsome Harley has struggled as of late, losing 6 of his last 7 matches. He wanted to rectify things here, hitting the 1st 5 moves, including a set of Mounted Punches. Sting performed a Release German Suplex and Race replied w/ an Elbow Smash. A pair of DDTs tired Sting and earned Race pin attempts but Sting kicked out. A Stinger Splash tired Race and a Sleeper Hold put him to bed. Submission at 7 min 39 secs (Sub 1-3, rolled 3).

Verne Gagne v Rick Rude: Gagne has enjoyed a nice run, winning his last 5 matches. Rude tried to put an end to that pre-match, when he came at Verne w/a Slapjack. The wily veteran turned the weapon on Rude though (-5 END). Rude rallied in the match proper, executing a Running Power Slam and Gutwrench Backbreaker early. At the 5:30 mark both wrestlers were at 0 END. Rude then went on a roll, hitting a Diving Kneedrop, Rude DDT, Piledriver and a Rude Awakening, exhausting Gagne. A 2nd Rude Awakening allowed Rick to get the pin. 8 min 59 secs

Magnum TA & John Cena v The Minnesota Wrecking Crew w/ manager Johnny Valiant: the faces came in undefeated in 5 total matches while the Crew entered w/ a respectable record of 9 wins 6 losses and 2 draws. Lars Anderson opened strongly against Cena, performing the 1st 4 moves, including a Backbreaker and Hit w/ Chair. MTA tagged in but was met soon after w/ a Double Hip Toss. Ole Anderson tagged and teamed for a Double Back Body Drop before Valiant was caught by Rocky passing an object and banned from ringside. Cena returned and established some momentum for the fan favorites, executing a Superplex and Throwback. Lars put an end to that when he nailed a Backbreaker and teamed for a Double Running Lariat, tiring the Face that Runs the Place. Magnum returned on a Hot Tag and performed 6 of the next 7 moves, but only the Fireman’s Carry was worth more than a single point. Lars tagged out and Ole came in Hot, performing a pair of Armbars and a Gutwrench Suplex. Moments later Ole clamped MTA in a Bear Hug, Cena couldn’t break it up, and MTA was forced to submit at 16 min 15 secs. At the time of the submission, ENDS were MTA -11, Cena -1, Ole + 5 and Lars + 2.
 
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Post subject: Announcement from the desk of RWF Commissioner Percy Buttons  PostPosted: Oct 07, 2016 - 02:55 PM



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Greetings Retro Wrestling Federation Galaxy,

As you know from your perusal of the New York Times, Yachting Magazine and Pro Wrestling Illustrated, I have been extremely busy conducting RWF business (contracts w/ wrestlers, vendors and arenas, developing protocol for wrestler safety, designing new referee uniforms, you get the gist) while on my private jet between jaunts in Aspen, the French Riviera, and Staten Island. Certainly, I have taken a moment or two for myself, ravishing my young and voluptuous wife, with her permission of course, eating escargot, sans their permission, and spending some alone time with a corrugated cardboard box. But the bulk of my normal business hours, 11am - 4pm with a 2 hour break for lunch, has been spent on wrestling business. And during that time I have come up with the brilliant idea of having a monster show to celebrate Match Day 150, our 150th Match Day coincidentally. But before that, I thought to myself, we must have a build-up. And before that build-up, I thought again, we must have…yes, you see it too, a build-up to the build-up. And before that build-up to a build-up we must have… no, that would be inane.

The build-up to the build-up begins on MD 136 when the High Flyers and the Russians meet again after their MD 125 double count-out, the Ultimate Warrior and Larry Zbyszko go toe-to-toe anew, and Magnum TA gets a non-title bout against your World Heavyweight Champion Nick Bockwinkel, with the stipulation, which I worked very hard on by the way while on my 70-foot yacht taking a much-needed breather in the Adriatic, that if Magnum wins, he will be granted a title opportunity on MD 142.

MDs 137 – 141 feature a plethora of great matches, as impressive as my vocabulary, knowledge of Scotch [tape] and number of phone numbers, known since childhood, that I have forgotten in the cell phone era. Andre the Giant and John Studd and Dick the Bruiser and the Crusher renew their rivalries on MD 137. The Ricks, Martel and Rude, meet anew, the Macho Man defends his Television title against Lex Luger, and Bruno Sammartino and Sgt. Slaughter do battle in a steel cage on MD 138. Ric Flair and John Cena continue their battle for United States supremacy and Doom make their debut on MD 139. Andre the Giant makes another appearance on MD 140, this time against behemoth rival King Kong Bundy, and the [absolutely] Fabulous Freebirds defend their World Tag Team titles again versus the imperialistic British Bulldogs. Finally, the build-up to the build-up culminates on MD 141 when Bret the Hitman Hart returns from injury to face Ricky the Dragon Steamboat and the Iron Sheik and Jesse the Body Ventura attempt to have a match, godamnit, that does not end in a freaking double count-out!

If you will indulge me for a minute here, where in hell do these guys come up with their names? Bruiser, Crusher, Macho Man, they are normal men, just like you or…well, you at least. After spending time with him clutching my waist from behind as we jet-skied past the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, I can assure you, dear reader, that Jonathan Studzinski is one of the most rational, down-to-earth, and garlic-breathed individuals I have ever had the pleasure to encounter.

Well then, the build-up begins on MD 142 when Bockwinkel defends his title, perhaps against Magnum TA, perhaps another. On that day will also begin a tournament to determine the # 1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship! 29 wrestlers will participate in the tournament, with 3 being blessed with a bye into the second round. First round matches will take place on MDs 142-144, second round matches on MDs 145-146, the quarterfinals on MD 147, the semifinals on MD 148, and the final to crown the # 1 contender on MD 149. The # 1 contender will then face the World Heavyweight Champion in the main event on MD 150.

Other matches for the spectacle on MD 150 will be announced as contracts are signed and match-ups determined. Until then, either the flap on that Downey Games shipping box is giving me a come hither look or I am certifiably crazy. Either way, toodaloo.
 
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Post subject: Fastlane 2/21 results  PostPosted: Oct 17, 2016 - 01:52 PM



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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Fastlane 2/21 (Pay-Per-View)
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH
Referee = Chad Patton

Roman Reigns v Erick Rowan w/ Wyatt Family (Braun Strowman & Luke Harper): Reigns looked to avenge the pre-match count-out he sustained on Smackdown 2/2 after a Rowan sneak attack. He wasn’t ready during his interview though, and Rowan came at him w/ a Baseball Bat and used Reign’s body for batting practice (-6 END). Reigns performed 5 of the first 6 moves of the match, including a Turnbuckle Ram, but Rowan dominated the rest of the way, earning 6 pin/sub attempts to only 1 for Reigns. Rowan repeatedly hit Roman w/ Clubbing Forearms. Strowman distracted Patton long enough for Rowan to administer another beating w/ the Bat (-10 END!). By the time Rowan landed his finisher, The Way, it almost seemed as if the Wyatt acolyte was being merciful. Even the crowd had some sympathy for the beating Reigns took. At the time of the pin at 12 min 54 secs, Rowan led in END -3 to -32.

The Golden Truth v The Dudley Boyz: D-Von flirted w/ a woman during his entrance, and it turned out that woman was Goldust’s wife! Goldust was pissed!!! The match itself was a rematch from Smackdown 2/16, when both partners entered the ring and a melee ensued, drawing a double DQ. The infuriated Goldust opened w/ 5 straight maneuvers, including a Spinebuster and a pair of Dropdown Uppercuts. A tired D-Von tagged out and a hot Bubba Ray came in, hitting 5 consecutive moves of his own, including a Bubba Bionic Elbow and teaming for a Dudley Death Drop II. R-Truth tagged in and a minute later blocked Bubba’s use of a Briefcase, used it himself, and was summarily DQd by Patton. Dudleyz got a cheap win. 7 min 12 secs

Becky Lynch v Summer Rae: Summer landed a Reverse Kneeling Facebuster but Becky responded w/ an Electric Chair Drop. A Small Package by the Irish Lass Kicker resulted in a 3-count. 2 min 35 secs

Brock Lesnar w/ manager Paul Heyman v Braun Strowman w/ Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan): Strowman made a great entrance (+2 Heat), scaring the bejesus out of a pair of kids in the front row when he growled in their faces. Brock took him to Suplex City in the 1st minute, and also nailed a Running Powerbomb and applied a Sleeper in the early going. A Closed Fist to the Head cut Braun open. Strowman battled back w/ Mudhole Stomps in Corner and a Canadian Backbreaker. But then Lesnar nailed a Power Slam and finished the Wyatt off w/ an F-5. 8 min 15 secs

The Lucha Dragons v The Club: another rematch, this one of a bout that took place on Raw 1/25, when Kalisto got the pin with a fist full of tights. Here, Karl Anderson placed steel under the turnbuckle in his corner then Luke Gallows rammed Sin Cara’s head into it. Ouch (-15 END)! Anderson then inexplicably grabbed a Steel Chair at ringside and bashed Sin Cara, Kalisto and the referee! DQ! 1 min 25 secs

Nikki Bella v Charlotte w/ manager Ric Flair: this one looked good on paper, and was great in reality. The women stole the show! Nikki performed a Release German Suplex early and followed it up with a Small Package. Minutes later, she nailed a Gutwrench Suplex and Rack Attack back-to-back, tiring Charlotte. The distaff Flair then executed 9 of the next 10 moves, all single pointers except for a bash w/ a Trash Can Lid, handed to her by her father. The match was even at -6 END and Nikki was exhausted when she grabbed the Trash Can Lid and used it, exhausting Charlotte. A Spinebuster and another Rack Attack put Bella ahead, but Charlotte avoided the pins. Charlotte then nailed Natural Selection, but this time it was Nikki who kicked out. Nikki then performed an impressive Handstand Backflip Calf Kick, and got the 3-count on Charlotte for the victory. 13 min 21 secs

John Cena v The Rock: the Rock was too busy jawing w/ the crowd to notice the bell, and Cena clamped on his STF submission hold (Rock reached ropes). The Rock hit a series of moves, including a Spinebuster and People’s Elbow. Each got rammed into the ring steps when the action went outside. At the 5 min mark the bout was tied at -1 END. The Rock earned a DQ pt for using a Steel Chain and hit a Jumping Clothesline. Cena responded w/ a Fisherman’s Suplex, exhausting the Rock. The Leader of the Cenation went for the pin, Patton counted 1-2-3, and Cena was victorious! 9 min 53 secs

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: AJ Styles v Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan): the month-long tournament culminated in this bout to crown the inaugural WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Harper inadvertently distracted Bray in the opening minute, allowing Styles to nail a Spinebreaker. AJ then performed the next 8 moves, tired Wyatt. Rowan had seen enough, entered the ring and DDTd AJ! Patton immediately DQd Wyatt and awarded the championship to Styles. Before AJ could even raise the belt, the Wyatts pounced and administered a brutal beating. WWE medical announced on the after-show that Styles would miss 2 weeks of action. 5 min 25 secs
 
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Raw 2/22
Joe Louis Arena
Detroit, MI
Referee = Charles Robinson

The Golden Truth v The Prime Time Players: this was set up to be a singles encounter between Goldust and Titus O’Neil, but when R-Truth interfered in the 2nd minute Stephanie McMahon made it a tag team bout. The Golden Truth teamed for the 1st 3 moves, Shattered Truth, Double Bionic Elbows and the Golden Age/Truth Leg Drop combo, exhausting Titus. Darren Young tagged in and nailed a Snap Suplex but R-Truth hit 3 impressive moves against him, a Vertical Suplex Stunner, a Gutwrench Suplex and a Corkscrew Scissors Kick. O’Neil and Goldust returned, and Titus came oh so close to getting the submission with a Sleeper Hold but Goldust broke it just in time (sub 1-5, rolled 6). A 2nd Golden Age/Truth Leg Drop finisher resulted in Titus being pinned. 9 min 51 secs

Sasha Banks v Eva Marie: the All Red Everything tried a sneak attack pre-match but Sasha was ready and landed a firm forearm into Eva’s back (-2 END). Sasha tired her opponent early, hitting the 1st 3 moves, including Forehand Chops, before the action went outside the ring. The ladies brawled into the crowd, exciting the hormone-driven teenage boys in the area but also drawing a double count-out from Robinson. 2 min 16 secs

Renee Young was interviewing Sasha when Eva Marie attacked her from behind and the brawl from her earlier was renewed. As the segment ended Renee said, “I guess blondes aren’t the only women stereotyped. These redheads are crazy!”

Dolph Ziggler v Bo Dallas: on 1/25 Dallas performed his finisher on Ziggler on the ramp. Here, the Showoff was joined by Sin Cara and Kalisto during his promo, boosting his confidence for the match (+2 END). In the 3rd minute the action spilled outside, Dallas Slammed Dolph through 2 Tables before Dolph responded w/ a Chair shot. Curtis Axel disabled the referee but the match continued under the auspices of Ryan Tran. Ziggler went wild, exciting the crowd w/ a Gutwrench Suplex, Brainbuster a Hangman’s Neckbreaker and a Zig Zag. The exhausted Dallas succumbed to the pin after a 2nd finishing Zig Zag at 12 min 22 secs.

Lucha Dragons v The Club: Kalisto got the pin w/ a fistful of tights on 1/25 and Karl Anderson got his team disqualified on 2/21 when he attacked everyone w/ a Chair. This one turned out to be excellent, with Kalisto and Luke Gallows taking most of the punishment. The 1st 15 minutes featured a ton of action but ZERO pin/sub attempts. The Dragons hit a Double Superkick on Anderson and Kalisto performed a Handstand Headscissors Takedown. After the action went outside the ring Gallows Slammed Sin Cara on the Concrete and Anderson came over and nailed a Spinning Spinebuster. Back inside, Kalisto returned and teamed up for High & Low Drop Kicks. Kalisto then hit a pair of Running Frankensteiner Facebusters on Anderson. Gallows returned and hit a Blockbuster (Fireman’s Carry Facebuster) and 12th Step (Chokebomb) on the diminutive Kalisto. Gallows exhausted Kalisto and earned the match’s 1st pin attempt with a Gutbuster Drop and earned a 2nd when he followed up w/ Anderson for a Double Superkick, but couldn’t get the 3-count. Tran was hit during a whip to the ropes and the 3d referee of the night, Rod Zapata, took over. Sin Cara nailed a Superplex and teamed up for a Salida del Sol followed by a Swanton Bomb. Anderson broke up the pin attempts then tagged in and performed the match’s final 5 moves, including another Spinning Spinebuster, and got the pin with a Flying Body Press. 22 min 21 secs

The Usos v The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper & Braun Strowman) w/ leader Bray Wyatt: on 1/26 Harper interfered in the Uso’s match by throwing salt in Jey Uso’s eyes. Here, the Usos blocked a Wyatt a pre-match sneak attack (+3 END). Jimmy Uso opened w/ a Superkick then was setting up something else when Harper reversed the hold and landed a Spinning Side Slam. Strowman teamed with his family member for a finishing Body Avalanche/Discus Clothesline. Jey tried to break up the pin attempt but was met by the Mountain of a Man, Zapata counted 1-2-3, and the Wyatt Family earned a quick victory. 1 min 25 secs

Roman Reigns v Erick Rowan w/ leader Bray Wyatt: Rowan performed his finisher on the ramp on Reigns on 2/2, then at Fastlane used a Baseball Bat 2x on him. Needless to say, Reigns was seething as he made his entrance. Unfortunately for him, Braun Strowman was still making his way in the opposite direction and attacked Reigns on the ramp, nailing a big Powerslam (-6 END). Reigns Speared Rowan early. Rowan came back w/ a Fallaway Slam. But Reigns’s anger took over, and he hit a pair of Jumping Clotheslines before a Belly-to-Back Suplex. Zapata made the count, 1-2-3, and Reigns got the pin! 5 min 30 secs
 
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Smackdown 2/23
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Indianapolis, IN
Referee = Mike Chioda

R-Truth v Ryback: excellent opening match that really got the crowd going. Ryback clamped on a Sleeper and nailed a Superplex early. Truth executed a pair of Gutwrench Suplexes. After Ryback hit Shell Shocked at the 8 min mark, the match was tied at -3 END. Ryback earned 2 more pin attempts after a Body Slam and a second Shell Shocked, but Truth refused to stay down (on the Shell Shocked it was pin 1-13, rolled 16). Truth nailed his finisher, What’s Up? (Leaping Reverse STO) and got the 3-count on his first pin/sub attempt of the match at 14 min 15 secs!

Rosa Mendes v Tamina: solid match with a surprising winner. Mendes dominated, hitting a Rosa Shoot Kick, Multiple Shoulder Blocks in Corner and a Knee Bar Submission. Tamina hit a pair of Tamina Snap Suplexes. In the 9th minute Tamina performed a Flying Body Press, covered and got the pin. She was down -10 to -1 END at the time of the pin. 8 min 53 secs

Darren Young v Seth Rollins: in Seth’s eyes Darren needs to learn to mind his own business, having distracted Seth pre-match on 2/2 and having prevented a pre-match chair assault and in fact using the chair on Seth on 2/9. Rollins dominated, hitting 3 of his signature moves, a Turnbuckle Powerbomb, Rolling Suicide and Running Big Boot, as well as using a Slapjack, before finishing an exhausted Young off w/ a Curb Stomp. 4 min 3 secs

The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Big E) v the Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan & Braun Strowman) w/ leader Bray Wyatt: Bray tossed a Trash Can Lid to Rowan in the first minute, but Big E intercepted and used it (-3 END). Less than 3 minutes later Strowman had the Lid but Big E took it away from him and KOd him, allowing Kofi to cover for the easy pin. 4 min 2 secs

Shane McMahon announced that Randy Orton would make his 2016 debut v Rusev on Smackdown next week. The Apex Predator made his entrance and the crowd went nuts. When he climbed to the middle turnbuckle and performed his signature pose, everyone had their phones out snapping pics. #Ortonpose was the # 1 trend of the evening.

Cesaro v Sheamus: Sheamus was inadvertently whipped into Chioda, who immediately called for the bell and DQd him. Sheamus was irate and beat Chioda senseless. 43 secs

Roman Reigns v Luke Harper w/ leader Bray Wyatt: John Cone was the new referee, replacing the woozy Chioda. Harper and Reigns faced off on 2/16 but Harper was DQd when the Wyatt Family intervened. These two put on an excellent battle here. Reigns nailed a Throat Attack and applied a Boston Crab. Harper used his Big Boot 2x and hit a Running Clothesline. Roman’s Belly-to-Back Suplex impressed, as did Harper’s Spinning Side Slam and Catapult Hangman. A Suicide Dive by the Wyatt acolyte exhausted Reigns, but Harper was in the same state when the action returned to the ring. Harper got the first pin attempt of the match after a Piledriver (NOT illegal in THIS WWE, btw). Reigns not only kicked out but nailed a Spear in response and got the 3-count from Cone. Harper was not happy and pummeled Roman post-match. Cesaro rushed to the ring to make the save as the Wyatts scurried away. Stephanie McMahon announced that a tag team had been scheduled between the Wyatt Family and Reigns and Cesaro.
 
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Match Day 136
Tower Theatre
Upper Darby, PA
Referee = Todd Sinclair

Tommy Rich v The Honky Tonk Man w/ ally Stan Hansen: on MD 111 Rich interfered in HTM’s match and on MD 133 Honky Tonk Man got a modicum of revenge w/ a count-out victory over Wildfire after repeatedly bashing him into the ring steps. Here, HTM went after Rich pre-match with a Hammer, but Rich grabbed and turned it on his opponent (-5 END). This one went back and forth, with HTM performing a Honky Tonk Hip Toss and Wildfire an Elbow Smash. Honky Tonk Man nailed a Belly-to-Belly Suplex but Rich responded w/ a Bulldog. HTM was inadvertently whipped into the ref, who immediately called for the bell and DQd him. Understandably, HTM beat Sinclair senseless! 7 min 6 secs

Wahoo McDaniel v The Sheik: Red Shoes Unno took over as referee. A Superplex and Quick Roll-Up pin decided this one in McDaniel’s favor. 1 min 3 secs

Hulk Hogan v Paul Orndorff w/ manager Bobby Heenan: Andre the Giant prevented a pre-match Chair Assault by Orndorff and used the chair on him (-7 END). Mr. Wonderful rallied during the match proper, performing an Atomic Drop and Stalling Suplex in the early going. A Hogan Leg Drop exhausted Orndorff and Hogan also performed an Atomic Drop. Heenan tried to change the momentum when he jumped into the ring and distracted Unno, allowing Orndorff to drop a highly illegal 2nd Rope Piledriver (-7 END). But that only delayed the inevitable, and after a Stalling Suplex Hulk Hogan got the pin. 8 min 8 secs

The Ultimate Warrior v Larry Zbyszko w/ manager Paul Dangerously: these 2 have had 4 encounters so far, with the Warrior winning by DQ but getting injured on MD 104 after the Sheik interfered, Zbyszko using a Hammer and eventually getting the pin on MD 112, Warrior pinning the Sheik on MD 115 despite interference by the New Living Legend, and Zbyszko getting DQd for using a Phone as a foreign object on MD 119. Here, the Warrior made a great entrance, and the crowd was entirely behind him. In the 4th minute Warrior chased Dangerously around the outside of the ring, but the Sheik was waiting and slammed Warrior onto the concrete (-4 END). Warrior recovered and Slammed Zbyszko into the ring steps before Z responded by Slamming Warrior through the Announcer’s Table. The 1st pin attempt came at the 10 min mark after an Abdominal Stretch by Zbyszko and another followed after a Blatant Choke. The exhausted Ultimate Warrior kicked out of both. A Warrior Splash exhausted Z but he kicked out of the pin attempt. Then the Sheik entered the ring, causing a melee that resulted in the disqualification of both wrestlers. Double DQ at 11 min 45 secs.

The High Flyers v The Russians: these teams had a bout on MD 125 that ended in a double count-out. Brunzell took a beating early on here, with the Russians teaming for a Double Suplex before Nikita Koloff nailed a pair of Reverse Atomic Drops. Ivan Koloff tagged in and performed a 2nd Rope Knee Drop that tired Jumping Jim. Brunzell and Ivan tagged out and Nikita had a pin attempt after a Flying Body Press and a sub attempt w/ a Bear Hug on Gagne. Ivan lifted a Shopping Cart on the apron but Gagne took it away from him and smashed Nikita into it before bashing Nikita’s body with it (-8 END). Brunzell tagged back in and earned the Flyers their 1st pin attempt after a Superplex, and followed it up w/ Flying Head Scissors. Ivan responded w/ a Shoulder Smash and 3 consecutive Hip Tosses. After they returned to action Nikita hit Gagne w/ a Chain and Gagne applied the Figure 4 on Nikita. Each rolled the other into a Small Package. Ivan and Jim returned and a pair of 2nd Rope Russian Sickles resulted in a pin on Brunzell. 21 min 35 secs

World Heavyweight Champion Nick Bockwinkel v Magnum TA in a NON-TITLE bout: the champ performed 8 of the 1st 9 moves of the match, including slapping TA w/ the Title Belt and hitting him w/ a Flying Shoulder Smash. The tide of the match changed thanks to Sgt. Slaughter, who tossed Brass Knuckles into the ring. The aim of the normally sharpshooting Slaughter was not true and MTA grabbed and used them himself (-10 END). Bockwinkel rallied though, earning 3 straight pin attempts w/ a Blatant Choke, Kick to Ribs and Piledriver. Magnum refused to wave the white flag and kicked out of each then nailed in order a Running Knee Smash, Belly-to-Belly Suplex and Flying Body Press. The exhausted Bockwinkel was unable to kick out of the pin attempt and MTA got the victory and a title shot on MD 142!
 
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Match Day 137
Jai Alai Fronton
Miami, FL
Referee = Brian Hebner

Ricky Steamboat v Pat Patterson: quick match dominated by Patterson who had 3 pin attempts. What could be more exciting than a Sunset Flip and pin at 3 min 7 secs?

Jesse Ventura & Jimmy Snuka v The Honky Tonk Man & the Iron Sheik w/ ally Stan Hansen: on MD 134, before a singles bout btwn Ventura and the Iron Sheik, the heels attacked Ventura pre-match and the Commissioner scheduled a tag team bout. Highlights here included a Diving Headbutt and Flying Body Splash by Snuka, a double-team Snap Suplex and Diving Elbow Smash by HTM and Iron Sheik, a Missile Dropkick outside the ring by Snuka, and a Gutwrench Suplex followed by a Knee Lift by the Honky Tonk Man. The heels took the momentum when they teamed up for a Double Atomic Drop, and HTM followed it up with another Diving Elbow Smash. The Iron Sheik tagged in and got the pin on Ventura w/ a Quick Roll-Up. 9 min 39 secs

Otto Wanz v Mad Dog Vachon: MDV dominated this one at the beginning, hitting a pair of Bulldogs, applying a Body Lock and landing a Back Drop, exhausting Wanz. The Iron Sheik tried to interfere on Vachon’s behalf but ending up on the wrong end of a Clothesline for his trouble when Wanz ducked. Wanz battled back with 8 consecutive maneuvers, beginning w/ a Running Clothesline and culminating in a Big Otto Splash that exhausted Vachon. MDV then took over for the crucial sequence, executing the final 5 moves, including another Body Lock, a Piledriver and finally a Suplex that resulted in the pin. 11 min 46 secs

Andre the Giant v Big John Studd w/ manager Bobby Heenan: the most recent bout in this feud on MD 133 resulted in a pre-match count-out of Andre after Studd and King Kong Bundy attacked him. The 2 traded blows here for 10 minutes w/ nary a pin/sub attempt. Studd hit a Short-Armed Clothesline. Andre made everyone squeamish with a pair of Butt Smashes in the Corner. Big John landed a Big Boot. Andre responded w/ a Kick to Face and a Powerslam. After 10 mins the match was even at -5 END. Studd exhausted the Giant w/ a Rear Choke. A Closed Fist to Head by Andre exhausted Studd. Andre then followed up a Body Slam w/ Knife Edge Chops. Andre covered, Hebner counted 1-2-3, and Andre was victorious! 12 min 39 secs

Antonio Inoki v Stan Hansen: Hansen pummeled Inoki w/ a Steel Chair until the locker room emptied to stop the beating. Hansen was DQd. 31 secs

The Crusher v Dick the Bruiser: there was palpable excitement for this one in Miami. Bruiser turned heel on MD 110 when he stapled Crusher’s thigh. Then on MD 131 both wrestlers were DQd when 5 others entered the ring and brawled. Pre-match here, Otto Wanz and Bruno Sammartino joined Crusher for his promo, boosting his confidence (+2 END). Crusher bashed Bruiser w/ a Fan’s Beer Bottle then applied the Crusher Claw. After a Spinning Hammerlock less than 3 mins in Dick was already tired. He rallied though, smashing a Branding Iron on Crusher’s back and performing 3 single point moves. Crusher exhausted Bruiser w/ a Bolo Punch and Piledriver. Dick the Bruiser dug deep and performed 4 consecutive moves, if you can call them that! A Head Butt, Closed First to Head that tired Crusher, Rake Eyes w/ Boot Laces and finally a DDT. Bruiser covered and got the 3-count from Hebner (pin 1-4, rolled 3). Something tells me this feud hasn’t ended yet.
 
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Match Day 138
Boutwell Auditorium
Birmingham, AL
Referee = Drake Wuertz

Jimmy Snuka v Roddy Piper w/ bodyguard Bob Orton: a Superplex by Superfly resulted in the pin at 1 min 33 secs.

Sting v Mr. Saito: a good match. Saito earned an early pin attempt w/ a Bridging German Suplex then landed a Blatant Low Blow (-5 END), unseen by Wuertz. Sting executed a One-Handed Bulldog and Saito responded w/ a Side Kick. Both wrestlers were tired when the action went outside the ring, where Saito threw Salt in Sting’s Eyes. Sting Slammed Saito through a Table and Saito hit Sting w/ a Chair. Back inside Sting earned his 1st pin attempt after a Scorpion Deathlock. The exhausted Saito kicked out but he couldn’t kick out of the follow-up Press Slam. Sting got the pin at 10 min 32 secs.

The Road Warriors w/ manager Paul Ellering v. The Original Midnight Express w/ manager Jim Cornette: Hawk got the early pin on Dennis Condrey w/ a Quick Roll-Up. 2 min 5 secs

Rick Martel v Rick Rude: in the 4 prior battles btwn these 2, Martel earned 1 submission victory and lost via DQ on 3 occasions. He wasn’t falling for any chicanery by Rude this time as he absolutely dominated the match. Martel performed a Superplex, Gutwrench Suplex, Hip Toss and Boston Crab, before getting the pin after a Slingshot Splash. At the time of the pin, 10 min 39 secs, Martel led in END +1 to -14.

TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP: Champion Randy Savage v Lex Luger w/ ally Stan Hansen: Blatant Low Blow by Luger to start the match (-5 END). The Macho Man performed a Flying Body Block and Body Slam. Luger came back w/ a Running Clothesline. Luger set up for his finisher but the champion countered, knocking Luger to the mat then racing to the turnbuckle and landing a Flying Elbow. Wuertz counted 1-2-3 and the Macho Man retained his championship! Savage has now had 5 successful title defenses. Post-match, Stan Hansen pummeled Luger, shocking the crowd. Luger turned babyface afterwards! 5 min 38 secs

STEEL CAGE MATCH: Bruno Sammartino v Sgt. Slaughter: their 3 prior matches resulted in a Slaughter DQ, a Slaughter victory via pin, and a Sammartino pin of the military veteran. The crowd would have loved if this match had gone all night. As it was, it lasted 10 min 25 secs with hardly a minute of Bruno not being covered in blood. Slaughter hit a Power Slam in the 1st minute and followed it up by Ramming Sammartino’s Head into the Cage, opening Bruno up. Bruno captured Slaughter in a Bear Hug and Whipped him into the Cage (with no blood resulting). A Back Body Drop, Military Knee to Gut and Stalling Suplex exhausted Bruno. The bloodletting continued when Slaughter threw him into the Cage. A Whip into the Cage produced more Bruno blood. Another Stalling Suplex by Slaughter looked to be the end for Sammartino but he kicked out. Slaughter set up for the Cannon Ball but Sammartino dove at the last minute and jumped up. As the dazed Slaughter got to his feet Bruno applied another Bear Hug. With blood streaming down his face and adrenaline running through him, Sammartino gripped tighter and tighter. Slaughter could not escape and had no choice but to submit. Sammartino was bloody but victorious! At the time of the submission Bruno’s END was -17 and Slaughter’s -4.
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Raw 2/29
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, TN
Referee = Chad Patton

Tommy Dreamer v The Miz w/ valet Maryse: the Miz showed off his full repertoire here, nailing a Snap DDT, Skull-Crushing Finale, Release German Suplex, Running Knee Lift, Half-Nelson Facebuster, and a Piledriver, all in the first 4 minutes of the bout. Dreamer somehow survived, and even kicked out of a 2nd Skull-Crushing Finale. After another Half-Nelson Facebuster, Dreamer got his foot on the ropes before the 3-count, but Patton did NOT see it (In-Match event earlier) and the Miz got the [somewhat tainted] victory. 9 min 48 secs

Zack Ryder v Heath Slater: the One Man Band performed a nice Jumping Neckbreaker early, but otherwise this was all Long Island Iced-Z. A Rough Ryder resulted in the pin at 6 min 11 secs.

Cameron v Natalya: the Queen of Harts controlled this one, applying a Canadian Backbreaker and Bow & Arrow Stretch, and landing a Michinoku Driver II. Natalya got the submission with a Sharpshooter. 6 min 6 secs

The Golden Truth (R-Truth & Goldust) v the Dudley Boyz: there was a double DQ in their 2/16 bout and the Golden Truth were DQd in the 2/21 rematch. Bubba Ray performed the opening 7 moves, including a Bubba Cutter, Bear Hug and w/ his partner the Dudley Devastation. D-Von tagged in and earned a pin attempt w/ a Flying Body Press, broken up by Truth. Truth tagged in hot and hit a Release German Suplex and Truth Leg Drop. Bubba Ray returned but was surprised by another Truth Flying Body Press. Patton counted 1-2-3, and the Golden Truth got the win. 7 min 6 secs

Neville v Bray Wyatt w/ Wyatt Family: the high flying Neville performed a Dragonrana and Tiger Suplex, and earned a pin attempt w/ an Electric Chair Drop and Roll Up. Bray only hit single pt moves but had pin attempts w/ a Small Package and Quick Roll-Up. The match was decided when Erick Rowan jumped onto the apron w/ a Tire Iron, swung, and missed Neville but hit Bray. Wyatt was KOd and Neville covered for the easy pin. 7 min 42 secs

Shane McMahon announced that the vacant Intercontinental Championship would be at stake in a triple threat match involving Neville, The Miz and Zack Ryder. The match will take place on Raw on 3/14. JBL stated that the Miz has to be considered the favorite to take the Intercontinental title. Byron Saxton agreed but warned that neither Neville nor Ryder should be counted out. JBL thanked Byron for stating the obvious.

Dean Ambrose v Alberto del Rio: del Rio got upset pre-match over some comments made by Saxton questioning his fitness (+1 heat, +3 END). Ambrose opened w/ a Running Knee Lift and landed a Thesz Press. Del Rio performed a Gutwrench Suplex and Arm Wringer, cut and tired Ambrose w/ a Closed Fist to Head, and cut him again w/ a foreign object (hammer). A Top Rope Senton exhausted the Lunatic Fringe, and del Rio was able to get the 3-count from Patton. 10 min 29 secs
 
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WWE 2016 Subdivision
Smackdown 3/1
Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA
Referee = Charles Robinson

Stephanie McMahon began the show with the announcement that on Raw next week a triple threat match would occur with the winner getting a title shot against WWE World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles the following night on Smackdown. Partaking in the triple threat match will be Cesaro and the winners of 2 of tonight’s matches-Jack Swagger v Kevin Owens and John Cena v Chris Jericho. The crowd erupted!

Naomi v Alica Fox: a rematch from 2/15 when Alicia performed her finishing Watch Yo Face on the ramp, resulting in a pre-match count-out. Naomi got her revenge her, applying A Bad Place submission (Headscissors Crucifix Choke) then getting the pin w/ an Electric Chair Drop & Roll-Up. 2 min 40 secs

Emma v Brie Bella: short but eventful match. Emma hit her finishing Michinoku Driver II. Brie landed her Brie Running Knee. The Bella sister locked in the YES! Lock, but Becky Lynch stormed the ring, broke the hold and battered Brie (-10 END)! The Aussie clamped on the Emma Lock (Inverted Indian Deathlock) and she got the submission from the exhausted Bella. 2 min 9 secs

Brie Bella vowed revenge on “the nefarious carrot-top” Lynch in her backstage interview w/ Tom Phillips.

The Social Outcasts (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) v The Ascension: 5 straight single point moves by Viktor on Axel to open, followed by a nice run by Bo, including a Bo-Dazzler, DDT and a double-team Rolling Neck Snap and Leg Drop. The tired Viktor tagged out, Konnor came in hot and landed a Corner Avalanche right away then a Flying Body Press. Axel couldn’t break up the pin and Robinson counted to 3. The Ascension win! 6 min 6 secs

Randy Orton v Rusev w/ valet Lana: the Bulgarian Brute spoiled Orton’s 2016 debut by surprising the Apex Predator w/ a Go-Behind Takedown & Roll-Up and getting the early pin (pin 1-4, rolled 1). 2 min 32 secs

Jack Swagger v Kevin Owens: in both this and the following match a winner must be declared so there could be no double DQ, double count-out or draw. In the opening minute Tommy Dreamer interfered, apparently attempting to hit Swagger w/ a Tire Iron. He failed, hitting Owens in the knee instead (-15 END). A Big Boot by Swagger finished the exhausted Canadian and Swagger got the pin at 1 min 40 secs. Shane McMahon revealed on the after-show that Owens had a knee injury and would miss 1 month of action.

John Cena v Chris Jericho: there was palpable excitement in the crowd for this battle between 2 legends. WWE World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles interrupted Cena’s pre-match promo to say he will defeat Cesaro, Swagger, Cena, Jericho or whoever else WWE decides to sacrifice at the altar of AJ. Styles was quite pleased with himself. Honestly, I am not sure how Jericho walked out of the ring at the end of this one, as he took a BEATING! Cena nailed a U Can’t See Me Suplex, a Diving Leg Drop Bulldog and a Release German Suplex in the opening minutes. An already exhausted Jericho endured a Fisherman Suplex and a pair of Throwbacks. Another U Can’t See Me Suplex, a pair of Attitude Adjustments and a 2nd Fisherman Suplex seemed almost cruel. A 3rd and final Attitude Adjustment resulted in the pin and Cenation went home happy. 17 min 7 secs
 
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Match Day 139
Convention Center Arena
Dallas, TX
Referee = Connie Marker

Greg Valentine v Gene Kiniski: Gene kept the action on the mat with a pair of Rear Chinlocks and a couple of Quick Roll-Ups. A finishing Backbreaker exhausted Valentine and allowed Kiniski to get the pin. 8 min 9 secs

Tito Santana v Tully Blanchard: Tully and his tag team partner Pat Patterson have been feuding w/ Santana and his partner Pedro Morales. Tully pinned Pedro on MD 102 after some interference by Patterson, the heels pinned Santana in tag team action on MDs 110 and 128, and Santana got a modicum of revenge w/ a pin on Blanchard in a singles bout on MD 129. A Piledriver by Blanchard in the 2nd minute here resulted in an easy pin at 1 min 22 secs. Based on the result and the reaction of the fans, unless something happens I think this feud is dead.

Junkyard Dog v Mitsu Arakawa w/ ally Stan Hansen: Arakawa got the pin on JYD on MD 132 after hitting him over the head w/ a Fan’s Beer Bottle. Here, the Iron Sheik and Honky Tonk Man jumped JYD pre-match, but Bobo Brazil intervened to prevent any damage. Commissioner Buttons declared a tag team bout at the next available opportunity. Mitsu performed a pretty Flying Headscissors in the opening minute. The ref was stunned as Mitsu made the cover. It was the crowds turn to be stunned when Jesse Ventura appeared and knocked out Arakawa. The Body placed JYD on top as the ref came to and made the easy 1-2-3 count. JYD wins! 1 min 36 secs

Crusher & Otto Wanz v Doom (Ron Simmons & Butch Reed): Simmons inaugural move in the RWF involved a Slapjack, which cut Crusher but was unseen by Marker. Reed’s first action was even better, as he KOd Marker and brought heel referee Bruno Lauer to the ring to continue the match. Wanz got invigorated and nailed 7 straight moves, including a Body Slam. Reed tagged in hot and performed an Eye Gouge on Wanz before the action went outside the ring. Each slammed the other on the Concrete before Reed slammed Wanz through a Table and Hit him w/ Chair. Once the action returned inside the confines of the ring, Simmons tagged in and kept up the punishment, hitting 3 straight moves including a Short-Arm Clothesline, which earned the 1st pin attempt of the match. The exhausted Wanz finally was able to tag out and Crusher demonstrated his strength w/ a Neck Toss Across Ring. Crusher followed it up with his Full Nelson finisher. The exhausted Simmons was unable to break the hold and was forced to submit! 12 min 39 secs

Dusty Rhodes v Jerry Lawler: a new wrestler, Argentina Rocca, appeared ringside to cheer on Dusty Rhodes (+1 END). The American Dream didn’t let Rocca down, as he dominated this short match, performing a Dropkick, Dusty Punches, a High Knee & Elbow Smash, the Bionic Elbow and getting the pin after a Running Bulldog on the exhausted King. 4 min 46 secs

UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP: John Cena v Ric Flair: quick history here-Cena took the belt from Flair, Flair won it back, Cena won a triple threat match to become the # 1 contender, and then 2 straight double count-outs. Cena got early and late pin attempts w/ Flying Body Presses and executed a nice Running Leaping Shoulderblock, but other than that it was all Flair. The champ delivered a Low Blow early, hit a Knee Drop, latched on a Figure 4, nailed consecutive Piledrivers, and finally finished the exhausted Cena off w/ a 2nd Figure 4 and subsequent pin at 11 min 20 secs. Flair retained his title and earned a bye in the World Heavyweight Championship # 1 contender tournament.
 
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